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    ...разные старые отечественные и зарубежные DX-бюллетени и журналы, которым и посвящен этот топик... Будем сканировать, публиковать и вспоминать DX-ов и короткие волны тех, прошлых лет.

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    How's DX?
    Conducted By Ellen White*, W1YL/4

    The Quality of Rareness

    In recent months at both the popular annual W9DXCC shindig (Chicago, in September), and that excellent biennial DX event in the DC area (DXPO,
    Gaithersburg, Maryland, September), the usual question of “rareness” came up for discussion. The perennials surfaced: “How do guys ever get to
    the top of the Honor Roll? How can I ever hope to make the top ten? Why is Burma rare? — When was the last expedition to San Felix”? — ad
    infinitum.


    Obviously, certain countries are rare because of infrequent operation. The “why” they’re rare generally falls within the two categories of
    difficulty of access or political considerations within the country. Countries just developing generally have more to worry about with feeding
    and housing a burgeoning population than affording their populace the relative luxury of Amateur Radio!

    The “want list” of countries still to work by many hasn’t changed too drastically within recent years. In fact, the ARRL Operating Manual agrees
    quite well with KITN’s recent DX Bulletin survey results on the 10 countries needed by the “mostest”: China, Heard Island, The Laccadives,
    Albania, Cambodia, Burma, Yemen, Bouvet, The Andamans and San Felix. Let’s take a brief look at each of these DXCC listings.

    Among our rare contenders are several zero- population entities — “countries” by definition of our DXCC Award criteria. Candidates for
    sure-to-be-popular DXpeditions certainly would include Heard Island (VK0). Heard is in the South Indian Ocean, about 310 miles southeast of
    Kerguelen, with a high point about 6000 feet above sea level. The island, in¬terestingly enough, was discovered by an American navigator in
    1853, and claimed by Australia in 1947. Together with the McDonald Islands, Heard constitutes the Australian Ex¬ternal Territory. Heard
    represents a hostile en¬vironment, severely testing both men and machinery. A bit over 10 years ago, the island saw operation by VK0HM. At the
    time of preparation of this material for QST, plans were underway by two different groups who were racing to put Heard back on the Amateur Radio
    map. Should either or both operations come to fruition, the pileups are likely to be ether-shattering. Continentally, Heard counts for Africa,
    has a land area of about 140 square miles and is in Zone 39.

    Another of our no-resident-population listings (and small wonder!) is Bouvet (3Y), a Norwegian island in the South Atlantic, about 1600 miles
    south-southwest of South Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. Bouvet reaches close to the chill of the Antarctic and has a forbidding climate. The island
    is about 20 square miles, counts for Africa, and is in Zone 38. The last Bouvet operation was about seven years ago, by the phone/cw team of
    3Y1VQ and 3Y1VC.

    The last of our zero-amateur-population countries is the Chilean island of San Felix (CE0X). In the Pacific, about 600 miles off the west
    central coast of Chile (South America, Zone 12), tiny San Felix is all of about 3 square miles of land. The last operation there was by W9IGW in
    the early ’70s.

    Low-resident-population entities still needed by the faithful include the The Laccadives (VU7), a group of about 20 islands and coral reefs in
    the Arabian Sea, off the southwest coast of India. The Laccadives have a population of about 32,000 on a land area of about 11 square miles,
    counting for Asia in Zone 22. The last Laccadive operation, in 1971, was by VU5KV.

    Another moderately populated and needed “exotic” is the Andaman and Nicobar Islands grouping. The Andamans are located in the east part of the
    Bay of Bengal, about 400 miles directly west of the coast of lower Burma. The Andamans themselves form the north group of islands, with about
    3200 square miles and a resident population of over 110,000. This Asian entity, in Zone 26, saw operation by VU9KV in 1971. An operation by
    VU7AN in 1981 still hasn’t cleared the DXCC desk.

    Our high-density rare ones are generally that way by reason of being “private” or what might be called “closed countries,” with permission to
    operate being most unlikely. We’ll start off with Albania (ZA), a country located between Yugoslavia and Greece, on the east coast of the
    Adriatic. As with many of the politically conscious countries, it has not seen any degree of activity since WWII. Albania is in Europe, Zone 15.
    The last valid operation took place around 1970, by ZA2RPS (People’s Republic of Shqiperi). There probably have been more “phony” ZA operations
    over the years than from any other DXCC listing!

