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It is not very often that you can hear a new HF shortwave radio station sign on the air. WTWW, a new International Shortwave Radio facility just outside of Nashville, TN is launching a new transmitter this Saturday with a broadcast we are calling 'This Is Only A Test' starting at 4 pm Central Standard Time. 
This is a 100,000 watt transmitter running into a full size rhombic antenna. This is a global radio event with radios being tuned in all over the world.

The QSO Radio Show has requested that we could air this broadcast as a amateur radio event to promote amateur radio along with shortwave listening. Why? Well, the shortwave listening audience is huge.
The typical shortwave radio listener is a great potential candidate for amateur radio.

There are more than 1.5 billion shortwave receivers in use worldwide, the BBC estimates that at any given moment, over 200 million sets are tuned to shortwave broadcasts.

This is the second time WTWW has allowed us to conduct this kind of broadcast on a powerful new shortwave facility.

The purpose of this broadcast is to demonstrate HF communications and to put radio amateurs on the air to a worldwide audience to tell their story.

This is not a commercial venture in any way.
So spread the word to all of your amateur radio friends and call us on Saturday on "This Is Only A Test" and talk to the world about Amateur Radio!

Thanks and 73
Ted Randall
YOU ARE INVITED TO SHARE THE MAGIC OF HF BROADCASTING AND AMATEUR RADIO TO A WORLD WIDE LISTENING AUDIENCE.
YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL IN AND SHARE WITH A HUGE GLOBAL RADIO AUDIENCE.WHAT YOU LOVE ABOUT AMATEUR RADIOYOUR FAVORITE MODES KHZYOUR LOCAL AMATEUR RADIO CLUB AND ITS ACTIVITIESYOUR PERSONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN AMATEUR RADIO

THIS SATURDAY Feb 11 at 4 PM CENTRAL
FROM 4 – 6 PM / 2200 - 2400 UTC THE FREQUENCY IS 9990 KHZFROM 6 – 10 PM / 2400 - 0400 UTC THE FREQUENCY IS 5085 KHZ
THE CALL IN NUMBER IS 615-547-9520

SOURCE: 
Southgate Amateur Radio News logo 



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