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DXCC Approved DX Pedition

DXCC News 13 December 2019

VU7RI Lakshadweep Islands DX Pedition has been approved for DXCC Credit.

DXCC News 18 November 2019

5I5TT 5I4ZZ Kenya has approved for DXCC and the LOTW certicate received.

DXCC News 7 November 2019

SV2RSG/A Mount Athos accepted for DXCC. Information from W9JJ.

DXCC News 18 June 2019

Dom, 3Z9DX inform that 3D2CR Conway Reef DX Pedition is approved for DXCC and also T33T Banaba Island DX Pedition documentation accepted for DXCC.
5B4ALX also inform that his E6ET operation from Niue has been approved for DXCC credit by ARRL DXCC Desk.

DXCC News 9M0W

9M0W DX Pedition to Layang Layang Island, Spratly Islands approved for DXCC.

DXCC News 4B4B

4B4B DX Pedition to Rivillagigedo Islands approved for DXCC Credit.

DXCC News 21 January 2018

The E44WE operation is good for DXCC credit from 23 March 2017 through 23 March 2018.
Information from WK2X.

DXCC News 10 November 2017

OZ1AA, Thomas, reports his 4W/OZ1AA log from East Timor has been uploaded to LoTW and "the operation has been approved for DXCC."

QSL Manager F4DXW, Stephane, gives "good news" as "all's proofs were sent to the ARRL by email and by mail (paper copy) to accredite the FT5XT activitie and also FT5WQ." The FT5XT operation was from Kerguelen Island on October 11th. Gil has not yet been QRV this year as FT5WQ from Crozet. An LoTW certificate has been requested for both calls and Stephane says once received he'll upload the FT5XT logs.

DXCC News 11 September 2017

T6/IZ1CCK operation has been approved by DXCC and count for DXCC Award.

DXCC News 27 June 2017

E31A DX Pedition to Eritrea approved for DXCC, ARRL Awards Branch.

DXCC News 16 June 2017

VU4YC and 5A5A operations approved for DXCC. Information from ARRL Awards Branch.

DXCC News 7 March 2017

The 2016 E44CM Operation from Palestine approved by the ARRL Award Branch for DXCC credit.

DXCC News 15 November 2016

T31T October 2016 DX Pedition approved for DXCC credit.

DXCC News 2 November 2016

E44QX 2015/2016 operation approved for DXCC.

DXCC News 1 November 2016

9Q6BB license approved for DXCC.

DXCC News 14 September 2016

ARRL DXCC Desk approved credit for the current on going A5A DX Pedition from Bhutan.

DXCC News 6 May 2016

DXCC Comittee approved 5A1AL Libya all operations.

DXCC News 30 March 2016

P5/3Z9DX December 2015 operation approved.
ZA/IW2JOP all operations.

DXCC News January 2016

TT8AMO 2015 activity approved.

DXCC News 8 January 2016

The DXCC Department has approved the following operations:

3B7FA 2015 Operation

D2FJZ 2012 and 2015 Operations

TN/CT1FJZ 2015 Operation

DXCC Approved comments forum

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Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: 4L5A
  • 2019-11-18 21:18:16
Dear Luciano! I agree with you. Problem is ARRL not providing information now about accepted and not accepted DX. They stop it already several years ago and promise on that time they will publish it their self but nothing is published yet. Before they provide information when station is accepted by DXCC via email Sorry but not anymore
Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: EA8AM
  • 2019-11-18 06:24:42
It would not be a bad idea to create a database among all Ham. Each one giving the callsign that the ARRL has rejected and the reason. So we could have a database where we can consult.
Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: EA8AM
  • 2019-11-18 06:20:32
Dear Al, I ordered the 5B DXCC and sent the QSL's to the DXCC Card Checker, some of them were rejected, because the operator was not licensed or for other reasons. I had others from the same entity that I could send and avoid that. But since it's working now, it's like playing roulette. EA8AM
Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: EA8AM
  • 2019-11-18 04:11:14
I miss a website where we know the expeditions not accepted by the ARRL for the DXCC. It is important to know the information before sending the cards. Regards. EA8AM
Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: IZ3KVD
  • 2019-10-25 05:28:00
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Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: ON4SV
  • 2018-05-30 02:04:56
Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: DL9KR
  • 2016-12-28 04:45:30
The recent ET7L dxpedition was perfect and excellent in every respect (IMHO). Therefore it is incomprehensible that ARRL denies DXCC approval though the license was granted by an Ethiopean government organization.
Rating: 5 of 5
  • Callsign: SV1QFF
  • 2016-01-11 04:52:46
3B7FA in my opinion the dominating modes (cw and phone) should have had priority over SSTV and digimods for DXCC approval during a rare DXpedition as 3B7FA since this expedition was announced and monitored by a majority of international Hams who finally stood aside.