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Most clocks in Europe will move forward March 31.

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Welcome to program 90 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia USA.

Here is the lineup for today's program, in MFSK modes as noted:

  1:40 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  2:44 Wireless power interference potential*
  8:36 MFSK64: six decades of VOA broadcasting in Czech*
12:42 This week's images*
27:55 MFSK32: Closing announcements

* with images(s)

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Technical Paper Raises Visibility of Wireless Power Transmission
Interference Potential

5 March 2019

A technical paper drafted by International Amateur Radio Union
Region 1 (IARU-R1) President Don Beattie, G3BJ, is the latest
official step to increase the visibility of wireless power
transmission (WPT) systems' interference threat to Amateur Radio.
Submitted to the IARU-R1 Interim Meeting, set for April 27 – 28
in Vienna, the paper will update relevant committees on the
topic. Beattie's paper offers an impact analysis of WPT-electric
vehicle (WPT-EV) systems on Amateur Radio communications, with a
primary focus on WPT systems operating in the 79 – 90 kHz range.

"IARU engaged with discussions in CEPT [the European Conference
of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations] and ITU [the
International Telecommunications Union] on WPT in 2017,"
Beattie's 20-page discussion notes.

Beattie's paper warns of "a widespread and serious impact on
radio communications operating in the vicinity" of WPT systems if
spurious emissions measured at a distance of 10 meters are at
current CEPT Recommendation 74-01E and ITU Radiocommunication
Sector Recommendation SM.329-12 limits, "given the planned
density of WPT-Electric Vehicle Systems." Both the CEPT and ITU
recommendations address "unwanted emissions in the spurious

An IARU study of WPT-EV and its potential impact on
radiocommunications services already has been submitted to the
relevant ITU and CEPT study committees. "In CEPT, the IARU input
has been carried forward in the recently published ECC Report
289," Beattie said in his paper. Broadcasters, land mobile
services, and others have also expressed concern about spurious
WPT-EV emissions. "Report 289 sets out the protection
requirements for these radio services, but it stops short of
proposing any regulatory action," Beattie's paper points out.
"This, therefore, is the next challenge - to seek to bridge the
divide between WPT manufacturers and the radiocommunications

Beattie's paper said further work remains regarding generic WPT
systems such as cell phone charging, power tools, and household
appliances. "As a part of this, manufacturers have offered
projections on the installed density of these devices, which
allows modeling of the minimum interference field strength to be
expected in an urban/suburban environment populated with WPT
devices at the projected density," Beattie noted in his paper.
"This then allows IARU to make further input modeling these

IARU provided the same input to ITU, but, Beattie's paper says,
ITU plans to include it in a separate report for discussion at a
later meeting.

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From Radio Prague:

A look back at six decades of VOA broadcasting in Czech

Brian Kenety
27 February 2019

Voice of America (VOA), today the largest U.S. government-
funded international broadcaster, ceased its Czech language
broadcasts 15 years ago, on 27 February 2004, shortly ahead
of the country's accession to the European Union. The move
followed budget cuts by the U.S. Congress and, the Cold War
long over, a shift to "new audiences and new priorities".
We look back at the station's local legacy.

VOA began broadcasting in the Czech language in 1942, the year it
was established, and continued to do so throughout the Cold War,
when it was for the most part less subject to jamming than its
more famous counterpart, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.

"The Voice", as the station is also known, was born during the
propaganda battles of World War II. It was continued during
peacetime under a special act to combat Soviet propaganda and
operated by the U.S. State Department.

In its early days, the Czech broadcast was best known to
listeners for shows featuring the comedic acting duo of Jirí
Voskovec and Jan Werich, who broadcast to their occupied country
via VOA. In a 1945 piece airing on the anniversary of
Czechoslovakia's foundation, Werich, then in New York, addressed
listeners at home:

"Greetings friends, this is Voskovec minus Werich, at my
American eyepiece. Today we're celebrating our October
freedom. After the first October 28, in 1918, today is the
most beautiful of all the twenty-seven October 28s since
then. Not just because after so many years we are
celebrating it freely again – this year as well as our
October freedom we also have our May freedom."

