Radio Andorra broadcast on July 2nd, 2022

Credit: Jean-Marc PRINTZ, Aqui Radio Andorra

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.

Patrick Obrelli (right) and Christian Milling (left), credit: Christian Milling

This program is also available on demand at https://www.mixcloud.com/AquiRadioAndorra/hit-parade-radio-andorre-17-juillet-1977/

Reception reports can be sent by e-mail to qsl@millingbroadcast.services, or physically to
Milling Broadcast Services
Kuchenheimer Straße 155
53881 Euskirchen, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

New Azimuth Map for WRMI A22

As you may be aware, WRMI has made some transmitter adjustments for the A22 season (something about 17th harmonics…) Here is an updated Azimuth map. Changes include 7730 being a new 44° azimuth for EU, and 7780 now transmitting 222° to Central America.

Do you want Azimuth maps for other transmitter sites? Ask Guero in the HFZone Discord!

WRMI azimuth maps

Have you ever wondered which direction your favorite program is being beamed? Do you know which frequency has you in the beam? Look no further. Here are some handy maps to demystify the WRMI broadcast station azimuths! Updated versions of these maps will be posted at HFZone.org!

WRMI Azimuth map!

15770/7780 (7780 may switch to 7730 on 27 March)

WRMI 9955/5800
WRMI 5950/9395