Radio Ukraine International via WRMI: September 25, 2014

Many thanks to SRAA contributor Richard Langley for this recording of Radio Ukraine International's inaugural broadcast via WRMI. This is the second contribution of this broadcast, but since it is a first on shortwave, we are posting this one as heard from Richard's location. Richard writes:

Inaugural broadcast of Radio Ukraine International via WRMI, Okeechobee, Florida, on 11580 kHz on 25 September 2014 between 23:30 and 00:00 UTC. Received in Hanwell (near Fredericton), New Brunswick, Canada, using a Tecsun PL-880 receiver with its whip antenna in AM mode with a 5 kHz bandwidth.

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Radio Ukraine via WMRI: October 3, 2014

Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Frank for this recording of Radio Ukraine International. 

This recording was made in Europe on October 3, 2014 at 23:30 UTC on 11.580 MHz. 

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Radio Ukraine via WMRI: September 25, 2014

Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Andre Bagley, for this recording of Radio Ukraine. Andre writes: 

This is the first broadcast of Radio Ukraine via WMRI relay. The purpose of this service is to allow North American shortwave listeners to hear what is going on in the Ukraine-Russian conflict from one of the respective parties. This is great news for shortwave listeners, as Voice of Russia went off the air right before all the drama began with Ukraine. Recorded in Utah using a Tecsun pl-600 radio with a telescopic antenna with random length wire attached.

This recording was made on September 25, 2014 at 23:30 UTC on 11.580 MHz. 

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