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Fabiano Henrique
Marcio Boro
Glenn Hauser
Yimber Gaviria
Zacharias LIangas
Fabiano Henrique
Adinei Brochi
Antonio Avelino
Avelino da Silva
Glenn Hauser
VOA Radiogram
Radio Heritage Foundation
Onda Livre
Radio Heritage Foundation
Neto Silva
Dino Bloise
Glenn Hauser
Radio Habana Cuba
Oscar de Céspedes
Oscar de Céspedes
Pedro Arrunátegui
Aaron Kreider
Jose Elias Diaz Gomez
Hugo López C.
Ulysses Galletti
Jose Luis de Vicente
Glenn Hauser
Radio Heritage Foundation
Anatoly Klepov
DX Clube Sem Fronteiras
Glenn Hauser
Chicao Valadares
Edward Kusalik
Glenn Hauser
Anderson José
José Torquato
Ruben Gonzalez Valderrama
Arnaldo Slaen
Joviniano Furtado Neto
Claudio Galaz
Rubens Ferraz Pedroso
Allan Stern
Ivan Dias Jr.
Fran Jr.
José Ronaldo
Ernesto Paulero
Zacharias LIangas
Lauro Netto
Rudolf Grimm
Roberto
Roberto Pavanello
Harold Sellers
Robert Wilkner
Radiodifusão esperantista em festa
Scanner portatil e TX/144/ 220 e uhf
Logs September 18, 2013
Rumania: Dia del Oyente en Radio Rumani Internacional
Greek shortwave to be dismantled after order by Ministry of Finance
Obituário: George Otto Vaske (radioamador esperantista)
Fallecimiento de José Maria Machado PY2JMM
Resultado del Fin de Semana de Escuchas en Onda Tropical
Logs September 19, 2013
VOA Radiogram for the weekend of 2121-22 Sept 2013
WRTH 2014 Earlybird DX Pack
Pack
Comunicado
Halfway there
Minha entrevista para a Voz da Russia
Frecuencia Al Día
Logs September 1919-20, 2013
Día Mundial de la Paz
Anuncia Su Retiro De Radio Marti La Corresponsal Diana Molineaux
Fallecio Esteban Lamela Locutor Y Reportero Del Canal 23 Miami (Univisión).
Chasqui DX PFA Setiembre 2013
Catch a wave ~ 48734873-4874 khz frequency drift latin american
Alegría y tristeza a la vez
Fallece Ricarte Soto, locutor de RFI
Programa Estadão Acervo - Historia do Rádio no Brasil da BBC de Londres
Pa0nhc version of the Miniwhip
Miniwhip active antenna
Logs September 2121-22, 2013
$5700 still to be raised
“RUS“RUS-DX” # 734
Resultado do Concurso de Escutas em Onda Tropical
Logs September 22, 2013
Sinais Estranhos em HF - USB
What type of Antennas and more
Logs September 2323-24, 2013
Meu blog, visitem
CHILE: Cancelado proyecto Canal 3TV
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Fabiano Henrique
Radiodifusão esperantista em festa
O programa em esperanto da Rádio Havana Cuba completou 25 anos. A primeira emissão aconteceu no dia 11 de
setembro de 1988. A locutora Maritza Gutierrez vem recebendo mensagens de congratulações de ouvintes e admiradores
de todo o mundo.
A Rádio Havana Cuba transmite pela internet, no endereço www.radiohc.cu/eo.
As emissões em ondas curtas vão ao ar aos domingos, no seguinte esquema:
Américas Central e do Norte: 11760 kHz – 15h00 (UTC)/13h00 (BR)
América do Norte: 6010 kHz – 7h00 (UTC)/4h00 (BR)
América do Sul: 15370 kHz – 22h30 (UTC)/19h30 (BR)
Informou: Fabiano Henrique, Niterói – RJ.
Marcio Boro
Scanner portatil e TX/144/ 220 e uhf
Amigos gostaria de passar um pouco das minhas aventuras com um pequeno notável. Kenwood TH f6 é um Radio muito
legal , Ele escuta de ( 0 há 1.2 ghz ) ALL MODE vejá alguns videos deste radio funcionando em meu canal no YOUTUBE .
https://www.youtube.com/user/thf6?feature=watch
Marcio Sto André SP , GG66RI , PY2OK / PY2359SWL - 73
Glenn Hauser
Logs September 18, 2013
** ANGUILLA. 11775, Sept 18 at 1321, Caribbean Beacon is missing again, uncovering nothing but weak Asian CCI (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** AUSTRALIA. 12065, Sept 18 at 1400, RA still on today toward Pacific, // much weaker 12085 toward Asia, and no
strong tone/IS test on 12080 unlike yesterday when 12065 was demoted to weak, why?
1405 after news, announcement that ABC is looking for four new members of its Advisory Council; call 1-800-628-250.
Hmmm, do you have to be in Australia, or even Australian? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BANGLADESH. 15505, Sept 18 at 1349 I tune in early with offset BFO pre-set tnx to weak Saudi signal on 21505, to
catch when Bangladesh Betar come on today, and am soon rewarded by carrier at *1350:08 but it`s off again within 17
seconds. For real: *1358:12, add tone at 1358:05, IS at 1358:35, timesignal ending at 1359:45.5, fair signal with flutter,
enough to tell that today there is considerable distortion on the Urdu modulation (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** CHAD. 6165-, Sept 18 at 0055, no signal from RNT, after several nights of extended schedule heard around this time
before Cuba comes on (and was detectable even afterwards) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. Firedrake [non] CNR1 jamming September 18 before 1300:
11500, poor at 1248 with CCI
12980, good at 1248 with flutter
13830, poor at 1248; none in the 14s, 15s, 16s, 17s (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 6000, Sept 18 at 0516, RHC English is missing again, leaving 6005 clear for BBC Ascension.
11845, Sept 18 at 1321, lite pulse jamming against long-abandoned R. Martí channel.
Ivo Ivanov, Bulgaria just reported 11960 as a new frequency for RHC at 11-15 UT, ex-17730, as first heard Sept 17 on a
remote receiver in Nottingham, New Hampshire, USA.
11960 NOT heard here at first deliberate chance to check. 1458 UT Sept 18 --- 11760 and 11860 are still on the air; 11960
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could be just a leapfrog mixing product of those two, and would be very weak by comparison. I am sure I tuned past
11960 several times in the 12-14 UT period on Sept 17 and 18 and never found RHC there. 17730 has not been heard at all
for several weeks, even when 17580 is propagating (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also JAPAN 5975;
UNIDENTIFIED 9540
** GREECE. 7475 // stronger 9420, Sept 18 at 0102, the traditional Voice of Greece IS is playing, then downbeat from
Beethoven`s Ninth, (shades of Keith Olbermann), and ID in Greek for Third Program, followed by more classical music,
piano et al. ERA3 is in fact the ``classical music, arts & drama`` service, per WRTH. Sometimes in our evenings, 7450 is
employed instead. By next check 0510, 9420 is playing a rock song in English, so presumably no longer on the ERA3 net.
There have been reports that the 39 antenna towers as Avlis are being evaluated for scrapping! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** GUAM. 5765-USB, Sept 18 at 1128, AFN is JBA, on again today after missing yesterday; main problem now is overload
from the Tennesseans on 5830, 5890, 5935 so I have to attenuate the 5765 signal for any chance to hear it. 1242 recheck
without them, now much better readability (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** INDIA. 11985, Sept 18 at 0059, AIR IS is playing on poor signal during what should be the middle of the Sinhala
transmission; so is it really the start of the Sindhi transmission supposed to be on other frequencies including 5990 from
the same Delhi/Khampur site? Also tried to hear 5990 but not making it even tho CRI via CUBA is off by now (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** JAPAN [non]. 5975, Sept 18 at 0516, NHK World Radio Japan in English with feature on ballet, sufficient signal as this
250 kW, 126 degree 0500-0530 relay via Woofferton UK is back in season again for North American reception undesired
by R. Japan. A bit of bleed, however, from Cuba`s jamming against nothing on 5980 encourages side- tuning lower
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, Sept 18 at 0058, JBA carrier from R. Chaski vs Cuban pulse jamming and other band noise; until cutoff
at 0104:28.5* which amounts to six seconds later than yesterday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9479, Sept 18 at 1313, WTWW-1 is missing, audiblizing 9475 R. Australia; not on night frequency 5830 either
where it was audible earlier. WTWW-2 is going on 9930 with BS; not sure about WTWW-3 on 12105, maybe on but not
propagating yet. 9479 still absent at 1343, 1405 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** VATICAN. 17530, Sept 18 at 1345, VOA Somali with long/short path echo, unusual on this band at this time (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** VIETNAM [non]. 6175, Sept 18 at 0515, VOV with really nice traditional Vietnamese music, but then into talk segment.
Tune in a little earlier nightly for this, on 250 kW WHRI relay, always excellent signal, the final hour from 0430, at 260
degrees; I am seldom listening for the earlier languages, 0300 Spanish, 0330 English, 0400 Spanish, which are on 173
degrees and still plenty powerful to bother Brasil on 6180, and eclipsing the earlier ``N American`` service on 12005 via
Woofferton (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 9540, Sept 18 at 0511-0511:35* steady open carrier of fair strength abutting 9535 Spain. Possible RHC
setting up for the *1100 broadcast (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Yimber Gaviria
Rumania: Dia del Oyente en Radio Rumani Internacional
El próximo 1 de noviembre de 2013 se cumplen 85 años de radiofonía rumana. Un aniversario del cual nos
enorgullecemos, el cual evocamos, con más o menos nostalgia, y que nos incita a hacer preguntas en relación con el
porvenir. El aniversario es una oportunidad para que RRI les rete, en la edición de este año del Día del Oyente, a
contestar la siguiente pregunta: ¿Cúal será el porvenir de la radio para el extranjero?
Desde sus comienzos y hasta hoy en día, la radio ha sido sometida a varios desafíos, condicionados sea por los cambios
producidos en el paisaje de los medios de comunicación en masa, como la extensión de la televisión, el desarrollo de las
emisoras privadas de radio, la aparición de Internet y más recientemente, de las redes sociales, sea por el progreso
técnico, como el desarrollo de las modalidades de recepción y transmisión. En señal de respuesta ha cambiado la
producción radiofónica y han cambiado los contenidos de los programas de radio. La emisión y la recepción de radio han
venido modernizándose.
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Factores políticos, cambios de régimen y guerras han
venido influyendo en la misión de las emisoras de radio y
sus programas, y factores económicos, como los períodos de
auge o de crisis económica, han decidido, como bien se
sabe, en relación con el número de emisoras y programas.
Las emisoras internacionales han conocido, al lado de las
demás emisoras de radio, estos cambios.
En consecuencia, queridos amigos, les invitamos a que nos
digan, o nos escriban, ¿cómo creen que van a desarrollarse,
en los años siguientes, las emisoras de radio destinadas al
extranjero y qué expectativas tienen de estas? ¿Cómo será y
qué magnitud tendrá la oferta global de las emisoras para el
extranjero? ¿Cúales serán las vías de transmisión y cuál
será el papel de las emisoras de radio para el extranjero en
un mundo en que el acceso a la información es cada vez más
fácil?
Esperamos con gran interés sus respuestas a la pregunta: ¿Cúal será el porvenir de la radio para el extranjero? Las 20
contribuciones más interesantes serán recompensadas con premios.
Como de costumbre, en base a sus respuestas realizaremos el Día del Oyente en RRI, que se difundirá en el primer
domingo del mes de noviembre, es decir, el 3 de noviembre del corriente. Esperamos sus respuestas, grabadas, si desean
que les llamemos para grabar sus contribuciones, sea por escrito, por correo electrónicos, cartas, fax o en Facebook, o
directamente, a través del formulario de respuesta de la página web de RRI. Nuestras coordenadas son:
Radio Rumanía Internacional, calle General Berthelot 60-64, sector 1, Bucarest,
Apartado de Correos 111, código postal 010165, fax 00.40.21.319.05.62, e-mail: [email protected]
Zacharias LIangas
Greek shortwave to be dismantled after order by Ministry of Finance
Ad hereis the news: http://www.thegreekradio.com/node/3831
Greek shortwave to be dismantled after order by Ministry of Finance
Submitted by radiofono.gr on Tue, 17/09/2013 - 16:09
The degradation of Greek Radio is going on, having shortwave radio "Voice of Greece" as a victim. This includes 39
shortwave antenna masts hosted in Avlis, which the government plans to sell as scrap metal. The shortwave service
started 75 years ago and it is still transmitting in 5 frequencies that cover the globe with shows in Greek for expatriates
and foreign language news. The facilities are currently controlled by redundant ERT employes and broadcast the guerilla
service of the Greek National Radio ERA. Eighteen months ago, shortwave facilities in Thessaloniki were dismantled.
According to a statement by ERT employees, on Monday morning "in the shortwave broadcasting center of Avlis, a
representative of a company that sells metal showed up and started taking photos of the site. After we, ERT people, asked
him, we got informed that he had been mandated by the Ministry of Finance to give an offer for the dismantling of 39
masts and purchasing the metal as scrap." The name of company and the registration plate of the car are available.
The union body of ERT notes that this is an area of 1160 acres, featuring 39 metal masts, with a height between 30 and 70
meters each, that function as the shortwave aerials that transmit the "Voice of Greece", the ERA-pénte, across the world.
"Greek shortwave started operating in 1938 and later was also used sent information to the Greek soldiers fighting
Fascists in Albania. The only ones who dared to turn it off were the Nazis during the occupation. Since the liberation, it
never stopped to link the country with Greek seafarers and the Diaspora. The Voice of Greece broadcasts information,
entertainment, culture and tradition from Greece with programs in 12 languages, all over the globe". It is true that big
broadcasters in Europe have decided to stop broadcasting via shortwave, because of cuts and because alternatives tuning
possibilities are provided due to the development of technology. On the other hand, in the case of Greece. There are still
generations of Greek immigrants abroad and seamen who are still affiliated with shortwave, whereas area around Greece
the are still countries with low technological development. Also, it is outragious that the decision to remove an entire
radio service was taken by the liquidator of the Ministry of Finance: there is no study about ceasing shortwave by any
official body, although the promise was that the future of Greek broadcasting will be decided after an analysis performed
by the administrative Board of the new official broadcaster .
- See more at: http://www.thegreekradio.com/node/3831#sthash.dqcfBRUn.dpuf
http://delicious.com/gr_greek1/zak (all my pages )
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Fabiano Henrique
Obituário:
Obituário: George Otto Vaske (radioamador esperantista)
Faleceu em São Sebastião do Caí, no Rio Grande do Sul, o esperantista George Otto Vaske, de 90 anos.
Fervoroso divulgador do esperanto, Vaske era também radioamador, utilizando o prefixo PY3ACE. Durante anos
publicou o boletim mensal "Gisto", escrito na Língua Internacional neutra.
A cerimônia de cremação ocorreu na manhã de hoje (17/09), em São Leopoldo (RS).
Informou: Fabiano Henrique, Niterói - RJ
Adinei Brochi
Fallecimiento de José Maria Machado PY2JMM
PY2JMM
Com profundo pesar comunico o falecimento do colega José Maria Machado PY2JMM, ocorrido ontem as 22h30min em
São Paulo, aos 65 anos de idade.
Exímio montador e aficcionado pelo AM, o Machado sempre participava dos encontros da Confraria do Ferro de Solda.
Para quem quiser se lembrar mais precisamente de sua fisionomia, aqui está uma foto dele no encontro do AM dos
amigos do Campos em 2006: http://www.flickr.com/photos/py2jcm/1681969615/
O Machado era da cidade de Santos-SP, mas há alguns anos estava radicado em Tatuí-SP. O corpo está sendo velado no
velório municipal de Tatuí-SP e o enterro acontecerá às 16h30min de hoje (19/09) no cemitério Cristo Rei, naquela
mesma cidade.
Aos amigos e familiares do Machado, nossos sentimentos.
Adinei Brochi PY2ADN - [email protected] http://www.py2adn.com/
http://www.cram.org.br/
(19) 8146-3883 (TIM), Nextel ID 42*15495, Skype: py2adn, GG67ig, Americana-SP
Antonio Avelino da Silva
Resultado del Fin de Semana de Escuchas en Onda Tropical
Relatórios de escutas do concurso Fim de Semana de Escutas em Onda Tropical dias 07 e 08 setembro 2013
1 - 5035 KHZ-60 METROS 01h00 A 01h30 UTC PORTUGUÊS B 08.09.2013 RÁDIO APARECIDA - A HORA DO
ROSÁRIO SINPO 55444
Nelcy Remedy Bidart. QTH: Sant'Ana do Livramento – Rio Grande do Sul – Brasil
Receptor Toshiba TR 949GL Antena: Telescópica
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 - 4.825 07/09 0417 B R. Canção Nova, Cachoeira Paulista, SP, YL, relg 45333 RFP
2 - 4.815 07/09 1545 B R. Difusora, Londrina, PR, OM (pastor), relg 45333 RFP
3 - 4.865 07/09 1547 B R. Alvorada, Londrina, PR, OM, relg 25332 RFP
4 - 4.915 07/09 2128 B R. Daqui, Goiânia, GO, mx 35233 RFP
5 - 4.975 07/09 2129 B R. Iguatemi, SP, SP, mx 35233 RFP
6 - 4.985 07/09 2130 B R. Brasil Central, Goiânia, GO, mx 45233 RFP
7 - 5.035 07/09 2131 B R. Aparecida, Aparecida do Norte, SP, mx gospel w/ coral, relg 45233 RFP
8 - 3.365 07/09 2329 B R. Cultura, Araraquara, SP, OM, tx de jogo 45233 RFP
Rubens Ferraz Pedroso (PY5-007 SWL). Bandeirantes – Paraná – Brasil
Receptores: Degen DE1103 e Tecsun PL310.
Antenas: RGP3SW + Amplificador Indutivo de RF DXCB-V1 e RC3-FM.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 - 5035 08/09/2013 2356 B Rádio Aparecida - Mulher (entrevistada) pelo locutor SINPO 34333
João Flávio da Silva Cruz - (JC - PU1JFC) - QTH: Rio de Janeiro – Brasil - Rádio Sony ICF-SW7600GR Ferrite - AN-71
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 - 3320 07/09/13 0044 AFS Radio Sonder Grense, mx concert, woman talk, mx in english. SIMPO 55555
2 - 4840 07/09/13 0105 USA WWCR, Man talk. SINPO 34343
3 - 5025 07/09/13 0110 CUB Radio Rebelde, Man talk in Spanish signal low. SINPO 22222
4 - 5040 07/09/13 0115 CUB Radio Havana Cuba, Pedro subdirector de esta emisora, carta escrita por Simón Bolivar,
batalla de imigración de los cinco cubanos. SINPO 34343
5 - 3320 07/09/13 2302 AFS Radio Sonder Grense, man and woman Talk. SIMPO 34343
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6 - 3320 08/09/13 0253 AFS Radio Sonder Grense, woman talk, mx. SINPO 45454
7 - 5035 08/09/13 2323 B Rádio Aparecida, Id da emissora, mx religiosa. SINPO 33333
8 - 5025 08/09/13 2335 PRU Radio Rebelde, mxs español. SINPO 33333
9 - 4885 08/09/13 2341 B Radio Clube Pará, Resultado do Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, Botafogo 2X1 Criciúma.
SINPO 23232
10 - 4820 08/09/13 2348 TIB Radio PBS, man talk mandarin, mxs. SINPO 23232.
