Of course, I don't spend all of my time on egrabow.com... there are many great websites out there with interesting content, great designs, useful resources... throw in a few of my co-workers sites, YouTube channels, and "must visits," and you get a pretty good idea of how I roll on 'net.
As you can see, I tapped deep into my road geekiness for the design of these pages.
A good primer for the various forms of DXing. Some articles have become dated, though.
Look up any AM or FM radio station in the country, includes contour maps (I **LOVE** CONTOUR MAPS!)
What DTV stations are available in your city? Includes glorious contour maps!
Enter your zip code and get lots of info on your local DTV stations.
A good site to monitor during the summer. Helps track E-Skip.
Forecast tropo conditions. Maintained by Bill Hepburn.
A link to the world of numbers stations. If you have seen "Behind The Static 2," I recommend this as a follow up.
A club for TV and FM DXers. I've been a member since 1999.
The forum site for the WTFDA. See screenshots and clips of our DX catches.
An interesting site by Mike Bugaj in Connecticut.
Pan around the planet Earth and hear its myriad radio stations pop in and out as you go.
Did I mention I love signal contour maps?! Now I can get them for hypothetical stations too! Mwu ha ha ha ha ha!
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