DX News 3 November 2013

| November 1, 2013

Two Japanese stations will be operating from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam early in November. First from 1-9 November look for XV2CNH operated by JA6CNH. Then from 2-8 November XV2NHL will be operated by JA3NHL. QSLs in both cases go via the home calls.

Members of the Uruguay DX Group will be on the air from Easter Island, SA-001, as XR0YY from 1-7 November. A seven-person team will operate from Hanga Roa, running three stations simultaneously on the 1.8 to 50MHz bands using CW, SSB and digital modes. QSL via EB7DX.

Stephane, F5UOW will once again visit Reunion Island, IOTA AF-016, until 21 November. As FR/F5UOW he will mostly work CW on the 10m to 40m bands. From 3 to 17 November he will use the special callsign TO2R. QSL via F5UOW either direct or via the bureau.

The Austral Islands will be activated by K3EL and VE7DS until 6 November. They will use the callsign TX5RV and be active mainly on CW. The IOTA reference is OC-114. QSL Manager is M0URX.

A multinational team will sign 5J0R from the San Andres Archipelago, NA-033, from 1-10 November. San Andres is a separate DXCC entity and is located in the Caribbean near Columbia. QSLs go via EA5RM.

SP5BTB is QRV from Sierra Leone as 9L1BTB until 10 November. He is operating from Freetown on 20m and 15m and QSLs go via the home callsign.

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