The Low Band Monitor Newsletter is dedicated to the 40 - 80 and 160 Meter DXer. The Awards Section has been updated with all twelve season participants through 2004 / 2005 now included.
The Low Band Monitor is a monthly twelve page newsletter edited by Lance Johnson, that was introduced in April of 1993. The main objective of this newsletter is to promote Low Band DXing on the 1.8, 3.5 and 7.0 mz. Amateur Radio Bands. Topics include DX Spots, Antennas, Propagation Trends, Readers Forum, Product Reviews, Contests, DXpedition Activity and the Annual Awards Program that is free to subscribers. Check out the new book DX Was a great satire on DX by ABØX.
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The Low Band Monitor Award Season begins September 1, 2005. Subscribers are reminded that all of our awards are provided free of charge. Don't forget to qualify for the new 40,000 Mile 160 Meter WAC Medallion (SEE BELOW)
Last season, K1UO of Maine was our 160 Meter season leader with an amazing 48,601 Mile 160 Meter WAC and is the "Keeper of the Dragon Tail" until his total miles are eclipsed. For more information on winning a Medallion, click on the LOW BAND AWARDS PROGRAM link below. All subscribers who work a 160 Meter WAC totaling 40,000 Miles will receive a Medallion like the one above.
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(Jeff had a close race with W8UVZ and K1NA.)
(Ted had serious competition with K5NU and W4AG.)
(Another Wisconsin win for Ron.)
(Bob, NM7M provides provocative propagation insight.)
(Time to start your Zone Tally during 160 Contests.)
(Read them all.)
(Some insights about the West Virginia Legend.)