OPDX 637 December 1, 2003

The Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster
DX Bulletin No. 637
BID: $OPDX.637
December 1, 2003
Editor Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW
Provided by BARF-80 BBS Cleveland, Ohio

Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, AB5K & the AR TelNet Clusters Network, K1XN & GoList, NC1L, NG3K, W3UR & The Daily DX, KJ4UY, N4AA & QRZ DX, K4ZLE, N4GN, N5FG, N5VL, AA7UC, K8JE, K8BL, K8YSE, 9M2/G3TMA, 9M2TO, CX7BY, DF4SA, DL/VE3ZIK & www.contesting.info, DL1EK/DL7VOA & DX Newsletter, F5CWU & La Gazette du DX, F5NQL & UFT, HS0ZDZ, JI3ERV/NH2C, JI6KVR & JA-IOTA Islands News, LU5FF, LZ2CJ, OH2BH, OH1BN, ON5NT, PY2FUS and VA3RJ & ICPO for the following DX information.

This week's bulletin was sent out earlier than normal to accommodate the late CQWW DX CW Contest announcements. Also, we wanted to provide the readers with a consolidated listing of the CQWW DX CW Contest participants.

According to the AR-Cluster Network for the week of Friday, 21st/November, through Friday, 28th/November there were 246 countries active. Countries available: 3A, 3B8, 3B9, 3D2, 3V, 3W, 3X, 4J, 4L, 4S, 4U1I, 4W, 4X, 5A, 5B, 5H, 5N, 5R, 5U, 5V, 5W, 5X, 5Z, 6W, 6Y, 7Q, 7X, 8P, 8Q, 8R, 9A, 9G, 9H, 9J, 9K, 9L, 9M2, 9M6, 9N, 9Q, 9V, 9X, 9Y, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, AP, BV, BY, C2, C3, C6, CE, CE9, CM, CN, CP, CT, CT3, CU, CX, D2, D4, D6, DL, DU, EA, EA6, EA8, EA9, EI, EK, EL, ER, ES, ET, EU, EX, EY, EZ, F, FH, FJ, FK, FM, FO, FP, FR, FR/e, FY, G, GD, GI, GJ, GM, GU, GW, H4, HA, HB, HB0, HC, HC8, HH, HI, HK, HK0/a, HL, HP, HR, HS, HZ, I, IS, J3, J5, J6, J7, J8, JA, JD/m, JD/o, JT, JW, JY, K, KG4, KH0, KH2, KH5, KH6, KH8, KH9, KL, KP2, KP4, LA, LU, LX, LY, LZ, OA, OD, OE, OH, OK, OM, ON, OX, OY, OZ, P4, PA, PJ2, PJ7, PY, PZ, S2, S5, S9, SM, SP, ST, SU, SV, SV/a, SV5, SV9, T2, T31, T32, T7, T8, T9, TA, TF, TG, TI, TJ, TK, TL, TN, TR, TT, TU, TY, TZ, UA, UA2, UA9, UK, UN, UR, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, VE, VK, VK9C, VK9L, VK9N, VP2E, VP2M, VP2V, VP5, VP8, VP8/h, VP9, VQ9, VR, VU, XE, XU, XW, XZ, YA, YB, YI, YK, YL, YN, YO, YS, YU, YV, Z2, Z3, ZA, ZB, ZC4, ZD7, ZD8, ZD9, ZF, ZK1/s, ZK2, ZL, ZP, ZS

* PLEASE NOTE: The report "could" contain "Pirate/SLIM" operations. As always, you never know - "Work First Worry Later" (WFWL).

Tom, N6BT, will be active as 6Y8A in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op/Single Band (80m)/Low Power entry. Also, Mike, WA6O, will be active as 6Y9A in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op/Single Band (15m)/Low Power entry. QSL both operations to WA4WTG.

