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DX Engineering has increased its support for the World Radiosport Team Championship 2018 (WRTC). The company is now a Gold Level sponsor. The announcement was made by WRTC 2018 at the Bavarian Contest Club annual dinner in Friedrichshafen, Germany this past July.

“DX Engineering is proud to support this outstanding event,” said Tim Duffy K3LR, Chief Operating Officer of DX Engineering. “We strongly believe in the global impact of WRTC2018 as Contesters and DXers from around the world will take part.”

“We welcome the increased support by DX Engineering,” said Christian Janssen DL1MGB, president of the WRTC 2018 Organizing Committee. “Teaming with innovative partners like DX Engineering will help insure the success of this event.”

WRTC 2018 will be held July 12-16, 2018 in the Jessen/Wittenberg region of Germany, south of Berlin. Approximately 60 teams will fight for the title of World Champion. Unlike the usual contesting, WRTC 2018 participants must use identical antennas in the same geographical region, which eliminates many variables. The WRTC 2018 will be supported by about 300 volunteers who will set up the antennas and host the infrastructure.

About DX Engineering

At DX Engineering, Amateur Radio is all we do. Our goal is simple: fulfill the needs of Ham radio enthusiasts with the best products and technical support. Whether it’s DXing, Contesting or just everyday operating, we strive to develop products that fill a specific need, are fully tested, reliable, and represent the best value for your money. DX Engineering also carries the highest-quality products from brands that meet our exacting standards. Read more about DX Enineering at

About WRTC 2018

WRTC 2018 e.V. is the organizer of the World Radiosport Team Championship 2018 in Germany. The WRTC is held every four years. Previous WRTCs were held in Seattle/USA (1990), San Francisco/USA (1996), Slovenia (2000), Finland (2002) Brazil (2006) Russia (2010) and New England/USA (2014).

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