CDXC
 
CDXC: The UK DX Foundation
Martin Lynch and SonNevada RadioYaesu UK
 
 

CDXC is the UK's premier amateur radio DX Foundation, with over 900 members, dedicated to encouraging excellence in long distance radio communications (DXing) and contest operating.  
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CDXC began in the 1980s, formed by a small group of keen DXers. Since then CDXC has grown substantially with our members sharing a common interest in HF DX and contesting, drawn together by their shared values of high standards of operating and DXing skills. CDXC has become one of the largest and most respected DX groups in the world.

To learn more about CDXC or to become a member, please follow the links below;

CDXC members receive the latest news, first hand reports on DXpeditions plus discussion about the world of DXing six times a year in the CDXC Digest, the club magazine. Click on the magazine cover below to find out more and review the contents of a recent edition.

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CDXC is a major funder of International DXpeditions.  For more information please follow the links below.

  • More information on DXpedition funding
  • List of funded DXpeditions
  • To make a donation to the CDXC DXpedition fund click the donate button below

                             Donate to DXpedition Fund

                                         
The CDXC website contains some content that is only accessible by members, so if you are a CDXC member, please login using your email address and password. The login form is in the bottom left of your screen, under the menus.

If you have forgotten your password, please click the Lost Password button to reset your account.

If you are not yet registered, or you need help accessing the new site, please click here for help.

                                         

 

 

2014 Local Hero Award

The CDXC Committee has pleasure in announcing that its 2014 Local Hero Award goes to Tov Boanereke, T32TV. Tov has recently moved to Washington Island in the Eastern Kiritibati Group and is running a solar-powered station. The CDXC award includes a £100 donation towards the purchase of a generator so that he can be active for more hours per day.
                                                                                  

                                                          

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© CDXC - The UK DX Foundation. The aim of the club is to promote HF operating in Amateur Radio and to encourage excellence, particularly in DXing and contest operating.

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