US Religeous Programme

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Pascal Duval
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US Religeous Programme

Post by Pascal Duval » 05 Jan 2016 05:27


I have receive this moment a US Religieuse programme on 1561KHz but it is possible the frequencie is wrong for i am not knowing from memory US MW's. The Station is very fadind also a weak English programme playing oldies musique is knocking the US out. But is this MW dx ?


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Re: US Religeous Programme

Post by Alex Lawler » 05 Jan 2016 06:30

Someone on here will help you out on identification but the frequency will probably 1560 kHz if it's a US station. Try 1610 kHz Caribbean Beacon from Anguilla or 1620 kHz Radio Rebelde from Cuba. In the past I have picked these up around 06.00 hrs.
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Re: US Religeous Programme

Post by satnipper » 05 Jan 2016 09:35

Family Radio 1560 WFME NY.

All NA/SA stations are on 10 kHz multiples - 1560/1570/1580 etc. All EMEA stations are on 9 kHz multiples - e.g. 1197/1206/1215

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Re: US Religeous Programme

Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 05 Jan 2016 12:52

Congratulations Pascal! As Stuart says, you received WFME New York!

WFME used to carry Radio Disney but had a format change. The Topaz list is an excellent resource as you can filter stations according to format, etc. and it's kept up-to-date.

American stations use 10 kHz frequency spacing, so 1560, 1570, 1580, 1590, etc. The rest of the world use 9 kHz spacing, so 1557, 1566, 1575, 1584, etc.

Add Radio Rebelde, Cuba 1180 to your list. With 35 transmitters listed, this station is annoyingly regular.

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