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, January 17, 2015

Day 2

Unfortunately conditions where quite dull during last night. It took some time before trans-Atlantic propagation finally took up a bit. Nothing was heard between 20:00 and 21:30 while usually we can hear the Newfoundland stations in that time slot.  Afterwards the regular ones like CBI 1140, WMEX 1510 and CFBC 930 delivered nice signals for a while. Also WDEA 1370, CBG 1400. Furthermore a few X-band stations were heard too, but afterwards, everything deteriorated again and we went to bed. Jaguar software shows a max J index of 17 around 0220 but listening at that time delivered not really anything special. During sunset, conditions stayed on the dull side. 

Today we have some of the regular Asians like RTI ILoveMusic 1557, AIR Rajkot 1071, AIR Magra 1134. We hoped to squeeze out something new on the frequencies that were vacated by NDR, Germany earlier this week but until now without success.
Where are the times we heard several Japanese stations in the afternoon...

Jaguar's Yas log screen showing activity on trans Atlantic channels

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