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Radio La Voz de
San Antonio

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The following item is copyrighted 1996 by Takayuki Inoue Nozaki and Relampago DX. Itis placed here with his permission.

5645.8V Radio La Voz de San Antonio, Bambamarca; Thanks to a tip from Robert Wilkner via Mosquito Coast 212, this new frequency was also confirmed in Tokyo. I first observed it at 1147 on 13/03/96. The station drifted between 5645.97kHz and 5645.68kHz. On 10/04/96 ID was announced "Desde Bambamarca .... Radio La Voz de San Antonio en 5645kc banda de 60 metros onda corta." Note: When I visited Bambamarca in January 1995, the electricity has been supplied only in the local evening at 2300-0600. So Radio La Voz de San Antonio operated only at 2300-0500, not in the morning. The station uses the secondhand transmitter of Onda Popular. Its former nominal frequency is 6627.5kHz and its nominal power is 0.25kW (but modulated at 50%). Studio/transmitter plant is located at: Jr. Alfonso Ugarte 732, Bambamarca, Provincia de Hualgayoc, Departamento de Cajamarca.

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