Is shortwave radio still available?

Is shortwave radio still available?

It was widely used during the 20th century, when virtually every country had several stations broadcasting via shortwave to the international public. Some of these are still operational, such as the BBC World Service, Voice of America and Radio France Internationale, among many others.

What shortwave radio stations can I listen to?

Other shortwave radio stations US customers might listen to include:

  • KSDA: Adventist world radio: 91.9 MHz.
  • KTWR: Trans world radio: 801: Khz.
  • KVOH: Voice of hope: 6:065 MHz.
  • WBCQ: The Planet: 3.265 MHz.
  • WINB: World International Broadcasting: 9.265 MHz.
  • WTWW: We transmit World Wide: 5.085 MHz.

Can a phone pick up shortwave radio?

With a shortwave radio listening app, you can track down broadcasts, find the ideal frequency to listen to at any time of day, and more. These apps are available for both Android and iOS phones, so there’s something for everyone.

Is there an app to listen to VHF radios?

Install the Online Radio Box application on your smartphone and listen to VHF online as well as to many other radio stations wherever you are! Now, your favorite radio station is in your pocket thanks to our handy app.

How can I use my iPhone as a ham radio?

EchoLink. Available on both iOS and Android for free, the EchoLink app turns your smartphone into a HT, and allows you to access a network from your phone. You use the app to connect to the EchoLink system from a cellular or Wi-Fi connection, and then you can track your Ham connections wherever you like.

Can I listen to VHF on my phone?

Does iPhone have radiation?

You shouldn’t have to worry about the radiation your iPhone gives off. Even if there are long term effects, the amount of radiation you receive from your phone is so small that those effects are most likely very minor. Still, you should be mindful about your iPhone use in general.