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Historic utility radio club publications

RCDXC  

RCDXC-1971-Dec

RCDXC-1972-Nov

RCDXC-1973-July

RCDXC-1974-Jan

RCDXC-1977-Feb

RCDXC-1981-June

RCDXC-1981-Dec

RCDXC-1982-April

RCDXC-1983-Oct

RCDXC-1983-Dec

RCDXC-1984-Sept

RCDXC 1987-Feb




SPEEDX

SPEEDX's World of Utilities

SPEEDX 1992-01

SPEEDX 1992-02

SPEEDX 1992-03

SPEEDX 1992-04

SPEEDX 1992-05

SPEEDX 1992-06

SPEEDX 1992-08


Utility Newsletter

UTNL 1986

UTNL 1987

UTNL 1988

UTNL 1989

UTNL 1990

UTNL 1991

UTNL 1992

UTNL 1993

UTNL 1994

UTNL 1995

UTNL 1996


European Utility Newsletter

EUNL 1997

EUNL 1998

EUNL 1999

EUNL 2000

EUNL 2001

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SPEEDX, WUN, UTNL, EUNL and RCDXC are defunct radio clubs



WUN Newsletters

WUN volume 1 - 1995

WUN volume 2 - 1996

WUN volume 3 - 1997

WUN volume 4 - 1998

WUN volume 5 - 1999

WUN volyme 6 - 2000

WUN volume 7 - 2001

WUN volume 8 - 2002

WUN volume 9 - 2003

WUN volume 10 - 2004

10 Years WUN

WUN volume 11 - 2005

WUN volume 12 - 2006


WUN Special Topic Reports

WUN STR 1

WUN STR 2

WUN STR 3

WUN STR 4

WUN STR 5

WUN STR 6

WUN STR 7

WUN STR 8

WUN STR 9


WUN Archive

AFTN RTTY circuits

DigiFAQ 5.3

Monitoring Times July 1995

MT Excellence Award

Radio Navigation Signals

Standard frequency and time signal stations on LF and HF

WUN ELF and VLF Guide v1

WUN logbook

WUN on Agentura.ru (picture)

WUN on Agentura.ru (link)

WUN CD announced in Monitoring Times



Worldwide Utility News club (WUN)

WUN was an electronic club for sharing news, information and loggings about Utility (non-broadcast) transmissions on the 0-30 MHz radio spectrum. WUN was founded in January 1995 and was dissolved in April 2006.

Society to Preserve the Engrossing Enjoyment of DXing (SPEEDX)

SPEEDX was founded in 1971 and ceased operations in 1995. SPEEDX covered both broadcasting and utility stations.

Radio Communications DX-Club (RCDXC)

Founded in Sweden in 1961. RCDXC was transferred to Holland in 1967 and retransferred to Sweden in 1972. It was dissolved in the spring of 1990. The club covered mainly Point-to-Point stations.


Utility Newsletter (UTNL)

UTNL was founded in Germany in January 1986 and stopped in May 1996. It covered utility stations that transmitted in the range of 0-30 MHz. Editor: Reinhard Klein-Arendt.


European Utility Newsletter (EUNL)

EUNL was the successor of the UTNL. Founded in April 1997 and stopped in November 2001.

Editor: Andreas Ibold.