FAQ























We want you in our log, so please help us by following these guidelines.

  1. If you cannot hear us - please don't call us. Wait until propagation and conditions favor your QTH for one or more of the Bands and Modes. Eventually you WILL have a clear path to Baker Island. Be patient.
  2. Unless you hear otherwise from the Operator, we will ALWAYS be operating in SPLIT MODE throughout the DXpedition.
  3. Listen to the Operator for RX frequencies (e.g., "up 5 to 10", or "listening on 7.155", etc.)
  4. Please LISTEN, LISTEN, LISTEN.
  5. You have two ears and one mouth, so please try to listen more, talk less. Be patient.
  6. During SSB pileups, please announce your full call clearly -- ONCE -- using common phonetics.
  7. During ALL pileups, listen for YOUR call on the comeback. Trust that we have two good ears.
  8. We're not impressed by those who add to the QRM by constantly calling out of turn. Be patient.
  9. Please do not Tune Up on any of our TX frequencies or any of our RX slots!
  10. If we ask for "EU" only or "QRP only" or any other specific request, please QRX. Be patient.
  11. Resist those "insurance" QSOs. We want to maximize unique QSOs, not Dupes.
  12. Whenever possible, we will try to listen in the General portion of the band.

Remember: We want you in our log. Please help us get you there.

Online Log


ClubLog will be used for our online log service.
During the DXpedition, ClubLog will be updated frequently.

Important: Please note the header in ClubLog: "Last QSO in database: 2018-DD-18 HH:MM:SS"

This means that QSOs from the DXpedition have been uploaded through that date & time only. QSOs that you have in your log AFTER that date & time will appear in ClubLog AFTER the next upload of files. When that happens, the date & time will automatically be updated.

Baker Island 2018 Log DXpedition Charts
Web Link:  TBD
Log Search only:  TBD


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