Update on Ham Radio Operation in Turkey

  Update on Ham Radio Operation in Turkey There is no ham radio license revoked in Turkey and ham radio operators are operating normally. The reports on ham radio licenses being revoked by The Supreme Council of Radio and Television (RTUK) [...]

CY9M: The Day Lady Luck Smiled

Reviewing the Summer 2012 DX travelogue, one can’t avoid talking about CY9M. This expedition, undertaken by a ten member international team, took place from 26 July to 1 August, from Saint-Paul Island (NA-094 – loc. FN97). The island, known [...]

9M4SLL: Limited Gear – Off the Charts Performance!

Reviewing the summer of 2012 from a DX perspective requires us to talk about the 9M4SLL DXpedition to Pulau Layang Layang, Spratly Islands (AS-051) between August 7th and 13th. It hasn’t been the only activation from that archipelago this [...]

PH9HB/AM: Amateur Radio from Cloud Nine

Among the operational suffixes that amateur radio is acquainted with, one is quite rare, but probably the most fascinating. We’re talking about /AM, Areonautical Mobile, which basically refers to a station with wings, and this underscores [...]

1A0C – Press Release #2

Following the first press release about 1A0C, we proudly announce that the website associated with the amateur radio activity to be held from 1st to 4th of July, 2012 in Santa Maria del Priorato is now on-line. You can visit the site at http://www.1a0c.com.

1A0C – Press Release #1

Thirty years have passed since 1A made its way onto the DXCC list. And an activation by an International team looks to celebrate the uniqueness of this event. So, from the 1st to the 4th July, we will listen to them on the air as 1A0C from Santa [...]

7O6T: No Sleep, No Rest at 300 QSOs per Hour

It’s been but a couple weeks since the 7O6T final announcment, and DXCoffee proudly brings its readers a comprehensive, all-inclusive interview with team leader Dimitri Zhikharev, RA9USU.

7O6T and 6O0CW: All Things Considered

As the words of this story take form on your computer’s monitor, the teams of 7O6T (Socotra Island, Yemen) and 6O0CW (Galkayo, Somalia) have already landed home. That’s why what we’re discussing here is most appropriate – [...]

WE1SPN – A New Club is Born

A few hobbies, like ham radio, are ideal for for attracting like-minded new people who share a common interest. That’s why amateur radio clubs play a central and pivotal point for radio aficionados worldwide – and such can certainly [...]

The Pacific Ocean – N7OU’s Ham Radio Home

There are hams without a radio station in their homes, who are active only from portable stations, in shacks for rent or doing DXpeditions. Such cases are normally a consequence of poor radio conditions in the domestic area (maybe due to heavy [...]

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