From DC to Daylight

The Association of
North American Radio Clubs

 

 

All Ohio Scanner Club |
Association of Clandestine Enthusiasts |
Canadian International DX Club |
Decalcomania |
International Radio Club of America |
Longwave Club of America
Miami Valley DX Club |
Minnesota DX Club |
North American Shortwave Association |
Pacific Northwest, British Columbia DX Club |
Southern California Area DXers |
World TV and FM DX Association

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ANARC Glossary

The following terms and abbreviations are used in these web pages:

All Wave
Interest in all radio bands.
DX
Trying to receive & log distant and/or difficult to receive stations.
FM
Dxing the FM broadcast band (88 - 108 Mhz).
HAM
Amateur Radio or Amateur Radio operator.
IRC
International Postal Reply Coupon (available at your local post office).
LW
Longwave Band (below 540 kHz).
MON
Two-way communications monitoring above 30 mHz, Police, Fire, Ambulance, Aircraft, Military, Trains, Fed Gov't, Maritime and inland waterways, businesses, etc.
MW
Dxing the medium wave broadcast frequencies of 540 - 1700 kHz.
NA
North America (USA, Canada, Mexico)
QSL
Written verification of reception from a station.
Sample
Sample copy of club's bulletin or newsletter.
SASE
Self-addressed stamped envelope.
SW
Shortwave or shortwave broadcasting, usually 1.6 to 30 Mhz.
TV
Dxing the television broadcast bands.
Util
Listening/DXing utility stations below 30 Mhz. Maritime, Aeronautical, Military, Emergency Nets, Spies and Smugglers, Time, Weather, etc. Modes: Voice, Morse Code, Teletype, Fax, etc.

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