Uruguayan SW inactivities

October 17, 2012 at 1:23 pm Leave a comment

The stations SODRE and Emisora ​​del Sur, both from Montevideo, are inactive on the frequencies 6125 and 9620 kHz, respectively.

This information comes from the Uruguayan dxer Horacio Nigro. According to him, the SODRE wants to keep itself active on shortwave frequencies, but at low power. Among the plans of the station is creating a multilingual section with focus on the Internet. They don’t dismiss, however, the inclusion of this also via shortwave frequencies. Nigro visited the station and talked to the head of the transmitter site, Peter Ramela.

(A Onda Curta em notícia / Célio Romais)

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