By this co-operation, suggested by Finnish DXers, FM radio station log details are transferred as spots to DX-Sherlock. DX-Sherlock uses the data for MUF calculation and map display. The log details are transmitted automatically and in real time, as soon as a log is entered in the myFM logbook.
On behalf of FMLIST, I'd like to thank Gabriel EA6VQ for establishing the interface so quickly. I am sure users of DX-Sherlock will benefit from the FM radio logs, which close the big gap between 50 and 144 MHz. This is just one more reason to use DX-Sherlock and FMLIST/myFM
for FM radio logs.
FMLIST (http://www.fmlist.org) is a worldwide radio station database initiated by the UKW/TV-Arbeitskreis of the AGDX. It contains technical data of FM radio stations in the frequency range 65 to 108 MHz. FMLIST helps FM DXers to identify stations and to keep logbooks and bandscans. FMLIST is a non-commercial, open project.
(Günter Lorenz )