all new products for 2018
– 2018 Super Frequency List on CD
– 2018 Shortwave Frequency Guide
– 2018 Frequency Database for the PERSEUS Software-Defined Receiver
– 1997-2018 Digital Data Decoder Screenshots on USB Stick
– Supplement January 2018 to the 2017/2018 Guide to Utility Radio Stations
have been published by 7 December. We’ve worked around the clock and hundreds of advance orders have been mailed by Saturday 9 December, i.e. well in time for the Christmas holiday and radio monitoring season. Enjoy!
Full A4 size sample pages can be found on our website: http://www.klingenfuss.org where you can download the new 2018 catalogue as well, plus detailed product descriptions, hundreds of fascinating screenshots, and a list of dealers worldwide, from Australia to the United States of America. Alternatively, you may ask for our free 24-pages 2018 printed catalogue to your postal address.
The free Supplement January 2018 to the 2017/2018 Guide to Utility Radio Stations with 400+ new frequencies can be downloaded from our website as well. For decades, the Klingenfuss Utility Radio Guide has been the standard reference book for both professional HF radio monitoring services and non-professional radio listeners worldwide.
Deadline for the very latest 2018 broadcast schedules published in the brandnew Shortwave Frequency Guide was on 15 November 2017. Unlike traditional publications in this field, our clear layout and new typeface provides for excellent legibility. See the brandnew sample pages on our comprehensive webpage!
Apart from the usual up-to-date broadcast and utility station and schedule databases, the 2018 Super Frequency List on CD now covers more than 570 fascinating new digital data decoder screenshots from professional HF stations around the globe, comprising in detail the revolutionary Kiwi-SDR and Web-SDR techniques as well.
Our product Digital Data Decoder Screenshots on USB Stick now covers more than 14,500 (fourteen thousand five hundred!) digital data decoder screenshots from 1997 to today, essentially produced with PROCITEC and WAVECOM equipment. Feed your PC or laptop or tablet with this stick, and the “slide show” will keep you busy for a few days –
As precisely predicted by ourselves – and by nobody else! – already 18 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 decades.
Best wishes, Joerg Klingenfuss