Tag Archives: Voice of Greece

Helliniki Radiophonia on 9,420 kHz or 9,415 kHz?

SWLing Post reader, Mark Clark writes: “Tuned [to Helliniki Radiophonia] during band scan at 0110 UT. It was playing 1970s rock music like Love is Like Oxygen by Sweet and Evil Woman by ELO. Male announcer speaking in Greek between each song. … Continue reading

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Shortwave Radio Recordings: Helliniki Radiophonia

It’s been a while now since 9,420 kHz–a former Voice of Greece frequency–should have gone off the air.  Fortunately, it has not. The station is no longer referred to as the Voice of Greece; it’s now a relay of ERT Open, … Continue reading

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ERT Open (Voice of Greece) moves back to 9420 kHz

If you were listening to the 31 meter band last night in North America, you would have heard a very strong ERT Open (Voice of Greece) back on their long-established frequency of 9420 kHz. Only yesterday, I posted a note … Continue reading

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ERT Open (former Voice of Greece) moves to 9,415 kHz

Many listeners have noticed that the former Voice of Greece (ERT Open) has moved from 9,420 kHz to 9,415 kHz. This must be due to interference from the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) who has been transmitting on 9420 kHz as … Continue reading

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Shortwave Radio Recordings: ERT Open (Voice of Greece)

As I prepare the largest post I’ve ever published on the SWLing Post–a review and comparison of the PL-660, PL-880, ATS-909X and ICF-SW7600GR–I’ve been listening to the music I recorded Sunday night on ERT Open (Voice of Greece). Regular readers … Continue reading

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Shortwave Radio Recordings: the Voice of Greece, one year on

Last night, while learning the ropes of the new Elad FDM-S2, I noticed some great music on 9,420 kHz, the former Voice of Greece frequency. It was then that I realized yesterday (June 11) marked the one year anniversary of the day … Continue reading

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The Elad FDM-S2 SDR: Unboxing, installing, and a first recording

At the Dayton Hamvention last month, I made a point to check out the Italian radio manufacturer, Elad. Though I’ve known about Elad for some time, I hadn’t investigated their offerings yet simply because I was under the impression they only sold … Continue reading

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