JJ0SFV-0 QRP mobile 350The 2016 Oceania DX (OCDX) contest is over.

Don’t forget to submit your log
before the end of this month:


October 1 Email your phone log to ph@oceaniaDXcontest.com and
check that it shows up on the list of phone logs within an hour or so.

October 8 Email your CW log to cw@oceaniaDXcontest.com and
check that it soon appears on the list of CW logs received.

October 8 Email your SWL log to info@oceaniaDXcontest.com and
check the news page (it may take a day or two to appear there).

Even modest logs and check-logs are very welcome so that we can
cross-check QSOs and send your certificate or award.

October 18 Don’t miss the boat! OCDX press release 2016/5 here.

Over 560 phone logs and 500 CW logs have been received
so far making a grand total of 1,076 logs by Oct 22nd.
The committee will be busy marking that lot!

Logs rcvd


If the logs continue arriving at about the same rate, we are on track to match last year’s total, but it’s a close call.  Will we get another 100 logs before the deadline?

If you have a spare moment, please also send a summary of your phone and CW entry to the 3830 claimed scores listWe plan to trawl the 3830 reflector and your Cabrillo soapbox comments for the contest write-up plus this website, supplementing your stories and photos emailed directly to the OCDX news desk.  Keep ‘em coming! 


The historic OCDX contest has been running since the mid-1930s.   This annual competition promotes contacts between amateur radio stations in Oceania and DX (the rest of the world).

We are compiling information about getting on the air from Oceania and advice on entering your first ever contestGet in touch with your queries and tips to share.


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