Five new Klingenfuss products for 2011: All advance orders have been shipped!

Dear friends,

all new products for 2011

– 2011 Super Frequency List on CD
– 2011 Shortwave Frequency Guide
– 2011/2012 Guide to Utility Radio Stations
– 2011 Frequency Database for the PERSEUS Software-Defined Receiver
– 1997-2010 Digital Data Decoder Screenshots on CD

have been published by 4 December. We’ve worked around the clock and hundreds of advance orders have been mailed by Monday 6 December, i.e. well in time for the Christmas holiday and radio monitoring season. Enjoy!

Please note that we did NOT increase our prices for 2011.

Since Larry Magne’s Passport to World Band Radio has been
discontinued in 2009, our 2011 Shortwave Frequency Guide remains the only international handbook that gives you full schedule details for each entry in the unique broadcast frequency list, e.g.

4824.4 – La Voz de la Selva – Iquitos – PRU – 01.00-03.00 – Sp – dom – Mon-Sat

7210.0 – All India Radio – Kolkata – IND – 04.00-05.00 – En Hi Bg –
dom – Sat Sun

11675.0 – Radio New Zealand International – Rangitaiki – NZL – 06.59-07.58 – En – Pa – DRM

On our updated website

you can download full A4 size PDF sample pages of our latest printed
products as well as the new 2011 catalogue, plus detailed product
descriptions, sample pages, screenshots, and a list of dealers
worldwide – from Australia to the United States of America!
Alternatively, you may ask for our free 24-pages 2011 printed
catalogue to your postal address.

The 2011/2012 Guide to Utility Radio Stations is the 26th edition of
this standard reference book for both professional HF radio
monitoring services and non-professional radio listeners worldwide.

Deadline for the very latest 2011 broadcast schedules published in
the brandnew Shortwave Frequency Guide was on 20 November 2010.
Unlike traditional publications in this field, our clear layout and
new typeface provides for excellent legibility. See the brandnew PDF
sample pages on our comprehensive webpage!

Apart from the usual up-to-date broadcast and utility station and
schedule databases, the 2011 Super Frequency List on CD now covers 418 fascinating new digital data decoder screenshots from
professional HF stations around the globe.

Our product Digital Data Decoder Screenshots on CD now covers more than 7,800 (seven thousand eight hundred!) digital data decoder screenshots from 1997 to today, essentially produced with WAVECOM equipment. Feed your Windows PC with this CD, and the “slide show” will keep you busy for a few days – or weeks!

WAVECOM W-CODE is a software decoder with inputs identical to the famous W61PC. It allows seamless integration with SDR (Software-Defined Radio) receivers with IQ data or digital audio outputs, and provides all functions required to analyze, decode and process data communications throughout the complete radio spectrum (HF, VHF, UHF, SHF). RADIXON’s Excalibur or MICROTELECOM’s Perseus and the W-CODE make a real dream team!

The W-CODE and W61 series of Digital Data Analyzer and Decoder
products are clearly targeted at the professional market. Typical
applications are manual or automated monitoring of radio
communication transmissions in the HF + UHF + VHF + SHF + satellite
bands, SIGINT, and signal analysis and classification. The superb new software cracks 200+ modes with worldwide leading technology.
Detailed information can be found on our website and in the printed
brochure available upon request.

As precisely predicted by ourselves – and by nobody else! – already
10 years ago in 2000, HF e-mail continues to spread rapidly and has
developed into the major application of modern digital HF techniques
that we have marketed – and used! – for years.

After Hurricane Katrina, the Indian Ocean Tsunami, and the Haiti
Earthquake, Lesson # 1 says: Forget about satphone, BPL, cellphones, e-mail and Internet. HF radio is vital!

Best wishes, Joerg Klingenfuss

Klingenfuss Publications
Klingenfuss Radio Monitoring
Hagenloher Str. 14
72070 Tuebingen
Phone +49 7071 62830
Fax +49 7071 600849

Info via A-DX


Dear DX — Friends all over the World !

I am writing to you all at the bidding request of DSWCI, Danish Shortwave Club International.

The 2011 years Annual General Meeting and DX–Camp will take place in Vejers Beach, Western Denmark, Western Part of Jutland on :

May 20 — 22, 2011.

