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Ostatnia aktualizacja: / Last updated :

2017.09.25

 

LISTA AUDYCJI NADAWANYCH NA FALACH KRÓTKICH

SHORTWAVE BROADCAST LIST

 

Obszar nadawania:                                                                                                 Target areas:

Europa + audycje z innych obszarów nadawania odbierane w Polsce            Europe + other stations reception in Poland

 

 

Okres / Season:

A17

2017.03.26 - 2017.10.28

 

 

LISTA AUDYCJI NADAWANYCH NA FALACH KRÓTKICH DLA EUROPY W OKRESIE: A17
w formacie TXT

SHORTWAVE BROADCAST LIST FOR EUROPE IN SEASON: A17

in TXT format

Ostatnia aktualizacja: / Last updated:

2017.09.25

 


 

DO LISTY / FOR LIST:

 

OPIS SKRÓTÓW:

 

KRA – KRAJ radiostacji – skrót składający się z 1, 2 lub 3 liter

 

STACJA – STACJA radiowa - nazwa podana w języku angielskim lub narodowym

 

JĘZ – JĘZYK audycji

 

CZAS – CZAS nadawania (początek–koniec) według czasu UTC/GMT

              Okresy:

              „A” – okres letni. W tym okresie w wielu krajach obowiązuje czas letni.

              W krajach środkowoeuropejskich jest to Czas Środkowoeuropejski Letni (CEST);         CEST = UTC/GMT + 2 godziny

              „B” – okres zimowy. W tym okresie w wielu krajach obowiązuje czas zimowy.

              W krajach środkowoeuropejskich jest to Czas Środkowoeuropejski (Zimowy) (CET);     CET = UTC/GMT + 1 godzina

 

CZĘS – CZĘSTOTLIWOŚĆ w kHz

 

CEL – CEL (obszar nadawania)

 

UWAGI – UWAGI, dodatkowe informacje

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ABBREVIATIONS:

 

COU – COUNTRY of radio broadcasting station – abbreviation (code) containing 1, 2 or 3 letters

 

STATION – STATION - name of radio broadcasting STATION in English or national language

 

LAN – LANGUAGE of broadcast

 

TIME – TIME of broadcast (start-stop) in UTC/GMT Time

              Seasons:

              „A” – Summer Season. In this period, in many countries is summertime.

              In Central-European countries it is Central Europe Summer Time (CEST).   CEST = UTC/GMT + 2 hours

              “B” – Winter Season. In this period, in many countries is wintertime.

              In Central-European countries it is Central Europe Time (CET).                     CET = UTC/GMT + 1 hours

 

FREQ – FREQUENCY in kHz

 

TAR – TARGET area codes

 

REMARKS – REMARKS, additional information

 

 

 

SZCZEGÓŁOWY OPIS SKRÓTÓW / DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE ABBREVIATIONS

 

PAŃSTWA     -     COUNTRIES

 

KRA – KRAJ radiostacji

            Po lewej stronie skrót nazwy kraju składający się zazwyczaj z 1, 2 lub 3 liter.

            Po prawej stronie pełna nazwa kraju podana w języku angielskim lub narodowym.

 

COU – COUNTRY of radio broadcasting station.

            On the left side is abbreviation (code) of name country containing 1, 2 or 3 letters.

            On the right side is full name country in English or national language.

 

Lista państw / List of countries

 

   ABW Aruba

   AFG Afghanistan

   AFS South Africa

   AGL Angola

   AIA Anguilla

   ALB Albania

   ALG Algeria

   ALS Alaska

   AMS Saint Paul & Amsterdam Is.

   AND Andorra

   AOE Western Sahara

   ARG Argentina

   ARM Armenia

   ARS Saudi Arabia

   ASC Ascension Island

   ATA Antarctica

   ATG Antigua and Barbuda

   AUS Australia

   AUT Austria

   AZE Azerbaijan

   AZR Azores

   B   Brasil

   BAH Bahamas

   BDI Burundi

   BEL Belgium

   BEN Benin

   BER Bermuda

   BES Bonaire, St Eustatius, Saba (Dutch islands in the Caribbean)

   BFA Burkina Faso

   BGD Bangla Desh

   BHR Bahrain

   BIH Bosnia-Herzegovina

   BIO Chagos Is.

   BLM Saint-Barthelemy

   BLR Belarus

   BLZ Belize

   BOL Bolivia

   BOT Botswana

   BOV Bouvet

   BRB Barbados

   BRU Brunei Darussalam

   BTN Bhutan

   BUL Bulgaria

   CAB Cabinda

   CAF Central African Republic

   CAN Canada

   CBG Cambodia

   CEU Ceuta

   CGO Republic of Congo (capital Brazzaville)

   CHL Chile

   CHN China (People’s Republic)

   CHR Christmas Island (Indian Ocean)

   CKH Cook Island (South) (Rarotonga)

   CLA Clandestine stations

   CLM Colombia

   CLN Sri Lanka

   CLP Clipperton

   CME Cameroon

   CNR Canary Islands

   COD Democratic Republic of Congo (capital Kinshasa)

