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Test Transmission Radio Marina 1485 khz.

Postby alec » Wed Jul 27, 2011 7:26 pm

Test transmissions from board of the Jenni Baynton on 1485khz AM sat/sun 30/31 of July 2011
It doesn't say the power output though (but propably 1 KW only)

http://www.mediamagazine.nl/medianieuws ... -zendschip
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Re: Test Transmission Radio Marina 1485 khz.

Postby Arvid001 » Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:02 pm

Sorry I have to miss that test-transmissions :( I am on holiday in France. But for those who can: enjoy!

I am glad they finally made it!! They are already busy since 2007 to get the frequency on-air.

Wonder how much power they will use :wink: Thanks for posting Alec.

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Re: Test Transmission Radio Marina 1485 khz.

Postby alec » Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:31 am

Arvid001 wrote:Sorry I have to miss that test-transmissions :( I am on holiday in France. But for those who can: enjoy!

I am glad they finally made it!! They are already busy since 2007 to get the frequency on-air.

Wonder how much power they will use :wink: Thanks for posting Alec.

Report can be sent to Willem Rense Post at info@radiomarina.nl


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Postby Big Al » Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:02 pm

I hope they get this far...have written a note to myself to remind me to listen in the car on saturday :lol:
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Postby alec » Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:11 pm

Big Al wrote:I hope they get this far...have written a note to myself to remind me to listen in the car on saturday :lol:


I am pretty sure it will be only 1 KW like the other radio marina transmitters on the same frequency - but as they broadcast from ship reception might be possible at the East-coast of England
http://www.fmscan.org/
(page was originaly posted by S.Davis)
- you have to click on AM first > then > maps + single frequency > give in Europe > then map > and only then > give in frequency . When page with overview opens zoom into Holland

Its very interesting but only roughly correct
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Postby Alfie Noakes » Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:01 pm

BBC Radio Humberside also broadcasts on 1485KHz and being located itself on the East coast of England will surely create problems for both stations.
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Postby big T » Fri Jul 29, 2011 7:26 am

Alfie Noakes wrote:BBC Radio Humberside also broadcasts on 1485KHz and being located itself on the East coast of England will surely create problems for both stations.

Yes it will do that.
Its amazing, to see how strong 1 KW from the UK is.
This station is al day listenable in the east site of the Netherlands.
I do observe this phenomenon often, a clear statement for this behavior, I do not have.
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Postby alec » Fri Jul 29, 2011 8:58 am

big T wrote:
Alfie Noakes wrote:BBC Radio Humberside also broadcasts on 1485KHz and being located itself on the East coast of England will surely create problems for both stations.

Yes it will do that.
Its amazing, to see how strong 1 KW from the UK is.
This station is al day listenable in the east site of the Netherlands.
I do observe this phenomenon often, a clear statement for this behavior, I do not have.


Theo , - do you really mean East ?
That would mean also strong interference with the 2 other Radio Marina transmitters which also broadcast on 1485 in the West of Holland and only a very limited local range for Harlingen/Jenni Baynton.....
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Postby paulvos » Fri Jul 29, 2011 11:26 am

If I compare reception on 1602 between being out on the sea, or Harlingen harbor, it is amazing what can be achieved using 1.2kW (the power allowed to Radio Waddenzee).

When they were at sea I could receive them in the car at Den Bosch (in the south). Now I get that signal strength in the Amsterdam area, but further south only static.

What the message doesn't say is if Jenni will be taken out to sea.
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Postby big T » Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:56 pm

alec wrote:Theo , - do you really mean East ?
That would mean also strong interference with the 2 other Radio Marina transmitters which also broadcast on 1485 in the West of Holland and only a very limited local range for Harlingen/Jenni Baynton.....

Yes I do mean East Alec.
The part I live is the Norht East part?
I think that in the UK, they heve other Watts than on the continent? :D

Radio Marina do not have transmitters on the air Alec.
They do not have in the past, this saterday wil be the first time for them.
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Postby Coastie » Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:15 pm

big T wrote:
alec wrote:Theo , - do you really mean East ?
That would mean also strong interference with the 2 other Radio Marina transmitters which also broadcast on 1485 in the West of Holland and only a very limited local range for Harlingen/Jenni Baynton.....

Yes I do mean East Alec.
The part I live is the Norht East part?
I think that in the UK, they heve other Watts than on the continent? :D

Radio Marina do not have transmitters on the air Alec.
They do not have in the past, this saterday wil be the first time for them.


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Postby alec » Fri Jul 29, 2011 3:19 pm

big T wrote:
Radio Marina do not have transmitters on the air Alec.
They do not have in the past, this saterday wil be the first time for them.


OOops Theo - but thats what this map says - so obviously the map is wrong.
It says Radio Marina Txes in Tilburg and Rijswik both on 1485 khz.AM - 1 KW with a range of ca. 40 kms each
http://www.fmscan.org/main.php?f=1485&a ... 1=on&net=1
propably these 2 transmitters never happened

paulvos wrote:...When they were at sea I could receive them in the car at Den Bosch (in the south). Now I get that signal strength in the Amsterdam area, but further south only static.
What the message doesn't say is if Jenni will be taken out to sea.


Its a wonder that you can receive Waddenzee in A-dam - following this map it shouldn't even reach Enkhuisen.... so maybe the output is a bit over 1 KW
They said they will broadcast from the harbour of Harlingen - so, perhapes with the new station on board they can afford to anchor the JB a bit outside of the harbour for broadcasting. - Yiipee - its getting interesting again :lol:
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Postby big T » Fri Jul 29, 2011 4:38 pm

alec wrote:propably these 2 transmitters never happened

Those 2 places, were the places were the transmitter shout be locate Alec.
But never materialised.


alec wrote:Its a wonder that you can receive Waddenzee in A-dam -

In the big city it is a problem, but outside whit a decent car radio, no problem to receive Waddenzee.
Take a circle from 100 km a round Harlingen, in there you can receive Waddenzee.
Only at day time :D
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Postby alec » Fri Jul 29, 2011 4:57 pm

big T wrote:
alec wrote:Its a wonder that you can receive Waddenzee in A-dam -

In the big city it is a problem, but outside whit a decent car radio, no problem to receive Waddenzee.
Take a circle from 100 km a round Harlingen, in there you can receive Waddenzee.
Only at day time :D


I guess you're talking about when broadcasting from the Jenni Baynton.. - aren't you ?
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Postby big T » Fri Jul 29, 2011 6:11 pm

alec wrote:
I guess you're talking about when broadcasting from the Jenni Baynton.. - aren't you ?

No no Alec, just the base land transmitter.
I live 95 km from the transmitter, and you can listen to radio Waddenzee just whit a portable radio.
That is the same distance to Amsterdam :D
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