Passport to World Band Radio 2002
International Broadcasting Services, 2001 - Reference - 592 pages
Hailed as the ""TV Guide" for world band radios, " this updated edition is the world's #1 selling shortwave publication. Includes handy listening schedules in the three formats readers want: country by country, channel by channel, and hour by hour. 220 photos, 80 in color.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
This is the very last issue of the best shortwave radio program and frequency catalogue. It's demise could be attributed to comuter catalogs. However this publication contained much more than just the frequency-station-time tables. It contained articles aout some of the programs, people, and reviews of equipment.
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If you want to know whats on the radio dial on the world bands and the equiptment needed to receive it this is what you need! Passport has revues on most available world band receivers,antennas and other assorted gear to hear the world.Also,times and frequencies of most stations from powerhouse ones like Voice Of America to weak seldom heard outside of a few miles from the source .Albania to Yemen.News and Music from other voices;different perspectives on our world.The book advertizes itself as T.V.Guide for world band radios and that is accurate.A must if you enjoy shortwave.
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