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Mechanical Television

Mechanical Television DX (Long Distance) Reception

Long distance (DX) reception of television began almost as soon as mechanical TV broadcasts began. Because these stations used medium and short waves, their signals could travel long distances. In the United States, it was common for east coast and west coast stations to be received in the midwest and south.

First transatlantic TV reception
Signal by Television Transmitted 20,000 MIles to Australia
Attic Inventor's Magic Eye Sees Across the Atlantic
Successful DX Work Marks Radio Movie Transmission - Radio News, November 1928