TPDX - Trans Pacific DX on Medium Wave 

This website is about hearing AM broadcast band stations from across the Pacific.  TP DXing (as it's called) is a specialized part of the radio listening hobby. This site should be of interest to medium wave Dxers in North America, as well as hobbyists in Australia, New Zealand, the Far East, and Europe who like to explore the AM band for exotic receptions. 

 The Pacific Asian Log
The Pacific Asian Log (PAL) is a list of all known medium wave broadcast stations in the Asia-Pacific region.  It covers half the planet -  from Afghanistan to Alaska. 

It lists over 4000 stations in 60 countries, with frequency, location, call letters, slogan, network, power, schedule, languages, and other information. It also includes longwave broadcasting stations in the region, plus weather stations and beacons operating near the MW band. The log is compiled from DX reports and information gleaned from the worldwide web. 

In March 2005, the Pacific Asian Log  moved to a new home at the Radio Heritage Foundation website.  The new site includes a search engine, where you can look up stations by frequency, country, location, and network.

Grayland is a small town on the coast of Washington state, about 200 km southwest of Seattle. It has a population of around 500, and is one of the leading cranberry-producing areas in the United States.  It is also a popular place for DXers in the Northwestern U.S. and British Columbia to congregate and listen to exitic DX stations. . 

Each year, several groups of DXers travel to Grayland to put out Beverage antennas and hear  Trans-Pacific stations on the Medium Wave and Tropical shortwave bands. 

The most recent DXpedition took place in October 2004. You can find complete details in our Expedition log.

Check out the logs page for earlier expeditions. 


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This page was last updated on  April 16, 2005