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Asociación Diexman Uruguay
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Tata Apache
Reglamento Servicio de Radioaficionados
Tata Apache
Cuadro de atribución de frecuencias
Gilson Bento
Venta
Glenn Hauser
Logs May 28-29, 2014
Antônio Avelino da Silva
2º Encuentro de Diexistas y Radioaficionados de Pernambuco
Alokesh Gupta
Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM)
Rodolfo Tizzi
Video del amigo Gilles
Glenn Hauser
Logs May 29, 2014
Migdiel Cruz
Quieren conocer más de equipos recientes
Ivan Alejandro Istlahuaca
Interese por estos radios
Sergi Giovanni
Radio Notizie n. 242
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Glenn Hauser
Logs May 29-30, 2014
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Venta
Falleció Luisa Mahé de Bernal
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Logs May 31, 2014
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Asociación Española de Radioescucha Nº 279
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Reglamento Servicio de Radioaficionados
Esta a disposición el Reglamento de Servicio de Radioficionados perteneciente al país (Uruguay), emitido por la URSEC (Unida Reguladora de
Servicios de Comunicaciones), allí tendrán todas las pautas de trabajo en las diferentes frecuencias, como están divididas, en fin, muy completo y
ameno, esta para bajar desde el link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/146325282073748/762808467092090/
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Cuadro de atribución de frecuencias
Esta a disposición el cuadro de atribuciones de frecuencias distribuidas por la URSEC en nuestro país, asi que esta en el siguiente link:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/146325282073748/permalink/762847260421544/
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Glenn Hauser
Logs May 28-29, 2014
** BRAZIL [and non]. 5999.6, May 28 at 0113 check, the RNB carrier is still on causing het with 6000.0, RHC English which is just barely modulated
(JBM) and confirmed as // 6165 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CANADA. A bit of analog Es UT May 28:
0010 on 2, weak signal in and out, maybe Seinfeld? Antenna north, but not confirmed with audio in English
0128 on 2, drama in English, antenna NNE; can make out unobtrusive Global bug in lower right. No doubt it`s CKND-2, Minnedosa MB, the only
analog Global left on 2 this side of eastern Ontario
0131 on 2, OFF ad vs different Canadian bugs
0159 on 2, `Law & Order` recognizable right up to 0200
0200 on 2, Global Preview of some other show, really a trailer, but it`s sponsored by something unrelated on part of the screen.
0335 on 2, some video fades back in; 0338 it`s CTV News mentioning Timmins, Sudbury. This chex with CHBX Sault Sainte Marie ON schedule for
11:30 pm EDT CTV [local] news following 11:00 pm national news. The only other CTV possibility, two timezones further west, CKBQ in Melfort, Sask.,
won`t be in local news until 0630 UT according to schedules, i.e. after midnight local CST. 0338 tail end of local weather segment and fadeout.
Another brief Es opening May 29:
1324 on 3, with antenna NNE, CCI including interview in English, 1325 mentioning Saskatoon, so its really from the NNW, CFQC-TV-1, Stranraer, the
only analog 3 left in SK, 100 kW. City to city distance 1899 km/1180 smi/1026 nmi (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, May 28 at 0111, R. Chaski carrier detectable despite pulse jamming from Cuba, which occasionally appears here way off-time from
the R. Martí broadcast starting at 0700; until cut off at 0112:29.5*, which is six seconds later than yesterday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** SOUTH AFRICA. 15255, May 28 at 0558, ME? music, very poor with flutter. Not expecting it to turn out to be trans-equatorial Channel Africa, but
0600 6-pip timesignal about 1 second late, opening ChAf English (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SRI LANKA. 11905, May 28 at *0114:12, SLBC carrier on, 0114:47.5 music starts, 0114:19 mistimesignal ends, very poor in noise (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U K [non]. 13580, May 28 at 0600, BBC teasing `Outlook` to come, 0601 news; good signal I had not noticed before; Aoki shows 315 degrees
via MADAGASCAR at 0600-0800 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1722 monitoring: confirmed on WRMI-11, 9955, Wednesday May 28 at 1315, good signal on NW beam. Also confirmed
at new time on WBCQ, Wednesday 2100 on webcast, while 7490 is inaudible here. How is it closer to Monticello? Also replayed one more time on
WRMI-10, 9955, UT Thursday May 29 at 0330, confirmed on webcast.
WORLD OF RADIO 1723:
Thursday 1230 on WRMI, 9955
Thursday 2100 on WTWW, 9475
Thursday 2100 on WBCQ, 7490 (we hope; last week replayed old show)
UT Friday 0326v on WWRB, 5050 (resumed last week after missings)
Saturday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio, 7265-CUSB
Saturday 2330 on WTWW, 9930 (resumed last week after missings)
UT Sunday 0030 on WRMI, 9495 (may be previous show)
UT Sunday 0400 on WTWW, 5830
UT Monday 0300 on Area 51 via WBCQ, 5110v-CUSB
Tuesday 1100 on WRMI, 9955
Wednesday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio, 7265-CUSB
Wednesday 1315 on WRMI, 9955
Wednesday 2100 on WBCQ, 7490
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1530, May 28 at 0604, one more check for KLBW cheatin` daytimer heard three previous nites around now: instead frequency dominated
by music, ``Baby-Love``, about same NW/SE bearing as for New Boston TX, but is opposite, ``Good Time Oldies on the I-25 Radio Network``,
which means Colorado: KCMN Colorado Springs, but it`s got to be cheatin` too, as NRC AM Log shows it with 15000 watts day/00015 watts night!
U1 i.e. non-direxional day and night. Will be interesting to follow which one is heard subsequently (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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Antônio Avelino da Silva
2º Encuentro de Diexistas y Radioaficionados de Pernambuco
Estimados amigos y amigas, ¡Fuerte 73' y buenas escuchas! - Antonio Avelino - Diretor/Director 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
Alokesh Gupta
Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM)
Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) to participate with a special broadcast in the International Radio for Disaster Relief (IRDR) Trial on June 5th and 6th
The Emergency Warning Features (EWF) of the DRM system will be featured in a special broadcast included in the IRDR Trial to coincide with the
Media Summit on Climate Change to be held June 4th - 6th 2014 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The aim of the trial - special programmes carried by twelve
important broadcasters- is to demonstrate that shortwave broadcasting has a unique value for affected populations and that the existing framework
of global shortwave coordination can be employed for disaster risk purposes. Special clear channels have been selected for the IRDR Trial and there
will be transmissions from a number of different broadcasters and sites between 0200 and 1130 UTC each day of the Media Summit.
The DRM Consortium have produced a 30 minute long programme explaining the benefits of the DRM EWF which can be heard on the BBC/Babcock
transmissions on 15650 kHz at 03:00 – 03:30, 04:00 – 04:30 and 05:00 – 05:30 UTC on both the 5th and 6th of June.
The special DRM radio programme explains what the inbuilt emergency functionality of DRM is and how alarm signals generated by the authorities
can override running programmes and carry the emergency message instantly to large numbers of people. The DRM special broadcast will be an
inviting introduction to the DRM presentation and demonstration to be given by Alexander Zink, Vice-Chair of the DRM Consortium (and Senior
Business Development Manager, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany) on June 6th in the morning, at the Media Summit on Climate.
“During emergencies and times of crisis, most of the services fail”, says Ruxandra Obreja, DRM Consortium Chairman, “radio is the last line of
communication and the obvious solution for bringing information to the people. We are very excited to have our first radio broadcast on the in-built
emergency disaster functionality of DRM during such an important event like the one in Jakarta.”
For those interested in the DRM special broadcast this will be made available very soon on: www.drm.org
Rodolfo Tizzi
Video del amigo Gilles
Por mas que tengamos muchos años en la escucha, siempre vale la pena repasar algunos conceptos que a veces se nos olvidan. Video del amigo
Gilles, de Montreal, Canadá, a cuyo canal de Youtube recomiendo que se suscriban.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=689_i1aRgCI&feature=youtu.be
Glenn Hauser
Logs May 29, 2014
** CUBA [and non]. 5999.6, May 29 at 0638 check, RNBrasília`s extra transmitter is still on here causing lite het to 6000.0, RHC English during
``Wednesday`` mailbag (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** JAPAN. 17585, May 29 at 0643, lively W&M talk in Japanese, poor signal. This is one of the special NHK frequencies put on the air for 24-hour
service to Japanese residents in military Thailand, per schedule from S. Hasegawa, this one at 05-08 UT. For those who haven`t seen them in the
DXLD yg, full sked is:
0900-1700 11815
1700-1900 7225
1900-2100 9560
2100-0100 13680
0100-0500 17810
0500-0800 17585
0800-0900 13650
Many of these were already in use, but extended to fill in gaps; presumably all direct from Yamata. I suspect these and other expanded broadcasts for
Thailand from BBC and VOA will fade away as the Outside gets used to yet another period of military rule. BBC and VOA also have a lot to lose by
pushing the issue, both with SW relay bases in Thailand (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. After an hour of fitful hints of video on channel 2, Es opens up at 1548 UT May 29:
1548 on 2, multiple CCI from different offsets to the southwest, but best signal from WSW: studio talk show, with 14 day countdown to Mundial at the
bottom. Azteca-7 bug barely visible in upper right. From direxion and network, expected to be XHENT Ensenada BCN; 1555 ad for Vertigo with circle-V
commercial logo briefly in upper right instead. Then I make out the slogan along with the Mundial countdown: AZTECARIOCA ---- get it? Tiny white
lettering appears quickly in the upper left along the letterbox black strip, missed ID? Maybe not. 1556 Mexico`s equivalent of Amber Alert, missing
child notice, but around the DF, I think, not BC. Back to program, title behind the anchor something like ALGUIEN RESPONDE. 1558 finally I can
make out the XHENT CANAL 2 / ENSENADA BC two-line ID bug in the UR. This signal is never as strong, snow-free as XHBC:
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1557 on 3, XHBC Mexicali has faded in, W&W conversation mentions Mexicali right away; heavy ghosting, but peaks snow-free. This is always
stronger than XHENT-2. 1600 in studio dancer-sizing segment, guys leading gals. 1602 full-screen grafik: HOLA MEXICALI.
