World Music Radio (WMR) commenced broadcasting on 15805 kHz on December 25th 2018 and has now been on the air daily (well almost) since then. Now today is the final day of daily broadcasting. As from tomorrow WMR will only be on the air on 15805 kHz Saturday and Sundays.
Broadcasting hours are 0700-2000 UTC and the power is only 0.2 kW making it a difficult – and irregular – catch. But the signal does get out. Right now (08 UTC) WMR can be heard in Russia (Ural and perhaps into Siberia) and in Southern Europe. In a couple of hours the signal can be picked up in Brazil and around 13-16 UTC good reception has been experienced almost daily in Eastern North America on 15805. Propagation after local sunset in Denmark is apparently rather ‘sketchy’. Only once the signal made a short skip propagation into Ireland and Western UK. Would be interesting to learn if the signal can be received – anywhere – after 16 or 17 UTC.
Reception reports are welcome to email@example.com and will usually be QSLed within a month.
Stig Hartvig Nielsen, World Music Radio, PO Box 112, DK-8960 Randers SØ, Denmark