ZM90DX is a special event station celebrating 90 years of DX in ZL.
Great news from the team in that they have now passed the 50,000 qso mark and still have around 6 months of the event still to run.
”1923 and 1924 marked the zenith of long distance communication records and which culminated on the 18th of October 1924 with the First Trans-Global radio contact. Between 0615 and 0730 UTC Frank Bell (a sheep farmer) Z4AA (ZL4AA) in Shag Valley Otago New Zealand and Cecil Goyder (an 18 year old student) at Mill Hill School in London using the school callsign G2SZ communicated on the 90 metre band”.
Thanks to all that have supported and worked the station so far.