Teak Publishing has released the 12th edition (Summer 2019) of the “Global Radio Guide” electronic book.
Available on Amazon, the book, formerly known as the “International Shortwave Broadcast Guide,” provides readers with this summer’s 24-hour schedule and frequency information for “selected medium wave and all known long- and shortwave” radio stations.
Author Gayle Van Horn (W4GVH) says it also lists hourly schedules that includes all language services, frequencies and world target areas for more than 500 stations, as well as specifying DX radio programs and internet website addresses for many of the stations in the book.
New for the 12th edition is a “Summer 2019 Propagation Forecast,” written by international radio propagation expert, Tomas Hood (NW7US). In this feature, Hood looks at summer radio conditions and the new solar cycle.
Also, Gayle and Larry Van Horn have teamed up to pen a story on monitoring the Venezuelan political crisis, including broadcast and military frequencies.
Other articles in this edition include a feature on summer radio programming by Fred Waterer and an article detailing an “easy home-brew antenna support construction,” written by Richard Fisher.
In addition, Larry Van Horn looks at “Who’s Who in the Shortwave Radio Spectrum,” which is designed to assist the reader in monitoring global radio activity outside the broadcast radio spectrum. According to Van Horn, the article also provides an updated Teak Publishing HF 1000+ non-broadcast frequency list.
The Global Radio Guide electronic book is available worldwide from Amazon and their various international websites at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R81NJHD/.
The price for this latest edition is US$8.48.