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  • Britain's largest and best selling VHF/UHF directory
  • Ideal for radio enthusiasts
  • Covers everything from covert government frequencies to local traffic wardens

Product overview

  • Britain's largest and best selling VHF/UHF directory
  • Ideal for radio enthusiasts
  • Covers everything from covert government frequencies to local traffic wardens

 For those not familiar with Scanning directories the Radio Today Ultimate Scanning Guide provides a comprehensive listing of who is broadcasting on a given frequency. The reader is also provided with clear guidance as to what is available to listen to and what should be avoided. When this first appeared in the Radio Today Ultimate Scanning Guide the CD caused a sensation and the new version is significant step forward. With an improved interface and lightening quick searching this is a boon to any scanning enthusiast. The software element of the CD contains a wide range of radio specific software. In addition scanning enthusiast Chris Lorek, G4HCL has provided a useful guide to scanning and what is available to be listened to.

Radio Today Ultimate Scanning Guide presents the frequency data in a new easy to use format that will please regular users and this combined with the new interface CD makes an unbeatable combination. If you are a long standing scanning enthusiast or new to the hobby then you will find this book a "must have" for your book shelf and the yardstick by which every other book in this field is judged.

 

Rated 1 out of 5 by from in the past I have used the 'UK scanning directory' from another publisher. Although this wasn't perfect (lots of out-of-date entries and incorrect listings), it was at least a decent guide as to what shop/store/service I was hearing and in which town it was based. This 'Ultimate Scanning Guide' from Radio Today is much, much worse. It contains only the licence information for each frequency, which means almost nothing. It does not tell me who is using the frequency or where they are, only the company that holds the licence for the radios. In fact, all this information is available free by just visiting the OFCOM site. The searchable database on the CD is exactly the same, once again telling us nothing of any real use.
Date published: 2014-11-11
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