    Kampuchea (Cambodia) (XU) is in Southeast Asia, bounded on the north by Thailand and Laos, on the east and southeast by Vietnam, on the
    southwest by the Gulf of Siam, and on the west and northwest by Thailand. Kampuchea houses close to 7,000,000 inhabitants on about 70,000 square
    miles, and is considered Zone 26. The last credited operation took place in the mid-’70s by the unique Don Riebhoff at XU1DX.

    Yemen Democratic Republic (70), formerly known as Southern Yemen, is on the South Arabian Peninsula in Southwest Asia. It is bounded on the
    north by the Yemen Arab Republic, on the east by Oman and on the south by the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden. Yemen occupies about 128,000
    square miles, and has nearly 2 million inhabitants, Asia, Zone 21. Includes the islands of Perim, Socitra and Kamaran.

    Another of our Asian “toughies” is Burma (XZ), bounded on the north by India and China, on the east by China, Laos and Thailand, on the south by
    Thailand and the Andaman Sea, and on the west by the Bay of Bengal. Burma encompasses an area of over a quarter of a million square miles with
    about 28,000,000 occupants; counting for Zone 26. In the mid-’60s, the XZ2TZ operation took place, under somewhat differing DXCC rules (that is,
    there was no requirement to furnish proofs). The unauthorized operation within the past year from the Kawthoolie Province was not creditable.
    Geographically, Burma constitutes the northwest section of the Indochina Peninsula. It gained its independence from Great Britain in 1948.

    China (BY), the most populated country in the world, a country whose width, length, diversity of climate and terrain staggers the mind, holds
    over a billion people in over 2-1/2 million square miles. China sprawls from Asia to Oceania, in Zones 23 and 24. For decades China has
    undergone considerable domestic upheaval, and remained very much, of a “closed” society. However, this past year we’ve seen the first tentative
    signs of emergihg Amateur Radio, with most welcome rf being generated by BY1PK. There is a long road ahead before large numbers of BY calls are
    heard. All of us should remember the positive aspects of polite, well-conducted contacts — not only to keep BY1PK operating, but to encourage
    everincreasing numbers of BYs to enter our Amateur Radio world.

    Since its inception, the ARRL DX Century Club has been the focus for worldwide DX endeavors. It is an ongoing race with the carrot (of course)
    being able to achieve ranking on the DXCC Honor Roll (the top-ten deleted numbers overall). Some feel that achieving such a ranking is “too
    hard,” and that the wait is “too long.” They feel the achievement should be “easier” to attain. But, the size of the Honor Roll listing in QST
    is indicative of the fact that many hams throughout the world have managed, by diligence and skill, to ac¬quire the appropriate credits. In past
    years the achievement has been made by some in as few as seven years. The fact that it may take longer is a result of the various interlocking
    factors of sunspot cycle, lack of expeditions, and world political activity.

    But, back to one of those basic questions: “How can I ever hope to get on the Honor Roll if there hasn’t been activity in the needed countries
    for about 10 years?” Well, I’d have to say the answer to that might well be that it wouldn’t be much of an honor to be on this il¬lustrious roll
    if the challenge itself was met too easily.



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    QST January 1983, p.67 (сохранившаяся частично подписка на журнал QST, репринтное издание в СССР)


    P.S. "ad infinitum" (лат., устойчивое сочетание). Радиолюбителям нового поколения - не путать с музыкальной группой. Пример испльзования этого фразеологизма: "The list can indeed go on ad infinitum" - "Этот список можно продолжать, по сути, до бесконечности". В контексте это обычно
    означает «продолжаться вечно, без ограничений», и это может использоваться для описания бесконечного повторяющегося процесса или набора
    инструкций, которые должны повторяться «навсегда», среди других видов использования. Это может также использоваться способом, подобным латинской фразе «и так далее» (e.t.c.), для обозначения письменных слов или концепции, которая продолжается в течение длительного периода после того, что показано.



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    QST

    На одном из трекеров есть подборка журнала QST (и др.). Качается
    тяжело, но сиды есть (и "зеркало" уже меняется 3-й или четвертый раз,
    дол...ный закон о нелегальном контенте). Вполне читабельно, пример

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    Иностранные источники не копал.
    Jack Daniel, можно точные ссылки, чем пользуетесь вы.

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    Очень много нового узнал. Все-таки надо читать старые журналы.

