Voice Of Vietnam continues the development of medium waves to increase coverage of the country, neighboring countries and maritime and island areas.
Two new transmitters went into service on January 15. These two transmitters broadcast VOV1 on 693kHz and VOV2 on 819kHz.

Transmitters are GatesAir Flexiva AM/DRM compatible semiconductors.
With 2 x 200 kW, listeners from the central high plateau and surrounding regions as well as overseas Vietnamese from northeast Cambodia can easily listen to the Voice of Vietnam radio programs.
A little over a year ago, VOV had put into operation, a broadcasting station from the South Central Region, for the East Sea region and the South Central coastal provinces. The radio station is located on an area of 16 hectares, in Phuoc Dinh commune, Thuan Nam district, Ninh Thuan province. The station has a power of 400 kw and broadcasts at 1071 kHz. The transmitter is a Nautel ready to convert to DRM digital radio. Like many countries in Asia, the conversion to DRM to medium-wave and VHF is now the order of the day more than ever.

Radio Magazine FB group (2023-06-29)