KAIJ Dallas on air again

October 26, 2006 at 1:55 pm 2 comments

KAIJ Dallas (TX) has started test transmissions on 9895 and 9975 kHz. 9895 is used at nights, and 9975 at afternoons. Station’s transmitter power is believed to be no more than 20 or 40 kW. Programming contents is provided by Dr. Gene Scott. All test transmissions are irregular.
(Glenn Hauser, DXLD via Stasjonsnytt)

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  • 1. George McClintock  |  November 19, 2006 at 5:33 am

    Transmitter is now running 100 KW on 9480 khz and night 5755 khz.

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  • 2. CHRISTOPHER RADIC  |  December 20, 2006 at 1:39 pm

    hi george .. am a ham radio op here in mn .. on 5755 at around 6:pm or later am getting a woping s-10 signal from dallas tx ! please send me a qsl card if you can i would like to send you one of mine take care …. KFOES . CHRISTOPHER IN ST PAUL MN ..

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