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RADIO SONAR, Saturday, 22th of July, 19:00 and 21:00 GMT, ~6.265 khz
by RADIO SONAR. Posted on Středa, červenec 19 @ 12:10:19 CEST
DX tipyDear listeners,

“RADIO SONAR” is active next Saturday, 22th of July, 19:00 and 21:00 GMT on
6.265 khz (or between 6.240 and 6.280 khz).
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Activity of the council of europe radio club
by Francis. Posted on Pátek, květen 26 @ 13:00:49 CEST
DX tipyDear Friend

to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Council of Europe radio Amateur Club - TP2CE - ,a special activity take place June 16, 17 and 18th, 2006 with the call TP20CE
At the occasion a little challenge : " Council of Europe Radio Club 20th Anniversary Challenge".
ruleson web site: http://ewwa.free.fr (6 languages)
QSL via F5LGF

Best regards and 73s

Francis/F6FQK
TP2CE Station's Director
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Radio & TV transmitters in 2005 in the Czech Republic & Slovakia
by CSDXC. Posted on Pondělí, květen 23 @ 08:44:56 CEST
Klubová ediceMore ... 11th edition of the popular club publication that includes lists of Radio & TV transmitters in the Czech Republic and Slovakia on LW, MW, FM and TV bands, RDS codes and addresses of all stations. You can also find here a listing of transmitters on FM I, FM II & TV band abroad that can permanently be heard in the Czech Republic and a review of frequency allocations. As a new feature, included is detailed information on digital broadcasting DVB-T.
11th edition, March 2005
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Diplomas of the Czechoslovak DX Club
by CSDXC. Posted on Středa, květen 18 @ 15:41:55 CEST
QSL
20 full-colour diplomas are available to any DXer/SWL regardless to his/her membership in any DX club. The diplomas are in a landscape A4 size (297 x 210 mm) and available against a respective list of verified stations/countries incl. date and frequency of the verified log. The price of each diploma is EUR 3.00 / USD 3.00 plus 1 IRC airmail Europe or surface mail overseas, or 2 IRC airmail overseas. One additional IRC for registered mail, if required.
Send to:
Jaroslav Bohac, Jizerska 2900/11, CZ-400 11 Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic.
Unless noted otherwise, only BC stations are allowed (state-owned, private, pirate, clandestine and unofficial) and frequencies are not limited (LW, MW, SW, FM). Stations can be counted separately only if they have, at least for a part of their regular programmes, also their own programme which shall be heard and verified (see networks of state-owned radios etc.). Countries incl. the former ones shall be counted by EDXC classification.
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Slovak Republic - (History and Facts)
by CSDXC. Posted on Středa, květen 18 @ 15:36:21 CEST
Československý DX klub
The Slovak Republic, or Slovakia in short, came into existence on 1st January, 1993 by splitting the Czechoslovak Federative Republic into the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. It is located in the centre of Europe and its neighbours are the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Ukraine and Poland.
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Czech Republic - (History and Facts)
by CSDXC. Posted on Středa, květen 18 @ 15:10:40 CEST
Československý DX klub
The Czech Republic (or Czechia in short as used for postal purposes) came into existence on 1st January, 1993 by splitting the Czechoslovak Federative Republic into the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. It is located in the centre of Europe and its neighbours are the Federal Republic of Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland.
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A Brief History of Radio Broadcasting in Czechoslovakia
by CSDXC. Posted on Středa, květen 18 @ 15:03:28 CEST
Československý DX klub
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Czechoslovak DX club
by CSDXC. Posted on Středa, květen 18 @ 14:57:39 CEST
Československý DX klub
CZECHOSLOVAK DX CLUB (CSDXC)
is the first and only BCB DX club in the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic, established in 1990.

Membership is open to everyone interested in long distance reception of radio, television and utility stations outside the amateur bands.

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