Android Tools

I just want to take a second and mention two tools that I think are more than worthy to be on anybody’s device, if you are into the hobby. With these tools on your phone, you literally have all the essentials you need for frequency navigation, right in your pocket and hand. I’ve had these tools on my phone for 4 months now and they have never let me down or spoiled my phone with malware or anything like that. Very happy with these.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=swbcdx.cap.shortwavelist

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.sunexplorer

SWRadiogram.net Broadcast

Hi Everyone, WA4333SWL here,

Well I hope you all are getting into the holiday spirit properly this year! I know I am! As a shortwave radio listener, I really take in the holiday radio programming much more than I did when I was young. Usually it is the other way around but when you build a hobby around something like this, it does get fun. This broadcast from https://swradiogram.net/ is a prime example. Please take the time to go over their site for info about this broadcast, if you don’t already know.

Below are a half hours worth of MFSK-64 (AM Digital Mode) pictures that really light up the spirit in me as they were scrolling down the screen, decoding away. This broadcast was transmitted from WRMI Florida at 7780KHz at 2330UTC . I used FLDIGI with RxID enabled so I can pay more attention to the content and needed audio adjustments instead of manually switching modes. My SDR is an RSP1a in Windows 10 with SDRuno. I also recorded a video but am not too happy with how it ended up looking. Pictures do it enough justice, I think.

73s !!