1559 on 5, Azteca-13 bug in UR, so evidence that XHAQ Mexicali is still on analog 5, the MUF reaching it today; peaks snow-free too. 1603 program
bug in LL is VENGA ALEGRIA in circle, non-local out of the DF no doubt, but below that is a PDT clock as 09:03. Take some pix at 1605, linx to be
added later if worthy.
With the TV MUF up to 82 MHz, FM should be possible. Finding that the W9WI.com page for BC FM is empty, I look up in Cantú the FM frequencies for
Ensenada:
89.1, 92.1, 92.9, 95.5, 97.9, 100.3, 101.1, 103.3, 106.9
and Mexicali:
(88.7 = USA), 89.9, 90.7, 91.5, 92.3, 95.5, 96.9, 98.3, 101.9, 103.3, 104.1, 104.9, 105.5, 105.9, 106.7
Didn`t get Tijuana copied down but notice that some of them duplicate Mexicali! So beware. Anyhow, seems I won`t need them now as the FM DX
turns out to be Alta Californian: see U S A. Meanwhile the MUF from XH-land is declining down to channel 2 CCI by 1700 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. RF 51, May 29 at 1433 UT check, NO signal any more from KSBI-TV OKC, so the transition to RF 23 is complete for ``Channel 52``.
I believe it was still on both RF channels yesterday when I checked, or certainly ante-yesterday. One is hard-pressed to find *anything* on their
website http://www.ksbitv.com about their true RF channel, now 23; who cares? It does still say at the top, ``Digital Antenna Scan for CH 52``!
Internal site search simply on the number 23 gets 3058 hits, presumably totally spurious, but including a lot of videos, perhaps with those numbers
embedded anywhere in the URLs (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1723 monitoring: confirmed first broadcast Thursday May 29 from 1230 on WRMI, 9955. Good signal, no jamming
audible for a change; did not catch today when the switch from WRMI-10 to WRMI-11 was made, but it was not at 1258. Next: Thu 2100 on WTWW
9475, WBCQ 7490; UT Fri 0326v on WWRB 5050 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. Following WOR 1723 on WRMI 9955, no `Scoreboard` at all followed at 1259 May 29, just fill music and Zanotti ID. I suspect Bruce
Baskin may have given up trying to get any sponsorship for that 1-minute show. Looking thru the program info on the WRMI website,
http://www.wrmi.net/pb/wp_d12a1732/wp_d12a1732.html We find he`s now doing something else:
``Rock Radio Revival, CONTACT: Bruce Baskin, [email protected]
Sunday nights are now a lot louder on shortwave radio. On May 4, 2014, Radio Miami International debuted a new half-hour classic Christian rock
program featuring music ranging from Eighties heavy metal bands to Nineties alternative rockers. "Rock Radio Revival" airs every Sunday at 9:30 PM
EDT on WRMI, following the popular "Blues Radio International" show. The host of the new program, Bruce Baskin, has been WRMI’s sports director
for the past 16 months, producing the WRMI Scoreboard weekdays since January 2013. . .`` Promises not to proselytize.
Indeed the program grid now displayed, dated May 3, 2014, but also mislabeled B-13,
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AivhtkIEGb3_dENObnZrMkt1YmtUWGxkbkd3TGNzOXc&hl=en#gid=0 has removed all the
`Scoreboard` times, but instead of R.R.R. at 9:30 pm Sundays shows `Word for the World`, and no R.R.R. anywhere else (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1530, May 29 at 0604 UT, another try for KLBW New Boston TX, cheating daytimer already heard thrice at this hour: instead, like last night,
there is oldie music, no ID but 0606 UT segué; 0608 UT DJ mentions The Guess Who, caller on air with him. 0613 UT two Ad Council PSAs, so paid
advertising to overlay them is sparse; 0615 UT back to music; 0617 UT, 866- toll free number ``is smokin```, takin` requests, but is it really live in
the nightmiddle? Maybe so, altho typically immediate fulfillment of a request means it`s been taped a bit earlier. She gets what she wants, ``We Are
the Champions``. 0624 UT next break brings ad for the I-25 Speedway, weather; 0626 UT joint ID first for KWRP 690 Pueblo, and then KCMN 1530
Colorado Springs, which are the two components of the ``I-25 Radio Network`` as heard last night at this time.
Thruout this period, and also last night, nothing more heard from KLBW, so it appears they have handed over cheatin` responsibility on 1530 to
KCMN, which is supposed to be 15 watts night instead of 15 kW day. Note: no station would really want to run only 15 watts at night: no doubt this
was the figure FCC came up with so KCMN would not have have to install an expensive direxional antenna system in order to run higher power at
night. It might also have required a different transmitter site in order to put a usable signal into CS (or along I-25), or that might have been impossible
considering the other stations which supposedly have to be protected.
Meanwhile, we are deprived of Brother Scare on WCKY Cincinnati, SOB! Looking at the NRC Pattern Book, however, WCKY`s pattern puts very little
signal to the west, just as KFBK Sacramento puts very little signal to the east, and KGBT Harlingen puts very little signal to the north --- the big three
50 kW stations on 1530 (KGBT cut to 10 at night). From the map, there is such a gap in mid-America that it looks as if KCMN should be allowed to run
full power at night, perhaps with a few nulls toward the other three. Checking FCC AM Query in case there has been some change? No, but they do
have 1 kW for critical hours, and this signal could well be 1 instead of 15 kW; or somewhere in between (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 88.1, May 29 at 1623 UT, after TVDX from Mexicali and Ensenada BC, MUF up into FM, yet not much on TV now; overriding the 88.1 Okies,
promos for ``K-jazz``; 1624, ``K-jazz 88.1, member-supported jazz radio``. At first I assume it`s Phœnix, but wait a minute, the real KJZZ is not
on 88.1! Do they have a satellite or translator on 88.1? Not per WTFDA FM database and anyhow this one IDs as on 88.1 originally. Further checking
finds it must really be KKJZ, 30 kW in Long Beach CA, a.k.a. ``K-jazz``. HAAT is only 137 meters, so must not be on Mt Wilson. City-to-city distance
to Long Beach: 1870/1162/1010 km/sm/nm.
90.7, May 29 at 1635 UT, find one other FM Es signal on a relatively clear frequency here: interview with the late Maya Angelou (who came up with a
much classier name than her née), but not // with Tavis Smiley doing the same on OETA OKLA. Then to others reminiscing about her. Not recognizing
Amy Goodman voice, but very likely `Democracy Now` as now scheduled to repeat on KPFK, Los Ángeles, which is on Mount Wilson, grandfathered
110 kW ERP up 863 meters AAT (this did not keep not one but two BCN stations from usurping the same frequency, unheard now.) Distance:
1846/1147/997. Fade after 2 or 3 minutes.
88.3, May 29 at 1643 UT, woman with community event about a wilderness adventure, see hillcrest.adventistspace.org (? no good link). ``To submit
your event visit kaxl.com``. Fade out and back in, at first thought another station: 1647 ``Life FM`` after music, two M DJ chat about how no great
explorers were women since they always stop and ask for direxions, yuk2. Finally another ``Life FM`` non-ID and PDT timecheck for 10 till 10 at
1650 UT. Meanwhile I had searched on that slogan for 88.3 in the WTFDA db and got only one hit anywhere: KAXL in Greenacres (Bakersfield) CA, 21
kW. Distance km/sm/nm: 1915/1190/1034. Recording clips to be added (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 6
Migdiel Cruz
Quieren conocer más de equipos recientes
Quieren conocer más de equipos recientes de RADIO, tanto RECEPTORES como TRANSCEPTORES???... Visiten el sitio de EA1URO:
http://www.ea1uro.com/equipos.html
Ivan Alejandro Istlahuaca
Interese por estos radios
Compañeros. algun colega que se interese por estos radios...uno es grundig y el otro tecsun...1300 el grundig y 900 el tecsun...ambos en perfecto
estado y con todos sus accesorios...el precio ya incluye envio...me urge venderlos por que tengo una nueva adquisicion en puerta jeje...
