January 31, 2023

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Via Southgate: Algerian broadcaster causing interference to radio amateurs

DARC report the broadcast station Télédiffusion d’Algerie has been causing interference to the 21 MHz primary amateur radio band

A translation of the DARC post reads:

Algerian radio is now broadcasting in the early evening hours at 21450 kHz with the lower sideband of its A3E signal in the 15 m band. Bandwatch has already involved the German Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) in order to effect a frequency change.

Télédiffusion d’Algerie recently attracted negative attention with its morning broadcasts on 7200 kHz. There, too, the transmitter radiates into an exclusive amateur radio band with the lower sideband.

This is reported by Daniel Möller, DL3RTL, head of the band watch.

Source DARC https://darc.de/

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