11 - 5040 08/09/13 2353 CUB Radio Havana Cuba, man talk, mx cubana. SINPO 33333
12 - 3320 08/09/13 2358 AFS Radio Sonder Grense, mx and man talk. SINPO 45454
Antonio Avelino da Silva (PY7048SWL) - QTH: Caruaru – Pernambuco – Brasil
Receptor: DEGEN DE 1103 Antena: Telescópica
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Frequência, Hora UTC, Idioma, ITU, Data, Emissora, Detalhes, SINPO
1 - 3375 kHz - 22:34 UTC - Español - PRU - 07/09/2013 - Radio San Antônio - Músicas regionais em espanhol - SINPO:
22222
2 - 4825 kHz - 15:59 UTC - Português - B - 07/09/2013 - Rádio Canção Nova - Comercial "Seja Sócio", identificação
"ZYK-513, AM 1020 kHz, Rádio Canção Nova, uma emissora da Fundação João Paulo II", volta do programa
"Mais
Saúde" - SINPO: 22222
3 - 4905 kHz - 22:56 UTC - Português - B - 07/09/2013 - Nossa Rádio Relógio - Culto do Missionário R.R Soares e ao
fundo, a hora certa vinda do Observatório Nacional - SINPO: 22222
4 - 5035 kHz - 15:00 UTC - Português - B - 07/09/2013 - Rádio Aparecida - Identificação "Emissora da Fundação Nossa
Senhora Aparecida - Rádio Aparecida - ZYK-542 - OM 820 kHz" - Início da Missa na Basílica de Aparecida –
SINPO: 44444
Konrad Oliveira Kelmer (PY4126SWL) - QTH: Juiz de Fora - Minas Gerais - Brasil
Receptor: Motobras RMPF121 AC Antena: Telescópica
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 - 3365 07/set 0047 B Rádio Cultura, Araraquara, SP- música "Dona" do Grupo Roupa Nova. SINPO 55444
2 - 4765 07/set 0123 TJK Rádio Tajik, Yangiyul,Tadjiquistão, música folclórica local. SINPO 23323
3 - 4815 07/set 0135 B Rádio Difusora de Londrina, Londrina, PR -Pastor citando passagem bíblica Mateus
capítulo11,versículo de 2 a 5. SINPO 55455
4 - 4825 07/set 0148 B Radio Canção Nova, Cachoeira Paulista, SP - música cristã católica "Estou Aqui". SINPO 55555
5 - 4865 07/set 0157 B Rádio Alvorada, Londrina, PR-reza do terço de uma novena. SINPO 55455
6 - 4905 07/set 0204 B Rádio Relógio Federal, Rio de Janeiro, RJ-prefixo da emissora ZYJ465, depois chamada para
"mensagens de fé c/pastor R.R. Soares". SINPO 55555
7 - 4975 07/set 0213 B Rádio Iguatemi, Osasco, SP-entrevista com o Dr. Rodrigo Pagani. SINPO 55455
8 - 5035 07/set 2019 B Radio Aparecida, Aparecida, SP-Programa "Com a mãe Aparecida" tocando musica "Balada por
um reino"padre Zezinho. SINPO 55555
9 - 3320 07/set 0235 AFS Rádio Sonder Grense, Meyerton, Africa do Sul - tocando música reggae, locutor falava em
inglês. SINPO 44434
10 - 4930 07/set 0320 BOT Rádio VOA, Mopeng Hill, Botswana - transmitindo noticiário, que dá o e-mail da
VOA"voanews.com". SINPO 54444
11 - 4985 07/set 03:41 B Rádio Brasil Central,Goiania, GO - Programa Giro na Madrugada,tocando musica "Lê,lê,lê" de
João Neto e Frederico. SINPO 55454
12 - 4960 07/set 0428 STP Rádio VOA, Pinheira, São Tome e Príncipe, noticiário em inglês, locutora é uma mulher.
SINPO 45545
13 - 5015 07/set 0441 B Rádio Cultura de Cuiabá, Cuiabá , MT -transmitindo programa da Igreja Pentecostal Deus é
Amor, onde informa o email da igreja "ipda.com.br",recepção ruim. SINPO 32322
14 - 4775 07/set 0454 SWZ Rádio TWR África, Manzini, Swazilândia, transmissão em alemão, pregação e depois música.
SINPO 54444
15 - 5040 07/set 0531 CUB Rádio Habana, Cuba, transmissão de música em espanhol, locutores dizem "transmitindo de
Habana, Cuba para toda a América Latina". Sinal oscila muito. SINPO 33233
16 - 4775 07/set 1809 B Rádio Congonhas, Congonhas, MG - irradiando propaganda de gráfica e editora Congonhas,
depois missa do santuário do Bom Jesus, com música católica e com o tema "Juventude que ousa lutar, constrói o
projeto popular. SINPO 55455
17 - 4915 07/set 2105 B Rádio Daqui, Goiânia, GO- prefixo da emissora ZYH 756 em 1230khz, ZYF191 em 60 metros...
Música. SINPO 54555
18 - 4930 08/set 0338 BOT Radio VOA, Selebi Phikwe, Botswana, transmitindo notícia em inglês. SINPO 44444
19 - 3200 08/set 0408 BOT Rádio TWR África, Manzini, Swazilândia - transmitindo chamada em alemão, depois canto
de um coral. SINPO 33333
Fernando Luiz de Souza - QTH: Lorena – São Paulo - Brasil
Receptor Yaesu FT-897D e Sony ICF-7600GR Antenas: Longwire p/ Ondas Curtas e Dipolo V invertido
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1 – 4880 07/09/13 0004 IND Radio AIR LUKNOW en Hindí emisión de música. SINPO 32222
2 - 3310 07/09/13 0017 BOL Radio Mosoj Chasquí en Lengua Quechua ,comentarios de locutora mencionan mosoj
chaski Poco desvanecimientos aunque bastante ruido la escucho hasta las 00:50
3 – 3320 07/09/13 0046 AFS Radio Sonder Grensse, música clásica , música de cámara este espacio lo escucho a diário.
SINPO 34333
4 – 3365 07/09/13 0052 B Radio Cultura araraqua en portugés . Locutor anuncia temas musicales,música. SINPO 34333
5 – 4885 07/09/13 0055 B Radio NO Identificada Presumo Clube do Pará o sino Radio Difusora Acreana a la 01:00 UTC
cierre. SINPO 23222
6 – 3635 07/09/13 0106 ARG Concurso Prefectura 2013 QSO entre LU7DOT Guillermo y LU4YAB Gustavo le otorga 6
puntos a Gustavo "CQ Concurso Prefectura 2013….LU1VDF otro QSO. SINPO 44444
7 – 3655 07/09/13 0114 CHL CE4KCA llama para concurso Prefectura , operador Rodrigo qso con LU3FD
8 – 3695 07/09/13 0218 ARG LU en rueda de amigos , comentario sobre una tormenta que le arrancó la antena
9 – 4699,95 08/09/13 0110 BOL Radio San Miguel con emisión de música instrumental autóctona, intervención de
locutor a las 01:22 UTC , continúa música. SINPO 22122
10 – 5000 08/09/13 0125 USA Time Signal USA Fort Collins. SINPO 21222
11 – 5035 08/09/13 0143 B Radio Aparecida, emisión de música ,sacra ,intervenciones de la locutora menciona, Todos
los caminos a Deus, habla del corazón a Deus ,comunica con oyente o corresponsal, habla sobre la familia en la
comunicación. SINPO 43444
12 – 5040 08/09/13 0215 CUB Radio Habana Cuba Español ,comentario sobre escritor premiado. SINPO 44344
13 – 5025 08/09/13 0230 CUB Radio Rebelde . Muy interferida , con un zumbido muy fuerte.
14 – 4815 08/09/13 0240 B Radio difusora Londrina Portugués, programa Religioso ,continúo escuchándola hasta 02:59.
SINPO 44444
15 – 4955 08/09/13 2345 PRU Radio Cultural Amauta en español, identifican la emisora y música. SINPO 33233
Ernesto Paulero - QTH: Buenos Aires - Argentina
Receptor: ICOM R 75 Antena: dipolo de 15 Mts por lado a 6,50 Mts de altura
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DIA
HORA FREQ (KHZ) ITU NOME DA RÁDIO, COMENTÁRIOS
SINPO
01 - 08/09
0130 4815
B
Difusora Londrina, px Luz nas Trevas
54454
02 - 08/09
0136 3320
AFS Sonder Grense, fv talks, mx variadas
33232
3 - 08/09
0142 3310
BOL Mosoj Chaski, fv talks, mx sobre espírito santo
22222
4 - 08/09
0158 3365
B
Cultura Araraquara, mx Wando “Raio estrela e luar” 55555
5 - 08/09
0207 4840
USA WWCR, mv, pregação em inglês
22222
6 - 08/09
0213 4865
B
Alvorada, mx religiosa, leitura do evangelho
33333
7 - 08/09
0218 4985
B
Brasil Central, mx “Madagascar”
43333
8 - 08/09
0223 5024
CUB Rebelde, mx cubanas
22222
9 - 08/09
0228 5035
B
Aparecida, fv fazendo oração
22222
10 - 08/09
0235 5040
CUB Havana Cuba, mv, noticias gerais
33333
11 - 08/09
0241 5000
USA WWV, sinais horários
12221
12 - 08/09
0248 4825
B
Canção Nova, mx gospel
12221
13 - 08/09
0254 2380
B
Educadora, mv, pouco compreensível
12221
14 - 08/09
0259 3215
USA WWCR, mv, pregação
12221
15 - 08/09
0304 3240
SWZ TWR África, mx regional
22222
16 - 08/09
0309 3350
S
Exterior de España, mv com noticias
22222
17 - 08/09
0314 4780
DJI
RTD, mx tradicional ou oração cantada
22222
18 - 08/09
0320 4930
BOT BBG VOA, mv e fv, notícias
32222
19 - 08/09
0327 5050
USA WWRB, forte interferência
12121
Paulo Labastie - QTH: Pindamonhangaba – São Paulo – Brasil
Rádios utilizados: Sangean ATS 909X e Degen 1103; Antena: long wire 10m
Glenn Hauser
Logs September 19, 2013
** BANGLADESH. 15505, Sept 19 at 1357 JBA open carrier from BB, then adding IS, I think, but just too weak to make
out a timesignal if any circa 1400 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BOLIVIA. 5952+, Sept 19 circa 0100 and for several previous evenings, Radio Pio Doce has been missing from usual
spot; off earlier or off completely? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHAD [and non]. 6165-, Sept 19 I tune in too late at 0058 as RHC carrier is already on, with lo hum and weak CCI, so I
suspect RNT is back on after missing yesterday. Another check at 0511 detects a LAH with talk under RHC (Glenn
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Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. Firedrake [non] CNR1 jamming September 19 before 1400:
17080, very poor at 1348; none in the 16s
15570, poor at 1349 with flutter
15540, very poor at 1349
15115, fair at 1350 with usual CCI; none in the 14s, 13s
12370, JBA at 1350
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 6165, Sept 19 at 0058, RHC carrier is already on earlier than usual, blocking presumed Chad, q.v.
6000 & 5040, Sept 19 at 0512, RHC has Spanish on these two instead of scheduled English, which remains on 6060,
6125, 6165. 0513 closing credits for `Sonido Cubano` very nice music show, the same one heard during the ``buffer``
hour at 23-24 on 13780, 6000.
6000, Sept 19 at 1136, RHC Spanish modulation is quite suppressed; wiggle that patchcord!
13780, Sept 19 at 1354, RHC with buzz on modulation, not so on 11760.
Re RHC`s ``new`` frequency 11960, as reported by Ivo Ivanov at 11-15 UT. I previously contradicted this, saying I could
not hear it at all. Then Wolfgang Büschel had me doubting my own ears:
`` Glenn, checked La Habana on 11960 kHz today Sept 18 via various remote units in USA and Canada, around 1155 UT
and this broadcast is a REAL BROADCAST - non mixing product today, same strength like 11690, 11760, and 11860
kHz!!!!!!! Heard all transmission frequencies except 17730, noted on Sept 18. 73 wb``
So I keep trying to hear 11960 again on Sept 19: altho 11690, 11760 and 11860 are strong as usual, nothing more than a
JBA carrier audible here on 11960 at 1134, 1220, 1310, 1355. Nothing else is scheduled on 11960 anywhere near this hour
in HFCC, EiBi or Aoki.
Now I am beginning to wonder if the remote SDRs they are using produce an imaginary signal on 11960 from RHC,
perhaps internal mixing of 11760 & 11860? Is anyone else hearing RHC on 11960 with their *own* (preferably analog)
receiver with their *own* ears? It would not be the first time remote receivers have ``heard`` something that`s not really
there (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** GUAM. 5765-USB, Sept 19 at 1137, AFN is JBA in storm noise level but enough to tell it is on (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** GUATEMALA. 4055, good signal Sept 19 at 1129, R. Verdad ending neat banjo piece with SFX, probably the
``Workin` on the Railroad`` theme to `Tren del Evangelio` in its regular spot, now propagating half a sesquihour before
sunrise here. TGAV`s 700 watts nominal continue to provide an impressive signal, the only local SW broadcaster left in
all of Central America, despite some occasional doubtful logs of other Guatemalans, Hondurans (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** INDIA. 11985, Sept 19 at 0057, AIR today very poor with flutter, hum, and talk rather than IS past 0058 as sometimes
heard on this transmission, so really amid Sinhala? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 550, Sept 19 at 1203 UT choral NA finishes, full ID for XEPL on 91.3 and 550, 24 hours, ``La Súper
Estación``; 1204 consumer program with YL called `Radio Express`. Cantú:
550 XEPL La Super Estación + FM 91.3 Cd. Cuauhtémoc, Chih. 5,000 150
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 670, Sept 19 at 1201 UT, XETOR, Torreón, Coahuila with full ID atop the channel but never very strong.
Cantú:
670 XETOR Radio Ranchito Torreón, Coah. 1,000 250
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 720, Sept 19 at 1144 UT, mentions Grupo Fórmula, SEP PSA, ad for ranchera CD to celebrate independence,
1146 a R. Fórmula full ID but too much QRM; includes an FM frequency with an 8 in it and 720 AM. Therefore per Cantú
it can only be this one, sunrise now late enough for the east coast still to be propagating:
720 XEAVR Radio Fórmula 1er Cadena + FM 89.1 Veracruz, Ver. 10,000 250
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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** MEXICO. 900, Sept 19 at 1206 UT, choral NA running late or a very long version, loops SW, 1207 full ID mentions
Cuauhtémoc, 98.3, maybe ACIR Radio group, and maybe ``Radio Impacto``? Cantú has another but related slogan:
900 XEDT Hits FM + FM 98.3 Cd. Cuauhtémoc, Chih. 5,000 1,500
Googling XEDT leads to yet other names, possibly outdated: Radio Divertida, and La Reina. However, not on the ACIR
station list at http://www.grupoacir.com.mx/cobertura_nacional.php
nor any other in that city (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 980, Sept 19 at 1209 UT, choral NA ends, either late or very very long version, long pause, and 1210
announcement does not seem like full ID but unreadable. Yet assuming it`s in the UT -6 zone, playing NA around 6 am
local, Cantú shows only this:
980 XEDCH La Romántica + FM 102.1 Cd. Delicias, Chih. 1,000 1,000
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** NEW ZEALAND. 6170, Sept 19 1318, no signal from RNZI which is still supposed to start at 1300; despite sufficient
signal still from 6150 Australia; RNZI must be off. However, DRM noise on 9885-9895 was strong back at 1137. BTW, NZ
goes on DST already Sept 28-29, inevitably shifting relays of all that RNZ National programming one UT hour earlier
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 780, Sept 19 at 1147 UT, open carrier as usual from daytimer KSPI Stillwater, after 1200 with local news
instead of sports. Have not noticed their carrier in the nightmiddle lately, but always on way before LSR, which is
officially 1215 in Sept (1230 in Oct). FCC AM Query shows KSPI does have a PSRA starting at 6:00 am of ONE WATT in
Sept thru Feb, bumped up to 10 watts in March, and the full 250 rest of the year. This is NOT one watt or even ten (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 91.7, Sept 19 at 1321, KOSU`s Morning Edition host Ben Allen announces that he is leaving in two weeks
for a similar job at WITF in Harrisburg (not Hershey?) PA. KOSU won`t be the same without his creative weather
forecasts, and weather in PA is no doubt boring by comparison. He`s been quite a booster of KOSU`s brand new studio
``on Film Row`` in downtown OKC, which is inviting everyone to its grand opening tomorrow evening, including live
music --- chamber music? Of course not! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OMAN. 9760, Sept 19 at 0102, RSO is back on after missing yesterday, with Qur`an, fair with flutter and stronger than
9770 Turkey (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, Sept 19 at 0054, VP carrier from R. Chaski with some modulation vs band noise and 5990 Cuba splash,
until cutoff at 0104:34* which is 5.5 seconds later than yesterday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** THAILAND. 9795, Sept 19 at 1215, ``R. Thailand World Service`` ID in English stating transmitter site Udon Thani,
but not acknowledging VOA`s rôle, and introducing Mandarin, right into it. Preceded by those mellow bells I never tire of
hearing, bringing back memories of my 1969-1970 year in Thailand. Good signal, presumably slightly improved by beam
change from 54 to 30 degrees after Japanese quarter-hour (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1687 monitoring: confirmed on RMI webcast after 0330 UT Thursday Sept 19, and
presumably also on WRMI 9955. Next:
Thu 2100v on WTWW-1 9479
UT Fri 0327v on WWRB 5050
UT Sat 0200v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB
Sat 0630 & 1430 on HLR 7265-CUSB
Sat 1500 on WRMI 9955
Sat 2327v on WTWW-3 9930
UT Sun 0400v on WTWW-1 5830
Tue 1100 on WRMI 9955
Wed 0630 & 1430 on HLR 7265-CUSB
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A [and non]. 870, Sept 19 at 1148 UT, dominant signal in Vietnamese, voice-overing someone in English, certainly
KFJZ Fort Worth; fades out a few minutes later before XETAR takes over from *1200 with NA (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1010, Sept 19 at 1155, YL preacher in English loops NE/SW, fair signal and suspect KXEN as direxion and
format fit; QRM increases but at 1159 I do make out a KXEN ID, not positively same station as earlier. In an article for
IRCA DX Monitor Sept 14 about ``Your First Ten Missouri Stations``, Eric Bueneman in Hazelwood discounts 50 kW
KXEN because it`s temporarily QRP:
``I did leave one 50 kW station off this list: KXEN 1010, licensed to Festus (in southern Jefferson County). This Christian
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teaching station is left off because it presently operates at very low power (375 watts day, 175 watts night) with a nondirectional pattern. The station’s transmitter site, at Pontoon Beach, IL, was in the process of being sold at the time this
was written.``
So it`s not really a Missouri station, anyway (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1500, Sept 19 at 1215 UT, long relay of NOAA Weather Radio with usual degraded audio and robotic intonation;
suspect KJIM Sherman TX rather than a TIS: yes, NOAA finally mentions something locally identifiable, ``North
Texas`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 4875v, Sept 19 at 0056 as I am surveying the 60m band with BFO at 5-kHz steps from the DX-398 on
the porch, here`s a ``banshee`` carrier which is slowly cycling up and down. Could be utility rather than broadcaster
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
VOA Radiogram
VOA Radiogram for the weekend of 2121-22 Sept 2013
Hello friends, This weekend's VOA Radiogram (number 27, 21-22 September 2013) is produced using Fldigi
3.21.76AB. For best results, use this version, available from www.w1hkj.com/alpha/fldigi/v3.21/
One improvement in 3.21.76AB is that it can send images in MFSK64 and MFSK128. Previously, MFSK32 was the fastest
MFSK mode for sending images without the pictures appearing skewed (off center). Images do not transmit more quickly
in MFSK64 and MFSK128, but they do have higher resolution.
If your decoded MFSK64 and MFSK128 images are still slanted or skewed, calibration of the receive codec might be
helpful. One such method for doing this is described here: www.w1hkj.com/FldigiHelp-3.21/DigiWWV.html.
Our non-Latin alphabet of the week is Greek. You will need the UTF-8 character set for the Greek and for some of the
punctuation in the English items. I forgot to change some of the typographic apostrophes ’ to typewriter apostrophes ' , so
they will not display correctly if you do not have the UTF-8 character set. In Fldigi, that adjustment is made in Configure
Colors & Fonts.
