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The links below are to actual shortwave radios that you can tune and listen to via the Web! To do so, you will need a Java-enabled browser such as version 3.0 or later of Netscape or Internet Explorer. You will also need to allow time for the Java applet to download if you click on any of the links below.

DXTuners (was Javaradio) - live, real time, streaming radio from around the world.

Original Web-controlled Shortwave Radio. A Drake R8 receiver located in Virginia.

Random Access Labs. Kachina 505DSP and TEN-TEC RX-320 receivers with RF Systems SP2 splitter monitoring from Canastota, NY.


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