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Archive for 'LoTW'

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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Quick LoTW confirmations and some DX hunting


Posted: October 5th, 2008 under DX, Hamradio, LoTW.

After my last post about Botswana, I managed to work A25/DL7DF on 17M RTTY and 20M SSB. That’s a total of 7 QSO’es. Check the picture for the logsearch. Thank you very much to the team for a great operation. They gave me a total of 3 new band countries and 1 new mode country. […]


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Updates: Morserunner – LoTW – logsearch


Posted: September 24th, 2008 under Hamradio, Homepage, LoTW.

A few updates here and there today: LA9DFA has regained interest in hamradio after a while of absence. He improved his Morserunner score 3 times in a short period. The table on my page is updated. Logsearch has been updated with the latest LA8AJA qso’es. LoTW has been updated with the latest LA8AJA qso’es. Several tweaks […]


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IARU Worked All Continents Certificate New Design


Posted: September 19th, 2008 under Diploma, Hamradio, LoTW.

I just read over at the ARRL DXCC Blog that the WAC (Worked All Continents) certificates are redesigned. One of the interesting things mentioned, are that LoTW will support the WAC award in a future upgrade. I have never applied for any certificates yet, even though I'm qualified for several different ones. Maybe in the future. Original […]


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New LoTW confirmations keep rolling in


Posted: September 17th, 2008 under Hamradio, LoTW.

The new ones this time are GI0WLW, 5X1NH, Z32XX and 1A4A. Thank you very much. My total is closing in on 200 now with 190 confirmed. It’s been pretty quiet on the radiofront with no contacts made in September. However I did do some dx’ing in August. KH6MB was worked on 30M for a new […]


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