DX News – 05 December 2021

| December 3, 2021

Ferdy, HB9DSP will be active as 5Z4/HB9DSP from Malindi, Kenya until the 16th of December. He will operate SSB and some FT8 on the 20, 15 and 10m bands. QSL via Logbook of The World and via his home call, with the bureau preferred. DL2SBY will be active holiday style from the Dominican Republic until […]

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DX News – 28 November 2021

| November 26, 2021

Take, JI3DST is operating from Shodo Island, IOTA reference AS-200, as JI3DST/5, JR8YLY/5, and JR8YLY/p until the 2nd of December. QSL via ClubLog OQRS and LoTW. Lester, W8YCM is in Jamaica, NA-097 until January next year and will be on the air as 6Y6Y. QSL via W8YCM. Peter, HB9DVG is on the air as A52CC […]

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DX News – 21 November 2021

| November 19, 2021

Ali, EP3CQ is on the air as 6O1OO from Mogadishu in Somalia until the first week in December. Activity is mostly on 40, 30 and 20 metres using FT8 and FT4, but also CW and SSB. QSL direct to his home call. Lee, DS4NMJ is QRV as DT8A as part of a scientific team on […]

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DX News – 14 November 2021

| November 12, 2021

TM60ANT will be on air from the 16th to the 30th of November to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Antarctic Treaty signature. Operated by François, F8DVD from Mâcon, JN26JH, operations will be on the 10 to 40m bands. Information about the event and the QSL route can be found on Robert, S53R is now […]

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DX News – 7 November 2021

| November 5, 2021

David, F4FKT will be active as FT4YM and FT4YM/P from Antarctica until late February or early March. In his spare time he will operate mainly SSB on the 20 and 40m bands from various bases. Updates will be posted to the Polar DX Group’s Facebook group. QSL via F5PFP. Gunter, DK2WH will be active as […]

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DX News – 31 October 2021

| October 29, 2021

Remo, HB9SHD will be active as 8Q7RM from the Maldives, IOTA reference AS- 013, throughout November. He will operate mainly FT8, with some SSB and slow CW, on the 6 to 40m bands. QSL via his home call either direct or via the bureau, Club Log’s OQRS and Logbook of the World. Richard, NN2T and […]

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