RFE/RL concentrated on the internal affairs of the Soviet Union
and its satellites. VOA, as the official spokesman of the
American government, was somewhat less provocative – its mission
being to inform the world about Washington's take on events, not
to present a direct alternative source.

And so it was tolerated. In April 1964, for example, while
Czechoslovakia discontinued its jamming of VOA and the BBC, it
still blocked RFE transmissions. After the Warsaw Pact invasion,
the USSR resumed massive jamming of both, until 1973.

This isn't to say VOA was apolitical. For example, journalist
Ivan Medek, based in Vienna, regularly delivered news about the
Charter 77 protest movement. And by the second half of the 1980s,
VOA was more openly political, and the most listened to foreign
station broadcasting in Czech. It got its first Prague
correspondent, the Czech-speaking US journalist Jolyon Naegele –
who interviewed dissidents and Charter 77 signatories such as
Václav Havel and Jirí Dienstbier.

But it may have been "soft power" – programmes dedicated to
books, film and music – that drew most listeners in. Writer Josef
Škvorecký, for example, hosted a show reviewing books and
interpreting literature. Sometimes, broadcasters even explained
the English-language lyrics – in real time – such as to Louis
Armstrong's "It's a Wonderful World".

As noted by the Prague-based Institute for the Study of
Totalitarian Regimes, the broadcasts of both RFE/RL and VOA
reflect various phases in Western policy over the decades, from
"containing Communism" to "the emancipation of subjugated
countries" to gradualism (efforts to support natural
liberalisation within Eastern Bloc states), détente (relaxation
of relations after accepting the fixed status of the other side),
the New Cold War, and its conclusion.

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This week's images ...

Japan's Hayabusa 2 spacecraft moments before touching down on the
asteroid Ryugu on 22 February. From ...

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An example of "The Beauty of Decay" photo series by Michael
Schwan. From ...

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An otter off the Shetland islands. From ...

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Lake Martin, in the Louisiana wetlands. From ...

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This snow maze in Thunder Bay, Ontario, is 1,696 square meters.
"It takes about 30 minutes to walk through, depending on your
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Our painting of the week portrays early spring and is by Sharon
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Transmission of Shortwave Radiogram is provided by:

WRMI, Radio Miami Intnational,

WINB Shortwave,


Space Line, Bulgaria,

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I'm Kim Elliott. Please join us for the next Shortwave





   Ending song SWRG:

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 D-06193 Petersberg (Germany/Germania)


 Dipol for 40m-Band    &   Boomerang Antenna 11m-Band

 RX   for  RF:

 FRG-100B + IF-mixer  &    ICOM IC-R75 + IF-mixer

 Software IF:

 con STUDIO1  -  Software italiano per SDR     [S-AM-USB/LSB]   +     beta 11  Version 2.80 (August 21, 2018)  - for scheduled IF-recording

 Software AF:

 Fldigi-4.0.18        +   flmsg-4.0.7                            images-fldigifiles on homedrive.lnk


 German XP-SP3 with support for asian languages

 German W7 32bit + 64bit


 MEDION Titanium 8008  (since 2003)   [ P4 - 2,6 GHz]

 MSI-CR70-2MP345W7  (since2014)   [i5 -P3560 ( 2 x 2,6GHz) ]


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Slow Scan Radio 10 March, 2019, Episode 29

Good afternoon to everyone listening, reading and watching.


As soon as SSTV starts we will also start MFSK64. This second signal will at an audio level of -20 dB, to not cause QRM on the SSTV images. Therefore it can be expected that with weaker signals, only the SSTV images will be decodable.

You will have to switch to MFSK64 @512 Hz manually, because of the SSTV tones, the Reed Solomon code’s will not work, or will work unreliable, so no switching-code will be sent.

