Just a quick update.
Last night I moved the dxworld.com site to a new web server.
I am working on getting the site fully working under SSL (https). Currently you can load the pages using https but but following most links or submitting a report will redirect back you to the non-SSL http version of the pages. This will take a bit more work from me to clean up the code. Progress.
George - K5TR
Several people have been asking about the status of the
Bob Colyard passed away suddenly on May
20, 2018. Bob created and maintained the DXWorld web site. Bob created a very
useful resource that has been used for years to share TV/FM/BCB/SWL
and amateur radio frequency propagation reports. I have found the site
very useful over the years to watch for 144 MHz Es openings by
watching the reports from the FM broadcast band listeners that post on
I have taken over the duties of maintaining and hosting the DXWorld.com web site and I plan on
keeping it going. At the moment I do not plan on making any major
cosmetic changes to the site. I do plan on making the site work over
HTTPS as soon as I can - since the web browsers creators are forcing
the issue by flagging any not SSL/HTTPS site as insecure or worse. So
you can expect that change fairly soon.
I am an active amateur radio operator. I have been a ham since the
fall of 1976. I am active on almost every band from 1.8 MHz to 10
GHz. I also am involved in various ways with a number of amateur radio
web sites. They include QSL.NET/QTH.NET, eHam.netas well as with the various sites
that support the CQ Contests and the
NCJ web site. If you have any questions
or suggestions about DXWorld.com or anything else feel free to send me
Thanks and 73
George - K5TR
A collection of interactive pages for DXers.