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[liberationtech] digital to analog: Syria radio help needed

S.Aliakbar Mousavi mousavi.sa48 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 08:15:31 PST 2013


Dear Stefan,

As an Iranian, we have the same problem. However, Radio Farda  based in
Prague has placed his radio transmitters and repeaters around Iran
including Kurdistan, Iraq and is working professionally very well and is
reachable every AM radios, as well as satellite receivers everywhere at
homes, in Taxis, rural area, and even in prisons!

For example, when I was in jail (Evin prison in North of Tehran), some
people who had radio  daily tried to listen human rights news program and
delivered the news about me by repeating behind the flaws of my cell!
(depends on the case of imprisoned people, using raio is uslual for some
people).

By the way, the Syrian dissidents can use the capacity of Safe stations of
Radio-Free Europe including Radio Farda in South/North Iraq which belongs
to US or from Turkey depends on their facilities and coalition.

 Otherwise like the Syrian guy has mentioned, any base station inside the
country will destroy but Radio-Farda's experience and solution is very
sustainable and valuable that can apply for Syria for sure. The best way to
reach this goal would be a diplomatic talk to US. state Department as a
main role-player in BBG and US. Congress as its fonder.

Best regards,
Aliakbar Mousavi
mousavi.sa48 at gmail.com

On 4 February 2013 10:17, Stefan Geens <stefan.geens at gmail.com> wrote:

> A Syrian whom I trust and who I've helped with security-related issues
> before needs some help that I am not qualified to answer, so perhaps
> somebody on this list knows what to do or where to turn for expert help. I
> don't want to suggest anything to him that gets (even more) people killed...
>
> He writes:
> ========
> I am working now on a radio for Syria that needs to cover Homs
> governorate, since people there don't have internet or electricity, the
> only way to reach them is by radio.
> We are working to establish a FM radio station that covers Homs
> governorate and all Syria later on, it will be based on an online radio
> that is streaming from outside Syria and we are looking for the best
> solution to stream on the ground in Homs. We are looking for the best
> solution to transmit the digital signal into analogue one.
> The point is if we want to use a normal transmitter on the ground it will
> be known for the regime warplanes and it will be destroyed after few
> minutes.
> So, what are our options and the details of the best solutions (using
> inside or outside Syria base)?
> ======
>
> Thanks for any help you may have. I'll forward it to him.
>
> Stefan
>
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