West Tennessee DX Association
Dedicated to the support of DXpeditions and the pursuit of DX entities on the air
We Are Proud Sponsors of the Following Upcoming DXpeditions
Bouvet Island is an Antarctic Island that is rarely visited by man. It is desolate and 97% ice covered. It was formed by a volcanic eruption approximately 4000 B.C. It is a Norwegian posession and there is a scientific research station there. It will have been 10 years since the last activation and is listed as #2 on the DXCC most wanted list. Activation was aborted but will be rescheduled for possibly 2019.
Baker Island is an uninhabited atoll located just north of the equator midway between Hawaii and Australia in the Pacific Ocean. It is now a wildlife refuge operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It has not been visited by ham radio operators since 2002 and is now the 4th most wanted entity in the DXCC program. Activation will be in June 2018 using the call sign KH1/KH7Z.
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Recent DXpeditions That WTDXA Sponsored
Heard Island is located in the South Indian Ocean and is an Antarctic Island. It is 30 miles from tip to tip and has an active volcano square in the middle ! It was activated for the first time in over 20 years in March-April 2016. This was a very successful DXpedition which tallied over 75,000 QSO's.
Past DXpeditions That WTDXA Was Proud to Have Sponsored
Known DXpeditions and Major Contests For This Month
Maximum Usable Frequency
DX'ers Can be Contesters Too ... When They Have To !