DX Shortwave and Radio Listings Combined Search - "Orange"
Combined search of all publications related to DXing, station lists and radio listening
Enter one or more keywords to search for in the search box Select the years or decades you want to search in. If searching by years, uncheck "All" If 'all' is checked results include all issues Select how many results to show on each page '*' and '?'  may be used"K?I" gets KFI, KOI, etc. "K*I" gets KFI, KFDI, KFYI, etc.. Enclose expressions in double quotes "WXYZ" for exact matches

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<center><h3>RADEX <br>'The RAdio inDEX'</h3><hr>Published 1925 to 1942 <BR> Over 100 issues <BR> All are Searchable <br>by keywords <BR> Radex was the <br>listener's guide when <BR>there were fewer local <br>stations and much listening <br> was at night to skywave signals. <BR>US, Canada, Mexico <br>by frequency and location. <br> Great articles on radio listening.</center> <center><h3>White's Log and Station Lists</h3><hr>White's Stevenson Burgess, FBIS<BR>1923 to 1980's.<BR>Nearly 200 Radio Logs<BR> with  stations by frequency,<BR> location and call letters.<BR> FM and TV are included<BR> in later editions.</center> <center><h2>Citizen's Radio Callbook</h2><h3>Technolgy and station listings</h3><hr>1921 - 1932<hr>Very extensive listings of stations <BR>Technology articles<BR>Listener features</center> <center><h2>Short Wave Craft</h2><h3>Short Wave & Television</h3><hr>1930 to 1938 <br> Over 75 Issues<hr>Short wave radio<BR>Early Television<BR>Many diagrams <br>and illustrations<BR> <center><h3>FM Atlas 1970 - 2010</h3><hR> 20 of 21 total editions <BR> The late Dr Bruce Elving's  <BR>marvelous publication which plots <BR> every FM on maps  <BR>plus listings by frequency and  <BR>state & city including  <BR>formats and SCA.</center> <center><h3>The Vane A Jones</h3><h3>- North American -<br>-  Radio & Television -<br> Guide</h3><hr>Published 1957 to 1985 <BR>17 editions available. <BR>This was The DXer's <br>and station owner's <BR>favorite list of all <br>US Radio and TV stations. <BR>Includes Canada <br>Mexico Caribbean</center>
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The text you see in the search results may be inaccurate or garbled as Optical Character Recognition on old documents is not perfect, so try different keywords if you don't get the desired results. The text will be clearer in the full page view of the selected reference. The file linked to each search result is a fast-loading single page PDF and will be an image of the original where the search reference occurs. You will see a clear page just as published when you select any of the results. There are now 310,000 indexed pages so enjoy your exploring of radio's history!
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