Reminder: The Mighty KBC testing transatlantic signal on 9.4 MHz, October 7, 2012

See if you can catch this test transmission on Sunday, October 7 (oo:00-02:00UTC) from The Mighty KBC in the Netherlands:

(Source: The Mighty KBC)

The Mighty KBC is testing on 9400 kHz on Sunday, October 7th, 2012 between 00.00 – 02.00 UTC with 100kW beamed to the USA, South America and Canada.

Propagation Map (Source: The Mighty KBC)

The Mighty KBC testing transatlantic signal on 9.4 MHz, October 7, 2012

See if you can catch this test transmission on Sunday, October 7 (oo:00-02:00UTC) from The Mighty KBC in the Netherlands:

(Source: The Mighty KBC)

The Mighty KBC is testing on 9400 kHz on Sunday, October 7th, 2012 between 00.00 – 02.00 UTC with 100kW beamed to the USA, South America and Canada.

Propagation Map (Source: The Mighty KBC)

KBC to test DRM November 12

The Mighty KBC will test its DRM signal on Saturday November 12th at 18:00 UTC on 7550 khz. They announced that the Emperor Rosko is kicking off for the first time in DRM.

Click here for the announcement.

If you catch this DRM test, please send a reception report to: themightykbc@gmail.com

The Mighty KBC to test in DRM

(Source: KBC)

The Mighty KBC will start testing in DRM mode.
More news coming soon!

That’s all they say on their website, but the news is most welcome. KBC only recently started broadcasting on shortwave, to make the jump into DRM so soon shows no lack of enthusiasm for the medium.

KBC currently broadcasts on shortwave (analog) on 6095 kHz from 9:00-16:00 UTC Saturdays and Sundays.

The Mighty KBC will begin broadcasts on shortwave 30 October 2011

(Source: Media Network)

Dutch-based KBC Radio has published the following information: “The Mighty KBC will start broadcasting on shortwave on 30-10-2011 Saturday and Sunday between 11.00 – 16.00 UTC. There is a good chance that we will use our new frequency during weekdays as well in the future. Within a few weeks we will announce our new frequency.”

We will post the KBC schedule when it becomes available. KBC is currently testing on 513 MHz for all of you MW DXers.

QSL info:

KBC531@gmail.com

or write to

The Mighty KBC
Argonstraat 6
6718 WT Ede
The Netherlands