The Mariana Islands DX Association

is a small amateur radio club with members on the islands of Guam and Saipan. The club promotes HF operating, DX'ing, and contesting.

On these web pages you will find many pictures - pictures of our members, their shacks and antennas, club photos, and some pictures of the islands in the Northern Mariana chain. You can visit our QSL Gallery to see many old QSL cards from Guam and some current ones too. On our Public Service page you will find pictures of events that we have attended. Our Visitors page has pictures of hams who have visited the Mariana Islands to DX and to contest.

You will also find QSL information for currently active hams in our club, and some general information about the Guam QSL bureau.

To find information about MIDXA, the history of ham radio in the Mariana Islands, and membership information, please visit our Club Info page.

We hope you enjoy visiting these pages and learning about the hams in the western Pacific. Please visit again soon.

73 from MIDXA

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Just another day in paradise ?

Click here to see why it's so hard to keep
antennas up in the Mariana Islands....

EchoLink - MIDXA sponsors two EchoLink nodes.
WH2DX is located in Guam on 145.00 simplex.
NH2DX is located in Amelia Island, Florida on 147.50 simplex.
WH2DX is open access.

To learn more about the EchoLink software, visit their web site.

Repeaters - Saipan 146.94 - Guam 146.91
All repeaters are open for anyones use. MIDXA does not sponsor
any of the above repeaters, they are sponsored by other
clubs and/or by individual hams.

Click the tag to see the largest collection of vehicles
equipped with Guam ham tags ever assembled anywhere
on the face of the earth !!


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