We will have 16 SSTV images in both PD90 and PD50.

Info on the show:

Twitter: @SlowScanRadio
Slow Scan Radio is sponsored by

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Slow Scan Radio 10 March, 2019, Episode 29

Good afternoon to everyone listening, reading and watching.


As soon as SSTV starts we will also start MFSK64. This second signal will be at an audio level of -20 dB, to not cause QRM on the SSTV images. Therefore it can be expected that with weaker signals, only the SSTV images will be decodable.

You will have to switch to MFSK64 @512 Hz manually, because of the SSTV tones, the Reed Solomon code’s will not work, or will work unreliable, so no switching-code will be sent.

We will have 16 SSTV images in both PD90 and PD50.

Info on the show:

Twitter: @SlowScanRadio
Slow Scan Radio is sponsored by

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Slow Scan Radio 10 March, 2019, Episode 29

Good afternoon to everyone listening, reading and watching.


As soon as SSTV starts we will also start MFSK64. This second signal will be at an audio level of -20 dB, to not cause QRM on the SSTV images. Therefore it can be expected that with weaker signals, only the SSTV images will be decodable.

You will have to switch to MFSK64 @512 Hz manually, because of the SSTV tones, the Reed Solomon code’s will not work, or will work unreliable, so no switching-code will be sent.

We will have 16 SSTV images in both PD90 and PD50.

Info on the show:

Twitter: @SlowScanRadio
Slow Scan Radio is sponsored by

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| Shortwave Radiogram Transmission Schedule                       |

| UTC Day  | UTC Time      | Frequency      | Transmitter site    |

| Friday   | 1500-1530 UTC | 13755 kHz DRM* | WINB Pennsylvania   |

| Friday   | 2030-2100 UTC | 7780 kHz       | WRMI Florida        |

| Saturday | 0330-0400 UTC | 9265 kHz       | WINB Pennsylvania   |

| Saturday | 1400-1430 UTC | 9400 kHz       | Space Line Bulgaria |

| Sunday   | 0800-0830 UTC | 5850 7730 kHz  | WRMI Florida        |

| Sunday   | 2330-2400 UTC | 7780 kHz       | WRMI Florida        |

Slow Scan Radio transmits SSTV images and text modes Saturdays at 1300-1330 UTC on 6070 kHz and 7440 kHz via Channel 292 in Germany – according to the latest schedule information I have. The website is Reception reports to

The Mighty KBC transmits to Europe Saturdays at 1300-1400 UTC on 11600 kHz from Bulgaria, with the minute of MFSK at about 1330 UTC (if you are outside of Europe, listen via ). And to North America Sundays at 0000-0200 UTC (Saturday 7-9 pm
EST) on 5960 kHz, via Germany. The minute of MFSK is at about 0130 UTC. Reports to Eric: . See also and

“This is a Music Show” is the newest addition to digital modes via analog shortwave. Most of the show is a music show, but the host transmits some MFSK text and image near the end of the broadcast. It’s transmitted on WRMI, 5850 kHz, Thursday 0100-0200 UTC (Wednesday
evening in the Americas). The first show this past Wednesday had MFSK64 text and an MFSK32 image. You might have to set the mode manually. Also look for a waterfall ID at the beginning of the show.

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WIA BOARD COMMENT from Secretary Peter VK8ZZ


The 2019 WIA Annual Conference and AGM is being held at the
ParkRoyal Hotel 150 Day St Sydney over the weekend 24th to 26th
of May.

All details on WIA web under the heading WIA Information

We currently have a visitor to Australia from the Colombian Amateur
Radio League. Oscar HK 6 O is currently in Melbourne.

Oscar is the IARU Region 2 Liaison Officer. Welcome to Australia.

Oscar will meet with the WIA at our national office in Bayswater
in the next week.

