Lyssnartips för lördag-söndag 23-24 nov.

Radio 05-11 broadcasting on 1503 kHz Saturdays and Sundays at 09-18 LT – will this weekend ALSO be on the air Saturday evening and night – all through the night, This stations is broadcasting from Friesland, The Netherlands. Power is 30W.

Best 73s
SHN

källa Stig Hartvig Nielsen via NORDX

Lyssnartips för söndag 24 nov

On 24th of November, DeLuxe FM radio show on Ems-Vechte-Welle FM-radio, which was launched on 28th November 1997 on that radio station, will celebrate its 15th anniversary on air !
And forget the perfect worldwide internet live stream:
Let’s return to the good old radio roots with static noise and fading – this special show will be on air on RADIO 700’s short wave frequencies beside regular FM-bradcast on Ems-Vechte-Welle FM-radio:
time: GMT (Germany: +1h)

14:00 – 15:00h: MW 1.593 kHz
15:00 – 16:00h: SW 6.085 kHz (49m)
16:00 – 17:00h: SW 6.005 kHz (49m)
17:00 – 18:00h: SW 3.955 kHz (75m)
19:03 – 20:00h: regulary on Ems-Vechte-Welle FM radio:

FM 95,2 MHz – Nordhorn (200 Watt)
FM 95,6 MHz – Lingen (1.000 Watt)
FM 99,3 MHz – Papenburg-Molbergen (1.000 Watt)

& Livestream: http://www.emsvechtewelle.de/

Up to 20.000 Watt are fired into atmosphere and depending on propagation and atmospheric condition, worlwide terrestrial reception should be possible with world receivers and SW-supporting car radios. Buy a world receiver or take grandpa’s good old SW-supporting tube radio from the attic ! 🙂
If you can’t catch any terrestrial signal in your part of world, you can use ordinary internet stream in mp3-quality between 19:03 – 20:00h GMT-time (Germany: 20:03-21:00h).
In case you receive any signal, you should make a video and link it on following radio page:

http://www.facebook.com/deluxefm

A video with that reception from your part of world would be excellent ! 🙂 Good luck ! 🙂

Fingers crossed for that unique experiment…! 😉

Regards,
Mathias Volta

källa:  Mathias Volta via NORDX (Christian S)

 

Inlägg angående DAB

Karl-Erik Stridh har på NORDX gjort ett inlägg om DAB som ett alternativ till FM. Du kan läsa det här:

 

1995 lanserades i Sverige den digitala teknik – DAB – som man tänkte sig skulle ersätta den analoga FM-radion. Då hade e-posten just slagit igenom, men ingen kunde då föreställa sig dagens digitala radio och tv på Internet med 10.000-tals kanaler, även i mobiltelefoner.
 
Idag finns i alla 194 världens länder den robusta FM-tekniken, som kommer att i flera decennier fortsätta vara en världsstandard för etersänd radio. Trots detta finns det i Sverige förslag på att offentliga medel (tv-avgift eller skattemedel) skall satsas på en helt ny infrastruktur för ljudradio med en föråldrad DAB-teknik. Något som konsumenterna inte efterfrågar.
 
En satsning på en ny infrastruktur med val av fel sändningsteknik kan äventyra den etersända radions framtid i Sverige. Detta gäller public service, kommersiell radio och närradio. Dessutom kan offentliga medel för 100-tals miljoner kronor om året slösas bort. Redan under 1995-2002 försvann ca 400 miljoner på en misslyckad DAB-satsning.
 
Om radions sändningsteknik skall digitaliseras måste detta göras med kunskap, förnuft och ett framtidsinriktat globalt perspektiv. Du som är intresserad av den svenska radions framtid får inte veta mer än vad man vill du ska veta på den svenska lobbysajten för DAB. Frågor och svar om digitalradio och FM hittar du istället på den ideellt drivna och ekonomiskt oberoende webbplatsen http://digitalradion.blogspot.com
 
Källa:  Karl-Erik Stridh via NORDX

Radio Mayak

Long-time shorwave listeners may remember Radio Mayak shortwave broadcasts, which at one time, were hard to avoid on the bands, as it was broadcasted on a lot of frequencies. Shortwave broadcasts of Radio Mayak are long gone and now the station decided to leave alltogether its longwave and medium wave transmissions. A farewell to Radio Mayak:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlzbswEp6uk

73,
Georgi,
swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

källa: Georgi Bancov  via HCDX

Sändning från FRS-Holland söndag 18 november

Following our October 28th broadcast three weeks ago, FRS-Holland will again take to the air next Sunday November 18th. Between 09:00- 10:30 UTC / 10:00- 11:30 CET both 30 min. editions of FRS goes DX will be repeated as well as the FRS Golden Show. The latter suffered from heavy interference from a legal station on 7600 kHz during the October broadcast.

Our next full broadcast will be over the Holiday Season. Either on Sunday December 23rd or on Sunday December 30th FRS-Holland will continue a long time tradition. And that means we invite you- the listener– to participate. Forward your very own personal Season’s Greetings to the
Free Radio Service Holland and we will make sure it’ll be read out during our broadcast. You can dedicate your greetings to friends etc. but you can also make a ‘general’ NY Greeting. It can be written or (preferably!) taped (cassette, CD, MD or MP3 file) and send to P.O.Box 2702, 6049 ZG Herten in the Netherlands.
Of course the easy & quick way is by sending an e-mail to <frs@frsholland.nl >. You can add something special to our December broadcast by participating. So….don’t hesitate and take part in the FRS Seasonal Party that day. It’ll be great fun. Make sure your contribution reaches us in time….before December 9th. We are looking forward hearing from you !!! Tune in December…it’ll be worth while!!! Go and tell your friends…

In December FRSH will be on 7600//5800 kHz for at least 5 hours. Pxs will be presented by Jan van Dijk doing the German show. Dave Scott will be playing classic rock and has a few interesting radio related items. we are very happy that Roger Davis (Britain Radio Int.) has joined the FRS ranks. He will be hosting his debut show….it’ll be another classic FRS Golden Show with great (and rare!) 60s/ 70s stuff as well as a feature on a landbased pirate radio station from years gone by. Peter Verbruggen will look back to what happened in the past (Day Calendar) en plays a mix of 80s/90s/00s records in FRS Magazine. He will also host FRS Goes DX with the latest news from the wonderful world of wireless .
During the programmes we will read out October mail and Season’s Greetings. There also is the Phrase that Pays’. FRS will most likely commence at 07.52 UTC/ 08.52 CET . Most likely that day FRS will likely also be heard via the Internet.
Very soon we will inform you about the definitive date: December 23rd or December 30th….

Good listening next Sunday!

73s, Peter V. (on behalf of the FRS staff)

a Balance between Music & Information joined to one Format….

FRS-Holland
POBox 2702
6049 ZG Herten
The Netherlands

e-mail: < frs@frsholland.nl>

KBS World Radio sänder nyårsprogrammet “Adieu 2012”

KBS World Radio English Service will hold its year-end special program “Adieu 2012” on December 31st.

As part of the program, we are running a survey among our listeners to find out:
1) Who is your favorite host of KBS World Radio English Service?
2) What is your favorite program?
3) What program would you launch if you became a producer for KBS World Radio?

Please send your answers to english@kbs.co.kr by the first week of December. We will collect your answers and announce them on “Adieu 2012”! Ten randomly-selected participants will receive KBS World Radio souvenirs.

Källa: KBS World Radio English Service via Bo Samuelsson