RSSGB2RS DX News

DX News – 6 November 2016

| November 4, 2016

The 6V1IS team will be active from the 7th to 19th of November from Dakar. They will be operating /P from Ngor and Goree Islands, IOTA AF-45, on all HF bands, including WARC and 6m using all modes. More information can be found at www.qrz.com/db/6v1is/ ZL1BQD will be active as E51RR until the 25th November […]

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DX News – 30 October 2016

| October 28, 2016

Francois, F6AJL will be on the air from the West African country of Benin using TY5AA until the 30th of November. He will operate all bands between 80m to 10m. QSLs go via his home callsign. Chas NK8O is in Tanzania with the callsign 5H3DX until the 12th of November. He will operate mainly CW […]

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DX News – 23 October 2016

| October 21, 2016

Keith, GM4YXI and Chris, GM3WOJ will be active as V6Z from Chuuk island in Micronesia, which is IOTA reference OC-011, until 1 November. Activity will be on SSB and CW, with extra emphasis on 160m and 80m, and they are looking especially for UK stations. Direct QSLs should be sent to Steve, N3SL. Visit www.v6z2016.com […]

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DX News – 16 October 2016

| October 14, 2016

GM3WOJ and GM4YXI will be operating V6Z on the Chuuk Islands, IOTA reference OC-011 from 17 October to 1 November. They are using LoTW and ClubLog, QSL direct or ARRL bureau via N3SL. See also www.v6z2016.com. The Selvagens Islands, AF-047 are on the air as CQ9GXC courtesy of CT1GXC from 19 to 25 October. QSL via home […]

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DX News – 9 October 2016

| October 7, 2016

Grant, VK5GR will be active holiday style as VK5GR/p from Kangaroo Island, IOTA reference OC-139, from 10 to 16 October. He will be QRV on at least 80 to 15 metres and will operate RTTY and other digital modes, plus some SSB. QSL via home call sign, bureau preferred, LoTW and eQSL. Nobu, JA0JHQ will […]

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DX News – 2 October 2016

| September 30, 2016

New Zealand amateur operators will be active from Norfolk Island as VK9NZ until 8 October. They hope to have three stations operating simultaneously. Send QSL cards to ZL3PAH. Logs will also be uploaded to Logbook of The World. Polish operators will be operating from central Kiribati starting on 4 October for about four weeks. The […]

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