Covering the most listened to frequencies from 0.5 to 500 MHz
Ideal reference to Short Wave, Police, Fire, Aviation, Marine Radio and more. Combines Shortwave Listening and VHF / UHF Scanning into one guide. Great to use from the home QTH or when traveling.
Condensed and practical guide to where the 'action' is found on the SWL, HF, VHF and UHF bands. Includes background information on how the various shortwave and VHF/UHF radio services operate. Use it as a tuning guide, and for programming the scanning capabilities of your radio.
A combined Shortwave and VHF / UHF scanning guide designed for the ham radio operator. Emphasizes using amateur radio antennas and general coverage HF and VHF/UHF transceivers for SWL and VHF / UHF monitoring.
Includes background information useful for monitoring Civil and General Aviation, HF Marine Telephone, VHF Marine, GMRS, FRS and other radio services.
Blue Angel, Thunderbird and civilian air-to-air and ground-to-air operational frequencies as well as International Space Station frequencies and NASA re-broadcasting references are listed.
Amateur Radio HF DX propagation beacons, plus Maritime and other popular emergency and communication nets are covered.
Web Page URL's are provided to sites offering current broadcast schedules, free SW listening tools and software, more in-depth information on aviation and maritime communications, military air communications and more.
New Fourth Edition, October 2015
Covers all action bands
SW Listening and VHF/UHF scanning info
Operating modes described
Provides background information
Make use of existing ham equipment
16 laminated pages, Spiral bound
Packed with useful information
Very durable, clear and easy to read
Ideal for Home & Portable Operations
Table of Contents
Shortwave Receivers and Antennas
AM Band Broadcasters - 535 ~ 1700 kHz
International SW Broadcast Stations - 4.75 ~ 21.85 MHz
VHF / UHF Receivers and Antennas
Police, Fire, Government and Emergency Frequencies
Civilian and General Aviation - 108 ~ 136.975 MHz
Military Aviation - 118 ~ 420 MHz
Military and Civilian Airshows
HF Marine Radiotelephone - 4.065 ~ 25.115 MHz
VHF Marine Radio - 156.050 ~ 157.425 MHz
NOAA Weather Radio Broadcasts
Amateur Radio -- Maritime Nets
NCDXF / IARU Worldwide Beacons
Other HF Band Beacons
General Mobile Radio Service, GMRS - 460 MHz Band
Family Radio Service, FRS - 460 MHz Band
Citizen Band Channels
Amateur Radio Bands
Amateur International Space Station Communication
Amateur Radio Nets
Multi-Use Radio Service, MURS
North American Railroad Frequencies
High Quality & Durable
Compact, the size of a highway map -- Sixteen, 4.5 x 8 inch pages
Spiral Bound, folds flat for greater convenience
Easy to keep with you while operating mobile or portable
Laminated for improved Durability & Water Resistance