IBB transmitter in Kuwait will be on 1386 kHz

April 10, 2007 at 7:43 am Leave a comment

The Broadcasting Board of Governors/International Broadcasting Bureau’s Office of Contracts intends to negotiate and award a non- competitive contract to Harris Corporation, Broadcast Communications Division, to re-commission and change the frequency of the Harris DX600 transmitter that IBB has relocated from Rhodes, Greece to Kuwait. Harris Corporation originally delivered and installed the same transmitter at Rhodes in 1995, and also provided three essentially identical (two were larger) transmitters at other IBB sites. The transmitter at Rhodes used to operate on 1260 kHz, but was taken out of service last year. In Kuwait, it will operate on 1386 kHz.
(BBG/IBB via FBO via Andy, Media Network blog via DXLD via Mediumwave Info)


Entry filed under: Asia, Medium Wave.

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