Sunday, 30 December 2007

Log 30.12.2007

Sunday 30.12.2007
5815 kHz - FRSH, Holland with superb signal and px!!! Rarely I got this kind of audio on SW: mp3. Via WMR from Denmark?? (O=3-4+)
6205 kHz - Cupid Radio, Holland - 10.30- (O=0-2+)
6261 kHz - Bluestar Radio, Holland - 13.25- (O=0-2+)
6262 kHz - Radio Altrex, Germany tentatively 10.05- (O=0-1+)
6270 kKz - ECH/VOTN, Holland - with rock music. Also on Monday 31.12 till 16utc - 13.25- (O=0-3)
6276 kHz - Radio Jinglebells, Holland - 07.55- (O=0-2+)
6303 kHz - UNID very weak - 10.31- (O=0-1)
6306 kHz - Radio Lowland tentatively - 07.35- (O=2-3+)
6310 kHz - UNID non-stop - 07.35- (O=1-3)
6325 kHz - Radio Paardenkracht, Holland (6324.8 kHz). Long px - 07.40- (O=2-3+)
6373 kHz - Radio Polaris, Holland. This was their first broadcast and later I had also nice QSL-reply of this! Power 100 W - 07.40- (O=2-4) mp3
6400 kHz - WMR Scotland. Audible in the early morning - 07.30- (O=0-2+)


uk dxer said...

I wonder who was relaying FRS Holland on 5815? It wasn't Orion Radio which was on that frequency earlier and closed down when the other tx came on. I read a suggestion it was World Music Radio but I have heard no more about this. Good signal here as well - better than their other relay via Mystery Radio on 6220.

I think your log on 6261 was Bluestar Radio which has also been active on 75m recently.

Keep up the good work

Harri Kujala said...

Yes, I have read from somewhere that it was via WMR from Denmark! Must have been at least 1 kW or so.
And you are right about the Bluestar on 6261 kHz (I heard it wrong as Bluetime). Tnx! - harri -

Anonymous said...

Yes the FRSH transmission on 5815 kHz was put out by World Music Radio from Denmark. This was officially announced during the broadcast, by the way. The tx can handle 10 kW but this was probably a bit less this time.