Domestic Broadcasting Survey 17

PRESS RELEASE FROM

THE DANISH SHORTWAVE CLUB INTERNATIONAL (DSWCI)

http://www.dswci.org

NEW SURVEY AVAILABLE:

The DOMESTIC BROADCASTING SURVEY 17 (DBS-17), April 2015

edited by DSWCI Chairman, Anker Petersen.

ISSN 1399-8218

The 58 years old DSWCI which counts experienced DX-ers in 34 countries all over the world as members, has just issued

the 17th Edition of its annual Domestic Broadcasting Survey. This survey is divided into three parts:

Part 1: The 43rd edition of the Tropical Bands Survey covering all ACTIVE broadcasting stations on 2300 – 5700 kHz, including clandestines.

Part 2: Domestic stations on international shortwave bands above 5700 kHz broadcasting to a domestic audience.

Part 3: Deleted frequencies between 2 and 30 MHz which have not been reported heard during the past five years, but may reappear.

This new Survey is based upon monitoring by our members, many official sources and DX-bulletins. A15 schedules…

EDXC News

PRESS RELEASE FROM

THE DANISH SHORTWAVE CLUB INTERNATIONAL (DSWCI)

www.dswci.org

NEW SURVEY AVAILABLE:

The DOMESTIC BROADCASTING SURVEY 17 (DBS-17), April 2015

edited by DSWCI Chairman, Anker Petersen.

ISSN 1399-8218

The 58 years old DSWCI which counts experienced DX-ers in 34 countries all over the world as members, has just issued

the 17th Edition of its annual Domestic Broadcasting Survey. This survey is divided into three parts:

Part 1: The 43rd edition of the Tropical Bands Survey covering all ACTIVE broadcasting stations on 2300 – 5700 kHz, including clandestines.

Part 2: Domestic stations on international shortwave bands above 5700 kHz broadcasting to a domestic audience.

Part 3: Deleted frequencies between 2 and 30 MHz which have not been reported heard during the past five years, but may reappear.

This new Survey is based upon monitoring by our members, many official sources and DX-bulletins. A15 schedules…

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