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February 27, 2017

World Radio Map dot com

My reception locations are worldwide, so need to keep up with latest information of local radio services, accordingly have been a member of BDXC and ARDXC.

 

In many cases, maps and atlases are key tools to facilitate intellectual curiosity, I think.

The 'World Radio Map.com' is a website that lists MW/FM/DAB/DAB+ radio stations by their real broadcasting frequencies and enables you to tune in directly from your browser, with no download required.

It's also a place to find information about main transmitters and towers' technical data and many radio-related links.

 

It covers all the major cities of the world, from Chicago to Acapulco, from Frankfurt to Johannesburg, from Moscow to Tel Aviv, from Shanghai to Melbourne ... can listen online all radio stations from these cities and thousands more from all over the World for free!

 

Now everyone can listen online all radio stations from these cities and thousands more from all over the World for free!

It’s owned and operated by Mikhail Shcherbak (a.k.a. Predavatel) with help of many his friends, including me, around the world.

It's really great job!

 

Unfortunately, no information of international SW services is in the web.

We're not interested in SW broadcasts (I think it might be obsolete!) and I don't own any SDR (Software Defined Receiver) nor communication receiver nor heavy external antenna.

Why don't we savor 'simple listening' on the sidelines of travel?

 

(The World Radio Map)

http://worldradiomap.com 

 

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