It was a beautiful Christmas Eve morning in Grimeton, Sweden with clear, dry weather and with a temperature of -6C. Many visitors had come to the transmission hall to enjoy coffee, cake and Swedish ginger snaps, as they were watching the activities with starting and running the old radio transmitter SAQ. The “old lady” was in a very good mood and we had a flawless startup and transmission. The conditions was very good with the dry and cold weather and the signal was strong, as can be seen on the diagram from the Kiel longwave monitor.
Report updated 2019-02-17:
Here is the FINAL SUMMARY REPORT ON TRANSMISSION FROM GRIMETON RADIO/SAQ ON 17,2 KHZ.
In total, we have received 349 listener reports (whereof 4 unheard) from 28 countries. We are very grateful for all the fantastic reports from listeners around the world – Thank You!
Please also view our Interactive Map with all received listener reports from our recent transmissions.
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The transmission was also live streamed on our YouTube Channel, which had well over 500 viewers during the transmission – fantastic! Please enjoy: