World Wide Web: Shortwave & Radio Catalog Issue #10 Now On-Line

World Wide Web: Shortwave & Radio Catalog Issue #10 Now On-Line

Post by Peter.E.Coste.. » Fri, 30 Sep 1994 19:51:40

     <a href="">Shortwave & Radio Catalog</a>

           Shortwave / Radio Hypertext Catalog on the World Wide Web (WWW)

                            AVAILABLE NOW
                               ISSUE #10
                        Now Split into 4 Pages!

    A catalog of hypertext links to FTP, GOPHER, and WWW files and services
for the Shortwave Listener and Radio enthusiast is now on-line. This issue
includes links to broadcaster schedules, digital audio files, graphics,
mediumwave, shortwave, FM, Ham Radio, FCC, and other files associated with

                        IMPROVED HYPERTEXT FAQS
     Ralph Brandi's FAQ material in hypertext form has been upgraded and is NOW
available on this WWW server! In addition, over 100 hypertext links (and still
growing) are listed. These include direct links to Shortwave, AM, and FM
broadcasters, Solar reports and images, Free Radio Berkeley, audio files,
ham radio info and much more. All these available with a click of your mouse
via NCSA's Mosaic (return key for NCSA lynx users).

      The URL to put in your hotlist/bookmark file:


                        ** WHAT'S NEW **
  o -  Robert's Satellite WWW page (Satellite Radio)
  o -  Bradley University Ham Radio (Shortwave)
  o -  Direct link to BBC World Service (Shortwave)
  o -  Links to Shortwave Radio ID audio tracks (Shortwave)
  o -  A new World Radio Network WWW link (Satellite Radio)
  o -  PRS Corporation SW Radio Simulator (Shortwave)
  o -  VOA News and Communications World digital audio (Shortwave)
  o -  KOL-Israel External Service schedule (Shortwave)
  o -  Misc. Shortwave Schedules (Shortwave)
  o -  E-mail Addresses of hams on the Internet (Shortwave)
  o -  Radio Australia Schedules (Shortwave)
  o -  Boston Amateur Radio Club Field Day WWW Page (Shortwave)
  o -  Misc. corrections and updates

                        ** MUF/LUF **
  Maximum Usable Frequency, E-Cutoff a.k.a. Lowest Usable Frequency Charts

    I have a WWW MUF/LUF tool based on "micromuf.bas" on-line! Fill out your
location, transmitter location, and sun-spot info (links to solar info for
the day, week and month available from the web page.) and an ASCII, WWW, or
even a .GIF MUf/LUF propagation chart graphic file will be returned! Try out
this interactive World Wide Web form.

                       Toward the Future

    If you have a site or know of a site that maintains up-to-date information
on radio topics, send me e-mail.

    If your club would like to participate, (provide program schedules, club
events, maintain files on individual broadcasters, etc.), send me e-mail.

   If you are a radio broadcaster and have internet ftp files, gophers or WWW
servers with program schedules, audio-on-demand files, or other information
to share, send me e-mail.

   I am also looking for UNIX software programs that could create propagation
information in graphic form (GIF, JPEG, ???) that would be adapted to use WWW
forms to send the graphic to the WWW user. If you know of a tool (read free
program), send me e-mail.

  My thanks to Jay Novello for providing his public access WWW server and to
Ralph Brandi for providing the FAQ html files!

             Pete Costello

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