AM Radio Coverage
Thu Mar 1 16:32:08 EST 2007
<<On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 15:07:28 -0500, "Mike Malone" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> I was in Germany last over Christmas and can confirm the BBC broadcasts at
> 648 kHz.
The World Service for Central Europe is on 648, yes. It's a
five-tower in-line array (unusual for the UK) in Ordfordness, Suffolk.
The site is shared with the Dutch station Radio Nationaal on 1296
(which has an even-more-unusual six-tower array). Historically, if my
old WRTHes are to be believed, the World Service used both
transmitters: 648 during the day and 1296 at night. (It seems not
impossible that the same towers might have been used for both.)
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