Fw: [HCDX] 1035 kHz
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Fw: [HCDX] 1035 kHz
Just had some phone talks with some offices in Moscow:
Radiostantsiya Novaya Zhizn' (=New Life Radio/NLR) is a 24 hours satellite
program from Moscow. See their
http://www.christianradiorussia.org/index2.html in English with addresses,
etc. By the way, they did not want to inform me who is their broadcaster in
If you heard on 1035 kHz an ID as "Russkoye Khristianskoye Radio" - this
station from Moscow too (see their www.rcr.ru or www.rcr.org.ru - bith on
Russian only - e-mail: radio@xxxxxxxxxx). You can hear their programs on
1035 kHz during NLR transmissions, via Radio Mayak (Sun 0240-0250 on 198,
549, etc.) or via Radio Rossii (Tue 1713-1723 on 261, 873, 5965, etc.).
Their postal address is: 125047, Moscow, P.O. Box 141. I just informed them
about their relays on 1053 kHz (they did not know about these relays!),
DXers, reception reports, etc. Let's hope they will be able to verify our
reception reports correctly...
----- Original Message -----
From: Mikhail Timofeyev <timofeyev@xxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 1:56 PM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 1035 kHz
> One more note: I noted it again yesterdays's evening at 1700-2000 UTC
> empty carrier till 1800), in Russian only. This station is Moscow's Radio
> Novaya Zhizn' (=Radio New Life) - apparently it is a KNLS partner station.
> The announced its Moscow's address, but I could not make notes (I think we
> can use this address for our reports)...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Bengt Ericson <bengt.ericson@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: Mikhail Timofeyev <timofeyev@xxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, September 17, 2001 3:11 PM
> Subject: SV: [HCDX] 1035 kHz
> > Hi,
> > The transmitter is not so lowpowered. It is heard very well in southern
> > Sweden and I guess it is the old Estonian tx on 1035. During nighttime
> > is a powerhouse here.
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