Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Teak Publishing Releases The Milcom Files: The Spectrum Monitor Volume 3 (2020)


 Recent world events continue to draw many radio listeners into their radio shacks to tune in on the action using their shortwave radios. software-defined radios, and programmable VHF/UHF scanners. In many cases monitoring the HF/VHF/UHF radio spectrum offers the radio hobbyist an opportunity to hear what is really going on behind the scenes without the filters imposed by news media outlets.

 Most radio listeners quickly learn that when the world has a crisis, disaster or tensions rise between countries, the military will usually be the first organization called upon to intervene. It pays to monitor military frequencies when international events heat up. Monitoring the military can offer some of the most productive and rewarding listening you will ever experience using your radio. The good news is you do not have to live close to a military installation to hear these communications. But you do need to learn where and when to tune in military communications.

 Mention the words "Monitor the Military" and most radio hobbyists will immediately think of military air shows, military aircraft flybys or a whole host of other activities that can be heard via radio frequencies. There is a big radio frequency spectrum out there to monitor if you know where to listen, you can eavesdrop on some of the most fascinating radio communications you will hear on a scanner or shortwave radio.

 Larry Van Horn N5FPW, has been a radio hobbyist for more than 56 years listening to world events and monitoring military radio communications. He has spent over 39 years documenting activity in the military radio spectrum in his monthly Satellite, Utility World, and Milcom (Military Communications) columns in the pages of Monitoring Times, Satellite Times, and now The Spectrum Monitor magazines. During this time, he has published a treasure trove of military communication monitoring information.

 In 2017 Larry joined the Spectrum Monitor writing staff as he continues to chronicle military monitoring in his new monthly TSM Milcom column. Now for the first time, he is publishing all his monthly TSM Milcom columns (2017-2020) at Amazon in the Kindle eBook format.

 Teak Publishing is pleased to announce the release of their latest Kindle e-book -- The Milcom Files – The Spectrum Monitor Volume 3 (2020) by this Amazon bestselling author.

 This e-book incorporates the fourth year of his TSM Milcom columns written from January 2020 to December 2020. This fourth book in the series has more than 39.100 plus words, and 206 pages of frequencies, call signs, military base profiles, foreign military HF/VHF/UHF frequencies, airshow, and flight demonstration teams’ frequencies, detailed aeronautical frequency scans, beginner tips, and monitoring hints and tricks plus a lot more.

 Some of the many topics covered in this edition include: What is an EAM? UK RAF Base frequencies; Australian/New Zealand/Papua New Guinea Military HF frequencies; HF aeronautical off route band plans, various U.S. military base profiles, a profile on the U.S. Navy P8 aircraft and frequencies; 380-400 MHz LMR subband frequencies; US Navy FACSFAC, monitor military in the longwave frequencies; and airshow frequencies.

 If you are interested in monitoring military comms. own a scanner, shortwave radio, or have an Internet connection for web software-defined radio (SDR) monitoring, then the Milcom Files (TSM 2020) is a must reference for the radio reference library.

 You can find this edition of The Milcom Archives, along with all our titles currently available for purchase, on the Teak Publishing Web site at www.teakpublishing.com.

 The Milcom Files: The Spectrum Monitor Volume 3 (2020) e-Book (electronic book only, no print edition available) is available worldwide from Amazon and their various international websites at https://www.amazon.com/Milcom-Files-Spectrum-Monitor-ebook/dp/B08VF5PMTD/

 The price for this latest edition is US$4.99. Since this book is being released internationally, Amazon customers in the United Kingdom, Germany, France Spain, Italy, Japan, India, Canada, Brazil, Mexico and Australia can order this e-Book from Amazon websites directly servicing these countries. Customers in all other countries can use the regular Amazon.com website to purchase this e-Book.

 You can read any Kindle e-Book with Amazon’s ‘free’ reading apps on literally any electronic media platform. You do not have to own a Kindle reader from Amazon to read this e-book. There are Kindle apps available for iOS, Android, Mac, and PC platforms. You can find additional details on these apps by checking out this link to the Amazon website at https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/fd/kcp.