Skywave Schedules App will allow you to search a comprehensive, regularly updated, database of shortwave radio broadcasts.
Many thanks to
SWLing Post contributor, Cap, who has just notified me that his shortwave radio schedules app for Android–Skywave Radio Schedules– is now available via the Google Play store.
You might recall that Cap first shared this app in Beta form and
invited us to share feedback and comments. Cap has spent weeks incorporating our suggestions and making changes in the background–Skywave Radio Schedules feels refined and responsive. Best yet? It’s free and has no ads. Amazing.
Cap does note that you should uninstall any previous versions of this app before installing it from the Google Play store.
Thank you, Cap! Great job making this app a reality.
Click here to view Skywave Radio Schedules on the Google Play store.
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Many thanks to
SWLing Post reader Cap, who writes:
This little gem just popped up
on eBay UK, it’s working and looks to be in very good condition and is also open to offers:
Click here to view on eBay.
More info about the Mark 328 (a.k.a. MK.328) can be found here.]
This follows on from the
FS5000 spy radio you posted about in April.
If I had a respectable amount to offer
this Seller, I think I would.
True–by today’s standards–the Mk.328 isn’t a high-performance receiver. It’s single conversion and probably not über-sensitive.
Still, it’s a working piece of Cold War history and, back in the early 70s, probably packed the biggest punch for the size. I bet it’s over-engineered and will probably outlive most of us.
Mighty tempted to make an offer. I should probably distract myself about now. Thanks, Cap! 🙂