|Slogan||En Todo el Horizonte|
|First air date||March 26, 2001|
|Owner||Government of the State of Coahuila|
The state received the permits for the 16 stations on November 29, 2000. XHSOC in Saltillo began transmitting on March 26, 2001; the signal is fed to the other transmitters by satellite.
The state network was constituted as a separate government agency on February 28, 2014.
16 transmitters provide Radio Coahuila service to the state's populated areas. Most of the network's transmitters are located at state-run technical and secondary schools, with the notable exceptions of Parras de la Fuente, Saltillo and Torreón.
|XHGEC-FM||102.3||Ciudad Acuña||3 kW|
|XHUIZ-FM||102.9||Melchor Múzquiz||1 kW|
|XHNRC-FM||93.1||Nueva Rosita||3 kW|
|XHPCH-FM||103.5||Parras de la Fuente||.1 kW|
|XHNPC-FM||102.5||Piedras Negras||1 kW|
|XHDRO-FM||91.5||San Pedro de las Colonias||.1 kW|
|XHSMC-FM||102.3||Sierra Mojada||.1 kW|
|XHOZA-FM||98.7||Zaragoza, Coahuila||3 kW|
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