May, 20th - Radioline of Radiolina
Radio stations between 60 and 70 MHz don't necessarily have to come from ex-Soviet Union countries, as common opinion might suggest. Today's late afternoon Sporadic E opening has done it some justice with an interesting example such a non-USSR station in the low Megs:
At exactly 63,0 MHz i picked a signal from Radiolina (Italy). It's a typical commercial radiostation from Italy with pop-mx, news entertainment and advertisement. -Though not typical is its destination.
In Italy, the OIRT (66-74 MHz) band was never applied for commercial broadcasting services. Very wide frequency gap stretching from 50 to 70 MHz, which was unaccessible for casual listeners is used for so called studio-transmitter links ("STL") - a kind of "feed" for main transmitter.