Saturday, August 25, 2007

Radio Japan shortwave schedule changes during re-engineering

Radio Japan advises on its website that some of its shortwave transmissions will change site and/or frequency due to re-engineering of its transmission facilities.
The Arabic transmission at 0700-0730 UTC currently on 15220 kHz via Ascension Island will move to Meyerton (South Africa) from 29 August onwards. From 28 October the site changes again to Rampisham (UK) and the frequency will change to 9440 kHz.
The broadcast in Japanese at 2200-2300 UTC via Ascension Island will change its frequency from 9655 kHz to 11955 kHz from 29 August onwards.
(Source: NHK Online/Radio Netherlands Media Network Weblog)