By Yoshinori Murakami
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AM Search displays a catalog of all US FCC licensed AM 540 kHz – 1700 kHz radio stations in the United States including area of Mexico and Canada.
(Note: Users CANNOT use this program to listen to Internet Radio. This program is specifically designed for hobbyists interested in AM radio stations DXing.)
- Users can enter their location or GPS coordinates and the program will show them the nearest AM radio stations’ frequencies and signal strengths.
- AM Search supports iOS's Map service.
- User can make a printout of the radio stations' Frequency Distance Chart to AirPrint Printer.
If you have any suggestions or feedback, let me know. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What's New in Version 12.0
Updated with January 2012 FCC data
Added Print function to AirPrint Printer
FM Search is available (US Only)
I have nothing negative to say. I listen for weak, DX AM broadcast stations and use the app to ID the station I'm hearing without having to wait for a station ID break. I can set the DX setting as far out or close as I want. I use this a LOT.
I love the app and use it almost nightly. It is easier than looking through my copy of WRTH. I would like to see day/night coverage maps, that would make the app 10x better
Up and running in minutes. Just what I was looking for! Now for a version that covers long wave NDBs please!