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Radio Antena Satelor

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Radio Antena Satelor
Rraslogo.png
Broadcast area Romania
Frequency153 kHz LW
SloganUn radio despre viața la țară (Radio about country life)
Programming
FormatRural issues
AffiliationsEBU-UER
Ownership
OwnerRomanian Radio Broadcasting Company
RRA, RRC, R3N, RRM, RRI
History
First air date
25 December 1991 (regional coverage)
1 March 2006 (national coverage)
Links
Webcasthttp://89.238.227.6:8042/listen.pls
Websitehttp://www.antenasatelor.ro/

Radio Antena Satelor (Radio Villages' Antenna) is the fifth state-owned radio station in Romania. It broadcasts seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

Radio Antena Satelor was heard for the first time regionally on December 25, 1991, with 5 hours of broadcast per day and coverage only in Bucharest, Dâmbovița and Argeș, following which on March 1, 2006 it reached its national position. Radio Antena Satelor includes programs and programs for the public in rural areas, debating real problems of the typical Romanian village.

Frequencies

Longwave:

  • Bod  – 153 kHz, it covers Romania and Republic of Moldova.[1] It partially covers some areas of Ukraine, Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary. It may not be excluded to be received farther, in countries like: Georgia, Turkey, Denmark (Aarhus), the eastern region of Slovakia or the south-east part of Russia. During the hours of darkness the sky wave signal can reach as far as Western Europe on a regular basis, now that other European transmitters on 153 kHz (that were operated by Deutschlandfunk and NRK) have ceased broadcasting. More sporadically, DX reception using specialist receivers and external antennas has been observed in Northeastern parts of North America and South America, most of the Middle East and parts of the Far East (Southeast Asia, Japan and China). Transmitter power output (TPO) 200 kW.

Medium-wave:

  • Urziceni  – 531 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 14 kW
  • Herastrau/Bucharest  – 603 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 400 kW
  • Voinesti  – 630 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 400 kW
  • Valu lui Traian  – 1314 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 50 kW
  • Timișoara  – 1314 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 30 kW

FM:

  • Comanesti  – 89.0 MHz, effective radiated power (ERP) 1 kW
  • Sulina  – 103.2 MHz, effective radiated power (ERP) 1 kW
  • Zalau  – 106.9 MHz, effective radiated power (ERP) 0.050 kW [2]

DAB-T:

  • Bucharest  – channel 12A, frequency 223.936 MHz, vertical polarisation.

Live over the phone:

  • Call to listen: +4031.504.04.84.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Radio România Antena Satelor – prezentare comercială 2017" (PDF). Retrieved June 27, 2019.
  2. ^ http://cna.ro/IMG/pdf/Decizia_CNA_473_29-09-2015.pdf
  3. ^ http://www.antenasatelor.ro/frecven%C8%9Be.html

This page was last edited on 13 December 2020, at 01:47
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