Norway becomes no-way for FM radio.....

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Re: Norway becomes no-way for FM radio.....

Postby kr0ne » 07 Sep 2015, 18:59

Haha yes!

I'll tak the high road and you'll tak the low road and I'll lose the FM afore ye........

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Re: Norway becomes no-way for FM radio.....

Postby MrWeetabix » 08 Sep 2015, 10:14

yeah, but the low road is much faster! Three-lanes of un-policed bliss :-p
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Re: Norway becomes no-way for FM radio.....

Postby bigbloke » 10 Sep 2015, 13:43

Farty wrote:DAB DXing is good fun!


on the national muxes maybe - but hereabouts when I boosted my car coverage to 5 muxes (24dB homebrew preamp and 1/4 wave whip on the van)
what I found was the same services e.g. Heart South Wales, Heart Wiltshire, Heart Somerset ! :-)

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Re: Norway becomes no-way for FM radio.....

Postby Farty » 10 Sep 2015, 22:57

That's commercial radio for you. I was thinking more of the near continental ones.
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