Broadcast Frequencies

2007-11-16
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We encourage our listeners to tell us when they receive our transmissions. Your reception reports, or QSL cards, help us evaluate the quality of our signal strength. Please find mailing instructions below the frequency table.

To view the complete broadcasting schedule of RFA's nine language services, please click here

Schedule effective 25 October 2020 through 27 March 2021
All times and dates are Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), same as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Updated on Oct 20, 2020

Burmese

0030-0130 7510 7540 9510
1230-13:30 9350 11795 15110
1330-1400 9380 11795 12055 13740
1400-1430 11795 12055

Cantonese

1400-1500 9390

Khmer

1230-1330 99390 15155
1430-1500

9720 11750

2230-2330 9390 11850

Korean

1000-1100 1566
1500-1700 1188 9985 11520 11550
1700-1900 1188 9985 11550
2100-2200 9940 9985 11945

Lao

0000-0100 9910
1100-1200 13685

Mandarin

0300-0500 11980 15340 17660
0500-0600 11980 15340 17660 21700
0600-0700 11980 15340 17660 17760
1500-1600 7420 7665 9790 FNP*
1600-1700 7415 7665 11590 FNP*
1700-1900 9860 11590
1900-2000 1557 5890 7520 9455 9860
2000-2100 1557 5890 7520 9410 9455 11520
2100-2200 1557 7520 9410 9455
2300-2400 9860 11520 11775

Tibetan

0100-0200 9670 11895 11950 13795
0200-0300 9455 11540 11895 11950 12010
0600-0700 15255 15665 17675 21480
1000-1100 9690 15665 FNP*
1100-1200 9315 12050 15745
1200-1300 9315 11935 12050 13830 15745
1300-1400 9315 11855 13650 13830 15745
1500-1600 9315 11805 12125
2200-2300 7480 9790 12050
2300-2400 5970 7470 7540 9535

Uyghur

0100-0200 7580 9450 9700 11530 12065
1600-1700 7545 7565 FNP*

Vietnamese

RFA Vietnamese is now all digital. Please find us at these locations:
Website: https://www.rfa.org/vietnamese/
Audio: https://www.rfa.org/vietnamese/audio/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RFAVietnam
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/RFAVietnamese

FNP = Frequency Not Promoted

Frequencies are in kiloHertz (kHz). 1 MegaHertz (MHz) is equal to 1000 kHz. Conversion to meter bands: Meters=300000/frequency in kHz. e.g.: 17705 kHz --> 16.9 meters

E-mail your reception report to qsl@rfa.org, or send it by regular mail to:

Reception Reports

Radio Free Asia
2025 M Street N.W., Suite 300
Washington, DC 20036
USA

Anonymous says:
Oct 29, 2012 03:15 AM

I listen to your Chinese broadcasts almost everyday despite of the unfavorable propagation mixed with serious jamming. You help us get to know more news which is impossible to hear in China, thank you so much for your great effort!

Anonymous says:
Jan 27, 2010 08:24 AM

i know i can listen to rfa online in the u.s. but will it work if I buy a short wave radio here in the U.S. I have older parents who are not internet savy but likes listening to RFA Tibetan.

Anonymous says:
Aug 12, 2012 02:35 AM

Thank you very much. I hear you a few day a week. Sometime I find interference, but friend tell me how to listen with radio by make changes to my antenna. I live 40 km from Beijing.
Thank you very much
English name is Jason

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