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 clandestine russe en MW

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Date d'inscription : 20/10/2011
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MessageSujet: clandestine russe en MW   clandestine russe en MW EmptyJeu 26 Mar - 10:27


je vous relaie cette info sur une probable radio clandestine russe sur 1602 et/ou 1611khz

source : mediumwave info


DX Info about Russian Clandestine MW radio station embarrassing in the Northern Europe.
It started very innocent like for maybe two weeks ago as an odd disturbance under 1602 kHz and then in the early state some could note anyhow there speaking in Russian language which only few can understand here in the North, however. It let arise a vivid speculation ao. in the SDXL-AM-group what it was all about where it got the nickname "UNID 1599,62 kHz". Gradually the station started to crawl upwards and some heard it at least once on 1620 kHz…but it turned around and went downwards, seemingly now to be parked on 1611 kHz. It is the frequency where quite often many Dutch pirate radios use to transmit mainly pop or ethnic polka music. So inside their reception area this newcomer is not possible to be heard. Also among the Finnish DXers abnormalities were reported in reception with different antennas. JM Nurmela in Central Finland logged that he can hear to the station with the backbeam of his yankee antennawire but only Dutch polka with some other. The station is frequently S9-strong at least in the remote SW Finnish Kiwi SDR receiver in Turku as well in Belarussia. I asked there a DXer Alex to listen to the program and make notes about it. He analysed also some of my to him posted soundclips about contents. "This is a radio or movie magazine entry from the 1950s (?) tells about difficulties in the production of phonograph records (the first track is about helping the Red Army in this, the second track is about replacing old phonograph records with new ones at exchange points). No ID!" Last night he send me his own observations as follows: "On the evening of 12 and 13, I listened to 1611, again archived records * Good morning * and * Good evening * 60s-70s All-Union Radio (USSR), there was no identification of who is relaying. Alex".
So far can we say that somebody has decided to dig very, over a half decade old filed archives radio recordings from the USSR as drama and radio plays to replay them anew to the audience which has probably not ever heard them live, now on the same old work-place: AM radio and on the Medium Waves. Is this some sublime trial to revive some kind of Museum Radio somewhere in the russophone world along the Southern beaches of the Baltic Sea or somewhere deeper in the inland? The time will later probably light up what it in fact was – a serious project or only “fun” like a pirate radio.
Kari Kallio, Lahti Finland (14/3-2020)

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Jari Perkiömäki succeeded finally to place that Russian radio [see RUSSIA March 14th]
Working on 1611 kHz with the help of 3 Kiwi SDR remote receivers. The position of the transmitter seems to be 54.70N 32.40E.
Kari Kallio, Lahti Finland (22/3-2020)

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f1pyw / eric
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