Sergi Giovanni
Radio Notizie n. 242
Estimados amigos de la ADU, he aqui el n. 242 de la revista Radio Notizie en italiano qui se publica en el formato cartaceo y PDF con 28 paginas en
A4, copertina y retro copertina en color. En este numero podemos leer: la radio austriaca en el suyo 90° anniversario, un cofre lleno de joyas:
Swansea Sound, Groot Nieuws Radio, Country Radio; Sueno Argentina: viaje de Giovanni Sergi a Argentina y entrevista a la RAE Radiodifusion
Argentina al Exterior - Redazione italiana el dia 14 de Abril 2014. Se puede pedir un número trasero en PDF de Radio Notizie para la evaluación a la
direccion: [email protected] - Buena lectura y escucha de Giovanni
Dino Bloise
FRECUENCIA AL DÍA - No. 380, Mayo 30, 2014
Chile | Concurso Las Regiones Cantan marcó un hito en la historia de la televisión. Un hito en la historia de la televisión regional chilena se marcó el
Pasado 4 de mayo con la transmisión vía satelite del concurso Las Regiones Cantan. Por primera vez 22 estaciones de TV desde Antofagasta a Punta
Arenas se unieron en directo lo que fue catalogado como un gran paso para estos medios de comunicación. Informe con Luís Valderas.
-Escúchanos 24/7, 365 días desde: www.programasdx.com/frecuencialdia.htm
Ademas los siguientes temas: Gustavo Luna: Cuba contará con su cuarto transmisor de televisión digital este año*** Estados Unidos ha dado el
primer paso hacia una Internet de dos velocidades*** Miguel Ángel Reyes: Sony quiere revivir al cassette*** Daniel Silva: EE cubre 72% del Reino
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Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 7
Glenn Hauser
Logs May 29-30, 2014
** ANGUILLA. 11775, May 30 at 1330, The Valley station is missing, no PMS or DGS to be heard (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BOLIVIA. 5952.44, May 30 at 0105, Radio Pio XII animated YL talk unseems Spanish, poor but a bit better than usual; always on split frequency,
approx. measurement compared to WWV (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL [and non]. 5999.6, May 30 at 0519, RNB is still on here as evidenced by the het upon RHC 6000.0. Not only does it clash with Cuba, but
Brazilian DXers have pointed out that there is another ZY already assigned the frequency 6000, 10 kW R. Guaíba, Porto Alegre; but is it active? (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 9663.9, May 30 at 0525, Voz Missionária sermonizer giving telefones numbers, stronger than 9819v (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 9819v, May 30 at 0522, Brazuguese on weak signal. Don`t usually hear R. Nove de Julho this time of onight (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** CANADA. Regarding my channel A2 log of CTV from Ontario, whether there are still two stations or one, Bill Hepburn in Grimsby replies to Saul
Chernos` comment that CKCO-2 was apparently off:
``Hi Glenn, CKCO-2 is still on the air. In here 24/7. [later:] Whoa --- I take that back. Watching the end of the CTV National News and waiting for the
local news on 2-. I got the Northern Ontario news, not Kitchener's! CHBX is in here at 332 miles. I'm sure I saw a strong CKCO-2 here within the last
month. Saul, Did you hear something official about CKCO-2? I haven't heard of any other CTV analogues going off recently. Could they just be
temporarily off with transmitter problems? Bill Hepburn`` - I have no way of separating them by offset frequencies now (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA [and non]. CNR1 jammers morning of May 30:
15525, May 30 at 1427, CNR1 jammer, heavy QRM vs Voice of Tibet but VOT Madagascar goes off by 1428; must not have jumped to 15530 today
15545, May 30 at 1332, CNR1 jammer, fair-good; het on lo side, VOT. At 1428, this has been replaced by 15570
16360, May 30 at 1333, CNR1 jammer, fair-good
16920, May 30 at 1333, CNR1 jammer, good with flutter
17300, May 30 at 1341, CNR1 jammer, fair-good
17575, Friday May 30 at 1305, CNR1 jamming and second Chinese audio, maybe CNR1 offset, hard to tell. Target is BBC Uzbek via OMAN, which
Aoki shows from May 14 during this semihour only, and only on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; 17510 the other days.
Same 1300-1330 service via Thailand is listed on 17480 for Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday; 17735 other days. However, not noticed anything
on 17480 today, but single CNR1 jamming is on 17735 at 1305 even tho it`s Friday.
18980, May 30 at 1341, CNR1 jammer, fair vs. RFA Tibetan via Kuwait, its frequency during this hour on Tuesdays and Fridays (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 9550, May 30 at 1335, RHC Spanish making SAH with CRI Vietnamese and atop it but not a bigsig, // 9820. RHC`s own schedule
http://www.radiohc.cu/interesantes/estaticas/frecuencias claims 9550 is on only from 1100 to 1300, and it hasn`t corrected 9830 to 9820
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. Sporadic E MUF is barely poking above 55 MHz, May 30 from 1430 monitoring: weak video on channel 2 fades up at 1549, enough to
see the Televisa net-4 `f` bug in the LR; at 1625 once again, and now there may be a Grupo Pacífico oval circle-italic 2 bug in the UR, but just a
glimpse before gone again. If so, that would be Sinaloa or Sonora (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 1640, May 30 from 0538 past 0541 UT, open carrier/hummy dead air from KZLS (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980.02 approx., May 30 at 0108, R. Chaski slightly on the hi side (like half a click on the DX-398 40-Hz steps), vs Cuban pulse jamming,
until chopoff at 0112:40.5* which is 11 seconds later than 48 hours ago (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SRI LANKA. 11905, May 30 after 0114, SLBC open carrier has come on, poor signal; music starts at 0114:47, but no mistimesignal audible
before opening announcement at 0115:43 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1723 monitoring: confirmed on WTWW-1, 9475, Thursday May 29 from 2100:30. New simulairing on WBCQ inaudible
on 7490, but webcast reveals they are again playing last week`s show, 1722.
WOR 1723 also confirmed on WWRB, 5050, UT Friday May 30 from 0327:25, after several seconds pause following preacher. WOR audio sounded
rather overmodulated and distorted. Next:
Saturday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio, 7265-CUSB
Saturday 2330 on WTWW-2, 9930
UT Sunday 0030 on WRMI-14, 9495 (may be previous episode)
UT Sunday 0400 on WTWW-1, 5830
UT Monday 0300 on Area 51 via WBCQ, 5110v-CUSB
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 8
** U S A. 12105, May 30 at 0113, passé Pastor Pete Peters preaching here on WTWW-3, while someone else is speaking on 9475, WTWW-1, the
main SFAW channel. This seems to be a regular thing now, but apparently 12105 is still considered part of the ``Bible Worldwide`` ministry,
somehow related to SFAW. At 1427 May 30, 12105 is still not on, tho 9475 and 9930 are (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 12050, May 30 at 1328, WEWN Spanish is gone, and along with that its squealyspurs; still VG on 11550 and English on 15610 (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1530, May 30 at 0505 UT, KLBW New Boston TX is back as the dominant daytimer cheating, clear YL ID as ``KLBW The Light and
KLBW.com``. KCMN Colorado Springs unheard now, but fast SAH with something. Also recheck at tune-in 0536 UT, another canned ID from KLBW,
but this time by an OM as ``KLBW 1530 The Light``. Note: it`s no doubt like this all night, earlier and later; my previous logs at 0605 UT were just
typical of my bedtime chex.
Todd Skaine, Woodbury MN, replied to my previous log: ``Glenn, KCMN also cheats a lot. I've also noticed that our semi-local from Shakopee [MN,
KQSP 1530] stays on all night, usually with lower power. However this morning, 0510 CLT [1010 UT] they were at full power. Also another local 690
KFXN have been 24/7 at full power [500 watts, all-Hmong?] for a month!`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 88.3, clips of my KAXL Greenacres CA log as in previous report:
http://www.w4uvh.net/kaxl1.mp3
http://www.w4uvh.net/kaxl2.mp3
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 960, May 30 at 0501 UT during KGWA Fox-hole, once again, audible amid the QRM is somestation playing instrumental ``Let It
Be`` Beatlesong. What is it?!? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 9669-SSB, May 30 at 0524, slurred colloquial Spanish 2-way INTRUDERs (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 14000-SSB, May 30 at 1319, colloquial Spanish 2-way, some whistling, vs carrier bursts with descending pitch; presumed poachers
rather than legit hams who would not be on phone at the lower edge of the 20m band. Mentioned Isla Santa Isabel, times of moonrise and moonset.
There are islands by that name in Galápagos and Guinea Ecuatorial, but presumably this is the Mexican one off Nayarit (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
Dino Bloise
Escuchas y Comentarios LU-DX N° 656
Escuchas y Comentarios LU-DX N° 656 - Estimados Colegas y amigos YL /OM
Les informo que ya se ha puesto en la Web > www.lu5cab.com< El Semanario "Escuchas y Comentarios LU-DX N° 656.
