Here is the list of Mexican states:
Results are displayed below this display header. Each field (column) is sortable (except for remarks). Sometimes using a
combination of searching and sorting will yield the results you are
// - This is short for parallel. This means that the callsign shown in the "callsign" field and the callsign shown in the "//" field share the same programming. This does not necessarily mean that the callsign shown in the // field is the originator of that programming.
Use the language pull down menu to search for stations broadcasting in languages other than English. Use the country pull down menu to select the country.
RDS info will be familiar to anyone using a receiver that displays RDS data. Each station using displays a unique PI code. PI codes are not shown on all RDS receivers and radios. Most DXers regard the logging of a station's PI code as a legitimate logging of a radio station. PTY codes indicate a station's format (program type). This is a standardized list and is mostly accurate however some stations may use an incorrect PTY code. I-Heart (formerlyClear Channel) FM stations also use their own PI codes beginning with 1xxx. These are referred to as bogus calls because decoding these codes results in incorrect callsigns. To search for stations by PI codes, enter the codes in UPPER CASE or the search will return empty.
The Mode field indicates monaural, stereo or HD reception. An empty field denotes stereo. HD is shown when the station broadcasts either in FD and also monaural FM (HD-M).
Longitude and latitude are shown in degrees, minutes and seconds. Thus 75-17-26 is 75 degrees, 17 minutes and 26 seconds.
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This is Doug Smith's original program and will work with US callsigns and some Canadian callsigns.
It will not work outside of North America.
Last updated APRIL 17, 2017
Group: TV and FM DXing