The World Radio TV Handbook 75th edition, WRTH 2021 is the most accurate and complete directory in the world of broadcasting stations, with 672 pages it is a reference since 1947 in the world of headphones (SWL) and DXers, radio amateurs and radio amateurs.
It contains the frequencies, broadcasting hours per country on shortwave, medium wave and FM radio broadcasts, as well as on national television, underground and non-governmental radio stations. It also contains a review of the best radio sets available on the market, as well as forecasts on solar activity and DX propagation to improve its reception performance in short and medium wave (SW, MW, LW).
This 75th edition also includes news on the development of HF transmitters, the history of radio in Bhutan, Coastwatchers and AWA 3BZ in the Pacific, Scandinavian Weekend Radio, as well as a review of recent equipment such as the AOR AR5700D receiver, Icom IC-7610 transceiver, KiwiSDR, Bonito MegaDipol antenna, Tecsun PL-990 and SDRPlay RSPdx SDR receiver.
Delivered with: 1 WRTH 2021 guide, paper version.
Printed in color and black and white
Number of pages: 672
Language : English
ISBN-10 : 1999830032
Publisher: WRTH Publications Ltd
Publication date: December 18, 2020
The WRTH 2021 manual is divided into 6 parts :
Features: This part is in color and contains reviews of radio receivers and equipment, news on current topics such as digital radio, interviews with broadcasters, reception conditions, color maps showing the location of SW transmitters, and other topics of interest to listeners, SWLs and DXers.
National Radio: This section covers national radio services around the world. The listings are arranged by country and include all stations broadcasting in LW, MW and SW, and most stations broadcasting in FM, along with their contact information.
International Radio: This section gives full details of all broadcasters broadcasting internationally and is listed by country. The schedules shown are the "winter" B or SW frequencies provided by the broadcasters and confirmed by listening, as well as the LW or MW frequencies used.
This part also contains a sub-section indicating clandestine and other broadcasters classified by target country. The "A" or "Summer" programs, as well as updates of broadcaster information, are available as a PDF file for download in May of each year (in option).
Please note that SW international broadcast frequencies change twice a year. Season "B" comes into effect at the end of October each year and season "A" at the end of March. It usually takes 4 to 6 weeks after the start of the season for broadcasters to agree on the final frequencies they will use, although changes continue to be made.
Frequency Lists: This section contains lists of MW frequencies grouped by frequency in the regions, lists of all international and national SW broadcasts in order of frequency, and international SW broadcasts in English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish, and DRM broadcasts indicated by UTC.
Television: The TV section contains information on major national terrestrial broadcasters, major regional networks and selected local stations, listed alphabetically by country.
Reference: This section contains tables and site listings of international and national transmitters, standard time and frequency broadcasts, information on the DX Club, international organizations and other useful information for listeners.
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