Xtals

Xtals

A few different types of X-tals used by FRS-Holland

120W TX Set up

120W TX Set up

Custom-built 120W TX, modulator+power supply & SWR

First FRS  studio

First FRS studio

The first studio on PV's attic

First FRS studio

First FRS studio

FRS studio (1982)

FRS studio with 8-tracks

FRS studio with 8-tracks

Right wing of original FRS studio incl. jingle 8-tracks

Program archive

Program archive

The comprehensive program archive on cassette

Studio mixer

Studio mixer

The Dateq GPM8-TI mixing desk

Front view studio

Front view studio

Front view studio incl. mixing desk, mic & Denon CD players

Studio mid left

Studio mid left

Processing equipment, amplifier & equalizer  

Quality One sticker

Quality One sticker

This was FRS' second sticker printed in the late 80s

Trunk with 10W txs

Trunk with 10W txs

This trunk housed the two 10W txs used between 1980-1983

Letterhead

Letterhead

This logo was used on FRS letterheads

Official FRS logo

Official FRS logo

This is the original design of FRS' current logo (design:Willy)

QSL back

QSL back

Back of one of  FRS' QSL cards

First QSL

First QSL

This was FRS-Holland's first QSL card dating back to September 1980.

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FRS Test & Seasonal broadcast

On the 3rd Sunday of December, the 17th, FRS-Holland will be airing its Seasonal December broadcast on 7700//9300 kHz. Programmes will run from 08:30- 13:30 UTC/ 09:30- 14:30 CET. Official programming will commence at 09:00 UTC/ 10:00 CET. The complete FRS team will join the party including Dave Scott, Jan van Dijk, Roger Davis, Bert van Leer & Peter Verbruggen. Traditionally it will be a mix of carefully selected rock music and a number of (radio related) programme items. Programming includes FRS goes DX with news from the world of (free) Radio. Seasonal greetings are welcome and can be mailed to [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.] but please don't wait too long!  Keep in mind that a week later- on X-Mas Eve- there might be a complete repeat including a 48 metre frequency instead of 9300 kHz/ 31 metres. Keep an eye on your mailbox or take a look at our website. Detailed info including our programme schedule and streams will be published next weekend (December 10th).

This Sunday December 3rd FRS will be twice testing both transmitters on 7700//9300 kHz. The first test commences at 09:00 UTC/ 10:00 CET. The second will be aired later in the afternoon. We hope to start no later than 15:00 UTC/ 16:00 CET but that's not 100% certain. It might be a bit earlier. XMas Tree(3).jpg

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FRS on YouTube

FRS-Holland on Sunday June 19th 2011 (evening broadcast) on 7685 kHz {youtube}9n-UI8ERJZM{/youtube}.
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