About

The Western Washington DX Club (WWDXC) is one of the largest and most active radio clubs on the West Coast. Our members are licensed amateur radio operators who have an interest in DX (distance) communications and radio contest operating. The WWDXC is an ARRL-affiliated club.
The Club... Club meetings are usually held on the second Tuesday of each month.  Informal "DX Lunch" gatherings are held around club territory as organized by the club’s members. WWDXC members stay in close touch through the internet using the club’s e-mail reflector and over the club’s W7DX repeater (147.00- 103.5PL).  Membership in the WWDXC provides the opportunity for comradery, DX Community, teamwork, coupled with a spirit of  friendly competition.

Club News

2023 Salmon Run Results

Thanks to all the participants in the 2022 Salmon Run. Please check out the results page on the Salmon Run site.  Awards are in the process of being mailed. Entrants are encouraged to download certificates in PDF format for printing and display. On behalf of the WWDXC Salmon Run committee, thanks to all of the operators that participated… Read More »

2023 Salmon Run County Activations Form Live

The 2023 County Activations form and data display is live on the Salmon Run website. Please have a read and enter your activation information as soon as you know where you are going to activate.  All stations including fixed, mobile, and expedition are encouraged to list their activation. Upon submission, the system will send you an email titled “Salmon… Read More »

In Memory – Rod Linkous, W7OM

November 30, 2022. Written by Tom Owens, K7RI Indeed, Rod’s passing shortly after his 88th birthday was a very sad day. Amen to all the nice things being said about him and his accomplishments in Ham Radio.  For sure he will be greatly missed by all who knew him in the hobby, and those outside the hobby as well.… Read More »

Reminder: “Boots on the Ground” DXCC Policy is Gone

At our last club meeting, Hal, W8HT, presented an excellent program about the NCDXF-funded Radio In A Box (RIB) initiative. As Hal explained, RIB embodies the idea of placing a complete station enclosed in an environmentally-protected box ashore in a DX entity, and allowing that station to be controlled from a remote operating point such as aboard a… Read More »