Con, DF4SA, informs OPDX (just before going to print) that he will be active from the Algerian's Amateur Radio Association (ARA) club station, 7X2ARA, in the CQWW DX CW Contest as a Single-Op/All Band/ Low Power entry. The QTH is downtown Algiers City. The equipment will be a TS-570, using their existing multi-band vertical (40-10m) and a wire vertical for 80/160 meters (which Con installed on the roof). QSL 7X2ARA (only for this period of November 21-30th) to DF4SA by the bureau or (with sufficient return postage) direct to: Cornelius Paul, Adelberger Weg 3, D-73104 Breech, Germany.

Masaru, JI1ETU, who has been active as 9M2/JI1ETU, will be going QRT at the end of December. He can usually be found on 40 meters CW after 1400z (or later after 2200z). Masaru has also been active on 20/17/15 meters CW. Please send QSL to the JARL Bureau via JI1ETU or send direct to: Masaru Funakubo, 2-10-11 Tsujidou-Motomachi, Fujiwara, Kanagawa, 251-0043 JAPAN.

Ghis, ON5NT, informs OPDX that A61AJ will be active in the CQWW CW Contest, operated by the UN WFP operators Mats/SM7PKK, Robert/S53R, Dane/S57CQ, Mike/PA5M and himself. Eugene/N2AA is also flying in to strengthen the team. Please remember to QSL to the new QSL Managers (since early October 2003) as follows: K2UO (for North, Central, South America, Caribbean, US territoriesin the Pacific) and DJ2MX (rest of the world). In the mean time all logs before October 2003 have now also been transferred to both managers. ADDED NOTES (by Ghis): "Due to our actual workload at the WFP, the IOTA operations from AS-021 and AS-124 are postponed until Feb/March 2004. All of us will still be in Dubai anyway at that time. I will have received the YI/ON5NT (multicolor picture) cards from the printer on my return home on December 20th, and they will be mailed out immediately."

AH2, GUAM (Update)
Members of the Guam Contest Club will be on the air as AH2R during CQWW DX CW Contest (November 29-30th). This time they set a target as the Oceanic leader in a Multi-OP Single-TX category and World Op 5. Also, they are trying to build an Oceanic record in this category. Operators are: Aki/JI3ERV/NH2C, Toshi/JR7OMD/WI3O, Hiro/JH0USD/KH2VO and Sam/JR8VSE/NH2N. QSL via JH7QXJ (direct, see QRZ.com) or JA bureau. Please DO NOT QSL via the KH2 bureau. Sunrise/Sunset: 2040/0750z.

David, BA4RF, will be active as B4RF in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 29-30th) as a Single-Op/Single Band (40m)/High Power entry. QSL via the address on QRZ.com.

Look for Antonio, I0SBA/p, to be active November 29th from Palazzo del Governatorato o Currito di Capranica (DCI reference VT-092, for the Italian Castles Award) and Torrioni e Cinte Murarie Medioevali di Capranica (DCI reference VT-093). Activity will be on 40 and 20 meters SSB only beginning at approximately 0800z. Both references are located in the Region of Lazio, Province of Viterbo (VT) and WW Locator JN62CG. QSL to I0SBA, direct or via bureau.

OPDX was informed by Raul, CX7BY, that the following stations will be active from Zone 13 in the CQWW DX CW Contest. Look for:

        CX5BW - Operator Pedro      - 28 MHz HP - QSL via CBA
        CW4A  - Operator Ari, CX5AO - 21 MHz LP - QSL via EA5KB
        CX7BY - Operator Raul       - 14 MHz HP - QSL via CBA
        CX9AU - Operator Dan        -  7 MHz LP - QSL via KA5TUF
        CX1JJ - Operator Mariana    - AB LP     - QSL via EA5KB

Wayne Mills, N7NG/1, Manager Membership Services Department of the ARRL, announced this past week: "After receipt of the necessary documentation yesterday (courtesy of Bill, W9VA), ZW0S, the St. Peter and St. Paul Rocks operations of April 2001, February 2002, April and September 2003 and a planned visit from November 26th to December 19th, 2003, by PS7KM (See ZW0 below) are approved for DXCC credit."

