Tag Archives: Digital Shortwave

Saturday, from Bulgaria, Dr. Elliott will control your web browser

As DRMNA.info says: “Let Dr. Elliott take control of your PC!” I agree. On several occasions now, Dr. Kim Elliott has transmitted digital messages via shortwave radio in an assortment of digital modes. We’ve mentioned this in the past (and we … Continue reading

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The Mighty KBC tests 9,450 kHz and will send a digital message this weekend

This Sunday, from 00:00-02:00 UTC, The Mighty KBC will again broadcast 2 hours of music on the 31 meter band.  This time, they will be testing on 9,450 kHz to avoid adjacent signal interference heard on 9,500 kHz last week. They … Continue reading

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Radio World looks at DRM

(Source: Radio World) By: Ernie Franke Once touted as the “Savior of Shortwave,” Digital Radio Mondiale has not lived up to its hype. Proposed in 1988, with early field-testing in 2000, inaugural broadcasting in 2001 and its official rollout in 2003, … Continue reading

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WBCQ to send digital message over shortwave tonight

Update: Missed this broadcast? No worries–not only did we record the digital message, but we’ll teach you how to decode it. (Source: WBCQ on Facebook) On Friday, May 4, 2012, during Allan Weiner Worldwide (8pm US eastern time, 0000 UTC), … Continue reading

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