Solicito que lo busquen ,lean y distribuyan. Gracia y buenos Comunicados y DX. Ing. Juan Luis Costa -LU5CAB
Mauricio Pimenta
Venta
Ola meu nobre amigo Saulo e demais amigos tudo bem ?
Veja que máquina que esta entrando pra mim ainda esta semana , voce vai se apaixonar olha as fotos da criança . Um lindo Cobra 148 GTL EX , coisa
fina , vai sair no valor de apenas 430,00 !!! Ou Interesso em trocar por um VHF ICOM 2200. Segue fotos .
Cordialmente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha. Analista de Sistemas, Radioamador licenciado pela Anatel - Estação PY4ID
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Rafael Rodríguez R
Falleció Luisa Mahé de Bernal
Falleció Luisa Mahé de Bernal, fundadora de Radio Santa Fe (1070 Khz). Tras una larga enfermedad murió Luisa Mahé de Bernal. Su fallecimiento
coincidió con el aniversario número 76 de la creación de Radio Santa Fe. Luisa Mahé deja un gran legado en la radio colombiana. Considerada la
gran dama de la radio, fue fundadora, locutora, programadora y gerente de Radio Santa Fe. Una de las primeras mujeres que impulsó un proyecto de
tal magnitud, junto a su esposo, Hernando Bernal Andrade, quien falleció en 1962. Hernando Bernal y Luisa Mahé alternaban la totalidad de las
funciones de la emisora, que en conmemoración de cuatro siglos de la capital de la República, fue bautizada Radio Santa Fe. Hernando trabajaba
todo el día entre micrófonos, cables y transmisores, mientras Luisa escogía las melodías y las anunciaba en la emisora.
Luego del fallecimiento de Bernal, Luisa Mahé enfrentó el reto de continuar con la emisora, con el apoyo de sus hijas asumieron la tarea de
continuar con el legado http://www.eltiempo.com/estilo-de-vida/gente/muerte-de-maria-luisa-mahe-fundadora-de-radio-santa-fe/14053700
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 9
Glenn Hauser
Logs May 31, 2014
** BRAZIL. 5999.6, May 31 at 0118, RNB/RNA is gone again since there is no het upon 6000.0 RHC.
11780, May 31 at 0135, RNB/RNA other frequency is out of whack tonight, splattering out to plus/minus 20 kHz, quite different from the spurblobs
centered plus and minus 30 kHz earlier this week. The mess gets stronger and worse the closer to the fundamental. Only the bigsig from Cuba on
11760 can combat it (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL [and non]. 6135.26 approx., May 31 at 0122, R. Aparecida has varied up to here in order to put a very audible heterodyne upon R. Santa
Cruz, BOLIVIA, which has a stronger signal, at 6134.82 approx., which means the het would = 440 Hz but not measured independently. Most of the
non-het audio heard is musical, and not // Aparecida talk on 9630v and 11855v. The het and Aparecida disappear about 0158* as my streetlite is
*igniting: looks like that will surpass 0200 UT before receding. There is still too much storm noise to get anything out of RSC even tho dehetted, and
by next check at 0209 it too is off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 9663.74 approx., May 31 at 0216, music from the variable ZY, Voz Missionária, poor (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CANADA. 2749-USB, May 31 at 0141, very poor signal vs noise level with English broadcast, no doubt VAR-3 again as scheduled from
``Fundy``, Nova Scotia, wherever that really is. I keep tuning in at the time this one is on rather than one of the three other Canadian CG marine
weather stations sharing the frequency. Nothing Canadian on the 54-94 MHz band today (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA [and non]. 11760, May 31 at 0206, I notice that RHC Spanish tho VG signal capable of muscling aside the Brazilian splatter from 11780,
the modulating now is just barely, softer even than // 11840 which is usually undermodulated. RHC`s own schedule does not show 11760 at all in
the evenings now, but Aoki does as 21-05 UT. At 0207 Cuba goes off 11760, uncovering another station in Spanish: see IRAN (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST) See also BRAZIL
** IRAN [and non]. 11760, May 31 at 0207, RHC has cut off way early, audiblizing another station in Spanish, good but fluttery signal, music theme
and opening ``Entrevistas sobre la actualidad política``. One Sra. Rivera, I think from Spain, with opinions about the Siria conflict, refugees.
Recheck at 0224, this one is off too.
It`s IRIB, 500 kW, 274 degrees from Kamalabad at 0020-0220, for CIRAF Zones 11-15, which of course is a total collision with RHC on its #1
frequency, which however, is not on its own current schedule at all in the evenings: http://www.radiohc.cu/interesantes/estaticas/frecuencias
Perhaps RHC is undecided whether to confront Iran or not, which often here is severely QRMing RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** NORTH AMERICA. 6925-USB, May 31 at 0128, fair signal, hard rock from the only pirate on the band; 0130 ID as ``X L R 8 --- Accelerate!``. But
it stays on the same frequency in kilocycles per second. If it were drifting upward it would be accelerating in units of kilocycles per second per second
(or kHz/sec). Off at 0151 check (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, May 31 at 0112, R. Chaski carrier barely audible thru totally uncalled-for pulse jamming by Cuba, until cutoff at 0112:46* which is
5.5 seconds later than yesterday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** ROMANIA. 11945, May 31 at 0205, RRI in Spanish, an echo apart from much stronger // 11955, so must be from the two different sites and
azimuths: HFCC shows 11945 is 245 degrees from Galbeni, and 11955 is 307 from Tiganeshti. Also on 9645 at 0218 with RRI ID and lite het from
R. Bandeirantes; 9645 is not synchro with 11945, so must also be Tiganeshti: yes, and also 307 degrees. RRI music is great, whatever the language
service (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** TURKEY. 9770, May 31 at 0117, this is supposed to be the Spanish service of La Voz de Turquía // 9870 --- but stilted Spanish is only on 9870,
while 9770 is stronger with mostly music. 0118 brief announcement sounds Turkish or Tukishish, such as a Central Asian Turkic language, so Emirler
must have put the wrong program feed into 9770! The only other broadcast scheduled this hour is Turkish at 0000-0200, eastward on 7260,
unchecked since not looked up until later. Retune toward hourend at 0152 finds 9770 still in good music, not // 9870 still in Spanish. 0154, 9870
is playing the TRT IS and off by 0155, by when 9770 is also off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5085, May 31 at 0125, Brother Scare with canned generic contact announcement via WTWW-2, already on nite frequency, while WTWW-1
is still on day frequency 9475 with SFAW, and WTWW-3, 12105 as usual now during this hour presents Pastor Pete Peters separately in English. By
0201, 9475 is off but 12105 open carrier is still on past 0203 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5050, May 31 at 0126, WWRB is in open carrier/dead air. Finally at 0130 Dave comes on with an apparently live announcement, saying
that ``one of the transmitters is down, so will have to use this one on 3185; please retune your shortwave radio to 3185; thank you``. However
5050 stayed on with Pastor Paul J. something from Texas but now in Philadelphia instructing us about Yahweh, and at 0140 how the name really is
pronounceable since Y is a vowel. I keep checking for 3185, but 5050 stays on for the entire semihour, until at 0159 Dave makes another
announcement, part of which I miss, something about expecting a call any time now; apparently a live program feed via phoneline. 0200 organ music
starts but that may be fill. At 0203 I find that 5050 is finally off, but 3185 does not come on until *0212 joining Brother Scare in progress (how
else?). Meanwhile 9370 was not on either, so apparently WWRB is making do with only one operational transmitter
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7490.12 approx., May 31 at 0220, WBCQ with BS has varied to here (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 10
** U S A. 7505.20 approx., May 31 at 0221, WRNO stays fairly stable on this offset, a little higher up than much weaker WBCQ is above 7490;
humbuzz and Pastor Ray Bentley of Maranatha Radio (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1530, May 31 at 0145 UT, with a Heat/Pacers game nulled, presumably WCKY still on day pattern since it`s only sunset here, far from
Sacramento, gospel music from NW/SE making fast SAH, and presumably from KLBW New Boston TX, the cheater I have been hearing later in the
night. 0150 UT ad for solidgospel.com (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 4755-USB, May 31 at 0213, 2-way in Spanish as I tune across; an hour earlier, the usual US Navy MARS net was here (in English)
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Álex Robert
Email recebido da Arcangel San Gabriel
Saudações amigos hoje recebi um email da Rádio Nacional Arcangel San Gabriel!
http://lex-dx.blogspot.com.br/2014/05/email-recebido-radio-nacional-arcangel.html
Asociación Española de Radioescucha
Nº 279
Nueva lista de “España en FM”
La Asociación Española de Radioescucha, AER, se complace al anunciar el lanzamiento de la nueva lista de emisoras españolas de la frecuencia
modulada, “España en FM” disponible en http://fm.aer-dx.es Esta nueva lista es el resultado del acuerdo entre la AER y Günter Lorenz, de FMLIST,
por que se ha procedido a una fusión y actualización de las bases de datos que ambas entidades tenían de la FM española.
