Time for a change … join us
172RC/OC032 on air time to time during 2020
QSL M. 14RC001 also eQSL available on www.rcqsl.com
The RC Int. DX Group wish to you and yours a happy new year 2020 !!!
The RC Int. DX Group wish to you and yours a merry Christmas !!!
Congratulation to the winners ! Thanks to all for participation !
All results here : RC Rugby WC 2019 Results
After a big succes of the first edition in 2017, the “MY DXMAN BOOK” is back !
The new edition of the book is now available with more infos and news.
Information from the “MY DXMAN BOOK” Team :
Dear readers, we are very happy to present you the second edition of “MY DXMAN BOOK” !
On this book, you will find : DXCC by continent, deleted DXCC list, informations by DXCC (flag, area, capital, ITU & CQ zones, HAM prefix, time, IOTA references & QSL card), prefix 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13 informations, MDMB Awards.all in color !
Price is 30 Euros (with mail cost) you can now reserve your book, there will not be one for everyone !!!
The book will be printed during november You can order it by paypal to : email@example.com don’t forget to write your address where to send it !
73s MY DXMAN BOOK Team
Welcome to Chas into the RC Int. DX Group ! New member since few days, Chas has the particularity of living on a small island in Ireland, on Archill island (EU115).
Chas is very active operator on 11M and use eQSL system. If you make QSO with him, his QSL will be available on our web site (http://www.rcqsl.com)
Achill Island located in Mayo County in west coast is Ireland’s largest island.
With a population of 2700, Achill is connected to the land by Michael Davitt Bridge, between Achill Sound and Polranny. It’s a swing bridge that allows small boats to pass through. The bridge was built in 1886 and replaced by the existing structure after the World War II.
In addition to Achill Sound, the main villages are Keel, Dooagh, Dooega and Dugort. Nowadays most of the island’s public facilities have been transferred to the “continent” in Polranny.
The island is covered 87% by peat bogs