|Paul Ewing, N6PSE|
DXpeditions are adapting to the new challenges of swarm management and the competitive extremes inherent to the challenge. Likewise, one might not be aware of hardware and communications issues that an operation must solve on the fly. One example was uploading 3D2C logs via satellite link and the slow to clunky data rates not to mention thermal issues with one transceiver.
Please keep in mind when the next major DXpedition is deployed that often times there is more than likely an issue that the swarm may not be aware of.
The key to overall success for the one in need of a new entity is patience and listening to DXpedition logging patterns. I like to remember that I'm not living in a perfect world, that ham radio is a hobby, and chasing DX is supposed to be fun.
73 from the shackadelic on the beach.