Also, the recent operation of 3C0V from the Island of Annobon has been approved for DXCC credit.

RARE IOTAs TO BE ACTIVATED. Ian, 9M2/G3TMA, and two other operators are planning a trip to two rare Borneo IOTA destinations in late March/early April 2004. The two islands are:
OC- 165 Pulau Satang Besar (9M8)
OC- 184 Pulau Muara Besar (V8)
Ian has already carried out a survey on Pulau Satang Besar, and the available antenna space on the beach does not look particularly good for some of the more populated amateur areas of the world. However, operation will be on SSB and CW, including WARC bands. Further details of the operation will be available in the early part of 2004.

NA-102. Members of the A.C.R.A Guadeloupe ARS will be active on December 13-14th from the Gosier Islet as TO7ACR. Activity will be on HF/VHF bands CW/SSB, plus 6m. Operators mentioned are: FG5CK, FG5DN, FG5GG, FG5BC, FG5AS, FG5GP, FG5GP, FG1JD and SWL Isaac. Other references are: WAZ-08, DIFO FG016 and LH 0142.

OC-NEW. Johan, PA3EXX, will be active as VK4WWI/9 from Cato Reef in the Coral Sea Islands Territory South Group, December 2-6th. Actiity will be on 80-10 meters CW/SSB. QSL via his home callsign.

Operators Helgert/JY8YB and George/JY9QJ will be active as JY8B in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 29-30th) as a Multi- Single entry. QSL via DL5MBY.

Javi, LU5FF, will participate in the CQWW CW Contest as a Single-Op/Single Band (10m)/Low Power entry. The QSL Manager is EA7JX.

Wally, LZ2CJ, informs OPDX that there has been an unknown operator using the callsign, ZA1MM, making QSOs and giving out as his QSL Manager LZ2UU. Wally states, "THAT THIS IS NOT TRUE! His friend Danny, LZ2UU (LZ0A and VP8/LZ2UU), is NOT a manager for any ZA station. Please spread the word and let the DXers know about this pirate. A lot of QSLs are arriving at Danny's post office box and of course Danny can not send them any QSLs for the illegal QSOs made by ZA1MM pirate."

Ron, PY2FUS, is pleased to inform that PT5A (former ZX5J) will be active during the CQWW CW Contest this weekend on all bands as a Multi-Multi station. He also mentioned that he will be one of the TopBand operators. The PT5A setup this year includes beverages beaming NA, EU and OC. For those interested in seeing some pictures, please take a look at the ZX5J link at:


Vance, N5VL, reports that he has started mailing out the CY9A cards; however, not the RTTY QSOs at the present time and also the Bure cards (which will not be mailed intil later). Vance states that if you just sent a card with no return postage, your card will be in the Bureau cards.

Han, DS2GOO, reports that the logs for the last activity from Soan Island (AS-085) (by members of PDXC Nov. 2003) are now available online at:


NEED A V51AS QSL? Bob, K8BL, informs OPDX that he had a rough time getting QSLs from Frank, V51AS, over the last few years for 3 new band QSOs. Five attempts have not gotten through to him and Bob was ready to give up, but sent a bare QSL to him with a request that Frank E-mail Bob with instructions due to his mail being emptied/stolen. He finally got Bob's bare QSL (Bob guesses it was because there was nothing about it worth stealing). Below are his instructions for a better chance of getting your QSL through to him. Frank, V51AS, states, "In V5, IRC are not accepted. Please send 2 USD and registered mail. Sorry for very bad postworkers..... Send to P.O. Box on QRZ.com."

