3W3MD – vietnam Dx-pedition announce

Do you know Da Nang ? May be yes, may be not. Da Nang city is one of the major port cities in Vietnam, situated on the Est Sea, but, overall, Da Nang will be the next destination of the Mediterraneo International Dx ClubTeam and so it will be soon on air any mode/any band

Great news to save in your DXCC scheduled logbook. First of all the call-sign: 3W3MD

The leader Antonio, IZ8CCW and the co-leader Gabriele, I2VGW, are happy to announce to the Dxer Comunity that, with the great help of a local friend, Bac XV2A, from October 31 to November 10 , they have planned the new dxpedition on the beach of Da Nang.

According to the evaluations that they have done, they are confident to give to a lot of dxers the possibility to work this Country in the Low bands, Warc and especially in the Digis modes.

At the moment the team is already full of skill operators, as a matter of fact: 20 peoeple coming from 8 (eight) Countries. On the air will be five stations around the clock

For any further news and updates please stay tune because the official web site of this new great adventure is coming

73’s MDXC H.Q.

IQ8MD/P Vivara Isl.

19 april 2015, IC8ATA Raul,IC8BMP Felice,IC8DAK Paolo,IC8FGU Enzo,IC8FQU Giannino MDXC members, well be actived as IQ8MD/P, from Vivara island,
IOTA EU-031, MIA NA-005, IIA C-005, IFF-331. Qsl manager for this activity IC8ATA Raul, direct or via  buro. The team is actived with 2 stations in same time, 10 to 40mt.

E30FB – Eritrea: Photo’s

We receive and publish some photos that our friends shippers have sent to us during operations DX . Aboute the table the logo MDXC sponsor activity

The Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of E30FB

Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members is good standing with the share in 2015.

More information on the official website.


Paul N6PS



9Q0HQ: The Photo

The flag of the Mediterraneo Dx Club waving in Congo. The Mediterraneo DX Club is sponsor of 9Q0HQ.

Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members.

More information on the Official site.






Welcome to…

Welcome to our new members: Dario Maragno, Gianluigi Costa, Gianpaolo Bianchi, Vittorio Giovanardi, Gianluca Tassinari, Domenico Bocchetta, Flavio Begamasco, Paolo Prandi, Vanni Chioccoloni.



IZ3XBL – MDXC#404 Dario Maragno from Schio (Vi), Italy;

IW3IOD – MDXC#394 Gianluigi Costa from San Giorgio in Bosco (Pd), Italy;

I2YPY – MDXC#389 Gianpaolo Bianchi from Mantova, Italy;

IZ4UFS – MDXC#455 Vittorio Giovanardi from Poggio Renatico (Fe), Italy;

IZ4ORO – MDXC#501 Gianluca Tassinari from Cento (Fe), Italy;

IZ1NJG – MDXC#419 Domenico Bocchetta from Invorio (No), Italy;

IK1YDB – MDXC#409 Flavio Bergamasco from Genova, Italy;

IZ2GAJ – MDXC#653 Paolo Pradi from Pavia, Italy;

IK0UTM – MDXC#678 Vanni Chioccoloni from San Nicolo di Celle (Pg), Italy;


Chris was also actievd as VK7FG end 9 March for VK7FG, H44NT is possible asking qsl via QSL SERVICE

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E30FB – Eritrea Project 2015

The Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of E30FB

Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members is good standing with the share in 2015.

More information on the official website. Read more »

The MDXC flag waving on Juanfernandez

The flag of the Mediterraneo Dx Club waving in Juanfernandez. The Mediterraneo DX Club was sponsor of 3G0ZC.

Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members. More information on the official website. Read more »

Welcome to…

Welcome to our new members: Patrizio Gianelli, Manolo Landri, Massimiliano Presti, Emilio Piccicacchi, Carlo Rosario Coppola, Alessandro Formisano, Filippo Simonetti, Roberto Corgiuolu, Angelo Ferrrentino, Daki Milan, Amateur Radio Association Volunteers A.R.V.O.

IW5DOK – MDXC #428 Patrizio Gianelli from Volterra (Pi), Italy;

IU3BTQ – MDXC #431 Manolo Landri from Spinea (Ve), Italy;

IZ8FQI – MDXC #425 Massimiliano Presti from Castello di Cisterna (Na), Italy;

IK8DYM – MDXC #432 Emilio Piccicacchi from Casapulla (Ce), Italy;

IZ8GNR – MDXC #196 Carlo Rosario Coppola from Alvignano (Ce); Italy;

IW8EHK – MDXC #401 Alessandro Formisano from Angri (Sa), Italy;

IW8EDA – MDXC #418 Filippo Simonetti from Piazzolla Di Nola (Na), Italy;

IK0PRG – MDXC #421 Roberto Corgiuolu from Tivoli (Rm), Italy;

IZ8GEX – MDXC #422 Angelo Ferrentino from Castel San Giorgio (Sa), Italy;

9A2WJ – MDXC #459 Daki Milan Drlic from Croatia;

IQ9UI – MDXC#611 Amateur Radio Association Volunteers from Ragusa, Italy;

Nauru DXpedition 2015: (IOTA OC-031) C21EU

The Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of C21EU

Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members is good standing with the share in 2015.

More information on the official website


PA3EWP, DL6JGN, DK2AMM and DL2AWG will be active from Nauru as C21EU between March 25 to April 4, 2015 (IOTA OC-031).

Activity will be on 40-10 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes. One station running 24/7. Focus on the end of the sunspot cycle is on the high bands.
Subject to a reliable internet connection, they will upload the log to Clublog on a daily basis.

QSL via DL2AWG (OQRS, direct, bureau).


K1N Interview for MDXC by W0GJ

1- The 1st question is “mandatory” Dott. Glenn: it has been 25 years from the last activity in KP1.   This made of Navassa the Most Wanted #1. How did you feel being part of the team?


We have been working on getting permission to operate from Navassa (and Desecheo) since 1998.   It has been a very long and difficult road working to get permission from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service who has jurisdiction over these entities.   We had two Congressional hearings in Washington, D.C., and several presentations and several appeal hearings (like a court hearing) at various high level USFWS offices.   In 2009 we were granted permission for Desecheo (K5D) and we thought that Navassa would follow within 18-24 months.   However, several key individuals retired and several were re-assigned to other posts and Navassa never happened.   We literally had to start completely over with presentations and hearings. A small team of us (the KP1-5 Project) have spent untold thousands of hours working on this project. Consequently, the pressure to perform and make Navassa a successful operation was enormous.   We carefully selected a team that were not only good operators, but experienced in logistics and other needed skills.   During the entire preparatory time and during the operation there was not one instance of conflict or personality problems.   We were focused to work together as a team and to be as efficient as possible.

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