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Author Topic: 1620AM Greek free Radio Karama  (Read 1261 times)
kris
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« on: March 14, 2017, 0136 UTC »

1620 AM tonight 13/14 Mar 2017 Greek music free radio.

23.48 UTC, OM ID I heard "Radio Karama"   Karama I think means "dignity".
0,09UTC  - extraordinary event:
After a  break, on this FRQ called DJ from R.Monte Carlo welcaming Thesaloniki.  
Further in English he said  -I'm located about 100km from Amsterdam  the Netherlands, and left frequency.

0.10 back Greek station
My first listening 25 Feb 2017 after 23.40UTC.
They work regularly on 1620kHz - OM isn't speaking English, only Greek music.
« Last Edit: March 16, 2017, 2253 UTC by kris » Logged

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« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2017, 0219 UTC »

Thanks for the report. I love Greek music and will have to pay attention (via the Univ of Twente's WebSDR)
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« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2017, 1003 UTC »

I often use this SDR in Athens:

http://5.55.175.250:8073/

The 1600-1800 kHz band does get a little congested of an evening though.

I have a lot of recordings and would appreciate some help in IDing them Smiley
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