   COM Comores

   CPV Cape Verde Islands

   CRO Crozet Island

   CTI Ivory Coast

   CTR Costa Rica

   CUB Cuba

   CUW Curacao

   CVA Vatican State

   CYM Cayman Islands

   CYP Cyprus

   CZE Czech Republic

   D   Germany

   DJI Djibouti

   DMA Dominica

   DNK Denmark

   DOM Dominican Republic

   E   Spain

   EGY Egypt

   EQA Ecuador

   ERI Eritrea

   EST Estonia

   ETH Ethiopia

   EUR Iles Europe & Bassas da India

   F   France

   FIN Finland

   FJI Fiji

   FLK Falkland Islands

   FRO Faroe Islands

   FSM Federated States of Micronesia

   G   Great Britain and Northern Ireland

   GAB Gabon

   GEO Georgia

   GHA Ghana

   GIB Gibraltar

   GLP Guadeloupe

   GMB Gambia

   GNB Guinea-Bissau

   GNE Equatorial Guinea

   GPG Galapagos

   GRC Greece

   GRD Grenada

   GRL Greenland

   GTB Guantanamo Bay

   GTM Guatemala

   GUF French Guyana

   GUI Guinea

   GUM Guam

   GUY Guyana

   HKG Hong Kong, part of China

   HMD Heard & McDonald Islands

   HND Honduras

   HNG Hungary

   HRV Croatia

   HTI Haiti

   HWA Hawaii

   HWL Howland & Baker

   I   Italy

   ICO Cocos Island

   IND India

   INS Indonesia

   IRL Ireland

   IRN Iran

   IRQ Iraq

   ISL Iceland

   ISR Israel

   IW  International Waters

   IWA Ogasawara

   J   Japan

   JAF Jarvis Island

   JDN Juan de Nova

   JMC Jamaica

   JMY Jan Mayen

   JON Johnston Atoll

   JOR Jordan

   JUF Juan Fernandez Island

   KAL Kaliningrad

   KAZ Kazakstan / Kazakhstan

   KEN Kenya

   KER Kerguelen

   KGZ Kyrgyzstan

   KIR Kiribati

   KNA St Kitts and Nevis

   KOR Korea, South (Republic)

   KRE Korea, North (Democratic People’s Republic)

   KWT Kuwait

   LAO Laos

   LBN Lebanon

   LBR Liberia

   LBY Libya

   LCA Saint Lucia

   LIE Liechtenstein

   LSO Lesotho

   LTU Lithuania

   LUX Luxembourg

   LVA Latvia

   MAC Macao

   MAF St Martin

   MAU Mauritius

   MCO Monaco

   MDA Moldova

   MDG Madagascar

   MDR Madeira

   MDW Midway Islands

   MEL Melilla

   MEX Mexico

   MHL Marshall Islands

   MKD Macedonia (F.Y.R.)

   MLA Malaysia

   MLD Maldives

   MLI Mali

   MLT Malta

   MMR Myanmar (Burma)

   MNE Montenegro

   MNG Mongolia

   MOZ Mozambique

   MRA Northern Mariana Islands

   MRC Morocco

   MRN Marion & Prince Edward Islands

   MRQ Marquesas Islands

   MRT Martinique

   MSR Montserrat

   MTN Mauritania

   MWI Malawi

   MYA Myanmar (Burma)

   MYT Mayotte

   NCG Nicaragua

   NCL New Caledonia

   NFK Norfolk Island

   NGR Niger

   NIG Nigeria

   NIU Niue

   NLD Netherlands

   NMB Namibia

   NOR Norway

   NPL Nepal

   NRU Nauru

   NZL New Zealand

   OCE French Polynesia

   OMA Oman

   PAK Pakistan

   PAQ Easter Island

   PHL Philippines

   PHX Phoenix Is.

   PLM Palmyra Island

   PLW Palau

   PNG Papua New Guinea

   PNR Panama

   POL Poland

   POR Portugal

   PRG Paraguay

   PRU Peru

   PRV Okino-Tori-Shima

   PSE Palestine

   PTC Pitcairn

   PTR Puerto Rico

   QAT Qatar

   REU La Réunion

   ROD Rodrigues

   ROU Romania

   RRW Rwanda

   RUS Russian Federation

   S   Sweden

   SAP San Andres & Providencia

   SDN Sudan

   SEN Senegal

   SEY Seychelles

   SGA South Georgia Islands

   SHN Saint Helena

   SLM Solomon Islands

   SLV El Salvador

   SMA Samoa (American)

   SMO Samoa

   SMR San Marino

   SNG Singapore

   SOK South Orkney Islands

   SOM Somalia

   SPM Saint Pierre et Miquelon

   SPR Spratly Islands

   SRB Serbia

   SRL Sierra Leone

   SSD South Sudan

   SSI South Sandwich Islands

   STP Sao Tome & Principe

   SUI Switzerland

   SUR Suriname

   SVB Svalbard

   SVK Slovakia

   SVN Slovenia

   SWZ Swaziland

   SXM Sint Maarten

   SYR Syria

   TCA Turks and Caicos Islands

   TCD Tchad

   TGO Togo

   THA Thailand

   TJK Tajikistan

   TKL Tokelau

   TKM Turkmenistan

   TLS Timor-Leste

   TON Tonga

   TRC Tristan da Cunha

   TRD Trinidad and Tobago

   TUA Tuamotu Archipelago

   TUN Tunisia

   TUR Turkey

   TUV Tuvalu

   TWN Taiwan

   TZA Tanzania

   UAE United Arab Emirates

   UGA Uganda

   UKR Ukraine

   UN  United Nations

   URG Uruguay

   USA United States of America

   UZB Uzbekistan

   VCT Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

   VEN Venezuela

   VIR American Virgin Islands

   VRG British Virgin Islands

   VTN Vietnam

   VUT Vanuatu

   WAK Wake Island

   WAL Wallis and Futuna

   XUU Unidentified

   YEM Yemen

   ZMB Zambia

   ZWE Zimbabwe

 

   PIR Pirate (Free Radio)

 

 

 

 

JĘZYKI     -     LANGUAGES

 

JĘZ – JĘZYK audycji

            Po lewej stronie skrót nazwy języka składający się zazwyczaj z 1, 2 lub 3 liter.

