Important: The programs listed below are for 2022 to give you an idea of the types of programs. As programs are arranged for 2023, this list will be updated.
The following programs have been confirmed for W9DXCC 2022. More are in the works, and will be added as they are confirmed.
3Y0J Bouvet Preview
Adrian Ciuperca (KO8SCA) will provide a preview of the January 2023 3Y0J expedition to Bouvet
Cycle 25 Propagation Outlook
Carl Luetzelschwab (K9LA) will present on the the outlook of propagation as cycle 25 begins to ramp up.
Central Division Director Carl Luetzelschwab (K9LA), hosts a panel of ARRL representatives to provide an update as to the happenings at the ARRL.
Crozet Island Preview
Paul Granger (F6EXV) will give us a preview (via Zoom) of the upcoming expedition to Crozet Island.
Operating the CQWW DX Contest From all 40 CQ Zones
Dick Norton (N6AA) will be providing us insight on the unique situation of having operated the CQWW DX contest from every CQ zone on the planet.
50th Anniversary of the NCDXF
Glen Johnson (W0GJ) will be providing a brief program on the 50th anniversary of the Northern California DX Foundation. The NCDXF will also have an exhibit table displaying their “rock collection” from various DXpeditions.
Radio Frequency Interference and the Radio Amateur (RFI Seminar)
EMI is a problem that affects hams and their neighbors alike. Ed Hare, W1RFI, ARRL Laboratory Manager and one of the editors of the ARRL RFI Book, has put together this 30-minute slide presentation to give an overview of politics, personalities and technical issues involved in EMI control. His presentation outlines the standard causes and cures for interference. The question-and-answer session that follows the formal slide presentation turns this into a real RFI workshop.
Banquet Keynote Speaker
Tim Duffy, K3LR – Going forward for DXing Operations