Radio Sweden had transmitted 90 minutes per day in DRM using the facilities of Radio Netherlands and Radio Canada International. Sweden also carried out some additional tests via CBC to Europe but had not had a great response from listeners.
The introduction of the B07 schedule saw Radio Sweden abandoning its DRM service to Europe possibly as a result of the closure of the Flevo transmitter site in the Netherlands. As of A08 Radio Sweden scheduled just 30 minutes via Sackville in Canada to the NE USA. All DRM activity ceased when Radio Sweden abandoned shortwave and moved online.