1926

January

09: Norway - Porsgrunn (0.1 kW) starts broadcasting on 600 kHz.
30: Austria - "Wien I" via transmitter Rosenhügel starts broadcasting on 580 kHz with 7 kW.

March

18: Poland - Polskie Radio starts broadcasts on 652 kHz with 1.5 kW.

May

31: Norway - The Bergen site gets a 1 kW transmitter (ex 0.5 kW).

June

16: Germany - The 0.25 kW transmitter from Sender Leipzig is replaced by a 4 kW unit.

November

14: Germany - The WEFAG transmitter in Elberfeld moves from 1060 to 640 kHz.
26: GermanySender Leipzig moves from 664 kHz to 820 kHz (after also having broadcast briefly on 840 kHz earlier in the month).
28: Germany - Stuttgart-Degerloch starts broadcasting on 790 kHz with 1.5 kW.

December

??: Norway - Rjukan raises power to 0.1 kW
??: Poland - Near Warsaw a 10kW Marconi long wave transmitter is activated on 1115 mtr, later moved to 1420 mtr.
18: Estonia - Start of regular broadcasting.
22: Norway - Fredrikstad (0.7 kW) starts broadcasting on mediumwave
24: Norway - Notodden (0.05 kW) starts broadcasting on mediumwave



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