World Radio TV Handbook continues to be a guide for the serious radio listener. In this, the 58th edition for the year 2004, the publisher has again devoted its resources to the all-important task of obtaining and providing up-to-date information on medium wave, short wave and FM broadcasts and broadcasters. how to build a receiving station antenna; DX-ing in the South Pacific; and a digital update. Features of the book include: the latest equipment reviews; the world's national radio services together with MW frequency lists by region; the winter shortwave frequencies as supplied by the broadcasters together with lists of international and domestic broadcasts by frequency and international broadcasts in English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish by UTC; details of television broadcasters arranged alphabetically by country; and transmitter sites, standard time and frequency transmissions, DX club information, Internet resources and other essential information.Many cars and car radios sold in the USA are now a#39;XM-readya#39; or a#39;Sirius-readya#39;, and both satellite operators have ... for in-car listening, both transmissions can be received in the home if an appropriate antenna is provided and a#39;home kitsa#39; areanbsp;...
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