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Convention 2018 – Mangawhai

QTH for Convention 2018 at Mangawhai

CONVENTION 2018 Next year the NZ Radio DX League will celebrate its 70th anniversary with a gathering at Mangawhai between Friday 6 April and Monday 9 April 2018.   Accommodation will be allocated on a first come-first served basis, so if you think you will or might attend and want to secure a place in the superior accommodation, please let Bryan Clark know:

A DX-PEDITION from 1928




(By “Experimenter.”)

From the Press, Volume LXIV, Issue 19338, 16 June 1928, Page 10.

Although a very pleasant evening may be spent listening to New Zealand and Australian broadcast, this form of radio entertainment is poor sport when compared with the fun to be had in searching the air in the hope of “logging” stations on the other side of the world, or, to put it in radio parlance, hunting for “DX” —the radio symbol for distance.

Rockwork Cliff DXpedition


Gary DeBock with an FSL at Rockwork.

Washington state DXer Gary DeBock (above) who recently joined the  League has posted this report of a DXpedition to his favourite cliff-side location on the northern Oregon coast last month. Thanks to Paul Rawdon for reporting this to the DX Dialog user-group.

What Next For Shortwave


The Broadcasting Board of Governors, i.e. those responsible for VOA, Radio Liberty, Radio Farda, Radio Free Asia etc etc is asking for opinions on that.  Though their interest seems more aimed at dissemination of the American viewpoint than a sentimental desire to entertain the masses and give SW a new lease of life!

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DXing Scandanavian-style…

Map Swedish Provinces, Lappland. Español: Mapa...

Map Swedish Provinces, Lappland. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Alokesh Gupta: Hunting for radio signals near the Arctic Ocean. An interesting perspective from the Chinese viewpoint.

And from the DXers themselves :
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Waianakarua 2013 DXpedition