The Sea 1611 kHz – Testsendung.

Unsere Station auf 1611 kHz, 186 Meter im Mittelwellenband, die derzeit unsere Country-Station “The Sea” ausstrahlt, testet verlängerte Öffnungszeiten. Da wir in der Nacht und am Morgen senden, bietet es mehr Möglichkeiten uns zu hören.

Korrekte Empfangsberichte, vorzugsweise mit mp3-Aufnahme und ID, werden von eQSL überprüft. Empfangsberichte bitte an: 1000 at

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Kassel Funktag 15. April 2023

Save the Date: Nach dreijähriger Pause wird der 5. FUNK.TAG am 15. April 2023 in den Messehallen Kassel stattfinden. Von 9 bis 16 Uhr haben Besucher dann wieder die Gelegenheit, einzukaufen, sich auszutauschen und zu staunen. Die ersten Händler und ideellen Aussteller haben sich bereits angemeldet und freuen sich auf viele Besucher!
Weitere Informationen für Aussteller und Besucher gibt es unter

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Please update your bookmarks to:
For nearly 20 years now, Barry McLarnon’s Canada/US AM Station Info Search Page (aka “Topaz”) has helped DXers identify and add Canadian & US AM radio stations to their log books. Contained within the site’s simple layout lies powerful searching capabilities including “fuzzy” searches that allow DXers to search for similar sounding callsigns, partial callsigns, filtering frequencies by “C”, “W” or “K” callsigns, filtering a frequency by station format, station sunrise & sunset times, distance calculations and more. I’ve been a huge fan of Barry’s website for over a decade and I would honestly be lost without it. Recent server outages have proved how much I rely on his site during my own live DXing sessions. Realizing how much I value the site for my own DX, I approached Barry about transferring the website to my server where I could perform more frequent updates to keep the data as reliable as possible. Barry agreed and I’m proud to be the new caretaker for this excellent resource!
Please bookmark the new URL for future reference:
Barry’s server will remain online for a bit longer and will function as a secondary backup until he decides to pull the plug for good.
I have no plans to change the site in any way as I feel the functionality is simple, to the point, and works well just the way it is. I do welcome all DXers to contact me directly if you have updates to any of the station information presented on the site.
Best DX to all,
Tim Tromp

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BDXC Broadcasts in English

The latest edition of our “Broadcasts in English” booklet (for the B22 November 2022 to March 2023 period) was sent to club members with the December edition of our monthly magazine “Communication”. It lists, in time order (UTC), frequencies of worldwide English language broadcasts on shortwave. If you’re not a club member, you can still get a printed or electronic copy (pdf) – details of how to order are on our website at: