About this site

Dear friends of amplitude-modulated radio-frequency,

our German radio stations with long-, medium-, and short-wave range have been switched off, even worse, largely destroyed.

DAB+ is the order of the day, whether we like it or not. During the day, the medium wave is no longer a radio band, but only a frequency range for broadband interference. Now there are a few Davids against Goliath, who operate small transmitters in Germany with special permission, so that at least in their closer distance also older, functionable radio sets can be used.

In addition, AM transmitters on the LMS bands provide people interested in radio technology with an easy introduction to the subject of “radio”, both in terms of technical understanding and the chance of success with self-built equipment.

The website has set itself the task of providing information about all German long-, medium-, and short-wave stations currently operation.

We need your support!

Do you know a station which is not listed here yet? Do you have pictures or additional information about stations we already have on the website?

Contact us:

With the best regards
Ralph Oppelt (DL2NDO), Jan Welker (DO8DX) and Lisa Schürmann

1 thought on “About this site”

  1. I can hear a station in german in belarus 20.00-21.00 utc ,supposedly hcjb from germany,on short wave approximately on 5920 khz,but may be it is other german station ,and not hcjb.i also received this station 19.00-20.00 utc and may be 21.00-22.00utc.and i do not know frequency. I also received short wave radio from germany 19.00-21.00 utc,6160 khz,every day.

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