PI CODES DBASE. (Download below)
This dbase was compiled from various sources, including several magazines
and the the Internet.
Special thanks to contributors Jan Alvestad, Ruud Brand,Silvius Dabis Balazs,
John Faulkner, P. Frühauf, Luigi Ghiringhelli, Olivier Guillaume, Mark Hattam,
Vesa Hienonen, Jan Hornyak, Ian Kelly, Jouni Keskinen, Jeff Kitching, Peter Kruse,
Harri Kujala, Bo-Kristian Lindqvist, Joerg Moeschler, Bo Nensén, John Nielsen,
Ingo Ortmann, Thomas Schröder, Andy Small, Harald Süss, Björn Tryba,
Andreas Wieckert, Peter Wilson and others from the BDXC, DXA,
EFMH, Reflexion, Skywaves etc.
The dbase was never intended to be complete or even 100% accurate.
Its only purpose is to assist FMDXers identifying DX stations with RDS data
they have been able to log.
Often the PI code is the only part of the RDS data that was logged.
Then the dbase can come in handy.
Of course it will still be necessary to use other sources to identify
your DX reception, sources such as the European FM Handbook.
As will be understood all HELP to improve or correct
this dbase will be highly appreciated!
As you will notice not all frequencies are given in this file.
If a station uses more than 3 frequencies for the specific PI code 'many'
is used in the frequency and transmitter sections.
The '?' entries mean I don't know this data and '-' means I haven't had time
to check this out. Again help is appreciated.
If you want to know more about RDS,
there are several interesting URLs to check out.
From May 2005 on Mark Pratt edits the Pi codes list.
!!IMPORTANT MESSAGE: THIS LIST IS FREE FOR PERSONAL AND HOBBY USE ONLY - NOT FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES - PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR FURTHER ENQUIRIES!!
Download PI codes dbase Excel Updated Thursday June 16, 2005.
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