CQWWCW QSL ROUTES. Zik, DL/VE3ZIK (4N1DX), informs OPDX that the latest QSL info from the CQWW DX CW Contest will be published next Thursday, December 4th at:


Oleg will be active as R1ANC from Novolazarevskay Base (WABA UA-08, IOTA AN-016) for only 6 days between November 27th and December 3rd. Suggested frequencies are:
CW - 3510, 7010, 14010, 21010 and 28010 kHz
SSB - 3610, 7071, 14160, 21260 and 28460 kHz. QSL via ZS1OIN (QRZ.com) or via R3AR.

Members of the Russian Robinson Club (RRC) are planning a unique mountain radio expedition into Africa to the highest apex of African continent - mountain of Kilimanjaro (5985m) in Tanzania. The team plans to climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro and erect the Russian Robinson Club flag. The team will consist of RW3GW, RW3GU, RZ3EM, mountain climber Gennadi Khryukin (g.Lipetsk) and video operator and journalist - Boris Mamlin (g.Novosibirsk). The expedition is planned to take place between December 2-17th. Also, look for them to be active from the United Arab Emirates as A61AR during the evening of December 2nd to 3rd and December 16th to 17th. From Tanzania, they will use the callsign 5H3GW and also 5H3AA (EK6DO), 5H3RK (VK4VB). The climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro will take 8 days, while the descent taking 2 days. QSL via operator's instructions.

It is with sad regret to announce the passing of Bill Pickard, WA5PAE, on the morning November 23rd. Bill, known as "PICK", was a Vice President of INDEXA (as well as Information Session staff member), and a member of the DXAC for the Great Lakes Division. Jay Slough, K4ZLE (member of the Southwest Ohio DX Association), reports, "Pick was in seemingly good health until earlier this summer when he experienced shortness of breath while on vacation. Upon returning home to West Chester, OH, he was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis . In spite of aggressive treatment, the fibrosis developed extremely rapidly and resulted in his death due to asphyxia." OPDX and its readers would like to send out our deepest sympathy to his family and friends. Pick is survived by his wife, Ethel Pickard, two daughters and several granndchildren. Condolences may be sent to Ethel at: 8063 Pepper Pike, West Chester, OH 45069.

Operators Ron/N0AT, William/W0OR, David/W0FLS and Vladimir/ N0STL will be active as TG0AA in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 29-30th) as a Multi-Single entry. QSL via TG9AXF: Edgar Morales, P.O. Box 57, Mixco 01957, Guatemala.

Operators William/TI2WGO, Jorge/CX6VM, Philip/N0KE, William/N0ZA, George/W1XE/0 and David/OK1DTP will be active as TI5N in the CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 29-30th) as a Multi-2 entry. QSL via W3HNK. ADDED NOTE: The TI5KD station has beverages working on 160 on 80 meters.

The TO4E team is now active and should be active as TO4WW for the CQWW DX CW Contest weekend. Floyd Gerald, N5FG, East Coast USA Pilot Station for TO4E/TO4WW, reports that Rafik, F5CQ, has lost E-mail contact with the FR/E team on Europa due to malfunctioning PSK (??) equipment. This means that unless they are able to get the problem fixed, there will be no updates or skeds sent to the pilot stations. This also means they will not be able to upload any logs to the on-line log on the web site. All the antennas are not installed yet, especially for the low bands. However, they think that they will be ready with the antennas before the contest. Flo, F5CWU, Editor of "La Gazette du DX", also provided OPDX with the following update on the latest news from Europa (dated Nov. 27th): "Tonight, I (F5CQ & F5IPW) spoke with Dany F5CW on 20m and I asked him why the team has to QRT so often. He told me that they must QRT due to restriction with the generator, probably due to a lack of gas, even if the propagation is so good. The team will not have the possibility to work around the clock exept during the CQWWDXCW (QRV 24/24).
Here is the schedule of their operation:
from 0400-0730z
from 1000-1030z
from 1300-1330z
from 1515-1945 or 2000z
Tommorow, Friday Novembet 28th, they will finnish to setup the low bands RX antennas. During the CQWW, the TO4E callsogn will be used on the WARC bands." Remember, the TO4E Europa Web page is at:


