Beautiful scenery, emerald sea, beaches with white sands and sun rays falling among the leaves of the palm trees while watching the sunset. Villa a few meters from the sea and this is a perfect work of nature, which are engraved in the memory forever. Friendly citizens and our two weeks (amateur radio) paradise are Comoros Islands. Read more »
TL8TT: The photo
We receive and publish with pleasure the team photo which these days is on the Central African Republic. Of course the MDXC is a sponsor of the group Italian Dxpedition team. The Italian DXpedition Team announces the date of the TL8TT DXpedition to Central African Republic. The actvity will cover two weeks, 1 to […]
Also the year 2016 saw us very busy in supporting the best and most important dx-peditions (see attached table) around the world. This required a great economic effort and showed that the MDXC is in full “vogue” in DX scene. For all dx-peditions has been provided to MDXC Members the QSL by our QSL-SERVICE. The […]
Merry Christmas 2016
The Mediterraneo Dx Club staff wishes all members a happy and peaceful Christmas for you and your families. Happy Holidays and best wishes for joy and peace.
LA7GIA will be active from Central African Republic as TL8AO between November 10-22, 2016. QTH: Bangui. .
MDXC is one of the sponsors – QSL is ok via QSLSERVICE
we recived the beautiful photo of D66D Team.
Andrea IZ1MHY is actived as 8Q7MD from 2 to 12 October 2016 on SSB, JT65, SIM31 and other digi mode, band 10 to 40mt Holiday style with yaesu 857 and vertical multibands home made. Qsl via direct H.C., LOTW or 9A8ARS buro
From April 29th to May 10th, 2016, a team made up of Seb F5UFX, Flo F5CWU, Vincent F4BKV, Gil F4FET, Yann F1NGP, Pat F2DX, Jack F6BEE, Pascal F5PTM, Diégo F4HAU, Chris EA3NT, went to Juan de Nova, an island located between Madagascar and Mozambique. The island is flat, and covers an area of 4.4 kilometers square. It is surrounded by a coral reef which harbours a vast lagoon. Forests, mainly of Casuarinaceae (Le Filao), cover about half the island. It is named after a Portuguese captain Joao da Nova who discovered it in 1501. In the absence of foreign presence, the island is attached to the colonial empire of France in 1896 and passed under French flag the following year. Since 2007, it is attached like the other Scattered islands to the administration of the TAAF (Terres Australes et Antarctiques Françaises). Read more »