- Created on Monday, 27 February 2017 08:57
The Hexbeam tilt is a simple but effective tool to ease the process of lowering the Hexbeam to a safe position to work on or to mount to the tower or mast.
Hexbeam Tilt will also work for other antennas such as:
Cubical Quad antennas
and many more
For further information visit the Hexbeam Shop by clicking here or the image to the left.
- Created on Saturday, 25 February 2017 18:30
The 9G5X Team have today announced their website going live.
You can see more information about the upcoming Dxpeditiion by viewing the website here;
- Created on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 06:59
Latest press release from the 9N7EI Team Leader EI9FBB;
In just 2 weeks from now, 12 members from the EI DX Group will begin their travels to Nepal for their 10 day operation from the hills high above Kathmandu. The 9N7EI team report that they have located a different QTH which has truly spectacular views in all directions. Sited at over 6,000 feet above sea level, "we now have the clear path we were looking for towards NA/EU."
- Created on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 15:41
M1ACB, M0VFC and M0IDA will be QRV as C6APY from Little Harbour Cay, Berry Islands (NA-054) next month.
They'll be flying to C6 on March 2nd and after several days of travel they plan to begin operations "around the 4th March", depending on weather. They will have three stations running 100 watts with most of their activity on 40-15 Meters on SSB and CW. Plans are to be QRV until March 10th or 11th, as they fly back home on the 12th.
- Created on Sunday, 12 February 2017 00:09
Thanks to Nuria Font Soler EA3WL & Josep Gibert EA3BT for the fast dispatch of the H74B & H74W Cards.
Cards arrived today for their recent trip to Big Corn Island, Nicaragua NA-013.
Many thanks to both! 73/88
- Created on Saturday, 11 February 2017 07:32
QSL Cards for this event arrived from the Team's Printer yesterday & will be mailed later this morning. The team asked me not to preview the Qsl design so it would be a surprise when you open the envelope
Thanks to Gil F4FET, Alain F5JTV, Antoine F5RAB and their colleague Jean Claude for their operation from Cezembre Island.
QSL Card available via http://www.m0oxo.com/oqrs/logsearch.php
- Created on Thursday, 09 February 2017 06:50
Qsl cards have now been printed for Saif Alkhayarin for his two Callsigns A71AM and also A71SS.
Saif lives in Dukhan, Qatar and is QRV on all bands using SSB and digital modes but mostly on cw. He is a member of QARS and the A73A Contest Team.
- Created on Tuesday, 07 February 2017 19:23
Harald (DF2WO) has arrived in Rwanda and will soon commence operations as 9X2AW.
He will be using CW, SSB, PSK & JT65 modes.
Please DO NOT send cards via the bureau as they will not arrive.
Please use M0OXO OQRS for all bureau requests.
- Created on Tuesday, 07 February 2017 09:01
The video was produced by Paul 2E1AYS and shows the team members who will be on the Nepal Dxpedition which starts in a few weeks time.
Take a look by clicking on the image above or their website at https://9n7ei.com/
- Created on Wednesday, 01 February 2017 10:35
Chris VK3FY, Lee VK3GK, & Tony VK3TZ will be active from both Christmas Island (IOTA OC-002) as VK9XI and Cocos Keeling Island (IOTA OC-003) as VK9CI in October 2017. The tentative dates are as follows;
Christmas Island between 2nd & 10th October (which coincides with Oceania SSB Contest) and Cocos Keeling Island between the 10th - 17th October (coinciding with the Oceania CW Contest).
They hope to have 2 stations with amplifiers (K3 and KPA500). Ant: 160m/80m/40m Verticals, Hexbeam 20m-6m, 20-10m VDA and 80-10 Doublet. RX Loop and Beverages for 160/80m. They will operate on 10m thro 160m with emphasis on the lower bands using SSB, CW & RTTY. There may be some 6m activity, more details as the plans progress.
- Created on Sunday, 29 January 2017 09:26
Qsl Cards for the recent operation from AS-088 are being mailed Monday 30th January 2017. Please report their arrival.
- Created on Sunday, 29 January 2017 04:54
Information received from Billy GM0OBX;
''Members from Stirling & District Amateur Radio Society (GM6NX) and GMDX group will be active from Liechtenstein 01/06/2017 - 07/06/2017.
