OCDX news updates/blog

May 12th 2020: we’d love to receive further photos, feedback, operating tips and historical information about OCDX to enhance this website and encourage others to enter the next event.  How did you get on in the 2019 contest?  What are you planning to do differently this year?  What are you hoping to get out of the next one?  Please take a moment to email the OCDX Committee info@oceaniadxcontest.com: we enjoy and really appreciate your input.

May 10th 2020: the results of the 2019 OCDX contest are published.  Congrats all! 

We have also published the (revised) 2020 rules with a simplified plain-English summary and new times, added some historical photos to the carousel, and published a fascinating article about a first-time entry in OCDX using QRP.

Please bear with us as we battle bugs in the web authoring software to find and fix any broken links, missing captions and errors in the content.  If you spot anything amiss, email info@oceaniadxcontest.com.

Meanwhile, we are busy circulating the 2019 results and starting to promote the upcoming 75th Oceania DX Contest.

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