Cap’n and Mr. Turkey spin Christmas tunes on Channel292 on Christmas Day 2019

Don’t forget to listen to Cap’n and Mr. Turkey spin Christmas tunes on Channel292 on Christmas Day. 1400 and 2100 UTC on 6070 and 7440 kHz.

A special limited edition eQSL will be available for detailed, correct reception reports to

Audio clips will be appreciated so we can hear what we sound like at your location

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Klingenfuss News 2019

Dear friends,

we’re now working on our new products

– 2020 Shortwave Frequency Guide
– 2020 Super Frequency List on CD
– 2020 Frequency Database for the Perseus LF-HF Software-Defined
– Supplement January 2020 to the 2019/2020 Guide to Utility Radio

to be published on 10 December 2019.

Full-resolution title page graphics can be found at and and

If you are able to supply additional new frequencies and stations,
your cooperation would be highly appreciated. Please let us have your
data by 25 October 2019.

The printed Supplement, with 700+ new frequencies and stations
monitored throughout 2019, will be attached free to all copies of the
2019/2020 Guide to Utility Radio Stations sold after 1 January 2020.
Those customers that did acquire the 2019/2020 Guide to Utility Radio
Stations before that date may download the pertinent .PDF file free
from our website, after 1 January 2020.

Says Howard E Michel WB2ITX, Chief Executive Officer of the American
Radio Relay League, in QST September 2019: “Kiwi-SDR … the
blending of modern, low-cost open-source computer hardware and
software with ham radio … This technology is accessible to
virtually everyone, everywhere.” More than 460 free receivers
worldwide are currently linked e.g. on! Our article “Internet-
controlled SDRs”, focusing on the reception of fascinating HF utility
radio stations, is available at .

HF is dead! Really? We’ve been told so … for 52 years ;-))) Anyway,
the brandnew HFDL station in South Korea is extremely busy – 24/7 on
8 frequencies – since 27 March 2019 … More than 800 new digital
data decoder screenshots will be published on our 2020 Super
Frequency List on CD … To be continued!

The incessantly updated product Digital Data Decoder Screenshots on
USB Stick now covers more than 17,700 (seventeen thousand seven
hundred!) screenshots from 1997 to today. Feed your PC or Tablet with
this data, and the “slide show” will keep you busy for a few days –
or weeks!

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I have just recorded some test transmission announcements for a brand new LEGAL shortwave radio station which will commence test transmissions on 1st August. This station is fully licenced and is not a pirate. Full details will be announced by the station operators shortly prior to the launch of full programming. The signal should be audible throughout most of north western Europe and the UK/Ireland.
Test transmission details:
6160 kHz / Monday to Saturday / 10:00-12:00 / 14:00-16:00 / 18:00-20:00 UTC
3975 kHz / Monday to Saturday / 12:00-14:00 / 16:00-18:00 / 20:00-22:00 UTC
Test-period: August 1st to October 29th, 2017
Reception reports are welcome to or

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MFSK32 data test 6070 Khz 17/21 Utc 23rd of February 2016

Am Dienstag, 23. Februar, auf 6070 kHz um 18.00 und 21.00 Uhr MEZ ein Test-Radio-Amateur-Programm in MFSK32.
Wer es empfangen und dekodieren kann, bitte Empfangsberichte schicken!

On Tuesday, Febr. 23rd, on 6070 kHz at 17.00 and 20.00 UTC a test with a Ham-Radio program in MFSK32.
If you can receive an decode it, please send a reception report!

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Kind regards
Rainer Ebeling

Radio Channel 292
Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 1

Zuteilungsnummer der Rundfunklizenz:
BNA 01 95 8482

Tel: +49 8442 – 95 39 01
Fax: +49 8442 – 95 48 93

Special EDXC Broadcast 5-7 December 2015

Special EDXC Broadcast 5-7 December
Rhein-Main-Radio-Club will be broadcasting on shortwave about EDXC – Conference at St.Petersburg. Special QSL-Card for reception reports to RMRC or by post Rhein-Main-Radio-Club e.V. , Postfach 700849, 60558 Frankfurt, Germany.
Via Lithuania:
5 December 0800-0900 on 11690 to Asia (Japan) in English
5 December 0900-1000 on 11690 to Russia in Russian.
5 December at 2200-2300 on 11580 may be audible in Europe
6 December at 0100-0200 on 11580 may be audible in Europe
6 December at 2300-0000 on 5850 to North America
6 December at 0500-0600 on 9955 to Caribbean and Latin America
7 December at 2100-2200 on 7570 to North America. This may also be audible in Europe.
7 December at 2100-2200 on 15770 to Europe and North America. (DX-clusive via Lehtinen)
(DX-Window No. 542, Danish Shortwave Club International)


