KH1/KH7Z Baker Island

For Immediate Release: Friday 27 April, 2018 Following a successful Visalia DX Convention, the KH1/KH7Z team met in Cupertino this week to assemble the stations and network in preparation of landing on Baker in 2 months.   The DXpedition [...]

9M0Z Spratly Islands AS-051

“James Brooks 9V1YC and Chris R. Burger ZS6EZ will operate from Layang Layang in the Spratlys from 8 to 15 May 2016. 3,5 to 28 MHz; mostly CW, some RTTY and perhaps a little SSB. QSL via ClubLog OQRS. Direct and bureau cards will be available. Those [...]

Video of ZL8R, Kermadec 2006

The video of ZL8R is available online. That was the Dxpedition to Kermadec that took place in 2006. Click on the image.

Video of VK0IR

As we follow the Braveheart’s progress (https://share.delorme.com/vk0ek), carrying the VK0EK team, let’s rediscover the VK0IR Dxpedition to Heard island of 1997. Click the image.

Video of A52A

The video of A52A, the famous Dxpedition to Bhutan conducted in 2000, is available online. Click the picture.    

Video of FO0AAA, Clipperton 2000

Another video made by James, 9V1YC is available online. This is about FO0AAA, the Dxpedition to Clipperton that took place in 2000. Click on the image below.

Video of ZL9CI, 1999

Here is the video of ZL9CI, the Dxpedition that took place in 1999. This is yet another video produced by James, 9V1YC. Click the pic and watch.

Video of VP8GEO, South Georgia, 2002

Are you following VP8SGI, the DXpedition to South Georgia? Are you fascinated by those subantarctic landscapes? Then, don’t miss the video of VP8GEO, the 2002 DXpedition that took place from the same QTH as VP8SGI. Click the picture to [...]

The video of VP8THU, South Sandwich 2002, is online

With the current VP8STI – VP8SGI Dxpedition putting to a severe test the team members on Southern Thule, we, in the comfort of our homes, are trying to imagine the extreme climatic situation in those remote lands. In order to know more [...]

The future of DXpeditions…

The future of DXpeditions… by Paul N6PSE I recently read a blog post on DX Coffee by Rich-KY6R about the future of DXpeditions. Rich’s entry raised many more questions than answers. I’ll try to weigh in on this subject and answer from [...]

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