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B17
of January 11th - 0030 UTC,  A18 of January 16th - 2330 UTC






 

B17 Frequency Lists and Lookup Tables for PERSEUS SDR

ILG Info

B17 Databases

The ultimate Source for the HF Planning and HF Frequency Management

Last update of ILG data files:  January 11th 2018 (0030 UTC)

Perseus HF Receiver Software with Spectrum Mode in use with ILGRadio Data

The Problem with PERSEUS SDR seems to be the PC Memory because the size and the numbers of files of the databases are quite limited.
PERSEUS SDR is a high tec receiver but the databases to run it perfectly (to display the exact stations in the monitor window) are looking like ILG Database structure of the year of 1985 with PC Memory Space/Floppy of 160 KB and this is more than 30 years ago. It is like to drive an Audi A6 Quattro car with wooden wheels on a German Highway (Autobahn) !!!


ATTENTION:
3 or 4 Userlist files are to big for PERSEUS SDR software !
Use at all only 2 files, e.g. hfcc.txt  and userlist1.txt

 
The small window on right side gives e.g. name of station, location with code and full name in brackets, ITU country code and power in kW. These data can be displayed if special files (2 versions below) of ILGRadio data are stored into your PERSEUS software directory. 


Display for Userlist1 Broadcasting Band 9820 kHz
1. ILG in Text format (Userlist1.txt Structure) with 38774 data sets
   All  stations between 2 - 30 MHz with DISPLAY:
                Time in UTC, Radio Station (5), Days, ITU-Country Code, Language (3), Power in kW / Azimuth in degree
     Usual abbreviations are in use and days are given as 1 = Monday ... 7 = Sunday, "-------" = daily
     Link here to click   (file name userlist1.zip with userlist1.txt)
  
    This files cannot be used with a further "userlis2.txt" in PERSEUS directory and must be use as a single huge size userlist !!!
     Due to memory problems (ILGRadio database is too big) with PERSEUS software to use two userlist files 

2. ILGRadio in Text format (Userlist2.txt Structure) with 38774 data sets
   All stations between 2 - 30 MHz including exact Frequencies with Decimal Point
    with DISPLAY:
    Time UTC, Station Name, Days, Power kW, Location, ITU Country Code, Language, Frequency kHz
     Usual abbreviations are in use and days are given as 1 = Monday ... 7 = Sunday, "-------" = daily
     Link here to click   (file name userlist2.zip with userlist2.txt)
 

3. ILG in Text format for PERSEUS SDR (hfcc.txt Structure) with 16740 data sets
    All  broadcasting stations only between 2 - 30 MHz with DISPLAY:
                Time in UTC, Station Name, Location, Longitude, Latitude, Power in kW
     Usual abbreviations are in use and days are given as 7 = Sunday ... 6 = Saturday
 
     Link here to click   (file name hfcc-perseus.zip with hfcc.txt, site.txt and broadcas.txt, admin.txt)

Available files only for HFCC.TXT use:  
site.txt          (sets limited to 999 entries to avaoid display problems)
broadcas.txt         (560 sets in use - maximum 999 entries)

Display for Userlist2 broadcasting Broadcasting Band 9820 kHz
 

 
4. ILG in Text format for PERSEUS SDR (userlist3.txt Structure) with 37438 data sets
    All  stations between 2 - 30 MHz with DISPLAY:
                Time in UTC, Station Name (short name), frequency in khz with 1x decimal place, ITU country code, type of signal or language, monitoring date (year month)
  
     Link here to click   (file name userlist3.zip) file name must be renamed to Userlist1 to use with PERSEUS SDR
 


Used Abbreviations for Languages (Userlist1) with 3 digit space.
-  First 3 Digits of Language Name of Broadcasting Stations
-  Special Abbreviations for Non-Broadcasting Stations:
 ALE = ALE ...  M12 = MPSK12 ...
 ARQ = ARQ ...  MET = VOICE METEO/WEATHER
 BEA = BEACON  MWA = MWARA ...
 COD = CODES  OFD = OFDM MODEM
 CW  = MORSE  PAC = PACTOR ...
 DSC = DISTRESS CALLS ...  RAD = OVER-HORIZON-RADAR
 EMA = EMAIL  RDA = RDARA
 FAX = FAX  S42 = STANAG 8285
 FSK = FSK ...  S44 = STANAG 4481
 HFD = HFDL ARINC ...  SIT = SITOR ...
 JP8 = MFSK 8-TONES  T60 = T600 ...
 L11 = LINK 11  TIM = TIME SIGNALS
 LDO = LDOC ...  TLX = TELEX
   WEN = WarmEnd
   WUP = WarmUp