SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by RHF » Sat, 22 Mar 2008 03:53:14

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts
http://groups.google.com/group/shortwave-listener-qsl-reports/msg/234...

BCL News - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW)
http://www.bclnews.it/b07schedules/rnw.htm
-source- BCL News .IT -http://www.bclnews.it/

TIP for Shortwave Radio Newbies :
In general I find that the Shortwave Radio Broadcast
Schedules that are Presented and Hosted by
BCL News .IT - http://www.bclnews.it/
are both Easy to Find and Use -versus- trying to find
the same information on the individual websites of each
of the International Shortwave Radio Broadcasters.

BCL News On-Line -presents- Shortwave Radio Broadcasting Schedules
"B07"
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.radio.shortwave/msg/847e15bb5cf285ff

Shortwave Radio Broadcasting Schedules "B07"
From 28 OCT 2007 to 29 MAR 2008
-source- BCL News .IT On-Line
-website- http://www.bclnews.it/

NOTE - The Individual "A08" Shortwave Radio Broadcast
Schedules will soon be Ready on the BCL News IT website
for 29 March 2008 {Spring and Summer of 2008}
* Download The ALL-in-ONE A08 Schedule
<http://www.bclnews.it/files/ao8schedules.zip>

Here is the Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW)
- INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts :

English - "Radio Netherland WorldWide" (RNW)
-website- http://www.radionetherlands.nl/

Dutch - Radio Nederland Wereldomroep -RNW-
-website- http://www.wereldomroep.nl/actua/

The English Listening Guide for RNW
[ Radio Netherland World Wide ]
http://www.radionetherlands.nl/listeningguide/

Radio Netherlands World Wide "All Language"
Shortwave Radio Winter Schedule for 2007 / 2008
Valid from 28 Oct 2007 - 30 March 2008
http://www.radionetherlands.nl/features/media/071028schedule

newbies the info is out-there to be found
and you can hear it on a radio ~ RHF
 .
Shortwave Radio Listener QSL Reports News & Info Group
http://groups.google.com/group/shortwave-listener-qsl-reports
Read & Post Your Shortwave Listener (SWL) Reception Reports
SWL-QSL-REPORTS => http://tinyurl.com/3awlyr
 .
Are You Interested in building a better Shortwave Listening*
(SWL) Antenna ? {SWL Group} => http://tinyurl.com/ogvcf
GoTo => http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Shortwave-SWL-Antenna/
 .
* Remember 55.5% of Shortwave Radio Listening (SWL)
is the Shortwave Antenna =>http://tinyurl.com/ogvcf
 .

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by Telamo » Sat, 22 Mar 2008 11:54:19


In article


> SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

< SNIP >

No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
I can find the RNW web site.

Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by minerv » Sat, 22 Mar 2008 13:00:18


> In article


>>SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
>>INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> < SNIP >

> No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> I can find the RNW web site.

> Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

the netherlands from hilversom is one of the strongest on sw radio, you
do not need to go on the internet for it, and they broadcast frequently
in English.
 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by Telamo » Sat, 22 Mar 2008 12:27:15




> > In article


> >>SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> >>INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > < SNIP >

> > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> > I can find the RNW web site.

> > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

> the netherlands from hilversom is one of the strongest on sw radio, you
> do not need to go on the internet for it, and they broadcast frequently
> in English.

No you don't understand. RHF has to spam the news group with useless
crap.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by RHF » Sat, 22 Mar 2008 18:27:19

On Mar 20, 7:54?pm, Telamon

> In article



- - SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
- - INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

- < SNIP >

* * * * * Un-Snip * * * * *

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.radio.shortwave/msg/bb39564e108fd663

- - - - - excerpt - - - - -
TIP for Shortwave Radio Newbies :
In general I find that the Shortwave Radio Broadcast
Schedules that are Presented and Hosted by
BCL News .IT - http://www.bclnews.it/
are both Easy to Find and Use -versus- trying to find
the same information on the individual websites of each
of the International Shortwave Radio Broadcasters.

-
- No thanks, I know how to do a google search and
- like most normal people I can find the RNW web site.

