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Uzbekistan DRM test March 20

UZBEKISTAN Red Telecom will do a DRM test on Wednesday Mar 20th from 1430-1500 UTC on 15640 kHz. Depending upon the result they may switch the frequency of the planned test on March 26th to a frequency in the 17 MHz range. (via Hans Johnson, DXLD)

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Media Broadcast Special #DRM Transmission

Media Broadcast from Nauen, Germany will conduct special DRM transmissions directed to the DRM General Assembly Meeting in Spain. Mar 26 and 27 10-11 UTC 13670 kHz with 50 or 100 kW at 210 degrees. Program will be The Mighty KBC, might include Journaline data as well.

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Shortwave Radiogram, 15-17 March 2019

Last weekend’s moving forward of the clocks in most of North America brings about some changes in Shortwave Radiogram broadcast times effective today and tomorrow. The WINB DRM transmitter on 13755 stays with UTC, so the Friday 1500 UTC DRM broadcast is one hour later by local time in North America. On the other hand, the WINB analog transmitter on …

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WINB Test Airing Data Programs

WINB will be test airing Slow Scan Radio at 1730-1800 UTC and another SSTV program, Franco HB9oab, from 2200-2215 UTC Saturday both on 9265 kHz analog shortwave. Reception reports wanted to or @SWWINB (via Hans Johnson)

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New RNZI DRM Schedule

RNZI’s DRM schedule is now: 1651-1750 5975 Sun-Fri 1751-1850 7330 Sun-Sat 1851-1958 9780 Sun-Fri Notice that they are on every day now from 1751-1850 and that they no longer have DRM 1951-2050, which had been on 11690 kHz (via Hans Johnson)

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Special DRM Broadcast from Uzbekistan – march 26th

There will be a special DRM transmission from Uzbekistan on March 26th from 1430-1530 UTC on 15640 kHz. This broadcast will be directed to the DRM General Assembly meeting in Spain. Details on programming to follow. There may be a test next week as well to check things out prior to this transmission. Their previous evening tests to Europe earlier …

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BBC trials live radio over 5G for rural areas that cannot normally get it

The BBC is testing live radio broadcasts over a 5G network as part of the 5G RuralFirst initiative. This could eventually result in people in rural areas, such as the far reaches of Scotland, being able to listen into BBC radio programming live, where they couldn’t because of a lack of traditional AM/FM or digital radio reception. The trial is …

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New WINB DRM Programs #drm #ISS #ARISS #SSTV

WINB with two new data programs: SlowScanRadio 1445-1500 UTC Fri 13755 kHz #DRM. HB9oab, Franco, in #SSTV PD120, same mode as #ISS and #ARISS 1500-1530 UTC Fri 13755 kHz DRM, 9265 kHz Sat 1830-1845 UTC, 2300-2315 UTC. Will QSL for reports to

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China Makes Its DRM Move

t appears as if China has jumped into Digital Radio Mondiale shortwave broadcasting with both feet. Some DRM infrastructure has been in place for over a decade, but up until recently had only been sporadically tested. Just over a year ago, China had no regular DRM presence. Today, it is the world’s largest DRM shortwave broadcaster. China operates the most …

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New Digital Programs on WINB

@SWWINB with two new data programs – @SlowScanRadio 1445-1500 UTC Fri 13755 kHz #DRM. HB9oab, Franco, in #SSTV PD120, same mode as #ISS and #ARISS 1500-1530 UTC Fri 13755 kHz DRM, 9265 kHz Sat 1830-1845 UTC, 2300-2315 UTC. Will QSL. The HB9OAB program in the Saturday afternoon slot replaces Shortwave Radiogram.

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UNID in DRM mode on 15120 kHz

UNID, probably Voice of Nigeria from 0900 on 15120 kHz in DRM mode update: DRM Radio Kuwait on 15109.7 & DRM Voice of Nigeria on 15119.9 — 73! Ivo Ivanov More information on the shortwave listening hobby, please visit to QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria Receiver: Afedri SDR Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection) Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas. QTH-2: …

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China’s becomes world’s largest DRM shortwave broadcaster

From having no regular DRM presence just a year ago, China has now become the world’s largest DRM shortwave broadcaster. It had some DRM infrastructure in place for over a decade, which had only been sporadically tested so far. Today, China operates the most DRM transmitters in this band and has the most extensive schedule. The initial broadcasts started in …

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