He is using the callsign VK 3 ZZX while he is in Australia.
So if you hear him around show a bit of Aussie hospitality
and say hi.


This week on WIA National News we're going to look at the Social
Scene now, at the top of the bulletin.


A lot of news plus social activity to try and fit into 30 minutes
so as a safe guard to those running events we'll bring that to you
first up.

Also a reminder when you are submitting material, don't put 'all
your eggs in one basket' in other words plan ahead and take a leaf
out of the Wyong Field Day announcements, something short but different
each week many weeks out from the event.

We really are geared to 60-90 seconds when you submit material so instead
of a 5 minute piece we'll try and fit in, why not 3 4 or 5 shorter
announcements on the lead up.

So with that..Social Scene 2019

VK6 - PerthTech March Two (vk6pop)



This is Clive VK6CSW reminding you that the Radio Amateurs
Old Timers Club of Australia's March bulletin goes to air tomorrow.

As well as the latest Club news, this month we have some comment
on the transfer of exams and licencing to the Australian Maritime
College, an item on Police VHF radio in 1945, and a piece on the
rural power transmission system known as Mandeno's Clothesline.

Everyone is most welcome to tune in and to join in the call backs

The broadcast originates in Melbourne on the VK3REC 2m repeater at
10 am Melbourne time with a simultaneous relay on 160 metres on
1825 kHz AM.

Also at 10.00 am Victorian time, 9.30 am South Australian time or
0100 UTC, Hans VK5YX will transmit the bulletin from Adelaide on
20 metres on 14.150 MHz and 40 metres on 7146 kHz..

At night the broadcast is repeated in Melbourne at 8.30 pm local on
80 metres on 3650kHz, and in Tasmania at 7.30 pm on the VK7RAA and
7RTC networks, plus at 8.30 pm via the VK7AX video stream..

In Western Australia the program is transmitted at 9 am local on
3620 kHz, repeated at 10.00 am local time on 7088 kHz together
with a simultaneous transmission via the News West linked repeaters.

Each Tuesday night the Geelong ARC transmits the latest bulletin via
repeater VK3RGL on 147.0 MHz.

Full details of all relays as well as membership can be found on
the Club website at including how to download the
audio file if you cannot listen via radio.

Tune in tomorrow for the March RAOTC bulletin.

73 from Clive VK6CSW.

VK7 - Meet the Voice event at Ross March 23-24 (vk7news)

VK4 - Redfest 2019 April 13 (vk4tfn)

VK6 - HARGfest April 14 (vk6zms)

Hills Amateur Radio group present HARGfest
Martin Stretton VK6ZMS says it runs 10am till 1pm
Sunday 14t of April at Lesmurdie Hall 96 Gladys Rd Lesmurdie.

VK5 - BRL Radio Group Annual Gathering, Overland Corner, S.A
April 6 (vk5la)

Hi, I'm Andy, VK5LA on behalf of the Riverland Radio Club.

The Riverland Radio Club is once again holding its annual BRL
Gathering weekend on Saturday The 6th of April, 2019 , at the
Overland corner hotel, Goyder Highway Overland Corner, near the
town of Barmera, South Australia.

This event is a yearly get together for the participants of the
very popular BRL net. The net is heard twice weekly, on Wednesday
and Saturday mornings at 0830 Local South Australian time on
7.115 Megahertz plus or minus qrm. It's also heard on Tuesday
evenings, 3.610 megahertz, plus or minus qrm at 2000 local.

The BRL Gathering is an ideal opportunity to get away for an
extended weekend and visit South Australia's beautiful Riverland,
on the picturesque River Murray.

The friendly and informal BRL gathering starts from 7:30 am
Saturday with a bacon and egg sandwich and coffee breakfast,
and is an ideal time to meet and greet with those on air friends
both old and new. The Gathering attracts Hams and their partners
from all over Australia, and is the ideal way to put a name to the
faces we hear on the air.