            Po prawej stronie pełna nazwa języka podana w języku angielskim lub narodowym.

            W nawiasie kwadratowym podano państwa, w których język jest używany.

 

LAN – LANGUAGE of broadcast

            On the left side is abbreviation (code) of name language containing 1, 2 or 3 letters.

            On the right side is full name of language in English or national language.

            In square bracket are countries where language is use.

 

Lista języków / List of languages

 

   -CW Morse Station

   -TS Time Signal Station
   -MX Music

   A   Arabic [ALB, ALG, BHR, EGY, IRQ, JOR, KWT, LBN, LBY, MRC, OMA, QAT, ARS, SYR, TUN, U.A.E., YEM]

   AB  Abkhaz [Georgia-Abkhazia]

   AC  Aceh [Indonesia-Sumatera]

   ACH Achang (Ngac’ang) [BRM, China South]

   AD  Adygea (Adyghe, Circassian) [Russia-Caucasus]

   ADI Adi [India-Assam, Arunachal Pr.]

   AF  Afrikaans [Africa South, Namibia]

   AFA Afar [Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea]

   AFG Afghan (Pashto and Dari) [Afghanistan]

   AH  Amharic [Ethiopia]

   AJ  Adja (Aja-Gbe) [Benin, Togo]

   AK  Akha [Myanmar (Burma), China-Yunnan]

   AL  Albanian [Albania, Macedonia]

   ALG Algerian (Arabic) [Algeria]

   AM  Amoy [China South, Taiwan, Asia South East]

   AMD Amdo Tibetan [Tibet, Qinghai, Gansu, Sichuan]

   Ang Angelus programme of Vatican Radio

   AR  Armenian [Armenia, USA, RUS, GEO, SYR, LBN, IRN, EGY]

   ARO Aromanian (Vlach) [Greece, Albania, Macedonia]

   ARU Arunachal Languages [India]

   ASS Assamese [India-Assam]

   ASY Assyrian (Syriac, Neo-Aramic] [Iraq, Iran, Syria]

   ATS Atsi (Zaiwa) [Myanmar (Burma), China]

   Aud Papal Audience (Vatican Radio)

   AV  Avar [Dagestan, Russia South]

   AW  Awadhi [India North & Central]

   AY  Aymara [Bolivia]

   AZ  Azeri (Azerbaijani) [Azerbaijan]

   BAD Badaga [India-Tamil Nadu]

   BAG Bagri [India, Pakistan]

   BAI Bai [China-Yunnan]

   BAJ Bajau [Malaysia-Sabah]

   BAL Balinese [Indonesia-Bali]

   BAN Banjar (Banjarese) [Indonesia-Kalimantan]

   BAO Baoule [Cote d'Ivoire]

   BAR Bari [Sudan South]

   BAS Bashkir (Bashkort) [Russia-Bashkortostan]

   BAY Bayash (Boyash) (gypsy dialect of Romanian) [Serbia, Croatia]

   BB  Braj Bhasa (Braj Bhasha, Brij) [India-Rajasthan]

   BC  Baluchi [Pakistan]

   BE  Bengali (Bangla) [Bangladesh, India]

   BED Bedawiyet (Bedawi, Beja) [Sudan]

   BEM Bemba [Zambia]

   BGL Bagheli [India North]

   BH  Bhili [India-Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat]

   BHN Bahnar [Vietnam]

   BHT Bhatri [India]

   BI  Bilen (Bile) [Eritrea-Keren]

   BID Bidayuh languages [Malaysia-Sarawak]

   BIS Bisaya [Malaysia-Sarawak, Sabah, Brunei]

   BJ  Bhojpuri (Bihari) [India, Nepal]

   BK  Balkarian [Russia-Caucasus]

   BLK Balkan Romani [Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia]

   BLT Balti [Pakistan NE]

   BM  Bambara (Bamanankan) [Mali]

   BNA Borana Oromo (Afgan Oromo) [Ethiopia]

   BNG Bangala (Mbangala) [Angola Central]

   BNI Baniua (Baniwa) [Brazil-Amazonas]

   BNJ Banjari (Banjara, Gormati, Lambadi) [India]

   BNT Bantawa [Nepal]

   BON Bondo [India-Odisha]

   BOR Boro (Bodo) [India-Assam]

   BOS Bosnian [Bosnia-Hercegovina]

   BR  Burmese (Barma, Myanmar) [Burma (Myanmar)]

   BRA Brahui [Pakistan, Afghanistan]

   BRB Bariba (Baatonum) [Benin, Nigeria]

   BRU Bru [Laos, Vietnam]

   BSL Bislama [Vanuatu]

   BT  Black Tai (Tai Dam) [Vietnam]

   BTK Batak-Toba [Indonesia-Sumatra]

   BU  Bulgarian [Bulgaria]

   BUG Bugis (Buginese) [Indonesia-Sulawesi]

   BUK Bukharian (Bukhori) [Israel, Uzbekistan]

   BUN Bundeli (Bundelkhandi, Bundelkandi) [India-Uttar]

   BUR Buryat [Russia-Buryatia - Lake Baikal]

   BY  Byelorussian (Belarusian) [Belarus, Poland, Ukraine]

   C   Chinese (not further specified) [China]

   CA  Cantonese (Yue) [China, Hong Kong, Malaysia]

