It is a weekend made for chasing DX!
The hour before shackadelic sunrise is quiet when most if not all are asleep including Radio Dawg however DX never sleeps. The time is now when one can populate their computer log with wireless signals harvested from far and distant lands. It is a dramatically different age for ham radio given Internet integration into virtually every hamdom activity.
There are countless channels for DX information and my favorite is DX World. This website enhances my wireless experience providing pathways to information that did not exist when I was a novice. Today, thanks to the efforts of the DX World team, I can customize my operating schedule, view videos, and listen to soundbites.
One of the favorite DX feeds in the Five Cities is DX Summit. Typically, I open DX Spots in Firefox browser and watch the waterfall of DX information. I have, in some respects, retired from the days of spinning the dial searching for DX opting instead for the menu of DX choices provided by DX Summit.
Chasing and logging DX is fun and I'm having more ham radio fun than ever before as a direct result of DX World and DX Summit.
Prop is up!