ZL9HR activated from Campbell Island, a sub-antarctic island located 52°32?S 169°8?E. The DX expedition is organized by the Hellenic Amateur Radio Association of Australia, and comprises a multinational on-island team as well as a supporting crew in Australia and around the world.
Worked them on 40 & 20m SSB (listen 20m QSO below) and it was quite easy. Heard the signal on 40m /SSB but very...
An international team of radio amateurs and scientists travels by schooner to remote and barren Howland Island and is stranded for a week due to high surf. A planned 9 day visit was extended to 15 days. Howland Island is best known as the destination of the ill fated final flight of Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan and is located near the intersection of the equator...
Three Greek hams are announcing on their blogs that well-known DXpeditioner Baldur Drobnica DJ6SI has been arrested in Greece allegedly for espionage, while in holiday on the island of Kos. He was “producing strange noises” with his computer (CW and RTTY). His activity was spotted on DX clusters. The first blog is featuring a video with explanations in Greek language presented by Baldur’s...
YCCC invited me to help produce an instructional video on SO2R operating, the most challenging way to maximize QSO rate.
Thanks to Randy K5ZD for giving us a look at this unique mode of operating.
For maximum benefit, listen to this segment with STEREO HEADPHONES.
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Amateur Radio operators are prohibited from performing Dxpeditions in the Archipelago of S?o Peter & St Paul (PY0S).
The archipelago consists of a set of rocky islands located in the northern hemisphere, on the Mid Atlantic ridge (00 ° 55.01 'N and 029 ? 20, 76 'W, about 1100 km from the city of Natal - Rio Grande do Norte and 520 km from the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha - PE).