The 27th edition of the “Radio Broadcasting in Russian” guidebook for the B19 season (volume – 64 pages of A5 format), prepared by the St. Petersburg DX Club, was out of print. It contains the summer schedules of ALL Russian
and foreign radio stations operating in Russian in the AM bands as of early December 2019, which can be received in
Russia and the CIS countries (a total of 49 stations from 32 countries and territories of the world). The reference book
contains frequency and thematic schedules, location and power of transmitters, broadcasting direction, postal
addresses of stations, phone numbers, faxes, email addresses, Web pages and pages on social networks, as well as
a QSL-policy of stations.
For the first time, the section “Internet Broadcasting” has been introduced into the directory. It contains data on
Internet broadcasting of 14 stations from 12 countries and territories of the world.
The handbook is distributed ONLY in print.
Applications for its acquisition, please send by e-mail: dxspb [at] nrec.spb.ru.
(Alexander Berezkin, St. Petersburg DX Club, Russia)
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Danish station World Music Radio hopes to return to shortwave. In a message on its Facebook page the station said: “WMR is currently not broadcasting on shortwave, but if everything goes as planned, both 5840 and 15805 kHz will be back in January 2020.”
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Ein Software-Update bringt einen integrierten DRM-Empfänger (Digital Radio Mondiale) auf Basis von Dream 2.1.1 in alle KiwiSDRs. BeagleBone-Grün/Schwarz basierte Kiwis unterstützen einen
DRM-Kanal, BeagleBone-AI Kiwis unterstützen vier. Die Entwicklungsarbeit geht weiter, meldet KiwiSDR auf Twitter am “Boxing Day”.(Y)
In der discord-HF-Gruppe war zu lesen:
“…..but they now have DRM and SAM is coming too…oh crap the DRM mode uses ALL the kiwi resources… only ONE user!…”
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