Two new pictures from the Island. We have also published a picture gallery. Your are welcome to see more pictures at: http://zoom.dxing.pl/index.php/SPDXING/VK9XSP and leave comments.

Team VK9XSP

L-R: SP3CYY, SP3GEM, SP9FOW, SP6FXY, SP6EQZ, SP6IXF, SP2EBG, SP2GKS

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VK9XSP Antennas

We have also updated the list of our great sponsors. Thanks for your great support. We really appreciate it. Let us mention all of theme here:

  • Individual: 3Z6AEF, DD5ZZ, DJ0IF, DJ9KAI, DK4YF, DL4FCS, DL9GFB, DM2XO, F6IIT, G0JHC, G3PQA, HA5JI, IN3VZE, JA5AQC, K3SX, K6XT & W0MOE, KE1JF, KG2KJ, KK4OK & KK4OW, KY5I, N0VVV, N3XOF, N7EYG, NG0G, NJ6P, OE1PPA, OH5EAB, SP2FAX, SP2GJV, SP2JEB, SP3CCR, SP3CHT, SP3FZN, SP3J, SP3NYU, SP4BEU, SP4ETO, SP4JFR, SP4LVK & SQ4NJO, SP5CFD, SP5ELA, SP5GMM, SP5LCS, SP5PBE, SP5UAF, SP5WA, SP5XMU, SP6AZM, SP6BCC, SP6IXU, SP6JIU, SP6LUT/DL1GLO, SP6T, SP7CBG, SP7CVW, SP7SP, SP7UWL, SP8AJK, SP8NR, SP9BWA, SP9CTW, SP9FKQ, SP9GR, SP9JZU, SP9KR, SP9OHP, SP9PT, SP9RCL, SP9VFD, SQ2BNM, SQ2PHG, SQ3WW, SQ5JUP, SQ6NEJ, SQ7FPH, SQ7NSM, SQ9CNC, VE3AWF, VE3LUZ, VE7VIB, VK2MI, VK6DXI, W0MOE, W2LO, W5GAI, W5VY, WE7K.
  • Institutional/Clubs: Polish Amateur Radio Union (PZK), SP DX Club, OT-01 Field District of the PZK, Eastern Iowa DX Association, Greater Milwaukee DX Association, Nippon DX Association, SP-QRO, ALFA-SPID Antenna Rotators, Cool QSL, SP7GXP Antennas, SP2YWL – Galeon Club Team.

Please visit websites of our institutional supporters. Links are listed on the right (after clicking on a logo).

 

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Posted in: DXpedition.
Last Modified: October 29, 2014

2 thoughts on “Update 2014-10-29

  1. brian fields

    hi guys. after days and nights trying to hear you, i fell asleep, but i am still trying to find you guys. i hear your pile-up’s easy, but you are very very weak. i can hear other stations from your part of the world, but not you on any band, but i will keep trying.
    good luck, brian ZL3XDJ

  2. John - VK7XX

    contrary to popular belief, VK9X?? Christmas Island, is not easy from VK7. I have been very lucky to have made as many contacts as I have…. persistence…. lots of persistence, and a whole lot of ‘right place right’ time too. 99% of the time your signals were barely audible down here so, thank you very much for hearing me.

    best regards and well done.
    John

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