Are you a shortwave listener and thinking about getting your hands on a guide that contains a list of international frequencies? The WORLD RADIO TV HANDBOOK 2012 may be just what you’re after. The shortwave listening guide of 2012 is available.

The World Radio TV Handbook, or WRTH is now in its 66th year. It is the most accurate and complete guide to the world of radio on LW, MW, SW and FM, available in any form.

If you are an amateur radio operator, you most likely have a good idea about the receiving frequencies on your HF transceiver. If you are like many shortwave listening newbies, you probably do not know where to find the shortwave  frequencies on your radio, along with other relevant information.

Any shortwave listening fan will want to add this to their library. Well, you might argue that there are shortwave frequency lists on the internet. This would be true. However, with this SWL guide placed on your coffee table you have the convenience of browsing the pages throughout the day.

The World Radio TV Handbook includes: Features, National Radio, International Radio, Frequency Lists, Television, and Reference.

You do not need any type of license to be a shortwave listener. You will need a AM/FM-Stereo/Shortwave/Aircraft Band Radio with SSB. You can listen to AM, FM , Shortwave with SSB and aircraft band frequencies, and you can program in up to 100 of your favorites for each band. You can also connect your MP3 player for even more listening choices. The ETON Satellite 750 AM/FM Band Radio (Black) is a radio worth looking at.

The Sony ICF-SW7600GR AM/FM Shortwave World Band Receiver with Single Side Band Reception, plus External Plug-in Antenna is another excellent choice.

Want a great way to beat the winter blahs or the summertime blues? It’s time to get your tech on! There is no need to be bored. Get a hobby and stick with it.

Happy DXing!