Teli - Maybe the "SWL Newbies" at the Start of the
Subject-Line should have been a 'Clue'

-or- Are You {Telamon} The Queen of the Newbies ?
http://neatorama.cachefly.net/images/2007-10/spam-jam-queen.jpg

-
- Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.
-
- --
- Telamon -chief-resident-in-charge-of- Alt.Idiots etc...
- Ventura, California
-

Hello Telamon - Here You Go Again Poluting Another
Rec.Radio Shortwave Newsgroup Thread with Your
Personal Attacks on Me "RHF" :

Teli - Please Learn To Be A Positive Contributor Here and Not
Just Another "Trill" In-Search-Of a "Troll" To Get Some Attention.

Telamon - It is Better to Light a Candle
- Then to Curse the Darkness ~ RHF

To Paraphase :
Telamon - It is Better to Post something Positive Yourself
- Then to Curse another Poster ~ RHF
 .
TELAMON - It would be 'nice' if you put a "PING : RHF" at
the start of the Subject-Line of your Replies {Attacks} on Me.
Give the other Readers of these Newsgroups a Break.
A "PING : RHF" at the  start of the Subject-Line of your
Replies to Me {Attacks on Me} would let then know that
it was a Message :
1 - That had Gone Off-Topic.
2 - Was Directed to Me "RHF"
3 - Was Not Worth Their Time

Telamon - Honestly - Where Was Your Added Value
To This Thread and Topic ?

PONG : Telamon - Point-of-Fact your Antics have Raised
the Noise Level of this Newsgroup by Three Times (3X)
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.radio.shortwave/msg/66318042e449461d

=PS= Telamon since you set-up the "Follow-Up" Reply to GoTo :
"Followup-To: alt.idiots, alt.local.village.idiot, alt.stupid.idiots"
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.radio.shortwave/msg/246e94adbbb5392d
 .
-ps- Telamon this is a PONG : TELAMON {Back-At-Cha}
 .

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by Telamo » Sun, 23 Mar 2008 11:00:42

In article


> On Mar 20, 7:54?pm, Telamon

> > In article


> - - SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> - - INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> - < SNIP >

> * * * * * Un-Snip * * * * *

> SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts
> http://groups.google.com/group/rec.radio.shortwave/msg/bb39564e108fd663

> - - - - - excerpt - - - - -
> TIP for Shortwave Radio Newbies :
> In general I find that the Shortwave Radio Broadcast
> Schedules that are Presented and Hosted by
> BCL News .IT - http://www.bclnews.it/
> are both Easy to Find and Use -versus- trying to find
> the same information on the individual websites of each
> of the International Shortwave Radio Broadcasters.

> -
> - No thanks, I know how to do a google search and
> - like most normal people I can find the RNW web site.

> Teli - Maybe the "SWL Newbies" at the Start of the
> Subject-Line should have been a 'Clue'

> -or- Are You {Telamon} The Queen of the Newbies ?
> http://neatorama.cachefly.net/images/2007-10/spam-jam-queen.jpg

> -
> - Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.
> -

< SNIP >

I noticed you did not answer the question Trolling idiot. You are just
here to spam the news group with your brand of crapola.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by Telamo » Mon, 24 Mar 2008 06:08:03

In article


> In article


> > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> < SNIP >

> No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> I can find the RNW web site.

> Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing. I'll answer that
for you, nothing.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by RHF » Mon, 24 Mar 2008 20:33:03

On Mar 22, 2:08?pm, Telamon


> In article


> > In article


> > > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > < SNIP >

> > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> > I can find the RNW web site.

> > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

- Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing.

- I'll answer that for you, nothing.

- --
- Telamon
- Ventura, California
-

Telamon - Match MY SWR3's Post-for-Post

Here is a Shortwave Radio Reception Report (SWR3)


http://radiostationworld.com/locations/Papua_New_Guinea/Radio.asp

Weak Audio both frequencies had the same singing
of Christian Hymns in English.

