DX Radio DX News - June 2003

This is a compilation of all the logs and news items that have appeared on this site in June 2003.

Some external links may no longer be valid though they did work at the time of writing.

June 26, 2003

Trans-Atlantic FM !!! - has been heard today by DX-ers in the UK. Paul Logan in Northern Ireland listened to WHCF Bangor Maine on 88.5 which faded up nicely for the top of the hour ID at 1900 UTC. David Hamilton in Ayrshire, Scotland recorded two clips around 2000 UTC on 97.1 which are from CBTB-FM in Baie Verte, Newfoundland. CBTB-FM clip 1 and then CBTB-FM clip 2.

A full write-up is on my Trans-Atlantic FM page.

June 10, 2003

Tropo - overnight last night to Spain. Euskadi Irratia on 88.9 MHz from Bilbao heard in London, and a couple of other channels 91.2 and 96.9 heard near Reading.

June 9, 2003

Phoenix FM - are on-air with their 8th RSL for Brentwood and Billericay on 87.7 MHz until the 28th June. They also stream via their website www.phoenixfm.com

June 7, 2003

Canadian TV - is propagating on channel 2. One candidate is CKCW-tv in Moncton NB. Visible with cartoon after 1030 UTC (7.30am Atlantic Time) and audio indicating Canada. Another station it could be is another CTV outlet CJCH-5 Hamilton NS via its relay in Sheet Harbour NS on channel 2.

June 6, 2003

Air Fair Radio - has begun its annual RSL covering the Biggin Hill Airshow this weekend. Unlike previous years, they are on 1278 kHz AM rather than FM. Apparently there were no FM frequencies available this weekend. They're also webcasting via their website www.airfair-radio.co.uk

Also the Radio Vodafone Derby RSL from Epsom seem to have missed out on their usual FM allocation this weekend. They're on 1134 kHz mediumwave.

June 1, 2003

Tropo - conditions observed yesterday evening, peaking around 11pm due to the current hot weather. Best catches from here were to the SouthWest, with my first ever reception of BBC R Cornwall on both 95.2 and 103.9 MHz.

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