måndag 30 september 2013

Radio Nord Revival testing from Latvia on 1485 kHz

No, we're not quite gone yet.... Starting on Wednesday, October 2 at 1900 UTC, Radio Nord Revival will be conducting a series of test transmissions over Radio Merkurs on 1485 kHz, each transmission being one hour. Maximum power is 2,7 kW and the aerial is directed towards Stockholm. Reception reports are welcome to info@rock.x.se and we are especially interested in how the reception is on ordinary household receivers, transistor radios and car radios. If you want a QSL card, reception reports with return postage can be sent to Ronny Forslund Radio Nord Revival Test transmissions Vita Huset SE-17995 Svartsjö Sweden We are aware that some of you may not yet have received your QSL card for previous reception reports but this will be taken care of instantly. Broadcast times may be changed depending on reception conditions. Programmes will contain recordings and spots from 1960s offshore station Radio Nord plus lots of music from the early 60s. Welcome to tune in.

3 kommentarer:

  1. Yes I can hear the Ronny B. Good show on my old AGA transistor radio with built in ferit antenna. Fading but I hear it.
    Sala Sweden

  2. Fading but a satisfactory signal on tops at St. Karins near Åbo/FIN with ham radio gear & outdoor antenna. Some QRM on channel from Spain and Germany (latter an AFN station). Nostalgic sounds, thank you!
    73s Jukka OH1MAR

  3. Was able to hear Radio Nord Revival on 9th October here in Sheigra, North West Scotland on 1484.97 kHz with fair reception at times, despite co-channel UK local stations on this frequency. At 1813 UTC heard Ronny B Goode and at 1900 UTC Radio Nord Revival. Loved the vintage music! 73s Alan Pennington. AOR 7030plus, 500 metre Beverage antenna at 90 degrees.