Saturday, August 29, 2015

59th ANNUAL SHELBY HAMFEST/ARRL ROANOKE DIVISION CONVENTION (September 5th and 6th, 2015)



The 59th Annual Shelby Hamfest/ARRL Roanoke
Division Convention, sponsored by the Shelby Amateur Radio Club –
W4NYR, will be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 5th and 6th, at
the Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 1751 East Marion Street, Shelby, NC
28152.  Gates open at 7:00 AM on Saturday and Sunday.  The inside
Dealer Buildings will be open 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM on Saturday, and 8:00
AM – 1:00 PM on Sunday.  Talk-In: 146.880 MHz (-), no tone, W4NYR
Repeater.

VE testing will be done on site at 4:00 PM Tuesday through Thursday at
the Fairgrounds and at 2:00 PM on Saturday, September 5th at Cleveland
Community College.  WCARS is providing the VE testing for a cost of
$10.00.  For more information on VE testing, please contact
testing@shelbyhamfest.org .

Forum presentations on Saturday will include: the ARRL Membership Forum
with ARRL President Kay Craigie, N3KN and Dan Henderson N1ND, ARRL
Regulatory Information Manager; "Sounds of Amateur Radio", an
audio/video presentation by Dan Henderson N1ND; updates on the Roanoke
Division and NC Section with Dr. Jim Boehner N2ZZ, Roanoke Division
Director, Bill Morine N2COP, Roanoke Division Vice Director, and Karl
Bowman W4CHX, NC Section Manager; "Panadapters: History, Connection
Technologies, and DX/Contesting Operating" presented by David Shoaf,
KG6IR, Elecraft K3/KX3 International Distributor and Customer Support;
and, "AMSAT" presented by Barry Baines WD4ASW and John Kludt K4SQC.
Additional forum presentations may be confirmed soon.

Please be certain to visit the ARRL Booth and assist us in the
letter-writing campaign for HR-1301 and S-1685, The Amateur Radio
Parity Act of 2015.  All you need to do is provide us your callsign,
and we will generate letters to your U.S. Representative and Senators
for your signature.  The letters will then be hand-delivered by ARRL
Representatives on Capitol Hill.

For further information on the Shelby Hamfest, including forum times,
flea market, vendors, camping, accommodations, tickets, and prizes, see
http://www.shelbyhamfest.org/

We look forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Jim Boehner, N2ZZ, Roanoke Division Director
Bill Morine, N2COP, Roanoke Division Vice Director
Karl Bowman, W4CHX, North Carolina Section Manager

FACEBOOK:
https://www.facebook.com/ShelbyHamfest

FORUMS:
http://shelbyhamfest.org/2015forums.htm

Thursday, August 20, 2015

W4VEC Ham Radio Test session Saturday Aug 22

A W4VEC Ham Radio test session has been schedule for Saturday, Aug 22 @ at Audio Video Technologies, 2198 Dillons Fork Road, Fieldale, VA -  276 673 6189

Thanks for Passing the word.Please reply by email or phone if you plan to test or serve as a VE.  For more info please call or email. 276-340-6709  KC4SUE@hotmail.com








FOR 2015
TEST FEE: $12.00 RE-TEST FEE: $12.00
 
FCC NOW REQUIRES YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER OR FRN
BEFORE ANY PAPERWORK CAN BE FILED WITH THE FCC.
When coming to a test session,, be sure to bring:
Your current license,
A copy of your license,
Any original csce you have,
A copy of any csce PLUS THE ORIGINAL,
Your Social Security Number (SSN),
OR
Your FCC Licensee Number (CORES or FRN),
A PHOTO ID
If you are unlicensed bring:
2 IDs (one with photo)
Your Social Security Number (SSN)



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Friday, July 24, 2015

DX Bulletin 29 ARLD029 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 23, 2015 To all radio amateurs

DX Bulletin 29  ARLD029
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  July 23, 2015
To all radio amateurs

SB DX ARL ARLD029
ARLD029 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
WW1ME, QRZ DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL,
Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web
sites.  Thanks to all.

CROATIA, 9A.  Jozef, OM5AW, will be QRV as 9A/OM5AW from Cres
Island, IOTA EU-136, during the RSGB IOTA contest as a Single Op/All
Band/DXpedition/Low Power/12 HRs entry.  QSL via OM2FY.

QATAR, A7.  A group of operators will be QRV as A43MI from Masirah
Island, IOTA AS-014, during the RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL via A47RS.

BAHRAIN, A9.  Fawaz, A92AA will be QRV from Riffa, IOTA AS-002,
during the RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL direct to home call.  In
addition, Max, KE5JA is QRV as A93JA for the next three years.  QSL
to home call.

CHINA, BY.  Zhishi, BD3QZ will be QRV from Yuetou Island, IOTA
AS-134, during the RSGB IOTA contest as a Single Op/Mixed Mode/Low
Power entry.  QSL to home call.

TAIWAN, BV.  A group of operators will be QRV as BV9A from Penghu
Island, IOTA AS-103, during the RSGB IOTA contest as a Multi Op/High
Power/Mixed Mode entry.  QSL via BV2KI.

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA, E7.  Members of the Radio Club Nikola Tesla are
QRV from Banja Luka with special event callsign E7TESLA until August
10 to commemorate Nikola Tesla's birthday.  QSL direct to E77E.

ESTONIA, ES.  A group of operators will be QRV as ES0U from Muhu
Island, IOTA EU-034, during the RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL via ES2DJ.

JERSEY, GJ.  Members of the Bristol Contest Group will be QRV as
GJ6YB during the RSGB IOTA contest as a Multi Op/Island
DXpedition/Mixed Mode entry.  QSL via G3SWH.

THAILAND, HS.  Operators Tana, E27EK and Capitan, HS7UCQ will be QRV
as E27EK/p from Samet Island, IOTA AS-107, during the RSGB IOTA
contest.  QSL via E27EK.

SAUDI ARABIA, HZ.  Max, KE5JA is also QRV as 7Z1JA.  QSL to home
call.

DENMARK, OZ.  Operator OZ1BII will be QRV as 5P2I/p from Endelave
Island, IOTA EU-172, in the RSGB IOTA contest as a low power entry.
QSL to home call.

BRAZIL, PY.  Members of the Nilo Team will be QRV as ZV1M from
Jurubaiba Island, IOTA SA-029, during the RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL
via bureau.

