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Best Practices for DXpedition Operating

http://www.dxuniversity.com/dxing/weeklydx.php?id=44 Best Practices for DXpedition Operating The WeeklyDX™ Helpful Hints No. 35 from the DX University™* This week, it’s more than a hint. I am addressing DXpeditioners directly. Heads up, guys! Several DXpeditions in recent months have caused serious problems, and to be honest, some of the operating has been …

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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 DXpedition Operating

http://www.dxuniversity.com/showpage.php?id=20&title=Best_Practices_for_DXpedition_Operating%20 Best Practices for DXpedition Operating “The nature of a DXpedition pileup mirrors the skill of the DXpedition operator” – OH2BH. A carefully managed pileup will run with little disruption to the band and lots of fun for the DXers. Here are some suggestions that will help you make the …

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Best Practices for DXpedition Operating

http://www.dxuniversity.com/showpage.php?id=20&title=Best_Practices_for_DXpedition_Operating Best Practices for DXpedition Operating “The nature of a DXpedition pileup mirrors the skill of the DXpedition operator” – OH2BH. A carefully managed pileup will run with little disruption to the band and lots of fun for the DXers. Here are some suggestions that will help you make the …

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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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Best Practices for DXpedition Operating

http://www.dxuniversity.com/showpage.php?id=20&title=Best_Practices_for_DXpedition_Operating Best Practices for DXpedition Operating “The nature of a DXpedition pileup mirrors the skill of the DXpedition operator” – OH2BH. A carefully managed pileup will run with little disruption to the band and lots of fun for the DXers. Here are some suggestions that will help you make the …

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Best Practices for DXers and DXpeditioners

http://www.dxuniversity.com/dxing/dxcode.php Best Practices DXing on the HF bands is always somewhat chaotic. It’s always been that way, and it always will be. (If you don’t remember, ask any DX-active old-timer.) Today, award programs and other activities, such as Club Log are attracting more and more activity to the large number …

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60-Meter Operations – New Privileges and Recommended Practices

http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Regulatory/Recommended_Practices_for_60_Meters%20-%20Version%206_4.pdf 60-Meter Operations – New Privileges and Recommended Practices In November 2011, the Federal Communications Commission issued a Report and Order that substantially expanded Amateur Radio privileges on the 60-meter band. The new privileges will take effect on March 5, 2012. Amateurs are permitted to operate on five frequency channels, each …

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