Zenith Classic Rock, Ireland on 1584 kHz
Zenith Classic Rock holds a temporary license to broadcast on 1584 kHz and is presently on air on weekends only with a power of 1 kilowatt. The station transmits in AM stereo using the C-QUAM-system and is believed to be the only station in Europe presently broadcasting in stereo on mediumwave. The AM transmitter is a BE AM2.5 transmitter, capable (and using) AM Stereo and that the power run is 1kW. The AM antenna is an 80m vertical tower, insulated, base fed. The exact transmitter location is Ballygorey, Co. Kilkenny, which is also the studio location of Zenith Classic Rock. The FM transmitter is on 103.8 MHz, 2kW from White Mountain, Co. Wexford.
Andy Linton confirmed my reception of the station today and also promises to send along a QSL-card when they have been printed.
(Arild’s Radio Blog )
(the stations website is at http://totalbroadcast.net/zenith/)