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Unique Radio off air till further notice due to technical issues

Unique Radio 5045 KHz and 3210 KHz Gunnedah NSW will be off air due to several technical issues. Faults in the antenna and also a fault in the DC power supply to the transmitter have made it necessary to go off air for a while. These will be fixed as time permits and also will let you know when coming …

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World Music Radio: antenna direction change

For the past few weeks World Music Radio has been broadcasting on 15805 kHz with 200 W every Saturday and Sunday at 07-20 UTC beamed north from Randers, Denmark, in other words towards Northern Scandinavia, Western North America and Japan. Signal strength has been excellent in Northern Scandinavia and the signal has also been audible in Japan (from around local …

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Amended A19 Schedules Update PDF just issued

An amended pdf update to the A19 schedules can now be downloaded from the International updates link on this page: Free but donations appreciated.

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Atlantic 2000 International: Radio Andorra special program

Atlantic 2000 International will be on air on 6070 kHz via Rohrbach, Germany, Saturday 10 of August 0800-0900 and and Sunday 11 of August 1900-2000 UTC. “We will be on the air on August 10th and 11th : Radio Andorra was a legendary radio station, transmitting on mediumwave and shortwave from 1939 to 1981, from the Principality of Andorra, a …

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Last FRS broadcast bad propagation

Last Sunday’s FRS broadcast suffered from instable propagation conditions. Some might have enjoyed good reception whereas others’ reception was poor. It is commonly known that SW conditions have been poor. Not only during daytime but also sometimes during evening. Last Sunday we were received in Cyprus and Mexico (not via SDR) while reception in areas where 7700 is almost always satisfactory, was poor. Apart from …

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Radio Joystick and Scandinavian Weekend Radio on air this weekend

AUSTRIA, Radio Joystick, The Charlie-Prince Show, Moosbrunn, will be on air Sunday August 4 at 1000 UTC, like all first Sunday of the month on 7330 kHz: “Since 2013 we broadcast via Media Broadcast. The transmitters are located in the small town of Moosbrunn near Vienna, broadcasting our shows on every first Sunday of each month at 12:00 h …

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VOA launches Rohingya language program

Today the Voice of America’s Bangla language service started a five-day-a-week radio show in Rohingya, the language spoken by Muslim refugees that have fled Myanmar. More than 800,000 people have taken refuge at the Kutupalong camp, one of the world’s largest refugee camps at the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. Titled Lifeline, the 30-minute radio show, is available through short and medium wave …

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FRS on air Sunday evening July 28th

On Sunday July 28th, the Free Radio Service Holland will be on with the first of two Summer evening broadcasts. Similar to what we have done in the past few years, thematic programmes will be aired. Programmes will commence at 16:52 UTC/ 18:52 CEST and will last four hours. Close down will be at 21:00 UTC/ 23:00 CEST.  Attention: most …

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World Music Radio on even frequency

World Music Radio (WMR) is broadcasting with 100 W only – not 8 kW – on 5840 kHz from Randers, Denmark – 24 hours 7 days a week – using an inverted V aerial. It was way back in 2004-05 that WMR was broadcasting with 7 kW (from Karup, Denmark) Please 🙂 I’ve adjusted the frequency 8 Hz up, so …

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Sentech Shuts Meyerton Shortwave Site

South Africa-based public broadcast signal distributor, Sentech, shutdown its shortwave station in Meyerton at the end of March. The closure was planned and follows years of financial losses. The state built Meyerton decades ago and in the post-apartheid era and operated it as a brokered station for both international and South African customers. As a result of the termination, Channel …

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Hannover Maker Faire 2019 special mediumwave broadcast

On the occasion of the big maker meeting in Hanover from 17 to 18 August, radio amateurs from OV Hannover (H13) will activate a medium wave transmitter as part of an event radio. With the approval of the responsible state media agency and Federal Network Agency, it works on 828 kHz with 100 mW ERP. The content is planned to …

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Wolfgang Bueschel: Tibet observations

CHINA [TIBET] old Lhasa Tibet site, probably 29 30 07 N 90 59 00 E 30 km distance away – new site at 29 38 54 N 91 14 53 E Lhasa-Baiding # 602 site 594 1134 1377 kHz 300 kW SW 13 x 100 kW, curtains, also NVIS skywave fountain mountain type antennas visible. Checked on remote unit in …

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