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Radio User Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Since it’s debut in 2006, RadioUser has been the best selling radio listeners’ magazine in the UK. Short wave listening covers all forms of radio listening – broadcast, airband, scanning, DXTV, weather satellites, amateur bands, decode, s.s.b. utilities, numbers stations, milair and propagation to mention a few. All these topics are covered each month with regular columns compiled by the leading experts in their field.

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Radio User  |  January 2018  


IN THIS ISSUE:

• Review I: The ICOM IC-R8600 Wideband Receiver - In his review, Keith Rawlings G4MIU offers an in-depth assessment of the technical specifications and key features.
• Scanning Scene - Scanmeister Bill Robertson provides hints and tips for wireless remote scanning in and around your home and looks at a type of radio that could be said to be out of this world.
• Decode - Mike Richards covers more of the aspects and workings of the Weak Signals Propagation Reporter system, including its WSJT-X component.
• Review II: The ELAD FDM DUOr Multi-Use Receiver - Former RU editor Andy Thomsett re-examines the ELAD FDM DUOr multi-use receiver from the point of view of its software capabilities.
• Sky High - Godfrey Manning evaluates the use of selected radio communications as aids to aviation, surveys good practice, covers callsigns and offers some operational and frequency updates.
• Airband News - David Smith reviews potential cyber-threats to aircraft and reports on ground-breaking remote-control tower technology in the UK.
•Maritime Matters - Robert Connolly weighs up minimum specifications for non-GMDSS maritime VHF equipment, relives the recent hurricane Ophelia and undertakes some equipment comparisons.
• Digital Radio - New regular columnist Kevin Ryan looks at weather and DAB reception, assesses smaller DAB trials and reports on issues of coverage, audiences and services in this sector of digital radio.
• DXTV, FM & Satellite News - Keith Hamer and Garry Smith demonstrate the truly global nature of their hobby, delineating TV and FM DXing successes during October and using contributions from readers around the world.
• LM&S Broadcast Matters - Chrissy Brand checks back in from a visit to the Woofferton SW transmitter site, looks at global radio stations’ QSL policies.
Since it’s debut in 2006, RadioUser has been the best selling radio listeners’ magazine in the UK.

Short wave listening covers all forms of radio listening – broadcast, airband, scanning, DXTV, weather satellites, amateur bands, decode, s.s.b. utilities, numbers stations, milair and propagation to mention a few. All these topics are covered each month with regular columns compiled by the leading experts in their field.

Simple constructional projects allow readers of all levels to try their hand at building something of use in the shack and to experience the thrill of achievement that building a successful radio project can bring. In-depth reviews of the latest receivers, scanners, CB, PMR and other associated radio equipment help keep the listener up-to-date with the latest developments in a rapidly expanding hobby.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Radio User magazine subscription.

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Radio User   |   January 2018   


IN THIS ISSUE:

• Review I: The ICOM IC-R8600 Wideband Receiver - In his review, Keith Rawlings G4MIU offers an in-depth assessment of the technical specifications and key features.
• Scanning Scene - Scanmeister Bill Robertson provides hints and tips for wireless remote scanning in and around your home and looks at a type of radio that could be said to be out of this world.
• Decode - Mike Richards covers more of the aspects and workings of the Weak Signals Propagation Reporter system, including its WSJT-X component.
• Review II: The ELAD FDM DUOr Multi-Use Receiver - Former RU editor Andy Thomsett re-examines the ELAD FDM DUOr multi-use receiver from the point of view of its software capabilities.
• Sky High - Godfrey Manning evaluates the use of selected radio communications as aids to aviation, surveys good practice, covers callsigns and offers some operational and frequency updates.
• Airband News - David Smith reviews potential cyber-threats to aircraft and reports on ground-breaking remote-control tower technology in the UK.
•Maritime Matters - Robert Connolly weighs up minimum specifications for non-GMDSS maritime VHF equipment, relives the recent hurricane Ophelia and undertakes some equipment comparisons.
• Digital Radio - New regular columnist Kevin Ryan looks at weather and DAB reception, assesses smaller DAB trials and reports on issues of coverage, audiences and services in this sector of digital radio.
• DXTV, FM & Satellite News - Keith Hamer and Garry Smith demonstrate the truly global nature of their hobby, delineating TV and FM DXing successes during October and using contributions from readers around the world.
• LM&S Broadcast Matters - Chrissy Brand checks back in from a visit to the Woofferton SW transmitter site, looks at global radio stations’ QSL policies.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Radio User magazine print subscription.
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