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Supplementary Radio Prague broadcasts in the B06 period

The tables below contain broadcasting times, frequencies and other data which is valid from Sunday October 29, 2006, when Radio Prague and other international stations introduce seasonal changes to their broadcasts. (All times are given in UTC; local time in the Czech Republic is UTC+1 hour from the start of the B06 period).

Trial DRM broadcasting

DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) is a method of radio broadcasting which should in the future replace current analogue broadcasting on short-, medium- and longwave.

Expected coverage of European territory by DRM signal (6 MHz)

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Expected coverage of European territory by DRM signal (9 MHz)

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Language UTC Frequency (kHz)
/ Metre Band
Power (kW) Transmitter Target Area
German 1330-1357
(Friday only)
9750 - 31 35 Rampisham
(Great Britain)
Central and South East Europe,
eastern France, Switzerland, Italy
English 1400-1427
(Friday only)
German 1300-1327
(Saturday only)
6065 - 49
English 1330-1400
(Saturday only)


Supplementary Radio Prague broadcasts on shortwave in Canada and the USA

Broadcasts from transmitters near target areas are always more reliable than those from distant transmitters. The supplementary broadcasts listed in the table are not included in printed schedules.

Language UTC Frequency (kHz)
/ Metre Band
Power (kW) Transmitter Target Area
Spanish 2330-2357 6000 - 49 250 Sackville
Canada
Caribbean area,
northern South America


Broadcasts are received in this area in the morning hours local time. Reception from transmitters in Central Europe is very difficult there.



Language UTC Frequency (kHz)
/ Metre Band
Power (kW) Transmitter Target Area
Spanish 0530-0557
1030-1057
9955 - 31 50 Miami
(USA)
Caribbean area,
northern South Americal
English 1000-1027
English 1500-1527 7385 - 41 50 Miami
(USA)
Central parts of North America