A partir de ahora, un equipo conjunto de colaboradores, coordinado por Pedro Moñino, se encargará de la actualización de esta nueva base de
datos, para que la misma ofrezca una información lo más fi able posible. La nueva base de datos residirá en el sitio web de FMLIST,
http://www.fmlist.org/ , y será explotada tanto por la propia FMLIST como por la web de la AER, http://aer-dx.es/ Para los usuarios de la web de
AER apenas habrá cambios, ya que se ha respetado la estética que ya había, pero los datos ahora provienen de la nueva base de datos.
Pues bien, fruto de esta colaboración se ofrecen las siguientes cuatro búsquedas de emisoras españolas de la FM:
Completa. En la que se puede elegir el rango de frecuencias, el nombre de la emisora, la localidad, la provincia/comunidad autónoma y/o la cadena
y en cuyo listado de resultados se ofrecen todos los datos de las emisorasactivas que cumplen los requisitos Simplifi cada: En la que se puede elegir
el rango de frecuencias, el nombre de la emisora, la localidad, la provincia/comunidad autónoma y/o la cadena y en cuyo listado de resultados
se ofrecen todos los datos básicos de las emisoras activas que cumplen los requisitos Frecuencia: En la que se determina la frecuencia que se desea
y el resultado ofrece un listado con los datos de todas las emisoras activas que emiten en dicha frecuencia Novedades: Ofrece un listado de las 50
últimas novedades/actualizaciones de la base de datos con todos los datos de las emisoras, estén activas o no Como no podía ser de otra manera,
todos los resultados se pueden imprimir, pues son muy simples, con los datos y apenas imágenes o similares.
Como hasta ahora, tanto FMLIST como la AER, agradecen las correcciones que se les quiera hacer llegar. Para facilitar esta labor, se han preparado
formularios de correcciones que cargan los datos de la base y en los que el colaborador sólo debe escribir las correcciones de la emisora/cadena.
Así mismo, hay otro formulario para aquellas nuevas emisoras que no fi guran en la lista. Desde este momento, estamos abiertosa cuentas
comentarios y sugerencias nos queráis hacer en relación a esta nueva lista. Muchas gracias a todo el mundo por su colaboración, sin cuyo apoyo no
sería factible “España en FM”.
39,39 Aniversario
Aniversario de Play DX
Nuestro amigo italiano Dario Monferini invitó a todos los diexistas activos a la celebración de los 39,39 años de vida del boletín PLAY-DX que se
desarrollaró en Bolonia el pasado 11 de mayo a partir de las 12:45 horas, organizado por Stefano Valianti.
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 11
El encuentro se desarrolló en la trattoria-restaurante La Ghirlandina, via Emilia Ponente,
76, 40133 Bolonia, Italia. Durante la comida, Monferini y Pavanello contaron su aventura en Brasil, en
agosto de 2013, con una rica documentación fotográfi ca, siendo posible admirar centenares de
QSLreliquia de la colección de Monferini.
Se repartieron adhesivos y regalos de emisoras italianas entre todos los participantes.Como no tuvimos la
info con sufi ciente antelación, la publicamos en nuestro blog http://aer.org.es así como en nuestros perfi
les de Facebook, de Twitter y nuestro canal RSS de novedades. ¡Enhorabuena, amigos! Congratulazioni!
(En la foto: Roberto Pavanello, “el guru” Dario Monferini, Robby Barbolinio “Bologna”, Nino Marabello
“Treviso”, sonrriente Stefano Valiente (organizador del evento)
Actividades del DX Clube Sem Fronteiras
Nuestro amigo brasileiro Antonio Avelino nos mandó las bases de la 2ª Semana de Escuchas en Onda Media (OM) que, como en el caso anterior, no
tuvimos tiempo de publicarlo en el boletín de mayo, por lo que usamos los canales antes indicados para su publicación. También nos mandó la lista
de ganadores de ganadores de los 2 concursos de su aniversario que, como es obvio, publicamos en los canales habituales que la AER tiene en
Internet. Obrigado pela informação! e parabéns pelo sucesso de suas atividades!
56ª Exposición de Rosas
Tampoco nos dio tiempo a avisaros de esta exposición que en realidad es una campaña titulada “Barcelona7M”, entre el 10 y 11 de mayo,
promovida por ARMIC (La Asociación de Radioafi cionados de la ONCE), el programa de radio “L´Altra Ràdio” de Ràdio4, la revista CQ Radio
Amateur , el programa “Frecuencia al día” de Dino Bloise desdeMiami, AER, Programas DX, “Amigos de la Onda Corta” de Radio Exterior de RNE, y
“Catalunya Sense Barreres” de Ràdio Estel y Ràdio Principat. Así como diferentes personajes o medios internacionales , da soporte a la candidatura
del Inventor, Divulgador i Radioafi cionado catalán, Francesc Xavier Paradell Santotomás, quien entre otros cargos, e incontables méritos, fuera el
representante de la radioafi ción nacional en Europa. Así como inventor del mítico televisor MINOR de Electrónica Beltrán (ELBE), para que este, sea
galardonado con la Creu de Sant Jordi por la Generalitat de Catalunya. El Barcelona7M llega con ARMIC, Tecnoamics, CQ Amateur Radio y la fi rma
de equipos de comunicaciones profesionales y equipos de radioafi cionado, Falcon a la 56 Exposición Nacional de Rosas en Sant Feliu, con el
soporte del Ayuntamiento de Sant Feliu de Llobregat
La radio en España, 18961896-1977
Ángel Faus se puso en contacto con la AER para solicitar datos que habíamos publicado en El Dial (fm) de hace varios años. Como es obvio, sin saber
quien era, le dimos la información y, en su respuesta de agradecimiento, nos informó que está preparando el libro continuación de otro que ya ha
publicado. Resulta que Ángel Faus el mayor especialista en la materia, construye los cimientos de nuestra historia radiofónica y rastrea referencias y
documentos, hasta ahora desconocidos en su mayoría, que resultan enormemente reveladores. Pues bien, os recomendamos “LA RADIO EN ESPAÑA
(1986-1977): UNA HISTORIA DOCUMENTAL, de la editorial TAURUS, ùblicado en 2007 y con ISBN 9788430606504 Es un libro de 1256 páginas
escrito en castellano. Su análisis permite a Faus afi rmar que el inventor de la radio fue el español Julio Cervera Baviera y no Marconi, tal como se
creía hasta ahora, y que la primera emisora de radio española fue en realidad Radio Madrid, impulsada por una asociación de comerciantes de la
ciudad y que estuvo funcionado a comienzos 1924. La investigación, que arranca el 2 de junio de 1896 y se extiende hasta el 22 de noviembre de
1977, relata la evolución radiotelegráfi ca y radiotelefónica española, e incluye interesantes referencias al contexto técnico internacional, así como
a la terrible situación de la Radio en España, sujeta a la censura feroz franquista. La fecha elegida como punto de llegada, 1977, marca «el instante
en que la radio española recupera una de las constantes de la radio universal: la información, hurtada al medio en España durante todo su recorrido
histórico». Esta obra es indispensable para todos los seguidores de una radio que ha sabido resistir el paso de los años y hoy se encuentra,
posiblemente, en el mejor momento de su historia.
Los ‘captcha’ en español
Aunque no sepáis lo que son los ‘captcha’, os diremos que son los códigos de seguridad que hay en los formularios de la web para evitar el correo
basura. La web de AER utiliza Secureimage, pero los audios estaban en inglés. Ya hemos corregido este asunto, de manera que las personas que
tengan difi cultades visuales podrán escuchar el código en español, además se ha rebajado la distorsión de la imagen, hemos aumentado el tiempo
entre cada carácter y se ha rebajado su número a 5, ya que no recibimos correo basura desde que lo introdujimos. Esperamos haber mejorado la
accesibilidad de nuestros formularios de contacto/colaboración. Si, pese a ello, tenéis difi cultades, contactar con nosotros a través del correo
[email protected], Facebook o Twitter.
XX Encuentro Nacional de Diexistas, Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, Méjico
Desde Méjico nos llegan los primeros datos de este interesante evento:
• Fechas: del las 12:00 MD del 19 de julio a las 14:00 MD del 20 julio de 2014.