Steve, VK5SFA, will be demonstrating his internationally recognised
award winning loop antenna on air for the mornings' BRL net.
Ron, VK5MRE will run the net using Steve's loop from the grounds of
the Historic Overland Corner Hotel. Steve will also include a formal
presentation on the theory of operation and the development journey
of the antenna for those at the gathering.

Lunch is served and the Hotel is famous for its beautiful food,
cold beer and hospitality.

The afternoon will feature the annual BRL awards, and Grant, VK5GR,
one of Australia's top contest operators will give a talk on his
recent and up and coming island DX activations.

There will also be a home brew competition, open to all participants
at the Gathering. If you have a radio or related item of interest
that you've made, please bring it along and enter the competition
for a chance to win some very nice prizes, either the people's
choice award or the coveted constructors award.

For those that wish to bring items for sale, there will be free
trading tables available to display your wares on the Saturday

For those that wish to attend, There will be an evening meal at the
Award winning Mallee Fowl restaurant famous for its bush theme and
sensational menu.

For more information, such as getting there, accommodation options
and up to date info, please visit our website,
You will find everything you need to know about the BRL Gathering
as a pinned post to the front of the home page, or use the contact
us link to email or telephone the secretary.

If you Register on line, you go in to the draw for a chance to win
a complimentary lunch for you and your partner at the Hotel on the


I'm Andy, VK5LA, on befall of the Riverland Radio Club, thanks for
listening, and see you at the gathering.

VK3 - Moorabbin & District Radio Club HamFest 2019 Saturday 11th May.

Doors open at 10am in the refurbished Southern Community Centre,
Rupert Drive, Mulgrave (Melways map ref 80 F4).

The Moorabbin Radio Club's annual HamFest is proud to be Victoria's
biggest with displays and sales of new and preloved equipment.
A must come must see event for anyone interested in Radio
Communications and Electronics.

Major door prizes, free tea and coffee, light refreshments and a
sausage sizzle will also be on offer.

Trader table bookings and general enquires can be made by emailing
Graeme Lewis VK3GL or by phoning mobile
0418 171601.

2019 WIA Annual Conference Sydney weekend 24-26 of May. (wia)

VK5 - South East Radio Group 2019 Annual Convention and Australian
Fox Hunting Championships 8-9 June (vk5hcf)

VK3 - GippsTech 2019 13'14 July (vk3pf)

Peter Freeman VK3PF says the Eastern Zone Amateur Radio Club Inc.
host this 2 day Annual Gippsland Technical Conference.

GippsTech is an annual amateur radio technical conference, focussed
on weak-signal communications on the VHF, UHF and microwave bands
and any related topic of interest.

More details can be found at

VK3 - Yarra Valley Amateur Group HamFest, 13th October (vk3cnw)

Colin Winger VK3CNW says Yarra Valley Amateur Group's HamFest runs
10 till 2 at the Gary Cooper Pavilion 16 Anzac Av. Yarra Glen.
Victoria ( Melway 274 K 1 )

Contacts: Craig -
Col -

web site

VK3 - Ballarat Amateur Radio Group, BARG Hamvention Oct 27 (vk3kqt)

BOARD COMMENT from WIA Secretary Peter VK8ZZ

Well things are now starting to settle after the Australian
Communications and Media Authority made their long overdue
decision and awarded the certification tender to the
Australian Maritime College.

We wish AMC well for the future and have offered to assist them
in the transition.

The WIA has fulfilled all of the requirements under the previous
deed and all material which was required to be handed over at the
conclusion of the deed was provided to ACMA. This information was
handed directly to the ACMA before any contract with AMC had been
signed. This process was done in a timely and orderly manner and
in accordance with the now expired Deed.

The WIA even offered the ACMA the use of the Foundation Examination
material which was developed by the WIA, but that offer has been

The WIA AGM this year will be held in SYDNEY. The event is
advertised elsewhere in this news broadcast but just a reminder
that it will be held on the last weekend in May and registrations
are open, see the WIA website for details and to register for this

Thinking ahead, we have been asking for expressions of interest
in holding the 2020 AGM and Conference for a few months now.
If your club is interested in conducting this event then contact
the secretary immediately as the closing date for submissions is
March 15.

