RSSGB2RS DX News

DX News – 7 June 2015

| June 5, 2015

Sigi, DL7DF along with DJ6TF, DK1BT and DL7UFR, will operate as OX/homecall from Greenland until 12 June. They will operate all bands from 6 to 160m using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31. Nobby, G0VJG will sign 8Q7CQ from the Maldives, IOTA AS-103, until 18 June. While he will be on the HF bands, he will […]

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DX News – 31 May 2015

| May 29, 2015

The 9M2SE Malaysian Special Expedition team will be on Tioman Island, AS-046, from 0400 on the 5th June to 0000 on the 7th. The 10-strong team plan to operate on the 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10m bands. M0NPT will be operating from Crete, EU-015, as SV9/M0NPT/P until the 12th of June. He will be […]

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DX News – 24 May 2015

| May 22, 2015

Paulo, CT1FJZ, is currently active from the Congo Republic as TN/CT1FJZ. He has been active so far on 20 metres SSB. No other information or length of stay is available. QSL via the home call. Alan, G3XAQ will be active from Brusubi, The Gambia, as C56XA, from 16 May until 4 June. Operation will be […]

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DX News – 17 May 2015

| May 15, 2015

Iain, G4SGX will operate holiday style as FG/G4SGX from Guadeloupe until 19 May. He will use dipoles on an EU-facing beach on 40, 30, 20 and 15m CW. QSL via his home callsign and Logbook of The World. Three Japanese operators will be on Niue Island, OC-040, until 25 May. Look for the callsigns E6ZS, […]

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DX News – 10 May 2015

| May 8, 2015

A team of 13 operators will be active as YB5M from Pasumpahan Island, which has been confirmed to count for IOTA group OC-262, from the 14th to 17th of May. They plan to be QRV on 40, 20, 17, 15 and 10 metres using CW, SSB and RTTY. QSLs are via Logsearch and OQRS on […]

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DX News – 3 May 2015

| May 1, 2015

The DX Interceptors will be on the air from Scarlett Point on the Isle of Man as MT0IXD from the 8th to 11th of May on the 80 to 10m bands. Two HF stations will be combined with homebrew hex beam and multiband vertical dipole and a dipole antenna for 80 to 30m. Modes will […]

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