GREECE, SV.  Theodoros, SV1EJD will be QRV as SV8/SV1EJD from Syros
Island, IOTA EU-067, during the RSGB IOTA contest as a Single Op/SSB
Mode/Low Power/24 HRs entry.  QSL to home call.

DODECANESE, SV5.  Igor, RD1AP is QRV as SV5/RD1AP from Rhodes
Island, IOTA EU-001, until August 6.  Activity is holiday style on
the HF bands.  He plans to be active in the RSGB IOTA contest as a
Single Op/QRP entry.  QSL direct to RD1AP.

UKRAINE, UR.  Operators UT2II, UR7CQ and UT7CR will be QRV as UT2I/p
from Berezan Island, IOTA EU-179, during the RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL
via UT2II.

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, V2.  Tim, VE6SH will be QRV as V29SH from
Antigua Island, IOTA NA-100, from July 28 to August 8.  Activity
will be mainly on 30, 17 and 12 meters using CW, SSB and some RTTY.
QSL direct to home call.

INDONESIA, YB.  Ronald, YC8ROP plans to be QRV from Sangihe Island,
IOTA OC-210, during the RSGB IOTA contest.  He will be active on 10
meters.  QSL via W2FB.

VANUATU, YJ.  Geoff, ZL3GA is QRV as YJ0GA from the Benjor Beach
Club on Efate Island, IOTA OC-035, until July 27.  This includes
being and entry in the RSGB IOTA contest as a Single Op/Single Band
on 20 meters/Mixed Mode entry.  QSL to home call.

NICARAGUA, YN.  Dan, HR2DMR plans to be QRV as H76W from Farallones
de Coseguina, IOTA NA-212, in the RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL via
KD4POJ.

ROMANIA, YO.  Sandro, VE7NY, will be QRV as YP0H from Insula
Fericirii Island, IOTA EU-191, during the RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL
via operator's instructions.

NEW ZEALAND, ZL.  Wes, ZL3TE and John, ZL2DD will be QRV as home
calls/p from Rakino Island, IOTA OC-201, in the RSGB IOTA contest.
QSL to home call.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The RSGB IOTA Contest, NCCC RTTY Sprint,
NCCC Sprint, County Hunters CW Contest and the ARS Flight of the
Bumblebees are on tap for this upcoming weekend.  The Phone Fray and
CWops Mini-CWT CW Test are scheduled for July 29.  Please see July
QST page 81 and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details.

SOURCE: http://www.arrl.org/

Friday, July 17, 2015

DX Bulletin 28 ARLD028 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT July 16, 2015 To all radio amateurs


SB DX ARL ARLD028
ARLD028 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
QRZ DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest
Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites.
Thanks to all.

CROATIA, 9A.  Operators Goran, S52P, Dragan, S55Z and Kugler, S51TP
will be QRV as 9A/home calls from Palagruza Vela, IOTA EU-090, from
July 19 to 31.  Activity will be on the HF bands.  This includes
being active as 9A8ZRS in the upcoming RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL
9A8ZRS via S57L and all others to home calls.

CHINA, BY.  Operators Chen, BA7CK and Wu, BA7IA are QRV from
Yongxing Island, IOTA AS-143, for about 6 weeks while on a business
trip.  Activity is in their spare time on 20 to 6 meters using CW,
SSB and RTTY on IOTA frequencies.  QSL BA7CK via BA4TB and BA7IA to
home call.

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA, E7.  Members of the Nikola Tesla Radio Club are
QRV as E7TESLA until August 10.  Activity is on the HF bands.  QSL
via E77E.

ETHIOPIA, ET.  Andy, UR4LRQ, Yaroslav, UW7LL and Igor, UY5LW are QRV
from club station ET3AA until August 21.  Activity is on the HF
bands.  QSL this operation via US0LW.

ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON, FP.  Ariel, NY4G is QRV as FP/NY4G from
Miquelon Island, IOTA NA-032, until July 22.  Activity is on the HF
bands using mostly CW with some SSB and RTTY.  QSL direct to home
call.

ECUADOR, HC.  Members of the Quito Radio Club will be QRV as special
event station HD084QRC on July 18 and 19 to celebrate their 84th
anniversary.  Activity will be on 160 to 6 meters using CW, SSB and
various digital modes.  QSL via bureau.

REPUBLIC OF KOREA, HL.  Kang, DS4DRE is QRV as DS4DRE/4 from Ui
Island, IOTA AS-060, until July 31.  Activity is on 80 to 10 meters
using CW and SSB.  QSL to home call.

VATICAN, HV.  Sandro, VE7NY is QRV as HV0A until July 19.  Activity
is on the HF bands using CW, SSB and RTTY.  QSL via IK0FVC.

DJIBOUTI, J2.  Jean, F5LCI is QRV as J20JM until September 15.
Activity is with QRP power on the HF bands using CW and JT65.  QSL
to home call.

US VIRGIN ISLANDS, KP2.  Bill, AB3TM is QRV as NP2/AB3TM from St.
Thomas, IOTA NA-106, until July 22.  Activity is holiday style on 40
to 6 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.  He plans to be active in the
North American RTTY QSO Party and the CQ World Wide VHF contest.
QSL to home call.

LITHUANIA, LY.  Special event station LY100DGA is QRV until the end
of July to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the oldest
operational airport S. Darius and S. Girenas.  QSL via LY5O.

SEYCHELLES, S7.  Stan, EI6DX is QRV as S79OWZ from Make Island, IOTA
AF-024, until July 30.  Activity is holiday style on 80 to 10 meters
using CW and SSB.  QSL via RX3RC.  In addition, a group of operators
are QRV as S79HN from Praslin Island, IOTA AF-024, until July 20.
Activity is on 40 to 6 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.  QSL via
JJ2VLY.

DODECANESE, SV5.  Kim, ON4BCV will be QRV as SV5/ON4BCV/p from
Karpathos, IOTA EU-001, from July 21 to 28.  QSL to home call.

CRETE, SV9.  Markus, OE3MCS is QRV as SV9/OE3MCS/p from
Georgioupoli, Crete Island, IOTA EU-015, until July 25.  Activity is
with QRP power on 20, 15 and 10 meters.  QSL to home call.

