WTRH-LP 540 and 92.5 / WMGC-LP 96.9 – The Voice Of The Truth
Posted on August 28, 2006
GCC RADIO UPDATE : WTRH-AM and WMGC-FM will be broadcasting on 540 kHz, 92.5, 96.9 FM at Mon – Sat 3 PM to 10 PM and Sun at 8 PM to 11 PM and temporary broadcast at 12 AM to 2 AM. The AM transmitter will be off air until we get more batteries to use, and better AM transmitter.
GCC RADIO HOLIDAY CALENDER SCHEDULE 2011-2012
4th of July : July 4th, 2013 (Subject To Change)
9/11 : Sept 11, 2012 (Subject To Change)
Halloween : Sept 16 to 31 , 2012 (Subject To Change)
Thanksgiving: Nov 20 to 24, 2012 (Subject To Change)
Christmas : Nov 1- Dec 26, 2012 (Subject To Change)
Kwanzaa : Dec 26 to 30, 2013 (Subject To Change)
New Years : Dec 31 to Jan 2, 2013 (Subject To Change)
Valentines : Feb 10 to 15, 2013 (Subject To Change)
Easter : Mar 30 to Apr 17 2013 (Subject To Change)
Memorial D. : May 30 to May 31,2013 (Subject To Change)
GCC RADIO REGULAR CALENDER SCHEDULE
GCC Radio will play Patriotic and Truth Radio related programming on the regular days. A new program called Hard Times Radio at 5 PM M-F will be airing soon. We have a whole new playlist related to hard times and the economy, and the truth, and the info war.
GCC RADIO BROADCASTER OPERATIONS FROM PAST AND PRESENT HISTORY
AM RADIO STATIONS : OFF THE AIR
165 kHz WTRHL-LW Experimental/Part 15 AM – 2011 to Present
515 kHz KSKLY-LP New Age/Rock Format – 1992 to 1996
535 kHz DB136-LP New Age/Rock Format – 1992 to 1996
540 kHz WDAZ-LP 80’s/Old School Format – 2003 to 2009
1000 kHz WEXP-LP Experimental Broadcasting – – 2010 to 2011
1620 kHz WTRH-LP Truth Talk Radio – 2007 to 2008
FM RADIO STATION : OFF THE AIR
88.3 MHz WRSO-LP Radio Science Observing Network – 2004 to 2010
89.1 MHz WGCL-LP Broadcast in 1999 – 1999 to 2001
92.5 MHz WWRB-LP Martian Radio 92.5 – 2001 to 2003
102.1 MHz WGCL-LP Broadcast in 1994 Rock/Pop – 1994 to 1995
106.1 MHz WGCL-LP Broadcast in 1995 Mixed Tapes – 1995 to 1996
107.3 MHz WBMQ-LP 107.3 WBMQ Low Powered FM – 2003 to 2010
STATIONS THAT ARE ON AIR – As of Jul 8, 2012 – Part 15 Mode!
165 kHz WTRHL-LP GCC Radio 11 Hard Times Radio – WILL RETURN OCTOBER
175 kHz WTRHV-LP GCC Radio 12 Hard Times Radio – WILL RETURN OCTOBER
540 kHz WTRH-LP GCC Radio 2 Go : Hard Times Radio – OFF AIR UNTIL FIXED
1000 kHz WEXP-LP GCC VLF Converter Carrier (reserved)- USED WHEN NEEDED
92.5 MHz WTRH-LP GCC Radio 6 – Truth Talk Radio II – ON/OFF AIR
96.9 MHz WMGC-LP GCC Radio 2 Go : Hard Times Radio – ON/OFF AIR
UPDATE: LOWFER’s was something interesting to me so I rolled up a ferrite rod coil and replaced the MW coil with a LW coil that transmits from 160 to 190 kHz with power less than 100 mW and 1 foot antenna. I want to do it again and be part of the long wave spectrum. Thank god and FCC for making this happen. Don’t worry I am going to experiment up to 100 mW. All I used was a 9 volt battery when testing. My new frequency is 165 kHz and 175 kHz then that is it. When I get back to broadcasting on LW in the 160 to 190 kHz region, the battery power will be less than 1.5 to 9 volts AA batteries not more than a watt and no antenna longer than 50 feet (I don’t have enough room for more than 50 feet antennas) it will be a very small set up. I want to see our kids and adults understand what LW is and with part 15 you can go on the air from 160 to 190 kHz just in case 540 kHz to 1700 kHz becomes crowded. We hope that this old hobby wake up some new experimenters. The signals will be very very low powered, but could be a challenge to receive with a loop antenna. I don’t have any plans to transmit up to 1 watt. It’s just a hobby.
Yes, I am still using 540 kHz and soon back on 1620 kHz, they will always be battery powered at 9 volts or less no hefty power supplies here! The FM station is working good, and it’s only using 2 AA batteries that almost dead it’s set to 96.9 MHz, and it’s connected to my netbook very low modulated sound. Sometimes I don’t transmit that much cause I am into more in receiving part 15 signals than transmitting that much. I respect the part 15 hobby and the rules are being followed as instructed. If you detect a 1000 kHz signal in my area that there is just a AM carrier from the 1 MHz crystal oscillator that controls the VLF converter, I may find a way to shield out that signal from being received on my radios in a shielded enclosure.
92.5 Is now being used for secondary programming that will not fit on 96.9 FM, it’s only good for multicasting only.
GCC RADIO BROADCAST AND COMMUNICATIONS GROUP 2012