   CC  Chaochow [China, Thailand]

   CD  Chowdary (Chaudhry, Chodri) [India-Gujarat]

   CEB Cebuano [Philippines]

   CH  Chin (not further specified) [Burma (Myanmar)]

   C-A Chin-Asho [Burma (Myanmar)]

   C-D Chin-Daai [Burma (Myanmar)]

   C-F Chin-Falam (Halam) [Burma (Myanmar), Bangladesh, India]

   C-H Chin-Haka [Burma (Myanmar)]

   CHA Cha'palaa (Chachi) [Ecuador]

   CHE Chechen [Russia-Chechenya]

   CHG Chhattisgarhi [India]

   CHI Chitrali (Khowar) [Pakistan North West]

   C-K Chin-Khumi [Burma (Myanmar)]

   C-M Chin-Mro [Burma (Myanmar)]

   C-O Chin-Thado (Thadou-Kuki) [India]

   CHR Chrau [Vietnam]

   CHU Chuwabu [Mozambique]

   C-T Chin-Tidim [Burma (Myanmar), India]

   C-Z Chin-Zomin (Zomi-Chin) [Burma (Myanmar), India-Manipur]

   CKM Chakma [India, Bangladesh]

   CKW Chokwe [Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo]

   COF Cofan [Ecuador, Colombia]

   COK Cook Islands Maori (Rarotongan) [Cook Islands (free association with New Zealand)]

   CR  Creole (Haitian) [Haiti]

   CRU Chru [Vietnam]

   CT  Catalan [Spain, Andorra]

   CV  Chuvash [Russia-Chuvashia]

   CW  Chewa (Chichewa, Nyanja, Chinyanja) [Malawi, MOZ, ZMB]

   CZ  Czech [Czech Republic]

   D   German [Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Belgium?]

   D-P Lower German [Germany Northern, USA]

   DA  Danish [Denmark]

   DAO Dao [Vietnam]

   DAR Dargwa (Dargin) [Russia-Dagestan]

   DD  Dhodiya (Dhodia) [India-Gujarat]

   DEC Deccan (Deccani, Desi) [India-Maharashtra]

   DEG Degar (Montagnard) [Vietnam]

   DEN Dendi [Benin]

   DEO Deori [India-Assam]

   DES Desiya (Deshiya) [India-Odisha]

   DH  Dhivehi [Maldives]

   DI  Dinka [South Sudan]

   DIM Dimasa (Dhimasa) [India]

   DIT Ditamari [Benin]

   DO  Dogri-Kangri [India North]

   DR  Dari (Eastern Farsi) [Afghanistan, Pakistan]

   DU  Dusun [Malaysia-Sabah]

   DUN Dungan [Kyrgyzstan]

   DY  Dyula (Jula) [Burkina, Ivory Coast, Mali]

   DZ  Dzongkha [Bhutan]

   E   English [United Kingdom, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Ireland...]

   EC  Eastern Cham [Vietnam]

   EGY Egyptian Arabic [Egypt]

   EO  Esperanto [International language]

   ES  Estonian [Estonia]

   EWE Ewe [Ghana, Togo]

   F   French [France, Luxembourg, Monaco, Canada, Belgium?, Switzerland]

   FA  Faroese [Faroe Islands]

   FI  Finnish [Finland]

   FJ  Fijian [Fiji Islands]

   FON Fon (Fongbe) [Benin]

   FP  Filipino [Philippines]

   FS  Farsi (Iranian Persian) [Iran]

   FT  Fiote (Vili) [Rep. Congo, Gabon]

   FU  Fulani (Fulfulde) [NIG, NGR, BFA]

   FUJ FutaJalon (Pular) [Guinea]

   FUR Fur [Sudan]

   GA  Garhwali [India]

   GAG Gagauz [Moldova]

   GAR Garo [India]

   GD  Greenlandic Inuktikut [Greenland]

   GE  Georgian [Georgia]

   GI  Gilaki [Iran]

   GJ  Gujari (Gojri) [India NW, Pakistan]

   GL  Galicic (Gallego) [Spain]

   GM  Gamit [India-Gujarat]

   GNG Gurung (Easter and Wetern) [Nepal]

   GO  Gorontalo [Indonesia]

   GON Gondi [India]

   GR  Greek [Greece, Cyprus]

   GU  Gujarati [India]

   GUA Guaraní [Paraguay]

   GUR Gurage (Guragena) [Ethiopia]

   GZ  Ge'ez (Geez) (liturgic language of Ethiopia) [Ethiopia]

   HA  Haussa [Nigeria, Niger, Benin]

   HAD Hadiya [Ethiopia]

   HAR Haryanvi (Bangri, Harayanvi, Hariyanvi) [India]

   HAS Hassinya/Hassaniya [Mauritania]

   HB  Hebrew [Israel]

   HD  Hindko (Northern and Southern) [Pakistan]

   HI  Hindi [India]

   HK  Hakka [China South, TWN, Malaysia]

   HM  Hmong (Miao languages) [China S, Vietnam N, Laos N, USA]

   HMA Hmar [India]

   HMB Hmong-Blue (Njua) [Laos, Thailand]

   HMQ Hmong (Northern Qiandong, Black Hmong) [China]

   HMW Hmong-White (Daw) [Vietnam, Laos, China S]

   HN  Hani [China South]

   HO  Ho [India]

   HR  Croatian (Hrvatski) [Croatia, BIH, Serbia]

   HRE Hre [Vietnam]

   HU  Hungarian [Hungary]

   HUI Hui (Huizhou) [China-Anhui]

