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2 MAY 2010-WWCR and sister station WNQM are OFF-AIR due to power outage and flooding. Nashville, Tennessee is recovering from 18 inches of rainfall in 2 days. We appreciate your patience and request your prayers for employees and friends of these stations, many of whom have suffered tremendous personal loss. Further details will be posted here as they become available.
UPDATE : May 5, 2010 : I did not receive Alex Jones on 12.160 MHz using my Grundig G8 receiver for 2 days so far. I don't know if WWCR went off air permanantly or they are having an issue with their transmitter. I will check for the updates.
UPDATE: July 11, 2010: Alex Jones can be heard on the new frequency on Sundays on 9350 kHz. Be sure to add this frequency to your WWCR
presets. More coming soon.
UPDATE: December 27, 2010, Today we had a real bad snow storm that hit the Eastern part of the United States. I would recommend that you take time off and plug and power up your shortwave radio to hear the weather reports on SSB (frequencies will be available soon) and Ham radio conversations in the 160, 80, and 40 meter bands. Also hear some broadcasters such as Radio Havana Cuba, Radio China International, and other stations in the 49 meter band. This storm is going away, but there will be more ahead soon. And Happy New Year!
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everyone should have a receiver @ least, of course the "real" dirt will be heavily encrypted, but these freq's will @ least give one a head's up if the chatter gets heavy, and now a days w/ the rampant incompetence in the system, who knows, somebody may start blowing the whistle on air ;)
Awesome info "Hollyweed" - "Thanks so much for sharing" - I have a Shortwave Grundig radio but can only "listen" -- warmest regards . . . 14300
Here are the shortwave frequencies for military command and control:
FEMA preparing for something horrible to do to the citizens here are those frequencies also:
Lower band during the night, higher band during the day. Chatter is heavy lately, expect more in the following days
Comment by Ed just now Delete Comment im in-i love it-now yall talking CB rite- i need 2 know cause i am new - however i do own 2 dual crystal sets that i bought and have not used yet and they are 4 years old.still in the wrapper.i need to build a Farady cage then get ready with the rest.I do have 5 and 1 home BASE UHF-Like a taxi radio and i have 4 CB,s - Im also looking for a tube Ham trans or Reciever.-I found out that anything with a chip will fry on an EMP and tubes wont but a Faraday cage will protect everything.SO Please tell me im on the right track? Thanks yall. - AND `GOD open our eyes and ears so when the time comes we will be able to help and be there when the time comes---E
Big hug. Thanks for letting me join up.
The RF problems I'm dealing with in my RV are to the point of thinking about going over to an FTA dish connected to a portable flat screen TV. I would welcome any portable antenna ideas that would allow me to have my SWR on a shelf in my RV home-office.
Any SWR full time RV'ers out here.
Hi thank you im a stoopid newbie forgive me
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