This guide uses colour bar charts to provide an effective tool for the radio Dxer and listener. It is easy to see from the guide what is being broadcast in a particular language at a particular time and to identify a broadcast on a particular frequency. Fifteen different languages are shown in different colours and for the others the language is identified under the bar. This volume contains: the A03 schedules; domestic shortwave broadcasts; contact details for the main international broadcasters; other reference material; and an article on one aspect of shortwave listening for people new to the hobby.
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Book Description Wrth Pub Ltd, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0953586456