HNY 2018

To all DX comunuty, Happy New Year from Mediterraneo Dx Club

VP6D Ducie isl.

VP6D Ducie Island 2018 DXpedition (OC-182)

The Perseverance DX Group ( is pleased to announce their planned activation of Ducie Island (a Marine Protected Area), currently Clublog #29 most wanted. Planning has begun for an expedition in Oct/Nov, 2018.

Landing permission, visas and radio license have been issued. A team of 14 operators will be on the island for up to 14 days. The team will depart from Mangareva, French Polynesia aboard the expedition ship Braveheart. Seven (7) operating positions are planned for 160-10 meters, SSB/CW/Digital, including FT8.

The team includes: Dave K3EL, Pista HA5AO, Les W2LK, Heye DJ9RR, Mike WA6O, Jacky ZL3CW, Arnie N6HC, Steve W1SRD, Chris N6WM, Laci HA0NAR, Ricardo PY2PT, Walt N6XG, Gene K5GS, currently one open position to be filled.

Watch the usual DX sources – we will announce additional details as they develop. QSL SERVICE FOR MDXC MEMBERS

Website:, Twitter and Facebook will also be available.

Please direct questions to:


6O6O Somalia

Kenneth, LA7GIA and Adrian, KO8SCA bring some good news for the festive period!

“We have received an invitation from the Ministry to come and do amateur radio transmission in Somalia. We have received the license 6O6O, and we travel Jan 3rd. We hope to be QRV in the evening local time. We will stay there for 12 full days operating on all modes/bands 160-10m. However, this will mostly be a CW operation”.

Kenneth goes on to say:

LoTW certificate is received. Our gear consists of:

* 2 x Elecraft K3 radios
* 2 X PA (Elecraft KPA500 W + 1kW amplifier)
* 2 el beam 20-10m
* BigIr 40-10m vertical
* 80m, full size vertical
* 160m, inv L
* RX antennas: 200m beverages to NA, EU, VK, Asia and SA.
* We have some backup TX antennas and RX antennas (K9AY, BOG)

QSL manager will be Charles M0OXO.

In conjunction with this trip we organize a fundraiser for Doctors Without Borders in Somalia. All donations received will be earmarked to DWOB in Somalia. Donations are not sought for the ham side of the DXpedition, but we hope everyone will consider a small contribution to the fundraiser. Contributions can be given either by paypal or when doing OQRS through M0OXO website. If we have good wifi – we will provide instant Club Log and LoTW QSL SERVICE ACTIVE FOR MDXC MEMBERS

Please see for details. [dx-world]


UPDATE 28/02/2018:

With just 3 weeks to go before our departure, all preparations are now complete for our forthcoming DXpedition to Malawi. Our 7Q7EI license is in hand, our 14 man team is complete, station design is complete, flight tickets are paid for and our hotel are excitedly awaiting for our arrival. 

Be sure to check out our VOACAP propagation prediction tool to your exact QTH, but right now, propagation looks favourable to most areas.
Upto 5 stations will be QRV on all HF bands from 160m through 10m, on CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8!

The 7Q7EI team will also participate in the upcoming CQ WPX SSB contest in the Multi Multi category. 
Thanks to those who have already supported our DXpedition and remember, whoever donates over $20 will receive a FREE QSL card…it’s our way of saying thanks! See
Please keep an eye on our website as this will be updated on a regular basis now as we begin our travels.
See you in the pile-ups.
vy 73 de 7Q7EI Team.

The EIDX Group are delighted to announce their next DXpedition for 2018.

A team of 14 operators will be QRV for two consecutive weekends from March 21st to April 3rd also taking in the WPX SSB contest.

The team have carefully selected an ideal location on the shores of Lake Malawi and will be QRV on all bands from 160m through 10m, SSB, CW and RTTY.
QSL for MDXC members via qsl service

3B7 St Brandon archipelago

DXpedition to St Brandon archipelago – 3B7. Initially planned on October 2017, it is finally the period of March-April 2018 which was selected. It presents a maximum of favourable conditions.
official site:

QSL service for MDXC Members

Balkans tour

Costantino Iz7GXB  MDXC #067, is active holiday style from Macedonia as Z3/Iz7GXB, Montenegro as 4O7GXB and Albania as ZA/Iz7GXB in August 2017.

more info on

QSL is ok via qsl service of MDXC.


David, OK6DJ inform that members of CDXP Amateur Radio Group will be active from Mauritania 18 – 26 September 2017 as 5T5OK.
Team – OK1BOA, OK1CRM, OK6DJ, OK1FCJ, OK1GK, OK2ZA, OK2ZI plus local operators 5T0JL and 5T2AI.
They will operate on 160 – 6m CW, SSB, RTTY.


5L3BI AF-111

Group of Radio Amateurs in collaboration with Liberian Radio Amateur Association will be active from Baiyah Island, IOTA AF – 111

1 – 4 November 2017 as 5L3BI.
They will operate on HF Bands.

TN5E – Congo

Ken, LA7GIA will be active from Republic of the Congo 25 May – 4 June 2017 as TN5E.
He will operate on 80 – 10m.
He will use Elecraft K3 HF transceiver, amplifier Ameritron ALS 500.
Antennas 2 element yagi 20, 15, 10m, dipoles, delta loop and RX antennas for Low Bands.
FREE LoTW 5th June!! OQRS will be activated, Bureau cards MUST be requested via OQRS!!
Ads for direct QSL:
Charles Wilmott, 60 Church Hill, Royston, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. S71 4NG, England.
QTH – Brazzaville.
QTH Locator – JI75pr.


5V7P Story

The Republic of Togo is a state in West Africa, located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean ( “Gulf of Benin”), the so-called Golden Coast and it is one of the smaller states of the African continent. The coast in the south is only 56 km long. The population is about 7 million and nearly 30% of the population is below the poverty line.

Since the end of the 15th century, the coast of Togo has gradually become the target of Portuguese, Dutch, French and English, especially business with slavers. From the second half of the 19th century the German colonizers grew stronger, in 1884 the German Protectorate was proclaimed over the southern part of Togo, and in 1905 a German colony became a part of the whole territory. Immediately after the outbreak of World War I, Togo occupied the French and British troops. In 1946, Togo became governor’s territory in the British and French administrations. Ten years later, a plebiscite took place in the British-administered part of the country, which led to its joining the Gold Coast (Ghana). The French parts were granted internal government. Read more »

XX9D Team photo

Photo of XX9D with MDXC flag (TNX to the Team)

5V7P Togo

OK1FCJ and OK6DJ will be active from Togo as 5V7P between April 21-28, 2017. QRV on 160-10m, CW/SSB/Digi. QSL via OK6DJ/OQRS/LoTW.

Official site