News on Argentinian AM

March 9, 2007 at 1:13 pm Leave a comment

Radio Urkupiña, Buenos Aires is now on new frequency 1550 kHz (ex-1510 KHz), The signal is reportedly much better than on the old frequency.
AM Tango, Buenos Aires is logged on new frequency of 1540 kHz (ex- 1120 KHz). The reason for change is probably the heavy interference caused by another ‘inofficial’ station – Radio Copacabana, Gregorio de Laferrere.
(Marcelo A. Cornachioni Lomas de Zamora, Argentina via Conexion Digital )

On 31th January LT29 Radio Venado Tuerto 1460 AM had it’s 37th anniversary. To celebrate the occasion the station inaugurated a new antenna with the height of 120 meters. The old antenna was destroyed by a meteor(!).
(www.radiovenadotuer via Conexion Digital)


Entry filed under: Medium Wave, South America.

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