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June 15, 2015

FM logging on a top of Jukkoku Pass

Here is the loggings on a top of Jukkoku Pass,

only for low power new style community FM stations.

MHz / station / transmitting site /signal strength


76.3 FM Nagisa Station, Ito-city Shizuoka-pref, very strong.

76.7 COAST-FM, Numazu-city, Shizuoka-pref, strong.

77.7 Voice Cue, Mishima-city Shizuoka-pref, strong. 

78.9 Shonan Beach FM, Hayama-town Kanagawa-pref, fair.

79.6 Chao! 76.9MHz, Atami-city Shizuoka-pref, very strong

82.8 Kamakura FM, Kamakura-city Kanagawa-pref, fair. 

84.4 Radio-f, Fuji-city Shizuoka-pref, fair

87.2 Mirai-izu station, Izu-city Shizuoka-pref, very strong 

87.7 FM Izu-no-kuni, Izu-no-kuni-city Shzuoka-pref, very strong.


The time duration was from 2pm until 4pm.

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