2 edition of Short-wave radio found in the catalog.
J. H. Reyner
Written in English
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A shortwave radio provides unique and extraordinary access to worldwide communications. With a relatively simple antenna, it is possible to listen to international broadcasts, ships at sea, transatlantic airliners, military stations, even international spies! Colombia's Radio Mira sent out this pennant in to mark their "new image." For years, the parrot was the symbol of Colombia's TODELAR broadcasting network. It is difficult to imagine anyone interested in what’s happening beyond the borders of their home nation not owning a shortwave radio.
Yes, shortwave listening is still very much a thing among some folks, myself included. Sadly, however, the number and variety of international broadcast stations has shrunk drastically over the years. Not only the Internet, but also the explosion. BOOKS FOR SHORT WAVE LISTENERS Buy Your Books Thru The AC6V Book Store. Passport to World Band Radio - World’s #1 Selling Shortwave Guide. RADIOS FOR SHORT WAVE LISTENERS Buy Your Radios Thru The AC6V Book Store. Fifty Ways to Improve Your Short Wave Listening From DWM Communications SCANNER BOOKS SWL RECEIVERS.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reyner, J.H. (John Hereward), Short-wave radio. London, Sir I. Pitman & Sons, (OCoLC) This book provides a thorough introduction for those who are interested in the traditional area of short wave listening. It explains exactly what short wave listening is, how radio waves travel, what equipment is needed to receive a signal, how to set up and run a short wave listening station and importantly, and even how to obtain an amateur.
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8) Pirate and Clandestine radio listening 9) Utilities radio listening 10) CB radio, amateur radio, FM and TV listening 11) Computer controlled radios 12) Dozen of useful tables about shortwave listening This is a great book and you can get a real bargain if you can catch one used like I did ($ plus shipping/5(11).
This book helps the beginner in preparing to listen not only by explaining the operation of the radio frequency spectrum, but also with the mechanical aspects involved; including radio choices, antenna needs and seasonal as well as chronological listening periods.4/4(17).
Books - Shortwave Broadcast Listening: The titles in this section deal with shortwave broadcast listening. Please also see the non-broadcast utility shortwave books. World Radio TV Handbook Buying A Used Shortwave Receiver SALE. Pirate Radio (With Audio CD) SALE.
The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual-- New 4th Edition. All you need to become an Amateur Radio Operator. Easy-to-understand “bite-sized” sections. Use this book, and pass the question license test.
Includes the latest question pool with answer key, for use beginning July 1, Designed for self-study and for classroom use. Short Wave: Short Wave Listener's Guide from Radio Shack Newnes Television & Short-Wave Handbook By F J Camm: Short Wave Log and Call Winter From Hugo Gernsback: Short Wave Listener's Handbook Fallon RSA Calling The Voice.
Compare radio features and quality by going to a store that has a selection of short wave radios from which to listen. Analog shortwave can be found at $ and well beyond. Amplitude Modulation (AM) is a common mode for broadcasters, but there is also Single Side Band (SSB) mode.
Short Wave Listening (SWLing). Shortwave listening, or SWLing, is the hobby of listening to shortwave radio broadcasts located on frequencies between kHz and 30 MHz. Listeners range from casual users seeking international news and entertainment programming, to hobbyists immersed in the technical aspects of radio reception and DXing.
Shortwave Radio. 1, likes 28 talking about this. Shortwave Radio Listeners Community5/5(1). Short Wave Craft was another specialty title from Hugo Gernsback, focused on the new experimental interest area of short-wave reception and ham/amateur hobby work.
This magazine tended to be even more about the technical aspects of making and building than his other sci/tech titles. By it had morphed into Short Wave & Television and In October, the magazine changed name to Radio.
Shortwave Radio Log Book. I'm not a Ham operator; I just have a shortwave radio. Any recommendations on a good log book for recording what I stations I find. I have a guide book that tells me what stations I should hear and when, but I like going about it the other way, too.
I like just scanning the dial and seeing what I can find. Shortwave Radio Guide IV (vTB2k.a) Long Distance AM Stations Short Wave Stations (around the world) Short Wave Utility & Emergency Freq Short Wave Program ListingsFile Size: KB.
Programs for shortwave listening, software for swl category is a curation of 12 web resources on, Radio Frequency - ICOM R, EasiSWL, ILGdb. Resources listed under Shortwave category belongs to Software main collection, and get reviewed and rated by amateur radio operators.
QFXAM/FM Shortwave Radio with USB/SD. There is a problem adding to cart. Please try again. Product - Eton NGWMINIB Elite Mini AM/FM/Shortwave Radio. Eton NGWMINIB Elite Mini AM/FM/ Shortwave Radio. There is a problem adding to cart. Please try again.
Product - Tecsun PLMP DSP Digital AM/FM/LW Shortwave Radio with Dual Speakers & MP3. Shortwave-listening is an inexpensive way of learning about radio propagation without the need for a licence or elaborate antenna set up. One can listen to amteur radio operators, weather stations, broadcast stations and even diplomatic and military traffic.
It is way to start learning about radio and electronics. It is also a window on the world. Hardy Boys: The Short-Wave Mystery Franklin W.
Dixon In this book Frank And Joe also known as the Hardy boys go on an adventure to hunt down the people behind the Short Wave Mystery. As Frank and Joe were in their study upstairs in their room a scrambled voice came over their short wave radio/5.
The short-wave radio frequencies used by station BBC for its international English language broadcasts, showing those on-air at GMT. Short wave radio with tuned loop antenna. The short wave radio looks more like a kite. Although I’ve made many radios over the years, I had never made one with an antenna quite like this.
I was amazed at how much I could hear at night when conditions are best. Read all about it in the World Radio TV Handbook. Jerry Berg reprise in WRTH With the September publication of his latest book, The Early Shortwave Stations: A Broadcasting History through (), BADXer Jerry Berg is once again a feature writer in the opening pages of WRTH.
"The History of Shortwave. Selecting a Shortwave Radio. Reporting and QSLs. Receiver Reference. Modern Shortwave Receiver Survey. Favorite Tube-Type Shortwave Receivers.
Scanner Monitoring. Introducing the "Action Bands" "This book is a celebration of all the technology we shortwave folks hold dear. It is the ultimate resource for the shortwave radio lover. This is a compilation of construction articles from "Short Wave Craft" magazine.
It's wall-to-wall how-to. Secrets of Old Sets. At the rear of the book are circuit diagrams, photographs, and design secrets of all shortwave receivers being manufactured in including some of the most famous: SW, the SW-5 "Thrill Box", the deForest KR-1, the Hammurland "Comet Pro", and many more.
About this Item: Radcraft Publications, Springfield, MA, Soft Cover. "New Developments in Short Wave Radio," "New Tubes for the New Year," "Ultra-Ultra Microwave Radio for the Future," "A Simplified Converter for Short-Wave Beginners," "WPA Police Radio Noise Detectives," "New High Intensity Cathode-Ray Tube Effects Television Theatre," etc.
Good condition with a little cover soil.Quick Start Guide to Shortwave Listening (SWLing) So, now that you have a shortwave radio, understand universal time, how to read shortwave frequencies in kHz & MHz, and how to find a broadcasting schedule--it's time to get on the fact, based on the previous sections you've read, you may have already hopped onto the bands and have found a good broadcast.The Short-Wave Mystery (Hardy Boys, Book 24) by Dixon, Franklin W.
Grosset & Dunlap, Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.