Paul Ewing, N6PSE, is the founder of the Intrepid DX Group, who has organized and participated in eight DXpeditions to very rare DX and exotic locations around the World, including Northern Iraq, South Sudan, and Yemen. This gives Paul authority and insight on creation, management, and execution of DXpeditions in ham radio. As a ham radio blogger, Paul shares his reflections on ham radio and is Eric’s guest on QSO Today.
Diamond Antenna SG2000: 144MHz(2m) Length:1.59m / Weight:400g Gain:5.2dB / Max.power rating:150W / Impedance:50ohms VSWR:Less than 1.5:1 / Conn... Read more
Via QRZ.com Forum “Tom Callas, KC0W, is on a multi year DXpedition to many exotic DX spots–until today. He reports his entire DXpedition s... Read more
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