DX Logs from Other Places

Click on a blue box below to view the DX log from my visits to various places throughout the US.  Please note that since I do not regularly DX in these locations, that the logs will instead be in a blog post format and NOT in the regular Excel format my home DX log is in.

Las Vegas, NV

HD Radio and RDS dial scan, with screenshots, from Las Vegas, NV.  Log last updated: 4/6/13.

Chesapeake, VA

Chesapeake, Virginia is located 4 miles south of Norfolk, VA.  In the summer months, signals from as far as Raleigh, NC and Richmond, VA can come in with minor tropospheric enhancement.  Coastal tropo can extend the signal range by hundreds of miles to the north or south.  Log last updated: 7/3/04.

Dunedin, FL

Dunedin, FL is located 15 miles west of Tampa, FL.  Its spot on the west coast of Florida is perfect, bringing in gulf tropo into the FL panhandle, MS, AL, and south FL, among other places.  Log last updated: 4/13/03.

Myrtle Beach, SC

I DXed while in Myrtle Beach in the summer of 2012.  With only the supplied wire antenna that came with the Sony XDR-F1HD radio, I received a great tropo duct into the Miami, Jacksonville and West Palm Beach areas of Florida for two days, receiving signals over 530 miles away–some with full stereo sound.  Log last updated: 7/1/12.

Richmond, VA

I DXed 10 miles NNW of Richmond in the summer of 2012.  This provided an interesting perspective since most of my tropo pests at home in Woodbridge, VA are Richmond stations.  As expected, the opposite was true in Richmond, with DC-area signals bombarding the FM dial, some with local-grade reception at almost 100 miles away.  Log last updated: 6/25/12.

Tyler, TX

Tyler, TX is situated 102 miles east of Dallas, TX and 88 miles west of Shreveport, LA in northeast Texas.  Log last updated: 3/11/05.

Woodstock, VA

Woodstock, VA is situated 77 miles from Washington, DC, 105 miles from Baltimore, MD and 106 miles from Richmond, VA.  Its position along the NNE/SSW-oriented Shenandoah Valley affords interesting reception which are significantly attenuated to the west, but not so much in other directions.  This allows Woodstock to receive many DC and central VA stations I can receive at home about 70 miles away in Woodbridge, VA, however without the coastal tropo from DE, NJ or PA. Log last updated: 5/24/08.