After three weeks off the air it was great to have TIAMS back on WRMI 5850 kHz. Here are some of the MFSK64 image decodes posted by our members on the HFZone Discord server:
Starting October 5th, our Discord server is now a Community server. This means we now get access to special features which mostly help us mods, but one feature that benefits everyone is the new Forums section. Forums keep discussions on specific subjects clean and organized into topics, thus making them easier to follow.
The current Forums are:
– #ham-radio, a place for members to ask any questions about ham radio and ham radio gear
– #interesting-old-radios, a place to show off your old radio gear
– #shows, where each broadcaster has its own topic for news and recordings, organized based on their target broadcast area
New forum sections may be added in the future.
Here are some of the decodes of last Sunday’s Pop Shop Radio broadcast from the HFZone community:
Thanks to everyone for sharing their decodes!
Hi everyone, Luca T here.
The next Radio Carpathia program which will premiere on September 2nd at 1900 UTC on the Radio Carpathia web stream will also be broadcast on the HFZone audio stream on September 9th at 2300 UTC for the North American audience, courtesy of Frigid. The stream will start at 2230 UTC with The Catface Show, presented by Bob Catface, and after RC Program 3 is finished you will be able to listen to Program 2 which was broadcast exclusively on the Radio Carpathia stream. Enjoy!
Aqui Radio Andorra will broadcast a restored recording of “Hit Parade of 17th July 1977” with 100 kW from Moosbrunn, Austria, on the following frequencies:
- 6180 kHz, 1700-1915 UTC to Europe
- 13730 kHz, 2200-0015 UTC to North America
For the first time in 42 years, Patrick Obrelli, the original host of the show will be back behind the microphone to share some of his memories of working at Radio Andorra during its peak in the 1970s.
This program is also available on demand at https://www.mixcloud.com/AquiRadioAndorra/hit-parade-radio-andorre-17-juillet-1977/
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