Radio TV Handbook 2014
The 68th edition of the "WRTH" is the
most comprehensive reference book to broadcasting
around the world. It lists most mediumwave and shortwave
radio stations with lots of additional information.
The book is known as the Bible for DXers, it is
a must for everyone listening to distant
radio stations. Buyers outside the United States
may prefer to order the book via Amazon for example
United Kingdom (£) or Germany
An easy to read guide written in non-technical language,
explaining the basics of the hobby. Frequency information
is outdated, but information on propagation issues
and such retains its value.
Listening on the Road
A practical handbook is good
for shortwave listeners who travel frequently. Author
Andrew Yoder includes a wealth of valuable information
for shortwave enthusiasts on the road.
Always thought that shortwave
books are just boring reference lists or technical
guides? Well, there is in fact a novel written
dealing with shortwave, originally printed in 1945!
Read a review by Richard
The nuts-and-bolts information needed to make antennas
work along with the theoretical material necessary
for understanding what is happening and applying principles
to new projects.
ARRL Antenna Book
A classic reference book on antennas, now in its 19th
edition. Published by the American Radio Relay League,
but not only for ham operators. CD-ROM included.
Click for more radio-related books on Amazon.
AM and FM Roulette
A CD of 90 top quality station
identifications and jingles of AM and FM stations
from around the world, all heard in Finland by Jim
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