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News 08.02.2015

Written by DL1MGB, February 8th 2015, 08:31
Finally the direct QSLs which were applied through the OQRS on our website were sent by our QSL manager Mario DJ2MX.

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News 24.12.2014

Written by DL1MGB, December 24th 2014, 16:26

The first QSL cards arrived from the printer. After the Christmas holidays the first batches of cards will be sent to the QSL services of the DX clubs who supported us. Afterwards the cards applied through OQRS and direct mail will be sent.

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News 27.11.2014

Written by DL1MGB, November 27th 2014, 19:26

QSLs and LOTW

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News 12.11.2014

Written by DL1MGB, November 12th 2014, 06:58

VK9DLX is QRT and OQRS for VK9DLX and VK9LM is online!

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News 07.11.2014

Written by DL1MGB, November 7th 2014, 07:08

The original plan was that Robert will stay until November 8th on Lord Howe Island to do some more RTTY operation and to have an eye on the sea freight when it leaves the island. But plans are there to be revised. Robert had to depart for home for business reasons. So the last man on the island is Joe DF7TH. He extended his stay until November 11th. He will operate until November 10th on the remaining bands 30m, 17m, 12m and 10m we left antennas up.

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News 30.10.2014

Written by DL1MGB, October 29th 2014, 20:25

We are just about to take down the last antennas (160m vertical and beverages) and pack the last cases. Last night there was another 160m operation, but conditions are still bad for low bands. So only a few QSOs made it into the log. Most of the equipment was packed yesterday while we were having a fantastic weather with beatiful sunshine. So we were able to pack everything in a dry condition.

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News 24.10.2014

Written by DL1MGB, October 24th 2014, 12:32

This is to inform the contest community that there will be a Multi-Multi operation from Lord Howe Island in the CQWW SSB 2014.

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News 22.10.2014

Written by DL1MGB, October 23rd 2014, 03:29

Yesterday our last team member Bernd, VK2IA arrived on the island. Due to business commitments he was not able to stay with us the full length of the DXpedition.

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News 16.10.2014

Written by DL1MGB, October 17th 2014, 00:53

Sorry for being inactive on the news site. The last days we were very busy in errecting all the stations and antennas. But now we have a setup which produces good signals around the world and also allows us to work on some bands parallel in two modes. Especially having two stations on one band is not an easy task on a "limited" property of 5 acres.

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News 14.10.2014

Written by DL1MGB, October 13th 2014, 21:02
VK9DLX is QRV!

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News 17.09.2014

Written by DL1MGB, September 17th 2014, 08:59

In less than four weeks VK9DLX will be QRV. All systems are still on go and the team can’t wait any longer to start.

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News 07.07.2014

Written by DL1MGB, July 9th 2014, 20:07

It has been a while since the last news about our DXpedition to Lord Howe Island in October 2014. But that doesn't mean that nothing happened since then.

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Competition Winners

Written by DL1MGB, April 1st 2014, 06:51

Sometimes it pays off when you read the DX news. So it did with the latest news on the 2014 Lagunaria DX Group DXpedition to Lord Howe Island. We asked about the correct history behind the suffix of our assigned callsign VK9DLX.

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News 28.03.2014

Written by DL1MGB, March 30th 2014, 19:19

Preparations for the 2014 Lagunaria DX Group DXpedition to Lord Howe Island are ongoing. We have booked our flights (which was not an easy task with so many people going to such a small island at the same time with a small plane). We finalized our station concept, are now putting together all the needed equipment and building also some new equipment.

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News 21.01.2014

Written by DL1MGB, January 21st 2014, 12:00
The Lagunaria DX Group is proud to announce their DXpedition to Lord Howe Island in October 2014. It is planned to bring up eight fully equipped HF stations into the air for about 17 days.

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