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David Nordmann
 

how do you do what?

On Fri, Dec 24, 2010 at 10:26 AM, raytony70 <joedirt@...> wrote:



how do you use this



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raytony70
 

how do you use this

Re: web receiver recommendation

Matthew Kurzon
 

Thanks very much Dave Rohit.b, I joined the site you recommended!!!!

Matthew




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From: rohit.b dave <daverohitb@...>
To: webreceivers@...
Sent: Mon, August 9, 2010 3:38:31 AM
Subject: RE: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation


HiJoin the Global Tuners web site, they have around 15 receivers in the USA,
which you can tune and listen to.Global Tuners has around 55 receivers spread
across the world which are free to use.Regards rohit daveRadio
BangaloreIndiaSite operatorGlobal Tuners

To: webreceivers@...
From: pelletiert13@...
Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2010 23:37:28 -0700
Subject: Re: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation






















 


   
     
     
      sup? http://www.ehow.com/about_4830441_online-radio-scanners.html c-ya :)



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From: Matthew Kurzon <mattjiva@...>

To: webreceivers@...

Sent: Sun, August 8, 2010 8:06:55 PM

Subject: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation



 

I'm looking for a web receiver I can use to listen to Truckers on CB, 27.185MHz,

or 27185.00 Khz.  I would like to listen in the USA.  Your assistance would

be most welcome.



Thank you,



Matthew







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Re: web receiver recommendation

Mauno_Ritola
 

Hopefully there will be a tunable rx soon also in India?

9.8.2010 10:38, rohit.b dave kirjoitti:

HiJoin the Global Tuners web site, they have around 15 receivers in the USA, which you can tune and listen to.Global Tuners has around 55 receivers spread across the world which are free to use.Regards rohit daveRadio BangaloreIndiaSite operatorGlobal Tuners

To: webreceivers@...
From: pelletiert13@...
Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2010 23:37:28 -0700
Subject: Re: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation




























sup? http://www.ehow.com/about_4830441_online-radio-scanners.html c-ya :)



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From: Matthew Kurzon<mattjiva@...>

To: webreceivers@...

Sent: Sun, August 8, 2010 8:06:55 PM

Subject: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation





I'm looking for a web receiver I can use to listen to Truckers on CB, 27.185MHz,

or 27185.00 Khz. I would like to listen in the USA. Your assistance would

be most welcome.



Thank you,



Matthew




























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Yahoo! Groups Links




Re: web receiver recommendation

online_marketing99
 

HiJoin the Global Tuners web site, they have around 15 receivers in the USA, which you can tune and listen to.Global Tuners has around 55 receivers spread across the world which are free to use.Regards rohit daveRadio BangaloreIndiaSite operatorGlobal Tuners

To: webreceivers@...
From: pelletiert13@...
Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2010 23:37:28 -0700
Subject: Re: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation




























sup? http://www.ehow.com/about_4830441_online-radio-scanners.html c-ya :)



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From: Matthew Kurzon <mattjiva@...>

To: webreceivers@...

Sent: Sun, August 8, 2010 8:06:55 PM

Subject: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation





I'm looking for a web receiver I can use to listen to Truckers on CB, 27.185MHz,

or 27185.00 Khz. I would like to listen in the USA. Your assistance would

be most welcome.



Thank you,



Matthew



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Re: web receiver recommendation

Thomas Pelletier
 

sup? http://www.ehow.com/about_4830441_online-radio-scanners.html c-ya :)




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From: Matthew Kurzon <mattjiva@...>
To: webreceivers@...
Sent: Sun, August 8, 2010 8:06:55 PM
Subject: [webreceivers] web receiver recommendation

 
I'm looking for a web receiver I can use to listen to Truckers on CB, 27.185MHz,
or 27185.00 Khz.   I would like to listen in the USA.  Your assistance would
be most welcome.

Thank you,

Matthew

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web receiver recommendation

Matthew Kurzon
 

I'm looking for a web receiver I can use to listen to Truckers on CB, 27.185MHz,
or 27185.00 Khz.   I would like to listen in the USA.  Your assistance would
be most welcome.

