was only a month ago when DXpedition websites started
linking to the DX Code of Conduct website and telling
others that the standards they wished those wanting
a QSO to uphold. The first of those DXpeditiona
are just getting home and unpacking.
was with a feeling of great joy, therefore, that
we receivd these warm notes of appreciation from
memberd of those DXpeditions.
thought I'd give you a little follow-up on my reflections
of the PJ6A operation.
I think you're making a difference! I worked about
80% Europeans and about 95% CW. I found the pile-ups
to be well mannered and courteous. When I responded
to a call sign, it was unusual for another station
to call. If I got a partial call and sent, "SP6GD?
5NN," the frequency was quiet except for the SP6
course a few would call once in a while, but these
were insignificant and were likely just people out
So, I can't complain at all about pile-up behavior
during my watch; and as I say, it appears you are
making a difference.
Ralph - K0IR
the team had a satisfying experience in Togo.
This year, in comparision of previous dx-pedition,
we noted a good operation skill from all the dxers
around the world. Of course, time to time, some
caller make QRM but are isolated case and these
is normal to heppen.
All the team accordly to make advertising to the
Dx Code of Conduct ... we put it in the top of our
web page. Frankly speaking we don't know if has
been our experience to avoid QRM or is throught
the Dx Code that most have done well.
By the way we intend to maintain the Dx Code of
Conduct on the first page of our web site because
we consider this a good way to ensure that every
dx-pedition is a success!
73's - Silvano I2YSB
often I work US and JA stations. This two big community
are big wall for the rest of the world.
USA is a big wall for west of Europe and it is the
same for JA with eastern Europe.
When I can hear EU stations from here, I ask US
or JA to QRX and they all do it.
The frequency is quiet and I can work Europe easyly.
Tnx to them.
I was trying to QSO in SSB a DX in Africa, I don't
remember wich one. Some US station heard me calling
in the pilup. One of them had QSO with the
DX and told him that FO8RZ was calling him. At this
moment, everybody stopped calling and I could make
the QSO with the DX. It was a very nice ham's spirit.
Best 73 and congrats for this very. very. very good
code of DX.