RSL (Restricted Service License) Transmissions [United Kingdom]
Under British legislation it is possible to obtain a license to broadcast for special occasions with limited transmitting power (1 Watt!) for a maximum period of 28 days, either on Medium Wave or on VHF (FM). During the past few years there have been various RSL-ventures, the bestknown of which are those by Radio Caroline and Radio London. I must still have recordings of older ones, and when I dig these out, I will include them here. In August 1999 there also were RSL-transmissions by Swinging Radio England (1566 kHz), which I did not receive, due to a Dutch pirate-station on the same frequency)...
|1278 kHz (Queenborough) (August 9, 1997), selection|
|1503 kHz (Southend) (August 13, 1999, 05:50 UTC)|
|1584 kHz (Dover) (December 24, 1994), selection|
|1503 kHz (Harwich) (October 1, 2000)|
Radio London (Big L)
|1134 kHz (Clacton-on-Sea) (July 21, 1997), selection|
|1143 kHz (Clacton-on-Sea) (August 25, 2000)|
Radio Northsea International
|1575 kHz (Clacton-on-Sea), August 8, 1999, selection|
|1575 kHz (Frinton-on-Sea) (May 4, 2000)|
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