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- Midnight Science
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- Ramsey Electronics
- Rohde & Schwarz
- Software-Defined Radios (SDR)
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- Video: Paul’s large aperture “Volleyball Net” magnetic loop antenna
- Guest Post: Old School Infrared Wireless Headphones
- FCC Chairman Ajit Pai questioned about pirate enforcement
- Operator shares what it’s like to work for a numbers station
- A birthday message from Ian McFarland
- Richard’s initial impressions of the Sony XDR-S41D FM/DAB receiver
- DW: South Sudan blocks access to independent websites
- A review of CozyPhones sleep headphones
- Receive SSTV images from the ISS today
- Schematic for the PLL EDUTEC 4-Band Digital Radio Weltempfänger?
Category Archives: News
Universal Radio has published the price of the Bonito 1102S RadioJet at $699.95 US and they are taking orders. Universal’s price is $300 less than that of the Microtelecom Perseus ($999.95 US) and the $200 less than the WinRadio Excalibur ($899.95 US). … Continue reading
We just so happen to have an extra copy of the 2012 WRTH (World Radio and TV Handbook) here at the SWLing Post HQ. So, we’ve decided it would be fun to share it with a SWLing Post reader who … Continue reading
Good news: Universal Radio is now offering Tecsun radios for the US market. So far, they have the PL-360, PL-606 and PL-660 listed. The Shortwave Radio Index listings for these Tecsun radios now also link to the appropriate Universal Radio catalog … Continue reading
I have gone through the SWRI and tagged all portable shortwave radios that are considered “ultralights” by the ultralight “Definitions Committee.” Note that “ultralight dxing” is primarily a Mediumwave hobby, but you will find that many of the best performing … Continue reading
I have gone through our Shortwave Radio Index (SWRI) and tagged every portable radio that is based on the Silicon Labs Si4734 DSP chipset. The Si4734 has been one of the biggest innovations to happen to portable receivers in recent years. When implemented well into a … Continue reading