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SHAWN AXELROD'S VE4DX1SMA LOGBOOK PAGE


You will find on this page a link to the Logbook of Shawn Axelrod VE4DX1SMA.

The Logbook is an Excel file listing all the stations I have heard from Manitoba during my long DX career starting in February 1971.

There are separate page tabs at the bottom for the various types of DX'ing I have done from Manitoba:

Guide

Countries/States/Provinces heard by band

Amateur Bands Countries and Prefixes heard from Winnipeg

Longwave and Non Directional Beacon Stations heard from Manitoba

Broadcast Band - BCB Stations heard from Manitoba

There is also a BCB Master Logbook of BCB stations from trips I have taken worldwide.

Tropical Shortwave Bands Broadcast and Utility Stations heard from Manitoba

Pirates Stations heard from Manitoba

FM Stations heard from Manitoba

Analog TV Stations heard from Manitoba

Targets including:
BCB Targets
DX Tests
Prefixes Needed for USA stations
Ham Band Targets
Shortwave Targets

Book Collection



Many of the stations are no longer on air as these logs date back to when 
I started to DX in February of 1971.

The first tab (Guide) will explain how the Logbook is set up. After that you can
click on any of the tabs at the bottom to open up the section you want.

The final tab is a listing of my World Radio Handbooks and World Radio TV Handbooks and Passport to World Band Radio books as well 
as a listing of other books in my radio library.
I am always looking to buy missing years if you have any to sell.

I update the Logbook every Sunday.

Any comments positive or otherwise are appreciated at address below.

I hope you enjoy the pages. Be patient it may load slowly.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LOG BOOK OF SHAWN AXELROD

Here is a current view of my listening post.
The receivers are: DRAKE R-8 on the left ICOM ICR-70 to the right on top ICOM ICR-7000 to the right on bottom All three have original matching speakers




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