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    LIDXA ISSUE 12-78, 24 June 1978

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    LIDXA ISSUE 12-78, 24 June 1978, стр.1


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    COCOS KEELING - There's still time to catch VK9YS and VK9YL. If their stamina remains with them, they will be
    transmitting on the following frequencies - working "split" and announcing the listening frequencies :
    CW 3505 7005 14005 21005 28005 KHz
    SSB 3695 7080 14195 21345 28600 also 14300
    European QSLs via F6CYL. All others via K4UTE. The DXpedition is being personally financed by the participants ...
    your support will be appreciated.

    ***

    CRETE - SV1JG says that he is the only active station on the Island . . . and he is very active. Find him between
    14,210 and 14,220 KHz for a couple of hours from 0600 and a- gain from 2030 UTC. He's also near 21,300 KHz from
    1400 UTC. QSL to Box 564, Athens, Greece

    ***

    DESECHEO (pronounced day-say-chay-o) ISLAND - We regret that our previous report was the result of a hoax "News
    Release" by some fatherless prankster in San Juan. The issue was on the press, ready to be printed, when we worked
    KP4AM and learned that the information was incorrect. All we could do at that last moment was a very quick
    pasteup to delete the dates and otherwise nullify the paragraph. Dave followed with a letter in which he wrote;
    "Our group has made no final decision about the date, because we will leave for Desecheo only if and after we have
    a written approval from the ARRL granting country status to that island. ... Our DXpedition will be sponsored ($)
    by the Northern California DX Foundation; they will print and handle the QSL cards and any donation should be sent
    to the NCDXF. ... Hope to work you very soon from Desecheo".

    ***

    IRAQ - Successive chats with Mata, YU1NYP (YI1ZNV), and Selim, OE6EEG (who has been running the YI lists), cleared
    the air on several points. On April 19, 26, 27 and 28, Mata worked somewhat less than 100 US stations on 20 cw and
    a mere handfull on 20 ssb. He said that he tried diligently to work US stations but propagation in our direction
    was minimal during the entire month of April, with the few brief openings favoring W4, 5 and 6. The ssb contacts
    with other US Districts occurred during combined North American and European openings, which made for an
    horrendous QRM problem. Mata is planning to return to YI to participate in both of the CQ WW Contests in October
    and November. There is a 50/50 chance that he may visit the States in July or August. Photocopies of both YI
    licenses, together with a letter from the Iraq Government authorizing the opera¬tions, have been delivered to the
    YU ARC for transmittal to the ARRL's DXCC desk. On 12 May your scribe was fortunate in making a solid contact with
    YI1BGD but since that date the persistent lack of propagation on 14,210 KHz between 2000 and 2200 UTC has
    resulted in a shift of the schedule to 0415 UTC on Saturdays - same frequency. To date the improvement has been
    marginal and all hands are monitoring for optimum schedules. It is reported that YI1BGD has been worked on cw near
    14,030 KHz at 0430 UTC and heard on ssb on 14,205, 14,210 and 14,275 KHz at such times as 0415, 0800, 1000 and
    1700 UTC.

    ***

    MELLISH REEF - 21 August - Hopefully for about a month. At the Dayton Hamvention we met Bob Walsh, WA8MOA, who was looking forward to an invitation to join the group. Eavesdropping on P29JS, we heard Jim confirm the fact that Bob
    would be aboard. An¬other aspirant for the trip is 8Р6АH. Original plans called for a week or less on the reef, wx
    permitting. The new plan is far more ambitious and even with the cooperation of the weather, will surely be
    demanding upon the physical resources of the team.

    ***

    ST. PETER AND PAUL ROCKS - PY1RO is announcing the completion of all plans for a 4-day DXpedition, cw and ssb, 7
    through 10 July, More on this as we get it.




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    LIDXA ISSUE 12-78, 24 June 1978, стр.2


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    ST. BRANDON - July 1st is the target date for 3B7DA. Unfortunately, the Customs Of¬fice on Mauritius held the new
    Atlas transceiver which was contributed by US amateurs (probably for a stiff import duty), so Alex was unable to
    use it on the just-concluded op - eration from 3B9DA, Rodriguez. He will need financial help to bail it out.
    There's been a change in QSL procedure: QSL 3B7DA to the CB address of 3B8DA.

    ***

    SAN FELIX - K1MM, presently at TI2CF, says he has the CE0X license and is awaiting the landing authorization. He
    is aiming for one of the CQ WW Contest dates this Fall.

