The Longwave Shortwave Radio
Operating at 100-519 kHz, just below the AM band (520-1710 kHz), longwave signals are used by those interested in low-frequency experimental radio (LowFER) communications as well as ITU Region 1 broadcasters in Europe and as far away as Mongolia. The radio also operates in the shortwave band (1711 kHz – 30 MHz) with single-sideband (SSB) tuning for listening to two-way shortwave communications. In addition to FM reception (88-108 MHz), it can listen to civilian aircraft radio transmissions in the 117-137 MHz frequency band. Stores up to 100 favorite stations for each frequency band. Its built-in horizontal antenna rotates 360° for precise AM reception while its telescoping antenna pulls in FM, SW, and aircraft band signals. Requires additional longwave antenna to receive LW signal; additional external shortwave antenna can enhance SW reception.Price $299.95
Subscribe now to our FREE newsletter!
Subscribe NOW to Gadgets Matrix weekly newsletter! You will receive the weekly selection of the best gadgets!
It is FUN, it is COOL, it is Gadgets Matrix newsletter!