The EUDXF is happy to confirm they will support the upcoming DXpedition to Swains Island by an international team.
From 10 March until 25th of March 2020 a group of 10 international operators will be active from Swains Island as W8S.
Operators: AG4W, DJ9HX, DJ9ON, DL2AMD, DL6JGN (Team leader), DL6KVA, KO8SCA, PA3EWP, PA4WM and PG5M.
They will run 4 stations simultaneously, 24 hours a day from 2 different camps. The main modes will be CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8. On some bands they plan to be active in 2 modes at the same time.
Online log: As their is no reliable internet on the island the team will use Clublog OQRS after return to Pago Pago American Samoa.
The logs will be uploaded by our QSL manager to LOTW.
The QSL manager is Gerben PG5M
More information on their website: https://swains2020.lldxt.eu/
The EUDXF is happy to confirm they will support the upcoming DXpedition to Marquesas, French Polynesia, by an international team.
The callsign will be: TX7T
Activity from 6 to 18 November 2019 by 8 operators: F6BCW VE7KW VA7DX W5RF W5MJ K5PI W5SJ and K4UEE.
Bands: 160m to 6m – Split on reception
Radio: 3 transceivers K3 with amplifiers 500W
Antennas: L inv 160m – 2 el Delta horizontal 80m – Hexbeam 2 el 40m and 20m to 10m – Vertical 2 el in phase 40m – Moxon 30m and 15m – Hexbeam 2 el 20m to 6m.
Modes: CW – SSB – FT8
Minimum 2 stations in operation 24 hours per day
QSL via M0URX
More information on the website: http://marquesas2019.com/
The Czech DXpedition group is organizing a DX pedition again.
Destination this time is San Andres signing the special callsign 5K0K
The plan is to be on air from 16-17 till 28 october 2019.
The team consists of experienced DX Operators: Petr OK1BOA, Palo OK1CRM, Petr OK1FCJ, Pavel OK1GK , Ruda OK2ZA, Ludek OK2ZC, Karel OK2ZI, David OK6DJ and Roberto HK3CW.
The Qsl manager : ok6dj
Their aim is to make contact with us not just well equipped TOP stations but also small pistols from hidden spaces around the world. We want to give new band points, modes or ATNO. Significant emphasis will be placed not only on lower bands but also on new digital modes.
We will be at the destination for a long time, and we firmly believe that we satisfy a large part of the radio amateur population.
More information on the team webpage http://www.cdxp.cz/. and their Facebook page