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Apr 23, 2023 Klingenfuss Radio Monitoring. Utility signals fill all that space between the International Broadcaster&39;s frequency allocations (and occasionally right over those too) so if your radio only tunes the preset "Shortwave Bands" (generally marked in metric wavelengths, and known as the 90-75-60-49-41-31-25-22-19-16-15-13 and 11 metre bands) then you are going to miss nearly. 1998.

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Jan 29, 2021 This document is designed to give utility listeners a sampling of the kinds of signals and sounds available on shortwave (HF) radio today along with information on the available equipment needed to understand, analyze or identify these signals.

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