Larry/KJ4UY and his fiancee Mel will be leaving Orlando on December 2nd for St. Kitts/Nevis. They will be taking a ferry to Nevis on the 3rd and Larry will start operating as V47UY then. The weekend of December 6th, Larry plans to operate in the TARA RTTY Sprint, the PSK31 Death March and/or the ARRL 160 meter Contest. He states, "I will probably do all to give others a new multiplier and just have fun doing it." On the weekend of December 13th, Karl, V44NK, and Larry will be operating the ARRL 10 Meter Contest using the callsign V47UY. As this is Larry's first vacation in 2 years, it is also not all radio. They will be doing some scuba diving and plan on taking a side trip to St. Barts. He will, however, be on the air as much as possible. Please, QSLs for USA stations go to KJ4UY with return postage and for everyone outside the USA, QSL to KJ4UY direct with return postage or via the bureau. All QSLs are answered 100%. He is hoping to give the deserving a new country or new band/mode country. They will leave December 16th.

ZA, ALBANIA (Press Release - QSP from Martti, OH2BH)

News From Tirana On A Rainy Wednesday

November 26, 2003

A memorable second week came to an end when the U.S./ARRL delegation headed by K7WX and K9LA departed Tirana with many fond memories and new friendships they were taking back home. The group accomplished several objectives, among them relations to Telecom authorities and academics at the University as well as student contacts with many soon-to-be amateur radio licensees.

On the radio side, several U.S. callsigns were aired specifically on 75/80M and PSK 31, resulting in the radio side,to many too be thousands of QSOs, such as 4,000 on 75/80M, including 1,000 to the U.S. and reaching even the West Coast over the long-haul greyline. The 160M activities will continue through the efforts of Robin, WA6CDR. The theory exam was conducted today Wednesday with 33 students getting a passing mark on the CEPT 1 level. Now the course will move on to pure amateur radio related subjects under the leadership of Uli, DJ2YA, while John, G3OKA, will head back to the UK after a job well done. Britain's RSGB deserves credit for their support of the first part of the program. The Albanian authorities released the callsign ZA1UT ( University of Tirana ) symbolizing this program. Another wave of lecturers have now arrived representing Finland and Germany for the following week. You will soon find DJ2YA, DL3DXX, DL6LAU, OH0XX, OH2BH, OH2KI, OH2PM, OH2TA, OH2UA as well as K3NA, K6RLE and WA6CDR on the bands.

The Albanian Amateur Radio Association (AARA) will launch a multi-multi effort for CQWW led by their ZA1B, ZA1D, ZA1E, ZA1I, ZA1S, ZA1Z and others assisted by their foreign guests. You will hear the ZA1A team appearing during the contest period. A special event QSL card can be obtained for all callsigns active during this program from:
Project Goodwill Albania 2003
P.O. Box 73
02380 Espoo, Finland
or, via OH2BH

Geoff, ZC4CW, has announced that he has received the contest callsign, ZC4T. So. look for him to be active with the new callsign in the CQWW DX CW Contest, ARRL 10M Contest and the ARRL 160M Contest. QSL is still via G3AB.

Pete, N2LM, will be active as ZF2PD on Grand Cayman Island (NA-016) from December 28th through January 8th. Activity will be 80-6 meters CW/SSB. Requests for QSL cards can be sent to his home callsign, N2LM.

Karl, PS7KM, plans to be active as ZW0S from St. Peter and St. Paul Rocks (SA-014) between November 26th and December 19th. QSL direct to PS7JN: Joaquim das Virgens Neto, Rua Carlos Serrano 1969, 59076-740 Natal RN, Brazil.

