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Rene van der Meer from Thailand,Krabi 20.02.2016
we listen to kbc in southern thailand we love it
Frank Halaburak from Montreal, Canada 14.02.2016
listened to The Giant Jukebox ! Love it !
joŽl lintz from brumath (France) 14.02.2016
Hello ! Excellent programm on 6095 khz ! I like. I'll send you a reception report for confirmation by QSL card. With frienships. JoŽl http://lintz.chez-alice.fr/dxradio.html
Rainer from Stuttgart/Germany 14.02.2016
SUPER RADIOSHOW !!! Groetjes van Stuttgart/Duitsland, Rainer
R.B. Phillips from Massachusetts, USA 14.02.2016
Preferred rig for Saturday nights with Mighty KBC!
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Main Building in Nauen. It is the oldest building found in Germany. It was built for Telefunken in 1906 by Architect Hermann Muthesius. Until 1991 it was in use by Radio Berlin International.
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Overview of the control room in Nauen. It is situated in the oldest building found in Germany.
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Antenna 5 and transmitter building. On the right you see a landmark from old times. It is a piece of a Coax Balun left over when the antenna was in use by Radio Berlin International from the German Democratic Republic. The transmitter then was in a building on the right of the Balun. That building has been demolished.
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Optimod soundprocessing of transmitter 5
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Various antenna configurations of antenna 5. KBC uses configuration 501 for 6095 kHz which equals ITU antenna type 156.
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Transmitter 5 (6095 kHz)
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Spare tubes for Transmitter 5 (6095 kHz). It is a TH555A that is capable of generating an output power of 200 kW. However in transmitter 5 it is used at a maximum power of 100 kW resulting in an extra long lifetime for the tube.
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Antenna 5 in Nauen. This is the antenna that is used on sundays for 6095 kHZ. It blows you away all over Europe.
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Final Stage powertube of Transmitter 2 in Nauen
Jan Oosterveen from Heerde (Netherlands) 08.02.2016
Nauen Transmitters 1 and 2. Background (Right) Transmitter 1. Foreground (Left) transmitter 2. Transmitter 2 is used by KBC for transmissions to the Americas saturday night on 6040 kHz.
Ferruccio IZ1096SWL from Bra - northwest of Italy 07.02.2016
My tiny shack - Grundig WR5401, my SWL/BCL logbook and a good sunday afternoon with The Mighty KBC music. Outstanding signal even with the small receiver and the built-in antenna.
Peter from The Netherlands 07.02.2016
Conrad retro self made radio.
Thomas from Germany - Bavaria 07.02.2016
My "Frog" and a nice Sunday.Thanks for perfect Sound!
Ralf, DFKR from Detmold, Germany 07.02.2016
The photo says it all: S9+20dB - S9+40dB (slight QRM), Radio 5 with an Icom IC-735 and a 7.5m vertical dipole here in Detmold. Great program too...
Peter homan from The Netherlands 31.01.2016
Deze Westminster toiletrolhouder ontvangt alleen AM. Dus genieten van KBC ook op de plee :)
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