Alex’s updated shortwave frequency charts

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Great news! SWLing Post reader, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his printer-friendly shortwave frequency charts for the B15 broadcasting season.

Note that Alex creates his charts based on listening to broadcasters rather than importing schedules from other sources. His charts are essentially UK-centric, since this is where he lives and logs the broadcasts. With this said, however, many listings are appropriate for other parts of the world.

You can download the free charts on his website:
Shortwavetimes.com

Many thanks once again, Alex!

Alex’s updated frequency charts

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SWLing Post reader, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his printer-friendly shortwave frequency charts for the winter broadcasting season.

Note that Alex creates his charts based on listening to broadcasters rather than importing schedules from other sources.

You can download the free charts on his website:
Shortwavetimes.com

Many thanks, Alex!

Alex updates shortwave frequency charts for winter season

alex-chartsSWLing Post reader, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his printer-friendly shortwave frequency charts for the winter broadcasting season.

Note that Alex creates his charts based on listening to broadcasters rather than importing schedules from other sources.

You can download the free charts on his website:
Shortwavetimes.com

Many thanks, Alex!

Alex updates shortwave frequency charts for summer season

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SWLing Post reader, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his printer-friendly shortwave frequency charts for the summer broadcasting season. Alex mentions that he posted English in Europe on one A4 sheet, plus 5 A4 sheets running through the vast majority of stations that can now be heard in Europe.

Note that Alex creates his charts based on listening to broadcasters rather than importing schedules from other sources.

You can download the free charts on his website:
Shortwavetimes.com

Many thanks, Alex!

Alex updates shortwave frequency charts for Winter season

AlexChartsSWLing Post reader, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his printer-friendly shortwave frequency charts once again. Alex writes:

“I am pleased to say I have just managed to put up the latest charts for listening in Europe in all languages on the site shortwavetimes.com.

There’s also a version 2 of the BBC World Service global frequencies all on one A4 sheet.  And also a revised chart for listening in English in Europe.”

Note that Alex creates his charts based on listening to broadcasters rather than importing schedules from other sources.

You can download the free charts on his website:
Shortwavetimes.com

Many thanks, Alex!

Alex updates his shortwave frequency charts

AlexChartsSWLing Post reader, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his shortwave frequency charts once again. Alex said he has, “improved the layout of the charts so that they have a bigger, clearer type.” He continues:

“They should be more legible this time, even if you print off from a basic printer and carry the bits of paper around when travelling. They also now divide the day into Early and Late, rather than Dark and Daylight, which seems to work better.”

Note that Alex creates his charts based on actually listening to broadcasters, rather than importing schedules from other sources.

You can download the free charts on his website:
Shortwavetimes.com

Here are the direct links to download the charts:

Thanks, Alex, for the time and dedication you put into these fine charts!

Alex updates his handy shortwave frequency charts

SWLing Post reader, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his shortwave frequency charts again.

You can download the free charts on his website:
Shortwavetimes.com

Again, thanks Alex for the time and dedication you put into these fine charts!