Inka from the Peruvian Andes heard on 1610 AM
From high up in the Andes, Radio
Inka (or Inca) has begun broadcasting on the frequency
of 1610 kHz mediumwave. Radio Inka is based in the
town of Puno on the shore of Lake Titicaca. The
station was first reported heard by Peruvian DXer
Alfredo Cañote. No further information about
the station is known.
January 15, 2012)
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