EUDXF supports the A25RU DXpedition to Botswana

The EUDXF Board of Directors decided to support the just completed A25RU DXpedition to Botswana.
Although this DXpedition according to the funding guidlines is not eligible for support it was decided that because of the current special situation due to the Covid-19 pandemic the team deserves EUDXF support.

More information on the teams website:

Changes in the EUDXF Board

In the past weeks it became clear that Kenneth LA7GIA decided to step back as a EUDXF Board member.
Unfortunately there would be no AGM this year due to the Covid-19 situation which forced the remaining boardmembers to carefully check the rules to find a solution. As a result Achim DF3EC was asked to take the vacant seat as he was the runner-up during the last held AGM. Achim accepted the request and became EUDXF Board Member again.

The EUDXF Board like to say THANK YOU to Kenneth LA7GIA for his period as board member and expecially for the fresh ideas he brought with him.
Also THANK YOU Achim for taking the vacant position in the board.


Ken Opskar

Prof. Dr. Achim Rogmann
Board Member


EUDXF supports VU4R Dxpedition

The EUDXF Board decided to support the upcoming VU4R DXpedition to Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The VU4R Team will be on the air March 20-31 mainly focusing on 160, 80 and 40 and hoping to get on 60 meters too, a first time thing from there. They will also be in the CQ WPX Contest.

On the operator list for this Andamans operation are VU2ABS, VU2BGS, VU2DED, VU2DSI, VU2GHO, VU2KWJ, VU2NT, VU2RS (ex-VU3RSB) and VU3UFE.

The QTH will be the northern tip of Neil Island with a clear shot to Europe and North America. All the antennas will be on the beach.

QSL via M0OXO.

There will also be a Club Log upload when the network connection allows.

There will be at least three stations on the air. They will have a SteppIR and hexbeam for the higher bands and verticals for the lower ones.

More info on their website: