Radio Antena Satelor

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Radio Antena Satelor
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Broadcast area Romania
SloganGlasul pământului românesc
Frequency153 kHz LW
First air date25 December 1991 (regional coverage)
1 March 2006 (national coverage)
FormatRural issues
AffiliationsEBU-UER
OwnerRomanian Radio Broadcasting Company
Sister stationsRRA, RRC, R3N, RRM, RRI
Webcasthttp://89.238.227.6:8042/listen.pls
Websitehttp://www.antenasatelor.ro/

Radio Antena Satelor (Radio Villages' Antenna) is the fifth state-owned radio station in Romania. It broadcasts seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

Frequencies[edit]

Longwave:

  • Bod  – 153 kHz (it covers Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Russia (The South of Russia), Georgia, Turkey, Bulgarian, Serbia, Hungary.[1] Hungary, Bulgaria and eastern region of Slovakia), Denmark (Aarhus ), transmitter power output (TPO) 200 kW

Medium-wave:

  • Urziceni  – 531 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 14 kW
  • Herastrau  – 603 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 400 kW
  • Voinesti  – 630 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 400 kW
  • Timisoara  – 1314 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 30 kW
  • Valu L.T.  – 1314 kHz, transmitter power output (TPO) 50 kW

Frequency modulation:

  • Comanesti  – 89.0 MHz, effective radiated power (ERP) 1 kW
  • Sulina  – 103.2 MHz, effective radiated power (ERP) 1 kW
  • Zalau  – 106.9 MHz, effective radiated power (ERP) 0.050 kW [2]

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