Welcome to the DXer.ca website
The DXer.ca website site has been on the air for over 24 years and is listed as a resource in the 2018 edition of the World Radio TV Handbook!
It has been pretty quiet around here and I am taking a break from making so many boxes, VACTROL units and Phasers (no time!) - and putting some energy in freshening up the site, maybe adding some content and features and kick starting the new solar cycle.
If you have been a regular visitor to DXer.ca, I would love to hear from you. Websites tend to be one way mirrors at times - and it can get very lonely in here. We have a forum but nobody does forums anymore so that will likely be deleted in time for the coming updates! If you have an argument in favor of keeping some kind of forum alive, please speak up now! Send an e-mail - if only to say, "Hey! I am alive too!"
Hosted in Victoria B.C. Canada, the DXer.ca website has promoted the radio listening (SWL/DXing) hobby since the mid-1990's -- as well as promoting Amateur radio, electronics experimentation and development. My call sign is VA7WWV - but we don't spend too much time talking about Ham radio here as there are plenty of other websites and YouTube channels devoted to that...
Picture at right - A QSL Card from Radio Japan
We are doing a very, very significant update to DXer.ca - brief outages may take place - All of our main features, galleries and photo/file downloads are being turned off during the upgrade... but they will return with a promise of MORE content!
Ian McFarland's final show on RCI - March 1991
Colin Newell on CBC Spark with Nora Young