|160m||1826 Khz||1890 Khz|
|80m||3530 Khz||3755 Khz||3580 khz|
|40m||7030 Khz||7055 Khz||7035 Khz|
|30m||10115 Khz||10130 Khz|
|20m||14040 Khz||14260 khz||14080 Khz|
|17m||18098 Khz||18128 Khz||18099 Khz|
|15m||21040 khz||21040 Khz||21080 Khz|
|12m||24920 Khz||24950 Khz||24912 Khz|
|10m||28040 Khz||28560 Khz||28080 Khz|
We want you in our log, so please help us by following these guidelines.
- If you cannot hear us – please don’t call us. Wait until propagation and conditions favor your QTH for one or more of the 11 Bands and 3 Modes. Eventually you WILL have a clear path to Denmark. Be patient.
- Unless you hear otherwise from the Operator, we will ALWAYS be operating in SPLIT MODE throughout the DXpedition.
- Listen to the Operator for RX frequencies (e.g., „up 5 to 10“, or „listening on 7.155“, etc.)
- You have two ears and one mouth, so please try to listen more, talk less. Be patient.
- During SSB pileups, please announce your full call clearly — ONCE — using common phonetics.
- During ALL pileups, listen for YOUR call on the comeback. Trust that we have two good ears.
- We’re not impressed by those who add to the QRM by constantly calling out of turn. Be patient.
- Please do not Tune Up on any of our TX frequencies or any of our RX slots!
- If we ask for „DX“ only or „QRP only“ or any other specific request, please QRX. Be patient.
- Resist those „insurance“ QSOs. We want to maximize unique QSOs, not Dupes.
- Whenever possible, we will try to listen in the General portion of the band.
Remember: We want you in our log. Please help us get you there.