Thank you,

Matthew

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Recordings: Radio Caroline 531KHz

Ronnie Rodent <ronnie.rodent@...>
 

I have put three recordings of Caroline 531 on my blog, here:

http://ronnierodent.blogspot.com/2010/05/radio-caroline-on-531khz.html


They are recorded from Barney's webtuner at http://beta.remotehams.com/orb.html?id=154

You can find more recordings from this webtuner here:

http://www.archive.org/details/Barneys_TenTec_RX320D

and from other webtuners and my own QTH on my blog: http://ronnierodent.blogspot.com
73s Ronnie Rodent - The Mouse Mouse About Your House

Re: Calling FM DXers

Björn
 

Hello, thanks for mentioning this,

As analog TV leaves us here in the USA, remember that on
Globaltuners Network, there are several excellant custom FM DX
receiver sites including Finland, Breda(Netherlands), Montreal and
France.
Databases and tropo prediction maps are included at these sites. FM > E-skip, tropo, and auroral DX lives on at Globaltuners.
One of the main databases would be FMLIST (www.fmlist.org) or the FMSCAN reception prediction using FMLIST data (www.fmscan.org)

73, Björn (Germany)

NICE TEST CARD IN HD

Xyber
 

Test your screen or use as a screen saver;

watch here:
http://www.net-man.dk/test/test.html

or download here:
http://rapidshare.com/files/367996379/testscr.zip

Your screen resolution must be at least 1920 x 1080 pixels,
when you´ve downloaded the .zip file, extract to a folder of your choice.

The .zip contains a standalone flash .exe file: testscr.exe (this one is the loader)
and a net.ntm file: (source-file)-(.ntm is net-man.dk own extension file).

LOVE

More testcards in HD

Xyber
 

Happy new year testcard in HD

Xyber
 

Watch this testcard in HD:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAICtQdHsJY

LOVE

Re: Radio Bangalore India

online_marketing99
 

HelloSorry, there are no plans at present to have a tuneable receiver at Bangalore, maybe sometime later when I can afford a PC controlled rx I will try and do so.Regards Rohit dave

To: webreceivers@...
From: Mauno.Ritola@...
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 19:45:11 +0200
Subject: Re: [webreceivers] Radio Bangalore India





















Thank you. Is there any chance that you might make it tunable?



Regards,



Mauno



online_marketing99 kirjoitti:

Hi,
I have my audio only node running from Bangalore, India, on the Global
Tuners web site
http://www.globaltuners.com/receiver/vk4fsgw.php?receiver=398
<http://www.globaltuners.com/receiver/vk4fsgw.php?receiver=398>
I will be primarily relaying the commercial broadcasting service of
All India Radio viz Vividh Bharathi Service.
Regards
Rohit Dave



















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Re: Radio Bangalore India

Mauno_Ritola
 

Thank you. Is there any chance that you might make it tunable?

Regards,

Mauno

online_marketing99 kirjoitti:


Hi,
I have my audio only node running from Bangalore, India, on the Global Tuners web site http://www.globaltuners.com/receiver/vk4fsgw.php?receiver=398 <http://www.globaltuners.com/receiver/vk4fsgw.php?receiver=398>
I will be primarily relaying the commercial broadcasting service of All India Radio viz Vividh Bharathi Service.
Regards
Rohit Dave

Radio Bangalore India

online_marketing99
 

Hi,
I have my audio only node running from Bangalore, India, on the Global Tuners web site http://www.globaltuners.com/receiver/vk4fsgw.php?receiver=398
I will be primarily relaying the commercial broadcasting service of All India Radio viz Vividh Bharathi Service.
Regards
Rohit Dave

Hongkong Receiver

online_marketing99
 

I am unable to use the Hongkong receiver, inspite of mailing Dan.
Can someone help

Hongkong Receiver

online_marketing99
 

I am unable to use the Hongkong receiver, inite of mailing Dan.
Can someone help

Re: New Globaltuner Receiver Sites

oztvfan
 

--- In webreceivers@..., "brad wall" <bradebi@...> wrote:

Quite a few new receiver sites lately at Globaltuners, including but not limited to Montreal FM DX2, Kentucky, Mojave Desert(California),Czechoslovakia, London East and London West, and others.
All very good. Could a tunable online HD radio be a possibility in the near future perhaps ? Cquam for the new am stereo stations still left would be very interesting also as I think all HD radios oddly allow for this 'old' mode also ??

New Globaltuner Receiver Sites

brad wall <bradebi@...>
 

Quite a few new receiver sites lately at Globaltuners, including but not limited to Montreal FM DX2, Kentucky, Mojave Desert(California),Czechoslovakia, London East and London West, and others.

Calling FM DXers

brad wall <bradebi@...>
 

As analog TV leaves us here in the USA, remember that on Globaltuners
Network, there are several excellant custom FM DX receiver sites
including Finland, Breda(Netherlands), Montreal and France. Databases
and tropo prediction maps are included at these sites. FM E-skip,
tropo, and auroral DX lives on at Globaltuners.