    ***

    SAUDI/IRAQ NEUTRAL ZONE - The team leaders, while maintaining an optimistic out¬look for early clearances, have
    encountered "complications" that are keeping them on tenderhooks. In recent weeks it has been the car pass which
    has had them waiting with crossed fingers for each mail delivery. As we write this, more problems are being
    reported ... and the desert temperature continues to rise with each passing day. If per¬mission to put 8Z4 on the
    air comes at ail, it will have to come soon! Let's hope !

    ***

    SOUTH GEORGIA - VP8PL, who has been active in the South Orkney's, has moved to the South Georgia’s». Wath for him
    near 14,220 or 14,320 KHz after 0030 UTC.

    ***

    SOUTHERN SUDAN - Hans, ST0RK is away on vacation until August. When he returns, the dipole will be replaced with a
    TH-3 Jr. and his regular operating schedule will be: Daily from 1800 to 2000 UTC on the clearest spot he can find
    between 21,310 and 21,330 KHz or, when propagation permits, near 28,550 KHz. On Sundays he will continue to be on
    14,251 KHz from 1900 UTC. QSL via DL7FT.

    ***

    HOT LINE - XZ4AD is reported as being heard on cw on 21,026 KHz at 1700 UTC and with ssb on 14,250 KHz at 0500
    UTC. Work 'em first … ! …VK9ZM on Willis Island with just a dipole, said to be checking into the Pacific DX Net
    regularly… DXer DU1FH a Silent Key … Reports of an imminent 6O (Somali) operation may be coming from K4YD who is
    travelling in Africa on business and who told us during an eyeball that he has the license in hand. . . . WA4SSU
    advises there will be a brief delay in getting out the VY0CA QSLs due to the addition of special art work on the
    cards. ... The plans for an early Sable Island DXpedition were shelved when the authorities denied permis - sion
    because of ongoing environmental studies. ... We, too, agree with the OH Buro analysis questioning the
    authenticity of OJ0BW, He's on regularly with a big signal and now gives K1HMO as his QSL Manager. We tried to
    telephone K1HMQ but he has an unlisted number. ... The DX net on 21,284 KHz at 1800 UTC offers a variety of
    interesting and often semi-rare DX to anyone checking-in. ... F6BBJ still has his eye on Abu Ail. … K0AX/DU, with
    the big rhombic, has WA4OSU as his new QSL Manager. Former Manager W4FLA has been promoted back to Heathkit's HQ
    in Michigan. ...W4UL says his brief tenure as QSL Manager for 9K2CM is ended. No logs for months ! … ЕI8Н /
    Guernsey says someone likes his call. He has received hundreds of QSL cards for 15 and 20 meter cw contacts that
    the phantom made for him. ... The joker to the west of us is still drawing the naive natives with his
    self-assigned KS4AA. ... TJ2P, on 14,210 KHz most days from 2000 UTC says his XYL Betty has responded to more than
    1000 QSLs this past month. To get yours, enclose an s.a.e. and IRCs to BP 1649, Douala. The signal should be even
    better when the new beam goes up next month. Interest on the part of the local citizenry is prompting George to
    start an amateur radio license class.

    ***

    MAILBAG - The Northern California DX Foundation is in need of sustenance after con¬tributing handsomely to
    innumerable DXpeditions. Your donation of five or more dollars per year will help to fund future DXpeditions.
    Address: POBox 717, Oakland CA 94604.
    ... Send a Get Well Card to FY7YE who has just undergone major surgery. Address: Marius de Lepine, c/o Cochin
    Hospital, 27 Rue de Faubourg, St. Jacques, Paris 75014, France. . . . WB4RRK offers a couple hundred IRCs at 30
    cents each. ... QSLs from JY9EC delayed briefly while he is visiting Stateside. ... Newly elected JARL Directors
    are JA1AN, BK, CA, JA2JW, JA3NCZ, JA4CX and JA9AG.

    73 de W2IYX

    Tnx to KP4AM, OA4PQ/YV5 , K1EM, W1LK, W1ZT, N2DT, WA2FCW, W2LZX, WB2MIY, WA2RPN, W2TE, K2XZ, K3LVO,
    K4IZE, W4UL, K4UТЕ, N5DD, K5ET0, K5GI, K5OVC, К7NN, W8CBA ,WD8IXV, W8KBZ , N9OК, WB9TIY, K0ALL, K0KL.



