Submission to the Shortwave Archive Part 5: Voice of Turkey

Friday, February 19, 2016
One of my favourite morning signals is the Voice of Turkey's 15350 kHz transmission. Starting at 0700 UTC and concluding at 1400 UTC (yes, seven hours of uninterrupted programming on one frequency!), it sounds excellent all the way through, thanks to the 500 kW signal directed towards Western Europe from their transmitters at Emirler.

Voice of Turkey transmitters at Emirler, Turkey
Below is a recording of the station made in London, UK on February 18, 2016 at 0900 UTC, on the frequency of 15350 kHz using a Lowe HF-150 radio with Lowe PR-150 preselector and a Wellbrook ALA1530S+ antenna.

Click here to download the recording // Link to the original SRAA submission

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