When the bands aren't so hot, make a cup of tea, sit back and read about past DXpeditions, brush up on your skills or maybe pick up some new ones. Books for the DXer (Yankee Clipper Contest Club) 3YØPI: Peter I Island 1994 DXpedition by Robert W. Schmieder, KK6EK Don C. Wallace, W6AM, Amateur Radio's Pioneer by Jan D. Perkins, N6AW DX IS! The Best of the West Coast DX Bulletin edited by Charles T. Allen, W5DV and James M. Allen, W6OGC DX-Aku: Messages from the Easter Island Expedition by Robert W. Schmieder, KK6EK DX-Handbook by Enrico Stumpf-Siering, DL2VFR DXing 101x by Rod Dinkins, AC6V DXing on the Edge -- The Thrill of 160 Meters by Jeff Briggs, K1ZM DXpeditioning Behind the Scenes edited by Neville Cheadle, G3NUG and Steve Telenius-Lowe, G4JVG ON4UN's Low Band DXing by John Devoldere, ON4UN (SK) The Amateur Radio DX Handbook by Don Miller, W9WNV (CQ, 1968) The Complete DX'er by Bob Locher, W9KNI The DXCC Companion: How to Work Your First Hundred Countries by Jim Kearman, KR1S (ARRL, 1990) The Mobile DXer by Dave Mangels, AC6WO Up Two - the Adventures of a DXpeditioner by Roger Western, G3SXW VK0IR, Heard Island, ISBN 0-9626013-7-3, written by Robert W. Schmieder, KK6EK Where Do We Go Next? by Martti Laine, OH2BH XRØX: The San Felix Island Expedition 2002 by Robert W. Schmieder, KK6EK YASME - The Danny Weil and Colvin Radio Expeditions by James D. Cain, K1TN The HAM Radio Encyclopedia, by Stan Gulich, SM7WT (2014) SM7WT did what I had in mind for years, writing all kind of stuff belonging to the world of Amateur Radio. But so many other things kept me busy that I failed to write down all in a book. But Stan Gulich from Sweden did. And How. Stan was born in 1939 and became a ham in 1956. He had been active ever since and likes to work DX on CW and SSB on all bands from 2 to 80 Meters. Lack of space makes it impossible for him to have an antenna for 160 Meters. Since 2006, he uses the call SF7WT. He has 367 entities confirmed for DXCC but stil need Pratas and North Korea to have Full House. Stan likes rag-chewing, and exchanging QSLs via the bureau is as natural as having a QSO. Most of all Stan likes personal contacts. He visited the USA 17 times and was once visiting Mexico City. Meeting other hams did Stan decide to write his first book "Thanks to Amateur Radio" in 1994, presenting 178 hams along with stories about hams helping the world and DXpeditions. In 2006, Stan began to assemble information for another book, but after seven years he had so much information that it would cover eight books. That´s the reason for presenting all this as a PDF-file. I can recommend the PDF-Book for 100 percent. Thanks Stan for this piece of work.
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