SDR Fun in IARU HF Championship

As the 2018 IARU HF Championship was chosen as the arena for WRTC activity was high this summer contest weekend. I decided to kick out the K3/TS-590 combo and go all SDR in SO2R configuration. Propagation was also helpful, especially on low bands. Read the full writeup of the IARU HF Championship weekend at SE0X here.

CQ WPX CW Update

In preparation for the WPX CW contest decided to adopt last year’s strategy of going non-stop for the first 24 hours. Using the same plan I would try to improve my 2012 result in Single Operator, High Power, Assisted. I also was curious to see how the new 15 meter 5 element mono would help me

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15 meter shines in WPX CW

CQ WPX CW is a favorite contest of mine and this year propagation made 15 meter the highlight. The contest started with a small disaster, but then it turned around to be a great weekend. The tactic chosen was to do operate 24 hours non-stop in the first part of the contest, then do the

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Happy New Year!

Once again its time to pop the cork of a bottle of chilled Dom Pérignon and celebrate another fun year at SEØX, and what a year it’s been! 2011 was the year when the sun finally got back into the game and once again fuelling fantastic propagation paths on high bands. For me 2011 started

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SE0X active in SAC CW this weekend

SM0MDG will be active from SE0X in the SAC CW contest this weekend September 17-18 competing in the SOAB-HP category. SAC is the contest where Scandinavian stations will try to work as many non-Scandinavian stations as possible and vice versa. The goal is set to improve the rank and score from last year and this should

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SO2R/M2 Upgrade @ SEØX

The hardware at SEØX has now been upgraded and reconfigured to allow for SO2R (Single Operator 2 Radios) and Multi-2 operation. The main antenna switch has been replaced by Array Solution’s Sixpak antenna switch with two radio inputs and six antenna outputs, two 5B4AGN high performance band pass filters has been installed and finally a microHAM

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