This weekend's program includes an English VOA News item in Flmsg format. When all the text is received, the story will
render, or pop up, as a new web page on your browser, suitable for saving or forwarding. To make Flmsg work with Fldigi
(both can be downloaded from w1hkj.com), in Fldigi: Configure > Misc > NBEMS -- Under Reception of flmsg files, check
both boxes, and under that indicate where your Flmsg.exe file is located.
Much of the show this weekend is in the MFSK64 mode, which might be a bit optimistic if reception conditions are less
than ideal.
Here is the lineup of modes for VOA Radiogram, 21-22 September 2013:
2:53 MFSK16: Program preview
2:40 MFSK32: Sample of Greek text
:49 MFSK32 image: VOA Greek Service logo
3:01 MFSK32: "Need to Protect the Internet"
1:45 MFSK64: Radio Free Sarawak/Discovery Channel
2:23 MFSK64 image: "Duck Commander"
:27 MFSK128: CNBC Saracens deal
:48 MFSK128 image: CNBC logo
:45 MFSK32: E-mail address
4:40 MFSK64: BBC Worldwide, Giglio TV, Voice of Greece, All India Radio
2:55 MFSK64/Flmsg: VOA News re Voyager Golden Record
2:17 MFSK32 image: Voyager Golden Record
:33 MFSK32: Closing announcements
VOA Radiogram transmission schedule
(all days and times UTC)
Sat 1600-1630 17860 kHz
Sun 0230-0300 5745 kHz
Sun 1300-1330 6095 kHz
Sun 1930-2000 15670 kHz
All via the Edward R. Murrow transmitting station in North Carolina.
Please send reception reports to [email protected]
Screenshots and audio samples are appreciated, especially audio of difficult reception that nevertheless results in a
successful decode of the text modes.
Reception on inexpensive shortwave portable radios is helpful, but so is reception on more sophisticated communications
receivers, amateur transceivers, and SDR receivers.
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I am now studying your reports from the weekend of 14-15 September and will be responding in the next couple of days.
Kim Andrew Elliott Producer and Presenter
VOA Radiogram [email protected] http://voaradiogram.net Twitter: @voaradiogram
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Minha entrevista para a Voz da Russia
Minha Entrevista para a Radio Voz da Russia 12060 Khz 25 metros 300 Kw, ontem 18/09/2013
http://portuguese.ruvr.ru/2013_09_19/onda-dx-de-18-de-setembro-4110
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Frecuencia Al Día
-Frecuencia Al Día- [No. 344, Septiembre 20, 2013] En esta emisión:
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Un análisis de su más reciente número 25 de esta publicación-revista
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Logs September 1919-20, 2013
** ALASKA [and non]. 7355, Sept 20 at 1205, after remarking that I hardly ever hear KNLS` English hour, here it is, poor
with deep fades in gospel rock; 1207 YL ID as ``New Life Station, KNLS``, bit about Androids, consult FTC website for
info about security (in China??); ACI from 7360 can be avoided.
1208 another capsule, `American Highways` about I-94 around Miles City MT, movie locations, bucking horse sale.
Having hooked listeners with secular stuff, segué to bit about Sampson killing 30 men, as per Judges, on `True Stories
from the Bible in Contemporary English`. Yeah, sure. 1212 another ID; reception is deteriorating.
Hey, how is WCBC`s Madagascar World Voice project going? If ever on, we`re sure that will be much easier to hear from
the nearly-antipodal other worldside, than Alaska is in the much closer Lower 48.
Still stalled, apparently as unable to bribe appropriate official to let the three brand new Continental transmitters come in
from the dock in Houston. How did the August elexion go, replacing the recalcitrant one? Here`s the Third Quarter 2013
Latest Update,
http://www.worldchristian.org/Updates/LatestNews/updates.php
so the Fourth should be along soon:
``Station MWV in Mahajanga, Madagascar, is ready to receive the last shipment from Houston and then broadcasting
can begin to cover the rest of the world with the gospel. Four containers with three 100,000 watt transmitters and some
security equipment are ready to be shipped once we receive permission from the minister of communication to begin
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broadcasting. From this station the 10/40 window will be our focus. 97% of the unreached people in the world live in this
area (700 million Muslims, 750 million Hindus and 200 million Buddhists). India, South American and new areas of
Russia and China will be able to receive our broadcasts. With 3 billion shortwave receivers available, we will be able to
reach the entire world with the gospel.
The Future --- Discussions are taking place about a second medical mission trip to Madagascar. We continue to help with
projects to be a good neighbor to our community near Mahajanga.
The Madagascar station will be broadcasting based on God’s timetable and not ours. Pray for courage and trust in God’s
plan for this station. Pray for the elections in Madagascar in August and the one signature that we need for that last
shipment. Keep Kevin and Nancy Chambers in your thoughts.
There will be news coming soon about the beginning of Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Chinese and English for Africa
broadcasts from a mega-website with many worldwide followers. Andy Baker`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** BANGLADESH. 15505, Sept 20 from *1357:30 JBA carrier, BB too weak to detect any TT, IS or TS (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BOLIVIA. 5952+, Sept 20 at 0052, R. Pio Doce must be back with carrier on distinctive frequency, but too much noise
now, and pointless Cuban jamming encroaching from the hi side (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHAD. 6165-, Sept 20 at 0056, undermodulated music on fair signal, RNT back again all-night, as also heard past
previous signoff by Bill Bingham, RSA (who is mainly checking for Zambia), at 0001-0015; of course, RHC not yet up on
6165 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 6060, Sept 20 at 0515, RHC English is totally obliterated by self-imposed big buzz on this frequency only.
Couldn`t happen to a nicer person than Arnie Coro with a non-DX propaganda piece, but still clear on the overkill
quartet of 5040, 6000, 6125, 6165. (Arnie claims they really need 5 frequencies to reach nearby North America.)
9500.0, Sept 20 at 1149, today`s RHC spur is on exactly this frequency atop an Asian station instead of usual 9505 or so;
// 9540 but an echo apart from 9550. There could also be one matching on 9580 but buried under Australia. Amazingly,
modulation on 9500 is good enough instead of extremely distorted that it could be taken as intentional. The 9500 victim
is only another of the countless totally dispensable CNR1 frequencies, per Aoki; Commies vs Commies!
11960, Sept 20 at 1228, another fruitless check for alleged new RHC frequency, nothing but a JBA carrier despite bigsigs
from 11760 and 11860. Have Ivo or Wolfy --- or anyone --- heard 11960 again? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** GUAM. 5765-USB, Sept 20 at 1146 and 1301 chex, no signals audible from AFN (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** INDIA. 11740, Sept 20 at 0103, weak music, maybe ME, with heavy QRM from TADIL-A bonker, brash `anvil`
hammering, every tenth one prolonged (this number varies from one to another). HFCC has nothing on 11740 between 01
and 02, but Aoki does: AIR Sinhala, 0045-0115, 250 kW, 120 degrees from Panaji, GOA. Did not realize that should be
the same programming as:
11985, Sept 20 at 0058, presumed AIR Sinhala service, 250 kW, 174 degrees from Delhi-Khampur site, but instead just a
big hum overriding any hint of music let alone an IS as sporadically heard at this minute. If everything were working, this
should be // 11740, but probably not synchronized (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 770, Sept 20 at 1217 UT, dominant here instead of KKOB or KKOB is Spanish YL and sidekix, livening up a
This-day-in-history segment with a quiz, guess the year? Pertaining to Zoroaster and Juárez, what a pair. Presumed this
one per Cantú based on format and previous logs:
770 XEACH Radio Fórmula Primer Cadena Monterrey, N.L. 25,000 1,000
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MICRONESIA. 4755.5, Sept 20 at 1157 music playing from PMA The Cross is chopped off at 1158:08.5* without any
tones being audible. Next: SOLOMON ISLANDS (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** NEW ZEALAND. 9700, Sept 20 at 1152, RNZI is on as usual, tho only fair aimed away from us; but at 1300, no show
again on next scheduled frequency 6170, despite plenty from Australia on 6150. Nothing found on the old or new websites
about any such outage. There used to be a place warning about them (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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** PERU. 5980, Sept 20 at 0055, R. Chaski carrier detectable in noise, but did not get back to it in time to pinpoint cutoff,
already off by 0105:10. It should have been at 0104:39.5* according to standard precession rate (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOLOMON ISLANDS. 5020-, Sept 20 at 1159 carrier from SIBC in splash of 5025 Cuba autocutsoff at 1200:09.5*, 121
seconds after MICRONESIA, q.v. (90m had only a very weak 3385, untimed today) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** SOUTH CAROLINA [non]. 5890, Sept 20 at 1118 via WWCR, TOM service with cacophony of psychophants, praising
lord, Jesus, etc., but also strange sounds like moos; are the cows getting in on the act too? Maybe they are human moans
instead. Yet the voice of Brother Scare himself cannot be detected, what a respite. At 1302 I notice that 5890 is still on the
air tho supposed to switch to 9980 at 1200! Not yet heard on WWRB 9370, nor WTWW 9930, but the latter cuts on at
*1303.
A long story about Brother Stair in the local newspaper has been making the rounds, must be showing up on aggregators,
tho originally published in 2007y, significantly on Sept 16, and updated in 2012. Lou Gawab refers us to:
http://www.postandcourier.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?avis=CP&date=20070916&category=ARCHIVES&lopenr=30916
9900&Ref=AR&template=printart
It covers well his chequered history, including jail time, and makes one further wonder how he possibly gathers so much
money to keep going on all those stations. The world is replete with suckers having a high tolerance for hoarse huxters
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1687 monitoring: confirmed Thursday Sept 19 starting at 2100:08 on WTWW-1 9479. Also
confirmed on WWRB webcast, UT Friday Sept 20 at 0330, interrupting a screaming g.h. for a reserved gh after brief
pause, no announcement; also confirmed at 0355 check on 5050, which is much weaker than neighbors on 5085, 5040.
Next:
UT Saturday 0200v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB
Sat 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB
Sat 1500 on WRMI 9955
Sat 2330v on WTWW-2 9930
UT Sun 0400 on WTWW-1 5830
Full schedule including many more webcasts:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 650, Sept 20 at 0525 UT, now we can`t depend on 650 Spanish music being somexican such as XETNT: WSM
country song with Spanish lyrix, Gringo accent, back to English. BTW, there`s been an interesting thread on ABDX about
how WSM`s coverage contracted drastically when they dropped AM stereo, even for those listening in mono. Of all the 50
kW AM big guns, WSM with its music format ought to bring AM$ back (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 910, Sept 20 at 1133 UT, the distinctive voice of Orion Samuelson talking about farmers` markets, and the top
ten states by number of them. (BTW it`s not like the Hunter, but ``OR-ee-un``). Break for national commercials, and for
Dakota Agronomy, a clew. Show was `National Farm Report`, ending 1137 and ``91 Classic Country KCJB`` ID, which is
Minot ND, 5/5 kW U4. Per 2005 NRC Pattern Book (still haven`t received the new 2013 edition), KCJB night pattern is
mostly north; day pattern is a tangent circle favoring SW, but plenty also to the south. September sunrise for KCJB is not
supposed to be until 1215 UT (October 1300). (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. Re my unID Spanish QRMing KOKC, neighbor Richard Allen says:
``Glenn: I've listened to 1520 kHz and believe the QRM is from KQQB not closing down at night. I heard them this
morning in SS with references to San Antonio. I may be wrong, but KOKC is very difficult to hear at times. At times, I also
hear Sport Radio 1520 from Rochester MN``
KQQB used to be C&W, 2.5 kW daytimer, COL Stockdale TX per last year`s NRC AM Log (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. I start my circa 0100 UT Sept 20 monitoring session on the porch with DX-398 on MW instead of SW,
looking for TA carriers. First try 783 for Mauritania --- nothing there, but instead on 785?! I guess it`s a birdie, but how
would it show right on 785.0 when all the major signals are on multiples of 10? KSPI Stillwater OK also used to put out
spurs on 776 and 784, not heard in a long time now.
At 0052-0055 a few real TA carriers are detected JBA on: 774, 1053, 1107, 1575 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
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Radio Habana Cuba
Día Mundial de la Paz
El Día Internacional de la Paz ofrece al mundo una oportunidad para luchar por ese noble ideal, vinculado con a
hermandad y respeto entre los pueblos.
Los cubanos dedicamos esta fecha, al reclamo por la inmediata liberación de nuestros héroes y de los patriotas
puertorriqueños, presos en los Estados Unidos, por defender el derecho de sus compatriotas a la vida y la
autodeterminación.
Fraternalmente, Rosario Lafita Fernández - J’Dpto. de Correspondencia Internacional - Radio Habana Cuba
Oscar de Céspedes
Anuncia Su Retiro De Radio Marti La Corresponsal Diana Molineaux
La corresponsal de Radio Martí DIANA MOLINEAUX anunció hoy Viernes 20 de Septiembre que abandonaba su trabajo
en dicha emisora, después de más de dos decadas, como corresponsal en Washington, DC. El anuncio fue realizado en el
Noticiero del Mediodía (16:00 UT). 73's Oscar de Céspedes.
Oscar de Céspedes
Fallecio Esteban Lamela Locutor Y Reportero Del Canal 23 Miami (Univisión)
Esta semana se nos fue un gran amigo y mentor que a tantos nos abrió el camino en el falsamente deslumbrante mundo
de la televisión. Tanto en términos de estatura como de nobleza, Esteban LaMela fue un gran hombre. Muchos lo
recuerdan por las sibilantes eses con las que despedía sus reportajes en Noticias 23. Pero hay mucho más que merece la
pena recordar.
El primer reportero de la televisión hispana en Miami nació en Nuevitas, Camagüey, hace casi 93 años que vivió a
plenitud. Sus primeras crónicas fueron publicadas en el diario El Camagüeyano. Aquí en Miami, como los pioneros que
conquistaron el Oeste Salvaje, Lamela y su primer camarógrafo, Néstor Penedo, salían cargados con las pesadas cámaras
y equipos de sonido de la televisión prehistórica en busca de noticias en este nuevo mundo.
Lamela fue locutor de VoA (La Voz de América) en la decada de los años 60.
Pedro Arrunátegui
Chasqui DX PFA Setiembre 2013
CQ, CQ, CQ…Aquí Pedro F. Arrunátegui para compartir algo con los que disfrutan y aman el DX latinoamericano, todas
las horas son UTC, desde la tierra de los incas, les informo mediante este Quipus lo siguiente:
920.00 ECUADOR, R. La Democracia, 8/09 0735-0800 33333 mx ID "Democracia" mx ID “Democracia mx romántica
LA” (Ligera interferencia de RPP de Cusco) mx criolla.
939.98 ECUADOR, R. Difusora de la Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana, Quito, 8/09 0805-0828 33333 mx romántica LA ID
"Radio Difusora de la Casa de la Cultura ecuatoriana" mx varias ID “Radio Difusora de la casa de la Cultura
Ecuatoriana, la primera radio Cultural del país”.
969.99 PERÚ, R. Líder, Cajamarca, 26/08 0305-0325 22222 mxf ID “Amigos de Radio Líder” mx ID “Lo mejor de la
música por Radio Lider.." mx ID “Radio Líder, mejor compañía durante las 24 horas del día…" px Mas allá de mi
tierra, saludos a nuestros amigos del distrito de los Baños del Inca.
1040.00 COLOMBIA, R. Colmundo, Bogotá, 25/08 0505-0530 22222 ID “Colmundo Radio mejor cadena de Colombia
mx ID “En Bogotá 1040 Colmundo, la radio de música romántica” mx romántica LA. (Escuchar la grabación
adjunta con audífonos).
1270.00 ECUADOR, R. Universal, Guayaquil, 25/08 0538-0605 33333 mx pasillo y vals varios mx por Julio Jaramillo ID
“Universal… la mejor”
1399.85 PERÚ, R. Nueva Campesina, Cajamarca, 4/09 0210-0322 22222 (mxf se cruza con Radio Callao) ID "Esta es
Nueva Campesina en los 1400kHz" mxf varias ID "Y ahora estamos a las 10 y 19 un saludo muy especial a toda la
gente que están escuchando la programación de Radio Nueva Campesina 1400 kHz nosotros como siempre
identificando con la calidad......” (tnx Tore)
3310.00 BOLIVIA, R. Mosoj Chaski, Cochabamba, 19/09 2308-2335 22222 px en quechua mx ID "Radio Mosoj Chaski"
news mx advs.
4699.96 BOLIVIA, R. San Miguel, Riberalta, 17/09 2338-0005 22222 news varias con regular ruido informan
convocatoria sindical de los diferentes departamento sobre un proyecto ley advs varios px La voz el noticiero
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boliviano más completo ID "A través de radio San Miguel…"
4765.00 BRASIL, Ten. R. Integracao, Cruzeiro da Sul, 2/09 0938-1005 22222 mx muy buenos días (la intensidad de la
señal varia y se acompaña de fuerte ruido), advs atención amigo de Cruzeiro da Sul usted puede encontrar todo
los artefactos necesario para su casa en… NOTA: coloco Ten por no haber escuchado ID correspondiente.
4774.90 PERÚ, R. Tarma, Tarma, 7/09 2210-2245 44444+ mx tropical andina px saludos y mensajes ID "Aquellos que
están en sintonía de Radio Tarma, siempre la primerísima, llámenos al 321510 y solicite la música que desea" mx
ID "Siempre en sintonía de Radio Tarma Internacional.." mx ID “Radio Tarma Internacional.." NOTA: Ante
4774.95 ahora 4774.90
4789.87 PERÚ, R. Visión, Chiclayo, 4/09 0115-0140 33333+ intensiones de oración hacia sus seres queridos ID "Por
Radio Visión desde la ciudad de Chiclayo"
4835.00 PERÚ, R. Ondas del Sur Oriente, Quillabamba, 4/09 2240-2310 44444 px religioso mx religiosa ID “A través de
Radio Ondas del Sur Oriente” Todos unidos ante el dengue, acude al área de salud más cerca de tu casa.
4865.00 BRASIL, R. Verde Floresta, Acre, 26/08 1105-1136 33333 saludos y mensajes ID “A nuestros amigos de Radio
Verde Floresta” news de Brasil comentarios sobre la situación política de Brasil mx.
4885.00 BRASIL; R. Dif. Acreana, Rio Branco, 1/09 1105-1134 33333 mx news NOTA: durante este trimestre se ha
presentado mucha dificultad para captar las estaciones de Brasil, apena audibles.
4925.20 BRASIL, R. Educacao Rural, Tefé, 17/09 0010-0035 22222 news y advs varios ID Usted sintoniza… Educacao
ID “Esta usted en sintonía de Radio Educacao Rural… escuchar grabación adjunta con audífonos”
5024.92 PERÚ, R. Quillabamba, Quillabamba, 17/09 1040-11005 44444++ advs cooperativa agraria y crédito
Quillabamba, le da el préstamo que usted necesita px La hora seis ID Desde Radio Quillabamba" news NOTA:
Reportado antes en 5094.94 ahora 5024.92
5039.20 PERÚ, R. Libertad, Junín, 2/09 1010-1040 44444++ mxf huayno px por Vicente de los Milagros ID "Ahora la
repuesta es una sola Radio Libertad" advs medicina natural cubana.
