Silent Key

I am very sad to inform that Mirek Rozbicki SP5IXI (VK6DXI, 7X0DX, 9M8DX, Z21DXI etc.)  passed on April 14 from a heart attack. He will be greatly missed by all his family and friends. It happened so suddenly and shocked all of us. Our great HAM, great friend and an example of HAM Spirit is Silent Key for ever.

Friend and QSL Manager


I can confirm QSOs from Mireks’s logs I have (bureau, direct). All of them are also uploaded to the LoTW and are available at the ClubLog. These are:

Unfortunately I have no logs for VK6DXI. Mirek used to confirm all of home QSOs himself.

Z21DXI Log Search/OQRS (ClubLog)

For some years we had our own online log but since the first Z21DXI activity in 2010 many new great HAM tools were developed. So after some emails it was decided to upload all Z21DXI QSOs to the ClubLog. Thanks to G7VJR for all ClubLog fantastic tools and features.

Z21DXI log is now available at ClubLog together with the OQRS tool (for bureau or direct cards). Log will be updated every few days.

9M8DX/2, TF/SP5IXI (August and September)

In August I was active as TF/SP5IXI for a few weeks. I had some very nice meetings there. Not too much time for HAM radio but I was trying to do my best to be on the bands.

One of the highlights was visiting Thor TF4M and operating from his great QTH as TF4X.  I did not try the Arctic King but I hope to do it one day 🙂

Second part of August I was active from Kuala Lumpur as 9M8DX/2. Big neon lights have been installed near my usual QTH since my last visit so the QRM level increased dramatically.

On September 10 I landed in Reykjavik again and I am going to be active as TF/SP5IXI for two or three weeks. On Thursdays I am going to visit the usual meetings at TF3IRA and perhaps I will be able to operate from the TF3IRA club station.

In Malaysia as wel as in Iceland I am on business trips so my HAM radio activity is limited and is possible only in my free time (usually late evenings and weekends).

QSL for 9M8DX and TF/SP5IXI via SP5UAF (bureau, direct, email request).