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



On the road again, and this time on the road toAfrica to reach their next QTH: just on the banks of the Tanganyika Lake, Bujumbura. As a matter of fact, the leader Antonio, IZ8CCW and the co-leader Gabriele, I2VGW, are happy to announce to the Dxer Comunity  the new adventure with the international MDXC team: Burundi 2017 . The license is already in the leaders’s hands as 9U4M

and they planned to be on air from November 6 to November 17th .

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 built by experienced operators: 20 peoeple coming from 8 (eight) Countries. On the air will be five stations, any mode, around the clock.

For any further news and updates please stay tune: the official web site of this new great adventure is coming. Of course any donation and sponsorship will be very very appreciated by the entire team!


20 Years

Big event,all together to celebrate 20 years of the group. onair time of fun and friendship. more information on the site http://www.mdxc.org/20yearsLink 20 years site

TU7C Team photo

we recived photo from the team

J5B & J5W – Guinea Bissau

Josep, EA3BT and Nuria, EA3WL inform DX-World they will be active from Rubane Island, Bijagos Archipelago, AF-020 as J5B & J5W between April 7-15, 2017. QRV on 40-6m (possibly 80m), CW/SSB/RTTY. QSL both calls via EA3BT.
MDXC IS one of the sponsor, QSL SERVICE is ok for members !

H44GC & H40GC Story


At the beginning of this article for the convenience of the readers, I submit data from Wikipedia about the Solomon Islands and Temotu Province, the object of this expedition. Read more »

A70X team photo

Photo of A70X with MDXC flag (TNX to the Team)

Happy 2017

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 management of the service lives thanks to the efforts of many MDXC Members, free of charge.


The continuous increase in postal rates, however, creates many problems on the Club budgets so that next year we’ll re-evaluate a possible retouching on the annual contribution that has always been contained since the birth of our Club. The Euro has almost halved the purchasing power of services by third parties, so certainly we’ll ask to MDXC Members a small sacrifice for future annual contributions. An investment in the future of the club and its prestigious presence in the DX panorama.
About the management of our two Contests we have to spend great appreciation for the perseverance and tenacity of so many OM who continue,


even against the bad propagation, to participate and make a tender moment also a chance to meet many new radio amateurs who look out for the first time in this competition.

A special thank to the district of Pisa that hosted the 2016 MDXC Meeting, demonstrating great professionalism and friendship in merging all guests and members who have honored us with their presence. The occasion was held for the first DXpedition School. A event much appreciated by many OM who are interested to look out into the world of DX-peditions.

The most important news for 2017 is our presence at the largest European ham fair in Friedrichshafen, Germany (our first time), held from July 14 to 16. We hope to have the support of many Members who will visit us in Germany and mark their presence with a nice photo for the MDXC gallery of events. Read more »