Yessiree. There are a few DXers out there who in the pursuit of a QSL have the gall to fabricate a reception report. The phenomenon, if it can be called that, is nothing new. It is as old as radio itself.
Why address the subject? Well, a few days back a fellow DXer and free-radio operator called it to my attention. He informed me of an individual who, apparently after reading my blog entry for his station, decided to pass off a reception report as his own. The station alerted me and promptly asked the guy to submit an audio file of the transmission. Guess what? He couldn’t produce it.
Wait a minute! He could have sourced the Internet for an audio file and produced a sample, right? It does happen. I actually had one young man do just that. He submitted a file of WWV and CHU on frequencies for times normally not received in his quarter, yet he tried to pass it off as genuine. How did I know it was fake, aside from the obvious physics? The audio file — stolen from a fellow radio listener — still had the original Box or Soundcloud name attached to it.
Even with the advent of remote web-receivers some DXers attempt to pass off the remote RX location as their home RX location. A diligent station engineer/operator will immediately recognise this for what it is — a bogus or less than accurate report. Why hide the obvious fact? There is no shame in stating the actual RX location, even if it is remotely observed. Simply keep one’s home and remote QSLs in separate categories. Be honest.
Now, it is possible to submit a reception report to a station, honestly believing it is a particular broadcaster. The time, frequency and language of the broadcaster all seem to be the station. Unfortunately after either submitting a report or further listening, usually days later, one discovers the error. It happens. I have done it more than a few times myself over the decades. Yet, I will fess up and duly note my error.
Folks, honesty is more priceless than any QSL, however prized it may be. No DX contest for X number of stations, X number of countries is worth sacrificing one’s integrity. Be patient and diligent in DXing. It’s like fishing. It takes time, calculation and patience. And the results are far more rewarding when one knows it was a genuine catch.
Happy DXing!!!

Nord AM 21 September 2014

Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde,

die Sommerpause ist vorbei und wir haben uns gut erholt – was auch für
die Frequenzen gilt, auf denen wir unseren Lärm verbreitet haben. Das
geht jetzt wieder los. NordAM ist wieder da! Heißa! Betreutes Senden par
excellence. Am kommenden Sonntag den 21.09.2014 hier:

15:00-16:30 auf 6005 und 7310 kHz sowie als Wiederholung um
22:00-23:30 auf 3985 kHz.
(Diese Zeitangaben sind in deutscher Zeit / MESZ, entsprechen also 1300
und 2000 UTC-Weltzeit.)

Zur selben Zeit läuft unsere “Sendung” auch im Livestream auf Den genauen Link findet ihr dann auf unserer

Feedback und Empfangsberichte sind natürlich gern gesehen: Am besten per
E-Mail an Unsere gedruckte QSL-Karte gibt
es allerdings nur für Hörer, die uns auf Kurzwelle gehört haben (und
nicht via Stream oder WebSDR). Ein bisschen Belohnung & Exklusivität
muss schon sein. Alle anderen dürfen sich über ein virtuelles Dankeschön
Alles möglich gemacht durch flinke Hände am Sender Kall-Krekel bzw. die
Jungs von Knallerfirma, das!

Wir freuen uns auf unser kleines Rendezvous im Äther und verbleiben,
Torben & Daniel.

///////// And here’s everything you need to know about us in English:
We’re back. Yep. Tune in on Sunday, September 21, 2014:

1300-1430 UTC: 6005 kHz and 7310 kHz
2000-2130 UTC: 3985 kHz
and online at (a direct player link will be provided at

We look forward to hearing from you! Send us your thoughts and reception reports. But please note that only those can receive printed QSL cards who actually listened to us on shortwaves and not via WebSDR or live-stream. Reports and comments may be sent to nordam @

As always, this transmission will be made possible by They’re great and their transmitting station in Kall-Krekel is fabulous. It really is.

Tune in and lean back for some nice Indie tunes and trivial talks in German you won’t wish to understand.

Hope to meet you on the airwaves and to hear from you,
Torben & Daniel

Internationaler Ecos del Torbes Tag!

Für die, es es verschlafen haben:

Friday August 9, 2013 at 0200-0230 UTC on 9955 kHz and 780 kHz
Saturday August 10, 2013 at 2230-2300 UTC via Radio Miami International 9955 kHz

“Dear Colleagues and Listeners DXers World!

We want to celebrate with you “International Day of Ecos del Torbes”,
Venezuelan flagship station broadcasts 66 years, which for many years
at various frequencies transmitted shortwave bands in tropical and international

For this reason, we have a special program to be aired simultàneaente
on medium wave 780 kHz and internet and also by 9,955 kHz, 31 meter
band of WRMI Radio Miami International

Have a good tuning medium wave, shortwave and internet! All reports can be sent to Reception On this website find an icon to leave all heard the transmission data and personal
data with the purpose of obtaining the electronic QSL “International Day of Ecos del Torbes”.
(Jorge Isacc García Rangel, Venezuela via Yimber Gaviria, station logo via Rafael Rodríguez, tnx)

via Arctic Radio Club via A-DX