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1. OBJECTIVES EDXP seeks to provide timely and topical news and information to shortwave radio monitoring hobbyists worldwide, via electronic or media, about broadcasting operations from 2,300-30,000 kHz
2. COVERAGE AND
AREA OF IMPACT
|Shortwave media and publications|
3. GENERAL INFORMATION
The ELECTRONIC DX PRESS (EDXP) is a non-commercial, hobby venture, convened on a voluntary basis by Bob Padula, of Melbourne, Australia. Bob is a Consultant Professional Communications Engineer, and a freelance technical writer, and he's been actively involved with the radio monitoring (DXing) movement in editorial, or managerial capacities, for some 43 years. He's a foundation (1965) and Life Member of the Australian Radio DX Club Incorporated, and holds the Australian Government Award of the Medal of the Order of Australia, (OAM) for services rendered in a voluntary capacity to shortwave radio.
Publication Frequency: EDXP will be issued frequently, at intervals consistent with the timeliness and importance of information received.
Spread the Word! Members are invited to recommend or nominate other people or groups who they feel would like to receive EDXP - please advise the EDXP Manager of their E-mail addresses.
No Public Postings: EDXP is not posted on public access servers and is intended to be a contributory service to the global SW DXing community. Reuse of information assumes that normal editorial courtesies will be observed, with acknowledgment to the original source, and to "EDXP".
Participation: Is conditional on members providing relevant information and news via e-mail, fax, telephone, or postal mail, at least once in every three four editions. Members who fail to satisfy this requirement will be deleted from all EDXP services.
Commercial Use: Reuse of EDXP data for commercial (profit) applications is acceptable, provided that arrangements have been negotiated in advance. Information: News forwarded to EDXP is expected to be original. In this sense, members may include individuals, electronic newsletters, DX radio clubs, radio stations, DX Federations, publishers, booksellers, transmission planners, and any other organization or person with an interest in international radio broadcasting.
Clubs and Federations: If you receive EDXP as a representative of an organisation, you are entitled to reuse material sourced to EDXP , with the exception of items designated as "Copyright". You do NOT need to seek special approval! You are welcome to distribute EDXP within your organisation for editorial and research purposes. You are also invited to send in personal items! The further distribution of EDXP material by organisations and individuals who are not registered to receive is not allowed.
Status: EDXP is NOT a "Club" in the accepted sense. Its principal output is the EDXP Newsletter, distributed electronically, supported by additional services as described in this site. It brings together relevant information in a structured and timely manner, as contributed by individual recipients or researched from other sources. It operates on the premise that the sum of pooled information is much greater than individual parts!
Copyright: EDXP is Copyright!!! This obliges recipients NOT to repost it, or extracts, on public access messaging systems!
Hello: Prospective members are sent a copy of the most recent edition of EDXP and enjoy trial membership for the next three issues.
4. EDXP NEWS REPORTS
OVER INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTERS
Special news reports compiled by the Electronic DX Press, concentrating on shortwave broadcasts to and from Asia, the Far East, Australia, the Pacific and the Indian sub-continent, may be heard over three major international shortwave broadcasters:
The Voice of the Andes, HCJB, Quito, Ecuador, on the THIRD Saturday (UTC) and repeated on the following Sunday. The "EDXP REPORT" is aired over HCJB during the "DX Party Line" English program
World Harvest Radio International, KWHR Hawaii, WHRA Maine, WHRI Indiana, on the FIRST Friday (UTC) and repeated on the following Saturday and Sunday. The "EDXP REPORT" is aired during the "DXing with Cumbre" English program
Radio Korea International, Seoul, Korea, on Sundays (UTC). The "EDXP REPORT" is aired during the "Multiwave Feedback" program
|Europe & South Pacific|
Please visit the WORLD HARVEST RADIO or CUMBRE-DX Web pages for the latest schedule for your region!
