Please all HK Stations Read, Read, Read
DXing is no longer what it used to be … thanks to new technologies. When I started Dxing, over 30 years ago, rare
country hunters would organize VHF network, or would even telephone each other as soon as an extraordinary DX
or a missing one would appear on the air. In Bordeaux, we would monitor 145.450 in those days. So we could
sometimes hear brief annoucements like “VK9YA is presently on 21.295, split up 5 ; here is F6BKI”.
Today, all internet-connected Dxers share the results of their hunts live, but also the hunt of the whole world, thanks
to the world-wide cluster network. A ZL8 appears on 17m, and the whole world knows in a matter of one minute.
Nevertheless, erroneous or useless info occasionnally appear, and I thought it would be nice to remind users of basic
rules which, in my humble opinion, should rule…
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