* Topband advice by George, AA7JV
Hello TopBanders –The KH1/KH7Z will be active on 160m from Baker Island from June 27 to July 6 (note that dates are tentative and may change — please visit http://baker2018.net/ for updates).
The Perseverance DX Group (PDXG) has announced plans to activate Ducie Island — a marine protected area — in October and November of 2018. The last Ducie Island DXpedition was VP6DX in 2008. Ducie is currently the 29th most-wanted DXCC entity according to ClubLog. The 2018 DXpedition would operate as VP6D. Continue reading
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Radio amateurs who plan to go without their equipment look at our website and receive assistance in obtaining radio equipment and antennas from the Owner in new places during the lease.
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(As seen on Southgate ARC)
Chung, VA7YM, will be active as YJ0YM from Port Vila, Efate Island (OC-035) between April 6-17th. Continue reading
The VHF/UHF DX Book was written in the early to mid-1990s by a team of experienced VHF/UHF DXers and equipment developers, in an effort to pass on our knowledge and stimulate further developments. Continue reading
VY0ERC will be active from Eureka, Ellesmere Island (NA-008), Nunavut when time permits starting from January 22, 2017 probably till beginning of March.
Please, follow us on Twitter and QRZ.com https://twitter.com/vy0erchttps://www.qrz.com/db/VY0ERC
Members of the Experimenterende Danske Radioamatører (EDR) will be active as OZ90EDR, OX90EDR and 5P90EDR from Greenland (NA-018) throughout the year 2017. Continue reading
All Coastal Ham Radio members wish both members and non members alike a fantastic and safe Long Weekend. For those DX’ers outside the country try to make a contact with VE/VA and remember the RAC Canada Day contest starts at 0:00 UTC July 1.
Earlier in the week Dom, 3Z9DX, has received confirmation from the North Korean government to make a return trip to P5 and operate amateur radio with equipment for up to 5 days. Continue reading