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Author Topic: new shortwave program Amateur Radio Roundtable  (Read 7975 times)
W5KUB
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« on: December 27, 2015, 07:43:44 PM »

Amateur Radio Roundtable, live ham radio and shortwave show every Tues night at 8 PM central time (0200 UTC Wed)  This week we have a special show to close out the old year.  Phone lines will be open for viewers and listeners to call in and brag about your new ham equipment. Joe Eisenberg , K0NEB, will show another kit,  And Tom W5KUB will be discussing the build of VK3YE's micro 40 DSB transceiver. Each week we will cover the progress and  construction of this under $50 40 meter transceiver.  This webcast can be seen on w5kub.com.   The show is also simulcast on international shortwave station WBCQ on 5110 Khz.
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« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2015, 08:45:52 PM »

Amateur Radio Roundtable, live ham radio and shortwave show every Tues night at 8 PM central time (0200 UTC Wed)  This week we have a special show to close out the old year.  Phone lines will be open for viewers and listeners to call in and brag about your new ham equipment. Joe Eisenberg , K0NEB, will show another kit,  And Tom W5KUB will be discussing the build of VK3YE's micro 40 DSB transceiver. Each week we will cover the progress and  construction of this under $50 40 meter transceiver.  This webcast can be seen on w5kub.com.   The show is also simulcast on international shortwave station WBCQ on 5110 Khz.

Does Short-wave.info have WBCQ's schedule wrong?  They show it only being on 5110 on Saturday 2300-0100 UTC, plus Sunday & Monday at 0100-0400 UTC.  What time/frequency is the broadcast on WBCQ?
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« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2016, 06:51:25 AM »

Hey! Fyi: wbcq has moved the transmitter frequency of the 5110 transmitter to 5130 in order to accomodate military sharing requirements. I think their schedule on the website is still correct, even though the frequency change has not been posted. Later!
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