   HZ  Hazaragi [Afghanistan, Iran]

   I   Italian [Italy, San Marino]

   IB  Iban [Malaysia]

   IF  Ifč (Ife) [Togo, Benin]

   IG  Igbo (Ibo) [Nigeria]

   ILC Ilocano [Philippines]

   ILG Ilonggo [Philippines]

   IN  Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) [Indonesia]

   INU Inuktikut [Canada]

   IRQ Iraqi Arabic [Iraq, Iran, Syria]

   IS  Icelandic [Iceland]

   ISA Isan (Northeastern Thai) [Thailand]

   J   Japanese [Japan]

   JEH Jeh [Vietnam, Laos]

   JG  Jingpho [Burma (Myanmar)]

   JOR Jordanian Arabic [Jordan]

   JR  Jarai (Giarai, Jra) [Vietnam]

   JU  Juba (Arabic) [South Sudan]

   JV  Javanese [Indonesia-Java]

   K   Korean [Korea]

   KA  Karen (unspecified) [Burma]

   K-G Karen-Geba [Burma]

   K-K Karen-Geko (Gekho) [Burma]

   K-P Karen-Pao (Black Karen, Pa’o) [Burma]

   K-S Karen-Sgaw (S’gaw) [Burma, Thailand

   K-W Karen-Pwo [Myanmar (Burma)]

   KAD Kadazan [Malaysia-Sabah]

   KAL Kalderash Romani (Dialect of Vlax) [Romania]

   KAB Kabardian [Russia-Caucasus, Turkey]

   KAM Kambaata [Ethiopia]

   KAN Kannada [India]

   KAO Kaonde [Zambia]

   KAR Karelian [Russia-Karelia, Finland]

   KAT Katu [Vietnam]

   KAU Kau Bru (Riang) [India]

   KAY Kayan [Burma]

   KB  Kabyle [Algeria]

   KBO Kok Borok (Tripuri) [India]

   KC  Kachin (Jingpho) [Burma]

   KG  Kyrgyz (Kirghiz) [Kyrgystan, China]

   KH  Khmer [Cambodia, Vietnam]

   KHA Kham (Khams, Eastern) (China North East - Tibet)

   KHM Khmu [Laos, Vietnam]

   KHR Kharia (Khariya) [India]

   KHS Khasi (Kahasi) [India]

   KHT Khota [India]

   KIM Kimwani [Mozambique]

   KIN Kinnauri (Kinori) [India]

   KiR KiRundi [Burundi]

   KK  KiKongo (Kongo) [Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola]

   KKN Kukna [India]

   KMB Kimbundu (Mbundu, Luanda) [Angola]

   KMY Kumyk [Russia]

   KND Khandesi [India]

   KNK KinyaRwanda-KiRundi service of the Voice of America / BBC

   KNU Kanuri [Nigeria, Chad, Niger]

   KNY Konyak Naga [India]

   KOH Koho (Kohor) [Vietnam]

   KOK Kokang Shan [Myanmar]

   KOM Komering [Indonesia]

   KON Konkani [India]
   KOT Kotokoli (Tem) [Togo, Ghana, Benin]

   KOY Koya [India]

   KPK Karakalpak [Uzbekistan West]

   KRB Karbi (Mikir, Manchati) [India North East]

   KRI Krio [Sierra Leone]

   KRW KinyaRwanda [Rwanda]

   KS  Kashmiri [India, Pakistan]

   KT  Kituba (simplified Kikongo): [DR Congo]

   KTW Kotwali [India]

   KU  Kurdish [Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria]

   KuA Kurdish and Arabic [Asia, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria]

   KuF Kurdish and Farsi [Asia, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria]

   KUI Kui [India]

   KUL Kulina [Brazil]

   KUM Kumaoni (Kumauni) [India]

   KUN Kunama [Eritrea]

   KUP Kupia (Kupiya) [India]

   KUR Kurukh [India]

   KUs Sorrani (Central) Kurdish [Iraq, Iran]

   KUT Kutchi [India, Pakistan]

   KUV Kuvi [India-Odisha]

   KVI Kulluvi (Kullu) [India]

   KWA Kwanyama (Kuanyama) (dialect of OW) [Angola, Namibia]

   KYH Kayah [Myanmar]

   KZ  Kazakh [Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia]

   L   Latin [Official language of Catholic church]

   LA  Ladino (see SEF) [Israel, Turkey, Brazil, Spain,

   LAD Ladakhi (Ladak) [India]

   LAH Lahu [China, Myanmar (Burma)]

   LAK Lak [Russia]

   LAM Lampung [Indonesia]

   LAO Lao [Laos]

   LB  Lun Bawang (Murut) [Malaysia, Indonesia]

   LBN Lebanon Arabic (North Levantine) [Lebanon, Syria]

   LBO Limboo (Limbu) [Nepal, India]

   LEP Lepcha [India]

   LEZ Lezgi [Russia, Azerbaijan]

   LIM Limba [Sierra Leone]

   LIN Lingala [Congo]

   LIS Lisu [China, Burma]

   LND Lunda (see LU) [Angola]

   LNG Lungeli-Magar [India]

   LO  Lomwe (Ngulu) [Mocambique]

   LOK Lokpa (Lukpa) [Benin, Togo]

   LOZ Lozi (Silozi) [Zambia, ZWE, NMB-E]

   LT  Lithuanian [Lithuania]

   LTO Oriental Liturgy of Vatican Radio

   LU  Lunda [Zambia]

   LUB Luba [DR Congo]

   LUC Luchazi [Angola, Zambia]

