DX News – 25 March 2018

| March 23, 2018

Many normally-quiet locations will be on the air this weekend taking part in the CQ WW WPX SSB contest, so look for strong signals from unusual places. Gab Barison, HB9TSW, who is in the Swiss Air Force will be in Pristina, Kosovo, from 29 March to 19 April as part of a NATO mission. He […]

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DX News – 18 March 2018

| March 16, 2018

The Tifariti Gang is on the air as TN5R from the Republic of the Congo until Monday. Activity is from Top Band to 10 metres on SSB, CW and RTTY. See for logsearch, OQRS and more. Mike, OE6MBG plans to be active holiday style as FG/OE6MBG from Guadeloupe, IOTA reference NA-102, until 20 March. […]

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DX News – 11 March 2018

| March 9, 2018

Hartwig, DL7BC will be active again as FY/DL7BC/P from French Guiana until 26 March. Dom, M1KTA will be active as C6AKT from Eleuthera Island, NA-001, in the Bahamas until 17 March. He will operate QRP CW on 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres. QSL via Club Log OQRS, Logbook of The World or via […]

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DX News – 4 March 2018

| March 2, 2018

Mark, XE1B is on the air from Socorro Island, IOTA reference NA-030, in the Revilla Gigedo archipelago, until 15 March. He is using the call sign 4B4B and is active on the 160 to 6m bands, SSB only. This is quite a rare DXCC entity and the first activation since 2011. QSL via Club Log […]

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DX News – 25 February 2018

| February 23, 2018

A group will be operating from Rotuma Island, IOTA reference OC-060, from around 23 February until 16 March. The call sign will be 3D2EU. Activity will be on all bands from 160 to 10m using CW, SSB and digital. Rotuma is located about 650km north of Fiji and counts as a separate entity for DXCC […]

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DX News – 18 February 2018

| February 16, 2018

Members of Sandringham School Amateur Radio Club, led by Headmaster Alan, G4DJX, are in The Gambia operating as C5DX, with the visit ending on the 18th. Students have run a couple of pile ups at the time of writing and are doing well. QSLs go to G4DJX and logs will be uploaded to Logbook of […]

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