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The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive is a podcast that contains off-air recordings from the shortwaves. These recordings represent the wide variety of stations found on the shortwave, long wave and medium wave radio spectrums (30-30,000 kHz)

The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

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The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive is a podcast that contains off-air recordings from the shortwaves. These recordings represent the wide variety of stations found on the shortwave, long wave and medium wave radio spectrums (30-30,000 kHz)

    KUSW Worldwide Radio: December 26, 1987

    KUSW Worldwide Radio: December 26, 1987

    Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Gavaras, who shares the folowing recording and notes:
    KUSW Shortwave from Salt Lake City, Utah recorded on December 26, 1987 received at 2040 UTC on 17715 kHz. Includes rock music, national commercials, newscast, frequency schedule and announcements by John Florence. Ends with something similar to an interval signal. Music and commercials are scoped.
    Broadcaster: WUSW Worldwide Radio
    Date of recording: 12/26/1987
    Starting time: 2040 UTC
    Frequency: 17.715 MHz
    RX location: Minnetonka, MN
    Receiver and antenna: ICOM R71A with longwire

    The Voice of Free Sahara: February 24, 2002

    The Voice of Free Sahara: February 24, 2002

    Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Enrique Fernandez, who shares the following recording and notes:
    The Voice of Free Sahara, 32 kpbs mp3 ripped from a cassette recording. Received with a Sony 2010 and a 40 meter long wire from the France-Switzerland border in 2002. After the news bulletin in Spanish, there are clear IDs at 1”33” and 5”45 in the following clip.
    Frequency: 7.46 MHz
    Date/Time: 24 February 2002 at 2300UTC

    Voice of the Malayan Revolution: Circa 1979

    Voice of the Malayan Revolution: Circa 1979

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    Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Nigel Thornbury, who shares the following recording and notes:
    Broadcaster: Voice of the Malayan Revolution
    Date of recording: 1979
    Starting time: 0930
    Frequency: 15.790
    RX location: Singapore
    Receiver and antenna: Sony ICF-5900W, random wire
    Mode: AM
    If SRAA subscribers can ID the exact date of this recording, please comment.

    Voice of America (Apollo 8): December 24, 1968

    Voice of America (Apollo 8): December 24, 1968

    Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Stephen Spicer, who shares the following recording and notes:
    Reception location: Melbourne, Australia
    Receiver and antenna: AWA CR6A with end feed antenna
    Notes: A broadcast by Apollo 8 of the first views of the moon in 1968. The broadcast was transmitted by the Voice of America, and received in Melbourne, Australia on an AWA CR6A communications receiver. The transmission frequency and exact time are unknown.

    BBC World Service Annual Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast: June 21, 2020

    BBC World Service Annual Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast: June 21, 2020

    BAS Rothera Research Station is located on Adelaide Island, west of the Antarctic Peninsula (BAS PHOTO)














    A live, off-air, half-hour recording of the BBC World Service special Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast on 21 June 2020 beginning at 21:30 UTC. The broadcast, hosted by Cerys Matthews, featured messages and music for the staff of the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) overwintering in Antarctica. In addition to personal messages from family and friends, there were special messages from BAS personnel and others including one from Sir David Attenborough. The broadcast was preceded by an approximately 1100-Hz test tone.
    The recording is of the transmission on a frequency of 7360 kHz from the BBC's Woofferton, England, transmitting station (300 kW rated transmitter power, antenna beam 182 degrees). The transmission was received on a Tecsun PL-880 receiver with a Tecsun AN-03L 7-metre wire antenna outdoors in Hanwell (just outside Fredericton), New Brunswick, Canada, in AM mode with 2.3 kHz RF filtering. Reception was fairly good with little noise and fading but signal strength was not very strong although much better than that on the parallel frequencies of 5790 kHz from Woofferton and 9580 kHz from Ascension Island.

    Voice of America (French Language Service): June 17, 2020

    Voice of America (French Language Service): June 17, 2020

    The following recording of the Voice of America French language service to Africa was recorded on June 17, 2020 at 21:00 UTC on 9740 kHz at a remote KiwiSDR site in the arctic region of Finland.

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