West Tennessee DX Association

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We Are Proud Sponsors of the Following Upcoming DXpeditions

Bouvet Island 2022

Bouvet Island is the most remote island on Earth and is a Norwegian uninhabited protected nature reserve. As a subantartic volcanic island, it is situated in the South Atlantic Ocean. The island was discovered on 1 January 1739 (282 years ago) by Jean-Baptiste Charles Bouvet de Lozier, commander of the French ships Aigle and Marie. It is about 1100 miles away from Antartica. Operational period will be late November 2022. It is ranked #2 on the DXCC Most Wanted List.



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Recent DXpeditions That WTDXA Sponsored

South Orkney Islands 2020

The South Orkney Islands were discovered in 1821 and were frequently visited by sealers and whalers of that time. A smaller island in this group, Signey Island, is also home to a scientific research station and was the site of this DXpedition. It whad been 9 years since the last activation of this entity and ranked 16th on the DXCC Most Wanted List. Operational period was late February-early March 2020 and made over 84,000 contacts.


Past DXpeditions That WTDXA Was Proud to Have Sponsored

Central Kiribati 2019 Baker Island 2018 Bouvet Island 2018 Heard Island 2016
Palmyra Island 2016 South Sandwich & South Georgia Is 2016 Chesterfield Island 2015 Navassa Island 2015
Tromelin Island 2014 Mellish Reef 2014 Amsterdam Island 2014 Wake Island 2013
Clipperton Island 2013 Campbell Island 2012 Swains Island 2012 Yemen 2012
Malpelo Island 2012 Southern Sudan 2011 Bangladesh 2011 Cocos-Keeling Island 2011
Vietnam, Con Co Island 2010 Christmas Island 2010 Midway Island 2009 Desecheo Island 2009


Known DXpeditions and Major Contests For This Month

Maximum Usable Frequency

Near-Real-Time MUF Map (with SSN & A-index)

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