Shortwave Relays This Weekend


(Source: Tom Taylor)

Hamurger Lokal Radio via Shortwave Station Göhren, Germany with 1KW to Western Europe:
6190 KHz Every Saturday 07.00 to 11.00 UTC
7265 KHz Every Saturday 11.00 to 16.00 UTC
9485 KHz Every Sunday 10.00 to 13.00 UTC
Contact email: [email protected]

European Music Radio via:
WBCQ to Central & North America on 7490 KHz on 19th November between 22.00 to 23.00 UTC
Contact email: [email protected]
Internet Repeats on 20th November 2016:
EMR will repeat this months Transmissions via two streams running at the following Times:16.00, 18.00, 20.00 UTC will be on 96 kbps /44 KHz stereo for normal listening will be 24 kbps / 22 KHz mono will be especially for low bandwidth like mobile phones.

Radio City via:
IRRS to Europe on 9510 KHz (every Saturday) between 09.00 to 10.00 UTC
IRRS to Europe on 7290 KHz (every 3rd Friday) between 19.00 to 20.00 UTC
Challenger Radio to Northern Italy on 1368 KHz every Saturdays from 20.00 UTC onwards
Radio Merkurs on 1485 KHz Every Saturday between 20.00 onwards
Contact email: [email protected]

KBC via:
Media Broadcast to America on 6145 KHz Every Sunday between 00.00 to 01.00
Contact email: [email protected]

Hobart Radio via:
Channel 292 to Western Europe on 6070 KHz Sundays between 21.00 to 21.30 UTC
WRMI to Americas, Asia/Pacific on 9955 KHz Sunday between 03.30 to 04.00 UTC
WRMI to Americas, Asia/Pacific on 9955 KHz Tuesday between 22.30 to 23.00 UTC
WBCQ to North America on 5130 KHz Mondays 03.30 to 04.00 UTC
Unique Radio to North Australia Fridays at 08.00 & 14.00 UTC
Unique Radio to North Australia Saturdays at 07.30 & 14.30 UTC
Contact email: [email protected]

For outside the listening area please try the Twente/Netherlands Web RX at

You can also hear many European free and alternative stations via the Internet at:

Radio Channel 292 Transmission schedules on 6070 KHz (on the air every day):

Radio Mi Amigo Transmission schedules:

Good Listening!


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One thought on “Shortwave Relays This Weekend

  1. DL4NO

    Stations like Channel 292 are nostalic in a sense: No power competition, no hardware overkill. Compare their technical data to those of stations from the 1930s.

    At least here in Germany it is the first time ever we have private shortwave broadcasting: In 1924, you even needed a special licence (“Audionversuchserlaubnis”) to listen to MW with anything better than a detector receiver. Until the 1970s we had no private radio stations at all. This was the high time of Radio Luxemburg, the only commercial station with some listeners in Germany.

    AM could not be used privately because Germany got very few and often bad channels after WW2 and those were distributed to the stations under public law – besides AFN or BFN. So private stations only got FM frequencies. Shortwave was dominated by stations in the 100 – 500 kW range and with LARGE antennas. For listeners RX selectivity was more important than a good antenna – especially in the 49 m band where most programming for Europe was transmitted.


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