The IRCA MEXICAN LOG lists all AM stations in Mexico by frequency, including call letters, state, city, day/night power, slogans, schedule in UTC/GMT, formats, networks and notes. The call letter index gives call, frequency, city and state. The city index (listed by state, then city) includes frequency, call and day/night power. The transmitter site index (listed by state, then city) tabulates the latitude and longitude of transmitter sites. This is an indispensable reference for anyone who hears Mexican radio stations. Size is 8 1/2" x 11". Pricing now at cost!
Prices: IRCA/NRC members – $7.00 (US), $8.50 (Canada), $12.00 (México), $14.00 (rest of the world). Non-IRCA/NRC members – add $2.00.
A DXers Technical Guide, 4th Edition (Spring 2004)
In its nearly 200 pages you will learn about the principles underlying the design of successful receivers, antennas and receiving accessories, find reviews of the best commercially available DXing equipment in different price ranges, as well as detailed instructions for building one's own antennas and other DXing aids. Although it focuses on the technical backdrop to medium wave DXing, it will also be of interest to serious shortwave listeners and low band radio amateurs.
Prices: IRCA/NRC members – $15.00 (US), $16.50 (Canada) $18.00 (México), $20.00 (rest of the world). Non-IRCA/NRC members – add $2.00.
12 maps showing 15 minute sunset and sunrise times for the US and 12 maps showing hourly sunset and sunrise times for the World. Explanation includes use of the maps and examples of DX made possible by knowledge of SR/SS times.
Prices: IRCA/NRC members – $2.25 (US), $3.00 (Canada) $3.50 (México), $4.50 (rest of the world).
Non-IRCA members – add $1.00.
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