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GENERAL RADIO LISTENING INFORMATION

ADVICE ON AERIALS
Apart from one incorrect statement, "For maximum transfer of signals, the feedline should
be odd multiples of a one, half or quarter wavelength
", there are lots of useful details here:
http://static.rnw.nl/migratie/www.radionetherlands.nl/features/media/practical/antenna_advice.html

RADIO STATIONS IN THE UK
A thorough booklet listing FM and AM stations in the UK and Ireland, 
including low power licences: £3,  8 International Reply Coupons,  $8 or 6 Euros from
British DX Club, 10 Hemdean Hill, Caversham, Reading RG4 7SB, England. www.bdxc.org.uk

THE PUB SPOT
The famous Receiver Guide is no more but Radio Netherlands still have one of the best lists
of publications. http://www.rnw.nl/english/article/pub-spot

WORLD RADIO TV HANDBOOK 2015
"
The Directory Of International Broadcasting"
Broadcasts worldwide, addresses, websites and contacts along with world transmitter
and time zone maps, articles about receiving equipment and short wave propagation:

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EUROPEAN MEDIUM WAVE GUIDE
Complete list of long and medium wave stations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. 
Contributions suggested and free downloads from Herman Boel. http://go.to/emwg

THE PACIFIC ASIAN LOG
3500 listings of all known long wave, medium wave, weather stations and beacons
in the region from Afghanistan to Alaska: www.qsl.net/n7ecj

LONG DISTANCE MEDIUM WAVE LISTENING
An introduction by Steve Whitt (UK) and Paul Ormandy (New Zealand)
Published by The Medium Wave Circle and free downloads from: www.mwcircle.org/page39.htm

SWL DATABASE LOOKUP
Type in the frequency you are listening on and this clever site from Tomas Hood
tells you which station is broadcasting then: www.hfradio.org/hffreq

COMPREHENSIVE SHORT WAVE BROADCASTING SCHEDULE
Compiled by Eike Bierwirth in Russia and Matthias Mueller in Berlin from both HFCC
conferences and observations.  Described by Glenn Hauser as 'quite a monumental opus',
this simply claims to list 'All stations - all languages - all SW frequencies'.
Sorted by time or frequency, with updates: www.eibi.de.vu

THE INTERVAL SIGNALS ARCHIVE

Offers an extensive collection of audio clips of foreign radio stations,
identification announcements in various languages, signature tunes, jingles,
and, of course, interval signals: www.intervalsignals.net

UK FREQUENCY ALLOCATION TABLE
The UK Frequency Allocation Table, until recently a classified document, covers
the whole radio spectrum from 9kHz to 275GHz. It also shows responsibility for
management by Ofcom and the Ministry of Defence: www.ofcom.org.uk/radiocomms/isu/

CUMBRE DX NEWSLETTER
Describing itself as "The Firstest with the Bestest" this is a weekly newsletter concentrating
on uncommon and difficult short wave broadcast loggings: www.cumbredx.org

UTILITY STATIONS

More details than you could ever imagine about maritime, aeronautical,
and military users, number stations, beacons and all the strange noises you hear everywhere
from very low frequencies upwards:
Klingenfuss Utility Guide
Utility World
Utility DXers Forum home page

BEACONS
Frequency listings and other details of navigation and propagation beacons, from LF to HF:
www.beaconworld.org.uk

CLANDESTINE RADIO WATCH
A bimonthly newsletter about political and 'black propaganda' stations:
www.clandestineradio.com
                         

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