The links and buttons at the top of these pages will take you to the various sections in this website. You can download copies of some of our many useful information files from the various sections, which includes such publications as the Abbreviations List, the NDB List Country List, and the NDB Publications List, which will help you to get started if you are new to the hobby.
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The NDB List, DGPS List, DSC List and the NavtexDX Lists

We have four groups, each specialising in certain aspects of the radio hobby. The NDB List covers all kinds of radiobeacons, from Non-Directional Beacons (NDBs), Ham Propagation Beacons and even the VOR Systems used by many aircraft, in fact just about any sort of beacon that uses CW (Morse) identification codes. The DGPS List covers datamodes such as the ones used by DGPS Beacons, but also covers Time Signal Stations, WeatherFAX and LORAN reception as well. The DSC List covers the GMDSS DSC mode, and the NavtexDX groups covers the NAVTEX and NBDP systems used by many mariners. Below you will find links to each of these groups where you can sign up for the ones that you are interestd in. You might well wonder why we don’t just include them all in one very large group, but imagine you were only interested in just one of those modes, and think how many unwanted posts you would have to plough through to find the ones you wanted, we think that smaller and more specialist is the best way to deal with this problem, and of course you can subscribe to all of them if you prefer and we won’t mind a bit! :-)

Join the NDB List

The NDB List was formed in November 1998 to cater for European NDB enthusiasts, but has now grown to a worldwide membership covering all parts of the world. Please note that this group is privately owned, but it is also a very friendly and well behaved group, and although we're not elitist we do take the security of our members very seriously, so if you are a troll, flamer or spammer don't bother to apply, you will definitely not be welcomed or tolerated here. To join the group, or to find out more visit the Groups.io page at: https://groups.io/g/ndblist

Join the NAVTEX DX Group

This specialist group covers the NAVTEX mode exclusively for those with an interest in this subject. The group members monitor long distance transmissions on both longwave (490.0 & 518.0 kHz) and shortwave (4209.5 & HF NDBP). NAVTEX transmissions consist of navigational and meteorological warnings and forecasts, as well as urgent maritime safety information for ships.

Our Groups

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To join the group or find out more visit the Groups.io page at: https://groups.io/g/navtexdx

Join the DGPS List

This specialist group mainly covers the DGPS mode, but we also include other exotic modes such as LORAN, Time Signals and Weather Fax subjects as well. The International DGPS band covers frequencies between 283.5 and 325 kHz, and can be decoded using programs such as 'DSCdecoder, Amalgamated DGPS, Multipsk and Spectrum Lab (plus a few others as well).

Join the DSC List

This is another increasingly popular mode which now has its very own specialist group which is totally dedicated to it, and with a great programs such as the excellent 'YaDD', decoding these signals has never been easier, and more and more people are discovering the fun of monitoring these signals on the various MF, HF and VHF Bands (2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16 & 156 MHz etc.) every day.
To join the group or find out more visit the Groups.io page at: https://groups.io/g/dgpslist
To join the group, or to find out more visit the Groups.io page at: https://groups.io/g/dsc-list
NOTE# - We have had a number of people joining the groups just to download a copy of the 'YaDD' or ‘YaND’ programs and then instantly unsubscribing, this is unnecessary and wastes the Moderators' time, as both programs can be downloaded from the ‘Datamodes’ page on this website.
The links and buttons on this page will take you to the various sections in this website, and new members of any of our groups can download copies of some of our many useful information files from the various sections, which includes such publications as the Abbreviations List, the NDB List Country List, the NDB Publications List and the CLE Guide.
© ndblist 2022

The NDB List, DGPS List, DSC List and the NavtexDX

Lists

We have four groups, each specialising in certain aspects of the radio hobby. The NDB List covers all kinds of radiobeacons, from Non-Directional Beacons (NDBs), Ham Propagation Beacons and even the VOR Systems used by many aircraft, in fact just about any sort of beacon that uses CW (Morse) identification codes. The DGPS List covers datamodes such as the ones used by DGPS Beacons, but also covers Time Signal Stations, WeatherFAX and LORAN reception as well. The DSC List covers the GMDSS DSC mode, and the NavtexDX groups covers the NAVTEX and NBDP systems used by many mariners. Below you will find links to each of these groups where you can sign up for the ones that you are interestd in. You might well wonder why we don’t just include them all in one very large group, but imagine you were only interested in just one of those modes, and think how many unwanted posts you would have to plough through to find the ones you wanted, we think that smaller and more specialist is the best way to deal with this problem, and of course you can subscribe to all of them if you prefer and we won’t mind a bit! :-)

Join the NDB List

The NDB List was formed in November 1998 to cater for European NDB enthusiasts, but has now grown to a worldwide membership covering all parts of the world. Please note that this group is privately owned, but it is also a very friendly and well behaved group, and although we're not elitist we do take the security of our members very seriously, so if you are a troll, flamer or spammer don't bother to apply, you will definitely not be welcomed or tolerated here. To join the group, or to find out more visit the Groups.io page at: https://groups.io/g/ndblist

Join the NAVTEX DX Group

This specialist group covers the NAVTEX mode exclusively for those with an interest in this subject. The group members monitor long distance transmissions on both longwave (490.0 & 518.0 kHz) and shortwave (4209.5 & HF NDBP). NAVTEX transmissions consist of navigational and meteorological warnings and forecasts, as well as urgent maritime safety information for ships.

Our Groups

NDBlist.info