ASIATIC RUSSIA, UA0.  Vladimir, UA0LCZ is QRV as RI0NZ from Popova
Island, IOTA AS-066, until July 29.  This includes being an entry in
the upcoming RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL to home call.

AUSTRALIA, VK.  Special event station VI5MCP is QRV until July 26 to
celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Morialta Conservation Park.
Activity is on 40 and 20 meters using SSB.  QSL via operator's
instructions.

VANUATU, YJ.  Geoff, ZL3GA will be QRV as YJ0GA from Efate Island,
IOTA OC-035, from July 21 to 27.  Activity will be on 40 to 10
meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.  This includes being an entry in the
upcoming RSGB IOTA contest.  QSL via operator's instructions.

CAYMAN ISLANDS, ZF.  Bill, W5SJ is QRV as ZF2EZ from Grand Cayman
Island, IOTA NA-016, until July 20.  Activity is on the HF bands and
6 meters.  Some activity will be from the Cayman Amateur Radio
Society ZF1A club station and from the QTH of ZF1EJ.  QSL via W5JAY.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The North American RTTY QSO Party, CQ
Worldwide VHF Contest, QRP CW Fox Hunt, NCCC RTTY Sprint, NCCC
Sprint, Trans-Tasman Low-Bands Challenge, DMC RTTY Contest, Feld
Hell Sprint and the RSGB Low Power CW Contest are all on tap for
this upcoming weekend.  The Run for the Bacon QRP CW Contest is
scheduled for July 20.  The SKCC CW Sprint and CWops Mini-CWT CW
Test are scheduled for July 22.  Please see July QST page 81 and the
ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details.

SOURCE: http://www.arrl.org/

Sunday, July 5, 2015

To All ARRL Members of the Roanoke Division

In this mailing, I will be discussing Field Day, our newly appointed West Virginia Section Manager, and the new ARRL web page that will cover both HR-1301 (The Amateur Radio Parity Act of 2015) and the very newly introduced companion Senate bill S. 1685.  Finally, I will discuss State QSO parties within the Roanoke Division.  Please read through this entire e-mail!

I wish everyone a very happy and safe 4th of July weekend.  I live in the Palmetto State, and it is well known that it is legal to sell, purchase and own fireworks in South Carolina.  In a classic case of not being able to "have your cake and eat it too", it is not legal to fire them off within my city limits. However, being a doctor and seeing what the Emergency Department looks like on a typical 4th of July weekend, I am more than willing to leave fireworks up to the professionals!  Be Safe!

I hope everyone had a great Field Day weekend last week.  I look forward to that week each year, as I do have the chance to visit many hams involved in one of the most loved operating events of the year.
Those involved in making the Field Day travels were:  Me with Charlie AE4UX navigating throughout mid and coastal South Carolina and inland North Carolina; Bill Morine N2COP, Roanoke Vice Director with Joe Palsa K3WRY, VA Section Manager through Virginia; Karl Bowman W4CHX, NC Section Manager through Eastern North Carolina; Marc Tarplee N4UFP, SC Section Manager throughout Upstate South Carolina; and Brad Humphries AE4VJ, SC Technical Coordinator through the SC I-77 corridor.

I realize that individually listing all clubs visited would make a very exhausting e-mail.  Personally, Charlie and I visited 10 clubs, and I did break my best mileage record encompassing the last 12 years,
traveling 908 miles.  Karl may have had the record, though, as his travels through North Carolina were over 1000 miles and visiting 12 clubs.  However, like Field Day, it's not a contest...(!)

Observations from all Elected ARRL Officials included innovation in station planning, high levels of participation, safety, and hospitality from all Field Day Groups.  We were all happy to hear that each group was very thankful that the ARRL Elected Officials would come out and visit their field day site.  Speaking on behalf of all of us, the pleasure was all ours!  Bill Morine specifically mentioned in his report that hams in all of the sites that they visited in Virginia were very optimistic about the shared direction of interests about the future of Ham Radio in the Old Dominion state.  Again, Thanks to ALL!


In other Division News, all of us are aware of the tragedy that befell Charles Hardy, WV8CH (SK), West Virginia Section Manager in a tower accident that claimed his life on June 14.    His replacement was to be appointed by Dave Patton NN1N.  Vice Director Bill Morine N2COP and I
received recommendations from WV hams as to a potential candidate; Bill and I both conducted interviews, and our recommendation was for the appointment of Phillip Groves N8SFO of Beckley, WV to the post.  Dave continued our vetting process, and ultimately chose Phillip for appointment as West Virginia Section Manager.  I ask that all give Phillip a very warm welcome!  I realize that this is not a new quote by any means, but I related to Phillip that "This will be the toughest job you’'ll ever love!".   Here is a link to the ARRL.ORG news story:

http://www.arrl.org/news/phillip-groves-n8sfo-named-as-west-virginia-section-manager


On the legislative front, we now have a Bill in the U.S. Senate (S. 1685) that is the companion bill to HR-1301, the Amateur Radio Parity Act of 2015:

http://www.arrl.org/news/the-amateur-radio-parity-act-of-2015-introduced-in-the-us-senate

This is a huge accomplishment, and a necessary one for the eventual passage of this bill to become law.  ARRL President Kay Craigie N3KN has asked all Directors to inform their divisions that a new combined information web page on the ARRL.ORG website exists for both bills:

http://www.arrl.org/amateur-radio-parity-act

We are currently up to 84 cosponsors for HR-1301.  ARRL is asking for all to write their representatives (sending a signed copy to ARRL HQ), and send a personal e-mail via the representative’s website.  If they are a cosponsor, please thank them.  If they are not, please use one of the sample letters on the website above to solicit their support.  We will be asking the same for your senators, soliciting their support on S. 1685.


On the operating front, I received my certificate for participation in the 2015 Virginia QSO party in the mail today.  I would like to thank the Sterling Park Amateur Radio Club for sponsoring this event. It has raised my awareness that I do need to remind everyone in the Roanoke Division about QSO parties within our Division prior to their occurrence, and will plan to do so in the coming years.  The last QSO party this year in our Division is South Carolina, which will be sponsored by the Columbia Amateur Radio Club on September 19, 2015. Full information can be found here: http://scqso.com/


As usual, there is much more to report, but that’s all for now!
Enjoy the weekend, and our wonderful avocation, Amateur Radio!

