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AUSTRALIAN DX REPORT
A weekly 15 minute program for the very latest news about shortwave broadcasting! Schedule changes, propagation, and monitoring notes
The EDXP celebrated its 16th birthday on January 4, 2012, moving into its 17th year of continuous operations. It was the pioneer hobby DXing organisation using Internet technology.
Australian Outback Communications - antenna towers at Aurora Resort, Kakadu, Northern Territory. (Photo by Bob Padula, November 2008)
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Radio EDXP is our Radio Broadcasting Station. It carries the Australian DX Report, heard every Monday at 1245-1300 UTC on 15825 kHz (for Africa, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Americas)
The shows are also heard every Saturday at 1700 UTC on 12160 kHz for the Americas and Europe.
The Shows are also simulcast live via Streaming Audio from WWCR
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The Australian DX Report is also aired over various other international shortwave broadcasters.
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