Radio Patria, Slovakia still active on 1098 kHz

February 27, 2009 at 3:42 pm Leave a comment

Recently all Slovak medium wave transmitters were shut down. However, for SRo 5 – Rádio Patria, a Hungarian minority station, this meant that it could no longer be received in the capital Bratislava and surroundings as there was no FM frequency available. That is why a provisional 1 kW transmitter has been reactivated on 1098 kHz, broadcasting from Bratislava via a transmitter on the roof of the Slovenský Rozhlas building, between 05:00 and 17:00 UTC. This transmitter will probably remain active until the end of the year, by what time the station hopes to have received an FM frequency. The radio company’s original plan was to start DRM transmissions on this frequency, but this will now have to wait.

(Glenn Hauser via dxld Blog)


Entry filed under: Europe, Medium Wave.

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