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Working Cliperton Island DXpedition

Trucker Member ✭✭✭
edited January 26 in Amateur Radio Interests

Really enjoying working the Cliperton Island DXpedition. My 6600M makes it easy to work split.

I missed them on 10 meters SSB. ( they faded out before I got things set up) Today I worked them on 12 and 15 meters SSB. I am hoping to get them on other bands before they shut down.

Anyone else worked them yet?




  • David Decoons, wo2x
    David Decoons, wo2x Member, Super Elmer Moderator

    Only bands I need them on are 30 and 60. Got them on both. Had them confirmed on other bands from DXPedition in 2013.

    I did work them from my HI remote twice so far. Tomorrow I’ll concentrate on more bands from HI. (And yes, I keep Twp separate logs for home and Hawaii.)

    Dave wo2x

  • Erik Carling EI4KF
    Erik Carling EI4KF Member ✭✭✭

    TX5S is the first DXpedition I have worked on CW since SSDR 3.6.8.

    Not a single glitch in sending through 6 band QSOs on the mode. Smooth as silk. Yes, it has taken far too long to get to this level of CW performance but at least it is there now.

    I have never regretted buying a Flex but there have been times when it's quirky operation was quite annoying, however I am happy to say it is now a joy to use. That goes for all modes actually.

    Erik EI4KF

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