Re: [A-DX] Italo-Special

Freitag, 30. April 2021, 21:13 Uhr

Am 28.04.2021 um 09:05 schrieb Name gelöscht:
> laut LPAM ontvangstrapporten wechselt IRRS auf 918khz. 

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Betreff:     AM/Mediumwave frequency change (918 kHz to Europe)
Datum:       Wed, 28 Apr 2021 21:50:19 +0000
Von:         admin

Hello There from IRRS/NEXUS!

1.) We want to inform you that we have received final clearance from the 
Italian authorities to move from 594 kHz to 918 kHz, and we moved our 
Medium Wave service to 918 kHz as of today, daily from 19:00-23:10 CET 
(17:00-21:10 UTC, summer).

Due to lengthy international coordination involving the ITU 
(International Telecommunication Union) and all European countries that 
we cover, the process of changing from 594 to 918 kHz took nearly one 
year to complete.

According to initial tests carried earlier in the week, 918 kHz is 
much better and suffers less interference, so that we may expect much 
betterlong-distance reception, especially to the north of Europe. This 
will probably nearly double the coverage, and we may expect the 
occasional listener to tune into also from farther away in Northern 
Germany, Central and Northern France, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, etc.

European Gospel Radio and NEXUS-IBA schedules are available at:

2.) On May 8 and May 15, 2021, between 20:00-20:30 CET (18:00-18:30 UTC) 
on 7290 kHz to EU, N Africa and Mid East and on 918 kHz to Europe we 
will be airing a very special program produced by Ms Rexella Van Impe 
(wife of the late Jack Van Impe evangelist).

On this occasion, we are releasing our new EGR (European Gospel Radio) 
e-QSL card, for correct reception reports of any European Gospel Radio 
program (religious programs only) received on AM/Medium Wave and 
Shortwave from May 8, 2021 onward.

All other reception reports will be acknowledged with our “Stay home, 
stay safe: Listen to Shortwave” e-QSL card.

PLEASE NOTICE: We accept reception reports **ONLY** by email to reports 
(at) nexus (dot) org.

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