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    • Catch the 2017 BBC Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast? June 22, 2017
      Yesterday afternoon, I packed up the Sony ICF-SW100, Audiomax SRW-710S and Elecraft KX2 portables in search of a quite spot to listen to the BBC World Service Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast. I also packed my PK Loop and NASA PA 30 antennas. I’m traveling in Canada again and staying in an RFI-dense condo. There was no way I’d hear the broadcast through […]
    • eBay: Galaxy R-530 Communications Receiver & Speaker June 22, 2017
      Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Rob G, who shares a link to this rare Galaxy R-530 receiver and speaker on eBay: Click here to view on eBay. The R-530 is certainly a handsome receiver. FYI: the last time we posted one of these from eBay, the final price was $470 shipped, but this particular […]
    • FCC: A detailed application for a new 10KW DRM transmitter June 21, 2017
      Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Ed, who writes: Thomas, did you see this? It’s a detailed application to the FCC for the construction of a 10KW shortwave transmitter for DRM on 9.65 MHz and 15.45 MHz. Click here to download the application (PDF). Thanks, Ed! I know nothing about Turms Tech other than on […]
    • Shortwave Radiogram begins June 24-25, 2017 June 21, 2017
      (Source: Shortwave Radiogram via Tom Ally) Shortwave Radiogram begins 24-25 June 2017 The Shortwave Radiogram transmission schedule: Sunday 0600-0630 UTC 7730 kHz Sunday 2030-2100 UTC 11580 kHz Sunday 2330-2400 UTC 11580 kHz All via WRMI in Florida Great to see that Kim Elliott isn’t skipping a beat moving from the VOA Radiogram to the Shortwave […]
    • Help record the 2017 BBC Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast today! June 21, 2017
      Every year, the BBC broadcasts a special program to the scientists and support staff in the British Antarctic Survey Team. The BBC plays music requests and sends special messages to the small team of 40+ located at various Antarctic research stations. Each year, the thirty minute show is guaranteed to be quirky, nostalgic, and certainly a DX-worthy catch! After […]