INDEXA, The International DX Association, has over 1,000 members from around the world. INDEXA’s primary mission is to support DX and DXpeditions to rare and remote countries, promote amateur radio, and provide the world’s DXers with an opportunity make contact with those rare entities. At times INDEXA is able to support humanitarian aid projects in conjuction with these DXpeditions.
The officials of INDEXA all volunteer their time and talents. The current officials of INDEXA are:
Bob Schenck, N2OO – President
Jerry Rosalius, WB9Z – Vice President
Hal Turley, W8HC – Secretary-Treasurer
Lou Dietrich, N2TU – BOD Chairman
Bob Allphin, K4UEE – BOD
Adrian Ciuperca, KO8SCA – BOD
Gary Dixon, K4MQG – BOD
Ralph Fedor, K0IR – BOD
Johannes Hafkensheid, PA5X – BOD
Steve Molo, KI4KWR – BOD
Steve Sullivan, KZ2I – BOD
Francesco Valsecchi, IK0FVC – BOD
Otis Vicens, NP4G – BOD
Dick Williams, W3OA BOD
Martti Laine, OH2BH – European Ambassador
INDEXA turns 40 years old in September of 2023. It has grown from a few people loaning equipment to DX travelers to an organization that has sponsored hundreds of DXpeditions that have generated millions of QSOs for those who love the thrill of a “new one,” a new band-country, or just the adrenalin rush of a DXpedition pileup. INDEXA’s Humanitarian Aid Fund provided medicine, school supplies, and technology on some of these sponsored trips. It has been a good, satisfying 40 years. If you’d like to learn more about INDEXA, please visit our website at www.indexa.org If you would like to join INDEXA, we would welcome you.
But now it’s time for all of us to celebrate those 40 years of accomplishments. To do so, please join us in the INDEXA Worldwide QSO Party running from Sept. 2 through Sept. 10 UTC. This is an on-the-air event for everyone; INDEXA members and non-members. Work everyone! Earn points, grab multipliers, operate for as few or as many hours as you like, chat on SSB if you care to, or work towards one of our many awards.
Check our Rules and Regulations page for QSO Party details. Our Downloads page will hold a User Defined logger file you can use with N1MM and a Call History file that will populate member data in you log entry window if you choose to use N1MM Logger. Check this page for updates. Our Frequently Asked Questions page should, as it suggests, answer many of your questions.