Operators are: Hugh GM4UYE, Billy GM0OBX, Jonathan MM0OKG, John 2M0JHN, Ross 2M0*** Modes will be CW, SSB and DATA on 6m 10m 12m 15m 17m 20m 30m 40m 80m.
*Liechtenstein permit UK Intermediate licensee’s to operate under supervision OR on their own as HB0Y/2M0ABC. Also Liechtenstein authority stated that if the call is used on air as GM4UYE in the UK then to sign HB0/GM4UYE*
Whilst looking to give people an ATNO, ANY MONEY RAISED WILL BE DONATED to Yorkhill Children’s Charity / Glasgow Childrens Hospital Charity. Please DONATE VIA PAYPAL or DONATE DURING M0OXO OQRS process.''
- Created on Monday, 23 January 2017 09:07
Eric DU8BRS, Boy DU8EB and Chris VK3FY will activate Mindanao Coastal Islands OC-235 in April 2017.
The Callsign will be DX8ZWC (Zamboanga West ARC) and will comprise of 2/3 Stations working HF 80-6m on SSB & CW.
QSL via M0OXO OQRS or Direct Post Mail.. (Please use OQRS for all Bureau requests)
- Created on Sunday, 22 January 2017 00:57
Aurora has been seen at high latitudes and sporadically at mid-latitudes, but effects are mild. These mild conditions are likely to continue through the weekend. Amateur radio and GPS operators should only experience minor effects.
Get an update on the storm, catch up on aurora photos, and see the first sunspot of solar cycle 25 appear!
Click the image above to see the full Video.
- Created on Sunday, 22 January 2017 00:01
''Members of the newly formed EI DX Group are delighted to announce this exciting project to Nepal, March 8th to 20th 2017.
For the 1st time, this 11 man, all ‘Echo India’ DXpedition team will operate up to 5 stations continuously for 9 consecutive days on all bands and modes from 80m through 10m.
Our QTH is located 30 kilometers outside Kathmandu, in a quiet suburb sited at 5,600′ above sea level, with great views and take off across the Himalayas.''
- Created on Thursday, 19 January 2017 10:35
Qsl cards have now been printed for Juma Al Kuwari for both his new Callsign A71YY and also his old Callsign A71EM.
Juma lives in the Capital City Doha and is QRV on all bands using SSB and digital modes but mostly on cw.
- Created on Thursday, 19 January 2017 09:45
Qsl Cards have now been printed for the A73A.
A73A is the Callsign of the Doha Contest Team in Qatar. The team are active in most major Contests and you can also find them on Facebook (click here).
- Created on Thursday, 19 January 2017 09:38
Chris, VK3FY plans activity from Kodiak Island IOTA NA-019, Alaska as KL7/VK3FY during July 2017.
Dates to be announced. QRV on HF bands.
Credit DX World.net
- Created on Thursday, 19 January 2017 09:34
Chris, VK3FY plans activity from Tarawa, Kiribati as T30T in December 2017.
Dates to be announced. QRV on HF bands.
Credit DX World.net
- Created on Tuesday, 17 January 2017 06:09
Located in Eureka, Ellesmere Island (NA-008) Nunavut, The Eureka Amateur Radio Club is probably the located in the most Northerly Part of the World.
The Club is located in the environs of the Eureka Weather Station which is itself located at 79 degrees 59 minutes N, 85 degrees 56 minutes W on Ellesmere Island.
VY0ERC will be qrv from Jauary 22nd 2017 until early April. Qrv time will be as and when conditions allow.
VY0ERC is currently operating out of the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) Ridge Laboratory (RidgeLab) located approximately 11 km as the crow flies from the weather station (http://www.candac.ca).
- Created on Sunday, 15 January 2017 01:54
Just a reminder from Leo YC9MLL;
"I have also bought tickets already for Flores Island IOTA OC-151. I will be on air there most probably on January 18-19 7 21st 2017 and then again on the 22, 24 & 25th January 2017.
I will also be qrv in July 2017 again on the same days 21-22 & 24th.
I will be running 100W mostly on 21 MHz around the IOTA calling freq. or at any clear freq. near it. I will try to operate split for better results. I have also 14MHz segment in Indonesia so I may also try that band and 7MHz also if I have a long bamboo pole available. It was not previously planned to be there but it is a great surprise to be allowed to be back."
(I am mailing out a 12m Spiderbeam Pole to Leo so I hope this will be better than his 'bamboo pole'...73 de Charles)