If you wish to book hotel rooms, you may do so
under the E–Mail address :


Homepage of the Hotel :

You can receive more details later on from the Chief Editor of Shortwave News, DSWCI, Kaj Bredahl Joergensen in Denmark :


With very best wishes and greetings from Sweden,

T i b o r S z i l a g y i

EDXC Secretary General

Info via dxld

Radio RMRC St Helena 23 October 2010

RMRC Broadcast about RSD2009 to Japan and Asia on 23. October 2010 ================================================== The Rhein-Main Radio Club (RMRC) will broadcast a special program in English on Saturday, 23. October 2010, from 13:00 to 14:00 UTC on 11640 KHz with 100 KW (AM-modulation) from Sitkunai in Lithuania to Japan and Asia. The program will be essentially the same as the English broadcast to North America on 09. October. The main feature will be audio clips from the Radio St. Helena Day 2009 programs. There will also be information about the RMRC, comments on RSH and RSD by Robert Kipp, and ( we hope) some special comments by Mr. Toshi Ohtake of the Japan ShortWave Club (JSWC). The RMRC wishes listeners everywhere good reception conditions. No return postage is needed for the special RMRC QSL-card. There is also an electronic QSL for email reports. The postal address can be found on the club web page at www.RMRC.DE With best 73, Robert Kipp

Info via A-DX

Moscow Buzzer

This is a page focusing on the strange shortwave transmission known as the “Russian Buzzer” station. It is heard on 4625 kHz. in the AM mode, and has been heard for decades. The true purpose of the station has never been determined, but it has attracted a lot of attention, particularly of late when Russian talk, background chatter and even occasional music have been heard in on the station. Everyone loves a good mystery!

Info via Radio HF Internet Newsletter VOL. 12 NUMBER 009

Radio St Helena Day 2010

Radio St. Helena Day 2010 :

Date , Times, and Targets

RSD 2010 will be on Saturday, 09. October 2010
Target Region Times (UTC ) Beam Heading
=========== ============== ==========
EUROPE 1900 – 2030 UTC 10 degrees

INDIA 2030 – 2130 UTC 70 degrees

JAPAN 2130 – 2300 UTC 50 degrees

North America 2300 – 0030 UTC 310 degrees

Gary Walters, Station Manager of Radio St. Helena, has just confirmed the above information, and, as usual, Derek Richards will operate the RSD shortwave transmitting facility.

There will be a special email-address exclusively for the evening of RSD 2010.
As soon as Gary sets up this special email account, we will publish the account name.

The RSD 2010 QSL cards are being sponsored by the Danish ShortWave Club International.
Reception reports for RSD 2010 should be sent with sufficient return postage to RSH using the special Airmail address via Ascension and the United Kingdom — exactly the same procedure as for the RSD 2009 reception reports. ALL mail to RSH should use this procedure.

ALL 266 QSLs for RSD 2009 have been mailed and should now be arriving around the world.

Info via A-DX

NASB Shortwave Listener Survey

New NASB Shortwave Listener Survey, is now online. The purpose of the survey is to gather demographic and other information about shortwave listeners in North America and around the world. Questions deal with listener preferences regarding shortwave stations, programming, receivers, DRM and much more. The NASB is requesting and encouraging all shortwave publications and websites to place a link to the survey, which will be online until May of 2011. The survey results will be announced to the public at the 2011 NASB annual meeting.

The URL for links to the survey is:

Info via CumbreDX


The various frequency listings which are maintained on the British DX Club web site have now been updated for May 2010:

*Guide to DX & Media Programmes
*Africa on Shortwave
*Middle East on Shortwave
*UK on Shortwave
*South Asia on the Tropical Bands
*External Services on Mediumwave

The above can all be found on the Articles Index at:

We are also pleased to announce the publication of the A-10 edition of Broadcasts in English which can now be ordered from the club – see Home page for details.
(Copies were sent to club members on Friday and should be delivered this week)

Info via HCDX

RTI T-shirt contest

Radio Taiwan International (RTI) is giving away a limited number of t-shirts and Special QSL Cards to the listeners around the world to thank you for the support of the radio station under “Listen to RTI and Win a T-shirt” Contest.
To enter for a chance to win a t-shirt, you can send an email or a reception report about the reception condition in your part of the world. RTI will send you a Qualified Shortwave Listener (QSL) card along with a contest entry card. Return the contest entry card back to RTI with your name and mailing address. There is no limit to the number of entries listeners can send. Photocopies of the card, however, will not be accepted..
Deadline : Mail your contest entry card to RTI with a postmark between April 1, 2010 and August 15, 2010 to enter the drawing.
More Details on :
Enjoy RTI and win the contest

Info via HCDX

RHC Habana 5040 Khz

Just found the following announcement on the Radio Havana website at

“Radio Havana Cuba to Broadcast on Tropical Band

Havana, March 19 (RHC)– Beginning Monday, March 22nd, Radio Havana Cuba will broadcast on the Tropical Band of shortwave frequencies. The international radio station’s programming in Spanish, English, French, Creole and Esperanto will be heard throughout Cuba, as well as in the southern part of the United States, Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean and the northern part of South America.

