THE ELECTRONIC DX PRESS BOOKSHOP
ANNUAL REFERENCES PUBLISHED OUTSIDE OF AUSTRALIA
Several of the "big" overseas annual "year 2006" reference books are offered at prices a little above cost, as a hobby venture to Australian listeners. Copies are sent individually to listeners directly from the overseas publishers or distributors, via economy airmail. It is not possible to pick up these imported books from us, as we do not hold stocks.
2005 SUPER FREQUENCY LIST ON CD-ROM (Klingenfuss Germany) - 11 Edition - December 2005 (for PCs with Windows) World SW broadcasting and SW utility. This database covers 10,200 entries from the 2006 SW FREQUENCY GUIDE. B05 international schedules up to March 27, 2006 and national radio. Easily connects to leading receiver control programs. Includes 10,900 special frequencies from the 2006 GUIDE TO UTILITY RADIO STATIONS, together with 920 abbreviations and 17,900 formerly active frequencies. Access time for retrieving the data is in milliseconds, and searches may also be made for specific frequencies, countries abbreviations languages, callsigns and times. Hundreds of new screen pictures in original format in full colour, plus the digital data decoding shareware program “Radioraft“ by French radio amateur F6FLT.
2006 GUIDE TO UTILITY RADIO STATIONS (Klingenfuss Germany) - 23rd edition - 592 pages December 2005 Promoted as the standard international reference. Aeronautical, diplomatic, International Red Cross, maritime, meteo, military, non-governmental organisations, police, press, Telecom, United Nations. Covers 1.6 MHz to 30 MHz, plus 0-150 kHz. Includes details about all types of utility stations, encoding digital data protocols and advanced teleprinter systems. Hundreds of actual screen pictures. Lists 10,900 frequencies monitored during 2002 with callsign, station name, ITU country symbol, types of modulation, return frequency, times of reception and other details. Lists 1900 stations in 250 countries for quick reference. Meteorological radiofax/radiotelex stations. Worldwide NAVTEX schedules of navigational and meteorological warninsg on 490 kHz and 518 khz. International callsign series, NATO Routing Indicator system, name and traffic abbreviations and signals. Q and Z code groups, phonetic alphabetic and figure code, SINPO and SINPFEMO codes. Designations of emissions, classes of stations, terms and definitions, aero and maritime mobile services frequency allocation plans with folding charts.
2006 SHORTWAVE FREQUENCY GUIDE (Klingenfuss-Germany) - 9th Edition - 528 pages December 2005 World SW broadcasting and utility. Latest international SW broadcasting schedules (B05 season effective until March 27, 2006. Clandestine, and national radio. Data arranged in two sections: alphabetical order of country, and by frequency, with more than 10,200 entries. Another 10,900 entries cover all utility stations worldwide, extracted from the companion publication 2006 GUIDE TO UTILITY RADIO STATIONS. Timely additional information is included about technological developments in HF broadcasting, including digital modulation, and an in-depth introduction to shortwave radio monitoring. Content based on actual monitoring by the author and a team of experts around the world.
2006 WORLD RADIO TV HANDBOOK (UK) - Vol 59, 704 pages December 2005 World broadcasting - MW, LW, SW, FM , and TV, with entries arranged alphabetically in two principal sections – national and international radio. Latest B04 international schedules up to March 26, 2005. Contact details (E-mail, URL, postal, FAX, telephone), personnel, networks, powers, and callsigns. Separate MW frequency lists for each continent, plus a master SW world frequency listing, and world TV data in alphabetical order. Articles cover equipment reviews, antennas, DX programs, DX Clubs, ITU country codes, propagation predictions, and colour maps. Additional Program listings show hour-by-hour international schedules in English, French, German and Spanish. Special articles about Digital Radio Mondiale and Digital Audio Broadcasting.
2006 PASSPORT TO WORLDBAND RADIO (USA) - 592 pages November 2005 World SW broadcasting. Main topics: national and international radio - master frequency listing in graphical format with times, powers, languages, targets. Alphabetical listing by country with addresses, contact details, QSL policies. Hour-by-hour schedules of English broadcasts. Receiver reviews – portatop, tabletop, professional. Equipment reviews, including active antennas. Choosing a receiver. Introduction to SW radio. Descriptive articles about SW broadcasters.
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