'73 de Dr. JIM N2ZZ
Director – Roanoke Division
Serving ARRL members in the Virginia, West Virginia, South Carolina and
North Carolina sections
ARRL – The National Association for Amateur Radio™

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ARRL Roanoke Division
Director: James F Boehner, N2ZZ
n2zz@arrl.org

Friday, June 12, 2015

QST de W1AW DX Bulletin 23 ARLD023 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT June 11, 2015 To all radio amateurs

SB DX @ ARL $ARLD023
ARLD023 DX news

ZCZC AE23
QST de W1AW
DX Bulletin 23  ARLD023
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  June 11, 2015
To all radio amateurs

SB DX ARL ARLD023
ARLD023 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
QRZ DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest
Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites.
Thanks to all.

TIMOR-LESTE, 4W.  James, 9V1YC and Wilbert, PE7T are QRV as 4W/N1YC
and 4W/PE7T, respectively, until June 16.  Activity is on 80 to 10
meters using CW and SSB.  QSL 4W/N1YC via W5UE and 4W/PE7T via PE7T.

MALDIVES, 8Q.  Nobby, G0VJG is QRV as 8Q7CQ from Meedhupparoo
Island, IOTA AS-013, until June 18.  Activity is on the HF bands
using SSB and some PSK31.  He will put in a serious effort on 6
meters.  QSL via G4DFI.

CHILE, CE.  Special event station XR44COPA is QRV until July 4
during the Copa America 2015.  QSL direct via CE3TKV.

CAPE VERDE, D4.  Operators Massimo, IZ4DPV, Luca, IK2NCJ and Andrea,
HB9DUR will be QRV as D4C from Sao Vicente Island, IOTA AF-086, from
June 15 to 22.  QSL via IZ4DPV.

PALESTINE, E4.  Walaa, E41WT has been QRV almost daily on 20 meters
using SSB around 2200, 0130 and 1230z.  QSL via operator's
instructions.

REPUBLIC OF KOREA, HL.  A group of operators will be QRV as 6M6M
from the Gyeonggi Province from June 19 to July 31.  Activity will
be on 6 meters using CW, SSB, FM and digital modes.  QSL via HL2UVH.

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, KP2.  John, WA4PSO and Sean, N5PV will be QRV
as KP2/homecalls from St. Croix from June 16 to 23.  Activity will
be holiday style on the HF bands using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31.  QSL
via N5PV.

GREENLAND, OX.  Bo, OZ1DJJ will be QRV as OX3LX from Simiutaq
Island, IOTA NA-220, from June 13 to 22.  Activity will be during
his free time in the mornings and evenings.  QSL via OZ1PIF.

BONAIRE, PJ4.  Oort, PE2KV is currently QRV as PJ4KY.  He is active
on the HF bands.  His length of stay is unknown.  QSL via M0URX.

BRAZIL, PY.  Special event station ZW110ROAR is QRV during the
Rotary International Convention 2015 in Sao Paulo until June 30.
QSL via PY2AA.

SAINT PETER AND SAINT PAUL ROCKS, PY0S.  Look for PY0S/PU0FDN to be
QRV from June 16 to 21.  QSL via operators' instructions.

POLAND, SP.  Members of club SP3PGR are QRV with special event
callsign SN0ENIGMA until June 19 to honor the Polish cryptologists
who were involved in the decryption of ENIGMA.  QSL via SP3PGR.

EUROPEAN RUSSIA, UA.  Special event station UE44Y is QRV from
various locations in the Mountain Shoria, Tashtagol district,
Kemerovo region until September 14.  QSL via operators'
instructions.

ST. KITTS AND NEVIS, V4.  John, W5JON will be QRV as V47JA from
Calypso Bay, IOTA NA-104, from June 13 to July 22.  Activity will be
on 160 to 6 meters, including 60 meters, using SSB.  QSL direct to
home call.

MONTSERRAT, VP2M.  Barry, N0KV, Ken, W0ETT, Gregg, W0ZA und Jim,
WD0E are QRV as VP2MKV until June 18.  Activity is on 80 to 6 meters
using CW, SSB and RTTY.  They are QRV as VP2MTT on 6 meters, with a
beacon active on 50102 kHz.  QSL via N0KV.

INDONESIA, YB.  Imam, YB4IR will be QRV as YB4IR/9 from Biak Island,
IOTA OC-147, from June 14 to 17, and then QRV from Ram Island, IOTA
OC-239, from June 18 to 22.  Activity will be on 40 to 10 meters
using CW, SSB and RTTY.  QSL direct to home call.

ALBANIA, ZA.  Stephan, DL3GCS is QRV as ZA/DL3GCS until June 13.
Activity is on the HF bands and 6 meters.  QSL to home call.

OPERATIONS APPROVED FOR DXCC CREDIT.  The following operations have
been approved for DXCC Credit: Nepal, 9N7JX, operation from December
2, 2014 to December 11, 2014; Democratic Republic of Congo, 9Q0HQ,
operation from March 10, 2015 to March 25, 2015; Tristan da Cunha
and Gough Islands, ZD9ZS, operation from September 2014 to October
2014.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The ARRL June VHF Contest, NCCC RTTY
Sprint, NCCC Sprint CW Ladder, HA3NS Sprint Memorial CW Contest,
DRCG World Wide RTTY Contest, Asia-Pacific SSB Sprint, Portugal Day
Contest, SKCC Weekend CW Sprintathon, GACW WWSA CW DX Contest, QRP
ARCI QRP Shootout and the REF DDFM 6-Meter Contest are all on tap
for this weekend.  The CWops Mini-CWT CW Test is scheduled for June
17.  Please see June QST, page 86 and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest
web sites for details.
NNNN
/EX

SOURCE: http://www.arrl.org/

Thursday, June 4, 2015

DX Bulletin 22 ARLD022 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT June 4, 2015 To all radio amateurs

QST de W1AW
DX Bulletin 22  ARLD022
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  June 4, 2015
To all radio amateurs

SB DX ARL ARLD022
ARLD022 DX news

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by
9M2PJU, N0KV, QRZ DX, the OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX,
DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and
WA7BNM web sites.  Thanks to all.

MONACO, 3A.  Emanuele, IU2CIQ, Lorenzo, IZ1UJE and Andrea, IZ1ZHG
are QRV as 3A/IU2CIQ until June 7.  Activity is on the HF bands
using SSB with some CW and RTTY.  QSL direct via IZ1UJE.