Clubs have indicated that they are keen to support WIA initiatives
to promote new membership in the clubs and to encourage new amateurs
into our hobby. To this end the WIA has decided to provide
Foundation Manuals to Affiliated Clubs free of charge in order to
promote new membership. Clubs will need to cover the cost of freight
and handling of the manuals. The Foundation Manuals can be offered
by affiliated clubs to support their activities and to promote a
membership drive.

Now Club Liability Insurance details have been coming in over the
last month, however the time for submitting these details is over,
if your club has not submitted their numbers then it's too late.
Invoices for the Public Liability Insurance are being issued and
payment is due now.

The WIA recently requested expressions of interest to fill vacancies
on the WIA Standards Committee. Some nominations have been received
so far. If you have an interest in assisting the WIA in this area
then please write to the Secretary. Nominations close on March 15.

The WIA Board have recently filled a Board vacancy previously
created by a resignation. The Board warmly welcome Dr Harry Edgar
VK6YBZ as a director of the WIA. Harry was one of the Education
Group. So, congratulation Harry and welcome aboard.

This has been WIA Director Peter VK8ZZ, Good DXing.


INTERNATIONAL NEWS With thanks to IARU, RSGB, SARL, Southgate AR Club,
the WIA.


The Radio Frequency Users Association of NZ Inc. (RFUANZ) is a
not-for-profit organisation with members who hold radio licences
in New Zealand as well as those who have an interest in the radio
communications industry.

Established 23 years ago, RFUANZ's main purpose is to unite the
industry with one voice, and to lobby government for more spectrum
at a lower cost.

They recently held two successful breakfast forums, one in
Christchurch and the other Auckland,

Some of the challenges they face in 2019 include:
policing the importation of illegal radios;
overcoming the obstacles of using these cheaper radios within the
access to more spectrum;
encouraging the uptake in the newly released G Band (174-184 MHz)
in New Zealand;
and encouraging uptake in the newly released NZQA Training program.

Hams in India spent two days recently preparing for the cyclone they
hope will never come.

The gathering of hams in the Indian state of Odisha was part Field
Day and part amateur radio camp. Members of the Amateur Radio Society
of Odisha spent two days on an uninhabited island unreachable by
conventional communications and simulated a scenario of natural

The exercise was designed to sharpen the operators' readiness in
case of such calamities as cyclones, which are not uncommon in that

The drill did not go unnoticed by public officials.

Officials from the Puri district administration visited the island
to observe the hams in action. They had a stake in the outcome of
the exercise too: During Cyclone Titli in October of last year,
Gajapati district was cut-off from the outside world for a few hours
but communications stayed intact because of ham radio.

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7 March 2019 0100-0200UTC
5850 kHz via WRMI, Okeechobee USA



Unknown - Can I Get A Witness
Unknown - Walking The Dog
Unknown - I Want You Back


Shirley Ellis - The Clapping Song
Paul Griffin- Get On Board
Eddie Harris - It's alright Now


Unknown - Thank You (Falettin Me Be Mice Elf Agin)
Jr. and his Soulettes - Thing, Do The Creep
5ive Style - Hotbox!