6134.80 BOLIVIA, R. Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, 4/09 0147-0205 44444+ mx tropical andina advs ID “No importa donde
valla, nunca olvide de su radio, Santa Cruz una radio que sabe acompañar…” mx ID “Escuche radio Santa Cruz, la
primera" ID “ 970khz onda media, 6135kHz banda sonora, 92.3 MHz frecuencia modulada , trasmite Radio
Santa Cruz desde Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia” al s/off dicen “Un día más ha transcurrido y al terminar
nuestra jornada, radio Santa Cruz se despide de ustedes, con el deseo de que la paz y la alegría permanezca en sus
hogares, mañana nuevamente estaremos con ustedes, acompañándolos en el hogar, en el trabajo y en toda su vida,
Radio Santa Cruz, emisora del instituto radio fónico Fe y Alegría, trasmite en su frecuencia de 970kHz onda
media, 6135 kHz banda de 49 metros onda corta, sus la oficina están situadas en el barrio en el Flores…..(escuchar
grabación adjunta) …..0205 s/off
6173.90 PERÚ, R. Tawantinsuyo, Cusco, 26/08 2220-2345 44444 mxf ID “Así amigo de Radio Tawantinsuyo… español
y quechua” mxf huayno ID “En esta hermosa tarde estamos disfrutando de la buena música con Radio
Tawantinsuyo..” En esta oportunidad con los Apus del Perú" mxf
La recepción la he efectuado del 25/08 al 19/09 en compañía de mi sabueso Icom IC R72 acompañado del Mizuho KX-3,
una antena de hilo largo de 12 metros y una antena loop . Muchos 128´s. PFA
Señores: Error en escritura en el reporte: Escribo:
5024.92 Perú, R. Quillabamaba.... antes 5094.94 ahora 5024.92. Favor de considerar el cambio. Con las disculpas del
caso. Saludos. Pedro
(Vivo en una casa muy pequeña, pero, sus ventanas se abren hacia un mundo muy grande
Aaron Kreider
Catch a wave ~ 48734873-4874 khz frequency drift latin american
I heard this two nights ago. Drifted from around 4873 to 4874 and kept drifting back and forth. I've never seen this much
frequency drift on a radio station. Got any idea what the station is?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oo8B6LlP5Wk&feature=autoshare
Heard in Philadelphia, PA with a medium strength signal (strong for a Latin American domestic).
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Jose Elias Diaz Gomez
Alegría y tristeza a la vez
Saludos amigos diexistas.
Espero se encuentren muy bien.
Ayer me fui con mi esposa a dar un paseo por la población de Puerto Piritu aqui en el Edo Anzoátegui, mas o menos como
a 45 minutos de Barcelona. Les comento que todas las veces que ido he pasado por esa misma vía que queda justamente
frente a la laguna de Puerto Piritu pero nunca había visto el letrero que decía: Museo Antañeses Tulycar Puerto Piritu, fue
mi esposa la que me dijo: oye mira lo que dice ahí y hay una cantidad de radios antiguos...no lo pensé dos veces, me
estacioné un poco mas adelante y me fui al lugar donde está el letrero que dice: Museo Antañeses Tulycar, la verdad es
que iba muy alegre porque iba a ver a esos radios antiguos, pero la alegría me duró poco, cuando estaba frente al museo
me pude dar cuenta que los pobres radios están como pidiendo auxilio, casi asfixiados por la cantidad de polvo, tierra y
telaraña que tienen encima, el señor dueño de los radios me dijo que el polvero es un problema grave y que por eso los
radios están asi. Amigos yo creo que esto es descuido del Sr que tiene la esperanza de tener un verdadero museo de
antiguedades, si al menos pudiera quitar la tierra, el polvo y la cantidad de telarañas del lugar seguro mas gente se
detendría a mirar estas joyas antiguas que son estos radios pero las personas pasan frente al sitio y nada que ver.
Estos pobres radios se estan deteriorando o mejor dicho están ya muy deteriorados, pero me imagino que con un poco de
cariño se les puede restablecer de alguna manera parte de su belleza aquella que les acompañó cuando estaban recien
hechos.
En estos dias vuelvo al lugar a tomar otras fotos, ya que tenía al sol de frente y el reflejo en el vidrio hizo que muchas
salieran malas.
Por el momento les dejo estas cuatro imagenes hasta que vuelva al museo y tome fotos a los radios pero sin tener al sol
entorpeciendo las capturas. (Fotos antes del artículo)
Un abrazo para todos. José Elías
Hugo López C.
Fallece Ricarte Soto, locutor de RFI
Amigos, comparto con ustedes la partida del que fuera locutor del servicio latinoamericano de Radio Francia Int., el
chileno Ricarte Soto.
http://www.latercera.com/noticia/entretencion/2013/09/661-543367-9-ricarte-soto-fallece-a-los-61-anos-tras-larga-luchacontra-el-cancer.shtml
ce3BBC - Hugo López C. - Santiago de Chile
Ulysses Galletti
Programa Estadão Acervo - Historia do Rádio no Brasil da BBC de Londres
Recomendo ouvirem na Rádio Estadão de São Paulo – SP, que opera nos 700 kHz em AM e 92.9 MHz em FM, o
programa "Estadão Acervo". Nesta semana inicia a apresentação da Historia do Rádio no Brasil da BBC de Londres
Apresentação de Geraldo Nunes. Resgate dos fatos que marcaram a história brasileira e mundial, com análise e
repercussão feita por historiadores e comentaristas. Acontecimentos históricos revividos por meio de relatos e áudios dos
personagens. SÁBADOS E DOMINGOS, ÀS 6H E ÀS 20H30
QRV - Ulysses Galletti
Jose Luis de Vicente
Pa0nhc version of the
the Miniwhip active antenna
El autor asegura que mejoro la antena, la version original la emplean en la universidad de twente (SDR).
http://members.ziggo.nl/nvrecording/nhc/Projects/Miniwhip/20121025miniwhip.htm
73 y Buenos DX - Jose Luis
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Glenn Hauser
Logs September 2121-22, 2013
** AFGHANISTAN [non]. 11895, Sept 22 at 0140 ``Sohl music`` like used to be played on Radio Sohl, not surprising,
since this is US BBG`s Deewa Radio, Pashto for the Afgo-Paki border area. Good but with heavy flutter, much like 11905
SLBC --- not surprising, since this is via SRI LANKA, too, Iranawila at 01-03, per Aoki switching to Kuwait at 03-04. Do
site changes on the hour rather than half-hour imply it`s more for Pakistan than Afghanistan? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** ALBANIA [and non]. 9850, Sept 22 at 0125, R. Tirana IS makes 8 bars on the DX-398 meter with external antenna
plugged in; not bad but nearby 9860 WHRI is full-scale. Yet RT is not getting QRM now, but less modulation at 0130
sign-on does have some splash; accurate schedule of the remaining two English broadcasts, program summary, 0131
news, 0142 music; now weaker but so is WHRI, slightly (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BOLIVIA. 4717-, Sept 21 at 0056, Yura is back and/or still on the air later than some nights, very poor with talk; 0103
music; Sept 22 at 0120 still on with music (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISGTENING DIGEST)
** BOLIVIA. 5952+, Sept 21 at 0059, R. Pio Doce is inaudible again, altho by comparison, 6135-, R. Santa Cruz has a
sufficient signal.
Next night, Sept 22 at 0102, 5952+ is on but poor vs senseless Cuban jamming on hi side, and 6135- goes off only a few
minutes later since it`s UT Sunday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 11915+, Sept 22 at 0117, enthusiastic Braziguese, maybe futebol, surely R. Gaúcha, slightly on the hi side. EiBi
says its 10 kW are aimed 310 degrees across Brasil, so also USward. Poor and much weaker than 11905 Sri Lanka, q.v.,
stronger than 11925, probably Bandeirantes, weaker than Catholicizing 11855, Aparecida which is second only to 11780
RNA, by a long shot (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA [and non]. 6165, Sept 21 at 0059, RHC open carrier is already on with hum. In this case some hum may be
caused by CCI from CHAD which is significantly on the low side to produce a LAH, but MUCH weaker than RHC here. I
notice that Bill Bingham in RSA hardly hears any QubaRM on 6165 when he gets Chad.
11960, Sept 21 at 1136 & 1238, no sign of RHC on alleged new frequency, unless it`s the JBA carrier despite very strong
RHC signals on 11760 and 11860. No further reports of 11960 received from Ivo or Wolfy or anyone. Possibly was a oneshot; there is after all a spare transmitter which was taken off 17730 a few weeks ago, and that might also account for my
hearing RHC on 9500 yesterday morning, but not today, assumed to be a spur from 9540. Arnie playing games? (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** GERMANY. 7375, UT Sunday Sept 22 at 0107, The Mighty KBC, Netherlands via Nauen is back this week with VG
signal, rock music. Kraig Krist explained what happened last week:
``Mighty KBC September 15, 2013 problems --- As many probably already know, the Mighty KBC went off the air
abruptly at 0010 UT on September 15, 2013, 7375 kHz via Nauen, Germany. According to Eric van Willegen, the reason
for the outage was due to thieves stealing cables at Nauen. Transmitters were automatically shut down. The outage also
impacted 6095 kHz as the broadcast wasn't able to begin on time. 73, (Kraig, KG4LAC, Krist, Manassas, Virginia, USA,
dxldyg too late for WOR 1687, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Cables are fixed and everything is a "go" for September 22, 2013
0000-0200 UT 7375 kHz via Nauen, Germany (Kraig, KG4LAC, Krist, 1305 UT Sept 20, dxldyg via DX LISTENING
DIGEST)``
** GREECE [and non]. 9420 // weaker 7475 and JBA 15650, UT Sunday Sept 22 at 0110, classical music, so Voice of
Greece must be carrying the ERA3 network again. More classical music from Romania. q.v. on 9525 at same time (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** GUAM. 5765-USB, Sept 21 around 1150 and 1237, nothing heard from AFN; fear it`s gone again, but no substitute
RTTY either (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** INDIA. 11740 // 11985, Sept 21 at 0058, AIR presumed with music in Sinhala service, both working properly for once!
Fair with flutter. On a single receiver, can`t tell if synchronized, but switching back and forth, certainly sounds like same
music, and not the IS.
Next night Sept 22 I am all set with a second receiver, the DX-375 I normally keep in the car, to compare the two, again
sound like same music, but before I can evaluate properly, 11740 cuts off the air abruptly at 0100* and never comes back.
20
(No TADIL-A bonker this time.)
11985 stays on with music, fair with flutter past 0105, and at 0116 check it`s playing a hi-pitched tone. This was supposed
to be the Sinhala service at from 0045 to 0115 on both 11740 Goa and 11985 Delhi-Khampur (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO [and non]. 780, Sept 21 at 1159 UT, KSPI OK open carrier on early as usual but no programming quite yet;
with it nulled, there is romantic music, 1201 ID as ``La Poderosa`` on an FM frequency I could not copy twice, and 780
AM; automated timecheck twice as ``7 con 1 minuto`` so it`s certainly in the UT-5 zone CDT. The new 2013 NRC AM
Log does not show any SS US station on 780.
Last IDed XE on 780 was XEWGR in Monclova, Coahuila, and there are none further west or north, so I don`t see how
this could be anything else, but IRCA Log shows it named ``Exa`` which is primarily on FM. Maybe ``poderosa`` is just
an informal slogan, and 10 kW on AM could qualify if that mattered in Mexican terms, but their FM 101.1 is only 2397
watts. No other 780s are named Poderosa in IRCA or Cantú (but both show a second Exa not to be confused with this):
780 XEWGR Exa + FM 101.1 Monclova, Coah. 10,000 250
780 XEZN Exa + FM 104.5 Celaya, Gto. 5,000 1,000
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 870, Sept 21 at 1202 UT, opening in presumed Tarahumara language, several announcers introducing
themselves in Spanish; 1205 live timecheck by YL DJ with many IDs in passing as XETAR and also as La Voz de la Sierra
Tarahumara, Guachochi, Chihuahua; she sounds a bit sleepy (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MICRONESIA. 4755.5, Sept 21 at 1118, PMA The Cross very poor with sermon in English; 1157 music, till cutoff at
1158:06.5* about two seconds after the DTMF cue tones erupted (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 89.3, Sept 21 at 1758 UT, Radio 74 International gospel-huxter network, then local ID for KIEL and
contact address P O Box 56, Loyal. Do they keep their Public File in the PO Box? No problem hearing it in Fairview,
unlike in Enid vs local 89.1 translator. May have been back on the air for some time after last confirmed absence when I
was closer to Loyal (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA [non]. 1590, Sept 22 at 1756 UT, I`m in Fairview OK for a beekeeper meeting, so try to hear KWEY
Weatherford OK, about 50 miles away instead of 75 in Enid: nope, still nothing but KVGB Great Bend KS on groundwave
with ID at 1756 UT after ESPN programming.
Still suspect despite unfavorable direxionality, KWEY is really not on the air. I was not expecting ESPN on KVGB, not
among the numerous networks listed for it in the 2013 NRC AM Log, which finally arrived today after the USPS tore up
the original envelope. Surely ESPN is nowhere near fulltime on it, maybe more on weekends (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, Sept 21 at 0055, R. Chaski carrier at usual very poor but detectable level in noise and splash; cut off at
0104:44.5* which is 10.5 seconds later than 48 hours ago, still averaging 5.25 seconds per day.
5980, Sept 22 at 0057, R. Chaski better than usual and no jamming for a change, so can make out some talk and music;
to cutoff at 0104:49.5*, five seconds later than yesterday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** ROMANIA. 9525, UT Sunday Sept 22 at 0112, RRI with a Beethoven symphony, nice to hear classical music both here
and on ERA3 Greece 9420. RRI is strong enough, but fluttery and with selective fading distortion. This is the bihour
Romanian broadcast to North America at 0000 via Tiganeshti (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SRI LANKA. 11905, Sept 22 at 0115, subcontinental music, good with heavy flutter, announcement in Hindi includes
``Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation`` pronounced in English, 0116 back to song. I have been wanting to hear this but
usually end my circa 0100 porch monitoring session before 0115. Aoki shows SLBC scheduled 0115-0330, 125 kW, 345
degrees from Trincomalee, which is favorable for US. 0126 recheck however, it`s gone! Leave a receiver on 11905 and find
carrier on and off: *0128-0129*, *0139 on and off and on and off, no modulation applied. Trinco must really be having
problems with this transmitter abandoned by Deutsche Welle (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1670, Sept 21 around 1330 and 2330 UT, I happen to be in the car and note WOZN Madison WI is loud & clear
both times with CBS Sports; along with many other X-band and top-end skywave signals. Both in full sunshine at least an
hour away from SR/SS here (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1687 monitoring: confirmed promptly at 0200 UT Saturday Sept 21 via Area 51 webcast
and presumably also on WBCQ 5110v-CUSB; also VG Saturday Sept 21 at 2330:15 on WTWW-2 9930, taking over from
hymns, sounded like Martha Garvin. Next: UT Sunday 0400 on WTWW-1 5830; Tuesday 1100 on WRMI 9955;
21
Wednesday 0630 & 1430 on HLR 7265-CUSB (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A [and non]. 7555, Sept 22 at 0108, KJES is off; it had been pretty reliable for the 0100-0230 broadcast. You
know, these out-of-band fixed frequencies authorized for US SWBC stations can be revoked at a moment`s notice if some
priority US government/military service complains, or even a foreign utility user complains to the FCC.
Now I am hearing some SSB in the 7552 area, but can`t demodulate it, apparently speech inversion, and the usual noisy
ute from France unimpeded on the hi side (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. TA carrier search UT Sept 21 at 0050-0055: JBA on: 774, 783, 882, 909, 945, 1044, 1053, 1107, 1134,
1152, 1206, 1215, 1422, 1494, 1503, 1512. Quite a haul; now if I could only get modulation.
TA carrier search UT Sept 22 at 0128, JBAs: 783, 882; resume at 0134 to find 945, 1125, 1134, 1179=could be Cuba (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. TP carrier search Sept 21 at 1139 UT: 747 and stronger 774, both surely NHK, and 1053, the S Korean
jammer (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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“RUS“RUS-DX” # 734
“RUS-DX” # 734 - Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 22, September 2013
Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic versión - Time : UTC
Editor : Anatoly Klepov - Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova - QTH : Moscow, Russia
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RUSSIA
Arkhangelskaya oblast.
Radio communications in the North of Russia - 100 years!
September 15, 1913 was opened Arkhangelsk ( Isakovor ) radio telegraph station - the first in the North and one of the
most powerful in Russia . All of its history has been inextricably linked with the development of the Northern Sea Route,
which was and still is one of the most important transport routes worldwide . Before the October Revolution radios
provide the needs of merchant shipping from the Northern seas and protect the northern borders of the Russian Empire.
Range of the radio station was about 1,500 kilometers . In the years of industrialization radio station has been involved in
the search for polar explorers and postings air and sea expeditions. During the twentieth century, remained the largest
radio station in the North, equipped with modern wide-range radio transmitters and antennas , which allows to keep in
touch with the courts in every corner of the world ocean.
It is symbolic that in the XXI century, it is on this that are relevant to all professionals in communications, location RTRS
creates an entirely new - digital - a telecommunication center .
In connection with this anniversary events RTRS organically fit into the context of the program of the All-Russian
conference " Application of space technology for the development of the Arctic region ", held in Arkhangelsk on
September 17-19… (http://rtrs.livejournal.com/?skip=10)
Kirovskaya oblast. Kirov.
New FM station. Radio Vanya. 104,3 MHz. (http://kirov.rtrn.ru/news.asp?view=19844)
Samarskaya oblast. Sukhodol.
New FM station. Radio Dacha. 103,2 MHz. WEB : www.radiodacha.ru. (OnAir.ru)
6238 kHz. Vasily's Weekend. Pirate Station.
September 22.
Just took in Minsk frequency 6238 kHz. On the air - well-known radio Basil Strel'nikov. Typically, it is broadcast to their
audiences through the "Podcasts" (regular) or sometimes through a live broadcast on the Internet.
Today, one of his students included the unit and relayed it to the SW (modulation: AM, not SSB). Taken on a street in
Minsk.
From the house it was not possible to take (including through my antenna on the roof) and I went for a walk :)
In the air was the transfer of "Pirate Radio. Vasily's Weekend". Contents: High-quality foreign music from the 80s to the
present day, as well as interactive with the Internet audience, chatting, sending greetings.
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYk8FKU9o_Q
Can someone also took? (Evgenij T. (Minsk, Belarus / “deneb-radio-dx” & “open_dx”)
I had an appointment. Initially thought to be working R.Mustang. Then the DJ started talking in Russian. Spotted them
around 1700, but the signal was weak. Then he went to the frequency of a few times. The best method was about 1850
until 1915. Degen took on the outer (full-time) 10 m antenna with 6 floors, windows to the north
(Alexander Golovihin, Togliatti, Russia)
MOLDOVA
Now listen to the broadcast "Radio Moldova" can be not only in the analog system. In Moldova established the first
transmitter to broadcast on medium wave that can carry digital signal. The head of "Radio Moldova" Alexander Dorogan
sure of digital standard - future. But while digital radio afford not to all residents of Moldova. according to said the device
while being tested. The State Enterprise "Radiocomunicaţii" confident that digital broadcasting will reduce energy
consumption by 2 times. The new signal will be different not only in the best quality, but also the wider network coverage.
http://www.kp.md/online/news/1538160/ (Vasily Gulyaev, Astrakhan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
That's where a little bit more, but for some reason the international broadcasting in Moldova "Radio Moldova" will switch
to international standards of digital broadcasting http://www.noi.md/ru/news_id/28118 September 20 I listen - to 873
kHz R.Moldova 1 operates in AM / / 1494 kHz. Previously, it was reported that tests at the CM is performed at night, after
the end of the regular broadcast. (Alexander Egorov, Kiev, Ukraine / "deneb-radio-dx")
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Hard-Core-DX Digest, Vol 129, Issue 17
BELARUS 11730 R. Belarus 2100 nice signal today with audio a little stronger than usual. 2100 ID by M in EG then
feature. The speed of the tlking seemed fast. Faulty tape machine?? 2109-2111 contact info and sked anmnts. Abt 100%
copy. (9 Sept.)
73 Dave Valko
Dunlo, PA, USA
DX-Window No. 488 - from the Danish Shortwave Club International Greve, Denmark
Editor and Distributor: Anker Petersen - September 18, 2013
DX NEWS
KYRGYZSTAN
4795.00, Kyrgyz R 1, Krasnaya Rechka, Bishkek, 0043-0047, Sep 14, Kyrgyz ann, man and woman discussing, 35232 //
4010 (45243). (Petersen)
RUSSIA
5930, R Rossii Kamchatka/GTRK Kamchatka, Yelizovo, 0710-0800, Sep 03, their local/regional programming (not // to
the other R Rossii sites), local IDs: “Radio Rossii Kamchatka”, chimes/bells, interviews, 0730 sounded almost like “This
is Kamchatka”, local news, at 0800 joined the other R Rossii stations and again became //. Good reception (slight audio
hum). A three minute recording at https://app.box.com/s/28ldp2uz650q9o7iaux2 . (Howard)
5940, R Rossii, Arman, Magadan, 0700-0710, Sep 03, news in Russian, fair-good // 5930, R Rossii Kamchatka (good),
7230, Yakutsk (poor) and 7320, Arman, Magadan (fair-good). (Howard)
TAJIKISTAN
4765, Tajik R 1, Yangijul, 2355, Sep 09, Tajik morning talk with excellent signal. Very good modulation. (Bancov)
Moscow Information DX Bulletin - Weekly electronic publication # 859 - September 17, 2013
The editor of the current issue: Alexander Dementyev.
