Focus on ATNO

Friday, 07 November 2014 by
P1070641 [500]

We are now on the final lane of our operation. We will start to dismantle most of the antennas sunday because all equipment must be packed and stored in the big plastic cases for a transport. The boxes will be transported from Tromelin to France in the coming months depending of the opportunities to ship

20k QSOs, Top band in progress

Sunday, 02 November 2014 by
P1060719 [640x480]

As planned, we ended the antenna setup. Last night we put a beacon on 50.105MHz CW with one of our spare transceiver. Almost immediatly a hundred of contacts in Asia, Europe and Africa have been achieved. We worked today to improve our low band RX. Even if a lot of contacts have been done already,

Last update

Saturday, 01 November 2014 by
P1070279 [640x480]

After a complete day to travel, we finally landed in Tromelin. We have been welcomed by the three TAAF agents; it was a great moment! After a good meal, some of us went to bed. Meanwhile, others spent all night working on the radio stations. In the early morning, more than 2000 QSO were in

Press release – March 1st

Saturday, 01 March 2014 by
Installation-Tromelin-3

The Amsterdam DXpedition has been the focus of many DXers in the last few weeks. Our friends are now back home with more than 170,000 contacts in the log. Congratulations! While waiting for the update of their website you can find some superb pictures and a short article on the TAAF’s website (click here) Concerning

F4BKV joined the team

Wednesday, 22 January 2014 by
P1100033

Vincent F4BKV, who was already helping us in the organization, is now joining the team as operator.

Vincent is well known for his multiples expeditions to DXCC and IOTA in the recent years (more than 80 IOTA groups activated) and he is familiar with remote islands conditions. He was part of the successful VP6T in 2012, together with another Tromelin team member Michel FM5CD.

Welcome in the team Vincent.

Size matter

Monday, 13 January 2014 by
Vue aerienne

The interest generated by the announcement of our project a few weeks ago is extremely important.

We expect you to live this adventure with us and its organization throughout the year and to share with you our passion for these remote lands.

In due course, we will give some details about the different aspects of the project, but you will find below some answers to questions related to the size of the team, the logistics and the organization required.

Thanks to our donators and a new logo

Monday, 30 December 2013 by
vegetation

Welcome !

Whether you are an amateur radio operator hoping to contact a new QSO with Tromelin or a casual visitor, we welcome you to our website.

We welcome your participation in article and blog comment threads, where we encourage you to analyse and react to the content available.

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