   LUG Luganda [Uganda]

   LUN Lunyaneka (Nyaneka) [Angola]

   LUR Luri [Iran]

   LUV Luvale [Angola, Zambia]

   LV  Latvian [Latvia]

   M   Mandarin (Standard Chinese, Beijing dialect) [China]

   MA  Maltese [Malta]

   MAD Madurese (Madura) [Indonesia]

   MAG Maghi (Magahi, Maghai) [India]

   MAI Maithili (Maithali) [India, Nepal]

   MAK Makonde [Tanzania Mocambique]

   MAL Malayalam [India]

   MAM Maay (Mamay, Rahanwein) [Somalia]

   MAO Maori  [New Zealand]

   MAR Marathi [India]

   MAS Masaai (Massai, Masai) [Kenya, Tanzania]

   MC  Macedonian [Macedonia, Albania]

   MCH Mavchi (Mouchi, Mauchi, Mawchi) [India]

   MEI Meithei (Manipuri, Meitei) [India]

   MEN Mende [Sierra Leone]

   MEW Mewari (Mewadi) [India-Rajasthan]

   MGA Magar [Nepal]

   MIE Mien (Iu Mien) [China South, Vietnam]

   MIS Mising [India-Assam]

   MKB Minangkabau [Indonesia-Sumatra West]

   MKS Makassar (Makasar) [Indonesia-Sulawesi South]

   MKU Makua (Makhuwa) [Mocambique]

   ML  Malay (Baku) [Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia]

   MLK Malinke (Maninka) [Guinea, SEN, Mali]

   MLT Malto (Kumarbhag Paharia) [India]
   MNA Mina (Gen) [Togo, Benin]

   MNE Montenegrin [Montenegro]

   MNO Mnong [Vietnam, Cambodia]

   MO  Mongolian [Mongolia, China]

   MON Mon [Burma, Thailand]

   MOO Moore (Mňoré) [Burkina Faso]

   MOR Moro (Moru, Muro) [Sudan]

   MR  Maronite (Cypriot Arabic) [Cyprus]

   MRC Moroccan (Mugrabian Arabic) [Morocco]

   MRI Mari [Russia-Mari]

   MRU Maru (Lhao Vo) [Burma]

   MSY Malagasy [Madagaskar]

   MUN Mundari [India]

   MUO Muong [Vietnam]

   MUR Murut [Malaysia]

   MW  Marwari [India]

   MX  Macuxi (Macushi) [Brazil, Guyana]

   MY  Maya (Yucatec) [Mexico, Belize]

   MZ  Mizo (Lushai) [India]

   NAG Naga [India, Assam]

   NDA Ndau [Mocambique, Zimbabwe]

   NDE Ndebele [Zimbabwe, South Africa]

   NE  Nepali (Lhotshampa) [Nepal, Bhutan]

   NG  Nagpuri (Sadani, Sadari, Sadri) [India]

   NGA Ngangela (Nyemba) [Angola]

   NIC Nicobari [India Nicobar Islands]

   NIS Nishi (Nyishi) [India]

   NIU Niuean [Niue]

   NL  Dutch [Nederlands, Belgium, Suriname]

   NLA Nga La (Matu Chin) [Myanmar, India]

   NO  Norwegian [Norway]

   NOC Nocte (Nockte) [India]

   NP  Nupe [Nigeria]

   NTK Natakani (Netakani, Varhadi-Nagpuri) [India]

   NU  Nuer [Sudan, Ethiopia]

   NUN Nung [Vietnam]

   NW  Newari (Newari) [Nepal]

   NY  Nyanja: see CW-Chichewa which is the same

   OG  Ogan [Indonesia]

   OH  Otjiherero service in Namibia (Languages: Herero, SeTswana) [Namibia]

   OO  Oromo [Ethiopia]

   OR  Odia (Oriya, Orissa) [India]

   OS  Ossetic [Russia, Georgia]

   OW  Oshiwambo service in Angola and Namibia (Languages: Ovambo, Kwanyama) [Angola, Namibia]

   P   Portuguese [Brazil, Angola, Portugal]

   PAL Palaung (Pale) [Burma]

   PAS Pasemah [Indonesia]

   PED Pedi [Africa South]

   PJ  Punjabi [Pakistan, India]

   PO  Polish [Poland]

   POR Po [Myanmar]

   POT Pothwari [Pakistan]

   PS  Pashto (Pushtu) [Afghanistan, Pakistan]

   PU  Pulaar [Sensegal, Gambia]

   Q   Quechua [Peru, Bolivia]

   QQ  Qashqai [Iran]

   R   Russian [Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus]

   RAD Rade (Ede) [Vietnam]

   REN Rengao [Vietnam]

   RGM Rengma Naga [India]

   RO  Romanian [Roumania, Moldova, Serbia]

   ROG Roglai [Vietnam]

   RON Rongmei Naga [India]

   Ros Rosary session of Vatican Radio

   RU  Rusyn (Ruthenian) [Ukraine, Serbia]

   RWG Rawang [Burma]

   S   Spanish (Castellano) [Spain, Latin America, USA]

   SAH Saho [Eritrea]

   SAN Sango [Central African Rep.]

