Saturday, June 17, 2017


 The BITX map problem has been solved! You can now add yourself to the map again, or send an email as before. There is a second new shorter link:  
 To add yourself to the map, enter your address in the search box and then click "add to map" in the small info box that appears. Next click on "edit" (looks like a pencil) at the bottom of the info box, and change the top line (with your address) to your call sign. You can also enter other info such as antenna type, power out etc in the box below your call. Then click the "save" button.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

BITX40 QSO Night

BITX40 users are meeting every Sunday evening at 7pm (your local time) on 7.277 MHz in North America and on 7.178 MHz elsewhere. To listen for stations in the time zone on either side of you, monitor at 6pm and 8pm (your local time).
Also check  for BITX40 QSO announcements.

BITX Operators Map

A map of BITX users throughout the world can be viewed at . This map is currently locked. To get added, please send your call and address to VE3RRD @ gmail DOT com or to KD9CYF @ gmail DOT com . You can also include other info such as power output and type of antenna if you wish it to be displayed.