Scandinavian Broadcasting Corporation

One of all those stations that popped up during the boom in 94-95.

The operator Peter Laurett was never active as a DJ nor as a program-maker, his hobby was to relay other operators on 76 Mb.

In 1995 he got very ill a day after a broadcast, and had to go to the hospital. For a week Peter was in deep coma. After that he promised the world never to come back on air, but he returned later under the name of Norhern Europe Pirate Relay Service.

The transmitter was a broken Kenwood HAM-Tx, which could only be operated on a few frequencies thanks to a special build extern oscillator. The output from this Tx was about 150-200 Watts.

Starshine Radio was also involved in this station and helped it out with relays.