Radio Symban from Australia testing on 2368,5 kHz

May 27, 2008 at 4:03 pm Leave a comment

Radio Symban, Australia, is testing on 2368,5 kHz, with a 1 kilowatt transmitter from Peats Ridge near Sydney. Radio Symban is a Greek langiage station that also broadcasts on 1674 kHz. The station has promised to answer to reception reports, if attached with MP3-file and emailed to ‘symban’ at the domain ‘radiosymban.com.au’ with the subject “Reception report”.
Many Australian station are planning to take use of the 2368,5 kHz frequency.

(Richard Jary via HCDX and Mauno Ritola via DXLD via Stasjonsnytt)

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