Russia.
AUSTRIA / INDIA / SINGAPORE / SWAZILAND
Schedule A-13 regional offices of Trans World Radio:
Trans World Radio India:
0030-0045 on 11600 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Bengali Mon-Fri
0030-0115 on 11600 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Hindi Sun
0045-0115 on 11600 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Bhojpuri Mon-Fri
0045-0115 on 11600 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Nepali Sat
0115-0130 on 11600 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Dzonka
1245-1530 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Bengali/Hindi/Nepali/Dzonka
1245-1300 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Kui/Santhali Sat/Sun
1300-1315 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Ho/Kumaoni Sat/Sun
1315-1330 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Dogri Mon-Fri
1315-1330 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Mewari Sun-Thu
1315-1330 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Bhasha/Bengali Fri/Sat
1315-1430 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Hindi Sat/Sun
1330-1345 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Bondo/Maithili Sun-Tue
1330-1345 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Kasmiri/Tibetan Wed/Thu
1330-1345 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Haryanvi/Garhwali Fri/Sat
1330-1400 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Hindi Mon-Fri
1345-1415 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Kuruk/Kharia Sun
1345-1415 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Maithili Mon-Fri
1345-1415 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Bundeli Sat
1400-1415 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Hindi Mon/Wed-Fri
1400-1415 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Awadhi Tue
1415-1430 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Garhwali Mon-Fri
1415-1430 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Magahi Sun/Mon
1415-1430 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Mundari/Kuruk Tue-Sat
1430-1445 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Hindi
1430-1500 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Sadri/Chodri Sat/Sun
1430-1500 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Sindhi Mon-Fri
1445-1515 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Punjabi Sun
1445-1515 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Hindi Mon-Sat
1500-1515 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Bhili Sat/Sun
1500-1515 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Gamit/Vasali Mon-Fri
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1500-1530 on 7300 IRK 250 kW / 195 deg to SoAs Urdu
1515-1530 on 12055 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Mouchi/Dhodya Mon-Thu
1515-1545 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Punjabi Sat/Sun
1515-1615 on 12160 TAC 100 kW / 131 deg to SoAs Hindi Mon-Fri
1600-1630 on 7300 IRK 250 kW / 195 deg to WeAs Pashto/Dari
(DX RE MIX NEWS 798)
RUSSIA
September 17, 1922 in Moscow , the first radio concert : the day for the first time heard the words : "Listen ! Says Moscow
» . Opened the first in the history of post-revolutionary Russia radio concert singer Nadezhda Obukhov execution
romance " Do not tempt me needlessly ." The concert was also attended by artists of the Bolshoi Theatre of Antoninus
Nezhdanov Derzhinskaya Xenia , Basil Katchalov and other famous artists . Broadcast radio was conducted from Central
Station to the Comintern Shabolovke .
To speed up the start of the regular broadcast required a powerful incentive , and at the state level. Such stimulus became
the judgment of SNK on July 28, 1924 "On the private radio reception ", according to which individual users allowed to
have radio receivers and amateur radio - radio design . In addition, the decision spurred the deployment of the industrial
base for the production of radio receivers.
October 12, 1924 Promotion Bureau amateur radio MGSPS start systematically through a leased Sokolnicheskaya
broadcasting station (station name A.Popov ) . The first channel has started at 12 am, report on "The role of Lenin in
Soviet radio engineering and development tasks of the working of amateur radio ." Then the builder A.L.Mints radio
reported on radio technology . After the break, the concert of the students of the Moscow State Conservatory .
Since then, the broadcast was carried out on a regular basis , according to a strict schedule, which pre- published in the
newspapers.
(http://www.calend.ru/event/4542/)
DX RE MIX NEWS # 799 , September 20, 2013 - Editor : Ivo Ivanov, Sofia, Bulgaria
KOREA NORTH(non) Frequency change of North Korea Reform Radio in Korean:
1400-1600 NF 7595 TAC 200 kW / 070 deg to KRE, ex 7585, re 7590 // 9380 TAC
RUSSIA(non) Final summer A-13 shortwave schedule for Voice of Russia:
0000-0100 on 9465 ERV 500 kW / 296 deg to CeAm Spanish
0000-0100 on 12060 ERV 500 kW / 258 deg to SoAm Spanish
0100-0200 on 9435 ERV 500 kW / 296 deg to CeAm Spanish
0100-0200 on 12060 ERV 500 kW / 258 deg to SoAm Spanish
0200-0400 on 9435 ERV 500 kW / 296 deg to CeAm Spanish
0200-0400 on 9860 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to CeAs Russian
0200-0400 on 12060 ERV 500 kW / 258 deg to SoAm Spanish
0400-0500 on 9435 ERV 500 kW / 296 deg to CeAm Spanish
0400-0500 on 12060 ERV 500 kW / 258 deg to SoAm Spanish
0400-0500 on 15760 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to WeAs English
0500-0600 on 15760 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to WeAs Kurdish
0600-0700 on 21800 IRK 250 kW / 152 deg to AUS English
0600-0700 on 21820 NVS 500 kW / 155 deg to AUS English
0700-0900 on 13785 NVS 250 kW / 180 deg to SEAs English
0700-0900 on 17500 IRK 250 kW / 180 deg to SoAs English
0700-0900 on 21800 IRK 250 kW / 152 deg to AUS English
0700-0900 on 21820 NVS 500 kW / 155 deg to AUS English
0900-1000 on 21800 IRK 250 kW / 152 deg to AUS English
0900-1000 on 21820 NVS 500 kW / 155 deg to AUS English
1000-1100 on 6075 VLD 100 kW / 270 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1100 on 11530 DB 500 kW / 155 deg to SoAs English
1000-1100 on 12030 VLD 500 kW / 230 deg to SEAs English
1000-1100 on 15300 NVS 250 kW / 120 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1100 on 13805 IRK 250 kW / 180 deg to EaAs Chinese
1100-1200 on 6075 VLD 100 kW / 270 deg to EaAs Chinese
1100-1200 on 11530 DB 500 kW / 155 deg to SoAs English
1100-1200 on 12030 VLD 500 kW / 230 deg to SEAs English
1100-1200 on 15300 NVS 250 kW / 120 deg to EaAs Chinese
1100-1200 on 13805 IRK 250 kW / 180 deg to EaAs Chinese
1100-1200 on 13860 IRK 250 kW / 152 deg to SEAs Chinese
1100-1200 on 15670 NVS 250 kW / 145 deg to SEAs English
1200-1300 on 4960 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs Dari/Pashto
1200-1300 on 6075 VLD 100 kW / 270 deg to EaAs Chinese
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1200-1300 on 7235 IRK 100 kW / 110 deg to EaAs Japanese
1200-1300 on 11530 DB 500 kW / 155 deg to SoAs English
1200-1300 on 12030 VLD 500 kW / 230 deg to SEAs Vietnamese
1200-1300 on 13805 IRK 250 kW / 180 deg to EaAs Chinese
1200-1300 on 13860 IRK 250 kW / 152 deg to SEAs Chinese
1200-1300 on 15585 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs Russian
1200-1300 on 15670 NVS 250 kW / 145 deg to SEAs English
1300-1400 on 4960 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs Dari/Pashto
1300-1400 on 6075 VLD 100 kW / 270 deg to EaAs Mongolian
1300-1400 on 7235 IRK 100 kW / 110 deg to EaAs Japanese
1300-1400 on 7505 DB 100 kW / 137 deg to SoAs Hindi
1300-1400 on 11530 DB 500 kW / 155 deg to SoAs Hindi
1300-1400 on 12030 VLD 500 kW / 230 deg to SEAs English
1300-1400 on 13805 IRK 250 kW / 180 deg to EaAs Chinese
1300-1400 on 13860 IRK 250 kW / 152 deg to SEAs Chinese
1300-1400 on 15585 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs Russian
1300-1400 on 15670 NVS 250 kW / 145 deg to SEAs English
1400-1500 on 4960 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs English
1400-1500 on 7505 DB 100 kW / 137 deg to SoAs Urdu
1400-1500 on 9900 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to EaAf English
1400-1500 on 11530 DB 500 kW / 155 deg to SoAs English
1400-1500 on 12030 VLD 500 kW / 230 deg to SEAs English
1400-1500 on 15585 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs Russian
1400-1500 on 15670 NVS 250 kW / 145 deg to SEAs English
1500-1600 on 4960 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs English
1500-1600 on 6185 NVS 250 kW / 180 deg to SEAs English
1500-1600 on 7505 DB 100 kW / 137 deg to SoAs Hindi
1500-1600 on 7525 DB 100 kW / 240 deg to WeAs Farsi
1500-1600 on 9900 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to EaAf English
1500-1600 on 12110 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to WeAs Kurdish
1500-1600 on 15585 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs Russian
1600-1700 on 4960 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs English
1600-1700 on 5975 NVS 250 kW / 240 deg to CeAs Russian
1600-1700 on 6035 NVS 250 kW / 180 deg to SoAs English
1600-1700 on 6185 NVS 250 kW / 180 deg to SEAs English
1600-1700 on 7525 DB 100 kW / 240 deg to WeAs Farsi
1600-1700 on 9490 NVS 250 kW / 145 deg to CeAs English
1600-1700 on 9900 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to EaAf French
1600-1700 on 12110 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to N/ME Arabic
1600-1700 on 15585 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs Russian
1700-1800 on 4960 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs English
1700-1800 on 5975 NVS 250 kW / 240 deg to CeAs Russian
1700-1800 on 6035 NVS 250 kW / 180 deg to SoAs English
1700-1800 on 6185 NVS 250 kW / 180 deg to SEAs English
1700-1800 on 7540 DB 100 kW / 240 deg to WeAs Arabic
1700-1800 on 9490 NVS 250 kW / 145 deg to CeAs English
1700-1800 on 9900 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to EaAf French
1700-1800 on 12110 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to N/ME Arabic
1700-1800 on 15585 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs Russian
1800-1900 on 4960 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs English
1800-1900 on 5975 NVS 250 kW / 240 deg to CeAs Russian
1800-1900 on 7540 DB 100 kW / 240 deg to WeAs Arabic
1800-1900 on 9900 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to EaAf English
1800-1900 on 12110 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to N/ME Arabic
1800-1900 on 15585 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to SoAs Russian
1900-2000 on 7540 DB 100 kW / 240 deg to WeAs Arabic
1900-2000 on 9900 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to EaAf Arabic
1900-2000 on 12110 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to N/ME Arabic
2000-2100 on 9895 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to EaAf Arabic
2000-2100 on 12110 DB 500 kW / 267 deg to N/ME Arabic
2200-2400 on 9465 ERV 500 kW / 296 deg to CeAm English
2200-2400 on 12060 ERV 500 kW / 258 deg to SoAm Portuguese
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DRM transmissions
0600-1000 on 11830 MSK 040 kW / 260 deg to WeEu English
0800-0900 on 9850 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu English Ch 1 + Russian Ch 2
0900-1200 on 9850 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu German Ch 1 + English Ch 2
1200-1400 on 9850 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu English Ch 1 + Russian Ch 2
1300-1400 on 9445 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Hindi
1400-1500 on 9445 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Urdu
1500-1600 on 9445 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Hindi
1700-1800 on 9820 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English
1700-1800 on 9880 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu Italian
1800-1900 on 9880 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu French
2000-2100 on 6155 MSK 040 kW / 260 deg to SoEu Spanish
2100-2200 on 6155 MSK 040 kW / 260 deg to SoEu Portuguese
The Russian government’s international radio broadcasting service Voice of
Russia/Golos Rossii will stop its shortwave broadcasts from January 1,2014
TIBET(non) Frequency changes for Voice of Tibet made on Sept.13-15:
1200-1215 NF 15548 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15602
1215-1230 NF 15542 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15608
1230-1245 NF 15552 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15553
1245-1300 NF 15557 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15558
1300-1315 NF 15548 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15542
1300-1315 on 15563 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan
1315-1345 NF 15542 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15548
1315-1345 on 15563 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan
1345-1400 NF 15537 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15542
1345-1400 on 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan
1400-1415 on 15525 MDC 250 kW / 045 deg to CeAs Tibetan
1400-1430 on 15562 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan
1415-1430 on 15520 MDC 250 kW / 045 deg to CeAs Tibetan
Changes between frequencies vary from 3 to 5 minutes.
DX Clube Sem Fronteiras
Resultado do Concurso de Escutas em Onda Tropical
Posição das escutas do Fim de Semana de Escutas em Onda Tropical
1 - Fernando Luiz de Souza (19 escutas) – Lorena, São Paulo – Brasil
2 - Paulo Labastie (19 escutas) – Pindamonhangaba – São Paulo – Brasil
3 - Ernesto Paulero (15 escutas) – Buenos Aires – Argentina
4 - Antonio Avelino da Silva (PY7 048 SWL) (12 escutas) – Caruaru, Pernambuco – Brasil
5 - Rubens Ferraz Pedroso (PY5 007 SWL) (08 escutas) – Bandeirantes, Paraná – Brasil
6 - Konrad Oliveira Kelmer (PY4 126 SWL) (04 escutas) – Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais – Brasil
7 - João Flávio da Silva Cruz (JC - PU1JFC) – Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
8 - Nelcy Remedy Bidart – Sant'Ana do Livramento, Rio Grande do Sul – Brasil
Emissoras captadas no concurso
5035 kHz - Rádio Aparecida (07 escutas) – Brasil
3320 kHz - Rádio Sonder Grense (05 escutas) – África
4825 kHz - Rádio Canção Nova (03 escutas) – Brasil
3365 kHz - Rádio Cultura Araraquara (03 escutas) – Brasil
4815 kHz - Rádio Difusora Londrina (03 escutas) – Brasil
5040 kHz - Rádio Havana Cuba (03 escutas) – Cuba
4865 kHz - Rádio Alvorada (02 escutas) – Brasil
4985 kHz - Rádio Brasil Central (02 escutas) – Brasil
4885 kHz - Rádio Clube Pará (02 escutas) – Brasil
4915 kHz - Rádio Daqui (02 escutas) – Brasil
4975 kHz - Rádio Iguatemi (02 escutas) – Brasil
4930 kHz - Rádio VOA (02 escutas) – Estados Unidos
5025 kHz - Radio Rebelde – Cuba (02 escutas)
4960 kHz - Rádio VOA – Estados Unidos
4820 kHz - Radio PBS – China
3375 kHz - Rádio San Antônio – Peru
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4905 kHz - Nossa Rádio Relógio – Brasil
4765 kHz - Rádio Tajik, Yangiyul – Tadjiquistão
4905 kHz - Rádio Relógio Federal – Brasil
5015 kHz - Rádio Cultura de Cuiabá – Brasil
4775 kHz - Rádio TWR África – Suazilândia
3200 kHz - Rádio TWR África – Suazilândia
4775 kHz - Rádio Congonhas – Brasil
4880 kHz - Radio AIR LUKNOW – Índia
3310 kHz - Radio Mosoj Chasquí – Bolivia
3635 kHz - Concurso Prefectura 2013 – Argentina
3655 kHz - CE4KCA llama para concurso Prefectura, operador Rodrigo – Chile
3695 kHz - LU en rueda de amigos – Argentina
4699,95 kHz - Radio San Miguel – Bolivia
5000 kHz - Time Signal USA - Estados Unidos
4955 kHz - Radio Cultural Amauta – Peru
Forte 73' e boas escutas! - Antonio Avelino – Diretor DX Clube Sem Fronteiras
Tel.: 55 (81) 9741-3846
E-mail: [email protected] [email protected]
Site: www.dxclubesemfronteiras.com
Blog: www.antonioadx.blogspot.com
DX Clube Sem Fronteiras, Caixa Postal, 77 - CEP- 55002-970, Caruaru - Pernambuco - Brasil
Glenn Hauser
Logs September 22, 2013
** BRAZIL. 11915+, Sept 22 at 0117, enthusiastic Braziguese, maybe futebol, surely R. Gaúcha, slightly on the hi side. Aoki
[not EiBi as in original item: EiBi never shows powers or azimuths!] says its 10 kW are aimed 310 degrees across Brasil,
so also USward. Poor and much weaker than 11905 Sri Lanka, q.v., stronger than 11925, probably Bandeirantes, weaker
than Catholicizing 11855, Aparecida which is second only to 11780 RNA, by a long shot (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. Firedrake [non] CNR1 jamming Sept 22 after 1300: none in the 17s, 16s, 15s, 14s, 13s, 12s, except inbanders:
15265, poor at 1308 with Sunday-night western classical music show
15115, fair at 1308 with same but heavy CCI here from victim
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA [and non]. 11760, Sunday Sept 22 at 1208, not Arnaldo Coro but Arnie Coro, Science Editor with a `Breakthru`
bit in English, something about Ecuador, which I don`t listen to but instead immediately check out all the other RHC
frequencies whether any others are in the wrong morning language:
No, all Spanish: 17580, 15230, 11860, 11690, 9850, 9550, 9540, 6000 (and still nothing on alleged 11960). 1211, Arnie
already finishes, but ``back next week, same time, same frequencies``, which I seriously doubt as RHC slopperation is
not so predictable.
BTW, 11760 has a slow SAH of 40 per minute = two thirds of one Hz, i.e. vs CRI English via Kunming, Commies vs
Commies. 1244 check, 11760 in music, but not // Spanish with other music. 1300 check, 11760 still in English. 1314 still
separate music.
15340, Sunday Sept 22 at 1307, RHC is missing, audiblizing HCJB Australia with subcontinental music, heavy flutter,
unusual for them. 15230 RHC always weaker but certainly audible (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** IRELAND [non]. 17820, Sunday Sept 22 at 1536, stupid ballgame coverage with crowd going wild, fair and somewhat
stronger than // 17725. This is the annual RTE special for the Football Final, via Woofferton UK and Meyerton RSA,
respectively. No point here in even checking the lower frequencies. I see reports of the Hurling Final a fortnight ago
saying that RTE mixed in news and ordinary programming during breaks, but I`m not putting up with this nonsense
hoping to hear any such this time (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 560, Sept 22 at 1151 UT, amid Mexican music, ID mentions Grupo Radio Centro, and I think an FM
frequency with a 6 in it. I was hoping this would be enough to pin it down, but we have contradictory info. First thought is
the DF station, XEOC, as googling matches up 560 with GRC in the DF; maybe it once was, but the GRC website now has
an AM dial starting at 690. As for affiliates elsewhere, can`t find any listing of them on GRC website.
