British DX Club – http://www.bdxc.org.uk/dxprog.htm
World of Radio – http://www.worldofradio.com/dxpgms.html
World of Radio – Station Hitlist – http://www.w4uvh.net/hitlist.htm
Worldwide DX Club [PDF] – http://www.wwdxc.de/swl.pdf

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http://www1.s2.starcat.ne.jp/ndxc/ – schedules updated almost every day.
http://eibispace.de/ – schedules sorted by Time, Frequency and a CSV format version.
http://www.hfcc.org/data/index.phtml – HFCC seasonal schedules, most recent at the bottom.
http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/swskeds – Yahoo group for a combined listing of the above
http://www.hfcc.org/schedule/ – HFCC Online enquiry facility
http://www.primetimeshortwave.com/ – Text schedules for English language SW transmissions
http://qrg.globaltuners.com/ – Global Frequency Database
http://www.shortwave.am – Online display with maps and long path
http://www.mwlist.org – Database of LW, MW and Tropical bands stations
http://www.short-wave.info/ – Database of short wave broadcasts
http://qrzcq.com/page/swl – Search for shortwave broadcasters in the HFCC database
http://www.dswci.org/dbs/ – DSWCI Domestic Broadcasting Survey
http://www.dswci.org/tbmonitor/ – DSWCI Tropical Bands Monitor

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Frequency Manager Suite is a plugin for SDR# that provides  a full-featured frequency management tool permitting you to edit and browse frequencies and to scan ranges of frequencies or groups of frequencies that you define. There are also versions for SDR Console 2.x and 3.x and for SDRuno v1.x you can download it from http://www.freqmgrsuite.com/

mdsr

The MDSR software performs all of the demodulation, filtering (both radio frequency and audio frequency), signal enhancement (equalization and binaural presentation). Uses include every common amateur modulation: morse code, single sideband modulation, frequency modulation, amplitude modulation, and a variety of digital modes such as radioteletype, slow-scan television, and packet radio. Amateurs also experiment with new modulation methods: for instance, the DREAM open-source project decodes the COFDM technique used by Digital Radio Mondiale and compatible stations.

Downloadable from http://users.skynet.be/myspace/mdsr/downloads.htm