As you might have already noticed, there is some progress at the moment. Unfortunately we could not yet buy a new transmitter (thanks to RIZ for the offer, we will come back to you when we have 290.000 € left), but we could make many useful contacts.
We also thank all those, who supported us after the last E-Mail
with ideas and addresses of possible providers, especially Mike
from around London.
All remaining QSLs should have been sent by E-Mail during the last
At the moment we are on air with the control transmitter and 1200
Watts. After German RNI was transmitted at the weekend, now we are
playing some music. To all radio stations reading this mail: cheap
transmitter times are available at short notice! The conditions on
49m are excellent, at night we receive reports from the east coast
of America (up to now from New York and Georgia. Whoever has
contacts to America/Canada, could tell the listeners over there to
try receiving us. Please attach our e-mail address, as it is not
always mentioned on air). The week between 24. and 30.12.2013 is
already booked out.
Now what's next? In the works are:
Stand-by-transmitter with 2500 Watts, Solid-state, Linear amp
The 9 kW power supply (50 Volts, 170 A) is already prepared, a
little reserve in the power supply is never harmful for linear
amps. The transmitter is in the works.
Main transmitter with xx? Watts. We are in the proceedings, we
hope it will work until middle of December.
The existing antenna should be okay for 20 kW, but a new coax wire
and balun are required.
The wire is already here, the balun finished, but not yet tested.
When the time has come we will be off air for some time.
Is in place, has to be installed. For that we need the balun which
is presently in use in the main antenna.
One request: As you might have seen, we have some ads on our
It would be nice if you click them from time to time.
The name Radio6150 is of course not appropriate for 6070 kHz,
anyhow it was only for testing purposes. The whole project will be
named Channel 292, maybe some still have an old QSL. The new web
the new E-Mail is
The existing website will be changed bit by bit, but it is still
accessible just like the old mail address.
One more Appeal:
When you listen to our station, please send us a short assessment
of the modulation quality, especially:
Frequency range (bass/treble present?)
Volume (especially compared to other 49m stations)
Your total opinion of the modulation.
In the morning from ca. 7 to 9 am CEST / 5 to 7 am UTC the signal
can usually be received very strong and undisturbed. Thanks!
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about everything happening.
Bye for now!