Wednesday, November 29, 2023
DR Kalundborg station update
DR Kalundborg 243kHz. Information and Program Schedule
The carrier is switched on some minutes before the start of the interval signal (IS) and stays on for some time after the end of each broadcast.
For a fine reception, you should use the very sensitive Danish SDR (Software Defined Radio) located near Skanderborg in Eastern Jutland: www.18.104.22.168:8073
Also, there is generally very good reception using the University Enschede Twente SDR receiver, and north German SDRs.
About the programs:
The interval signal (IS) at the start of the broadcasts is a recording of the mechanically played IS and is an old Danish song, “I dreamt a dream tonight about silk and rich clothes…“. It was used for the first time on August 28, 1931.
The other interval signal heard is composed for the long wave broadcasts.
Weather forecasts: They were broadcast directly from the Danish Meteorological Office. The forecasts terminated at 11.45 CET on november 1st, 2023 and were replaced by a short info program and
The News relays are taken from DR’s P4.
The Church Service is broadcast live from the Cathedral of Copenhagen, but remotely controlled. Also broadcast on DR P2 and DR TV channel 2.
The Excercises, “ Body and Movement“, are a number of old recordings, each lasting 10 minutes.
Marine Intelligence, broadcast from the Defence Operations Center, including gunnery practices at the end. The information is repeated.
The very last broadcast is on December 31, at 17.40-approx. 18.30 CET. Information in Danish about the closure of 243 kHz: www.dr.dk/am (use Google translate).