IRCA Mexican Log 2012 has no GRC nets on 560. Cantú does not include nets on the by-frequency list, but has:
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560 XEOC Radio Chapultepec México, DF 750 500
And so does WRTH 2013; really low-powered compared to the other DF stations! Other sources contradict that info:
IRCA has XEOC as La Mejor with 5/5 kW, but in the PM - Promomedios group. Perhaps one of the seven other XEs on
560 now is a GRC station, but which? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** NEW ZEALAND. 9700, Sept 22 at 1220, noted RNZI is present with poor AM signal, in case it`s missing again after
1300 from 6170 --- but today it is not missing at 1326 check (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SUDAN [and non?]. 15400, Sept 22 at 0535, poor signal with continuous tone and SAH, hardly any modulation
detectable from R. Dabanga under the jammer, out of order? Previously the tone jammer would stop around 0530
anyway while Dabanga continued. Hmm, maybe this time it`s the Dabanga signal I am hearing minus program
modulation (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. QSL: KVOH card received Sept 22, for the 7 Sept test on 9975 at 0049-0400, tnx v/s Ray Robinson; same map
card as earlier for 17775 test, so now I have 100% of the restored KVOH`s frequencies QSLed, altho zero % of them are
yet in regular service (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9980, Sept 22 at 1317, WWCR with huge open carrier/dead air --- not quite, with humbuzz, traces of
modulation bleedthru from something, but not matching Brother Scare on 9370 WWRB or 9930 WTWW. September pdf
program schedule of WWCR-4 shows ``signed off`` Saturdays & Sundays between 11 and 14. Well, not completely. On
weekdays no break, continuous BS (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 670, Sept 22 at 1153 UT, KHGZ Glenwood AR is poorly audible as ``Hog Call Sports``, in southwest Arkansas,
PSA urging conservation of electricity in the hot summer especially at 3-7 pm --- but, but, it`s no longer (very) hot, and
it`s no longer summer. Routine check earlier around 0500 did not find them cheating this date vs WSCR & Cuba (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 950, Sept 22 at 0510 UT, classic rock dominating, then ``Cruisin` 9-50`` non-ID. NRC AM Log 2013 shows
KRWZ Parker CO 5/5 kW U4 as ``Cruisin` Oldies`, surely close enough for a definite ID. It`s what was originally the
legendary KIMN Denver, when oldies were newies (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. TP carrier search Sept 22 at 1145-1150 UT: JBAs on 693, 747, 774, but not peaking at the same times
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Chicao Valadares
Sinais Estranhos em HF - USB
O som que eu achei do STANAG da NATO é similar aos dos vídeos que eu postei a algum tempo atrás. O STANAG segue:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pR9gzhlJwA
Os dos vídeos segue abaixo:
Não consigo identificar os sinais abaixo por isso conto com a ajuda dos amigos da lista. Dados de recepção na descrição
dos vídeos: i)17125 kHz e 18366 kHz(mesmo som):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvvIYmZYCFM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsxCUtXgZUY
Obs: Desconfio que estes 2 sinais são do radar EISCAT em Tromso - Noruega.
Edward Kusalik
What type of Antennas and more
First of all, thank you to all who sent congratulations...it means so much to me to be a part of this local community and to
the DX community in large.
Word is already being spread in town of strange antennas being strung at 5202-52 street ( hey ..that's me!) and people are
wondering what kind of invasion of some sorts is happening....
Rest assure is only me doing my 'before the snow flights of stringing up antennas' thing....
I have been doing some experiments with different antennas and the latest one is Compact Loaded Delta Loop.
The original article appeared in the Listening in Articles of ODXA's website - August 2012. This antenna combines three
slinky coils with 30 feet (total) of antenna wire in to a triangle loop with feed point at the apex.
So far the results look good but will try at night time conditions for the true test.
In the original article is called for a 1:1 balum, then 450-ohm ladder line, but I used 4:1 balum instead and feeded
direct into 50-ohm coax.
But the best antenna ( which I have used for many years) is aTrap-sloper, cut for 6955 kHz,( 3/4 of a wave length)
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pointed due south, 1:1 Matching Balum top feed, with 60-meter ( 1/4 wave) long wire, top feed for radial effect.The
second antenna 125 foot long wire, pointed due east, with 4:1 Balum Match, with Pi-type Antenna Tuner ( out of Fine
Tuning Proceedings)
I know many out there do experiment allot for the best type of antenna for the best location they have,but I have found
when you have limited space that using antennas which work well in limit space do work. The 125 foot antenna works
very good a low frequency ( Radio Symban of 2368.5 was log with this antenna back in August 2011). My next experiment
is with a Wellbrook loop and see how it performs at this location....
So what type of antenna is yours and how does it perform to your expectations?
Glenn Hauser
Logs September 2323-24, 2013
** CHAD. 6165-, Sept 24 at 0046, good signal but low modulation with music, presumed RNT back on all-night. Offset
frequency is low by about the same amount, as CKZN below 6160, making almost same pitch on 5-kHz BFO steps. 01010102+, 6165 still in clear with RHC not on yet, hilife music tho previously I have heard ID and news atop this hour (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** INDIA. 11740 & 11985, more anomalies from AIR, whose Sinhala service is supposed to run at 0045-0115 via Goa and
Khampur sites respectively, and which axually happened correctly UT September 23 when in last report I confirmed that
11985 was a couple words behind 11740, before and after 0100.
But tonight, UT Sept 24, the two are totally separate! 11740 at 0054, fluttery talk, intonation sounds French! And so do a
few words. Is it possible that Sinhala could sound this way, or maybe the announcer is Franco-Sinhalese? AIR`s only
known French broadcast is at 1945-2030 for Europe. 0059 into music which runs over hourtop (bottom to them). (No,
there is no other station listed on 11740 at this time, let alone in French.)
11985 at 0054 is NOT // 11740, but a 1 kHz tone. At 0057 I am hearing a higher-pitched tone, 2 kHz? From 0058 AIR IS
as if it`s the start of a service, not the middle of one, and I can still hear the tone under. 0100 IS stops and now I can hear
the hi tone better; ID starts ``Yih All India Radio``. Or ``Yeh`` as in Hindi, per WRTH, but I again suspect this is the
scheduled 0100-0200 Sindhi service on wrong frequency, wrong program feed plugged into 11985. Hey, maybe someone
at master [sic] control is mixing up Sindhi and Sinhala since they start with the same three letters? RHC has some
competition in the anomaly department (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** KUWAIT. 15540, Sept 23 at 2020, JBA carrier presumed Kuwait, back on nominal English frequency instead of 15515
yesterday; earlier at 1929 could not even detect 15540, let alone 15515 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980+, Sept 24 at 0048, R. Chaski carrier amid noise and splash from 5990 CRI via CUBA; slightly hi in
frequency compared to the masters of precision on the Greatest of the Antilles. Clearer after 0100 without 5990 QubaRM,
until self-demolition during music at 0105:00.5, which is 11 seconds later than last check 48 hours before.
Having surpassed the 0105 mark, it shouldn`t be too long before the timer gets reset to slightly before 0100 to begin
another precession cycle. The last reset was on July 21 as in DXLD 13-30 after it had reached 0105:44* on July 20, so if
that pattern holds, it will be another 8 or 9 days till the next one; I had previously calculated it would be on October 4.
I hardly need Aoki to tell me what I am hearing on 5980, but checking it now:
5980 Radio Chaski 2200-0103 1234567 Spanish/Quechua PRU
5980 Radio Chaski 1000-1500 1234567 Spanish
PRU
No attempt to publish power, azimuth, location or coördinates altho we know it`s in Urubamba. I wonder if he is
advancing the sign-off time by one minute every 11 or 12 days according to my observations? If so, is a bit behind (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5110- CUSB, UT Tue Sept 24 at 0053, guy with strange accent and turning R`s into W`s keeps making antiabortion points, refers to Matthew XXIV. Must be something new on WBCQ but not from Area 51. Yes:
Mo 5110 08:00PM 09:00PM ET 0000 0100 UTC Christian Media Weekly News
Mo 5110 10:00PM 11:00PM ET 0200 0300 UTC Christ Kingdom Ministries
according to http://schedule.wbcq.com/main.php?fn=sked&freq=5110
but what about the hour in between? 0107 check, now it`s an unscheduled broadcast of `Marion`s Attic` and she is
playing music boxes with no scratching! Rather than 78s, a polka and then something from 1877y. Wish I had time to
keep listening, preferably online. Will this be reliable, or just an ad-hoc bonus filler at the moment?
BTW, Larry Will of Area 51 notified me at 0205 UT Monday Sept 23: ``Extra airing of WOR 1687, Monday 0240 on 5110.
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Glenn, I have an extra 30 minutes or so this evening so WOR 1687 will get an extra airing at 0240 or so on 5110 this
evening. Regards, Lw``
== Tnx, but unfortunately I did not see this until almost two hours later, so could not get the word out. Apparently
`Pirates Week` nominally an hour from 0200 this UT Monday, ran short (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7555, Sept 24 at 0106, KJES, The Lord`s Ranch, NM, is certainly still here and inbooming with Spanish kids
praying and repeating. It was missing 48 hours ago and unchecked 24 hours ago (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** U S A. 5085, Sept 24 at 0110, WTWW-2 is off; I know it was on with BS when I tuned across before 0100.
Regarding my recent comments, George McClintock informed me Sept 22: US SW stations are not required to maintain a
public file, because they do not have a City of License; no frequency or modulation monitors are required either, unlike
AM stations, but most SW stations have them anyway. He maintains that the latest WTWW spurs I reported must have
been receiver-produced, since he could not hear them within 0.5 to 1 mile of the site (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** U S A. 1680, Sept 24 at 0017 UT on caradio, along another trip to and from squirrel haven, I`m hearing classic country
instead of business radio. This X-band frequency is dominated around here by KRJO, so another format change from
Monroe? Sometime last year they went from ``Old School`` soul music to Business, often // 1660 Kansas City with
Bloomberg.
Yes! After adstring including one mentioning John Kennedy, who is Louisiana State Treasurer, 0021 ID as ``Country
Legends 16-80`` and also as Classic Country.
Still dominant back on the porch with DX-398 at 0111, TennErn with ``16 Tons``, then ``Classic country is like salt &
pepper --- makes everything better with just one shake --- Country Legends 16-80, KRJO``. Change since the 2013 NRC
AM Log went to press in August, anyway.
I suppose this is the source, altho it says nothing about on-air affiliates rather than webcasting:
http://www.a1country.com/countrylegends.html
Own website http://www.krjo.com/ is still named NEWS RADIO 1680 AM but the live streaming
http://www.krjo.com/stream/live-stream.php
does bring up country music and soon the same slogans I have just logged (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Anderson José Torquato
Meu blog, visitem
Quero voltar a convidar a todos que gostam de dexismo principalmente na Faixa de OM e FM, a visitarem meu Blog.
Qualquer informação que alguem queira colocar lá, é só entrar em contato comigo. Gostaria muito da ajuda de todos para
manter esse Blog ativo. para isso preciso da ajuda de todos, pois um blog sem nenhuma visita desanima qualquer um não
é verdade. Espero a visita de todos lá e Comentam, falam o que quiser pois está aberto a todos Meu Blog é
http://andersontorquato.wordpress.com/. Desde já agradeço
Minha gravações de emissoras escutadas aqui em Garopaba:
http://andersontorquato.wordpress.com/
Meu outro site de gravações
http://www.ipernity.com/doc/124523/home?with=14364471
Anderson José Torquato - Garopaba-SC
Ruben Gonzalez Valderrama
CHILE: Cancelado proyecto Canal 3TV
Confirmado: 3TV no saldrá al aire. Esta mañana, el gerente general del emprendimiento, Ricardo Avello, comunicó a los
trabajadores que “Copesa no está preparado para salir al aire —ni en el mediano ni largo plazo— por temas económicos
que todos ya sabemos”. El grupo Copesa confirmó más tarde “que ha decidido suspender temporalmente la salida al aire
de su canal 3TV. Esta decisión se toma basada en un profundo estudio del mercado, las condiciones que enfrenta la
industria en la actualidad y los nuevos desafíos que implica la digitalización”.
Decisión que deja a más de 100 personas sin trabajo y que, de paso, confirma la crisis financiera por la que atraviesa el
holding de Alvaro Saieh.
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El nuevo medio de comunicación era parte de Copesa, dueña de los diarios La Tercera, La Cuarta, Pulso, Concepción y las
revistas Qué Pasa, Paula, Hola (el grupo Dial que maneja seis radios, entre ellas, Duna y Zero, no es filial del holding). El
costo de operación mensual, según quienes conocen el proyecto, supera los $ 400 millones entre los dos pisos arrendados
en la Ciudad Empresarial, las remuneraciones de más de 100 profesionales con contrato indefinido y el contrato con
CNN.
3TV había sufrido varias postergaciones. Hace tres semanas el director de prensa de 3 TV, Alberto Luengo, intentaba
parar los rumores y les señalaba a los periodistas. “Nos dijo que estábamos atrasados, que estuviéramos tranquilos, que
íbamos a salir al aire, pero no nos aclaró cuándo. La semana pasada (antepasada) se reunió el directorio de Copesa para
hablar de este tema”, dijo un periodista en aquella oportunidad.
Fuente: www.elmostrador.cl
Arnaldo Slaen
Noticias
Visita A Lra53 Radio Nacional San Martin De Los Andes
Nuestro amigo, colega y habitual colaborador, el Ingeniero Alejandro Daniel Alvarez, visitó semanas atrás LRA53 Radio
Nacional San Martin de los Andes, una emisora de la Patagonia Argentina enclavada en la paradisíaca localidad de San
Martín de los Andes, en la provincia de Neuquen, en nuestra República Argentina. Disfruten de este paseo radiofónico
haciendo "click" en http://gruporadioescuchaargentino.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/visita-a-lra53-radio-nacional-sanmartin-de-los-andes/
ARGENTINA: Volvió a transmitir LRI227 Radio Antares en 1650 khz
1650 LRI227 Radio Antares, Pilar, Provincia de Buenos Aires, volvió a transmitir luego de muchos meses de ausencia.
Esta estación, cuyo eslogan es “la emisora de la familia”. Fue reportada el pasado 22 de septiembre con música folklórica
argentina y avisos comerciales de Pilar y zona. Dirección: Martitegui 598. Pilar, Buenos Aires. Teléfono: 02304 373150
Dirección de correo electrónico: [email protected] Web: http://www.am1650antares.com.ar/
Joviniano
Joviniano Furtado Neto
Escuchas
Dia 15/09/13 andei dando uma navegada nas bandas dos 25 metros e realizei as escutas abaixo (horário em UTC, 04
horas a mais daqui de Rondônia). A rádio Aparecida está chegando aqui de forma espetacular.
11735 1432 15/09 B, R. Transmundial, Santa Maria – RS, PP, Aventuras do evangelizador Lucas Mateus na América
Latina, término do px Histórias da Missão, id: “Transmundial comunicando com a força da palavra”, mx cristã,
45554, JFN
11765 1436 15/09 B, Super Rádio Deus é Amor, Curitiba – PR, PP, Milagres realizados pelo Missionário Davi Miranda,
45333, JFN
11780 1440 15/09 B, R. Nacional da Amazônia, Brasília – DF, PP, Locutor atendendo vários ouvintes por telefone
para envio de recados e pedidos de músicas, 55454, JFN
11815 1442 15/09 B, R. Brasil Central, Goiânia – GO, PP, mx Rumo a Goiânia, px Goiás Caboclo, mx sertaneja com Chico
Rey e Paraná, 42332, JFN
11855 1415 15/09 B, R. Aparecida, Aparecida – SP, PP, mx do grupo Sorriso Maroto, fofocas do esporte, mx de João
Bosco e Vinícius – Girassol, id: “Aparecida num domingo muito mais você”, adv Carmelo Santa Terezinha do
Menino Jesus, Assine o jornal santuário, Casa redentorista, Auricedina, Instituto irmãs Oblata, clube dos sócios,
id: “ligados na emoção”, 45444, JFN
11895 1421 15/09 B, R. Boa Vontade, Porto Alegre – RS, PP, Canto gregoriano, Pregação de Paiva Netto sobre o
apocalipse de Jesus Cristo segundo João, 45444, JFN
11915 1450 15/09 B, R. Gaúcha, Porto Alegre – RS, PP, Narração de trechos de vários jogos do Grêmio, temperatura,
recados pelo Faceboock, repórter Carlos Guimarães com notícias do Inter e de outras equipes, comentários sobre
os jogos de hoje, 45554, JFN
11975 1455 15/09 Rep. Tcheca, RFE/R. Liberty via Biblis, D, em idioma Tajik, talks OM/YL, 35222, JFN
12050 1451 15/09 USA, R. Católica Mundial (EWTN) via Vandiver, SS, id, mx cristã, px Panorâmica e Comentários,
45433, JFN
73, RECEPTOR: Degen DE 1103 - ANTENA: Dipolo Meia Banda Sete Mhz
Joviniano Furtado Neto/PW8001SWL Alta Floresta d’ Oeste - RO.
11° 55’ 52.4’’S 61° 59’ 13.5’’O
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Claudio Galaz
Escuchas
** ARGENTINA
11710 RAE. 18/09 0109 UT. Noticias sobre Argentina en japonés y música en español, especialmente folklore. Señla con
poco QRN y SINPO: 54444
1490 R.MURIALDO 19/09 0001 UT. Avisos de la emisora, con teléfonos de la misma. Además de la hora, temperatura y
humedad. Señal con SINFO: 44444
** BOLIVIA
4700 R.SAN MIGUEL 19/09 0205 ut. Avisos de la emisora en español, avisos comerciales de automóviles traídos desde
Brasil y avisos del departamento de Beni. SINPO: 33333
4717 R.YURA 19/09 0201 UT. Música serrana de origen peruano en español. Señal con poco QRN, baja modulación y
SINPO: 34444
5952.5 20/09 0031 UT R. PIO XII. Avisos de problemas ecológicos en español. Asimismo avisos de eventos de bailables
en idioma quechua, para el fin de semana en una localidad cercana a Oruro. Posteriormente dan música en
quechua. Señal con SINPO: 54444
5952.4 R.PIO XII. 22/09 0138 UT. Mujer habla en quechua sobre un concurso que se hace en un concierto que está
transmitiendo la emisora. SINPO: 54454
4717 R. YURA 21/09 0131 UT. Música tropical de los años 60’s con avisos locales con SINPO: 33333
6155 R.FIDES 21/09 0155 UT. Música en español con tonos de cambio de hora a las 02, cuando sale de frecuencia.
Señal con SINPO: 43333 con leves siseos de AIR en la misma frecuencia
** BRAZIL
4815
R.DIFUSORA LONDRINA 19/09 0151 UT. Hombre predica sobre la vida eterna con SINPO: 44444 con CODAR
de fondo.
9665 R. VOZ MISSIONARIA 22/09 0111 UT. Hombre predica casi gritando con música cristiana en portugués de fondo.
Señal con mucho QRN, pero sin QRM de ninguna otra emisora en el canal. No obstante con SINPO: 33333 //
5940 con SINPO: 54444
9820 R.9 DE JULHO 19/09 0302 UT. Programa “com a mãe aparecida” desde la radio Aparecida com SINPO: 43343
** CHILE
1240
R.USACH 19/09 0014 UT. Música medieval con base coral e instrumental y con entrevista a sus ejecutores. Señal
sin fading, pero si algunas ondulaciones menores con SINFO: 44444
1450 R. UTFSM. 18/09 2351 UT. Música clásica con señal con pequeños espacios de fading y algo de sobremodulación
en las presentaciones habladas con SINFO: 44434
1480 R. LA AMISTAD 19/09 0503 UT. Especial folklórico y ranchero con ID de la emisora como La Amistad de Tomé.
Señal con SINFO: 43333
1600 R.NUEVO TIEMPO. 19/09 0347 UT. Canción interpretada por Steve Green en español, avisos de la emisora y de
pedidos de estudios bíblicos al fono: 800200054 o el correo: [email protected] Señal con SINFO: 43444
y poco fading, pero con interferencias de otra emisoras sin ID en la misma frecuencia.
