BS7H Scarborough Reef DXpedition

BS7H Scarborough Reef DXpedition 2007 video

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BS7H Scarborough Reef DXpedition

BS7H Scarborough Reef DXpedition

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Located in the South China Sea just west of the Philippines, Scarborough Reef is without a doubt the rarest and most controversial entity on the DXCC list. Few places are harder to access, and fewer still create such intense debate.

Because of diplomatic disputes between its two feuding masters, China and the Philippines, the reef has seen just three brief expeditions in the past, keeping it at the top of the DXCC list for over a decade.

This film takes a close look at the Scarborough controversy, and follows the 2007 DXpedition team as they activate one of the rarest DXCC entities on Earth.

BS7H – Some statistics

Band

SSB

CW

RTTY

TOTAL

160

54

54

80

121

217

338

40

509

3,039

3,548

30

4,226

4,226

20

10,391

11,435

54

21,880

17

3,325

3,744

7,069

15

4,011

1,985

268

6,264

12

402

474

876

10

841

724

1,565

ALL

19,600

25,898

322

45,820

Scarborough Reef

VIAJames Brooks, 9V1YC
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