       The following stations are expected to be active in the
        CQ World Wide DX CW Contest (November 29-30th, 2003)
      Thanks to Bill, NG3K, for providing OPDX readers the following
consolidated listing of the participants in the 2003 CQWW CW Contest. For
a more detailed listing in HTML format, please visit the Web page at:
               http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/cqc2003.html (By callsign)
               http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/cqcd2003.html (By entity)
               http://www.ng3k.com/Misc/cqcz2003.html (By zone)
 Contest        DXCC       CQZ    Class         QSL
Callsign       Entity                          Route
4D71/N0NM  Phillipines     27
4L8A       Georgia         21     SOSB 20M     OZ1HPS
4M5X       Venezuela       09     SOSB 20M     W4SO
4U1UN      United Nations  05                  4U1UN
4W3CW      Timor Leste     28     SOAB LP      4W3CW
4X6FR      Israel          20     SOAB LP      4X6OM
4Z5KJ      Israel          20     SOSB 80M     4Z5KJ
5U5Z       Niger           35       M/M        G3SXW
5X1X       Uganda          37                  K3JT
6Y6X       Jamaica         08       M/2        KN5H
6Y8A       Jamaica         08     SOSB 80M     WA4WTG
6Y9A       Jamaica         08     SOSB 15M     WA4WTG
6Y0A       Jamaica         08     SOSB 160M    WA4WTG
7S2E       Sweden          14     SOSB 40M     SM2DMU
7X2ARA     Algeria         33     SOAB LP      DF4SA
8P5A       Barbados        08     SOAB LP      NN1N
9A8MM      Croatia         15       M/S        9A8MM
9H3WW      Malta           15       M/2        DJ5CL Buro
9M4JB    Western Malaysia  28       M/?        E21EIC
9Y4ZC     Trinidad Tobago  09       M/2        DL1HCM Buro
AH2R       Guam            27       M/S        JH7QXJ
AP2ARS     Pakistan        21     SOAB LP      JA1PBV
AP2AUM     Pakistan        21                  9A4NA
B4RF       China           24     SOSB 40M     BA4RF
BW3/JD1BKQ Taiwan          24     SOAB LP      JR3PZW
BW4/UA3VCS Taiwan          24     SOSB 15M     UA3VCS
C4W        Cyprus          20     SOAB HP      LOTW
CN2R       Morocco         33     SOAB HP      W7EJ
CO8LY      Cuba            08     SOAB LP      EA7ADH
CO8TW      Cuba            08     SOSB 160M    IZ8CCW
CQ0T       Portual         14     SOAB         CT1ILT
CT8T       Portual         14     SOAB HP      Auto Buro
CT9L       Madeira         33       M/2        DJ6QT
CT9M       Madeira         33     SOAB         CS3MAD
CU2F       Azores          14     SOSB 20M     SM4DHF
CW4A       Uruguay         13     SOSB 15M     EA5KB
CX7BY      Uruguay         13     SOSB 20M     CX7BY Direct
CX9AU      Uruguay         13     SOSB 40M
D4B        Cape Verde      35     SOAB HP      K1BV
D44TD      Cape Verde      35     SOSB 20M     CT1EKF
DL0OV      Germany         14       M/S        DJ2VO
DS0DX      South Korea     25       M/S        HL1XP
E20HHK     Thailand        26     SOAB LP      E21EIC
EA6IB    Balearic Islands  14       M/S        CBA
EA8AX      Canary Island   33       M/2        DL1DX
EA8ZS      Canary Island   33     SOAB HP      EA8ZS
EM0U       Ukraine         16       M/M        UT3UZ
EN1U       Ukraine         16     SOSB 40M     UX1UA
EY8MM      Tajikistan      17     SOSB 80M     K1BV
