Great news from the Mediterraneo International Dx ClubTeam.
During their already announced Da Nang city-Vietnam dxpedition with the call-sign: 3W3MDfrom October 31 to November 10 the international team leading by Antonio, IZ8CCW and Gabriele I2VGW will be able also to active for some days also
Cham island IOTA AS-162 (claimed only by17% of IOTA chasers)
As a matter of fact some operators will leave the main land for 3-4 days and with two stations and a couple of antennas they will try to give the reference to many Iota chasers as possible.
Of course the rest of the team (19 skilled dx operators coming from 9 Countries)
will be on air from the beach of Da Nang with five station 24 hours around the clock.
According to the evaluations that they have done, they are confident to give to a lot of dxers the possibility to work this Country in the Low bands, Warc and especially in the Digis modes.
Quite all equipments ad antennas are ready for the new adventure of MDXC team.
All the licenses are in hands of Ant and Gab and all has been already arranged (boat,generators, contacts etc) for the transfert on Cham Island AS-162.
Save the dates and keep ears open, because the call sign for the Iota operations of the teamwill be 3W3MD/P
Any donation will be very very appreciated by the team
For any further news and updates please visit the official web site of this new great adventure
73’s MDXC H.Q.
- 1X ICOM IC-7000**********
- 1X KENWOOD 590
- 1X ELECRAFT K2
- 1X ELECRAFT K3
- 2x ICOM 7200
4X Acom 1011
1X Vertical antenna for 80mt
4X 5 Bands Spiderbeam
1X 2 El. 12&17mt VDA*
4 Square for 40mt
1X Butternut HF2
1X J-pole 30mt H.M.*
1X Momobeam vertical 80mt
1X Comet H-422
1X Inverted L for 160m
1X 4el . quad 6mt
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