News: 2012-12-02

As had been mentioned before, all possible typing errors in callsigns in the log will be corrected after the DXpedition. All notices about miscopied callsigns are recorded and they will be reviewed right after the DXpedition. We are sorry but there is no way to make corrections during the operation. So if you are afraid about your QSO and you can’t find your call in the log, call 5T0SP again. And again: 30 meters QSOs are very often logged on paper. They are little by little typed in into the electronic log … Continue Reading →

News 2012-08-10. Vote in our survey

Thanks for all HAM friends who sent us really friendly comments. Many of you asked for the 160 meters. We can say that we are going to be really well prepared for the Top Band operation. Many of us have low band experience. Especially Jurek SP3GEM is mad about low bands (you can have a lok at his antennas at: The coming weekend we are going to have a meeing of the DXpedition team at Jurek’s QTH. After that we will publish the list of equipment and antennas we are … Continue Reading →


Yes, it is going to happen again. After previous DXpedition adventures a group of Polish operators joined to organize the next DXpedition. This time their target is Mauritania. Perhaps it is not on the top of the Most Wanted DXCC Entity List  but activcity from 5T is not too high, in fact there is only one active HAM in 5T. Also not too many DXpeditions have vistited that African country. So here is the DXpedition team: SP2EBG, SP3CYY, SP3GEM, SP6EQZ, SP6FXY, SP6IXF and 5T0JL. Read their short personal profiles to learn … Continue Reading →