Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, DanH, who writes:
For SWLing Post readers here is a YouTube reception video of VOK announcing a new shortwave schedule for the English Language Service.
Click here to view on YouTube.
The schedule is effective beginning 03:00 UTC, March 31, 2019.
- 05:00 – 06:00 UTC: 13650 and 15105 kHz
- 10:00 – 11:00 UTC: 11735 and 13650 kHz
Middle East and Northern Africa:
- 16:00 – 17:00 UTC: 9890 and 11645 kHz
- 19:00 – 20:00 UTC: 9875 and 11635 kHz
- 19:00 – 20:00 UTC: 7210, 11910 kHz
Central and South America:
- 04:00 – 05:00 UTC: 11735, 13760 and 15180 kHz
- 10:00 – 11:00 UTC: 11710 and 15180 kHz
Good luck if you like chasing VOK!
Thanks for the tip, DanH!
Yesterday, we posted a note about Amanda Dawn Christie’s upcoming transmissions from the HAARP facility in Alaska.
Amanda has just notified me that the frequencies and times of the experiments have been posted on the project’s website: Ghosts In The Airglow.
You should keep the schedule handy during transmissions as there are factors that could influence frequency selection. Amanda notes:
As for Frequencies: Ghosts in the Air Glow has 10 movements, several of which are simultaneously on two different frequencies. In preparation, frequency selections had to be submitted in advance for tuning, so in order to allow for various conditions, three frequency options were prepared (a low, a mid, and a high). Only one will be used on the day of transmission, but it could be any of these three. I am listing them in the order of preference, with the most likely frequency first. All modes are AM.
Click here to view frequencies and times.
I would also suggest you follow Amanda’s Twitter feed during the transmissions as she plans to post live updates. In addition, she has set up a live feed of the transmissions on her website.
No doubt, this will be a unique listening and receiving experiment for all!
Hello readers! Here is an updated schedule for the latest broadcasts of VORW Radio International.
For new listeners – VORW Radio International is an hour long show featuring listener requested music. It’s a very diverse show where you are guaranteed to hear music of many genres and eras and some interesting facts about the songs played! Here’s when you can listen:
2100 UTC – 5 PM Eastern – 9955 kHz WRMI – Targeting South America
2200 UTC – 6 PM Eastern – 9395 kHz WRMI – Targeting North America
2200 UTC – 6 PM Eastern – 7780 kHz WRMI – Targeting Europe
0100 UTC – 9 PM Eastern Saturday – 5850 kHz WRMI – Targeting North America
2200 UTC – 6 PM Eastern – 7570 kHz WRMI – Targeting Western North America
QSL Reports are encouraged and will be swiftly verified at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hello readers! I just wanted to provide an updated schedule for this weekend’s broadcasts of VORW Radio International.
For any new listeners – VORW Radio International is an hour long music based program, featuring listener requested music. It’s a very diverse show where you are guaranteed to hear music of many genres and eras! Here’s when you can listen if you want to tune in:
2300 UTC – 6 PM Eastern – 9395 kHz WRMI – Targeting North America
0100 UTC – 8 PM Eastern Saturday – 5850 kHz WRMI – Targeting Western North America
2200 UTC – 5 PM Eastern – 7570 kHz WRMI – Targeting Western North America
Feedback, music requests and QSL Reports are encouraged and can be sent (and will be verified) at email@example.com