EX9A       Kyrgystan       17     SOAB HP      Auto Buro
FM/T93Y    Martinique      08     SOAB LP      T93Y
FS5UQ      St Martin       08       M/S        K5KV
FY5FY      French Guiana   09     SOAB QRP     FY5FY
GM5A       Scotland        14       M/M        GM0RLZ
GJ2A       Jersey          14     SOAB HP      GJ3DVC
GZ7V     Shetland Islands  14     SOAB         M0CMK
HC8N       Galapagos       10       M/M        W5UE
HS4BPQ/9   Thailand        26     SOSB 20M     E21EIC
HS0EHF     Thailand        26     SOSB 20M     HS0EHF
HS0GBI     Thailand        26     SOAB LP      HS0GBI
HS0ZDY     Thailand        26     SOSB 15M
HZ1AB      Saudi Arabia    21     SOSB 15M     K8PYD
IH9P       African Italy   33     SOSB 40M     OK1MG
II1H       Italy           15     SOSB         I1HJT
IO4T       Italy           15       M/S        IK4XCL Direct
IR4T       Italy           15     SOSB         IK4IEE
IR9T       Sicily          15                  IT9GSF
IU1A       Italy           15     SOSB 20M     IK1SPR
IU2M       Italy           15     SOSB 40M     Buro
J37KF      Grenada         08                  J37KF Direct
J38AA      Grenada         08     SOAB LP      WA1S
J43J       Greece          20     SOSB 20M     DJ5JH Buro
J7         Dominica        08                  F6AUS
JT1AS      Mongolia        23     SOSB 10M
JT1BE      Mongolia        23     SOSB 10M
JT1BJ      Mongolia        23     SOSB 20M
JT1BV      Mongolia        23     SOAB HP      JT1BV
JT1CD      Mongolia        23     SOSB 40M
JT1CO      Mongolia        23     SOSB 80M
JT1CS      Mongolia        23     SOSB 15M
JT1DA      Mongolia        23     SOSB 15M
JT1JA      Mongolia        23     SOSB 160M    JT1CO
JT2KAA     Mongolia        23     SOAB
JW5E       Svalbard        40       M/?        JW5NM
JY8YB      Jordan          20       M/S        DL5MBY
KH6/KE0UI  Hawaii          31     SOAB LP      KE0UI
KP2/N4EXA  Virgin Islands  08     SOSB 15M     DJ2MX
KP2/OK1TN  Virgin Islands  08                  OK1TN
KP3Z       Puerto Rico     08     SOAB HP      WC4E
KP4AH      Puerto Rico     08     SOSB 10M     KP4AH Direct
LA6FJA/DU1 Philippine      27     SO HP        LA6FJA
LN8W       Norway          14       M/S        LA9VDA
LU2XX      Argentina       13                  LU1XS
LU7DW      Argentina       13       M/S        LU7DW
LX/G3VQO   Luxembourg      14     SOAB LP      G3VQO Buro
LX7I       Luxembourg      14       M/S        LX2AJ Buro
LY1YK      Lithuania       15       M/2        LY1YK
LY7A       Lithuania       15       M/M        LY2ZO
LY7Z       Lithuania       15       M/?        LY2CY
LY9Y       Lithuania       15     SOSB 80M     LY2CY
LZ9W       Bulgaria        20       M/M
MU/DL2OBF  Guernsey        14     SOAB LP      DL2OBF
MW5A       Wales           14     SOAB         G3TXF
NP3D       USA             05     SOSB 80M     W3HNK
NP4Z       Puerto Rico     08       QRP        WC4E
OE2S       Austria         15       M/S
OE4A       Austria         15     SOSB 15M     OE1EMS
OH1F       Finland         15     SOAB         OH1AF
OH2BH      Finland         15     SOSB 80M     OH2BH Buro
OH6K       Finland         15     SOSB 80M     Buro
OH7M       Finland         15       M/S        Buro
OH0Z       Aland           15       M/M        OH5DX
