This page contains links to some of great DX peditions , we're trying to send the message that our HOBBY it's great to promotion Friendship and Courtesy around the World. No other hobby has so much facilities like AMATEUR RADIO! Enjoy DX!
- "D" stands for distance and "X" for unknown
First...listening, Second...listening and Third ....listening
"If your primary interest in DX'ing lies in reaching the DXCC Honor Roll, the first and most important skill you must have or must learn is how to listen. No other skill is so important for the DX'er....Two amateurs can sit down, side by side, at two identical receivers, using identical antennas listening to the same band. The experienced and skilled listener will unheart country after country as he tunes across the band, digging rare ones out, exploring, probing; while the casual listener sitting at his side will, spending the same amount of time and with the same objective, hear little or nothing of what's really going on."
Bob Locher, W9KNI. "The Complete DX'er"
INTERNATIONAL CALLSIGNS ALLOCATION http://www.arrl.org/awards/dxcc/rules_changes.html
DXCC COUNTRY LIST BEAM HEADINGS http://mdxa.org/dxcclist.html
DX'ing? What's that?
"Working DX- literally, communicating with distant stations- appeals to nearly every ham sooner or later. It starts innocently enough: You answer the CQ of a foreign station and marvel that your signal has travelled so far. Suddenly you realize that the entire world is at your fingertips. You may continue to work domestic and foreign hams with equanimity, taking your DX casually when it comes along. Or you may find you're seeking out only foreign stations, particularly from countries you haven't worked yet."
Jim Kearman, KR1S. "The DXCC Companion"
RECENT GHANGES DXCC http://www.arrl.org/awards/dxcc/rules_changes.html
CURRENT DXCC LIST NOTES http://www.arrl.org/awards/dxcc/rules_changes.html
The Queen of the DX bands the 20 Meters band.
There is a lot of DX to be worked on any of the HF bands; 20-meter capability is not necessary to achieve a high country total, but it surely helps! No matter what point in the sunspot cycle, there is DX to be worked on 20 at some hour every day, with only an occasional lapse of a day or so courtesy of massive solar storms. Twenty meters is the DX crossroads of the Amateur Radio World. At the high point of the solar cycle, 20 is often open around the world around the clock- the DXer's ultimate dream. And at the bottom of the cycle, especially in the summer months, 20 is often the only band where everyone has a real chance of working DX. If there is going to be a path open to a remote DX spot that is to be workable during difficult conditions, 20
meters will almost always be the band that opens the path"
Bob Locher, W9KNI. "The ARRL Operating Manual - Chap.5"
DXCC INFO http://cpcug.org/user/wfeidt/Dxcc/
ANNOUNCED DX OPERATIONS http://cpcug.org/user/wfeidt/Misc/adxo.html
DX versus rare DX
"There is DX an there is rare DX. What's rare? Rare countries don't have active ham populations. They may be very near or very far, but activity is the determining factor, not distance. Of course, distant DX operators may be harder to work, but if they're active, sooner or later the determined DXer gets trough. The religious enclave of Mt Athos would be easy to work from anywhere in the United States if any active radio amateurs lived there!"
Jim Kearman, KR1S. "The DXCC Companion"
MAPS INFO http://www.graphicmaps.com/clipart.htm
DXCC COUNTRY LIST BEAM HEADINGS
RECENT CHANGES DXCC
CURRENT DXCC LIST NOTES
INTERNATIONAL CALLSIGNS ALLOCATION
ANNOUNCED DX OPERATIONS
Our project's for the near future also on promoting DX fore the next operators generation.
For information about scheduled events and project milestones, see following pages
URE : http://www.ure.es
REP Estoril Coas: http://wwwgeocities.com/ct1bww.
Links for Log's on "GREAT" DX'peditions
6OØCW en http://www.i2ysb.com/6o/logs.htm
WH8/F6EXV en http://www.f5kbw.org/pagesperso/f6exv
TT8M o TT8MD en http://www.pa7fm.nl
SU8BHI en http://www.qsl.net/ha3jb
9M2/G4ZFE y 9M2CNC en http://www.g4zfe.com/logsearch.html
VU4NRO y VU4RBI en http://www.niar.org/vu4/qsl
5V7C Lome, Togo http://5v7c.free.fr/searchlog.php
JW/CT1BWW : http://www.qsl.net/ok8bww/new_page_6.htm
PJ4P : http://www.df7zs.de/log/search.html
PJ4/DF7ZS : http://www.df7zs.de/log/search.html
V31RR : http://www.qsl.net/v31rr/logs.htm
YI9OM y YI1BGD: http://www.qsl.net/om2dx
4S7PAG (AS-171) en http://www.qsl.net/f5pac/4s/index.htm#log
6LØNJ/4 en http://www.dx.or.kr/
G4WFQ/HI9 en http://www.g4wfq.btintemet.co.uk
YVØD (Expedición a la isla de Aves 2004) en http://www.radioclubvenezolano.org
OD5/I1HJT/P, OD5/IK1QBT/P, OD5/I1NVU/P en http://www.qsl.net/ik1qbt/ramkin_index.htm
Listado de indicativos OH en http://www.sral.fi/en/
Log de PA3EXX (SA-092, OC-172, OC-187, OC-255, EU-038, OC-265) en http://home.tiscali.nl/~su042021/index.html
Logs de las operaciones de PA3GIO en http://www.pa3gio.nl/
RIØCM (AS-172) en http://www.mdxc.org/ri0cm/logs.asp
What's happening now on the Bands? What's New?
Several interesting links, Take a quick look to :http://www.terra.es/personal7/eb7haf/
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