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The B14 schedules are here and ShortwaveSchedule.com is updated to show the new broadcasts. Over the next days I'll also update the data you sent by email: new transmitter locations, schedules, etc. We welcome a new broadcaster: Global 24 - certainly great news, considering the number of broadcasters which shutdown their antennas in the past months. As usual, please let me know by email of any updates/corrections you might have. Happy listening!
Hope everyone had a good summer (or preparing for a good summer ahead, depending on your hemisphere) ! Thanks go to Edward for reporting a distance calculation bug and Marty for his donation (hope you get to read this, as I couldn't reply by email due to your provider blocking my emails). Happy listening !
Everyone's enjoying their summer vacation right now, lounging on a beach with a cold drink... while some of us (me included) are working! Having some free time available, I managed to code one of the most requested features: language filtering. The 2nd most requested feature is implemented as well: manually specifying a location in case your browser's geolocation doesn't work or you simply want transmitter distances from other locations.
To access these settings, just go to the settings page. Here you can enter coordinates manually and check/uncheck the languages you wish to see in the transmissions list. Please note the table headers are not updated in accordance to the filter - so, as the page says: if the number of listed transmissions is lower than expected, please check your language settings.
Because I'm also a privacy fan, these settings are entirely cookie-based. There's no username/password/email required, no Google or Facebook login. The only data is stored anonymously on your computer, inside 3 small text files. You can find a link at the end of the settings page which deletes all 3, in case you wish to "start fresh". Hope you enjoy the new features - as usual, please send me an email if problems appear.
Thank you for your emails and continuous support!
As usual, less than a week after Aoki's A14 update, you can find the new broadcast schedules on ShortwaveSchedule.com. Thank you for the reminder, Ralph :-) happy listening and a great spring to everyone!
Happy new year and may 2014 bring many interesting catches on your antenna ! :-)
Radio Mediterranee International is broadcasting now on 9575 kHz - thank you for the update, Reinhard !
You know it already - autumn's here and Aoki released B13 schedule... and it's already loaded ! A small correction has been applied to transmitter coordinates (thank you Anton). Radio 6150 is now Radio Channel 292 (thank you Rainer). ERA Corfu transmitter is now 100 KW (thank you Lefteris), Col de la Madone is corrected to 400 KW (thank you Pascal). Koreean flags are corrected (thank you Phil), Spain/UK flags as well (thank you Matthew), UK/Germany flags too (thank you Michael).
Also, you can now click the big radio icon next to the page title in order to go back to the site's index page. Many thanks to all those who wrote, don't forget to write if you find any problems with the schuled. Happy listening !
Just one week after release, the new A13 (spring 2013) shortwave schedule database is released - credits go as usual to Aoki. The main schedules are loaded now; over the next days I will apply the corrections sent by friends and users of ShortwaveSchedule. If you sent an update or a schedule correction and don't see it applied over the next week, please remind me by email. And don't forget: if you find the site useful, please consider making a donation.
All emails in my backlog are answered now and all issues mentioned by you were fixed. Thank you for your patience and happy listening!
ShortwaveSchedule.com wishes you a Happy New Year ! May the year of 2013 bring you all that you wish in your life together with good health and good will ! Due to a hectic end of the year, I haven't answered many of your emails. Rest assured that none of your comments and suggestions were forgotten; they will be answered and fixed in Jan 2013 - my apologies. Take care and happy listening !
Well, autumn has arrived (even winter in some places) - that means it's time for an updated ShortwaveSchedule.com ! The new shortwave schedule (B12) is in place. Over the next few days a few tweaks and adjustments will take place (mostly aesthetic), including the updates sent by our fellow visitors. If I miss anything, as usual - please let me know. Happy listening!
Radio 6150 has changed its broadcast frequency from 6150 kHz to 6070 kHz, database updated.
The ShortwaveSchedule.com database is now updated with the 2012 summer schedules, which are valid from today at 1600 UTC. Good timing, I'd say. The usual cleanup and adjustments are also done. if you find the site helpful, please consider making a Paypal donation to show your support. Thanks for using ShortwaveSchedule.com !
Good news everyone! Aoki released the A12 shortwave schedules, which you can find on his page. Of course, the new schedule will be updated on ShortwaveSchedule.com as free time permits.
Language filtering removed due too many problems with too many browsers.
In-page realtime filtering of the transmissions table, allowing you to quickly filter the results for a specific frequency, station name or language. For example: to display only shortwave broadcasts in english, just type "english" in the text field located under "Language". The filter also works for frequency and station name. As a bonus, the filters are kept when you navigate the site (so don't forget to clear the filters if you don't see any results). This filter was built by PicNet, congratulations guys and girls.
Unfortunately, there seems to be a bug in Chrome for Mac: the filter is only displayed the first time you access a station page. After that, it disappears. Safari and Firefox work just fine.
A minor database cleanup was also performed: 8 duplicate stations removed and transmissions consolidated.
What a year! happy new year with best wishes to all radio afficionados.
Added reverse geocoding to the location code which means you'll also see the name of your city besides the GPS coordinates. Finally fixed SQL queries to properly handle transmissions which start before midnight and end after midnight (this was a problem due to the way MySQL implements the TIME format, which is much worse for operations and type casting than DATETIME). Please let me know if you find any errors.
Unfortunately, geolocation on Safari 5/Mac OS X seems to work only when you're connected to a WiFi network. Having a wired internet connection seems to be hit and miss: the location prompt is triggered, but you will not get your location displayed (and therefore, no distance calculations). More details here. Chrome and Firefox work just fine on Mac OS X. Also, if you use a web proxy, your location will be detected according to the IP address of the proxy.
Added RSS feeds for all radio stations. When you are viewing the frequencies and schedule for a radio station, your browser should display the RSS icon for that page (top right). Subscribing to that feed will give you the frequency list for that radio station at the moment of checking the RSS feed. So if you set the feed to be checked at 1 hour, you'll have the latest updated frequency list.
Added interference check: means there is one more station broadcasting on that frequency, means there are 2 or more stations broadcasting on that frequency. Click on the warning icon to see all broadcasts in that frequency.
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