MALDIVES, 8Q.  Nobby, G0VJG is QRV as 8Q7CQ from Meedhupparu Island,
IOTA AS-013, until June 18.  Activity is on the HF bands and 6
meters using SSB and various digital modes.  QSL via G4DFI.

WEST MALAYSIA, 9M2.  Members of the 9M2SE Malaysian Special
Expedition team are QRV from Tioman Island, IOTA AS-046, until June
7.  Activity is on 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters.  QSL via 9M2RDX.

THE GAMBIA, C5.  Andre, C5YK has been active on 6 meters using CW
between 1800 and 1900z.  QSL via ON6EG.

BAHAMAS, C6.  Operators AA7A, K2KW, W4KZY and WO7R will be QRV as
C6ANS, C6ATA, C6AKX and C6AWO, respectively, from Mermaid Point in
Ten Bay, Eleuthera, IOTA NA-001, Grid Square FL15wc, from June 7 to
15.  Activity will be on 6 and 2 meters and 70 cm.  They will be QRV
as C6ATA in the upcoming ARRL June VHF contest.  QSL via operators'
instructions.

IRAN, EP.  Operators Mohammad, EP3MIR, Mohammad, EP2LMA and Saeed,
EP2LSH will be QRV as EP2C on June 7.  QSL via operators
instructions.

MOLDOVA, ER.  Nigel, G3TXF is QRV as ER/G3TXF.  He has been active
on 17 meters using CW.  His length of stay is unknown.  QSL to home
call.

PHILIPPINES, DU.  Dindo, DV1UD is QRV as DV1UD/p from Batan Island,
IOTA OC-093, until June 6 while on work assignment at the Paga Asa
Radar station.  QSL via M0OXO.

FRENCH GUIANA, FY.  Christian, F5UII will be QRV as FY/F5UII from
Kourou from June 8 to 12 while on work assignment.  Activity will be
in his spare time on the HF bands using SSB and RTTY.  QSL to home
call.

ENGLAND, G.  Members of the Funess Amateur Radio Society are QRV
with special event call GB125SL until the end of June to celebrate
the 125th birthday of Stan Laurel.  Activity is on the HF bands
using SSB.  QSL via G4USW.

MONGOLIA, JT.  Special event station JV150ITU is QRV until the end
of 2015 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the ITU.  QSL direct
via JT1CD.

ALASKA, KL7.  Jeff, KL2HD plans to be QRV as KL2HD/p from Amchitka
Island, IOTA NA-070, from June 9 to 11.  Activity will be on either
20 or 17 meters and depends on his work schedule.  QSL to home call.

LITHUANIA, LY.  Tino, DO3MXK and Ronny, DL1RNW will be QRV as
LY/home calls from June 6 to 8.  Activity will be on 6 and 2 meters
using E-skip, Tropo and possibly EME.  QSL to home calls.

MARKET REEF, OJ0.  Sami, OH9GDT and Jussi, OH6ZZ plan to be QRV as
OJ0B from June 9 to 15.  This is a 2-meter EME and Meteor scatter
activation.  QSL via OH2BH.

GREECE, SV.  Fred, PA1FJ will be QRV as SV8/PA1FJ/p from Chios, IOTA
EU-049, from June 8 to 21.  Activity will be on 40 to 6 meters using
CW and SSB.  QSL to home call.

AUSTRALIA, VK.  Rob, VK4AAC is QRV as VK4AAC/5 from Kangaroo Island,
IOTA OC-139, until August 25.  Activity is on 40 and 20 meters using
SSB.  QSL to home call.

MONTSERRAT, VP2M.  Operators N0KV, W0ZA, W0ETT and WD0F will be QRV
as VP2MKV from Gingerbread Hill, St. Peters, from June 10 to 19.
Activity will be on 80 to 2 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and FSK441.
This includes being an entry in the upcoming ARRL June VHF contest
from Grid Square FK86.  QSL via operators' instructions.

THIS WEEKEND ON THE RADIO.  The IARU Region 1 CW Field Day, RSGB
National CW Field Day, 2015 Museum Ships Weekend, NCCC RTTY Sprint,
NCCC Sprint CW Ladder, 10-10 International Open Season PSK31
Contest, PVRC Reunion, DigiFest, Wake-Up. QRP CW Sprint, VK Shires
Contest, SEANET Contest, UKSMG Summer Contest, ADRAD Kayldall DMR
Contest, Dutch Kingdom Contest and the Alabama QSO Party are all
scheduled for this upcoming weekend.

The RSGB 80-Meter Club CW Championship, CWops Mini-CWT Test and
NAQCC CW Sprint are scheduled for June 10.  Please see June QST,
page 86 and the ARRL and WA7BNM contest web sites for details.

SOURCE : http://www.arrl.org/w1aw-bulletins-archive/ARLD022/2005

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

THIS WEEK'S CONTESTS Compiled by Bruce Horn, WA7BNM

THIS WEEK'S CONTESTS
Compiled by Bruce Horn, WA7BNM

 June 1 - 8, 2015 Edition

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73 de Bruce, WA7BNM   (
bhorn@hornucopia.com)

This e-mail is divided into three sections:
- Details of this week's contests
- List of following week's contests
- Contest log submittal addresses and deadlines for recent contests

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THIS WEEK'S CONTESTS:
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RSGB 80m Club Championship, Data: 1900Z-2030Z, Jun 1
  Mode: RTTY, PSK
  Bands: 80m Only
  Classes: (none)
  Exchange: RST + Serial No.
  QSO Points: 1 point per QSO
  Multipliers: (none)
  Score Calculation: (see rules)
  Submit logs by: 2359Z June 8, 2015
  Upload log at: 
http://www.vhfcc.org/cgi-bin/hfenter.pl
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.rsgbcc.org/hf/rules/2015/r80mcc.shtml

ARS Spartan Sprint: 0100Z-0300Z, Jun 2
  Mode: CW
  Bands: 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: Skinny
           Tubby
  Max power: 5 watts
  Exchange: RST + (state/province/country) + Power
  Work stations: Once per band
  Submit logs by: June 4, 2015
  E-mail logs to: spartansprint[at]yahoo[dot]com
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.arsqrp.blogspot.com/

