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Experimental SRCI radio stations in Yucatán

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The Sistema de Radiodifusoras Culturales Indigenistas (SRCI or System of Indigenous Cultural Broadcasters), operated four experimental 10-watt FM radio stations located at Mayan boarding schools in the state of Yucatán. Each station was operated by children at the boarding schools. The stations existed from 1995 to 2019; the concessions were surrendered in June 2020.[1]

The 10 watts allotted for the stations made them the lowest-powered permitted radio stations in Mexico; the IFT awarded a social use concession to XHPEM-FM 100.7, with 5 watts ERP, in May 2015, stripping these stations of this distinction.


Four FM radio stations were part of this program:[2]

Callsign Frequency Location School Coordinates
XHCHX-FM 90.5 Chemax Dr. Alfonso Caso 20°39′18″N 87°56′14″W / 20.65500°N 87.93722°W / 20.65500; -87.93722
XHSMH-FM 95.9 Samahil José Martí 20°53′09″N 89°53′22″W / 20.88583°N 89.88944°W / 20.88583; -89.88944
XHSAZ-FM 91.5 San Antonio Sodzil,
Sacalum Municipality
Justo Sierra Méndez 20°32′16″N 89°36′20″W / 20.53778°N 89.60556°W / 20.53778; -89.60556
XHYAX-FM 96.5 Yaxcopoil Cecilio Chí 20°44′43″N 89°43′20″W / 20.74528°N 89.72222°W / 20.74528; -89.72222


  1. ^ RPC: #044876 Surrender — XHSMH-FM and letters for the other stations
  2. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-07-09. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.

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