Radio Caroline Dublin has ceased transmissions on 102.5MHz. The ODTR rang the station yesterday evening with a request for them to stop broadcasting because of complaints of interference to licensed newcomer Lite FM on 102.2MHz, who threatened to go through the courts to get Caroline off the air.
Radio Caroline Dublin
Radio Caroline Dublin are hoping to be back on air soon aided by some technical adjustments and the purchase of new equipment which will hopefully cure the problems which led to the request for them to stop broadcasting.
Radio Caroline Dublin will be placing a blank mono carrier on 102.5MHz today and are planning on purchasing an optimod which will clean up their audio problems before full programming is resumed.
Radio Caroline Dublin will be returning to the airwaves this Tuesday, August 1st, in the early evening.
The station has installed new equipment and is ready to resume broadcasting, this time on a frequency of 102.6MHz
Source: Anorak Hour News
Radio Caroline Dublin are back on air from this evening on 102.6MHz without live programming or station idents.
Radio Caroline Dublin are off air again but with a blank carrier on 102.6MHz.
Radio Caroline Dublin hope to return to the airwaves from the middle of next week. Forced to stop broadcasting after complaints made to the ODTR by Lite FM, Caroline returned to 102.6MHz last week only to suffer link problems which they are presently working on.
Radio Caroline Dublin have reintroduced live programming after a long absence with BBC Five Live being relayed during downtime on a temporary basis. They can be found by tuning to 102.6MHz.
Comment: Welcome back to a sorely missed friend.
Radio Caroline Dublin moved from 102.6MHz back to 102.5MHz at 7.15pm this evening to avoid interference from Raidió na Gaeltachta’s 102.7MHz Claremont Carn transmissions.
Comment: Back home!
Radio Caroline Dublin have again been requested to stop broadcasting by the ODTR because of interference to neighbouring frequencies. An accidental loss of power to the station’s UHF link this morning caused problems, particularly to Lite FM on 102.2MHz. In June, Caroline were forced to cease after complaints to the regulator by Lite FM.
A spokesperson for the station this evening told Radiowaves that it was “back to the drawing board” once again but they plan to be back broadcasting as soon as possible.