CWops Mini-CWT Test: 1300Z-1400Z, Jun 3 and 1900Z-2000Z, Jun 3 and 0300Z-0400Z, Jun 4
  Mode: CW
  Bands: 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: Single Op (QRP/Low/High)
  Max power: HP: >100 watts
             LP: 100 watts
             QRP: 5 watts
  Exchange: Member: Name + Member No.
            non-Member: Name + (state/province/country)
  Work stations: Once per band
  QSO Points: 1 point per QSO
  Multipliers: Each call once
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: 0400Z June 6, 2015
  Post log summary at: 
http://www.hornucopia.com/3830score/
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.cwops.org/cwt.html

NRAU 10m Activity Contest: 1700Z-1800Z, Jun 4 (CW) and 1800Z-1900Z, Jun 4 (SSB) and 1900Z-2000Z, Jun 4 (FM) and 2000Z-2100Z, Jun 4 (Dig)
  Mode: CW, SSB, FM, Digital
  Bands: 10m Only
  Classes: (none)
  Exchange: RS(T) + 6-character grid square
  QSO Points: (see rules)
  Multipliers: (none)
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points
  Submit logs by: June 18, 2015
  Upload log at: 
http://ua9qcq.com/en/submit_log.php?lang=en
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.nrau.net/activity-contests/below-30mhz.html

NCCC RTTY Sprint: 0145Z-0215Z, Jun 5
  Mode: RTTY
  Bands: (see rules)
  Classes: (none)
  Exchange: Serial No. + Name + QTH
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: June 7, 2015
  E-mail logs to: (none)
  Post log summary at: 
http://www.3830scores.com/
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html

NCCC Sprint Ladder: 0230Z-0300Z, Jun 5
  Mode: CW
  Bands: 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, 6m
  Classes: Single Op
  Max power: 100 watts
  Exchange: Serial No. + Name + QTH
  Work stations: Once per band
  QSO Points: NA station: 1 point per QSO
              non-NA station: 1 point per QSO with an NA station
  Multipliers: Each US state (including KL7 and KH6) once per band
               Each VE province once per band
               Each North American country (except W/VE) once per band
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: June 7, 2015
  E-mail logs to: (none)
  Post log summary at: 
http://www.3830scores.com
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.ncccsprint.com/rules.html

10-10 Int. Open Season PSK Contest: 0000Z, Jun 6 to 2400Z, Jun 7
  Mode: PSK31
  Bands: 10m Only
  Classes: Individual
           Club
           QRP
  Max power: non-QRP: 50 watts
             QRP: 5 watts
  Exchange: Name + (state/province/country) + organization membership numbers
  QSO Points: (see rules)
  Multipliers: (none)
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points
  Submit logs by: June 23, 2015
  E-mail logs to: tentencontest[at]ten-ten[dot]org
  Mail logs to: Dan Morris, KZ3T
                3162 Covington Way
                Lenoir, NC 28645
                USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.ten-ten.org/index.php/activity/2013-07-22-20-26-48/qso-party-schedule/2-uncategorised/51-open-season-rules

PVRC Reunion: 0000Z-0400Z, Jun 6 (SSB) and 0000Z-0400Z, Jun 7 (CW)
  Mode: CW, SSB
  Bands: 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: Single Op
  Exchange: PVRC Member: 1st year of membership + name + QTH + callsign when joined PVRC
            non-Member: name + QTH
  Work stations: Once per band per mode
  QSO Points: 10 points per QSO with W3GRF, W4KFC or W3AU
              1 point per QSO with PVRC members
  Multipliers: Each state, DC, province, country once per band
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: June 20, 2015
  E-mail logs to: tshoppa[at]gmail[dot]com
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://pvrc.org/reunion/reunion.htm

DigiFest: 0400Z-1200Z, Jun 6 and 2000Z, Jun 6 to 0400Z, Jun 7 and 1200Z-2000Z, Jun 7
  Mode: RTTY75, BPSK63, MFSK16, HELLSCHREIBER, OLIVIA
  Bands: 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: SOAB, All Modes (8/24)(Low/High)
           SOAB, Single Mode (8/24)(Low/High)
           Single Op Single Band, All Modes (8/24)
           Multi-Op Single Transmitter
  Max power: High: 1000 watts
             Low: 100 watts
  Exchange: RST + 4-character grid square
  Work stations: Once per band per mode
  QSO Points: 1 QSO point per km between stations
  Multipliers: Each grid square once
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: June 14, 2015
  E-mail logs to: digifest_robot[at]mixw[dot]net
  Upload log at: 
http://mixw.net/misc/DigiFest/digifest_log.php
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.mixw.net/misc/DigiFest/rulese.html

Wake-Up! QRP Sprint: 0600Z-0629Z, Jun 6 and 0630Z-0659Z, Jun 6 and 0700Z-0729Z, Jun 6 and 0730Z-0800Z, Jun 6
  Mode: CW
  Bands: 40, 20m
  Classes: (none)
  Max power: 5 watts
  Exchange: RST + Serial No. + suffix of previous QSO ("QRP" for 1st QSO)
  Work stations: Once per band per period
  QSO Points: 1 point per km
  Multipliers: 1 point per new station worked on each band
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total multiplier points
  Submit logs by: June 13, 2015
  E-mail logs to: ru-qrp-club[at]mail[dot]ru
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://qrp.ru/contest/wakeup/333-wakeup-eng

VK Shires Contest: 0600Z, Jun 6 to 0600Z, Jun 7
  Mode: CW, SSB
  Bands: 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: VK Single Op (Rover/Fixed)
           VK Multi-Two (Rover/Fixed)
           DX Single Op
  Exchange: VK: RS(T) + Shire
            non-VK: RS(T) + CQ Zone
  Work stations: Once per band per mode
  QSO Points: 1 point per QSO
  Multipliers: Each VK shire once per band per mode
               VK: Each CQ zone once per band per mode
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: July 1, 2015
  E-mail logs to: contest[at]vk2bo[dot]com
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://vkshires.vk2bo.com/vk-shires-contest-rules.html

SEANET Contest: 1200Z, Jun 6 to 1200Z, Jun 7
  Mode: CW, Phone
  Bands: 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: Single Op (Low/High)
           M/S (Low/High)
  Max power: High: >100 watts
             Low: 100 watts
  Exchange: RS(T) + Serial No.
  Work stations: Once per band per mode
  QSO Points: 1 point per QSO
  Multipliers: SEANET: Each DXCC country once per band
               non-SEANET: Each SEANET DXCC country once per band
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: June 20, 2015
  E-mail logs to: logs[at]seanet2015[dot]com
  Mail logs to: Prasad Rajagopal
                SEANET Contest 2015
                Post Box 7523
                Bangalore 560075
                India
  Find rules at: 
http://www.seanet2015.com/seanet_contest.html

