We arrived to our QTH on Saturday afternoon when the contest was running for many hours. After setting up first station we decided to play in the contest. It was very limited operation, as antennas were shared with other 5T0SP operation positions. However it was a great pleasure to operate and give new multiplier to so many stations and take not so bad place in the whole Africa ”’ read more:
All members of the 5T0SP Dxepedition attended the XLIV (44th) Annual SPDX Club’ Meeting which took place last weekend in Karkonosze Mountains. There were several expedition’s presentations during two days meeting – 9Y4/DL7VOG by Gerd, H40T/H44G by Sigi DL7DF, TX5K by Roman US5WDX and 5T0SP by all of us. In front of Top SP Dx- ers we told the our story about preparations, used equipment, technique of operation, culture of the Mauritania people and some dangers we met on site. In addition we prepared nice CD records of our adventures which were … Continue Reading →
We are proud to inform that 5T0SP DXpedition came in the 5th place in the survey “DXpedition of the Year 2012” survey published by the DX-world.net portal. We are really very glad even to be mentioned in such great company, together with great DXPeditions. We would like to say “Thank You” to those who voted for 5T0SP. Thanks for your appreciation. We also want to congratulate all DXpeditions mentioned in the survey and especially to the winning HK0NA. Please visit http://dx-world.net/2013/dxpedition-of-the-year-results/ for details.
As you know we got first batch of QSL cards from the printer house on 31th of December. We worked very hard during New Year’s Eve to make you happy with our beautiful QSL card. During 14 hours shift a few thousand of QSLs were dispatched completing all directs and OQRS requests sent by 30th of December In addition all those QSOs had been uploaded into e-QSL, and LOTW systems (because of long queue wait additional week for processing) . We got big help from my wife Barbara and local Hams SP6AEG … Continue Reading →
We would like to inform that we received QSL cards from the printer and we are going to answer the majority of directs on December 31, the last day of 2012. So if you have sent a direct or made OQRS request, check your mail-box soon. Your 5T0SP QSL card is just starting its way to you.
We hope you had great, calm, peaceful Christmas. We had no time to publish any news as we were very busy with other things. We would like to inform you that we have prepared two projects of QSL cards. It was possible thanks to Radek SP5ADX from CoolQSL, who worked hard to prepare QSL designs despite of the Christmas time. So just before the New Year paper QSL cards will be ready and we will start to send them at the begining of 2013. So expect your paper QSL card in January … Continue Reading →
We would like to inform that OQRS is up and running. Please use the entry form placed above. The OQRS link is also available in the log search page. So you can first check if you are in the log and then request QSLs. We have a lot of pictures and our friends (who are helping us to design a QSL) are just making a review of them to find photos which are the most suitable for the QSL project. We hope to have the first bunch of QSL cards ready … Continue Reading →
The Team is on the way home. They were active on bands till the very last moment so in the end they had to put down the last station and antennas very quickly. And there was no time for sending pictures or news. In the end they had to say “Good By” to Jean 5T0JL, member of the Team and real Friend. Besides DXing aspects a very important aspect of DXpeditions is meeting new people and building friendship. And remember – Jean lives in Mauritania and he is very active on … Continue Reading →
Today during a QSO Jurek SP3GEM who was operating 5T0SP on 15m/SSB said that there are more than 80k QSOs in the log. Team mebers are really very happy they were able to log so many stations possibly giving a new one on a band and/or mode. Other news are that they had to start to dismantle some antennas earlier than expected. There is a lot of salt in the air (they are at the seaside) and there are visible signs of corrosion on the antennas. So it takes more time to … Continue Reading →