• Hospedaje: Hotel Posada Real, http://www.posadarealhotel.com.mx/ situado en Abraham Vega Aranda 348, 47470 Lagos de Moreno, JAL,
México
• Organiza: Ivan Montánd [email protected]
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/528484227270025/?fref=ts
• Aeropuertos cercanos: Bajío, Guadalajara, Aguascalientes. Metrópolis cercanas: León, Guadalajara, Aguascalientes. Diexistas y afi cionados a las
comunicaciones del occidente de México y de todo el país compartiremos anécdotas, experiencias y conocimientos sobre la radio experimentación
en Lagos de Moreno, pueblo mágico, en el estado de Jalisco. Les cuento que Lagos de Moreno es una ciudad colonial, al menos los primeros
cuadros de la ciudad, se fundo el 31 de marzo de 1563 por 73 familias españolas “nobles y de valor”, que iban acompañadas de sirvientes
indígenas y esclavos africanos para su servicio personal y en el trabajo de las estancias agrícolas y ganaderas. Actividades que hasta fecha dan al
municipio un cierto aire de pueblo. Hace algún tiempo fue designada como pueblo mágico, lo que ha permitido restaurar muchas fi ncas y zonas
comunes de valor histórico. Tendremos un pequeño protocolo de apertura del evento en la Biblioteca Maria Soine De Helguera (situada en Miguel
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Leandro Guerra N. 520 47400 Lagos de Moreno), donde podremos llevar acabo un par de platicas, cuenta con pantalla y sillas cómodas. Algunos
querrán saber dónde nos reuniremos, bueno para comenzar, el hotel en el que nos podremos alojar, se encuentra en el segundo cuadro de la ciudad,
“Posada Real”, es un hotel familiar, manejado por un amigo pintor y su familia, ubicación y algunos generales sobre este, esta a 5 minutos del
centro andando por la calle principal llamada “Hidalgo” No nos tardaremos mucho allí, una hora y media a lo mucho y después a conocer la ciudad,
nos daremos un break para lanzamos a comer, ya que el centro de la ciudad tiene una buen oferta gastronómica a precios muy accesibles.
Terminando, podremos sentarnos en el jardín principal, llegar a un helado de bolonia (hechos en San Juan de los Lagos) y prepararnos para el taller
de antenas, que será en la calle Rincón Gallardo #22 norte, Col: San Miguel CP 47420 Lagos de Moreno Jalisco, donde ya tenemos habilitado un
muy buen espacio para nuestra noche dx, con el valle frente a nosotros y prácticamente ninguna antena para DX Si alguno todavía tiene batería, al
día siguiente nos lanzamos a Radio Universidad de GDL a conocer sus instalaciones, equipos, antenas, la estación se encuentra dentro del campus,
les dejo este link con algo de info http://www.radio.udg.mx/lagos/ y ya habrán algunas otras actividades por anunciar. Quienes deseen aportar
algún material impreso diexista, receptor u otro material para los asistentes, enviar a Iván a la dirección del párrafo anterior.
Primer Gran Safari DX
También desde Méjico nos llega la siguiente información de otro evento DX:
• Fecha: sábado, 15 de noviembre a las 10:00 en UTC-06
• Lugar: CERRO DEL PARQUE NAL. DEL TEPEYAC ATRÄS DE LA BASÍLICA DE
• Info en: [email protected] o a los siguientes teléfonos celulares: 5551396641 y 5539128310
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/256018717917328/?context=create&ref_dashboard_fi lter=upcoming&source=49 El colectivo
de amigos de la radio convoca al PRIMER GRAN SAFARI DX el 15 noviembre de 2014 de 10:00 a 15:00 horas en el Parque Nacional Cerro del
Tepeyac, detrás de Basílica de Guadalupe, en México DF. Iremos por las emisoras del SUR DE ASIA: ALL INDIA RADIO, BANGLADESH, PAKISTAN, SRI
LANKA (entre otras y las que se crucen por nuestras antenas) Si estás interesado, ponte en contacto con nosotros al correo electrónico de
ALEJANDRO MORALES VELASCO [email protected] o a los siguientes teléfonos celulares: 5551396641 y 5539128310.
Requisitos: que te guste la escucha de la radio y que llegues con tu radio . Y, si no reúnes estos requisitos, tu asiste que haremos que te guste la
radio y te diremos dónde adquirir uno.
Programa ‘Radio Log Utility’
La AER os recuerda que colaboró en su día con Andrea Russo para la traducción del programa Radio Log Utility que él mismo ha realizado para la
AIR. El programa es totalmente gratis y permite gestionar las escuchas realizadas. Además, puede exportar en formatos compatibles parte de las
escuchas para colaborar con el club DX al que pertenezcas o con el que desees colaborar. Os lo podéis descargar desde nuestra web, en
http://programa.aer-dx.es
Agenda
En mes apenas una novedad: damos la bienvenida al amigo Miguel y tomamos nota de un cambio de dirección.
Nuevo socio EA3-1109 Miguel Molina Ruiz; Av- Massana 15 1-4; Can Alzamora; Rubí; Barcelona; España [email protected]
Cambio dirección EA1-0040 Juan Ignacio Gutiérrez Marí; Paseo del Hospital Militar, 17-1ºA; 47007 Valladolid; España
Nota del editor. En las zonas restringidas de la web miAER y mobileAER tienes una lista totalmente actualizada de los socios y las socias de la AER,
con la excepción de quienes han pedido que sus datos no fi guren en la lista.
AERAER-plus
Este servicio se presta a todos los socios de AER por Internet y, básicamente, consiste en un área de descarga de fi cheros que contiene listas en
formato MDB/XLS/PDF/ZIP, entre las que está, la Lista Mundial de Emisiones en Español o la Lista de Direcciones Postales. Esta área se actualiza
continuamente y, por tanto, su contenido es muy útil para la práctica de nuestra afi ción. Se accede a este servicio desde la web ofi cial de AER. Los
socios interesados deben mandar un mensaje a: [email protected] con su señal distintiva y dirección de correo electrónico a fi n de recibir los datos
de acceso a este servicio exclusivo y restringido.
Cuentas de correo y disco duro
Todos los socios pueden tener una cuenta de correo formada de la siguiente manera: [email protected], siendo XXX-nnnn la señal distintiva de
socio. Esta cuenta es tanto Webmail como IMAP y POP3. Si quieres que habilitemos tu cuenta o si quieres más información, escribe a [email protected] Obviamente, es totalmente gratuita y tiene un límite de 2 GB. Además, viene con un disco duro “on line”, lo que se suele llamar “la nube”
también de 2GB, donde podrás almacenar de manera segura aquellos que quieras. Tienes 3 aplicaciones para su gestión en los sistemas operativos
Windows, IOS5 (Aple) y Android
Redirección automática
Todos los socios que no tengan una cuenta de correo pueden tener una redirección automática de correo formada de la siguiente manera:
[email protected]aer-dx.es, siendo XXX-nnnn la señal distintiva de socio. Los mensajes que reciban se mandan automáticamente a la cuenta personal del
socio. Estas redirecciones son útiles para aquellos que no quieren tener como dirección ofi cial en AER la suya personal y así evitar posible correo
basura y/o mantener cierta intimidad. Si quieres que habilitemos tu redirección o si quieres más información, escribe a [email protected]
Servicio de información
Si deseas dar a conocer la AER y EL DIAL a un amigo tuyo que esté realmente interesado por la radio-escucha, sólo tienes que escribir a Pedro
Sedano, Hdad. Dtes. Sangre, 43-6ºA, 28040 MADRID, España; o a [email protected] es para darnos a conocer su nombre y dirección de correo
electrónico. Le enviaremos un ejemplar de EL DIAL (e) y los detalles para ingresar en nuestra Asociación.
Hojas para el libro
libroro-registrro de escuchas realizadas
Son para imprimir en tamaño A4 y están en formato electrónico (en fi chero PDF) con un precio de 2 EUR ó 3 USD
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Hojas de informe de recepción
Son según el formato aprobado en la III CEREDX, sede de Burgos, en formato electrónico (en fi chero PDF) con un precio de 2 EUR ó 3 USD.
Código Q
Se trata de un folleto que contiene más de 260 códigos con su correspondiente significado tanto en “pregunta” como en “respuesta o aviso”. En
total son 36 páginas en formato A5 que no tienen desperdicio. El precio del folleto en papel es de 3.50 EUR para España; 4 EUR ó 5 USD para
Europa y de 5 EUR ó 6 USD para el resto del mundo. Para cualquier parte del mundo y en formato electrónico (en fi chero PDF) el precio es de 2 EUR
ó 3 USD.
España
España en Onda Media (1986)
Este panorama de la onda media española fue elaborado en 1986 por dos de las asociaciones que, más tarde, formaron la AER (ADXA y Asociación
GECE). Consta de 68 páginas, conteniendo: relación de emisoras, por frecuencias, con todos los datos necesarios; listas de las emisoras, agrupadas
por cadenas; índice para consulta rápida, por frecuencias; índice alfabético; y múltiples reproducciones de QSL. En su día, se ofrecía en papel al
precio equivalente especial de 1,87 EUR para España y de 5 IRC para el resto del mundo, pero actualmente está agotado. No obstante, se ha
escaneado y actualmente está disponible sólo en formato electrónico PDF al precio simbólico de 1 EUR y sólo por Internet.
Reediciones de MADRIDX y de EL DIAL
Se pone a la disposición de los miembros de la AER todos los números de MADRIDX y de EL DIAL, desde su primera edición, reeditados en formato
A5. Solicita la lista con los precios de las colecciones anuales.
