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New ReverseBeaconNetwork WebSite released

On Thursday, June 16 2022 the revised Reverse Beacon Network web site has gone online at reversebeacon.net replacing both the original website and the beta. Main new features includes a new powerfull live MAP powered by Open Streetmaps, enhancementes of the main web page design, new filtering features allowing multiple spot searches, SSL protocol which enhance security for users of the site and additional functionalities described in the “About” menu, that we are reporting here below.

QSL.Net Donation Request

QSL.Net donation campaign. The DXZone.com supports QSL.net's donation request campaign.

Lockdown Morse

A new way and an opportunity to learn or improve Morse Code proficiency during the lockdown provided by Matt M0PTO

Bitcoin Sent Through Amateur Radio 40 Meters Band

Bitcoin sent from Toronto to Michigan through amateur radio using JS8Call keyboard-to-keyboard application software based on FT8 and fldigi

Club Log & LoTW Interface

From ClubLog now you can upload and download QSOs to LoTW

The Continuing Growth of U.S. Licensees

In December 2015, US licensees numbers reach an all-time high. Amateur Radio licences in the United States are in continuous and steady growth. The FCC database show a constant increment of new amateur radio licences since 2008.


new.dxsummit.fi is now the default website for the finnish web dx cluster

My DX Summit

DXSummit the popular web dx cluster will become MyDXSummit. DX Spot search and DX Spot alerting will be easier then ever and available also on mobile devices

The DXZone

The DXZone is the largest human created and maintained library of web sites dedicated to Amateur Radio, currently lists 20.000+ links organized into 600+ categories and subcategories. Ham Radio operators review new sites every day since 1998, for potential inclusion in the Directory, and to evaluate the best place to list them.

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