shortwave broadcasting

shortwave broadcasting

[′shȯrt′wāv ′brȯd‚kast·iŋ]
(communications)
Radio broadcasting at frequencies in the range from about 1600 to 30,000 kilohertz, above the standard broadcast band.
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It was not enough to improve broadcasting standards at community stations that served a few privileged towns, but there were still serious questions about the viability of shortwave broadcasting as a means of communicating with all northerners, even just for a few hours each day.
For the purposes of its business, France Global Media is seeking a provider for shortwave broadcasting its programs RFI worldwide.
In the 2014 environment of social media and digital mobile technology, shortwave broadcasting has almost had its day, with even Radio Australia drastically cutting its services.
He developed radio broadcasting throughout the British Isles and installed the empire shortwave broadcasting service and the first regular highdefinition television service in the world (1936).
Using shortwave broadcasting, Otis said, the network can reach places where people not only lack cable TV, but also are beyond the reach of both AM and FM radio stations.
The WRMI staff has decades of experience in shortwave broadcasting.
A collateral effect of shortwave broadcasting is that the signals can actually reach all over the world as they bounce off of the ionosphere.
55 million contract by the United States Information Agency for the design, manufacture, installation, and testing of several high power shortwave broadcasting antennas.