Category: DX

Luis XE1L, SK

XE1L, Luis Chartarifsky, est décédé d’une attaque cardiaque foudroyante, au début de la semaine. Il était âgé de 69 ans. Luis était juste de retour de l’expédition Clipperton TX5K .  Il était connu de par le monde comme un homme souriant et sympathique. XE1L avait confirmé au DXCC 338/352, mixte. Roger Western, G3SXW le décrit …

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IRC et USD à vendre

Bonjour à tous, Suite à l’expédition 5X8C j’ai des billets de 1$ ainsi que des IRC à revendre. 73 de YANN – F1NGP Contact : f1ngp@amra57.org

4W6A

 

THE 4W6A STORY

By Steve Telenius-Lowe, 9M6DXX (G4JVG, 4W6AA)

 

A well-known DXer recently told me that he rarely reads DXpedition reports in radio magazines or DX clubs’ journals. He said they were all the same: “we travelled to an unusual place, we made lots of QSOs, we came back”. To some extent this is true, but what does interest me in a report about a DXpedition are the details that are particular to that particular location: the sort of information that might help me if I wanted to organise a DXpedition to the same place. This may include licensing, why the location was chosen, what went wrong, what went right. And so that is what I will concentrate on in this report. The bare facts and figures can be found in separate tables.