Radio Nigeria Kaduna recorded in London, UK on September 1, 2016 at 1830 UTC, on the frequency of 6090 kHz using AirSpy, SpyVerter, SDR# software and a 2 x 6m long wire dipole antenna. The non-directional transmitter has a power rating of 100 kW and is located in Kaduna-Jarji, Nigeria. The signal is usually a challenging catch in Europe; the station ID can be heard at 9 minutes 54 seconds into the recording.
Radio Nigeria Kaduna broadcasting in Hausa to West Africa. Transmitted with 100 kw from Kaduna-Jarji, Nigeria. Lots of great music until 2055, when CNR 2 signs on and drowns them out. Received in Sydney, Australia, using a Degen DE1121 and a Kestrel active loop antenna.
Yesterday, Deutsche Welle transmitted its final broadcast from the Kigali, Rwanda relay station. Since I’ve only had moderate luck hearing the Kigali site the past few days–especially on 31 meters–I fired up the TitanSDR Pro (which is still currently under review) and set it to record all three final afternoon broadcasts from Kigali on 12,005, 15,275 and 17,800 kHz
Kigali produced a very strong signal on 17,800 kHz. The TitanSDR recorded the full broadcast, starting with one minute of the transmitter tuning, then one hour of DW’s French language service, followed by one hour of DW’s Hausa language service…then the transmitter went silent.
The recording begins around 1659 UTC on March 28, 2015 on 17,800 kHz: