Video. Tim, K3LR Interviews Jeff, N5TJ Single op World Record Holder in CQ WW Contests.
Ham Radio Amateur Radio Contesting
CQ WW DX RTTY 2016 RTTY Contest High Claimed Scores.
Radio Amateurs members of HSDXA Team will be active from Thailand in CQ WW VHF Contest 16 - 18 July 2016 as E2X.
The organizers of the WRTC 2018 have the pleasure to announce that YAESU Musen will support WRTC 2018 as Prime Sponsor. During the Ham Radio 2016 YAESU Director Masao Mori and WRTC 2018 President Christian Janssen, DL1MGB, signed a “Memorandum of Understanding”. YAESU Musen, well renowned as a leading manufacturer of amateur radio equipment, is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
The final scores of CQ WW DX CW Contest 2015 are now available.
The final scores for CQ WW SSB 2015 are now available.
Unofficial CQ WW DX 2015 SSB and CW High Claimed Scores.
Donald Edward Moman, VE6JY Contest station.
Radiosport competition is built on a simple foundation – the expectation that all contacts are made over the air and correctly logged. Since operations are performed from the privacy of our stations and without supervision, we all trust that everyone is playing by the same rules.
During this February, the GARNIZÉ DX GROUP will be conducting it's first CQ DX MARATHON.
This year URE (Spanish Radio Amateur Union) will be active during the IARU HF Contest 2012 July 14-15.
The SPAIN HQ Station TEAM will be operating SSB and CW all time using the official callsings: - EF1HQ (20M, 80M) - EF2HQ (40M, 160M) - EF5HQ (15M) - EF7HQ (10M) URE´S HQ STATION will on air a SPECIAL AWARD in IARU Contest 2012
VK4KW Australia will be straightening up the low band antennas after believe it or not KANGAROO damage.
It was quite long time ago when a group of local operators, inspired by many visitors, started team contesting in the beautiful island of Madeira in the Atlantic Ocean.
It is time again for the SP DX Contest, a one-country event with a long tradition. The first Polish International Amateur Radio competition took place in 1933.
I have always had a lot of respect for people who get together and build large antennas and share them with other radio fans. The spirit of collective Amateur Radio was spread all over Eastern Europe in the 50s and 60s of the previous century.