Ein Korrespondent schreibt mir:
“Here is a little update from Israel.
Galey Zahal is not using anymore MW frequencies, unfortunately only FM.”
Dann wäre 945 und 1368 kHz nun also auch off-air, so wie 1224 und 1305.
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The new 2015 (25th) edition of Radio Stations in the UK has just arrived back
from the printers – anyone who ordered a copy in advance should be receiving
it very soon. If you haven’t ordered a copy yet here are the details:
A brand new edition of BDXC’s Radio Stations in the UK is now available.
This comprehensive 76-page directory of UK mediumwave and FM radio
stations covers all BBC, commercial, community and low power AM/FM
services and is a must for anyone interested in UK & Irish radio.
It includes transmitter power and site details, contact information and
a digital radio section.
Stations are listed by both frequency and name with frequencies
cross-referenced to help you find parallels.
It includes a separate guide covering Radio Stations in the Republic of
Ireland – RTE, commercial and community radio.
This new edition is right up to date with the many changes that have
occurred since the last edition was published, including station mergers,
name changes and new community radio services.
PRICE per copy (includes postage):
to UK addresses – 4.00 pounds.
to Europe – 6 GBP, 8 Euros* or 7 IRCs
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The Swedish DX Federation will have three broadcasts on mediumwave and shortwave in early 2014 as follows:
Sunday 5 January at 1800-1900 UTC on 1485 kHz (Radio Merkurs, Latvia)
Saturday 11 January at 1200-1300 UTC on 7265 kHz (Hamburger Lokalradio)
Sunday 9 February at 1800-1900 UTC on 1485 kHz (Radio Merkurs)
Saturday 15 February at 1200-1300 UTC on 7265 kHz (Hamburger Lokalradio)
Sunday 9 March at 1800-1900 UTC on 1485 kHz (Radio Merkurs)
Saturday 15 March at 1200-1300 UTC on 7265 kHz (Hamburger Lokalradio)
The programmes will be produced and presented by Ronny Forslund and they will be mainly in Swedish. In addition to DX News and details about the Swedish DX scene there will be lots of nice music.
KBC Radio to start mediumwave tests on 19 August
Radio Heritage Foundation
Extends Coverage to Europe
WELLINGTON [New Zealand]
The addition of major new European radio history content at its website [www.radioheritage.com] marks a move by the Radio Heritage Foundation to extend its coverage of radio heritage connections to Europe.
Chairman David Ricquish says ‘the borderless nature of radio waves has always made it inevitable that our focus would one day expand beyond our initial work in the Asia and Pacific region. In fact, our collections already have many materials relating to broadcasters based in Europe going back to the 1920’s. European broadcasters, their ideas, policies and cultures have had a major influence on Pacific broadcasting for decades.’
The new content covers individual station features, 44 European countries, almost 100 separately researched years of local European broadcasting, over 15 digitized early radio frequency guides and some 250 audio samples and images.
The material has a special focus on local European broadcasting history centered on mediumwave [AM] and longwave stations, events and personalities covering the entire 20th century and the first decade of the current period.
Mr Ricquish adds ‘Belgian based Herman Boel has collected together, with help from other European sources, a wonderful treasure trove of radio heritage material. Herman needed to spend more time on other projects so we are delighted to make sure his efforts and dedication are maintained and continue to be freely accessible to the community.’
There are many connections between European and Asia & Pacific radio heritage issues that can now be explored and showcased at www.radioheritage.com. These include the many European based shortwave broadcasters that are now fading from the airwaves but which have influenced several generations of audiences in the wider Pacific region. Amateur radio heritage connections with Europe are another area of immediate concern.
The Radio Heritage Foundation already has over 200 Asian and Pacific radio heritage features at www.radioheritage.com, hosts detailed radio guides such as the PAL Radio Guide series with thousands of stations covered on AM, Shortwave and FM, has researched and produced some 40 radio documentaries for Radio New Zealand International, and is the official World Radio TV Handbook country contributor for over 25 Pacific countries.
(Via bclnews.it )
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Hallo – recently I have screenshotted some 130 medium wave channels for 6,5 hours each, spaced 9 kHz as well as 10 kHz:
* 600 kHz – 531 kHz on the 16th of December, 2010 within a window of mostly 10 Hz. Time was from about 19:00 UTC to 05:00 UTC.
* 1602 kHz – 999 kHz on the 26/27th of January, 2011 within a window of mostly 20 Hz. Preferred time has been 01:30 UTC to 08:00 UTC, with some screenshots from the afternoon (Asian DX)
Receiver was SDR-IP with GPS-disciplined oscillator.
The screenshots for each channel can be downloaded from:
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