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Offline Elf36

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Identifying Utility stations
« on: November 18, 2021, 1727 UTC »
What online resource do you find to be the best for identifying Utility stations? Most of the time I just google or look on 'Whats on shortwave now' if it's a broadcast station. Hoping to find a list in a Klingenfuss type layout. Thanks
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Re: Identifying Utility stations
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2021, 2033 UTC »
I have a coupe of books one new, others
2020 Frequency Handbook for Radio Monitoring by R.Proesch
2006 Monteria HF monitoring handbook
2003, 2007,08 Klingenfuss Utility Guide
2003 Confidential frequency list

You asked so I passed it on...I do like Roland Proesch,s book I just got it....I know you asked for online but I just sent this reply anyhow...73,s ..Marcy

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