Lista de socios y socias
La lista de miembros de AER se imprime actualizada al momento de la recepción de la petición y se ofrece al precio de 1 €, más gastos de envío
como carta. Por lo que para España cuesta 1’75 EUR a pagar en varios sellos nuevos españoles de correos o monedas de curso legal. Para el
extranjero: 2’75 EUR ó 3 USD. Los pedidos han de hacerse a la dirección: Pedro Sedano, Hdad. Dtes. Sangre, 43-6ºA, 28040 MADRID, España.
Servicios de la ADXB
Nuestra Asociación, gracias al acuerdo alcanzado entre las directivas de AER y de ADXB, ofrece determinados servicios de ADXB a nuestros
asociados con los mismos precios y en las mismas condiciones que para los propios socios de ADXB. Si estás interesado en recibir alguno de ellos o
deseas mayor información, debes escribir directamente a: ASOCIACIÓN DX BARCELONA, Apartado 335, 08080 Barcelona. En Internet a través de:
http://www.mundodx.net/ y [email protected] o escribir a AER-servicios
‘Radioescuchas y diexistas’
El libro Radioescuchas y Diexistas está especialmente dirigida a los recién llegados a la afi ción y es una de las más interesantes publicaciones
de la AER. Su autor, José Mª Madrid, EA7-0805, a lo largo de sus 48 páginas DIN A5, contesta a las numerosas preguntas que puedan formular los
radioescuchas y diexistas. Un lenguaje claro, sin tecnicismo, información precisa y una lectura amena son las claves que hacen de esta obra un libro
imprescindible en toda buena biblioteca diexista.
El precio normal del libro es de 3’61 €. Ahora bien, en esta promoción el precio pasa a ser de 2 EUR más gastos de envío, según se indica a
continuación:
• Por Internet, en formato PDF (3 Mb):
2,00 EUR ó 3 $USD
• Para España, en papel y envío como carta:
3,50 EUR
• Para Europa, en papel y envío como carta aérea:
4,00 EUR ó $USD
• Para resto del mundo, en papel y envío como carta aérea: 5 EUR ó 6 USD
En todos los casos, el interesado se debe cerciorar que el envío llega a destino, por ejemplo: certifi cando la carta.
Los fi cheros PDF se enviarán, una vez recibido el importe, por correo electrónico a la dirección que el solicitante indique en su solicitud, quien lo
podrá reproducir para uso personal cuantas veces quiera
CD/DVD recopilatorios
‘El Dial (e), 19911991-2013+’.
Se ofrece en un sólo DVD todos los números que se han publicado de nuestro boletín El Dial, tanto en papel (1991-1999) como en formato
electrónico (desde 2000). Así pues, recopila todos los números desde el cero, de marzo de 1991, pasando por los extras e incluso el de este mismo
mes. Es un DVD vivo, tan viva como nuestra afi ción.
‘MadriDX en el recuerdo’.
La AER te ofrece la colección completa de este boletín que publicaba GECE / Asociación GECE -una de los 3 clubes fundadores de AER-. El CD
contiende desde el nº 0, publicado en diciembre de 1979 al nº 147, el último, en marzo de 1991, así como el único extra que se publicó.
‘El Dial (fm), 20002000-2013+’.
La AER te ofrece en un sólo CD todos los números de El Dial (fm), nuestro boletín especializado en el DX de frecuencia modulada: desde el nº 0, que
vio la luz en diciembre de 2000, hasta el último publicado este mismo mes. Todos en un CD para tu disfrute personal. En todos los CD/DVD se
incluye los programas necesarios para su lectura e impresión. La AER ha fi jado un precio simbólico para cada CD/DVD: 3.50 EUR para España, con
gastos de envío incluidos; para el resto de Europa será EUR € ó 5 USD; mientras que para el resto del Mundo queda fi jado en 5 EUR ó 6 USD.
Combinados
La AER ofrece la posibilidad de combinar la cuota anual con un ejemplar de WRTH 2014 o con el DVD recopilatorio ‘El Dial (e)’ y rebajando el importe
en 2 meses de cuota Estas son las posibilidades
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COMBINADO DESTINO**
ENVÍO NORMAL (20ENVÍO RÁPIDO* (10(20-40 días***)
(10-20 días***)
Cuota anual + WRTH 2014
Europa 40,00€/46,75$ 44,50€/51,25$
América 49,83$ 60,83$
Cuota anual +DVD ‘El Dial (e)’
Europa 13,50€ --América Latina 11,83$ --* Se puede hacer el seguimiento del pedido
** Dado la falta de garantías postales y/o que no funcionan las compañías logísticas, no se pueden hacer envios a Rusia y Cuba.
*** Días hábiles: menos sábados, domingos y festivos
Libros
La AER ofrece a todos sus socios y simpatizantes residentes en Europa y América Latina la posibilidad de obtener en unas condiciones económicas
muy ventajosas los siguientes libros:
• WORLD RADIO TV HANDBOOK 2014
• THE ARRL HANDBOOK FOR RADIO COMMUNICATIONS 2014 [Paperback]
• ARRL ANTENNA BOOK 22ND EDITION [softcover]
Todas aquellas personas que estén interesadas en su adquisición, rogamos se atengan a las siguientes normas de pedido y pago:
Realizar el pedido mediante carta o correo electrónico dirigidos a: AER, APARTADO 10014, 50080 ZARAGOZA, España o [email protected],
respectivamente. En dichas comunicaciones se deberán indicar, como mínimo, los siguientes datos:
• Los libros solicitados
• El número de ejemplares (cada interesado, si así lo desea, puede solicitar más de un ejemplar de cada libro)
• La forma de pago elegida
• La dirección postal exacta en donde se desea recibir el pedido (puede ser un apartado de correos).
• O bien, si se hace el pago electrónico, ordenarlo de la zona de compras de la web de
AER http://compras.aer-dx.org/
• Los precios son los siguientes:
LIBRO DESTINO**
ENVÍO NORMAL (20(20-40 días***)
ENVÍO RÁPIDO* (10(10-20 días***)
WRTH 2014
Europa 30,00€ / 44,87$ 34,50€ / 49,51$
América 50,00$ 60,00$
ARRL Hb 2014
Europa 57,00€ / 74,82$ 65,00€ / 85,63$
América Latina 78,00$ 92,00$
ARRL Antenna
Europa 50,00€ / 65,45$ 56,00€ / 73,18$
América Latina 70,00$ 80,00$
* Generalmente, se puede hacer el seguimiento del pedido
** Dado la falta de garantías postales y/o que no funcionan las compañías logísticas, no se pueden hacer envios a Rusia o Cuba.
*** Días hábiles: menos sábados, domingos y festivos
• No existe fecha tope para la recepción de solicitudes ya que se irán gestionando en el momento en que se evidencie su correspondiente pago.
• Todos los solicitantes recibirán su pedido por correo en la dirección que hayan indicado. El pedido se realizará inmediatamente de confi rmada la
recepción del pago y, unos días después, se procederá a su envío normal (20-40 días) o rápido (10-20 días).
FORMAS DE PAGO
Estas son las formas de pago de todos los servicios, excepto en aquellos casos para los que se establece una específi ca:
• Por GIRO POSTAL ORDINARIO (o, en su caso, INTERNACIONAL) dirigido a: Mariano Jesús Mingo Naval, Apartado 10014, 50080 ZARAGOZA,
España.
• Por CORREO CERTIFICADO, la cantidad de EUR, USD o IRC que cada caso requiera, a la siguiente dirección: AER, Apartado 10014, 50080
ZARAGOZA, España.
• Mediante CHEQUE NOMINATIVO, en €, extendido a nombre de la Asociación Española de Radioescucha, debiendo ser enviado a: Mariano Jesús
Mingo Naval, Apartado 10014, 50080 ZARAGOZA, España. De elegirse esta opción se añadirán a la cantidad correspondiente 2,50 EUR en
concepto de gastos bancarios.
• Mediante TRANSFERENCIA de la cantidad de EUR que queda caso requiera, a la siguiente cuenta corriente: 0075-0097-02-0605121997 (Banco
Popular Español, Agencia Urbana nº.1 de Zaragoza). Se ruega encarecidamente a todos los asociados que elijan esta opción que comuniquen,
por correo ordinario o electrónico, la realización de su pago a Mariano Jesús Mingo Naval, Apartado 10014, 50080 ZARAGOZA, España por correo
electrónico a: [email protected]
• PAGO ELECTRÓNICO a través del carro PayPal, desde nuestra web http://compras.aer-dx.org/ pagando incluso con tarjeta de crédito o débito,
todo con absoluta seguridad. Para estos pagos se dispondrá de la página de seguimiento del pedido llamada miPedido a la que se entra mediante
el propio número de pedido y la dirección de correo electrónico. La dirección de esta página es http://aer-dx.org/compras/pedidos.php.
