LX9DX started up in the 90’s and was first managed by LX1GQ and LX1EA.

In 2006 a new DX and Contest Group was created and we will use this callsign for any operation from our contest site in Eschdorf in north of Luxembourg (JN29XV). In the contests we use LX7I as call.

Hopfully we will be able to enlarge our antenna system and give out the LX-DXCC on any band you need it.

Cu in the contests as LX7I,

73s de Philippe LX2A / LX7I / LX9DX

President of Luxembourg DX and Contest ClubIf you would like to send a QSL card directly, please follow these instructions:

  • ensure that the QSO information on your card are complete and correct.
  • Enclose a self-addressed envelope (SAE). US Stations: please include the name of your country on the envelope.
  • Enclose return postage as follows:
  • EU stations: 1 new style IRC or 1 US$ or 1 EUR.
  • Non EU stations: 1 new style IRC or 2 US$ or 1 EUR.
  • All QSL requests containing insufficient postage or an old IRC will be returned via the QSL bureau.