QSL card preview – TK9ZM

The final courtesy of a QSO is the QSL”. When the QSL is a nice card, pleasantness is double! This is the beautiful QSL Card of TK9ZM DXpedition from Corsica Island by Sebastian, member from MDXC #788

The Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of  TK9ZM Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members.

More information on the official website

 

 


TO2TT: Mayotte Is.

The “Italian DXpedition Team” are pleased to announce their next activity will be from Mayotte Island as TO2TT between October 3-17, 2013. HF Pilot station: IK7JWY 6M band Pilot station: IK0FTA Software Management (real-time log on line) by IH9GPI

The Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of TO2TT Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members.

More information on the Official website


FT5ZM: PRESS RELEASE #4

We receive and publish updates on the DXpedition FT5ZM. We remember that the Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of FT5ZM. Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members.

 

Our landing site is on an outcropping along the north coast of the island near the base. Landing can be difficult due to the direct exposure to the open sea. Both our arrival and departure times could be effected by the weather and high seas.

FT5ZM Operating Sites We have been assigned two operating sites on the north end of the island. One site, a shelter called Mataf, is located just northeast of the base. It is over 400 feet from the sea and the beach area has small cliffs, is rugged and rocky, and is exposed to the high sea. Having antenna’s at the water’s edge is not really an option. The slope Antonelli downward and to the north favors propagation to most major Mataf population areas. We will use verticals for the low bands and 3-element Yagis for the high bands. Read more »


XR0ZR Juan Fernandez: Update#2

The Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of XRØZR. Free internal QSL serviceavailable for all MDXC Members.

 

Finally, the team was completed! We are pleased to to share our experience with Hans, DL6JGN.

The flights and locations have already been fixed and confirmed. Now the team will focus on technical aspect of the DXpedition, such as antennas, radios and rx systems.

Unfortunately, the island is surrounded by high mountains, and certainly does not allow us to be open to 360 degrees. Despite this, we will place our setup of antennas in order to satisfy the largest number of amateur radio operators as possible.

Surely, a major focus will be given to the RTTY, which we think is highly requested by the hamradio community. Read more »


FT5ZM: PRESS RELEASE #3

We receive and publish updates on the DXpedition FT5ZM. We remember that the Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of FT5ZM. Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members.

 

PRESS RELEASE #3

Since our last Press Release in early May, the Amsterdam Island DXpedition team has made significant progress. We have begun receiving supplies and equipment at our Atlanta staging area.  Thanks to N4GRN for arranging secure storage.  DX Engineering was the first to deliver a large shipment.  They have been terrific to work with.  Our 10 mono-band, 3 element beams from Cycle 24 and Force 12 are expected to arrive in the next few weeks. The 30 foot towers for our beams are being acquired by our friends in VK6.

W6IZT, N4GRN, K9CT, and VA7DX have completed the networking framework for the two station sites.  They have obtained the computers and network equipment, completed a terrain analysis, and they have equipment in the “burn in” stage.

WB9Z and his crew have prepared over 10,000 feet of radials for the Amsterdam low band antennas.  Thanks go to NV9L, K9NU, N9TK, K9TP, N9LAH, W9ILY, K9CJ, and “Lee.” Read more »


1000+ MDXC Facebook page followers

This is for all our awesome 1000+ Facebook fans! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
We just reached 1000+ Facebook fans. This is why we would like to say a special thank you to all our fans, friends, followers and readers.


QSL card preview: H44S & H44AJ

Here is a preview of the OC-285 QSL-card that our Members will receive directly by mail as soon as the manager be able to process requests, thanks to our QSL Service. The Mediterraneo DX Club was a sponsor of H44S & H44AJ.


TK9ZM – Corsica Island

Sebastian, IK2WZM will be operating from the 2nd to the 8th of September, 2013 from Corsica with the call TK9ZM, license provided by the French ministry for the occasion. Sebastian is member from MDXC #788.

The Mediterraneo DX Club is a sponsor of  TK9ZM Free internal QSL service available for all MDXC Members.

More information on the official website

 


QSL card preview – 9H3ZU

The final courtesy of a QSO is the QSL”. When the QSL is a nice card, pleasantness is double! This is the beautiful QSL Card of 9H3ZU DXpedition from Gozo Island IOTA EU-023 by F4CZU Bruno.

Thanks you for sharing, Bruno, preview your QSL card with the logo of MDXC

 

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Friedrichshafen Ham Fest 2013

The team has made an first appointment during the Ham Fest in Germany. They discussed the first strategy, organizations and setup, As always this event was also an opportunity to get together and have fun.

 

 

I2VGW & RFHAM

 

Other photo is online on http://www.mdxc.org/bangladesh2013/photo/ .

 


T30PY & T30SIX : Video

We are pleased to tell you the video of the DXpedition T30PY. This DX pedition was sponsored by our club in the year 2012. The video is uploaded on the Vimeo website of .

Thanks again and good vision !

T30PY W.Kiribati DXpedition Official Website, available at the url http://www.mdxc.org/t30py