The San Diego DX Club
An ARRL Affiliated Club
Wednesday Evening, November 25, 2015
Have you ever wondered about what it is like to participate in a major DXpedition to a deserted South Pacific island?
How do you organize and prepare for all eventualities when there is no radio store to fall back on?
What is it like to travel on a two masted 78 foot motor/sail boat?
What is it like to visit the capital city of New Caledonia - Noumea, and what will you find there?
These questions..and more, will be answered by our guest speakers, Arnie Shatz, N6HC and David Greenhut, N6HD.
Exploring the Mysteries of Long and Bent Path DXing
Panel Discussion by W6YA, K6NA and W6YI
We’re all familiar with long path propagation (sometimes a bent path) on 40, 30, or 20 meters in the morning, but are you familiar with the 20m long path to Western Australia in the afternoon, or long path to the Middle East and India on 10 meters in mornings or evenings?
W6YA will be joined by K6NA and W6YI to discuss their experiences with unusual propagation paths over the past 60 years in an open discussion forum.
Meetings are normally held the
fourth Wednesday of the month
(except the month of December)
Sizzler Steak House
3755 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite S.
San Diego, CA 92123
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