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DX Learning for Newbie on JOTA

Dear JOTA Friends, Hereby below i attached a file with Power Point Presentation for showing and giving lesson about DXing in Amateur Radio for Newbie on JOTA (in Bahasa Indonesia). Indeed, it is only a half way to teach the Scouts how to operate and doing some QSO during Jamboree. …

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Amateur Radio Stamps (Oldies never Die)

I am amazed with this First Day Cover (FDC) of Amateur Radio theme issued on 1991, because of the ORARI logo. You already know that ORARI Indonesian Amateur Radio Organization was founded on July 9, 1968, but i never seen any public items related with ORARI except this FDC and …

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DX-ing Friendship around the World

My unique and pleasant hobby is communicating through a radio transceiver, it was adopted from my father’s CB back on early 1980’s. I was remember at that time i also loved to hear a broadcast radio from Radio Nederland and BBC London on Shortwave frequencies. Later then i knew that …

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Dxing 101!

http://www.qsl.net/crosscarc/pdf/DXing101.PDF Dxing 101! DX …What is it? Just two letters; but these two little letters have excited hundreds of thousands of hams worldwide, launched expeditions to countless exotic locations and been the catalyst for many countries around the world to tear down political barriers and allow their citizens to join …

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25 Dxing Tips For The Little Guy

http://www.qsl.net/yc7vcw/25dxing.htm 25 Dxing Tips For The Little Guy BY BRIAN D. SMITH, WO9I Are you a little guy? No, not QRPer. A little guy, one of the legions who venture into the ether like armorless knights in search of DX dragons. Restricted by tight budgets and/or logistical problems (apartement living …

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Remote Control DXing and DXCC in the 21st Century

http://www.dxuniversity.com/dxing/weeklydx.php?id=18 Remote Control DXing and DXCC in the 21st Century by Wayne Mills, N7NG In the last decade or so, remote control operation has become more and more common. Historically, a few operators have controlled their stations through wire lines or microwave links. (Some really good DX was worked via …

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Best Practices for Courteous and Efficient DXing

http://www.dxuniversity.com/showpage.php?id=25&title=Best_Practices_for_Courteous_and_Efficient_DXing%20 Best Practices for Courteous and Efficient DXing 1.Know the DX callsign and the location of the pileup by listening carefully to the DX station and the pileup before calling. 2.Beware of erroneous spots: Copy the DX station’s call sign yourself. 3.Be careful never to transmit on the DX frequency …

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Best Practices for Courteous and Efficient DXing

http://www.dxuniversity.com/showpage.php?id=25&title=Best_Practices_for_Courteous_and_Efficient_DXing Best Practices for Courteous and Efficient DXing 1.Know the DX callsign and the location of the pileup by listening carefully to the DX station and the pileup before calling. 2.Beware of erroneous spots: Copy the DX station’s call sign yourself. 3.Be careful never to transmit on the DX frequency …

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The State of DXing, DX Stories by Paul, VE1DX

http://www.ve1dx.net/Stories/story120.html The State of DXing From the 23 May 1979 issue of The West Coast DX Bulletin by Hugh Cassidy, WA6AUD Often when one collects a reasonable number of DXCC counters, possibly a bare minimum of three hundred or so, the time is right for some contemplation of the State …

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