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    LIDXA ISSUE 15-78, 19 July 1978

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    COMOROES - D68AD can be found daily in the cw portion of one or another of the three high HF bands. Last worked on
    28,030 KHz at 2100 UTC, Robin also comes up on 21,005 and 14,005 KHz between 1600 and 2230 UTC. QSL via G3RWU.

    ***

    FAEROES - GM8NCM and his group will be completing their OY-DXpedition on 20 July. Please review prior issues of
    the LIDXA Bulletin for all the details.

    ***

    ICELAND - TF6M will be QRV on 80 thru 10, ssb and cw, plus OSCAR from the seldom heard TF6 District of Iceland,
    20-23 July. QSL via TF6CW. GM8NCM's group will be on the Island from 22 July to 5 August, ssb and cw, 80 thru 10
    meters plus direct 2-me¬ter long-haul QSOs via meteor scatter. Please see prior issues of this DX Bulletin for
    complete details on both of the foregoing.

    ***

    IRAQ - YI1BGD continues to surprise the experienced DXers by his appearances at various hours near 14,207 KHz. It
    would seem that the station's' operating hours are being increased in direct proportion to the addition of newly
    licensed operators. 1600 and 2200 UTC remain the basic schedules but they’ve been heard and worked at any number
    of other hour s and one European group was heard working them on 14,240 KHz at 2000Z.

    ***

    KUWAIT - 9K2FX, with an outstanding signal, is a nightly occupant of 14,282 KHz at 0200-0300 UTC. QSL via W4KA.

    ***

    MARION ISLAND - Dave, ZS1TD, the unheralded ham in the new crew on Marion Is - land, thus far has shown minimal
    interest in working DX. He is a cw-man at heart and even in that mode is mostly concerned with traffic to and from
    the RSA. Dave, WA4SSU, has offered QSL services and invited him to come up on ssb more frequently to QSO the many
    DXers who still need ZS2MI.

    ***

    MELLISH REEF - All the pieces are going together for a maximum 10-day all-band operation on the Reef beginning
    either 26 or 27 August. Lord Howe Island will be the takeoff point and VK2AGT, who is presently stationed there,
    jumped over to New Guinea to spend his vacation from the middle of June helping P29JS check and pack the
    equipment. On 23 August, team leader VK2BJL, P29JS, WA8MOA and other members of the DXped- ition will sail from
    Lord Howe aboard the 38' 3-masted ketch "Banyandah". They will be bringing two complete stations (a third station
    if at least six operators are aboard). Jim will have his MLA-2500 Dentron linear that performed so well at Cocos
    Keeling, Bob is bringing the top-loaded 160/80 vertical loaned by W9UCW and there will probably be quite a cargo
    of equipment and accessories.

    To give you an idea of the mounting costs of a DXpedition to a remote island, the charter of the Banyandah came to
    $3500. Two Sears 2.7 kw generators totalled $1200. Other essentials, not including the personal travel and
    subsistence expenses of the participants, add another couple of 4-figure numbers. We hope you will think it is
    worth a few dollars to hear and work these dedicated DXers. Your check, made out to the Northern California DX
    Foundation - with "VK2BJL - Mellish" noted on the check’s Memo Line and mailed to W6WX, is tax deductible. The
    support shown for this DXpedition will determine the outcome of further consideration by this group to activate
    more rare VK spots. QSLs for VK9ZR will go to Harry Mead, VK2BJL, PO Box 85, Round Corner, 2158 NSW.

    ***

    MAYOTTE - FH8OM has resumed almost daily schedules that make him available via long-path after 1000 UTC. He is
    working "split”; transmitting just below 14,200 KHz and listening up 5 KHz. QSL via DJ1TC.

    ***

    ST.PETER AND ST.PAUL ROCKS - 21-23 July; maybe a day or two longer if the WX permits and the stamina holds up.
    PY1RO/0 and PY7BXC/0 may be signing PY0RO and




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    LIDXA ISSUE 15-78, 19 July 1978, стр.2


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    PY0PP if their requests for those special callsigns are approved. All operations will be "split" from the
    following frequencies: CW - 3505, 7005, 14,005/025, 21,005/025, and 28,005/025 KHz. SSB - 3795, 7095, 14,195,
    21,245 and 28,550 KHz. Listening frequen - cies will be announced. QRV on 160 meters daily at 0400 UTC, first for
    Europe, Africa and other DX; transmitting on 1803 and listening on 1828 KHz, then working the US - transmitting on
    1828 and listening on 1803 KHz. The DXpedition is being partially funded by the Northern California DX Foundation.
    Additional support will be greatly appreciated. QSL via WIDA, 37 Easy St., Sudbury, Mass. 01776 USA.