** CHINA
9490 CRI 23/09 2347 UT. Mujer y hombre hablan intercaladamente en idioma singalés sobre China. Señal con SINPO:
54454 // 7260 con SINPO: 22222
** COLOMBIA
5910
5910
R. ALCARAVAN 18/09 0046 UT. Música colombiana con recitados e ID de la emisora con avisos de la frecuencia
en Onda Media (1530 AM) y Onda Corta. Así como música instrumental. Señal con poco QRN y SINPO: 44444
ALCARAVAN RADIO 22/09 0123 UT. Música instrumental con avisos de la emisora. SINPO: 43343
** CUBA
5040 RHC. 19/09 0324 UT. Programa “voces de la Revolución” con discurso de Fidel Castro, del año 2001, sobre la
ecología y los usos de suelos que se han dado en Cuba, y el beneficio económico del mismo. Señal con QRN y
siseos de Aparecida en 5035 y SINPO: 43343 // 6060 con SINPO: 43333 con siseos de S.R.DEUS E AMOR en la
misma frecuencia // 6100 no se escucha // 9810 no se escucha // 11760 con SINPO: 43343 con QRM de ALQUDS TV en la misma frecuencia //11840 con SINPO: 54454 // 15230 con SINPO: 54444 escuchándose por
detrás CRI en idioma chino ** PERU
6030 R.MARTI 20/09 0039 UT. Entrevista en “Las noticias como son” a una dama de blanco por una participación en
una reunión en Santiago de Cuba y de las demostraciones de apoyo. Señal con SINPO: 44444 con Cuban Noise
Jammer // 7365 con muchísimo QRM del Cuban Noise Jammer, e incluso con burbujas, con SINPO: 43343
9490 R. REPUBLICA 22/09 0155 UT. Vía Issoudun, Francia. ID como R. Republica “por que la libertad sea nuestra” y
otros avisos con Cuban Noise Jammer de fondo con SINPO: 44343
17540 HM01- ATENTTION- CUBAN SPY NUMBER. 21/09 2308 UT. Lectura de números acompañada de transmisión
de datos. Señal clara con SINPO: 54555
** ECUADOR
6050 HCJB. 21/09 0144 UT. Música instrumental y avisos de la emisora sobre Ecuador. Asimismo con parte de un
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discurso de Rafael Correa, acerca la Amazonia con SINPO: 54454
** EGYPT
15480 R.CAIRO 21/09 2320 UT. Música árabe y presentaciones en portugués. Señal con cierto buzz de fondo. No
obstante, se puede identificar lo transmitido e incluso lo hablado, siendo la modulación medianamente aceptable
con SINPO: 43343
** IRAN
5860 R.FARDA 18/09 0011 UT. Vía Iranawila, Sri Lanka. Música en inglés, junto a un locutor que habla en persa,
dando avisos cortos. Señal con mucho QRN y SINPO: 44444 // 7585 con SINPO: 33232
9550 IRIB 19/09 0256 UT. Locutor habla de los programas de la próxima hora, y que incluyen un boletín de noticias y
una exposición sobre el Islam como religión de la paz. Señal con SINPO: 54444
11660 AL-QUDS TV 19/09 0231 UT. Vía Zahedan. Comienzos de transmisiones con el himno de Irán, y posteriormente
una mujer habla en árabe, intercalada con música instrumental de fondo hasta algunas alocuciones coránicas con
SINPO: 54454 // 11760 Vía Kamalabad con SINPO: 42242 con RHC dominante en el canal.
** MEXICO
6185
XEPPM R.EDUCACION 20/09 0114 UT. Música mexicana típica i.e: “El Barzón” e ID de la emisora.
Posteriormente música instrumental y avisos del fondo nacional de las artes, como de programas de la emisora.
Señal con SINPO: 54444 estable con algo de siseo de RNA de Brasil en 6180
** PERU
700
4775
4835
4835
4940
4955
4955
4955
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
5980
R.R. INTEGRIDAD. 19/09 0400 UT. Id de la emisora con ofrecimiento de los bosquejos Del programa “A través
de la Biblia” de Radio Transmundial y que se reparten gratis en las oficinas de la emisora. Señal con SINFO:
44444 versus leves siseos de LV3.
R.TARMA 19/09 0042 UT. Música serrana con saludos en español y quechua. SINPO: 43343
R. ONDAS DEL SURORIENTE 19/09 0141 UT. Música serrana con avisos en quechua y español. Señal con
SINPO: 43343
R.ONDAS DEL SURORIENTE 22/09 0133 UT. Avisos sobre actividades en quechua y música serrana con
sobremodulación y SINPO: 44444
R.SAN ANTONIO 19/09 2348 UT. Música católica con anuncio de la hora local e ID de la emisora como
perteneciente a la “Coordinadora nacional de radio”. Señal con SINPO: 44454 con algo de sobremodulación
R.CULTURAL AMAUTA 18/09 0022 UT. Avisos comerciales en español y quechua de negocios y de un encuentro
de iglesia. Señal con QRN y SINPO: 43343
R.CULTURAL AMAUTA. 19/09 2334 UT. Hombre lee avisos en quechua. Señal estable con poco QRN y SINPO:
44444
R. CULTURAL AMAUTA 21/09 0117 UT. Canciones en español y avisos de la emisora, especialmente de
cooperativas de ahorro y crédito con SINPO: 44444
R.CHASKI 18/09 0001 UT. Locutor avisa de la señal de R.R.Integridad mediante R.Chaski en FM, AM y Onda
corta. Señal sobremodulada y que se corta a ratos con SINPO: 55455. No obstante, la sobremodulación es de
Chaski y no de R.R.Integridad que en 700 AM de Onda Media se escucha con SINFO: 43343 por sobre LV3 de
Argentina.
R.CHASKI 19/09 0035 UT. Avisos de R.R. Integridad y su señal FM, AM y OC en la zona de Cuzco, mediante
R.Chaski. Además del Comienzo “El amor que vale” acerca de la vida de Adrian Rogers y su ministerio. Señal con
SINPO: 55454 con buena modulación.
R.CHASKI 20/09 0020 UT. Sonido de interferencia, sin modulaciones por abajo, ni nada ¿Cuban Noise Jammer?.
No obstante, media hora antes estaba la programación normal de R.R.Integridad vía Chaski y con avisos de la
misma. La cuál, también, es referida en 700 AM de Onda Media, vía Lima con SINFO: 43343. No obstante, en
Onda corta, vuelva la programación cerca de las 0045 aprox. con SINPO: 54454, aunque con cortes momentáneos
y sobremodulación.
R.CHASKI 21/09 1226 UT. Música con temas cristianos en quechua y anuncios de la hora local por parte de un
locutor que habla en quechua con algunas palabras en español. Señal con SINPO: 54444 y que tiene leves
desvanecimientos cercanos a las 1255.
R.CHASKI 21/09 0020 UT. Ruido sobre la emisora. No obstante, se produce por algunos momentos largos, sin
modulación por debajo o con tendencias leves a recuperarse. Además, llama la atención una revisión cercana a las
0011 UT, se encontraba tocando música instrumental, al igual que en 700 AM de Onda Media, e incluso con los,
ya típicos, anuncios de la transmisión de R.CHASKI para la zona de Cuzco en Onda Corta. Posteriormente retorna
al ruido característico, y por debajo se escucha una voz femenina con baja modulación desde las 0045, pero el
ruido acaba a las 0048, para volver a las 0049. Y finalmente, a las 0050 vuelve de manera definitiva con una
modulación aceptable con el himno: “Oh que amigo nos es Cristo” de manera instrumental con SINPO: 54454,
distinto a R.R.Integridad que está transmitiendo el programa: “El amor que vale”. Y a las 0056 transmite
alabanzas en quechua, muy parecidas a las que pone en las mañanas, y con salida del aire a las 01:04
aproximadamente.
R.CHASKI 22/09 0032 UT. Programa “los grandes temas” de Salvador Dellutri, sobre el tema de los ángeles y la
nueva era. A las 0102 comienza “Pensemos con R. Zacarías”, el cual es cortado a las 0104 aproximadamente,
cuando la emisora sale del aire. Señal con cierta sobremodulación y SINPO: 54444
R.CHASKI 23/09 2301 UT. Avisos de la emisora, conjuntamente con la hora local. A las 2306 comienza el
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programa “El camino de la vida”. Señal con sobremodulación, y con momentos cortos de un poco de QRN, aunque
mayormente con SINPO: 54444
6174.8 R. TAWANTINSUYO 18/09 0057 UT. ID de la emisora con el lema: “Voz de los que no tienen voz, desde Cuzco”
con avisos en quechua y español, además de música serrana y andina con SINPO: 54444 con sobremodulación.
R.HUANTA 2000 20/09 0001 UT. Avisos comerciales de la cooperativa de ahorro Juan Pablo II y de la municipalidad.
Señal con SINPO: 54454 con algo de sobremodulación.
** PHILLIPINES
15600 FEBC 23/09 2339 UT. Música cristiana y mensajes en idioma birmano. Señal con SINPO: 44444
** SOUTH AFRICA
3320 R. SONDER GRENSE 20/09 0213 UT. Música y avisos en Afrikaans. Señal estable con un poco de QRN, no
determinante con SINPO: 44343
** SPAIN
6055 REE 23/09 2315 UT. Hombre habla en idioma francés acerca de España y aspectos económicos. Señal con
SINPO: 44343
73 - Claudio Galaz - Rx: Tecsun PL-660 - Antena: 5 metros de cable de cobre.
QTH: Poblado de Barraza Bajo, Comuna de Ovalle, IV Región, Chile
Rubens Ferraz Pedroso
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Recebi alguns eQSLs e cartões QSL de Ham. As imagens estão em meu blog.
28 MHz PE0TS - Oldenzaal - HOL
21 MHz YO4US - Braila - ROU
21 MHz UX2KA - Rivne - UKR
21 MHz ON7BM - Grace-Hollogne - BEL
14 MHz PY4WL - Patrocínio - MG - B
21 MHz ON6HV - Tongeren - BEL
7 MHz PY4BRE - Ubá - MG - B
21 MHz LA6CF - Ulefoss - DNK
7 MHz PS7AB - Natal - RN
Amigos, no começo desse ano ouvi uma interessante estação de Ham (HV0A - Vaticano).
A primeira reação logicamente foi a de anotar os dados da escuta para posterior envio do meu cartão de SWL para a
estação HV0A. Em pesquisa no Google, li mensagens de radioamadores estrangeiros que enviaram seu cartão QSL para
HV0A e que não haviam recebido o dela. Como achei que seria quase impossível receber o QSL da HV0A, desisti de
enviar o meu para a mesma. Há pouco tempo atrás li uma mensagem do amigo Fabrício Silva relatando ter recebido o
QSL dessa estação do Vaticano. Procurei as minhas anotações da HV0A, preenchi o meu QSL de SWL com os dados da
escuta e enviei para IK0FVC, que foi quem operou a estação. Juntamente enviei um SAE (Self Adressed Envelope Envelope Auto Endereçado). Hoje para minha surpresa e alegria, recebi o QSL da HV0A. Confirmei mais um rádio-país
no Ham DX, o Vaticano, difícil de se ouvir. Também recebi três QSLs interessantes, de PT2CM (Grêmio Escoteiro Caio
Martins - Brasília - DF). As imagens estão em meu blog.
28 MHz HV0A - Vatican City - CVA
7 MHz PT2CM - Brasília - DF - B
7 MHz PT2CM - Brasília - DF - B
21 MHz YO3YX - Bucharesti - ROU
7 MHz PT2CM - Brasília - DF - B
Recebi alguns eQSLs de Ham e um eQSL da TWR Suazilândia. Enviei o meu informe para a TWR no final do ano
passado, mas não havia recebido o cartão QSL. O cartão QSL me fora enviado, mas deve ter extraviado, pois, nunca o
recebi. Reenviei o informe e recebi por e-mail um eQSL.
A propagação para Ham esteve muito boa hoje.
Pude ouvir CA7CAQ (Chiloé Island - CHL), LU2HOD (Argentina) e T88GJ (República de Palau). É calro que vou enviar o
meu cartão de SWL para T88GJ.
21 MHz KP4BD - Las Piedras - PTR
28 MHz PU2KIV - Assis - SP - B
21 MHz W5RCG - Long Beach - MS - USA
21 MHz DL1EAL - Erkrath - D
21 MHz IU2ABV - MIlano - I
28 MHz F4PCM - Cavaillon - F
21 MHz F1AEY - Loupian - F
28 MHz CA7CAQ - Quellon - Chiloé Island - CHL
21 MHz YT2KID - Kukljin - SCG
28 MHz F4FGC - Cavaillon - F
21 MHz LU2HOD - Arias - ARG
28 MHz F5JYX - Montpezat - F
21 MHz M0EZP - Brighouse (MS) - G
28 MHz CT1BOY - Faro - POR
9.940 TWR Swaziland - Manzini - SWZ - Recebido eQSL com todos os dados confirmatórios. 7 dias após follow-up. V/S:
Lorraine Stavropoulos. Informe enviado por e-mail: [email protected] . QTH: P.O. Box 4232, Kempton Park, 1620,
South Africa - RFP
As imagens está em meu blog. Rubens Ferraz Pedroso (PY5-007 SWL). Bandeirantes – PR. www.dxreunion-br.blogspot.com.br
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Allan Stern
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13927 kHz USB 1933z: USAF MARS Operator "AFA3CU" (Virginia) wkg "Reach 583" for phone patch to 616/538-####
(Michigan). (8/Sept/2013)(ALS)
13927 kHz USB 1947z: USAF MARS Operator "AFA7HS" (Kansas City) wkg "Reach 583" for phone patch to DSN 4612515 Dyess AFB Base Ops. (8/Sept/2013)(ALS)
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FloridaMilcom
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HFmonitors
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FloridaComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MilRadioComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SpaceCoastComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CivilAirlineComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ScanMarine
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HFmonitors
AL STERN Satellite Beach FL [email protected]
Ivan Dias Jr.
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----- Original Message ----From: "francisco_deassislima" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 2:45 PM - Subject: [radioescutas] Rádio Pioneira de Teresina
Peço informações sobre qual emissora é sintonizada em 5015 Khz. Tal canal no Nordeste do Brasil pertencia à Rádio
Pioneira de Teresina, atualmente desativado.
Francisco, Até onde sei a Rádio Pioneira está inativa nos 5015 kHz. Há cerca de 7 anos estive em Teresina e na
identificação da emissora em ondas médias era citado o canal em ondas tropicais. Inclusive tenho a gravação em meu
acervo. No momento pode ser encontrada nessa frequência a Rádio Cultura, de Cuiabá/MT, com programação da IPDA.
73 - Ivan Dias Jr. - Sorocaba/SP - http://ivandias.wordpress.com http://twitter.com/ivandiasjr
Fran Jr.
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Radio Piratas
Amigos, eu postei no Youtube mais alguns videos das radios piratas de São Paulo, no seguimento 87.5 Mhz e 87.7 Mhz
seria usado pelas radios comunitárias, mas estas são com certeza piratas:
87.5 Mhz - Fonte Vida FM - São Paulo SP
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoTQINk-2Kg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGiDIi4CijA
87.5Mhz - New Life FM - São Paulo SP
87.7 Mhz - São Paulo SP
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpWUo2BrZwE
87.7 Mhz - Regional FM - São Paulo SP
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTpOJ5LdqyU
87.9 Mhz - Suzano SP
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U04gOOA91QI
73´s Fran - São Paulo SP
José Ronaldo
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Argentina (ARG)
RAE
apresentando sinal regular, em 11710 kHz,aquí na minha cidade, na edição das 0000 UTC em português. Hoje,
19/09, às 0045 UTC, com excepcional SINPO 35443.
Grécia (GRC)
Escutada em 19 Setembro 2013, às 0100UTC, pelos 9420 kHz: IS, fv: talks em grego,mxs,35442. Também
ativa na frequência dos 7475 kHz no mesmo horário.
Egito (EGY)
Rádio Cairo está ativa, em português, na frequência dos 15480 kHz; porém, quase inaudível entre 2215-2330 UTC, 45431.
Estados Unidos da América (USA)
WTWW ativa nos 12105 kHz; escutada em 19/09 às 0135 UTC,em espanhol, mv: pregação cristã 35443.
SWL: José Ronaldo Xavier (JRX) - Receptor: Sony ICF-SW7600GR - Antena: Longwire (own manufacturing)
Local da Escuta: Cabedelo, Brasil.
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Ernesto Paulero
Escuchas
QSL
Recibí hoy por la mañana una tarjeta muy bonita Ouca a Radio Aparecida nas frequencias: y una amable carta del señor
José Moura responsable del porgrama Encuentro DX que va los Sábadosa las 22 Hs UTC por dicha emisora
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L2G estacion de la Prefectura Naval ARgentina en 156.450.00 KHz FM-N el 20SET.
Radio Tanzania Zanzibar, 21SET. está en 11735 KHz con algo de ruido pero perfectamente audible UTC 20:45
Radio Tanzania Zanzibar, 22SET, en 11735 KHz llega muy bien dado que está fuera del aire Transmundial por eso
llega bastante bien Radio Zanzibar Corporatión en Swahilli
Zacharias LIangas
Escuchas
Please reply to [email protected]
13-9 - All these logs with 1102 and basketena inside the house :
1233
Syria? 2101 with signal just S2 . I m not sure if this is the transmission from RMC as noted in the news as the
signal is very low but also the language is now truly Arabic . (it is possibly Assyrian ) and the transmission starts
from 2030 till 2130
1008 1404 1260 1512 are now the only frequencies from ERA 729 are now off
1188 Nicolas (greek pirate) 2050 fro Elata with oldies and song dedications Fair
1206 Zavoliaris (= trickery /greek pirate signal S2 on R75 ) also with old ‘rebetiko’ Fair And all remain below with R75
6285 pirate 2135 with Germanic songs S2
6210 pirate? 2138 with old music All songs played were of tango style . Found no ID though was listening for more
than 30 minutes signal S4
1440 BBC? 2215 with signal S1 , phone ins , mixed with Arabic station
Replies requested for this survey QTH is Thesaloniki 40N 23E. Question 1:Listening to a very far station as eg RTM
Sarawak 9835 of a distance of 9000 km with main signals of S7 with minima of S2 and maxima of S9 for 1-2 hours per
day and main SINPO 34233 due to local QRN. Do yu think it is DX or listening?
Question 2 : Listening to MW local relays of national radio station that require only MW loops as my basketnea or
AN200 (https://sites.google.com/site/zliangas/kaito-an200-antenna-review) to be heard ,and mostly for news. DX or
listening?
Quesion 3: Listening to a pirate of S6 max on local nights. Daylight reception requires big MW loops as my basketena
(https://sites.google.com/site/zliangas/baseketena) and still with strong local noise .DX or listening?
http://delicious.com/gr_greek1/zak (all my pages )
Lauro Netto
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ESCUTAS EM ONDAS MÉDIAS - 17/09/13
Na tarde de hoje, durante o intervalo de um compromisso de trabalho no Aeroporto de Itanhaém, no litoral sul de São
Paulo, resolvi dar uma pesquisada na faixa de Ondas Médias, utilizando o receptor automotivo marca Booster com antena
externa da nossa pick-up e para meu espanto, tive uma grata surpresa...
540 kHz 760 kHz 870 kHz 920 kHz 970 kHz 1070 kHz 1080 kHz 1090 kHz 1230 kHz 1260 kHz -
R. Fluminense AM - Niterói/RJ
R. Nereu Ramos - Blumenau/SC
R. São Francisco - São Francisco do Sul/SC
R. Nacional Gospel - São Paulo/SP
R. Araguaia - Brusque/SC
R. Metropolitana - Mogi das Cruzes/SP
R. Boa Nova - Sorocaba/SP
R. Colon Ltda. - Joinville/SC
R. Guararema - Florianópolis/SC
R. Morada do Sol - São Paulo/SP
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1290 kHz R. Camboriú - Camboriú/SC
1350 kHz R. Excelsior AM - Ibiúna/SP
1370 kHz R. Iguatemi - São Paulo/SP
1410 kHz R. América - São Paulo/SP
1430 kHz R. Imaculada Conceição - São Roque/SP
1530 kHz R. Clube - Pouso Alegre/MG
Todas as emissoras foram confirmadas e chegavam com áudio e sinal praticamente locais.
Escutas feitas entre 13h45min e 15h30min sem nenhuma interferência elétrica ou ruído, local muito bom para escutas.
Apenas um pouco de estática causada por alguma tempestade ao longe.
