5月18日付 425DX News #1724から抜粋

PERIOD(D/M)     CALL                                                      425#
till  19/05      CP7DX: Bolivia                                         1722
till  26/05      8P9CB: Barbados (NA-021)                               1723
till  27/05      ZC4GW: UK Sovereign Base Areas on Cyprus        1723
till  31/05      4U29MAY: special callsign (Italy)                     1722
till  31/05      9H6HE: special callsign                               1720
till  31/05      CR2GPDX: special event station (Azores)               1720
till  31/05      CR3GPDX: special event station (Madeira)               1720
till  30/06      TR8CR: Gabon                                           1723
19/05-31/05      8Q7KR: Maldives (AS-013)                               1723
22/05-05/06      JD1BQW: Chichijima (AS-031), Ogasawara        1723
23/05-27/05      AB2E/VP9 and VP9I: Bermuda (NA-005)            1723
24/05-26/05      OH0/DK1VK: Aland Islands (EU-002)                  1723
24/05-19/06      FT4GL: Glorioso Islands (AF-011)                       1723
30/05-03/06      4X2DS: special callsign                               1724
May              5X3L: Uganda                                           1721

OH0    - Arnold, DK1VK will be active as  OH0/DK1VK from  Jomala,  Aland Is-
         lands (EU-002) on 24-26 May.  He will operate SSB on 40, 20, 17, 15
         and 10 metres. QSL via home call, direct or bureau.
TR     - Roland, F8EN  will be active again as  TR8CR from Gabon from 15 May
         until the end of June (maybe longer).  He will operate CW only, and
         will celebrate his 96th birthday while there. QSL via F6AJA (direct
         or  bureau);  logsearch  on  http://LesNouvellesDX.fr/voirlogs.php.
         [TNX F6AJA]
VP9    - Darrell, AB2E will be active as  AB2E/VP9  (QSL via LoTW, or direct
         to home call)  from  Bermuda (NA-005)  on 23-27 May,  including  an
         entry in the CQ WW WPX CW Contest as  VP9I (QSL via WW3S).  Outside
         the contest he will operate mainly CW on 30, 17 and 12 metres, with
         some FT8 on the low bands. [TNX NG3K]
ZC4    - Martin, MW0BRO will be active holiday style as ZC4GW from Dhekelia,
         UK Sovereign Base Areas on Cyprus on 17-27 May.  He will operate CW
         only on 40-6 metres.  QSL via MW0BRO; QSOs will be uploaded to Club
         Log and LoTW. [TNX The Daily DX]
FT/G   - The band plan for the upcoming  FT4GL  operation  from the Glorioso
         Islands  (24 May-19 June) has been posted to the DXpedition's  web-
         site (see below).  This will be a one-man operation carried out  by
         Marek, FH4VVK  in parallel  with his  professional  activities.  He
         plans to be QRV daily with two stations at the same time on on 160-
         6 metres SSB, FT8 (F/H), FT4 and RTTY.  There will be no CW activi-
         ty, as Marek lacks  sufficient knowledge  of that mode to manage  a
         huge pile-up.  QSOs will be uploaded to Club Log  when the Internet
         is available (from 18 to 20 local time).  QSL via F4FTV;  full LoTW
         upload  will follow  six months  after the end  of the  DXpedition.
         https://ft4gl.blogspot.comhttps://www.facebook.com/61557262192352
4X     - Team  4X2DS  will be active  from the shores of the  Dead Sea,  the
         lowest land-based elevation on Earth  (440 metres below sea level),
         from 30 May to 3 June. QSL via LoTW, eQSL, or via 4Z5TT. A certifi-
         cate will be available,  see https://www.qrz.com/db/4X2DS  for more
         information.

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a  serious incident  involving access  to our network and headquarters-based
systems", the ARRL notified on 16 May. "Several services, such as Logbook of
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that  restoring access is our  highest priority,  and  we are  expeditiously
working with  outside industry experts  to address the issue.  We appreciate
your  patience.  This story will be  updated  with  new  developments"  (see
https://www.arrl.org/).