Rádio Cultura Ondas Tropicais on 5045 kHz

October 29, 2009 at 3:15 pm 2 comments

Rádio Cultura do Pará, Brazil has inaugurated a new transmitter on 5045 kHz after 11 silent years, on the 6th of Ocober. The station has, however, changed its name from Rádio Cultura do Pará to Rádio Cultura Ondas Tropicais. Radio Cultura OT uses two transmitters: the power of the principal transmitter is 10 kw, and the reserve transmitter 1 kw.  In the first weeks, the transmitter power will be increased gradually. When the maximum power is reached, the transmitter will be able to reach all 143 municipalities in the state of Pará, and even other countries in South America and other continents such as Europe. The transmitter and antennas are located in Marituba, and the studio is located in Belem.

(Célio Romais via @tividade-DX and other sources)


Entry filed under: South America, Tropical Band.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. carmen  |  December 17, 2009 at 8:58 am

    sounds great up in north atlantic – a broadcaster doing the opposite of all the other brazilians – commended!

  • 2. deivd  |  December 22, 2009 at 5:17 am



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