Contact Alpha Xray International Syndicate CB Radio Club [AXIS] to JOIN!

THIS IS NOT A NORMAL CB RADIO DX CLUB!

[Its FREE for one thing!!]

It is a CB Radio Club of people that chat to other members from all over the world on a set Home channel inside the legal CB Radio band, but do like to have other callsigns and DX as well across the 11m Band and more.

The Alpha-Xray International Syndicate Citizens Band Radio Club was created by four constantly mobile sales reps in Melbourne Australia about 1973. 

Many joined over time from all around the world over the years because of our style of operation on one [private -sub 3#A] channel. The “RatHole” 26.995 LSB.

Unfortunately the CB Radio Boom went BUST and many members disappeared or simply passed away! So membership is now open again and co-ordinated by this website but,

we are using the legal mostly quiet channel #3 – 26.895 LSB. with the “RatHole” 26.995 #3A as backup for those who have it.

 Why don’t you join us now and feel the pleasure of just having a great QSO to someone and making friends over time instead of “yeah your 5/9, whats my signal? 73’s “

Tell us a bit about yourself and your CB & other hobbies and what prompted you to join & what AX NUMBER would you prefer as long as it falls into the numbering scheme for your location.

PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE DECIDED TO RETAIN THE ORIGINAL NUMBERING SYSTEM EXCEPT FOR VICTORIA AUSTRALIA WHICH WILL NOW START WITH THE NUMBER THREE.

AX308 Joe is our first new Victorian to Join July 2015 with the new 3 prefix as most of the original VIC numbers below 100 have been allocated. Only exceptions are AX240 and AX055 in QLD.

 

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Thanks for your enquiry to join AlphaXray CB Club [or AXIS, "Alpha Xray International Syndicate" of Radio Operators.]
As we have lost most members over the years most numbers are available so we can probably allocate your current unit number if available.

The RULES: There are NO Rules! Just common sense.

Except the MAIN AX CALL & QSO channel is now CH#3 LSB & the "Rat-Hole" CH#3A or 26.995 LSB if you have it for more quiet QSO's.
You can use the AX call on any other channel if you want also. I probably sit on #38LSB mostly with another radio on #3A.
When there were many of us we would just sit on #3A constantly waiting for the DX to open to other interstate or global AX stations.