RNZI 11725 kHz AM

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datainmotion

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RNZI often uses our "National Radio" as a programme source, so what you are hearing is a domestic service. Schedules are here....http://www.rnzi.com/pages/schedules.php....not forgetting the UTC time difference which is why you get "Hymns on Sunday" on Saturday! We are 13hours ahead of UTC at the moment.
Thanks Martin. I'm looking forward to lstening to more in the future.

Mike
 

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DiM, yes Radio Aus and RNZI are always really solid to the west coast of the USA. I have no doubt that they can reach the mid-west and probably the east coast.

They're usually S9+20db in the PacNW.
 

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PacNW? I guess you mean the PacNW of the US? I doubt if there are many RNZI listeners in the NW of the Pac! :)
 

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Always a good signal and good audio on the east coast. MidAtlantic region. Always get a little confused when they are telling you about Sunday and its still saturday...but remember I confuse easy.. :)

Sal
 

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Any of you guys tried RNZI's DRM signal? His signal is never strong enough for me to decode, the only one I get regularly is All-India Radio in the early morning.
 
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