This DX site was created to let fellow dxer's know what we are up to while on DXpeditions in our former Walsoorden site (HOL) and the new site near Veurne, West Flanders, Belgium. We hope it inspires other dxers to try DXpeditions.

We travel to such locations to escape noise and to be able to put out long beverage antennas. Something we cannot do from home. DXpeditions take place several times a year. Usually in winter. Dxer's from Belgium and The Netherlands take the opportunity to dx from such rural dx location.

Are you interested in future dx trips? Get in touch with us. Send an email to us. We are always happy hearing from dxer's from other countries.


Saturday, October 16, 2010

DX - Downtime

We all managed a bit of sleep. A few hours here and a few hours there. Dxpeditions are never really a holiday in the sun. Its like being at work and having to be methodical in what you do.

Saturday afternoon we have extreme wind conditions and I presume the static from the antennas is causing so much noise on all the bands. So its a bit of dx downtown. we are hoping it does not continue.

We are still working through our morning recordings. More to come later.

 Marc Vissers explaining that you need this much Jack Daniels on the hour to get a good I.D.

 Feestdagen - This is how real Belgian dxers go about Dxpeditions

Guido Schotmans is feeling depressed that Symban on 2368 is not propagating
 Dxing amongst the corn fields - The 60 degrees beverage heading across the Atlantic

 Our 60 degree beverage for our Asian dx

Because of high winds this big baby was down
The DX QTH in Noordstraat in Walsoorden
Farms all around here but its a busy time of the year having to dodge tractors
Entrance to the DX HQ
DX HQ Walsoorden
 320 degree antenna

 Beautiful sunrise in Walsoorden - Southern Netherlands
Beautiful dx one hour - Stormy dx and weather the next

1 comment:

cabby said...

this set up looks far too good to called DXing at least as far as I know DXing, it looks more like a radio transmitting station with antennas set up for good