The largest and unique short wave database in the world covering all Broadcasting and UTILITY Stations 1.6-30 MHz along with the last monitoring date and many further details
ILGRadio  since 1983 the whole short wave spectrum in one hand
B22 updates now on a DAILY basis: last upload December 3rd 2022 (2340 UTC)

Monitored and verified data: January ... December 2022: 26031, Year 2021:  11650 data entries, more details here STATISTICS
New web pages available: Explaining ILGRadio Data Fields and The Signal Types of the ILGRadio Database

Welcome to ILGRadio

The number ONE short wave database, second to none, none is more up-to-date...
ILGRadio the most comprehensive short wave database of broadcasting & UTILITY with unique highlights:
precise schedules, technical data, transmitter site position, graphical diagram "Times by Lines", last monitoring data infos

B22 Season - December 2022

ILGRadio Frequency Databases available with various file
formats uploaded since September on a daily basis

Your DAILY Database of Broadcasting & UTILITY

Latest release now with approx. 84000 data sets (A version)
Look for improved new Structure and here on the Download page

ILG database files are based on the ILG master database with more than 150 000 data sets of which each year approx. 20 000
will be completely replaced. In this huge database with 100 data fields all monitoring observations are included in two data fields.
Here are approx. 2 000 000 monitoring observations included which will be updated on a nearly daily basis and this allows to prepare
the operational transmissions hours of the UTILITY stations in ILG.
The source of broadcasting schedules is based on direct contacts to the stations or deep-in monitoring if no schedules are available.
No "Copy & Paste" is made, e.g. a copy from the HFCC database.
ILGRadio is based on the professional ILG Database and therefore all those who lie and cheat in the HFCC with fake registrations are exposed.
This all gives the most up-to-date and comprehensive database of the world...  
Why the bandscans are made:
- to check what is on air as listed in official schedules and HFCC requirements
- to check clear the HF channels
- to check the wooden entries of requirements of the HFCC database
- to check and monitor JAMMING transmissions not listed in HFCC/ITU databases
- to check for transmitter errors (tuning, intermodulation, harmonic,...)
- to check non-broadcasting invaders (UTILITY stations in broadcasting bands)
- to check UTILITY transmissions (non-broadcasting) if on air or not active
- to check the own ILG data for errors

Facts that confirm the High Quality of this Database

FINAL A22 STATISTIC ("A" version 82444 sets Broadcasting/UTILITY) of October 27th 2022:
Data of monitoring given in Data Field  YEAR  e.g. "2208" = received in August 2022...
Transmissions effective until August 21st 2022 deleted and not included here !

monitored during October  2022:  3487 data entries  (705 listed not received)
monitored during September  2022:  3175 data entries
monitored during August 2022:  8226 data entries  (main seasonal monitoring month)
monitored during July  2022:  757 data entries
monitored during June  2022:  1409 data entries
monitored during May  2131:  1624 data entries
monitored during April  2022:  1390 data entries
monitored during March  2022:  1380 data entries
monitored during February  2022:  1430 data entries
monitored during January  2022:  1818 data entries

monitored during year 2021:   11870 data entries
monitored during year 2020:   10301 data entries
monitored during year 2019:    7098 data entries
monitored during year 2018:    7395 data entries
monitored during year 2017:    4616 data entries
monitored during year 2016:    3702 data entries
monitored during year 2015:    2805 data entries
monitored during year 2014:    1637 data entries
monitored during year 2013:     727 data entries
monitored during year 2012:     598 data entries
Old monitoring dates will be always overwritten by latest observations, "old" entries not currently observed but still valid !
Broadcasting monitoring dates of former B21 season were all deleted and will be completely monitored again during A22 season !!!

Database modification with extended structure and more content effective September 1st 2019

    ILG´s Milestones in Short Wave Publishing

    - first database including complete frequency schedules
    - first database with graphical diagram "Times by Lines" with language info
    - first database inluding technical details of all broadcasting stations
    - first database with nearly all verified data by monitoring during the season
    - first database giving broadcasting times of all ULTILTY stations
    - first database inluding monitoring dates for nearly all database entries


These ILGRadio Databases are provided to promote and advance the hobbie of Short Wave Radio Listening and Monitoring with accurate details of stations broadcasting between 1.6 to 30 MHz.

ILGRadio's Philosophy
- see what you receive in ILG´s Graphical Diagram
- tune in to the very precise frequencies
- explore when broadcast was monitored last time
- search your favorites within latest schedules
- identify transmissions you tune in immediately
- run your PERSEUS SDR display like an RDS radio
- do not waste time with fake schedules of others
- you will not find HFCC/ITU schedule grave yards
- download latest updates on a regular time
- pay a fair acceptable low rate for a year

ILGRadio is available for a very small amount of money as a recognition for all the work for investigation and trouble.
That´s why there is the wish that your access data were NOT given to other persons, who paid for nothing. Please accept this.
If you would use ILGRadio for your professional job, please pay the higher price or more. Many thanks !

The whole short wave spectrum in one hand:
The master source for serious short wave listeners:
- the most up-to-date database in the world
- broadcasting or UTILITY stations - everything is here
- accurate in its detail
- entries checked by regular bandscans
- you can identify nearly each signal at once
- easy to handle and to read
- various formats for popular receiver software available
- absolute low in price
- test it out to talk about