Category Archives: DXCC

A non-contester’s results of the IARU HF Championship

Unless you were asleep at the dial you probably heard a lot of yelling, begging, and contacts being made on the HF bands yesterday.  From 1200Z yesterday to 1200Z today stations were on the air doing what contest stations do … Continue reading

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Sked and QSL from GM3YOR

While looking over my DXCC statistics I noticed that my log didn’t match the DX station’s log as uploaded to Clublog.  I double checked my log and it looked like a good QSO but upon checking with the DX station … Continue reading

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DXCC Entity # 153 – Asiatic Russia

Taking immediate advantage of my new Extra Class privileges, last night I picked up a new DXCC entity – Asiatic Russia.  This one has been difficult for me.  I worked the entity back in 2002 but couldn’t get a confirmation.  … Continue reading

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Confirmed DXCC Entity #149: South Cook Islands

Thursday was QSL bureau day (the day in which I receive cards from the bureau).  If that wasn’t exciting enough, I also received an envelope with a return address of “Rarotonga, Cook islands”!  Oh yeah, I finally got E51JD confirmed!  … Continue reading

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Crossing the 150 mark

Yesterday I unofficially* crossed the 150 mark.  That’s 150 DXCC entities worked.  I’ve actually worked 151 as I just picked up 3B8CF (Mauritius Island (AF-049)) tonight on 20m CW.  That means I’ve added 21 new entities to my log just … Continue reading

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