Radio Afghanistan International – 7600 kHz

At about 1241 UTC on Monday the 23rd January 2022, I tuned in to Radio Afghanistan International broadcasting in the Pashto language on 7600 kHz.

Above:- World globe showing Afghanistan. Image c/o Wikipedia

The broadcast was coming from the Tashkent 100kW transmitter in Uzbekistan.

The overall reception of Radio Afghanistan was initially poor. This was due to a strong digital signal which was on the frequency. Once the digital signal disappeared, the overall reception was good.

SINPO
44444

Below is a video showing my reception of Radio Afghanistan International.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 23rd January 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 23rd January 2022.

Voz Andes, ECUADOR – 6050 kHz

At about 0949 UTC on Sunday the 23rd day of January 2022, I tuned in to Voz Andes, ECUADOR, broadcasting in the Quechua language on 6050 kHz.

Above:- World globe showing Ecuador. Image c/o Wikipedia

The overall reception of Voz Andes was fair. The static crashes from local storms in Australia affected listening pleasure. There was also some interference from Radio Nikkei on 6055 kHz.

SINPO
33343

Below is a short video of my reception of Voz Andes.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 23rd January 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 23rdJanuary 2022.

Voice of Nigeria – 11770 kHz

At about 1659 UTC on Saturday the 22nd day of January 2022, I tuned in to the Voice of Nigeria, broadcasting in the English language on 11770 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Abuja Lugbe 250 kW transmitter in Nigeria.

The overall reception of the Voice of Nigeria was fair.

SINPO
35343

Below is a short video showing my reception of the Voice of Nigeria.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.

Radio Manara International, NIGERIA – 15285 kHz

At about 1633 UTC on 22nd January 2022, I tuned in to Radio Manara International, NIGERIA, broadcasting on 15285 kHz in the Hausa language.

Manara radio is a Sunni Muslim station produced by the religious broadcasting company Manara Radio & Television and targetting Hausa speakers in West Africa and the middle east. The station has been on air since 12th June 2015 and was initiated by the Nigerian Islamic organisation Jama`atu Izalatil Bid’ah Wa’iqamatus Sunnah (JIBWIS).

The broadcast was coming from the Issoudun 150 kW transmitter in France.

The overall reception of Radio Manara International was fair.

SINPO
35433

Below is a video showing my reception of Radio Manara International.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  3. World Radio TV Handbook, 2022

Raadiyyoni Dirree Shaggar, ETHIOPIA – 15330 kHz

At about 1615 UTC on 22nd January 2022, I tuned in to Raadiyyoni Dirree Shaggar, ETHIOPIA, broadcasting on 15330 kHz in the Oromo language.

Raadiyoonii Dirree Shaggar (RDS) is a shortwave radio division of Oromia Public Media (OPM). Under the umbrella of OPM, RDS is established for the sole purpose of educating, informing, and entertaining the Oromo people in Oromia and beyond with no access to any media.

The broadcast was coming from the Issoudun 250 kW transmitter in France.

SINPO
44444

Below is a short video of my reception of Raadiyyoni Dirree Shaggar.

References.

  1. Oromia Public Media, 2022, <https://oromiapublicmedia.com/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  2. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  3. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.

Radio Dabanga, SUDAN – 15550 kHz

At about 1557 UTC on 22nd January 2022, I tuned in to Radio Dabanga, SUDAN, broadcasting on 15550 kHz in the Darfur Arabic language.

Radio Dabanga is an independent, Sudanese news and information broadcaster which was founded in 2008. 

The broadcast was coming from Santa Maria di Galeria 250 kW transmitter.

The overall reception of Radio Dabanga was good. The signal strength was good and there was no interference from other stations.

SINPO
45544

Below is a video of my reception of Radio Dabanga.

References.

  1. Radio Dabanga, 2022, <https://www.dabangasudan.org/en/about-us>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  2. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  3. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.

Radio Tamazuj, SUDAN – 15150 kHz

At about 1534 UTC on 22nd January 2022, I tuned in to Radio Tamazuj, SUDAN broadcasting on 15150 kHz.

Radio Tamazuj covers South Sudan, the southern states of Sudan, and the borderlands between the two countries. Tamazuj means ‘intermingling’ or ‘mixing’ in Arabic. The name was originally coined for the mix of cultures that span the borderlands between Sudan and South Sudan. 

Talata-Volonondry 250 kW transmitter in Madagascar.

The overall reception of Radio Tamazuj was very good.

SINPO
55444

Below is a video showing my reception of Radio Tamazuj.

References.

  1. Radio Tamazuj, 2022, <https://radiotamazuj.org/en/v1/about-us>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  2. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.
  3. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 22nd January 2022.