Welcome to the website of the European DX Foundation (EUDXF), the first and only all European Foundation to support DX activities.

Our goal is to support DX-ers and expeditions (e.g. financial support, printing of QSL-cards) to allow the DX-community in Europe a fair share in their work. We also supply equipment to those in rare countries who cannot afford their own.

E51HMK South Cook Islands in march by DK2HM

EUDXF member Hans-Martin DK2HM will be active in march as E51HMK from Rarotonga South Cook Islands (IOTA OC-013). His dxpedition will be holidaystyle as he will be on his own.
As antennas there wll be an EFHW 80-10 by myantennas und and a windom dipole for 80 to 10 meters. A HLA300+ mobile PA will support the Icom IC706MK2G. There will also be the possibility to use a local shack with more power and a beam antenna. In addition to SSB there are digital modes with ft8 on the plan.
QTH will be the KiiKii Inn Hotel in the north-west of Rarotango which was already used by amateur radio operators before. After picking up the licence on arrival activity will be planned between the 14th and the 22nd of march.
QSL is possible via DK2HM bureau, via OQRS (clublog), LOTW and direct. Follow the homepage www.southcook2019.com and twitter via @e51hmk for additional information and updates.

EUDXF supports the March 2019 XR0ZRC DXPedition to Juan Fernandez Islands CE0Z

The EUDXF is happy to announce they will support the new adventure by the Russian Robinson club to Juan Fernandez Island CE0Z during March 2019.The DXpedition callsign will be XR0ZRC.

The Clublog Most Wanted ranking for CE0Z based on Europe is #63 mixed mode with a higher demand on the lowbands especially 160m and 80m.

More information on the website:https://dxpedition.wixsite.com/xr0zrc

2018 TX0A / TX0M DXpedition Report

The EUDXF received a detailed report of Cezar, VE3LYC, about the 2018 TX0A / TX0M DXpedition including photos in high resolution. This report will be in the upcoming EUDXF Newsletter which will go to all EUDXF members. The pictures below will give a first impression of this DXpedition.