Guide to Utility Radio Stations 27th Edition, worldwide HF e-mail networks are the hottest talk in town for aid agencies, business companies, coastal stations, non-governmental organizations, the International Red Cross, the United Nations, and terrorist organizations. Only this guidebook gives you hundreds of brandnew frequencies and screenshots! New chapters cover disaster communications and terrorist networks as well. Here are the really fascinating radio services on shortwave: aero, diplo, maritime, meteo, military, police, press, and telecom. Our bestseller - for 28 years!
The 2013/2014 27th Edition Guide to Utility Radio Stations has 560 pages.
It covers the complete shortwave (HF) range from 3 to 30 MHz, plus the adjacent frequency bands from 0 to 150 kHz and from 1.6 to 3 MHz. Again includes more than 300 fascinating new screenshots from the world leader in advanced digital data transmission and teleprinter systems monitoring and decoding. Comprises 7,597 frequencies monitored during 2012 with call sign, station name, ITU country symbol, type(s) of modulation and corresponding return frequency, or times of reception and details. A handy index lists 1,600 stations in 250 countries for rapid access. Plus: Meteorological radiofax/radiotelex stations. Worldwide NAVTEX schedules of navigational and meteorological warnings on 424, 490, and 518 kHz. International call sign series. NATO Routing Indicator system. Name and traffic abbreviations and signals. Q- and Z-code groups. Phonetic alphabet and figure code. SINPO and SINPFEMO codes. Designation of emissions. Classes of stations. Terms and definitions. Aeronautical and Maritime Mobile Service frequency allocation plans with folding charts. The Utility Radio Guide is the ideal companion to the new 2013 Shortwave Frequency Guide for the "special" stations on shortwave!
With 44 years of experience in the field of worldwide radiocommunication via HF, we predicted already in 2000 that HF e-mail will continue to spread rapidly and will soon develop into the major application of modern digital HF techniques that we have marketed - and used! - for years. Interestingly enough, the immense potential of HF e-mail has not been monitored - let alone realized! - by any other author and publisher so far. Only the new Klingenfuss products for 2013 take this fascinating new trend into full consideration - now! We - who else? - provide hundreds of brandnew HF e-mail frequencies and screenshots. The pertinent analyzers and decoders have already been supplied by us to dozens of intelligence, radio monitoring and secret services worldwide