>>25585958 I'm in the Asia Pacific though. It's hard to pick up anything these days. I did find Radio Australia invaluable when I was on a cruise though. Couldn't get news information any other way.
>>25585997 The spookiest was Cherry Ripe. It was apparently trasmitted only a ten hours drive from where I live. I never got to hear it live (I was too young to properly use a radio), but I've got a recording of it.
Numbers stations are still the best way to securely smuggle information. You might have a neighbour that uses one for reals.
>tfw shortwave is dead All I want is an hour from every country each day. Is it all that much to ask?
I feel really sorry for the kids. When we went away for the holidays, all I'd do is scan the radiowaves. You'd have to pretty much walk around town to find vantage points for VHF/FM DXing, etc. It was great. What do they do now?
>>25586055 Japan has cool radio; some sort of radar system you can pick up, Kyodo news broadcasts articles in HF-fax and they have a number station. China also has number stations, which are claimed to belong to organized crime.
>>25586234 You still have stations to listen to if you look, if you're in North America, while you do have to deal with Brother Stair on ~30 frequencies, you can still get Radio Havana Cuba, China Radio International, Radio Romania, Voice of Turkey, All India Radio, BBC World Service (7445, 9915, 12095), Radio France International, Radio Slovakia International, Radio Prague, Radio Ukraine International and a bunch more.
If you utilize WebSDR's that can expand your range further, and you can still get some nice QSL Cards at least.
It's not what it used to be, but there's still stuff there, I don't know if I'll be able to say that a decade from now unfortunately.
>>25586282 >literally live 5km from where it happened I actually drove past many times before I read the story when reading about Adelaide's addiction to having spooky murders.
>>25586320 I hope to get an SDR at some point in time so I can decode some of the non-audio stuff. I'd also love to receive some DRM.
When radio dies down and licencing gets easier (as broadcasters die and free up the spectrum) I want to start my own moderately powered DRM shortwave or hf service. It'd only run for 30min a day, but I'd be great fun to bring it back.
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