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Pahang FM is a radio station in Malaysia. Its slogan is One option. It is maintained by the State RTM Pahang. It was established in July 1966 by the Government of Malaysia. It is broadcast from Kuala Lumpur throughout several of the country's cities. Its main language is “Malay”. It broadcasts National Network (Bahasa Malaysia) and Blue Network (English).
In an effort to expand coverage in these areas, especially in Pahang, the station transmitting Kuala Lipis established in 1974 and completed in Depok on the year 1977. RTM, however transmission station in Jerantut AM 846 kHz is not connected to the RTM release Kuantan and eastern districts, with headquarters in Kuala Terengganu RTM instead just connect directly from the National Network RTM Kuala Lumpur. Stations Jerantut was closed in 1 April 1991. FM transmitting station was launched in Depok then connected to the RTM Kuantan broadcast. Recognizing the power transmission capacity in just 10 Kilowatt Station Kuantan, then set up FM transmitters in Bukit Pelindung Mono Kuantan at the end of the year 1990 and in turn Bentung Gunung Ulu Kali in 1991. With OLTE system (Optical Line Terminal) Installed on 15 October 1992. All broadcasts are received in monaural able to be followed in FM Stereo, almost the entire state can follow the traveling Pahang Kuantan.
- 104.1 MHz from Bukit Pelindung covers East Pahang (Kuantan, Pekan and Jengka) and South Terengganu (Kemaman and parts of Dungun)
- 107.5 MHz from Gunung Ulu Kali covers West Pahang (Genting Highlands, Temerloh, Bentong, Raub, Bera, Kuala Lipis, Merapoh and Bandar Tun Abdul Razak (Keratong)), Klang Valley (Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya), South Perak (Tanjung Malim, Slim River, Behrang, Sungkai, Trolak, Bidor, Tapah, Teluk Intan, Bagan Datoh, and parts of Manjung as well as Lumut), and Negeri Sembilan (Nilai, Mantin, Lenggeng, Simpang Durian, Simpang Pertang, parts of Seremban, Jelebu, Kuala Pilah, and Jempol)
- 92.7 MHz from Bukit Istana covers Jerantut and Ulu Tembeling
- 91.9 MHz from Kuala Rompin covers Rompin, and Pulau Tioman
- 100.3 MHz from Gunung Brinchang covers Cameron Highlands
- 92.0 MHz from Bukit Senggora covers Maran
- 88.0 MHz from Bukit Sembilan covers Bandar Muadzam Shah