Radio Malabo reactivated on 6250 kHz

November 21, 2007 at 12:54 pm 1 comment

Radio Nacional de Guinea Ecuatorial’s station ‘Radio Malabo‘ has been logged on its old frequency of 6250 kHz. Heard at sign-on at 05:00 and at sign-off at 23:00 UTC

(various via HCDX)

The works of construction of the new radio transmitter in Malabo, financed by the government, have been completed. According to sources of Empresa Nacional Construcciones Martín, the new site of the National Radio Malabo, was given to the government in August of 2007.

(Arnaldo Slaen, vía Lista ConDig)

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  • 1. Mauno Ritola  |  November 22, 2007 at 12:32 pm

    I haven’t seen this logged at s/off 2300?

    73

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