A unique opportunity to receive SAQ has emerged!Eventhough the Alexanderson alternator from 1924 did perform well on Christmas Eve morning on Dec 24th, we would like to learn more about how to tune the transmitter optimally. So, on December 27th,
A roaring machine, morse code and Irish folk music – celebrate the UN Day of October 24 at the World Heritage Site Grimeton! Man’s quest for contacts and faster relationships between each other is tireless. A proof of this are
A fantastic opportunity to visit a living world heritage! During the summer, the Alexander association is arranging guided evening tours of the radio station and the old Alexanderson transmitter, including a start-up of the transmitter – a unique and fantastic
The Alexander association was founded by earlier employees at the radio station and by persons interested in industry and culture history in order to keep and bring to life the old technique.
Come to the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station this summer, a fantastic site to visit! The Alexanderson Day will take place on July 3rd (Sunday), 2016. A full day event (detailed schedule will be posted on this web site about
New record in listener’s reports from the 2015 Christmas transmission.
Click here to view the map in full screen mode. Use the map to discover our listeners’ reports from our official transmissions. Here is how it works: Use the + / – to zoom into the map. Click any marker
Make a “virtual” visit to us, if you don’t have the opportunity to come here, or to get a taste – before the trip to Grimeton.
See how the transmitter is started up and how a message is sent out into the ether.