   SAR Sara (Sar) [Chad]

   SAS Sasak [Indonesia]

   SC  Serbocroat (Yugoslav language up to national/linguistic separation) [hbs]

   SCA Scandinavian languages [Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish]

   SD  Sindhi [Pakistan, India]

   SED Sedang [Vietnam]

   SEF Sefardi, Judeo Spanish, Ladino) [Israel, Turkey]

   SEN Sena [Mocambique]
   SFO Senoufo (Senoufo-Syenara) [Mali]

   SGA Shangaan (Tsonga) [Mocambique, South Africa]

   SGM Sara Gambai (Sara Ngambai) [Chad]

   SGO Songo [Angola]

   SGT Sangtam [India]

   SHA Shan [Burma]

   SHC Sharchogpa (Sarchopa, Tshangla) [E Bhutan]

   SHE Sheena (Shina) [Pakistan]

   SHk Shan-Khamti [Myanmar, India]

   SHK Shiluk (Shilluk) [South Sudan]

   SHO Shona [Zimbabwe]

   SHP Sherpa [Nepal]

   SHU Shuwa Arabic [Chad, Nigeria, N Cameroon]

   SI  Sinhalese (Sinhala) [Sri Lanka]

   SID Sidamo (Sidama) [Ethiopia]

   SIK Sikkimese (Bhutia) [India]

   SIR Siraiki (Seraiki) [Pakistan]

   SK  Slovak [Slovakia, Czech Republic, Serbia]

   SLM Pijin (Solomon Islands Pidgin) [Solomon Islands]

   SLT Silte (East Gurage) [Ethiopia]

   SM  Samoan [Samoa, American Samoa]

   SMP Sambalpuri (Sambealpuri) [India]

   SNK Sanskrit [India]

   SNT Santhali [India, Bangladesh]

   SO  Somali [Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Djibouti]

   SON Songhai [Mali]

   SOT SeSotho [South Africa, Lesotho]

   SR  Serbian [Serbia, Bosnia-Hercegovina]

   SRA Soura (Sora) [India]

   STI Stieng [Vietnam]

   SUA Shuar [Ecuador]

   SUD Sudanese Arabic [Sudan and South Sudan]

   SUM Sumi Naga [India]

   SUN Sunda (Sundanese) [Indonesia Java West Java]

   SV  Slovenian [Slovenia, Italy, Austria]

   SWA Swahili (Kisuaheli) [Tanzania, Kenya, Ea.DR Congo]

   SWE Swedish [Sweden, Finland]

   SWZ SiSwati [Swaziland, South Africa]

   T   Thai [Thailand]

   TAG Tagalog [Philippines]

   TAH Tachelhit (Sous) [Morocco, Algeria]

   TAM Tamil [S.India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka]

   TB  Tibetan [Tibet, India]

   TBS Tabasaran [Russia]

   TEL Telugu [India]

   TEM Temme (Temne) [Sierra Leone]

   TFT Tarifit [Morocco, Algeria]

   TGK Tangkhul (Tangkul Naga) [India-Manipur, Nagaland]

   TGR Tigre (Tigré) [Eritrea]

   TGS Tangsa (Naga-Tase) [Myanmar, India-Arunachal Pr.]

   THA Tharu Buksa [India]

   TIG Tigrinya (Tigray) [Ethiopia, Eritrea]

   TJ  Tajik [Tadjikistan, Uzbekistan]

   TK  Turkmen [Turkmenistan, Iran, Afghanistan]

   TL  Tai-Lu (Lu) [China, Myanmar (Burma), Laos]

   TM  Tamazight [Morocco]

   TMG Tamang [Nepal]

   TMJ Tamajeq [Niger, Mali, Algeria]

   TN  Tai-Nua (Chinese Shan) [China, LAO/MYA/VTN]

   TNG Tonga [Zambia, Zimbabwe]

   TO  Tongan [Tonga]

   TOK Tokelau [Tokelau]

   TOR Torajanese (Toraja) [Indonesia]

   TP  Tok Pisin [Papua New Guinea]

   TS  Tswana (SeTswana) [Botswana, South Africa]

   TSA Tsangla: see SHC

   TSH Tshwa [Mocambique]

   TT  Tatar [Russia]

   TTB Tatar-Bashkir service of Radio Liberty

   TU  Turkish [Turkey, Bulgaria, N Cyprus]

   TUL Tulu [India]

   TUM Tumbuka [Malawi, Zambia]

   TUN Tunisian Arabic [Tunisia]

   TV  Tuva (Tuvinic) [Russia]

   TW  Taiwanese (Fujian, Hokkien, Min Nan) [China, Taiwan]

   TWI Twi (Akan) [Ghana]

   TWT Tachawit (Shawiya, Chaouia) [Algeria]

   TZ  Tamazight (Berber) [Morocco]

   UD  Udmurt [Russia]

   UI  Uighur [China, Kazakhstan]

   UK  Ukrainian [Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Moldova]

   UM  Umbundu [Angola]

   UR  Urdu [Pakistan, India]

   UZ  Uzbek [Uzbekistan]

   V   Vasco (Basque, Euskera) [Spain, France]

   VAD Vadari (Waddar, Od) [India]

   VAR Varli (Warli) [India-Maharashtra]

   Ves Vespers (Vatican Radio)

   Vn  Vernacular = local language(s)

   VN  Vietnamese [Vietnam]

   VV  Vasavi [India]

   VX  Vlax Romani (Romanes, Gypsy) [Romania, Russia]

   W   Wolof [Senegal]

   WA  Wa (Parauk) [South China, Myanmar]

   WAO Waodani (Waorani) [Ecuador]

   WE  Wenzhou: dialect of WU

   WT  White Tai (Tai Don) [Vietnam, Laos]

   WU  Wu [China]

   XH  Xhosa [Africa South]

   YAO Yao/Yawo [Malawi, Mocambique, Tanzania]

   YER Yerukula [India]

   YI  Yi (Nosu) [China]

   YK  Yakutian (Sakha) [Russia]

   YO  Yoruba [Nigeria, Benin]

   YOL Yolngu (Yuulngu) [Australia]

   YUN Dialects (languages of Yunnan) [China]

   YZ  Yezidi program (Kurdish-Kurmanji language)

   Z   Zulu [Africa South, Lesotho]

   ZA  Zarma (Zama) [Niger]

   ZD  Zande [DR Congo, South Sudan]

   ZG  Zaghawa [Chad, Sudan]

   ZH  Zhuang [China South]

   ZWE Languages of Zimbabwe

 

DOCELOWE OBSZARY NADAWANIA TARGET AREA CODES

 

CEL – CEL (obszar nadawania) 

TAR – TARGET area codes

 


     
 N..  North ..

      S..  South ..

      E..  East ..

      W..  West ..

      C..  Central ..

  

      Eu  - Europe


     
 SEE - South East Europe

 

      Af  - Africa

 

      As  - Asia

      SEA - South East Asia

 

      ME  - Middle East

 

      FE  - Far East

 

      Sib  Siberia

               Siberia is a vast region, constituting almost all of Northern Asia.

               Comprising the central and eastern portion of the Russian Federation,

               it was part of the Soviet Union (USSR) from its beginning,

               as the preceding Russian Empire conquered it in the 16th century.

 

      Am  - America(s)

      NA  - North America

      ENA - Eastern North America

      WNA - Western North America

      CNA - Central North America

      LA  - Latin America (Central and South America)

      LAm - Latin America (Central and South America)

 

      Oc  - Oceania (Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean)

 

      NAO - North Atlantic Ocean

      SAO - South Atlantic Ocean
     
 WIO - Western Indian Ocean

 

 

      Car  Caribbean, Gilf of Mexico, Florida Waters

               The Caribbean is a region consisting of the Caribbean Sea,

               its islands (most of which enclose the sea), and the surrounding coasts.

               The region is located southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and North America,

               east of Central America, and to the north of South America.

 

      Cau  Caucasus

               Caucasus is a geopolitical region at the border of Europe and Asia.

               It is home to the Caucasus Mountains, including Europe's highest mountain (Mount Elbrus).

 

      CIS - Commonwealth of Independent States

               Commonwealth of Independent States is a regional organization

               whose participating countries are former Soviet Republics,

               formed during the breakup of the Soviet Union.

 

      Tib - Tibet

 

 

 

UWAGI   -   REMARKS

 

UWAGI – UWAGI, dodatkowe informacje

 

DNI TYGODNIA – opis skrótów

 

1 lub Mo – Poniedziałek

2 lub Tu – Wtorek  

3 lub We – Środa

4 lub Th – Czwartek

5 lub Fr – Piątek  

6 lub Sa – Sobota

7 lub Su – Niedziela

Brak oznaczeń – audycja nadawana codziennie

 

RODZAJ NADAWANIA

 

LSB – sygnał nadawany analogowo z użyciem modulacji amplitudowej jednowstęgowej SSB (dolna wstęga)

USB – sygnał nadawany analogowo z użyciem modulacji amplitudowej jednowstęgowej SSB (górna wstęga)

Brak LSB lub USB – sygnał nadawany analogowo z użyciem modulacji amplitudowej AM

 

INNE INFORMACJE

 

alt – częstotliwość alternatywna

occ – użycie okazjonalne

Uwagi dotyczące odbioru

 

 

REMARKS – REMARKS, additional information

 

DAY OF THE WEEK - description of the abbreviations

 

1 or Mo – Monday

2 or Tu – Tuesday

3 or We – Wednesday

4 or Th – Thursday

5 or Fr – Friday

6 or Sa – Saturday

7 or Su – Sunday

Absence abbreviations Day of the Week – programme is broadcasting everyday (from Monday to Sunday)

 

KIND OF BROADCASTING

 

LSB – signal broadcast analogue with use amplitude modulation single side band SSB (Lower Side Band)

USB – signal broadcast analogue with use amplitude modulation single side band SSB (Upper Side Band)

Absence abbreviations LSB or USB - signal broadcast analogue with use amplitude modulation AM

 

OTHER INFORMATION

 

alt – alternative frequency

occ – occasional use

Remarks of reception



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Źródła informacji o audycjach nadawanych na falach krótkich
 

Lista audycji nadawanych na falach krótkich stworzona jest na podstawie własnych nasłuchów, informacji nadesłanych przez innych słuchaczy oraz na podstawie podobnych list zamieszczonych w internecie. Jednym z głównych źródeł informacji jest serwis:

“The current EiBi shortwave schedules”  http://www.eibispace.de/      http://www.eibi.de.vu/

 

Wielkie podziękowania dla autora tego serwisu:

Eike Bierwirth

za ciężką pracę włożoną w tworzenie list zawierających pełny rozkład krótkofalowych audycji radiowych z całego świata.

 

 

Sources of information about the programmes broadcast on shortwave

 

This list broadcasts on shortwave is created on the basis of its own reception reports, the information reported by other listeners, and based on similar lists from the internet. One of the main sources of information is the service:

"The current EiBi Shortwave schedules"   http://www.eibispace.de/    http://www.eibi.de.vu/

The author of this site is Eike Bierwirth. Please enjoy his hard work on the creation of lists containing the complete schedule shortwave radio broadcasts from around the world.

 

Eike Bierwirth – many thanks to You

 

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Kontakt:

Grzegorz Stokłosa, e-mail: gsto@wp.pl 

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