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THE WORLD SHORTWAVE RADIO ASSOCIATION
NEW!! The WORLD SHORTWAVE RADIO ASSOCIATION is a RENAMED organization, formerly known as the ELECTRONIC DX PRESS RADIO MONITORING ASSOCIATION. Membership is FREE! Members interact via a Facebook Group known as the WORLD SHORTWAVE FORUM. It's for anyone, anywhere in the univers, who wishes to share their experiences on an ongoing basis related to their reception of terrestrial shortwave radio broadcasts.
It's managed by Bob Padula OAM, located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, a communications Engineer since 1965.
Please note that the Association does NOT cover amateur radio, mediumwave, longwave, VHF, TV, utility transmissions, or internet reception via remote receivers.
Readers may join the Association at this URL:
World Shortwave Radio Association
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The Australian Internet Radio Service is an Internet Radio Station, launched in 2007, delivering news and information in audio format about shortwave radio and related technical themes.
Content delivery is via the Internet.
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NEW WEBSITE FOR THE AUSTRALIAN DX REPORT
The Australian DX Report is also available on-air over several international broadcasting stations throughout the month. Special ADXR QSLs are offered for correct reception reports received for the on-air editions. The QSLs are either E -QSLs or Postal Mailed! Full details about the on-air services are available at the new Website for the ADXR. Click the link to visit the new Website!
The Australian Internet Radio Service is an Internet Radio Station, devoted to shortwave radio. It’s compiled by Bob Padula, a Communications Engineer since 1965.
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This is an engineering dissertation by Bob Padula, and traces the development and evolution of Australian shortwave radio, from the 19th century to the present. It contains 60 chapters, with hundreds of images, and is free, on-line, and registered as a Creative Commons work.
History of Shortwave Radio in Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN SHORTWAVE RADIO JOURNAL
The AUSTRALIAN SHORTWAVE RADIO JOURNAL is a free on-line diary, where I publish topical information, spectrum research, monitoring notes, articles and news about world high frequency broadcasting. Click this link
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Picture show of Bob's Monitoring Trips
You will be interested in a Slide Show (below) of images of my trips to monitoring sites near Melbourne. This will start automatically in a minute or so and cycle through the images! This is a MacroMedia Flash Animation, and requires a Flash Player to be installed. Best with IE8/Firefox 3.6/Chrome.
If your system does not support Flash Animations, click here to open up the Slide Show in your Windows Media Player (or equivalent)