Friday, September 4, 2015

SOUTH AFRICA Magic 828, Cape Town - 828 kHz

Magic 828, Cape Town is transmitting on 828 kHz (25 kw) with a test broadcast of classic hits and pre-recorded station identification announcements - an excellent signal here in Fish Hoek at the moment. 


Recorded at 1830 UTC this evening: 

Erecting the Magic 828 antenna mast, situated at Klipheuwel, Western Cape (photographs courtesy Vaughan Taylor).

1 comment:

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