Standalone Reefs and Intervening Lands

Laine, Martti
October 2004
QST;Oct2004, Vol. 88 Issue 10, p90
Focuses on the author's visit to the Market Reef between Finland and Sweden in search for other long distance or DX amateur radio sites and enthusiasts. Reefs discovered in the 1960s; Visit the Market Reef in the winter of 1969; Celebration of 35 years of reef time and DX amateur through a visit to the site.


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