TV Database, by state:
TV Database, by channel:
TV Database, by state, on Google Maps:
TV Database, by channel, on Google Maps:
FM Database, by state:
FM Database, by frequency:
FM Database, by state, on Google Maps:
FM Database, by channel, on Google Maps:
FM, another way of looking at it.
applications filed in October & November 2013.
a snapshot of the analog TV dial as it existed at the end of
full-power analog TV in the United States.
Occasional original articles:
"FrankenFMs" and the FCC regulations
Audio recordings made with SDR.
Government broadcasting information:
Media Bureau, FCC
FCC Broadcast Applications
FCC Broadcast Actions
FCC Broadcast Call Changes
Search FCC broadcast databases
Download FCC broadcast database files
Coverage maps of existing DTV stations (and their analog facilities)
As above, but only those stations with a significant change in coverage.
A ZIP file with all maps, but this is a 300 megabyte download!
Canadian Radio-television and Communications Commission news.
Industry Canada technical database.
Mexican AM radio
Mexican FM radio
Mexican analog TV
Mexican digital TV
Other broadcast listings:
Fred Cantu's site for Mexican station information
DX links & organizations:
Worldwide TV-FM DX Association website
Worldwide TV-FM DX Association discussion board
National Radio Club (for AM)
International Radio Club of America (also AM)
American Radio Relay League (for ham radio)
Thomas White's radio history site. Recommended!
Jeff Miller's radio history site. Also recommended!
BBC-TV, 1938 - recorded in New York via F2 skip!
WLW 500kw transmitter schematic
The rest of Jim Hawkins' excellent radio pages
Original 1952 TV channel allotments.
Translators above channel 69, all are gone now.
WTVT-13 Tampa history. Lots of pictures.
Bill Hepburn's tropospheric propagation forecasts.
The rest of Bill's excellent site!
My blog, mostly about AM but some FM/TV items as well.
RBDS PI code => callsign calculator. USA only, Canadian and other non-US stations will give bad results. Some U.S. stations use the wrong codes too.
RBDS callsign => PI code calculator. Again, USA only.
DX Summit real-time ham radio propagation logging
Accurate carrier frequency measurements for identification of F2 DX
Stallions Satellite & Antenna, a site selling TV antennas. Has good technical articles.
"How to send ear-S", signal strength reporting by ear. Try "back to index" for some interesting homebrew electronics pages!
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© D. Smith W9WI 2012