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Radio Augusta Int. 1611 AM 2110 UTC 18 JUN 2023
« on: June 18, 2023, 2112 UTC »
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Re: Radio Augusta Int. 1611 AM 2110 UTC 18 JUN 2023
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2023, 1856 UTC »
I got the following email from Radio Augusta today:

I see your message in “shortwaves listeners” on the internet.
It seems that You don’t have many information about the station.
We are a pirate station from Ivory Coast where the station is based. The Am transmitter is somewhere kept secret in Europe, and I’m not responsible of that. But I know that the Internet signal is re-broadcast on 1611am.
We are on Am everyday from 7pm to 11pm (Uk time) with deejay’s like Arthur Burton, ex Radio Caroline on the Ross Revenge, Radio Northsea on the Mebo 2, and Luxembourg 208.
We also have deejay’s from Great Britain, USA, France, and Belgium.
The e-mail address is radioaugustainternational@gmail.com
And the website is : www.radioaugusta.com
It’s a completed website where you maybe can find answer to your questions.
Greetings from Ivory Coast
Directeur des programmes
Du groupe Radio Augusta
E-mail radio : radioaugustainternational@gmail.com
Radio Augusta International
On the Internet and mobile
103.9 FM & 1611 Khz AM
Lucas Bandura
eQSL appreciated! lucasnerite@gmail.com
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using an SDRPlay RSP1A for SWL with a 40 meter band Inverted V at 40 feet. Kenwood TS-570D for ham use.
My website: https://swl7.wordpress.com/
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive


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