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Shortwave on your device....

I was an avid SW listener and still have an SW radio where stations still broadcast.Amazingly.
And I came across this.....

......thanks to Radio Mi Amigo I discovered’s SW on your device

Wide-band WebSDR
On this page you can listen to and control a short-wave receiver located at the amateur radio club ETGD at the University of Twente. In contrast to other web-controlled receivers, this receiver can be tuned by multiple users simultaneously, thanks to the use of Software-Defined Radio.

This site, which in 2008 was the very first WebSDR site ever, was finally reactivated in July 2012 after an interruption of more than 1.5 years; .Use the link below(copy and paste).

Using this this morning I have listened to Voice of America and the Voice of Turkey.Fascinating.Use the +++ or —-buttons to move the cursor.Or manually enter a frequency.Use AM lock once listening to a station.

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Thanks for the info, this site is something different and interesting.
Talisman · 51-55, M
I haven't got a clue what this is all about but will take a look
Sirfurryanimal · 61-69, M
Sirfurryanimal · 61-69, M
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[@356742,SirfurryanimalWales] Among many of the shortwave oddities I'd wished I'd encountered. Although I may have stumbled over a numbers station.

A group a while back climb this, quite an extensive structure.

Along with this, I think you could find communist broadcast jamming from China or Vietnam.
Yes, I've tried this when my little receiver wasn't pulling in farther flung stations. It's a great resource. I just need to get better at using its selections.

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