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Mike Richards looks at a new low noise version of the ALA1530 magnetic loop antenna that covers 50kHz to 30MHz
Bill Robertson reports on FEEDNET, responds to feedback and offers a reader’s view on two-way radio usage on the North Yorkshire Coast
Mike Richards looks at a new operating system for the Raspberry Pi, an RTL-SDR Server update, SNR measurement using SDR# and propagation reporting based on weak signals
Pat Carty report on his trip to the Clyde, Sarcomm and Trident Juncture 2015
Godfrey Manning thanks an observant reader for spotting a mistake and takes a look at the air traffic control simulator at The National Museum of Computing
Keith Hamer and Garry Smith bring you their compilation of reception reports for stations on Bands I, II and III and rekindle some memories with 60 years of ITV
Robert Connolly considers the future for the shipping forecasts broadcast on long wave by the BBC and RTÉ and then looks at MSI and weather data broadcast via NBDP, RTTY and radiofax
David Smith comments on a UK first and brings you an update on reducing lateral separation on the North Atlantic. He then looks at the generation of automatic met actual reports and rounds off with a request for help
News & Products
LM&S Broadcast Matters
Chrissy Brand reports on the European DX Council Conference in Saint Petersburg and catches up with readers’ logs of stations on the medium and short wave bands
Robert Connolly gears up for the winter season with some hits and tips for newcomers to NDB DXing, including potential indicators of openings to the eastern seaboard of Canada and the US
RadioUser Index 2015
Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre
David Harris looks around a large, open-air museum occupying a 36-acre site five miles north of Arundel that includes a Wireless Exhibition Centre and Connected Earth Telecommunications Hall
Win a PK’s Loop Antennas A-LOOP-TAM passive tunable medium wave loop antenna
Chrissy Brand is impressed by the RMRC QSL-Calendar 2016 and invites you to enjoy some radio stations in Saint Petersburg online
Off the Record
Oscar takes another look at Talk 2 me Radio and tells you about the audio letter he received in the form of a personalised radio programme
Comms from Europe
Simon Parker looks at the Statie Radio CB Storm Master, Funklaedle 27W FM and SRCB 25W FM Albrecht AE 6110 transceivers and the Konektor Mini 40 PL antenna
This month, QSP73 Services ‘seasonal special’ compilation includes programs for contest logging, data mode demodulation and decoding, filter design, map projection and the creation of meter scales and Smith charts
Radio Book Store New titles in stock
Trading Post Second-hand bargains
Robert Connolly’s list of VHF channels for use on inland waterways and at marinas and also details of marine radio frequencies and channel numbers can be viewed or downloaded using the following hyperlink.
Inland Waterway & Marina Frequencies
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