World Wide Short Wave Frequencies
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12 Nov 2003 19:33 PST
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required a listing of world wide short wave broadcast station frequencies and the relevant broadcast times. These may be available from a periodical or publication. the german broadcaster "deutcher welle ? " have previously published a list but I am not aware how to source the information.
Re: World Wide Short Wave Frequencies
Answered By: mvguy-ga on 13 Nov 2003 05:57 PST
Hi, Here are two publications you can buy that have shortwave programming schedules: Passport to World Band Radio Here you can download the table of contents to make sure it's what you want. It looks to me like it probably is. Purchase information is available on the page; it's also available at Amazon.com and other book retailers. http://www.passband.com/pages/abopass.htm Amazon link to the above: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0914941844/ Barnes & Noble link to the above: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?isbn=0914941844&itm=2 WRTH 2003 This book lists programming in English and several other languages. http://www.wrth.com/wrth.htm And here are some online sources that seem to be up to date: WWW Shortwave Listening Guide You can search through a database of programming here and even find out what's on the air at a given time. http://www.anarc.org/naswa/swlguide/ Shortwave Stations and International Broadcasters This site has links to shortwave radio stations from all over. http://www.shortwave.be/ Listen to the World Lists of shortwave broadcasts in English. http://www.swl.nu/listen/ PrimeTime Shortwave This site isn't graphically the tops, but there's lot of programming info here, and you can even download schedules to a Palm OS PDA. http://www.primetimeshortwave.com/ I hope you find the programs you're looking for! Best wishes, Mvguy-ga Search strategy: I went to http://directory.google.com and used the search term "shortwave" (without the quotes) to get to this page: ://www.google.com/search?q=shortwave&btnG=Google+Search&hl=en&cat=gwd%2FTop From there, I selected the category of the first listing, which gave me this list of programming resources: http://directory.google.com/Top/Recreation/Radio/Shortwave_and_DX_Listening/Frequency,_Schedule_and_Programming_Guides/?il=1
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