BRF1

BRF1 is the first national radio station for the German community of Belgium, owned by Belgischer Rundfunk.

BRF1
Broadcast areaBelgium
Sloganaktuelle Hits
FrequencyLüttich 88.5 MHz 50 kW

Amel 94.9 MHz 5 kW
Eupen 94.9 MHz 20 W
Namur 97.7 MHz 500 W
Auel 92.2 MHz 160 W
Lontzen 89.0 MHz 400 W
Brussels (+DLF) 95.2 MHz 2 kW
DAB Block 12b: Wallonia, Brussels, Flanders

Online
FormatGeneralist
Language(s)German
Former callsignsBRF
OwnerBelgischer Rundfunk
Sister stationsBRF2, BRF-DLF
Websitehttp://1.brf.be/

Location

BRF has three sites, its headquarters in the town of Eupen and studios in Brussels and Saint Vith.

History

BRF1 was created in 2001,[1] after it was decided to split the BRF Radio into BRF1 for pop and rock music while BRF2 caters for traditional and folk music, along with the creation of joint venture between BRF and Deutschlandfunk namely BRF-DLF in Brussels.

Reception

BRF1 can be received via FM radio, DAB radio, Cable and xDSL providers and online

FM reception

Region Town Frequency in MHz
German Community Lontzen & Welkenraedt 89.0
German Community Eupen 94.9
German Community Recht 94.9
German Community Aubel 92.2
Wallonia Region Liege 88.5
Wallonia Region Namur 97.7
Brussels Region Brussels 95.2

DAB reception[2]

Region Block Frequency in MHz Standard Audio type Bitrate MOT
Brussels 12B 225.648 DAB
Wallonia 6B 183.648 DAB+ Stereo 96 kbps Yes
Flanders 12B 225.648 DAB

Last updated for Wallonia at 2019/04/22

DVB-T as an Audio only service [3]

Region Target Area Site Frequency in MHz UHF Channel Polarisation
Brussels Region Brussels Finance Tower 754 56 V
Brabant Wavre Industrial Zone 754 56 H
Occidental Hainaut Tournai Froidmont, Marquain 754 56 V
Oriental Hainaut Anderlues Mont-Sainte-Geneviève 754 56 H
Namur Province Profondeville Godinne (7 Meuses) 754 56 H
Namur Town Namur Production site of the RTBF 754 56 H
Liège Liège Noncelles (Bol d'Air) 666 45 H
Luxembourg Region Léglise Vlessart 762 57 H
La Riche-en-Ardenne La Roche Nord 762 57 H
Famenne Marche Ayve, Marloie 762 57 H
Couvin Couvin Petigny 698 49 H
Malmedy and Stavelot Malmedy Bernister 642 42 H

Cable and xDSL Providers

Region Provider Technology Channel number
Brussels Proximus xDSL 840
Flanders Proximus xDSL 840
Wallonia Proximus xDSL 840
Brussels VOO DVB-C 425[4]
Wallonia VOO DVB-C 425[4]
Brussels Orange DVB-C 901[5][6]
Flanders Orange DVB-C 901[7][8]
Wallonia Orange DVB-C 901[9][10]
Brussels Telenet DVB-C 915
Flanders Telenet DVB-C 935[11]
Wallonia Telenet DVB-C 935[12]
Brussels[13][14] SFR DVB-C [15]
Flanders[16] SFR DVB-C [17]
Hainaut[18] SFR DVB-C [19]

See also

List of Radio stations in Belgium List of radio stations in Belgium

References

  1. "History of BRF" (in German). Retrieved 2016-05-07.
  2. "DAB Ensembles Worldwide | Belgium". wohnort.org. Retrieved 2019-04-22.
  3. "PDF of active Antenna sites of the RTBF" (PDF) (in French). Retrieved 2016-05-07.
  4. "Numérotation numérique" (PDF) (in French).
  5. "PDF of Channels of Orange via Telenet in Dutch" (PDF) (in French). Retrieved 2016-09-03.
  6. "PDF of Channels of Orange via Telenet in French" (PDF) (in French). Retrieved 2016-09-03.
  7. "PDF of Channels of Orange.be via Telenet in Dutch" (PDF) (in Dutch). Retrieved 2016-09-03.
  8. "PDF of Channels of Orange.be via Telenet in French" (PDF) (in Dutch). Retrieved 2016-09-03.
  9. "PDF of Channels of Orange via VOO in Dutch" (PDF) (in French). Retrieved 2016-09-03.
  10. "PDF of Channels of Orange via VOO in French" (PDF) (in French). Retrieved 2016-09-03.
  11. "PDF of Channels of Telenet" (PDF) (in Dutch). Retrieved 2016-05-07.
  12. Only available in the following Commune/Geemente; 7780 - Comines
  13. "Dekkingsgebied - SFR België". www.sfr.be. Retrieved 2016-05-07.
  14. "Eligibilité - SFR Belgique - Internet Très Haut Débit 200 Mégas". www.sfr.be. Retrieved 2016-05-07.
  15. Only available in the following Commune/Geemente 1000 - Bruxelles Ville 1020 - Laeken 1070 - Anderlecht 1080 - Molenbeek-Saint-Jean 1120 - Neder-over-Heembeek 1130 - Haren 1170 - Watermael-Boitsfort 1200 - Woluwe-Saint-Lambert 1210 - Saint-Josse-ten-Noode
  16. "Dekkingsgebied - SFR België". www.sfr.be. Retrieved 2016-05-07.
  17. Only in the following Commune/Gemeente 1620 - Drogenbos 1780 - Wemmel
  18. "Eligibilité - SFR Belgique - Internet Très Haut Débit 200 Mégas". www.sfr.be. Retrieved 2016-05-07.
  19. Only available in the following Communes/Gemeente 5660 - Aublain 5660 - Bruly 5660 - Bruly-de-Pesche 5660 - Cul-des-Sarts 5660 - Dailly 5660 - Gonrieux 5660 - Pesche 5660 - Petite-Chapelle 5660 - Presgaux 6440 - Boussu-Lez-Walcourt 6440 - Froidchapelle 6440 - Vergnies 6441 - Erpion 6460 - Bailièvre 6460 - Chimay 6460 - Robechies 6460 - Saint-Rémy 6460 - Salles 6460 - Villers-la-Tour 6461 - Virelles 6462 - Vaulx 6463 - Lompret 6464 - Baileux 6464 - Bourlers 6464 - Forges 6464 - L’Escaillerie 6464 - Riezes 6470 - Grandrieu 6470 - Montbliart 6470 - Rance 6470 - Sautin 6470 - Sivry 6470 - Sivry-Rance 6500 - Barbençon 6500 - Beaumont 6500 - Leugnies 6500 - Leval-Chaudeville 6500 - Renlies 6500 - Solre-Saint-Géry 6500 - Thirimont 6511 - Stree 6560 - Bersillies-L’Abbaye 6560 - Erquelinnes 6560 - Grand-Reng 6560 - Hantes-Wiheries 6560 - Montignies-Saint-Christophe 6560 - Solre-sur-Sambre 6590 - Momignies 6591 - Macon 6592 - Monceau-Imbrechies 6593 - Macquenoise 6594 - Beauwelz 6596 - Forge-Philippe 6596 - Seloignes


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