Published Articles - Yagi comparison; PL-259 assembly instructions; Alpha 91B review; ALS-600 review; and more.
I began DXpeditiioning in 1980 with a trip to the Bahamas for the CQWW CW contest. Since that trip to C6, I have traveled to V3, GJ, 3A, 6Y, T30, T32, and KH1. Along the way, I have learned a few things about organizing DX trips, whether they be light weight one man trips, like my trip to GJ, or large multi-national operations, like the AH1A trip in 1993. As I locate and organize the documentation from these operations, I will place the information on this site.
ARRL Field Day is the best way to conduct a mock DXpedition. This event provides an opportunity to test equipment ideas, antennas, and operating techniques. For this reason, I have included some information about my field day operations, most of them conducted with my friend KK0T, who was my partner on the T32 trip in March of 2000.
73, Walt W0CP
|Tech Tips - Icom IC-781 mods; IC-706 configuration; Kenwood TS-850 mods; Vertical over Saltwater Installation; Selecting Coax; and more...|
|T32B Manifest - Y2K DXing from Xmas|
|V31DJ Manifest - complete list of DXpedition gear|
|Howland Island - AH1A info|
|Field Day - What to take|
|My Company - ListenUp|
|Buena Vista - WOW!|
|Dual Sport Motorcycle Specs|
© Walton Stinson, W0CP