This page is for links to recent DX-peditions. A DX-pedition is usually where one or more DXers go to a remote location and erect long beverage aerials, often several hundred metres in length. The advantage of this is that at a remote location, there is usually little local interference, and the beverage aerials are extremely sensitive and directional and will pick up Long Wave and Medium Wave signals from several thousand kilometres distance.

Sheigra DX-pedition, north-west Scotland, October 2007