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Archive for 'Soundclips'

DX report from last week


Posted: November 19th, 2008 under DX, Hamradio, Soundclips.

XW1B was on 40M with a BIG signal on Saturday. He just put up his new MonstrIR. I didn’t work him on 40M. I have the country, and he was running North-America. I made a soundclip of him. VP9KF gave me a new country on 20M (#268). Other DX worked was N5WBF in NM on […]


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LoTW updates – lots of DX with recordings


Posted: November 3rd, 2008 under DX, Hamradio, LoTW, Soundclips.

I uploaded an update to LoTW last week. With this upload, I got several new confirmations this time. YB4IR 40M SSB, 5Z4/RW1AU on 40M and 30M CW, HQ9R on 40M  RTTY and ZD9ZM 30M CW, 15M RTTY and 12M CW. With ZD9ZM, I now have 191 LoTW confirmations. On the DX front is was pretty […]


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TO5DX – St. Barthelemy worked for a new one


Posted: October 24th, 2008 under DX, Dxpedition, Hamradio, Soundclips.

Finally. St. Barthelemy is in the log. That makes 320 total. I have followed the activity during the week, but never had a chance to work them. The band and time just hasn’t been correct for me. However, on Thursday, I had time before work, and they finally popped up on 40M. They had a […]


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Several new ones – V8, 5Z, 9L, YB, C5, VK9DWX


Posted: October 21st, 2008 under DX, Hamradio, Soundclips.

The last week has been pretty productive when it comes to new countries. Wednesday gave me 5Z4/RW1AU on 30M (# 221 30M). V85SS was worked on 40M CW Thursday evening. This was a new country on 40M and CW. The signal was up and down, but mostly 559. It's only the second contact with Brunei, […]


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VK9DWX QSO and soundclips


Posted: October 15th, 2008 under DX, Dxpedition, Hamradio, LoTW, Soundclips.

I finally managed to work VK9DWX Willis Island yesterday. They had a great signal on 40M, and I managed to make recordings of my own QSO and a few minutes of totally chaos on the frequency. Listen to the three soundclips below. In case you haven’t been following DX-bulletins, Willis Island is activated by a […]


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