NBC = National Broadcasting Corporation
http://www.nbc.com.pg/tunein.htm
NBC's Kundu Broadcasting Service - The Kundu Service
aims to promote the development and welfare of rural
people through local programs.

 .
RHF's Radio Shack in Twain Harte, California -USA-
SHACK INFO => http://tinyurl.com/2skmxm
Shortwave Radio / Receiver and SWL Antenna Info
 .

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by dxAc » Mon, 24 Mar 2008 21:10:22


> On Mar 22, 2:08 pm, Telamon

> > In article


> > > In article


> > > > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > > > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > > < SNIP >

> > > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> > > I can find the RNW web site.

> > > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

> - Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing.

> - I'll answer that for you, nothing.

> - --
> - Telamon
> - Ventura, California
> -

> Telamon - Match MY SWR3's Post-for-Post

> Here is a Shortwave Radio Reception Report (SWR3)



I read a report recently that indicated that most or all of the PNG stations
that are currently on SW will be leaving the air by 2015.

Like anything else, that may or not be the actual case. But, I would certainly
try to hear those that are left before they are gone.

I currently have 'at least' 20 of the PNG stations QSL'd (veried, for those in
Glendale).

dxAce
Michigan
USA

Shanti Om

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by dxAc » Mon, 24 Mar 2008 22:19:39


> On Mar 22, 2:08 pm, Telamon

> > In article


> > > In article


> > > > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > > > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > > < SNIP >

> > > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> > > I can find the RNW web site.

> > > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

> - Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing.

> - I'll answer that for you, nothing.

> - --
> - Telamon
> - Ventura, California
> -

> Telamon - Match MY SWR3's Post-for-Post

> Here is a Shortwave Radio Reception Report (SWR3)



3335 Radio East Sepik (NASWA country: New Guinea Territory)
3385 Radio East New Britain (NASWA country: New Britain)

Those were the names used some time back, though they may have changed.

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by RHF » Tue, 25 Mar 2008 06:01:05



> > On Mar 22, 2:08 pm, Telamon

> > > In article


> > > > In article


> > > > > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > > > > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > > > < SNIP >

> > > > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> > > > I can find the RNW web site.

> > > > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

> > - Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing.

> > - I'll answer that for you, nothing.

> > - --
> > - Telamon
> > - Ventura, California
> > -

> > Telamon - Match MY SWR3's Post-for-Post

> > Here is a Shortwave Radio Reception Report (SWR3)


> 3335 Radio East Sepik (NASWA country: New Guinea Territory)
> 3385 Radio East New Britain (NASWA country: New Britain)

> Those were the names used some time back, though they may have changed.- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

DX Ace Tanks for the Info. ~ RHF
 .
 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by Telamo » Tue, 25 Mar 2008 07:17:30

In article


> On Mar 22, 2:08?pm, Telamon

> > In article


> > > In article


> > > > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > > > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > > < SNIP >

> > > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> > > I can find the RNW web site.

> > > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

> - Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing.

> - I'll answer that for you, nothing.

> Telamon - Match MY SWR3's Post-for-Post

> Here is a Shortwave Radio Reception Report (SWR3)


> http://radiostationworld.com/locations/Papua_New_Guinea/Radio.asp

> Weak Audio both frequencies had the same singing
> of Christian Hymns in English.

> NBC = National Broadcasting Corporation
> http://www.nbc.com.pg/tunein.htm
> NBC's Kundu Broadcasting Service - The Kundu Service
> aims to promote the development and welfare of rural
> people through local programs.

>  .
> RHF's Radio Shack in Twain Harte, California -USA-
> SHACK INFO => http://tinyurl.com/2skmxm
> Shortwave Radio / Receiver and SWL Antenna Info
>  .

Then you must have heard Japan with a much stronger signal on 75 meters.
What frequency was Japan booming in on?

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by RHF » Tue, 25 Mar 2008 07:41:47

On Mar 23, 3:17?pm, Telamon

> In article


> > On Mar 22, 2:08?pm, Telamon

> > > In article


> > > > In article


> > > > > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > > > > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > > > < SNIP >

> > > > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal people
> > > > I can find the RNW web site.

> > > > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

> > - Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing.

> > - I'll answer that for you, nothing.

> > Telamon - Match MY SWR3's Post-for-Post

> > Here is a Shortwave Radio Reception Report (SWR3)


> >http://radiostationworld.com/locations/Papua_New_Guinea/Radio.asp

> > Weak Audio both frequencies had the same singing
> > of Christian Hymns in English.

> > NBC = National Broadcasting Corporation
> >http://www.nbc.com.pg/tunein.htm
> > NBC's Kundu Broadcasting Service - The Kundu Service
> > aims to promote the development and welfare of rural
> > people through local programs.

> > ?.
> > RHF's Radio Shack in Twain Harte, California -USA-
> > SHACK INFO =>http://tinyurl.com/2skmxm
> > Shortwave Radio / Receiver and SWL Antenna Info
> > ?.

- Then you must have heard Japan with a much
- stronger signal on 75 meters.
- What frequency was Japan booming in on?
-
- --
- Telamon
- Ventura, California
-

Telamon - For Me - That would have been Radio Nikkei on 3925 kHz at
S-9 +20 dB with Very Good Audio {Music}.

FWIW - WWV on 2500 kHz and 5000 kHz were only
at S9 with Good Audio.

Radio Nikkie is usually an Easy Late Night / Earily Morning
Listen for me here in Twain Harte, CA.

Prior "Radio Nikkei" Posts

* Heard Japanese on 3925 kHz ?
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.radio.shortwave/msg/c302ed5b1f6403f3


http://groups.google.com/group/rec.radio.shortwave/msg/c6597c9240b86e7f
Frequencies : 3925, 3945, 6055, 6115, 9595, and 9760 kHz

For the Newbies :
Shortwave 101: How to Listen to World Radio
http://www.21st-century-goods.com/ShortWaveGuide.pdf
* Shortwave Band Chart
75 Metre Shortwave Band
MEGAHERTZ (MHz) : 3.90 - 4.00 MHz
KILOHERTZ (KHz) : 3900 - 4000 KHz
 .

 
 
 

SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) : INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

Post by Telamo » Tue, 25 Mar 2008 08:08:21

In article


> On Mar 23, 3:17?pm, Telamon

> > In article


> > > On Mar 22, 2:08?pm, Telamon

> > > > In article


> > > > > In article


> > > > > > SWL Newbies - Radio Netherland WorldWide (RNW) :
> > > > > > INFO + Links/URLs for Shortwave Radio Broadcasts

> > > > > < SNIP >

> > > > > No thanks, I know how to do a google search and like most normal
> > > > > people
> > > > > I can find the RNW web site.

> > > > > Hey, have you ever listened? Nope.

> > > - Hey, trolling moron, what SWL'ing have you been doing.

> > > - I'll answer that for you, nothing.

> > > Telamon - Match MY SWR3's Post-for-Post

> > > Here is a Shortwave Radio Reception Report (SWR3)


> > >http://radiostationworld.com/locations/Papua_New_Guinea/Radio.asp

> > > Weak Audio both frequencies had the same singing
> > > of Christian Hymns in English.

> > > NBC = National Broadcasting Corporation
> > >http://www.nbc.com.pg/tunein.htm
> > > NBC's Kundu Broadcasting Service - The Kundu Service
> > > aims to promote the development and welfare of rural
> > > people through local programs.

> > > ?.
> > > RHF's Radio Shack in Twain Harte, California -USA-
> > > SHACK INFO =>http://tinyurl.com/2skmxm
> > > Shortwave Radio / Receiver and SWL Antenna Info
> > > ?.

> - Then you must have heard Japan with a much
> - stronger signal on 75 meters.
> - What frequency was Japan booming in on?
> -

> Telamon - For Me - That would have been Radio Nikkei on 3925 kHz at
> S-9 +20 dB with Very Good Audio {Music}.

Yeah, the music was good and unusual for a domestic Japanese station. I
had them at S9 and that was better than WWV on 2.5MHz as you said but
WWV on 5MHz was much stronger for me.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California