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E-skip
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  1. a concept related to broadcast frequencies

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 2, 2008
  2. and FM DX are two terms, customarily grouped together, that refer to long-distance reception of TV and FM radio stations, respectively

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  3. The term DX is an old telegraphic term meaning "long distance." These terms refer to the active search for distant radio or television stations received during unusual tropospheric lower atmospheric weather-related, or E-layer and F2-layer upper atmo

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  4. VHF/UHF television and radio signals are normally limited to a maximum "deep fringe" reception service area of approximately 40 - 100 miles (60 - 160 kilometers) in areas where the broadcast spectrum is congested, and about 50 percent farther in the

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  5. FM DX Italy

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