OL1A       Czech Republic  15     SOSB 80M     OK1CW
OL5T       Czech Republic  15       M/M        OK1TNM
OL7R       Czech Republic  15       M/S        OK1XUV
OM7M       Slovakia        15       M/S        OM3PA
OZ0KR      Denmark         14       M/?        DH9KR Buro
OZ0XX      Denmark         14       M/M        Buro
P40E       Aruba           09     SOAB         W3HNK
P40TA      Aruba           09     SOAB HP      WM6A
PJ2T Netherlands Antilles  09       M/2        N9AG
PJ5NA      St Maarten      08     SOAB         K1NA
PT5A       Brazil          11       M/M        VE3HO
PX2W       Brazil          11     SOSB 10M     PY2YU
RL3A       Russia (Europe) 16       M/S        W3HNK
RS0F       Russia (Asia)   19     SOAB HP      W3HNK
RT9W       Russia (Asia)   17       M/S        RT9W
RU1A       Russia (Europe) 16       M/2        RU1AE
RW2F       Kaliningrad     15       M/M        DK4VW
SU9NC      Egypt           34     SOAB LP      OM2SA
SV1RP/SV5  Dodecanese      20     SOSB 20M     SV1RP
SV5RDS     Dodecanese      20     SOSB 40M     SV5RDS Buro
T32WW    Eastern Kiribati  31       M/2        K0MP
T94FC  Bosnia-Herzegovina  15     SOSB 20M
T95A   Bosnia-Herzegovina  15     SOSB 160M    K2PF
TA3/DK3KD  Turkey          20       M/?        DL5JQ
TF3CW      Iceland         40     SOAB HP      LX1NO
TG0AA      Guatemala       07       M/S        TG9AXF
TI5N       Costa Rica      07       M/2        W3HNK
TK9A       Corsica         15     SOAB         S51TA
TM2Y       France          14       M/S        F6BEE
TM7W       France          14                  F8BBL
TO4E       Europa          39       QRP        F5OGL
TO4WW      Europa          39       M/?        F5OGL
TS7N       Tunisia         33       M/2        DL9USA
UV7M       Ukraine         16       M/?        US5MTJ Buro
UR6GWZ     Ukraine         16       M/S        Buro
V26DX      Antigua         08       M/S        KU9C
V26K       Antigua         08       LP         AA3B
V47KP      St Kitts Nevis  08       M/2        K2SB
V63        Micronesia      27                  W5PF
VE2IM      Canada          02
VK1AA/4    Australia       30     SOSB 40M     VK1AA
VK6AA      Australia       29     SOAB         DL8YR
VK9CJ      Cocos Island    29                  JA1KJW
VP5X       Turks & Caicos  08       M/S        OH3RB
VP8/LZ2UU  South Shetland  13     SOAB LP      LZ2UU
VP9/K9CC   Bermuda         05     SOSB 20M
VP9I       Bermuda         05     SOAB LP      KQ1F
VY2ZM      Canada          05     SOAB HP      K1ZM
WP2Z       Virgin Islands  08       M/2        KU9C
WP4F       Puerto Rico     08     SOSB 40M     WP4F
XU7ACZ     Cambodia        26       M/?        OM3TZZ
XV2NA      Vietnam         26     SOAB HP      JE7IDA
XV2PO      Vietnam         26     SOAB         N5PO
YB0ECT     Indonesia       28     SOAB LP      K5ZE
YE0X       Indonesia       28     SOAB HP      Buro
YL8M       Latvia          15     SOAB HP      YL2KL
YT9X Serbia and Montenegro 15     SOSB 20M     YU1ZZ
ZA1A       Albania         15       M/M        OH2BH
ZC4T       UK Sov Bases    20     SOSB 160M    G3AB
ZD8Z       Ascension       36     SOAB         VE3HO
ZS4TX      South Africa    38     SOAB         ZS4TX
ZZ8Z       Brazil          11     SOAB LP      PY8AZT

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