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BBC Antarctic midwinter broadcast frequencies

An email from BBC WS Audience Relations has confirmed the frequencies for tomorrow’s (21 June) midwinter bcast to BAS staff in Antarctica at 2130 UTC are: 5875 7360 9455 Alan Pennington British DX Club

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Eton Elite Satellit, in pre-order on universal-radio.com

The Eton Elite Satellit is simply the finest full-sized portable in the world. The Elite Satellit is an elegant confluence of performance, features and capabilities. The look, feel and finish of this radio is superb. The solid, quality feel is second to none. The digitally synthesized, dual conversion shortwave tuner covers all long wave, mediums wave (AM) and shortwave frequencies. …

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20th anniversary of Ohtakadoya-yama LF station

Ohtakadoya-yama LFStandard Time and Frequency Transmission Station celebrates the 20th anniversary this year. It is our pleasure to have transmitted LF40kHz signals for 20 years and contributed to many users. We also thank for reception reports from many users all over the world. We will issue the commemorative cards as follows. Reporting period: Jun. 10, 2019 to Dec. 31, 2019 …

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Radio Verdad Guatemala again on air

I have good news: Radio Truth is on the air with full power. After some checking, I decided to start transmitter. When I put power on, there happened a strong explosion on Module B, but transmitter went on the air with 300 watts power. Then I installed a spare Module, and it came on t6he air with full power. I …

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SABC total blackout warning

The SABC is facing a serious financial crisis which forced it to make a difficult decision at the end of May – pay salaries or pay municipal bills. This is according to a Sunday Times report, which said the state broadcaster opted to pay salaries, meaning it now owes the City of Johannesburg more than R13.5 million. This decision did …

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Radio Verdad off on shortwave

We may be off air for several weeks. I attempted to put on the air a small transceiver today, but it didn´t work. We have to wait until Ralph Borthwick is able to come to Guatemala. May God be with you. Édgar Madrid Radio Truth Chiquimula, Guatemala, C. A.

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Radio for Peace International via WRMI

Radio for Peace International is being reactivated, although the new RFPI is not related to the old one in Costa Rica. We will emit in Short Wave on WRMI on frequencies of 15770 kHz on Friday at 2000-2100 UTC for the Maghreb, 9395 kHz on Saturday at 2000-2100 hours Eastern Time in North America (0000-0100 UTC Sunday), and on 6070 …

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SAQ Grimeton Transmission on June 30th, 2019

The Alexander association is greeting all visitors welcome to the Alexanderson Day , Sunday June 30th, 2019 between 10 am and 4 pm. This year we will try to do two transmissions with the SAQ transmitter during the day. Detailed transmission information to follow shortly. Here is the programme for the day, with reservation for changes: All Day Fixed schedule …

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Cooks to end AM radio link to outer islands

The mast at Matavera, built with New Zealand aid money many years ago to provide a signal to the outer islands, is rusted through in parts and in danger of collapsing. Pupils from an adjacent school have been moved to ensure their safety, while plans are made for the dismantling. In a statement the CIIC said with the rollout of …

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WMR hit by lightning – 5840 off air

Yesterday WMR was hit by a lightning strike and the signal put off. Streaming is now back at www.wmr.radio 🙂 But the shortwave signal on 5840 kHz remains off air. Hopefully the transmitter can be repaired soon. (World Music Radio (Denmark) on Facebook, 13 June)

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WBCQ test, 150 kw on 9330 kHz

Testing at 150kw last night on 9330khz. Heard everywhere. Thanks for all the reports. More testing today. Don’t forget the other great programming on 7490khz and 5130khz- classic WBCQ. Your worldwide free speech station. (@AllanWBCQ on Twitter)

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Scoperto un ‘ponte radio’ cosmico, come un’aurora

Un ‘ponte radio’ unisce due ammassi di galassie destinati a scontrarsi: si tratta di un campo magnetico che emette onde radio ed è il primo fenomeno del genere mai osservato. Lo ha descritto sulla rivista Science il gruppo dell’Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (Inaf) coordinato da Federica Govoni. E’ una scoperta che sfida le attuali teorie sul comportamento delle particelle nello …

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