Over the years, I have DXed TV, FM, medium wave (AM), and shortwave. Although medium wave was always my favorite, TV DX consumes most of my DX time these days. My current TV log contains more than 1,000 TV stations logged since 1994.
While TV DX from Mexico has been the main focus of my DXing since the late 1990s, my TV log contains stations from forty inland U.S. states, D.C., Hawaii, five Canadian provinces, and five Latin America countries. As for Mexico, my log contains 134 TV stations from twenty-seven (of thirty-one) states and D.F.
The August, 2010, issue of
Monitoring Times magazine contains my article about TV DXing in the digital age. TV DX is featured on the cover, and my article is three pages long. Many thanks to MT's Ken Reiss for giving me the opportunity to write that article.
My TV DX pictures were photographed using the following equipment:
Canon AE-1 35mm camera (1996-2004)
Snappy 2 screen capture (2003)
Canon digital camera (2005)
Canon A590IS digital camera (2009-present)
Thank God, my wife's health has been better this year. Nevertheless, my time spent DXing has been limited during the spring and summer of 2012. I did not DX at all in April, May, and most of June. In fact, the first day that I managed to spend a considerable amount of time DXing was July 4th. That is the reason for the small quantity of DX, mediocre quality of some DX, and lack of variety in the DX displayed here.