UKSMG Summer Contest: 1300Z, Jun 6 to 1300Z, Jun 7
  Mode: not specified
  Bands: 6m Only
  Classes: Single Op (Fixed/Portable)
           Multi-Op (Fixed/Portable)
           QRP
           6 Hours (Fixed/Portable)
           SWL
  Exchange: RST + Serial No. + 6-character grid square + (optional UKSMG member no.)
  Score Calculation: (see rules)
  Submit logs by: July 1, 2015
  E-mail logs to: contest[at]uksmg[dot]org
  Upload log at: 
http://logs.uksmg.org/cgi-bin/vhfenter.pl?Contest=UKSMG%20Summer%20Contest&year=2015
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://uksmg.org/summer-contest-rules.php

ADRAD Kayldall DMR Contest: 1300Z-1900Z, Jun 6
  Mode: DMR
  Bands: 433 MHz
  Classes: (none)
  Exchange: 6-Character Maidenhead Locator
  QSO Points: 1 point per km distance per QSO
  Multipliers: (none)
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points
  Submit logs by: June 21, 2015
  E-mail logs to: lx1a[at]adrad-kayldall[dot]lu
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.adrad-kayldall.lu/activities/dmr-contest/dmr-contest.html

RSGB National Field Day: 1500Z, Jun 6 to 1500Z, Jun 7
  Mode: CW
  Bands: 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: Open
           Restricted
           Low Power
  Max operating hours: Open/Restricted: 24 hours
                       Low Power: 12 hours
  Max power: non-LP: 100 watts
             LP: 10 watts
  Exchange: RST + Serial No.
  QSO Points: 2 points per QSO with fixed EU stations
              3 points per QSO with fixed non-EU stations
              4 points per QSO with portable/mobile EU stations
              6 points per QSO with portable/mobile non-EU stations
              Double QSO points on 160m and 10m
  Multipliers: (none)
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points
  Submit logs by: June 23, 2015
  Upload log at: 
http://www.rsgbcc.org/cgi-bin/hfenter.pl
  Mail logs to: RSGB G3UFY
                77 Bensham Manor Road
                Thornton Heath, Surrey CR7 7AF
                England
  Find rules at: 
http://www.rsgbcc.org/hf/rules/2015/rnfd.shtml

IARU Region 1 Field Day, CW: 1500Z, Jun 6 to 1459Z, Jun 7
  Mode: CW
  Bands: 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: (see your national society rules)
  Exchange: RST + Serial No.
  Submit logs by: June 30, 2015
  E-mail logs to: (see your national society rules)
  Mail logs to: Your national society
  Find rules at: Your national society web site

Dutch Kingdom Contest: 1500Z, Jun 6 to 1500Z, Jun 7
  Mode: CW, SSB
  Bands: 40, 20, 15, 10, 6m
  Classes: Single Op Single Transmitter (CW/SSB/Mixed)(Low/High)
           Multi-Single (CW/SSB/Mixed)(Low)
           Multi-Multi (CW/SSB/Mixed)(High)
           Novice (CW/SSB/Mixed)(25W)
           SWL
  Max power: HP: >100 watts
             LP: 100 watts
  Exchange: BC: RS(T) + Serial No.t
  Work stations: Once per band per mode
  QSO Points: (see rules)
  Multipliers: (see rules)
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points
  Submit logs by: 2359Z June 14, 2015
  E-mail logs to: (none)
  Upload log at: 
www.dkars.nl
  Mail logs to: (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://dkars.nl/index.php?page=rules

Alabama QSO Party: 1600Z, Jun 6 to 0400Z, Jun 7
  Mode: CW, SSB
  Bands: 160, 80, 40, 20, 15, 10m
  Classes: Single Op (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           M/S (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           M/M (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           Mobile Single Op (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           Mobile Single Op + Driver (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           Mobile Multi-Op (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           Rover Single Op (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           Rover M/S (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
           Rover M/M (CW/SSB/Mixed)(QRP/Low/High)
  Max power: HP: >150 watts
             LP: 150 watts
             QRP: 5 watts
  Exchange: AL: RS(T) + County
            non-AL: RS(T) + (state/province/"DX")
  QSO Points: 1 points per phone QSO
              2 points per CW QSO
  Multipliers: AL Stations: Each state, VE province/territory once per mode
               non-AL Stations: Each AL county once per mode
  Score Calculation: Total score = total QSO points x total mults
  Submit logs by: July 6, 2015
  E-mail logs to: logs[at]alabamaqsoparty[dot]org
  Mail logs to: Jim Johnson, KC4HW
                6274 South County Road 49
                Slocomb, Al 36375-5528
                USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.alabamaqsoparty.org/2015/2015Rules.pdf


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NAQCC CW Sprint                                      0030Z-0230Z, Jun 10
CWops Mini-CWT Test                                  1300Z-1400Z, Jun 10
                                                       1900Z-2000Z, Jun 10
                                                       0300Z-0400Z, Jun 11
RSGB 80m Club Championship, CW                       1900Z-2030Z, Jun 10
NCCC RTTY Sprint                                     0145Z-0215Z, Jun 12
NCCC Sprint Ladder                                   0230Z-0300Z, Jun 12
HA3NS Sprint Memorial Contest                        1900Z-1929Z, Jun 12 (40m)
                                                       1930Z-1959Z, Jun 12 (80m)
DRCG WW RTTY Contest                                 0000Z-0759Z, Jun 13
                                                       1600Z-2359Z, Jun 13
                                                       0800Z-1559Z, Jun 14
Asia-Pacific Sprint, SSB                             1100Z-1300Z, Jun 13
Portugal Day Contest                                 1200Z, Jun 13 to 1200Z, Jun 14
SKCC Weekend Sprintathon                             1200Z, Jun 13 to 2400Z, Jun 14
GACW WWSA CW DX Contest                              1500Z, Jun 13 to 1500Z, Jun 14
QRP ARCI QRP Shootout                                1500Z-2100Z, Jun 13 (CW)
                                                       1500Z-2100Z, Jun 14 (SSB)
REF DDFM 6m Contest                                  1600Z, Jun 13 to 1600Z, Jun 14
ARRL June VHF Contest                                1800Z, Jun 13 to 0259Z, Jun 15


