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DXCC Rule removal

Posted: August 20th, 2008 under Hamradio.

Just read this on the ARRL DXCC Blog. I guess it’s because of the new logsearch software many of the latest expeditions have been using. See below to read the rule that was removed.

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More confirmations on LoTW

Posted: August 15th, 2008 under Hamradio, LoTW.

Logged onto my account today, and found FH1LE confirmed on 40M. Thanks for a new one on that band. I had a bit of struggle to get him to get my call though. He had lots of qrn that night, but thanks for pulling me out. SV9GPV and JX/G7VJR is confirmed on 6M together with […]

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Posted: August 7th, 2008 under Hamradio, Homepage, Pictures.

If you go here, you can see the new site that I helped set up. The old site has been removed. It was located at I have also fixed most of the bugs on this site. I’ll probably start blogging a bit more now, that everything is running smoothly. I’m not sure which […]

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5U confirmed on LoTW

Posted: July 30th, 2008 under Hamradio, LoTW.

I noticed today that I got 5U1A, 5U2K and 5U4R confirmed on Logbook of The World. That brings total confirmed on LoTW to 185. Hopefully more and more stations will start using LoTW. Much less work with the papir qsls.If you haven’t started using it yet, please have a look and give it a go.

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Some dx’ing and some updating

Posted: July 24th, 2008 under Hamradio.

6M hasn’t been much interesting lately. Was a miss with ZC4LI. LA8HGA alerted me, but I was too late. On HF I have worked VK9XHZ on 30/40 for 2 new bandcountries. C91XO was worked on 30/40, and was also 2 new bandcountries. 3DA0OK was worked on 17 and 30. 5H3ME was worked on 20. Regarding […]

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