I have heard a weak but clear signal on 1593kHz for the last couple of days and right now at 11.55 utc
I have not seen any official message about a return of Radio Caroline on AM so far. The signal seems to origiate from the UK. Signal strength: S1 on a perfectly clear 1593kHz. At the moment "The Year Of The Cat" by Al Steward is playing.
Equipment used: GE-SRIII unadjusted, fresh from the box using its own antenna.
Lowe HF-150 with Wellbrook ALA-1530P active loop.
Russian Spidola 250 on its own built in antenna.
Interesting detail: The GE-SRIII outperforms my HF-150 on AM mainly due to the lack of sufficient dynamic range in the Lowe HF-150.
My location is 10kms south west of Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Perhaps this transmission is a so called RSL (Restricted Service Licence) .
Does anyone know more about it?
Wim Koekebacker, Hekelingen, Holland.
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