World Harvest Radio
"DXing with Cumbre"
|Sundays||0200||11725 11810||South America|
|Sundays||1030||11715 (via Sackville, Canada relay)||North America|
|Sundays||1300||9570 13670||South East Asia|
|Sundays||1600||9515 13670||Middle East, Africa|
|Sundays||2100||3955 (via Skelton, UK relay||Europe|
(QSLS) OF EDXP BROADCASTS
Full-detailed QSLs with a specific confirmation text are offered for correct reception reports of EDXP sponsored broadcasts. Reports should include brief details of programming heard to enable authenticity to be validated, indicating date (UTC), time (UTC), frequency, program and reception quality and interference effects. E-mailed reports welcomed to
which will be verified by Web-delivered QSLs.
Return postage would be appreciated with postal mailed reports: four 45 cent stamps from Australian listeners, one IRC or US$1 elsewhere.
EDXP RECEPTION REPORT FORM
Here is a special ON-LINE Reception Report Form template.
All you need to do is to fill in the details, press the Submit Button, and the details will be sent automatically to EDXP in Melbourne!
|(NEW!!) AUSTRALASIAN SHORTWAVE GUIDE
November - No.10 : B-2000 Transmission Period - Oct-28, 2000, until Mar-25, 2001
36 pages A5, Comprehensive information of shortwave transmissions in all languages beamed to Australia and the Pacific, and for broadcasts in English to Asia, the Far East, Siberia, and the Indian sub-continent. Data arranged two sections - by order of studio country and by order of program start time. Gives broadcast organization, frequencies, start times, end times, languages, target areas, transmitter site, transmitter country, studio country, broadcast days and other information. Very popular - published in November and May. ( A$10 to Australian addresses, A$15/US$10/10 IRCs elsewhere).
|High Frequency Monitoring Studies. These A4 format monograms are published every six months, covering detailed monitoring made in south Eastern Australia during the mid winter and mid summer daytime periods, on frequencies up to 9900 kHz, between 0000 and 0400 UTC. Each entry shows station, organization, transmitter site, transmitter country studio country, language, broadcast day(s), observed reception times (arranged in frequency order). Studies are available for the periods June 96, Jan 97, Jun 97, Jan 98, Jun 98, Jan 99, Jun 99, Jan 2000, and June 2000 (NEW!!!) and range from 4 to 14 pages. Descriptive information analyzing propagation effects is included. (A$5 to Australian addresses, A$7/US$5 airmail elsewhere).
World Map of ITU Zones. An A4 chart showing ITU CIRAF zones applicable to international broadcasting. (A$2 in Australia, A$5/US$2 elsewhere).
|Spectrum Occupancy Chart. An A3 landscape chart, intended for the manual insertion of monitoring data in bar graph format, customizable by the user. Package of 8. May be photo copied as required by users. (A$5 in Australia, A$10/US$5 elsewhere airmail)
International Schedule Package. Contains a selection of current schedules for various international broadcasters. The actual content will vary from timer to time, consistent with availability of schedules made available. (A$5 in Australia, A$10/US$5 airmail elsewhere).
Shortwave Guide to South East Asia . May 1999 - 32 pages A4. A unique guide to radio broadcasting from Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. For each country, extensive background information is given - broadcasting structure, transmitter sites, maps, languages, ethnicity, religions, geography, history, political addresses, QSL policies, and complete schedules for domestic and external services. (A$10 to Australian addresses, A$15/US$10/10 IRCs airmail elsewhere)
Benelux DX Club
DX Club do Brasil
Transmitter Documentation Project
George Jacobs and Associates
North American Shortwave Association
International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB)
Nordic Shortwave Centre
American SW Listeners Club
Collection of Tuning Signals
Worldwide DX Club
World of Radio
South Asia Radio Guide (India)
Universal DX League of India
The Voice of the Andes, Quito, Ecuador
QSL Information Home Page
National Association of SW Broadcasters (NASB)
|Association of North American Radio Clubs
International Listener (UK)
Worldwide DX Club Top News
IPS Radio and Space Services
IRRS/NEXUS (Milano, Italy)
Globe Radio DX Club (India)
European DX Council
Gruppo d'Ascolto Due Mari
10. CONTACT AND ADDRESS INFORMATION
This Web page has been designed, created and published by Bob Padula, 404 Mont Albert Road, Surrey Hills, Victoria 3127, Australia Tel/FAX: +61 3 9898 2906 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://members.tripod.com/~bpadula/edxp.html This page has been visited times. Sign My Guestbook View My Guestbook © 1999 Electronic DX Press. All rights reserved.