Listeners will be able to tune in to Radio Havana Cuba between the hours of 23:00 UTC and 11:00 UTC the following day on 5040 Khz. ”

Info via dxld

World DX Club E-membership

The World DX Club is pleased to announce that we can now offer E-Membership of the World DX Club at a considerably reduced rate compared to standard postal rates.

E-Membership will entitle you to receive Contact Magazine by a downloadable pdf file. Each month you will be sent a password to enable you to downloadthat month’s issue from the World DX Club webpages. Note that E- Members will not receive postal copies of the magazine.

For details of E-Membership rates, and on how you can join the World DX Club, just go to

You can also download a free sample copy of a recent issue of Contactmagazine on that page.

The World DX Club was founded in 1968, and the first edition of Contactpublished by the club was mailed soon afterwards. Today, the club continues to publish Contact Magazine every month, consisting of up to 56 pages containing station logs, news, information and comment about radio and radio broadcasts – primarily, but not exclusively, international shortwave radio.

Info via dxld

The Disco Palace

New station via TDP in DRM on shortwave: The Disco Palace:


“Feel the music” and get surrounded by the disco beat, listen every day to “The Disco Palace” on your digital radio, the maximum level of audio quality that you find in the market.

We broadcast in the DRM-standard (Digital Radio Mondiale).

Broadcast Frequency
Europe from 1400-1500 UTC 6015 kHz
North America from 2000-2100 UTC 17755 kHz

Check website:

New paper on Cuban spies use of shortwave numbers stations

Dirk Rijmenants has published a 10 page paper:
Cuban Agent Communications, Failure of a Perfect System.
Several Cuban spies in the United States, who received instruction from Cuba via shortwave numbers stations, were recently arrested. How did they fail?

Download link on his blog, also can be downloaded on his website, which is linked to, Dirk Rijmenants’ Cipher Machines and Cryptology,
Historical and Technical Information about Crypto Machines, Cryptology and Free Software Simulations.

Blog entry:

Info via dxld

Shortwave Radio Meetings 2010

Shortwave Radio Meetings – 2010

Date: February 27 (1430-1700 BST)
Location: Reading International Solidarity Centre (RISC), 35-39 London Street, Reading RG1 4PS, England
Organization: Reading International Radio Group
Expected Attendance: 20
More info:
Note: these Reading DX meetings are held with 1-2 months interval. Next ones: 10 April, 5 June, 24 July

Dates: March 5-6
Location: Kulpsville, PA, USA
Organzation: Winter SWL Fest
Expected Attendance: 200
More Info:

Dates: May
Location: Ontario, Canada
Oganisation: National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters
More Info: (pages under construction)

Dates: May 14-16
Location: Dayton, Ohio, USA
Organization: Dayton Hamvention
Expected Attendance: 20,000
More Info:

Dates: June 4-6
Location: Vejers Beach, Jutland, Denmark
Description: The annual general meeting of DSWCI and listening camp
Organization: Danish Short Wave Club International
Expected Attendance: 30
More Info:

Dates: June/July
Location: Sweden
Description: The annual DX-Parliament of Swedish DXers
Organization: Swedish DX Federation
Expected Attendance: 30
More Info:

Dates: June 25-27
Location: Friedrichshafen, Germany
Description: Ham Radio, biggest annual hamfest in Europe

Dates: July
Location: Mexico
Description: The Annual Mexican DX Meeting
Expected Attendance: 50
More Info:

Dates: August 6-8
Location: Haapavesi, Central Finland
Description: The Annual Summer Meeting
Organization: The Finnish DX Association
Expected Attendance: 70
More Info:

Dates: August 21-23
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Organization: Tokyo Ham Fair
Expected Attendance: 30000

Dates: September 3-8
Location: Berlin, Germany
Name: IFA Internationale Funkausstellung
Description: Consumer Electronics Fair – Including Radios

Dates: September 10-14
Location: Amsterdam, Holland
Name: IBC Expo,
Description: Media trade show

Dates: September 30-October 3
Location: Ankara, Turkey
Description: European DX Conference
Organization: European DX Council/Voice of Turkey
Expected Attendance: 50
More Info:

Info via Risto Vahakainu on HCDX