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Author Topic: Additional Resource for Identifying Modes & Stations (credit: UDHF list)  (Read 1617 times)

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All credit to the UDHF List & -rainer- for posting his site for easy reference:

http://www.utilityradio.com/stations/stations.html

The sidebar is sectioned by region/country - Many entries include a little "ear" icon, with links to audio files for identifying what the mode associated with the station sounds like.

A big plus for neophytes like me. There are numourous great dig mode/sound sites but I found this site pretty darn nice to explore, well organized, and looks like a lot of hard work was done by many contributors; this is a pretty impressive resource.



« Last Edit: September 18, 2013, 0558 UTC by corq »
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Great link-info thank you sir.

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Awesome! The old AT&T and PressWireless xmissions give me the chills. Fascinating. Too bad we don't have the plethura of signals to sift through today like we did back then.

Oh the other hand.. sad news.. my next door neighbor in our condo installed DirecTV and God knows what else. Heard propagation was excellent to good below 10 MHz, turned on radio and nothing but noisy hash. Radio useless unless I use the faulty yet somewhat usable batt operated Grundig S350DL or whatever it's called. What a God#&&Y%$Y%-ed pain in the ass this noise is. I need to move