Category Archives: DXpedition

Listening to the Camb-Hams from the Isle of Islay

The Camb-Hams are on their usual annual pilgrimage to Scotland and I’ve worked them on a few bands and modes.  I’ve also made a couple of recordings of them on 40m CW, showing how well the Kenwood TS-590SG can read Morse Code … Continue reading

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5B4AGN bandpass filters – The measurements

I’ve been moving some boxes around recently and I unpacked the bandpass filters I built for one of the Martello Tower Group DXpeditions and successfully used again during our activation of the MV Ross Revenge in August 2016. It struck me … Continue reading

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Sometimes it’s nice to have an unexpected day off

Due to unexpected circumstances, I ended up being at home today and once the reason for that was being dealt with, I decided to play radio for a while. I’ve been looking to work the TX5K DXpedition to Clipperton Island … Continue reading

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The Martello Tower Group are going to Herm

I suddenly realised that although I’ve been shouting about our upcoming DXpedition to Herm on Twitter and getting publicity in many other places that I’ve not blogged about it here. Myself and five other members of the Martello Tower Group … Continue reading

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