DX News – 16 April 2017

| April 13, 2017

Tynemouth Amateur Radio Club is away on another IOTA trip, this time to the Isle Of Mull, EU-008, between the 21st and the 28th of April. They will be operating as GS0NWM on the 10 to 80m bands using most modes with four HF stations. In addition they will have a VHF/UHF station. Full details […]

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DX News – 9 April 2017

| April 7, 2017

GW4DVB will be operating as J88PI on a holiday-style DXpedition on Palm Island, IOTA reference NA-025, in St Vincent and the Grenadines. Operation will take place between the 14th and the 23rd of April using a Yaesu FT-991A with 100 watts into a 10m vertical. Operation will be on the 40 to 10m bands using […]

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DX News – 2 April 2017

| March 31, 2017

IOTA enthusiasts and prefix collectors should look out for PF38T on Texel Island, IOTA reference EU-038, operated by Hans, PA7HPH until 9 April. A special QSL card will be issued via PA7HPH. Tim, NL8F will reactivate his T2TT call sign from Tuvalu in the Pacific, OC-015, until 13 April. He will be on SSB and […]

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DX News – 26 March 2017

| March 24, 2017

A group of radio amateurs from Sweet Lake City in the Netherlands will be in Liechtenstein from the 1st to the 8th of April. Using the HB0 suffix to their callsigns they will be on all HF bands using CW, SSB and digital modes. All QSLs are via PE1FLO. W2APF will be on Nevis Island […]

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DX News – 19 March 2017

| March 17, 2017

SP5EAQ and SP7DQR are on the air as T2AQ and T2QR in Tuvalu until 4 April. Activity is on the 10 to 80m bands using SSB and CW. QSL via SP7DQR. In addition, Tim, NL8F will be active as T2TT from the 23 March to the 13 April. His activity will be on various HF […]

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DX News – 12 March 2017

| March 10, 2017

S21GM and S21KW will be on the air from Bangladesh between 15 and the 27 March. Using the 160 to 10m bands, the team will operate CW, SSB and RTTY. The F6KOP expedition team will be in the Ivory Coast signing TU7C until 19 March. They will be active on all HF bands CW, SSB […]

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