Rudolf Grimm
Escuchas
Escutas em FM, 17./ 19.09
90.7 ConectCar SP-Rio FM, São José dos Campos SP, 19.09 1019 UTC. Trata-se da emissora destinada a ser ouvida em
toda a extensão da Via Dutra (São Paulo – Rio). ‘Jornal 120 minutos’, advs do Vale do Paraíba, nx sobre o transito em
vários trechos da Dutra, identificação: ‘ConectCar SP-Rio FM, a rádio que viaja com você’, 45554
Nota: Ouvi a estação hoje cedo indo ao trabalho, um sinal esplendido, sem fading. Curiosamente eu não estava na Dutra,
e sim no km 23 da Via Anchieta (São Bernardo SP), a cerca de 100 km de São José dos Campos em linha reta. Também,
sinto falta da DS FM de Suzano 90.7 MHz, uma emissora oficial da cidade de Suzano, que fica na direção de São José dos
Campos. Não sei se há alguma ligação com a CC SP-RJ FM, ou mesmo se a DS FM mudou de frequência, para dar
abertura a ConectCar SP-Rio FM. À tarde, o mesmo sinal da manhã, podendo ser ouvida aqui onde moro (São Bernardo)
com um bom sinal.
Para os que não ouvem a CC SP-RJ FM, o site deles é http://www.saopauloriofm.com.br/ . Vale conferir.
101.9 Metropolitana FM, Taubaté SP, 17.09 1027 UTC. Música internacional, comunicação, advs de Taubaté, id:
‘Metropolitana’. Uma comunicação bastante diferente difundida pela Metropolitana SP, 35553
Sinal forte de mais uma emissora de Taubaté, em 95,1 MHz aqui por São Bernardo SP. Suspeito ser pirata. Alguém da
região pode me ajudar a identificar esta emissora? Programa de caipiras às 17h00 local.
QSL
90,7 ConectCar SPRio FM, São José dos Campos SP, 2 dias, e-mail confirmatório. V/S: Equipe ConectCar SP/Rio.
Informações enviadas para: [email protected] (Rudolf Grimm, São Bernardo SP)
Rudolf Grimm - São Bernardo SP-
Rx: VW Concept 1Din - Ant: Teto + booster na base da antena
Roberto Pavanello
Escuchas
COPE Albacete 1224 KHz - Tesifonte Gallego 9, 3° - 02002 Albacete – SPAGNA con e-mail allegata in 7 giorni. v/s
Enrique Sanchez Tornero Dpto Tecnico. Si 1 IRC.
Buenas tardes Roberto, en respuesta a tú petición, te confirmo el informe de recepción de la escucha realizada en fecha y
hora que me comentas, siendo esa la emisión que manteníamos.
Un saludo.
Enrique Sánchez Tornero, Dpto. Técnico COPE Albacete. Tesifonte Gallego, 9-3º Tfno.. 967 191 141 - 607659983 Fax
967 191 401 02002ALBACETE
990 18/9 21.55 R. Bilbao - SS ID e pubblicità locale buono
1044 16/9 21.55 R. Valladolid - SS ID e pubblicutà locale buono
1233 21/9 22.50 R. Dechovka - Kojetice Ceco ID e MX buono
1386 18/9 20.30 R. Ami One - ???? EE ID e MX ennesima italiana in località sconosciuta buono
1485 17/9 21.55 R. Santander - SS ID e pubblicità locale buono
3905 21/9 20.10 R. Alice - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
5952.5 21/9 22.40 R. Pio XII - Siglo XX Aymara talk OM suff.
6210 21/9 21.45 R. Tango Italia - ??? IT/EE/SS ID e tanghi buono (terza pirata italiana senza alcun recapito!!! Ma
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6305
7850
10000
11855
perchè la gente mette su una pirata se poi si caga addosso!!!!!! )
22/9 08.45 R. Casanova - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
21/9 21.50 UB40 R. - ??? EE ID e MX suff.
22/9 09.00 R. Merlin Int. - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
21/9 22.35 CHU - Ottawa EE/FF ID e pip pip buono
21/9 22.30 BPM - Lintong Cinese ID e pip pip buono
21/9 20.05 R. Aparecida - PP MX buono
www.playdx.com www.bclnews.it
P.S. Prossimo week-end niente tips causa partecipazione come spettatore ai mondiali di ciclismo in Firemze.
Harold Sellers
Escuchas
Harold Sellers, Vernon, British Columbia
Listening beside the lake, in my car, with the Eton E1 and Sony AN1 active antenna.
Editor of World English Survey and Target Listening, available at www.odxa.on.ca
4055 GUATEMALA Radio Verdad 0204 instrumental hymn music, 0205 vibraphone music, man in Spanish with ID
and announcements. Poor, Sept 20. (Sellers-BC)
6015 TANZANIA-ZANZIBAR ZBC Radio 0300 s/on by man in Swahili, 0301:30-0308 Islamic prayer, 0308
announcements, possible news at 0309. Poor, co-channel splatter, Sept 21. (Sellers-BC)
7360 MADAGASCAR Vatican Radio 0258 IS, 0300 African song, 0301 ID and “Welcome to our daily half-hour
program for Africa.” Fair, ham QRM, Sept 20. (Sellers-BC)
7506.5 USA WRNO, New Orleans 0316 song, 0319 into DW News. Very good but distorted, as is normal, Sept 21.
9610 IRAN V.I.R.I., “Voice of Palestinian” (listed) 0333 Arabic, woman speaking, couple of brief music bridges,
including “Chariots of Fire”, possibly news or news analysis. Fair, Sept 21. (Sellers-BC)
12005 ENGLAND Voice of Vietnam 0242 English, woman with ID, starting a new program. Poor, Sept 20. (Sellers-BC)
15490 PAKISTAN tentative Radio Pakistan 0207 Urdu, woman with possible news to 0211 sign-off. Poor, Sept 20.
(Sellers-BC)
Robert Wilkner
Escuchas
----24 September 2013---Limited time for band scans during the last fortnight :-(
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Morocco, Medi 1 Nador, 2345 to 2350 yl noted with good signal, the rest of the band only carriers - 19
September (Wilkner)
2485 Australia, VL8K Katherine NT 1100 tune in, 1105 pop music , 1120 pop rock music, 1117 announcer, 1130 still
in this // 2325 Australia VL8T Tennant Creek NT. -- 2325 had slightly weaker signal (Wilkner and XM)
2850 North Korea , Korean Central Broadcasting Station 1020 carrier with weak audio, then 1105 to 1110 om and yl chat
and music 19 September; 1100 audio noted during band check 24 September (Wilkner
3260 Tentative - Papua New Guinea Radio Madang, Madang 1130 to 1135 some audio with vocal music 18 September,
similar log 0955 on 19 September (Wilkner & XM)
3310 Bolivia Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cochabamba 0950 tune in with yl in language, fair signal with fading 19 September
(Wilkner and XM)
3319.54 Unid strong carrier noted at 1030 on 19 September (Wilkner)
3364.93 UNID 0950 to 1000 with some audio on 19 September (Wilkner)
3375.1 Brasil Radio Municipal São Gabriel da Cachoeira 0955 to 1000 om in Portuguese under thunder storm QRN. 19
September, 1020 to 1023 music under t-storms (Wilkner & XM)
3385 Papua New Guinea Radio East New Britain Rabaul 1030 to 1040 with fair signal , 19 September (Wilkner)
4045u Bahamas Great Inagua , 1055 sailing vessel with weather information 23 September (Wilkner)
4055 Guatemala, Radio Verdad 1057 with om English ID as Radio Verdad 19 September, 1203 Koo Koo chimes intro to
yl Radio Verdad ID en español.. 24 September (Wilkner)
4451.13 Bolivia, Radio Santa Ana, Santa Ana de Yacuma 2350 to 2355 noted with fair signal on 17 September, noted
2320 to 2333 on 20 September (Wilkner)
4699.9 Bolivia, Radio San Miguel, Riberalta 0950 to 1015 om and yl chat, weaker signal than Bolivia on 4716 but in
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every morning, noted 2350 to 0005 with weak signal 19/20 September (Wilkner & XM)
4709.94 Unid 1045 to 1050 some audio but not enough for identification 23 September
4716.65 Bolivia, Radio Yatun Ayllu Yura, Yura 1004 to 1016 weaker than usual signal, 2348 - 0003 with Bolivian music,
stronger signal in local evening. 19/20 September (Wilkner)
4747 Perú, Radio Huanta 2000 Huanta Ayacucho 1000 - 1012 en español with om announcer , good signal on 19
September (Wilkner)
4750 Indonesia RRI Makassar 1115 to 1150 // 4870 Indonesia RRI Wamena, Propinsi Papua seemingly, 1021
brief om and yl chat, 1124 om, 1130 vocalist, 1135 end music om comment , 1137 music with vocalist.., vocalist
1148 . parallel broke one time with second station on 4750. 20 September (Wilkner)
4755 usb English "Net will begin..." 2350 19 Sept. (Wilkner)
4759.44 Unid 2350 to 2355 audio but distorted 20 September (Wilkner)
4774.9 Perú, Radio Tarma. Tarma 1006 to 1010 strong signal, ments de Peru en español, lively rustic music 19
September (Wilkner & MR)
4781.6 Ecuador, Radio Oriental, Napo 1110 to 1123 om in rapid español good signal the last station to fade out
mornings 20 September (Wilkner & XM)
4805 Brasil, Radio Difusora do Amazonas,Manaus 1000 to 1015 om in Portuguese under t-storm racket 19 September
Noted ever morning (Wilkner & XM)
4810 Perú Radio Logos, Chazuta, Tarapoto 0950 to 1010 with choral vocal and om chat en español good signal 19
September (Wilkner and MR)
4824.5 Perú La Voz de la Selva, Iquitos 2355 en español weak signal, noted daily 2330+ and 1040+ 19 September
(Wilkner)
4826.5 Perú, Radio Sicuani, Sicuani, Cusco 1000 to 104, weak signal, noted most days from 0950 or earlier - 2355 to
0000 noted on 19 September (Wilkner) - Has been observed silent for periods up to five days or more since
July~ rlw
4835 Perú,Ondas del Suroriente, Quillabamba 2350 - 0000 group vocal music, better than usual signal en español19
September (Wilkner)
4873.9 Brasil Rdif Roraima, Boa Vista RR 1000 to 1012 om with "Bom Dia " difficult is ssb, good in AM synchro with
NRD535D. - 2353 om romantic vocal good signal 19 September (Wilkner)
4905 RTTY at 1020 on 19 September (Wilkner)
4915 Brasil - -Radio Daqui Goiânia, GO - -tentative - - 2350 om vocal then "mais música ...by om, then under
rtty... 19/20 September (Wilkner)
4925.2 Brasil Radio Educação Rural, Tefé, AM 1020 to 1030 fading out in Portuguese under thunderstorm noise and
het from Korea 19 September (Wilkner)
4939.94 Unid --- Possibly ---Perú , Radio San Antonio de Atalaya --- 0005 to 0010 poor to fair signal music -en
español -?- needs more work 20 September (Wilkner)
4955 Perú, Radio Cultural Amauta Huanta 10304 "...muy buenos dias, om at 1035 to 1040 under thunderstorm
noise 19 September (Wilkner)
5039.14 Perú, Radio Libertad de Junín, Junín 1039 intro music then om en español to 1042 on 19 September (Wilkner)
5765u Guam AFN Barrigada 1100 to 1115 news items including "occurring last Saturday" ... and "comments on " 18
September; 1100 to 1111 yl with news items good signal 0n 19 September (Wilkner and XM)
5952 Bolivia Pio XII, Siglo Veinte 1025 to 1028 with yl and weak signal on 19 September (Wilkner)
6173.9 Perú, Radio Tawantinsuyo, Cusco 1030 to 1040, difficult signal with om in Spanish, 19 September and most
other days same time , alas weak (Wilkner)
7906u Vietnam, Vietnam Coast Radio Station 1152 to 1155 noted on 18 September(MR) om in language with good signal
1055 to 1058 on 19 September (Wilkner)
8989u Nicaragua "El Pescador Preacher" 2353 impassioned Preacher en espanol to 0000 on 17 September (Wilkner &
XM) - usually off by 0000.
MR - Vero Beach - South Florida (NRD 515 - Drake R8B - Timewave ANC-4 - Quantum Phaser)
XM - Cedar Key - South Florida (NRD 525D - R8A - E5)
Robert Wilkner - Pompano Beach, South Florida (NRD 535D -746Pro - R8 - R7- Sony 2010XA - Long Wave Pre Amplifier
- Two Medium Wave Amplified Ferrite Antennas, 120/90/60 meter dipoles)
---------------Charles Bolland -Clewiston, South Florida ----------Bolivia
59522.435, Emisora Pio XII, 1019-1030, Noted a male and female in conversation Spanish.Signal was poor
however. (Chuck Bolland, September 24, 2013)
Peru
4810. 035, Radio Logos, 1027-1035, Noted a signal male person in Spanish comments. Signal was poor with
QRM. (Chuck Bolland, September 24, 2013)
China
6105.00 China National Radio 1, 1037-1045, Noted a steady stream of Chinese language news and comments by a female
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and males. Signal was fair. (Chuck Bolland, September 24, 2013)
6135.00 China National Radio, 1041-1045 Noted parallel signal to 6105 KHz, but with better quality. Broadcast
consisted of news by a female and males in Chinese. (Chuck Bolland, September 24, 2013)
Romania
17860.00, Radio Romania International, 1324-1330, Tuned in late during the last few notesof music was being
presented. This was followed by a female giving ID in Mandarin. Interval signal followed briefly until signal went
off the air at 1327 UTC. Signal was good otherwise.(Chuck Bolland, September 14, 2013)
Germany
17860.00, Deutsche Welle, 1330-1430, At 1330 noted a brief period of Interval Signal followed by ID and sine on. At
1331 news was heard in Unknown language. Signal was fair with fading. (Chuck Bolland, September 14, 2013)
17800.00, Deutsche Welle, 1335-1400, Noted two gents conversing in Hausa language. Heard Obama's name mentioned
often during their discourse. At 1340 format sounds like the gents are answering mail from listeners Signal was
Good. (Chuck Bolland, September 14, 2013)
Excalibur 26N 081W - Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, South Florida
--------- Medium Wave Logs from our friend David Sharp in Australia ---------------Complete equipment list: Drake R8, R30A, FT950, NRD535D, ICF2010, ATS909X, ICF7600GR, PL310, Bearcat
UBC120XLT, Timewave 599zx, NEIM1031, MFJ959C, MFJ1026, MW550P, Quantum Phaser, Yaesu DC power supply,
Sangean PR-D5, AKG K240 MK2 headphones, two EWE aerials.
567
585
Guam, KGUM, 1045, EG, network ads, "K57" slogan and back to the "Dave Ramsey Show." 4/9 David Sharp.
Tasmania, 7RN Hobart, 1347, possibly not DX for most but a challenge for me as I had to get a deep enough null
in local 2WEB to hear anything; fair with Radio National. 31/8 David Sharp.
657
Unidentified, 1730, Farsi news or similar by a man, no ID. In partial null of 2BY. 31/8 David Sharp.
702
Philippines, DZAS Manila, 1147, fair in partial 2BL null; reference to "Back to the Bible Philippines" and directing
listeners to a py-domain website. 4/9 David Sharp.
713
Unidentified, 0817, someone here with strong carrier but no audio. Causing very strong het against 711 4QW. 4/9
David Sharp.
728.59 Indonesia, 1145, suspect RRI Nabire with gamelan, weak. Warmly xmtr. 12/9 David Sharp.
738
Philippines, DZRB Manila, 1155, fair in null of 2NR, "One Philippines One Network PBS" jingle. 4/9. David Sharp.
740
Vietnam, VOV, 1217, presumed per Seager's log but not enough audio for an ID. Throwing a big het against 2NR.
4/9 David Sharp.
774
Indonesia, RRI Fak Fak, 0930, local news or similar, 3LO phased but mixing with 4TO. 3/9 David Sharp.
780 USA, KKOH Reno, NV, 0850, ad-string then back to the "Red Eye Show." Fair on peaks. Had hoped to hear
WBBM but no trace. 12/9 David Sharp.
783
Indonesia, RRI Ende, 0947, dominating frequency with gamelan, way on top of 8AL. 3/9 David Sharp.
783
Mauritania, R. Mauritanie, 2028, HUGE surprise to hear this as it faded up for about five minutes with news or
similar by Arabic woman, then talk by a man, several references to "Mauritaniya." Never thought I would hear this
station Down Under! Only heard on the NW EWE. 12/9 David Sharp.
790
Cuba, Radio Reloj, 0910, distinctive "RR" morse ID cutting through on the minute but otherwise no audio.
4RN 792 partially nulled. 12/9 David Sharp.
801
Indonesia, RRI Samarang, 1840, well on top of cochannel a w/Indonesian talk, many local references, best in LSB
to escape offset(s). 12/9 David Sharp.
801.37 Unidentified, someone here causing big het against nominal; snippets of what sounded like Tagalog and if so, a
Filipino on the drift. 1840 UT 13/9 David Sharp.
801.55 Unidentified, possibly the same as above, but uncertain; 1910, someone throwing a big het against 5RM but no
audio getting through. 31/8 David Sharp.
810
Japan, AFN Tokyo (presumed), 1828, pop music, including "Everyday is a Winding Road" by Sheryl Crow, then
PSAs or similar with American-accented English, just after 1831. Mixing with partially nulled 2BA. 13/9 David
Sharp.
873
QLD, 4AY Innisfail, 1920, believe this to be the one in 2GB null with country music, including "Deeper Than the
Hollar" by Randy Travis. 31/8 David Sharp.
882 Philippines, DWIZ, 1140, fair with 4BH nulled (but still mixing with 3YB); talk by uptempo woman and ID by man
as "D-W-I-Z ocho-ocho-dos." 4/9 David Sharp.
909 Botswana, VOA Relay, EG, 2017, poor with hi life, // 4930. All alone. 7/9 David Sharp.
1053 Korea [PDR], Pyongyang BS, 1007, fair with 2CA nulled but still under 4RF and mixing with bubble jammer. Was
// to 6400. 31/8 David Sharp.
1170 Korea [Republic], KBS Gimje, 1130, vocals, Korean talk, fair with 2CH mostly nulled. 4/9 David Sharp.
1404 East Timor, R. Timor Kmanek, 0915, thanks Seager tip and presumed; occasionally rising above the noise floor
with Rosary or Catholic Mass; suffering from slow and deep fades in partial 2PK null. 3/9 David Sharp.
1440 Kiribati, R. Kiribati, 0925, fair with island music, talk by a woman, anthem, test tone and plug pulled at 0932.
Cochannel 1SBS nulled. 3/9 David Sharp.
1440 Saudi Arabia, BSKSA, 1855, fair with Arabic talks, ID at 1900, fair in partial null of 1SBS. 31/8 David Sharp.
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1512
1512
1520
1530
1566
1570
1593
Indonesia, RRI Bukittinggi, 2050, briefly on top with gamelan, then quick fade. 7/9 David Sharp.
Philippines, DYAB, 2040, Latin-flavoured Tagalog pops, mostly dominating freq; mention of "ABS" and phone
number in EG at 2042. 7/9 David Sharp.
USA, KOKC Oklahoma City, OK; 1053, "America's Morning News" with talk about Ariel Castro suicide whilst in
jail. 4/9 David Sharp.
São Tomé, VOA Relay, EG, 2027, surprised to hear this way over the top of cochannel 2VM Moree; easily //'ed
against 4930. 7/9 David Sharp.
Benin, TWR Parakou, 2015, presumed with Afro dialect by a man and hymns. Mixing with partially nulled 3NE.
13/9 David Sharp.
Hawaii, KUAU Ha'iku, 0900, "15-70 KU-AU" ID by a man, all alone with no sign of La Poderosa. 3/9 David Sharp.
Philippines, DXFM, 2100, presumed with Tagalog talk, 2TAB nulled but heavily mixing with 3RG. 7/9 David
Sharp.
And one mis-sort:
1053 Indonesia, RRI Jayapura, 1027, briefly on top of North Korea with gamelan, rapidly faded into the mush. A real
jumble-up of stations makes this an interesting freq. 31/8 David Sharp.
1981~ 2013
QSL´s de Cesar Perez Dioses (Chechito Dioses)
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