Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Wed Mar 22

4029 2043 Laser Hot Hits. Demis Roussos "Forever & Ever." SINPO 24332.
6220 2052 Laser Hot Hits. Different programme to 4029. Weak. SINPO 24332.

(via Kiwi SDR, SW England)

Monday, March 20, 2017

Radio Pushka to broadcast via Radio Oleg


The Russian rock music station Radio Pushka will be broadcasting via Radio Oleg on Saturday March 25.

Until now he has broadcast via Channel 292.

The first broadcast will be at 1700 UTC aimed at Europe.
The second will be at 2359 UTC aimed at the USA.

The frequency will be publicised just before the broadcast.

Radio Oleg is often heard around 48 metres.

For more information about Radio Pushka go to http://radiopushka.blogspot.com

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Sat Mar 18

*3900 2225 Radio Technical Man. "Cotton Eye Joe," ID. SINPO 35333.
3905 1756 Crazy Wave Radio. "Another One Bites The Dust," SSB QRM. SINPO 22332.
*3925 1835 Crazy Wave Radio. Move from 3905. Greetings, ID, "Word Up." SINPO 34333.
4029 1707 Laser Hot Hits. Gary Drew signing off. SINPO 34333.
6220 1627 Laser Hot Hits. Doors "When the Music's Over," SINPO 54444.
6254 1712 Rock Radio Network. REM, ID jingle and off, splash from 6250. SINPO 33333.
6285 1620 Radio Akenzo. "Heart of Gold," then Dutch song. SINPO 55444.
6326 1645 Delta Radio. Madness "Night Boat to Cairo," Sparks "This Town." SINPO 34333.
6330 1717 Radio Bandung. "Party Island in the Sun," SINPO 55444.
6725 1727 Radio Pioneer. Instrumental music. SINPO 34333.
6915 1745 Key Channel Radio. Operatic music. SINPO 24332.

(via Kiwi SDR, SW England/ *via Twente SDR)

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Weekend relays

Hamburger Lokal Radio via Shortwave Station Göhren, Germany with 1KW to Western Europe:
6190 KHz     Every Saturday      07.00 to 11.00 UTC
7265 KHz     Every Saturday      11.00 to 16.00 UTC  
9485 KHz     Every Sunday        10.00 to 13.00 UTC  
Contact email: redaktion@hamburger-lokalradio.de

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Next scheduled transmissions from Radio City:
Friday March 17 at 19 - 20 UTC via IRRS on 7290 kHz,
repeated Saturday March 18th at 09 - 10 UTC via IRRS on 9510 kHz.
Older programmes may be repeated at random other Saturdays.
Older programmes may also be transmitted by Challenger Radio in Italy on 1368, 846 & 567 kHz
Saturdays at 00 UTC and Saturdays at 20.30 UTC (two different slots)
There will be a different programme via Hamburger Lokalradio Saturday March 25th at 13 - 14 UTC on 7265 kHz. After that, during the period of daylight shifting time transmissions will be one hour earlier in UTC schedules.
Our contact address remains   citymorecars@yahoo.ca

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European Music Radio transmissions via;
WBCQ to Central & North America on 5130 KHz on 18th March between 23.00 to 00.00 UTC
Shortwave Station Göhren on 9485 KHz on 19th March between 09.00 to 10.00 UTC
Channel 292 on 6070 KHz on 19th March between 16.00 to 17.00 UTC
Contact email: emrshortwave@gmail.com

Internet Repeats on 19th March 2017:
EMR will repeat this months transmissions via two streams running at the following Times:16.00, 18.00, 20.00 UTC
http://nednl.net:8000/emr.m3u will be on 96 kbps /44 KHz stereo for normal listening
http://nednl.net:8000/emr24.m3u will be 24 kbps / 22 KHz mono will be especially for low bandwidth like mobile phones.

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KBC via:
Media Broadcast to America on 6145 KHz every Sunday between 00.00 to 01.00
Contact email: themightykbc@gmail.com

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Hobart Radio via:
Channel 292 to Western Europe on 6070 KHz Saturdays fortnightly between 09.00 to 09.30 UTC.
WRMI to Americas, Asia/Pacific on 9955 KHz Sunday between 04.30 to 05.00 UTC
WRMI to Americas, Asia/Pacific on 9955 KHz Tuesday between 23.30 to 00.00 UTC
WBCQ to North America on 5130 KHz Mondays 04.30 to 05.00 UTC
Contact email: hriradio@gmail.com

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Radio Channel 292
Transmission schedules on 6070 KHz (on the air every day):
http://www.channel292.de/schedule-for-bookings

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Radio Mi Amigo Transmission schedules:
www.radiomiamigo.es/shortwave

Good Listening!
73s
Tom

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KEY CHANNEL RADIO NEW TRANSMISSIONS:


Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Wed Mar 15

3920 1804 Mike Radio. Queen "I Want to Break Free," some SSB chatter. SINPO 54444.
4029 1742 Laser Hot Hits. Leanne Rimes song. SINPO 34333.
6220 1732 Laser Hot Hits. Martin Scott show with Gloria Estefan "Rhythm's Going to Get You," talking about Ed Sheeran taking over the top 20, playing "Galway Girl." SINPO 54444.
6301 1721 Radio March Music. Band music. SINP 34333.
6375 1713 Radio Monique. The Beatles, IDs, greetings. SINPO 34333.

(via Kiwi SDR, SW England)

Monday, March 13, 2017

Radio Mexico eQSL


Great eQSL from German shortwave pirate Radio Mexico, who often puts out a strong signal on 48 metres.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Next Global HF Weekend: March 30-April 2, 2017

Andrew Yoder reports:

"It's still a few weeks away, so be sure to mark the next Global HF Pirate Weekend on your calendar. The last one, which occurred during the first weekend in November was a sort of trial run. Cupid Radio and Mike Radio from The Netherlands were both widely reported in North America, and the former even made it to Japan. Sluwe Vos Radio wasn't reported as much in North America, but this Dutch station was reported in Brazil during the last GHF weekend.

March 30-April 2, 2017
General frequency ranges:
15010-15100 kHz
21455-21550 kHz

Basic schedule:
European morning, 0800-1200 UTC from Europe to Asia/Japan/Oceania.
European afternoon, 1200-1600 UTC from Europe to North America and vice versa.
European night, 2200-2400 UTC from North America to Asia/Oceania.

Of course, these are general frequency ranges where pirates have broadcast during prior Global HF Pirate weekends. Some stations will surely operate on frequencies and times outside of these ranges. These will be updated on HF Underground (https://www.hfunderground.com/) and on the Hobby Broadcasting (http://hobbybroadcasting.blogspot.com/) blog as it happens."

(Info via Hobby Broadcasting blog)