DX News – 7 August 2016

| August 5, 2016

Reg, G8VHI will be active from 13 to 20 August /MM in the North Sea. He plans to use 144.333MHz using 100W to a four element antenna. He is limited to operation from his cabin, which is located on the starboard side. This is a family holiday and operating will reflect this. Armin, DK9PY will […]

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DX News – 31 July 2016

| July 29, 2016

Tom Callas, KC0W, continues from Tuvalu as T2COW until the 18 August. He will be on CW only on HF including the 6m band, running 500W into vertical antennas over salt water. Theodoros, SV1EJD is on the air as SV8/SV1EJD from Syros Island, IOTA EU-067, until the 11 August. Activity is on the 6 to […]

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DX News – 24 July 2016

| July 22, 2016

A group of operators will put DR0F on the air from the island of Neuwerk, EU-127 from 28 July to 1 August, which includes the IOTA Contest. QSL via the bureau to DM4DL. A large group of operators will be active from Yijiangshan Island, IOTA AS-141, from 26 July to 1 August. They will sign […]

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DX News – 17 July 2016

| July 15, 2016

Martinez, HK3Y will sign 5J0Y from San Andres Island from 18 to 23 July. This one counts as NA-033 for the Islands on the Air Award. Braam, 3DA0AY has been active recently from Piggs Peak, Swaziland. It is expected he will remain there until 25 July. QSLs go via his home call ZS6AYE. Stu, VK4SDD […]

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DX News – 10 July 2016

| July 8, 2016

Antonio, EA5RM will be active as CP1XRM from Bolivia until early August. He will be on the HF bands running 100W to a vertical and using solar power. QSL to his home call. Anna, W6NN and Rich, KE1B will be on the air as 8P6NN and 8P6MM from Barbados, respectively, until 21 July. Barbados is […]

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DX News – 3 July 2016

| July 1, 2016

Dan, HR2DMR will be active from Swan Island for several weeks as HQ8S. This counts as NA-035 for IOTA. Rafael, NN3RP will operate holiday style from Nicaragua until 22 July. He is using the call sign YN2RP and is active on the 10 to 40m bands. QSLs go via NN3RP, and logs will be uploaded […]

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