BBC World Service Shortwave Radio Frequencies List

BBC World Service Shortwave Radio Frequencies List

Post by dave » Sat, 19 Feb 2011 23:09:02


Quote:> This may be due to the recent events in the Middle East . Internet can
> be turned off instantly, as we just witnessed .

Soon, ham radio is going to be the only international medium not subject
to a "kill switch". Fight BPL!
 
 
 

BBC World Service Shortwave Radio Frequencies List

Post by » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 00:24:33




>> This may be due to the recent events in the Middle East . Internet can
>> be turned off instantly, as we just witnessed .

>Soon, ham radio is going to be the only international medium not subject
>to a "kill switch". Fight BPL!

Damn Straight !
And if you have a microwave gun you know where to point it.
 
 
 

BBC World Service Shortwave Radio Frequencies List

Post by bpnjense » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 01:01:53







> > > > > > I first heard about the Chilean earthquake last year on Vatican Radio,
> > > > > > from the Vatican.

> > > > > I suspect I heard it on the BBC or saw it on a Chyron somewhere. The
> > > > > Vatican gives me the creeps. They are very dark.

> > > > ...but they gave me a Santa Maria Galliera QSL for that report :-)

> > > Santa Maria di Galeria is kind of extraterritorial from Vatican City itself,
> > > however NASWA does count it as Vatican City.

> > > To 'actually hear' Vatican City, one must hear the Citta del Vaticano site, on
> > > 4005, which I think is the only frequency in use these days, at various times.

> > > dxAce
> > > Michigan
> > > USA

> > FWIW, I also do not have a RAI Italy QSL (Back when they still
> > broadcast, they never replied to my reports), so either way I'm good
> > with it.

> Do you remember when RAI broadcast from Sicily as well?- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

I've been using SW for about 40 years; but I don't recall TX location
details of European stations very well from that time, except who was
in business.  Sicily would be fun, as would Malta and Corsica.
 
 
 

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Post by cuhu.. » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 01:02:22

You can turn old, or new, Microwave ovens into Weapons.I once saw a
website how to do that.

Do you remember the Amana Radar Range? In World War Two in England, some
Americans were setting up a Radar.They had it set on too much power, or
aimed too low/whatever.The nails in that old wooden Aircraft hanger
started getting hot and popping.

http://www.devilfinder.com
How to get any PC, new or old, ready for everyday use Popular Science
cuhulin

 
 
 

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Post by dave » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 01:28:36


Quote:> You can turn old, or new, Microwave ovens into Weapons.I once saw a
> website how to do that.

> Do you remember the Amana Radar Range? In World War Two in England, some
> Americans were setting up a Radar.They had it set on too much power, or
> aimed too low/whatever.The nails in that old wooden Aircraft hanger
> started getting hot and popping.

> http://www.devilfinder.com
> How to get any PC, new or old, ready for everyday use Popular Science
> cuhulin

My 43 foot fiberglass telescoping mast has RF friendly hardware, in case
I decide to put more than 4 Watts into the #12 solid copper wire up the
middle.
 
 
 

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Post by cuhu.. » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 01:32:46

http://www.devilfinder.com/find.php?q=Software+will+let+users+dodge+g...
cuhulin, Don't Censor My Arse!
 
 
 

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Post by bpnjense » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 01:40:43



> > You can turn old, or new, Microwave ovens into Weapons.I once saw a
> > website how to do that.

> > Do you remember the Amana Radar Range? In World War Two in England, some
> > Americans were setting up a Radar.They had it set on too much power, or
> > aimed too low/whatever.The nails in that old wooden Aircraft hanger
> > started getting hot and popping.

> >http://www.devilfinder.com
> > How to get any PC, new or old, ready for everyday use Popular Science
> > cuhulin

> My 43 foot fiberglass telescoping mast has RF friendly hardware, in case
> I decide to put more than 4 Watts into the #12 solid copper wire up the
> middle.

We enjoyed popping popcorn with our meteorological radar at Texas Tech
(just kidding ;-)
 
 
 

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Post by cuhu.. » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 02:56:46

When those Top ***s got their asses handed to them in that little Town
in Alabama! (Miami to N'Awlins road trip) BBC America tee vee channel.
is GOOD!, them Top *** ***s 'Got out of Dodge!'
cuhulin
 
 
 

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Post by arthrny.. » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 13:22:56








> > > > > > > I first heard about the Chilean earthquake last year on Vatican Radio,
> > > > > > > from the Vatican.

> > > > > > I suspect I heard it on the BBC or saw it on a Chyron somewhere. The
> > > > > > Vatican gives me the creeps. They are very dark.

> > > > > ...but they gave me a Santa Maria Galliera QSL for that report :-)

> > > > Santa Maria di Galeria is kind of extraterritorial from Vatican City itself,
> > > > however NASWA does count it as Vatican City.

> > > > To 'actually hear' Vatican City, one must hear the Citta del Vaticano site, on
> > > > 4005, which I think is the only frequency in use these days, at various times.

> > > > dxAce
> > > > Michigan
> > > > USA

> > > FWIW, I also do not have a RAI Italy QSL (Back when they still
> > > broadcast, they never replied to my reports), so either way I'm good
> > > with it.

> > Do you remember when RAI broadcast from Sicily as well?- Hide quoted text -

> > - Show quoted text -

> I've been using SW for about 40 years; but I don't recall TX location
> details of European stations very well from that time, except who was
> in business. ?Sicily would be fun, as would Malta and Corsica.- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

Didn't Malta have a BBC relay station ? RAI always had a weak signal
as compared to the rest of European powerhouses .
 
 
 

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Post by bpnjense » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 14:35:00









> > > > > > > > I first heard about the Chilean earthquake last year on Vatican Radio,
> > > > > > > > from the Vatican.

> > > > > > > I suspect I heard it on the BBC or saw it on a Chyron somewhere. The
> > > > > > > Vatican gives me the creeps. They are very dark.

> > > > > > ...but they gave me a Santa Maria Galliera QSL for that report :-)

> > > > > Santa Maria di Galeria is kind of extraterritorial from Vatican City itself,
> > > > > however NASWA does count it as Vatican City.

> > > > > To 'actually hear' Vatican City, one must hear the Citta del Vaticano site, on
> > > > > 4005, which I think is the only frequency in use these days, at various times.

> > > > > dxAce
> > > > > Michigan
> > > > > USA

> > > > FWIW, I also do not have a RAI Italy QSL (Back when they still
> > > > broadcast, they never replied to my reports), so either way I'm good
> > > > with it.

> > > Do you remember when RAI broadcast from Sicily as well?- Hide quoted text -

> > > - Show quoted text -

> > I've been using SW for about 40 years; but I don't recall TX location
> > details of European stations very well from that time, except who was
> > in business. ?Sicily would be fun, as would Malta and Corsica.- Hide quoted text -

> > - Show quoted text -

> Didn't Malta have a BBC relay station ? RAI always had a weak signal
> as compared to the rest of European powerhouses .

RAI was pretty strong in 2002...but they were not paying attention to
reports any more, either by snail mail or e-mail.
 
 
 

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Post by bpnjense » Sun, 20 Feb 2011 14:37:10


Quote:> Didn't Malta have a BBC relay station ? RAI always had a weak signal
> as compared to the rest of European powerhouses .

Looks like DW had the "Cyclops" relay there until 1996 -

http://www.tdp.info/mlt.html