Category Archives: DXing

Oh, did I mention six meters was open?

Turning on the radio this morning I was surprised to hear Puerto Rico coming in loud and clear on 50.125MHz. Once I had KP4EIT and HI3TEJ (Dominican Republic) in the logs I checked the DX Cluster to check the activity. … Continue reading

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Algeria – DXCC Confirmed Entity #122

I received confirmation for my August contact with 7X4AN, today.  Most excited to receive another “new one” I confirmed receipt of the QSL.  Mohamed is one of those courteous CW operators that will happily slow down for you if you … Continue reading

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N4I QSLs Available

I received the QSL cards for the N4I DXpedition today.  Received QSLs have been answered and will go out in tomorrow’s mail.

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DXpedition to Core Banks NA-067

A small cadre of hams invaded Core Banks (Portsmouth Island), North Carolina (NA-067) for the 2011 Islands on the Air (IOTA) contest as N4I.  Although many others activated NA-067 from other islands that were much easier to get to, Eric … Continue reading

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Feeling international this week.

A friend of mine in the Fedora Project reminded me how much fun Ham Radio really is.  That was at the beginning of February and since then I have put almost 300 new contacts in my logbook.  I have also … Continue reading

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