    ***

    TAIWAN - BV2B has added a new schedule for Stateside contacts; Wednesdays from 1300 to 1500 UTC near 14,222 KHz.
    QSL to PO Box 101, Tipei 100, Taiwan.

    ***

    TUNISIA - 3V8BZ, running only 50 watts, does quite a job near 21,350 KHz at 1300 UTC. Says he alternates for best
    propagation near 28,550 and occasionally around 14,250 KHz. QSL via DL1HH.

    ***

    EDITORIAL - At least one of the ARRL Division Directors is seeking support for his contention that DXpeditions to
    rare "countries" should be discouraged until after WARC 79. The claim is that during such operations, all the
    "kooks" come out of the woodwork to defile the amateur image with their out of band capers, malicious
    interference, ugly remarks and profanity.

    There is no doubt that the amateur ranks contain a number of irrational individuals, albeit a tiny relative
    percentage, whose antics dismay and disgust us and who, if permitted to continue such revolting practices, might
    well be cited by frequency-hungry participants at WARC 79 as typifying the misuse of the amateur bands. We
    believe, however, that the Division Directors should be seeking a means to ferret-out and remove the cul¬prits
    rather than penalize the amateur body.

    We invite their consideration of tasking the volunteer OOs (Official Observers) to identi¬fy the very familiar
    voices that regularly engage in these episodes and inform them of observations of unlawful practices. The fact
    that they will have been unmasked should prove effective. We further invite their consideration of having QST
    mount an editorial campaign calling upon all amateurs to defend their hobby by communicating by telephone or by
    letter with an unmistakable neighbor who is so abusing his (our) amateur privileges.

    If it is true that the FCC will pursue only irrefutable proof in prosecuting persistent of¬fenders, then let us
    pool the resources within the amateur ranks of those disciplines, including voice prints, that we need to continue
    our role of self-policing. We call upon the League to lead the way. (Editor).

    ***

    MAILBAG - VR4BF, whose booming signal from the Solomons went QRT last month, requests all late QSLs be sent to his
    home: 35 Hayes Walk. Cheam, Surrey SM2 7NQ, England. ... Correction: the QSL Manager for K0AX/DU is WB4OSN whom he
    meets daily at 2100 UTC near 21,265 KHz. ... W8CNR and WA8MOA have shipped a Dentron 160XV transverter to Angelo,
    D4CBS, who promises to be QRV on 160 meters this Fall. Equipment is impossible to obtain in D4-land. If you have
    top-band gear that you think Angelo can use, please contact WA8MOA. ... W9NFC made it No. 100 on 160 when he
    received the QSL for VY0CA’s first night on that band. ... WA4WYN, QSL Manager for OE2SJL/YK, asks your
    indulgence. He is still awaiting the slow mail from YK-land bearing the logs. ... 3D2RM is teaching at the
    University of Michigan. ... 5H3BP, a Member of the Canadian High Commission, is back home in VE6. ... HP0AD/mm2
    who operated 9H1EL until recently, is aboard an oil drilling rig 50 miles southeast of Abidjan off the west
    African coast. ... Scotty Meadows, K5CO (K5CO/5A and TT8SM), asks all who may have had their mail returned from
    his former address to redirect it to 820 Intervale, Garland TX 75043. ... Date change for the NJ QSO Party: 2000
    UTC 29 July to 0700 UTC 30 July and 1300 UTC 30 July to 0200 UTC 31 July. ... WB4MJH worked ZA2UP (in Albania ?),
    sent his QSL via DL1AB and quickly received the ZA2UP QSL.

    Tnx KP4KK, W1CDC, W1IHN, K1MCM, N2AJ, W2BAI, N2DT, WA2FCW, W2HAZ,W2LZX, N2UN, WB4YKI, K5OVC, WB5SCI, WA8MOA,
    WA0TKJ

    73 de W2IYX



    ==
    Скан с бумажн.оригиналов, архив - Jack Daniel. Tnx!



    ==

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    Ну, ничего. Лишний раз Билла, K4CIA, обрадовали, что помним о нем, а по K4ICA сейчас посмотрю, с ходу не припомню, чтоб был знаком.
    Не в тему ветки, нашел старую QSL K4CIA за 60 год

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