Shortwave Service first English edition November 29

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(Source: Shortwave Service via Richard Langley)

On Tuesday, 29th November 2016 from 0230-0300 UTC
on 7250 kHz (to NoAM) we will broadcast our first English edition.

The topics: we speak with Rimantas Pleikys about radio jamming in former
times and today. He wrote a book about it and made a very interesting film
documentary.

And: 4 years ago, on 28th November 2012, Radio Canada International shut
down the Sackville transmission site. 2 years later the facility was
scrapped. Amanda Dawn Christie made a film called Spectres of Shortwave that
is shown at diverse film festivals at the moment. She tells the story behind
the film.

By the way: Spectres of Shortwave is shown on 28th November in Sackville at
7PM local time. Perhaps you want to join it.

All broadcasts are coming from Gavar Armenia site with a power of 100kW,
at azimuth of 330 degrees.

Reception reports and comments are highly appreciated to

<info -at- shortwaveservice.com>

6 thoughts on “Shortwave Service first English edition November 29

    1. Harald DL1ABJ

      I have asked myself the same question. But despite non-QSLing they still like to receive reception reports 😉

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  1. Harald Kuhl

    Many thanks for clarifying. You should communicate this also when asking for reports. Otherwise people start asking questions 🙂

    Other German sw stations have stopped QSLing because of heavy workload. So, good to read that you are still trying.

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