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All content is compiled, edited and arranged by Tony Rogers, Birmingham, England (unless otherwise stated).

18 July 2024

The latest guides for Summer 2024 (A24) and other information can be found on the relevant tabs above.

If you see something that doesn't look right (whether it be content, format or the appearance of the website), please do not hesitate to let me know.

With the help of DXers and listeners worldwide, the guides are corrected and updated regularly.

Thanks to the following for their recent assistance in keeping the guides up-to-date (in alphabetical order of surname): Franck Baste (France), Tim Gaynor (Australia), Stig Hartvig-Nielsen (Denmark), Noby Hasegawa (Japan), Glenn Hauser (USA), Jose Jacob (India),  Dave Kenny (UK), Vincent Lecler (France), Alex Miatlikov (Ukraine),  Rihards Millers (Latvia),  John Vinther Nielsen (Denmark), Alan Pennington (UK), Alan Roe (UK), Atsuhiko Takezawa (Japan),  Zenon Teles (India), Rob Wagner (Australia) and Paul Walker (Alaska).

And acknowledging DXers and listeners who report their logs and observations to magazines, newsletters and websites, as well as posting them to various online groups. Those I check regularly are: British DX Club (Communication and IO Group), Canadian International DX Club (CIDXC Messenger), DX India (IO Group), EiBi (Eike Bierwirth), International Radio Club of America - IRCA (DX  Monitor), Medium Wave Circle (MW News and IO Group), Rob Wagner's Mount Evelyn DX Report, National Radio Club - NRC (DX News), North American Shortwave Association - NASWA (NASWA Journal and NASWA Flashsheet), Now on the Radio DX,  RUS-DX (Anatoly Klepov), Thomas Nilsson's Shortwave Bulletin, Wolfgang Bueschel's BC-DX, World of Radio IO Group, and Ydun's Medium Wave Info (see DX Library page for links to these sites and others).

Please accept my apologies if you have helped in the last 12 months or so and your name or club/organisation doesn't appear on this page; if I have missed you off please drop me a line and I'll make amends.

Whilst I do not ask for or expect any publicity for dxguides.info, except for when items are reproduced from this site, I would like to thank those who may have mentioned it favourably in the past in DX magazines, forums, etc. It is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Good listening, Tony

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