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CONTEST LOG SUBMITTAL DEADLINES FOR RECENT CONTESTS
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Please consult the individual contest rules to determine what log
documentation must be submitted (i.e. summary sheet, dupe sheets, etc.).
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Indiana QSO Party:   June 1, 2015
  E-mail:  inqp[at]hdxcc[dot]org
  Mail:  HDXCC
         c/o Mike Goode, N9NS
         10340 Broadway
         Indianapolis, IN 46280-1344
         USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.hdxcc.org/inqp/rules.html

QRP to the Field:   June 1, 2015
  E-mail:  na5n[at]zianet[dot]com
  Mail:  Paul Harden, NA5N
         QRPTTF 2015
         P.O. Box 757
         Socorro, NM 87801
         USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.zianet.com/qrp/

His Maj. King of Spain Contest, CW:   June 1, 2015
  E-mail:  (none)
  Upload log at:  
http://concursos.ure.es/en/logs/
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://concursos.ure.es/en/s-m-el-rey-de-espana-cw/bases/

FISTS Spring Slow Speed Sprint:   June 1, 2015
  E-mail:  n2ed[at]fistsna[dot]org
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://fistsna.org/operating.html#sprints

Slobozhansky Sprint Contest:   June 1, 2015
  E-mail:  ut0lwr[at]ukr[dot]net
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://tdr.at.ua/index/rules2014/0-13

Delaware QSO Party:   June 2, 2015
  E-mail:  qsoparty[at]gmail[dot]com
  Mail:  DE QSO Party
         PO Box 1050
         Newark, DE 19715-1050
         USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.fsarc.org/qsoparty/rules.htm

New England QSO Party:   June 2, 2015
  E-mail:  logs[at]neqp[dot]org
  Mail:  NEQP
         PO Box J
         West Suffield, CT 06093
         USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.neqp.org/rules.html

SBMS 2.3 GHz and Up Contest and Club Challenge:   June 3, 2015
  E-mail:  bburns[at]mediacombb[dot]net
  Mail:  William A. Burns, WA6QYR
         247 Rebel Road
         Ridgecrest, CA 93555
         USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.n6nb.com/sbmsrules.htm

ARS Spartan Sprint:   June 4, 2015
  E-mail:  spartansprint[at]yahoo[dot]com
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.arsqrp.blogspot.com/

CQ WW WPX Contest, CW:   June 5, 2015
  E-mail:  cw[at]cqwpx[dot]com
  Upload log at:  
http://www.cqwpx.com/logcheck/
  Mail:  CW WPX Contest
         P.O. Box 481
         New Carlisle, OH 45344
         USA
  Find rules at: 
http://www.cqwpx.com/rules.htm

SARL Digital Contest:   June 7, 2015
  E-mail:  contest[at]sarl[dot]org[dot]za
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.sarl.org.za/Document_Store/CONT_20150101_SARL_Contest_Manual_2015.pdf

WAB 7 MHz Phone:   June 7, 2015
  E-mail:  g3xkt[at]worked-all-britain[dot]org[dot]uk
  Mail:  Tony Beardsley, G3XKT
         14 York Avenue
         Sandiacre, Nottingham NG10 5HB
         United Kingdom
  Find rules at: 
http://wab.intermip.net/Contests.php

UN DX Contest:   June 7, 2015
  E-mail:  log[at]undxc[dot]kz
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://undxc.kz/bez-rubriki/2015-2/

FISTS Spring Unlimited Sprint:   June 8, 2015
  E-mail:  n2ed[at]fistsna[dot]org
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://fistsna.org/operating.html#sprints

RSGB 80m Club Championship, Data:   June 8, 2015
  Upload log at:  
http://www.vhfcc.org/cgi-bin/hfenter.pl
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.rsgbcc.org/hf/rules/2015/r80mcc.shtml

F9AA Cup, PSK:   June 9, 2015
  E-mail:  concoursf9aa[at]urc[dot]asso[dot]fr
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.site.urc.asso.fr/urchaut-6/om-6/131-trophee-f9aa.html

CQ-M International DX Contest:   June 10, 2015
  E-mail:  cq-m[at]cq-m[dot]ru
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.cq-m.ru/en/rules.html

Baltic Contest:   June 10, 2015
  E-mail:  lrsf[at]lrsf[dot]lt
  Mail:  Baltic Contest
         P.O. Box 210
         LT-44003 Kaunas
         Lithuania
  Find rules at: 
http://www.lrsf.lt/bcontest/english/rules_html.htm

Portuguese Navy Day Contest, Digital:   June 12, 2015
  E-mail:  nra[at]nra[dot]pt
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.nra.pt/portuguese-navy-day-contest---2015.html

QRP ARCI Hootowl Sprint:   June 14, 2015
  E-mail:  contest[at]qrparci[dot]org
  Mail:  ARCI Hoot Owl Sprint
         c/o Jeff Hetherington
         139 Elizabeth St. W.
         Welland, Ontario L3C 4M3
         Canada
  Find rules at: 
http://www.qrparci.org/contests/hoot-owl-sprint

HPC World Wide DX Contest:   June 15, 2015
  E-mail:  contest2013[at]pskclub[dot]gr
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://pskclub.gr/contest

Aegean RTTY Contest:   June 15, 2015
  E-mail:  sv8cyr[at]gmail[dot]com
  Mail:  Aegean RTTY Contest
         P.O. Box 04
         83100 Samos Hellas
         Greece
  Find rules at: 
http://www.aegeandxgroup.gr/AEGEAN-RTTY-CONTEST-RULES.php

UA2 QSO Party:   June 17, 2015
  E-mail:  (none)
  Upload log at:  
http://ua9qcq.com/ru/submit_log.php?lang=en
  Mail:  (none)
  Find rules at: 
http://www.qrz.ru/contest/detail/382.html

NZART Sangster Shield Contest:   June 18, 2015
  E-mail:  (none)
  Mail:  Contest Manager
         Glenn Kingston ZL2KZ
         53 Tannadyce Street
         Wellington 6003
         New Zealand
  Find rules at: 
http://www.nzart.org.nz/activities/contest-rules/rules-sangster-shield/