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Offline VK3BVW

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Ozy Radio Returns...again!
« on: May 09, 2018, 0633 UTC »
My thanks to Ron Howard (CA, USA) for the heads up on this one. A message to Ron from Craig Allen (owner) at Ozy Radio advises that the broadcaster is now back on the air with 1 kW on 4835 kHz. The signal here at 0600 UTC today (May 9) was weak into Mount Evelyn. But it's only 4pm local, so should be much stronger here by 7pm.

The station has been missing from 4835 since around the end of March. Prior to that, it was on 5045 kHz.
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Re: Ozy Radio Returns...again!
« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2018, 2132 UTC »
May 9, with brief check on 4835 kHz., at 1306 UTC, to hear the distinctive "Waltzing Matilda." Great to have Craig's station back on the air, but as Rob Wagner has pointed out, the end of AIR Gangtok reception.