I then tuned in at 1054 UTC on 29th December 2021, to KTWR GUAM. They were initially broadcasting in the Sundanese language. From 1100 UTC they were broadcasting in the English language.
The overall reception of KTWR was fair – good. The signal strength was good and there was slight fading on the signal. There was some ‘bleed over’ from Sound of Hope on 11975 kHz until 1100 UTC. After 1100 UTC there was only slight interference from the Sound of Hope.
At about 0811 UTC on Wednesday 29th December 2021, I tuned in to Adventist World Radio – The Voice of Hope, broadcasting in the French language on 15.145 kHz.
Adventist World Radio has been broadcasting since October 1971, when it commenced leasing shortwave airtime in Portugal. In 2011, during WAR’s 40th anniversary, they were reaching nearly 100 broadcast languages.
Adventist World Radio website states:-
“AWR broadcasts the Advent hope in Christ through the most effective media to the people of the world in their own languages. Radio overcomes the barriers of government restrictions, cultural opposition, illiteracy, and geography.”
The broadcast was originating from AWR’s Moosbrunn 300kW transmitter in Austria.
The overall reception of Adventist World Radio was excellent. The signal strength was very strong and there was no fading on the signal and no interference from other stations.
Below is a short video of my reception of Adventist World Radio.