Added December 2008
Radio Clube de Mozambique Advertisement - JPG imgage that I found in an old magazine
UPCOMING: Lots of mp3 recordings of station IDs from my Latin American travels. More (and larger) photos. QSLs. There will be very little added in articles, but lots of audio and visual items.
I added almost nothing to this site from about 2001 to 2004, when I had some time for a month and added the following.
Added June 2004
- The newly added Mexico Broadcasting Menu includes six articles by Carl Huffaker, numerous graphics, and my detailed medium wave log made in Guadalajara, Mexico with dozens of audio files.
- There are five new Peruvian articles. Radio Sudamerica,
Radio San Miguel Arcangel, Radio Stations in Bambamarca, and
Bambamarca are by Takayuki Inoue Nozaki. Radio Cora is from Carl Huffaker's notebooks.
- A DXer Looks at Bahia, Brazil is a reprint of a 1994 article of mine on one of the most interesting states in Brazil. (Read about the connection to Donald Duck!)
- In my files I found several old postings I've made on QSLing. They are How I QSLed Paraguay, Some Long Delayed QSLs and More On Long Delayed QSLs
- The newly added Caribbean Islands Menu includes articles on radio in Grenada (1985) and Haiti (2000). The Haitian article is from Takayuki Inoue Nozaki.
- Some time ago a high school student doing research asked me about Food in Honduras. Now you can read my response.
- More background on Guatemalan clandestine station, Radio Liberacion
- Addendum to Radio Impacto gives some more background on this semi-clandestine Costa Rican station of the 1980s.
- Understanding Latin American Station Identifications was written by Jim Whitehead in the 1970s, but is still very useful.
- The Radio Schools of Latin America by by Michiel Schaay of the Netherlands is a 1983 article on uses of radio in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, and Ecuador.
- The Vertical Helical Antenna is a useful limited-space shortwave listening antenna.
- More Historical Articles from Dr. Adrian Peterson
This website is maintained by Don Moore,
Association of North American Radio Clubs
DXer of the Year for 1995.