SFF - Song From India
Joyce Simms (feat. Mntronix) - All Is All
Midnight Star - Freak-A-Zoid (Bonus Beats)


The Metallic Moog Band - Spring Fever




William Ackerman - Synopsis


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Sendeplätze von RADIO DARC auf Bürger-Radios / Offenen Kanälen:

Berlin: „Ohrfunk“ auf 88,4 MHz mit 1 KW und  Potsdam 90,7 MHz/100 W, Kabel und Livestream – sonntags 08.00 Uhr Ohrfunk aus Berlin – das Programm von und für blinde und sehbehinderte Menschen


Radio Ostfriesland“ auf 94,0  & 87,7 & 103,9 MHz MHz, Kabel und Livestream – sonntags 14.05 Uhr

Berlin: „Alex Radio“ auf 91,0 MHz mit 0,4 KW, Kabel und Livestream – freitags 15.00 Uhr 14-tägig im Wechsel mit Welle370, dem Funkerbergradio aus Königswusterhausen b. Berlin


Bremen: „Radio Weser.TV Bremen“ auf 92,5 MHz mit 0,2 KW, Kabel und Livestream - sonntags 17.00 Uhr


Bremerhaven „Radio Weser.TV Bremerhaven“ auf 90,7 MHz mit 0.2 kW, Kabel und Livestream – freitags 12.00 Uhr



Greifswald: „radio 98eins/NB-Radiotreff 88,0“ auf 98,1 MHz mit 0,2 KW – sonntags 14.00 Uhr und dienstags 16.00 Uhr


Malchin : „Studio Malchin/NB-Radiotreff 88,0“ auf 98,7 MHz mit 0,1 KW, Livestream - sonntags 14.00 Uhr und dienstags 16.00 Uhr


Neubrandenburg: „NB-Radiotreff 88,0“ auf 88,0 MHz mit 0,8 KW, Livestream – sonntags 14.00 Uhr und dienstags 16.00 Uhr





Weimar: „Radio Lotte“ auf 106,6 MHz mit 2 KW, Kabel, Mediathek und Livestream - montags 16.00 Uhr und samstags 18.00 Uhr


Eisenach: „Wartburg-Radio“ auf 96,5 MHz mit 0,2 KW und Livestream - dienstags 21.00 Uhr u freitags 10.00 Uhr


Nordhausen: „Radio Enno“ auf 100,4 MHz mit 0,1 KW, Kabel und Livestream – sonntags 20.00 Uhr und mittwochs 21.00 Uhr


Saalfeld, Rudolstadt, Blankenburg: „Radio SRB“ auf 105,2 MHz mit 0,3 KW und Livestream – mittwochs 22.00 Uhr


Jena: „Radio OKJ“ auf 103,4 MHz mit 0,32 KW, Kabel und Livestream – sonntags 12.00 Uhr




Hamburg: „Tide Radio“ auf 96,0 MHz mit 50 Watt und DABplus mit 4KW, Kabel, Livestream und Mediathek ( – mittwochs 18.00 Uhr



Nordhessen: „RundFunk Meissner“ aus Eschwege auf 96,5 MHz mit 0,32 KW, aus Witzenhausen auf 99,7 MHz mit 0,5 KW und DABplus im Multiplex 6A mit 4 mal 5 KW, sowie im Livestream – sonntags 15.05 Uhr und montags 16.05 Uhr



Graz (Steiermark/Österreich): „Radio Helsinki – Freies Radio GRAZ“ auf 92,6 MHz mit 1KW, Livestream – dienstags 15.00 Uhr




Sendeplätze von RADIO DARC auf Internet-Radios:

  • Jeden Sonntag 18:00 Uhr MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "SATzentrale - Das Radio"

  • Jeden Montag 19:00 Uhr MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "afu-Webradio"

  • Jeden Montag 22:00 Uhr MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "SVR-Hanseradio" in Stralsund.
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  • Jeden Dienstag 22:00 Uhr MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "Radio 440 Hz"

  • Jeden Mittwoch 19:00 MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "Radio Trista"

  • Jeden Mittwoch 20:00 Uhr MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "SATzentrale - Das Radio"

  • Jeden Donnerstag 18:00 MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "Radio ISW Plus"

  • Jeden Donnerstag 19:00 Uhr MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "afu-Webradio"

  • Jeden Samstag 19:00 Uhr MEZ auf dem Internet-Sender "SATzentrale - Das Radio"



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