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AIH103 DXpedition in Lapland: First drone videos from Finland's premier DX shack

Mika on DXpedition AIH98The novelty on this AIH103 DXpedition had nothing to with DXing – but it was just as much fun. I brought along a Mavic Air drone to get the first aerial photos and videos of our DX cabin. Inside the cabin, an average amount of interesting catches was made from all around the world, especially from Japan, Australia, Mauritius, Argentina and Peru.
 To the AIH103 DXpedition report (October 21, 2019)

The Ultimate AM DXing Base in Lapland Available for Rent

Aihkiniemi cabinImagine spending a week in the middle of nowhere with 13 Beverage antennas — each roughly a kilometer in length and capable of hearing hundreds of rare stations. It's possible because we're making our famous DXpedition base in Aihkiniemi, Finland available for rent to other DXers. Going on a first class DXpedition has never been this easy.
 To the article (updated in Nov. 2018)
 To the latest DXpedition report from Aihkiniemi (November 4, 2018)


AIH98 DXpedition in Lapland: Hot catches from Down Under in -30 degree weather

Mika on DXpedition AIH98This AIH98 DXpedition was already the third of the season for both of us. Reception of stations from the Americas was miserable, but at least we got some nice catches from Australia and Southeast Asia. Especially March 6th offered loads of X-band stations from Down Under. The sun was a bit restless so we enjoyed nice northern lights on several nights.
 To the AIH98 DXpedition report (March 17, 2019)

How to Identify Chinese Radio Stations

China National Radio logoChina is one of the few countries increasing its presence on the medium wave (AM) radio dial, as DXers have been able to observe. Identifying Chinese stations can however be tricky if you don't understand the language. With this guide you will learn how to identify Chinese stations based on just a few keywords and phrases. Don't let the language barrier intimidate you, because DXing Chinese stations can be extremely exciting and rewarding.
 To the Article (January 1, 2014)


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