KNLS Test Transmission: August 1, 1983

Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Laskowski, who notes:

KNLS - Anchor Point, Alaska, from what I believe is a test transmission on August 1, 1983. According to Wikipedia, KNLS signed on the air July 23, 1983. The program consists of the sign-on ID in English and Russian then is mostly a mix of Big Band music. This recording is 31 minutes long.

Tom's receiver was a Sony ICF-2001 and he started recording at 09:00 UTC on 11.820 MHz. His location was South Bend, Indiana (USA):

Radio Liberty, Russian: August 6, 2014

Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Frank, for this recording of Radio Liberty's Russian language service.

Frank made this recording on August 6, 2014 from 1300-1600 UTC on 13,745 kHz. 

Transmitters sites: Wooferton, UK 300 kW and lam, Germany 100 kW

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International Radio of Serbia: April 18, 2014

Many thanks to SWAA contributor, Frank, for this recording of the International Radio of Serbia. This broadcast includes multiple languages: Russian, English, Spanish, Serbian and French.

Frank recorded this broadcast from his home in Europe on April 18, 2014, on 6,100 kHz, starting at 18:00 UTC. Frank used a Kenwood R-5000 receiver and a Wellbrook ALA 1530+ antenna. This broadcast originates from International Radio of Serbia's transmitter site in Bijeljina (250 kW).

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Radio Liberty, Russian Language Service: February 2, 2014

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For your listening pleasure: two hours of Radio Liberty's Russian Language Service. This broadcast was recorded on February 2, 2014 by SRAA contributor, Frank, in Europe around 15:00 UTC on 11,890 kHz. This broadcast was relayed through the Woofferton site in the United Kingdom (300 kW).

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