Grupo Radioescucha Argentino
No 773
SERVICIOS Y PRODUCTOS DEL GRUPO RADIOESCUCHA ARGENTINO LA REVISTA CONEXION GRA
Nuestra publicación gráfica denominada "Conexión GRA" es editada seis (6) veces al año por el Grupo Radioescucha Argentino, y contiene
información vinculada al mundo del diexismo y las comunicaciones en general. El boletín se edita cada dos (2) meses y tenemos prevista la
aparición de cada ejemplar durante la tercera semana de los meses de febrero, abril, junio, agosto, octubre y diciembre de cada año.Para conocer los valores de las suscripciones simples, dobles y triples dirijase a Postal: Conexión GRA c/o Marcelo Aníbal Cornachioni Alvarez
Thomas 248 (B1832DNF) Lomas de Zamora Buenos Aires – Argentina E Mail: [email protected]
Blog: http://gruporadioescuchaargentino.wordpress.com/ Teléfono: +54 (011) 4245-5697 (De 21:00 a 23:00 Hs LU)
Todas las colaboraciones deben ser dirigidas a CONEXION Digital: [email protected]
SINTONIZANDO EL DIAL
Todas las colaboraciones deben ser dirigidas a CONEXION Digital: [email protected]
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ERNESTO PAULERO [email protected] (Redactor honorario)
ESCUCHAS DESDE AMERICA
ANTÁRTICA
15.476 LRA36 Radio Nacional Arcangel San Gabriel, 19.42 UTC, Mayo 23. Locutora menciona temperatura: " -11,2°C, siendo las 16.42 horas.
Esta es LRA36... " Llamado telefónico de radioaficionado argentino que mencionó la importancia de la onda y del gran porcentaje que sigue las
transmisiones por Radio. EXCELENTE SEÑAL. 4544(3)4
CE3BBC - Hugo López C. , Santiago de Chile
Captaciones de Jose Ronaldo Xavier. Cabedelo, Brasil
BRAZIL (B)
++04885 05/26 0308 B R.Clube do Pará,Belém-PA,PP,prgr.in Portuguese;Anns.,Id.,cms.abt.World Cup 2014;fair log,35432.
CUBA (CUB)
++13740 05/26 0324 CUB RHC,Habana,SS,prgr.in Spanish;Newsletter;Id.,very good transmission,45444.
GREECE (GRC)
++15630 05/26 0354 GRC ERT3,Rly.Avlis,GR,prgr.in Greek lang; a musical prgr.;por transmision today;35432. // 9420kHz,very poor or
inaudible,25441; //7475kHz,s/off.
IRAN (IRN)
++11925 05/26 0317 IRN VOIRI,Teheran,Rly.Kamalabad,RR,fv.presents a prgr.in Russian lang.,music,Id.,IS,s/off at 0327; fair transmission,
35443.
JAPAN (J)
++12015 05/26 0411 J R.Japan,Tokyo,Rly.Furman,SC,USA,SS,prgr.in Spanish;Newsletter of R.Japan;Japanese class:Lesson 8;excellent signal and
propagation,55555.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)
++09955 05/26 0344 USA WRMI,Okeechobee,FL,SS,prgr.DX in Spanish "Frecuencia al Día" by Dino Bloise;Id.,jamming disturb this transmission,
33432.
++12020 05/26 0344 USA VOA Deewa Radio,Washington,Rly.Kuwait,PS,prgr.in Pashto lang;News:Obama speech;Id.,Web addr.,35443.
SWL: Jose Ronaldo Xavier (JRX) - Receiver(s): Degen DE1101 - Antenna: Longwire - Location logs: Cabedelo – Brazil
Miguel Angel Rocha
Invitación
Si eres radioescucha o cazador de estaciones de ondas cortas o HF, VHF, satélites, utilitarias, numéricas, ondas largas, radioastronómicas, ham, de
frecuencia stándard, etc. etc. etc. estás invitado. https://www.facebook.com/events/528484227270025/?source=29
Migdiel Cruz
Miembro Sierra Whisky Lima
Llegó el día de hoy, mi credencial vigente como miembro Sierra Whisky Lima, XE-SWL-24-01¡¡ de la Federación Mexicana de
Radioexperimentadores, A.C.
Rubens Ferraz Pedroso
Sinal estranho em 27.760 kHz
Amigos, hoje na parte da tarde tentei ouvir alguma estação de Ham, mas a propagação não parecia estar muito boa não. Resolvi então dar uma
olhada em frequências que normalmente não ouço. Fiquei procurando algo acima dos 27.000 kHz. Em 27.760 kHz haviam duas pessoas
conversando em espanhol (não eram radioamadores - talvez PX), mas depois, eles sumiram e apareceu um sinal estranho que se repetia de tempo
em tempo. Não sei do que se trata. Seria o tal do OTHR (Over the horizon radar)?
Postei o vídeo que fiz, lá no meu canal no Youtube. O link é: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHNqSA6Ki90
Agradeço por qualquer ajuda para esclarecer-me que sinal seria esse. Lembro-me de jar ter no passado escutado algo assim.
73! Rubens Ferraz Pedroso (PY5-007SWL). Bandeirantes - PR.
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Rob Wagner VK3BVW
Comunicación
Hola Sr. Suárez,
Yo sólo he estado leyendo su excelente boletín Asociacion Diexman Uruguay, n º 131. Felicitaciones por un muy buen publicación. Hay cierta
información fantástica para leer allí para todos DXers!
En esta edición, me doy cuenta de que ha incluido una de mis publicaciones en el blog de la Mount Evelyn DX Report. Gracias por incluirme en el n º
131, que fue una agradable sorpresa! Le invitamos a utilizar las futuras entradas del blog, si usted encuentra la información útil para su boletín.
Sin embargo, podría también incluir la dirección del sitio web para el DX Reporte de Mount Evelyn? Esto permitirá a sus lectores a acceder a la
información el blog pasado de la página web, también. La dirección es: www.medxr.blogspot.com
73, mi amigo, buena suerte y los mejores deseos de Australia,
Rob Wagner VK3BVW
PD Lo siento por mi pobre español. He olvidado mucho en los últimos años! Estoy utilizando "Google español", en esta ocasión :-)
Anatoly Klepov
“RUS-DX” # 770
“RUS-DX” # 770 - Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya, and QSL world. - Sunday / 01, June 2014
Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic versión - Time : UTC - Editor : Anatoly Klepov - QTH : Moscow, Russia
E-mail : [email protected]
Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru (Russian / English)
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“RUS-DX” may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and “RUS-DX” as source.
RUSSIA
Radio Rossii and Voice of Russia
As it became known , the Russian Security Council decided restore and maintain powerful distant radio . Decided to create a special federal
State budget institution to implement Russian long-distance broadcasting public radio stations " Radio Rossii " and " Voice of Russia " both
domestically and abroad. Powerful broadcasting in Russia will be resumed . Detailed material about this :
http://lenta.ru/articles/2014/05/26/radio/ Russian Security Council adopted a decision encouraging. If it holds , then further broadcasting on
long , medium and short waves , which in 2013-2014 was almost completely collapsed state company "Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting
Network " ( RTRS ) due to the termination budget funding will be restored and maintained at the highest state level. We hope that it will be so ...
(Igor Jaremenko , Novosibirsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
May 26, 2014
"Radio Russia" khaki .
Restore and maintain long-distance broadcasting instruct security forces
Russian Security Council meeting on May 19 decided to establish a special federal state budgetary institutions ( FSBA ) for the implementation of
long-range Russian public broadcasting stations " Radio Russia " and " Voice of Russia" both domestically and abroad . On this " Lente.ru "
according to two industry sources familiar with the decision of the Security Council. Objective of the new company will be the restoration and longrange radio support on long , medium and short waves , which in 2013-2014 was almost completely collapsed state company "Russian Television
and Radio Broadcasting Network" ( RTRS ) due to the termination of budget financing . FGBI broadcasting , by the decision of the Security Council
will be established in 2016 and is run by one of the security forces , presumably the Ministry of Defence .
Why not hear " Voice of Russia"
During the previous two years distant broadcasting public radio stations in the country was almost completely stopped.
First , in March of 2013, ceased to be broadcast on long ( LW) and secondary (MV ) waves transmit radio "Mayak" . As a result, hear them in Russia
was only possible in some cities where the broadcaster - the company RTR - transmitters have a range of FM. Then , in early 2014 , partially disabled
and broadcast "Radio Rossii" on long and medium waves , which led to the same result as a "Mayak" . Thus , today the Russian state radio
transmission will not be accepted in our country anywhere except a few major cities , mostly regional or national centers. Gone with all ranges of radio
waves , providing long-distance transmissions (this , in addition to LW and MW , more short-wave - SW ) , and "Voice of Russia ", working for foreign
countries . Its transmission RTRS radio centers in Russia were also stopped , continuing with only a few transmitters leased abroad. In all these
cases, the cause was broadcast far off reduction in state funding , the company provides RTR for this purpose . How not to die far Broadcasting
In addition, the public radio stations that was not heard in most parts of Russia , the almost complete cessation of government funding jeopardized
the very existence of long-range radio in our country. This kind of broadcasting carried RTRS state company with its powerful broadcasting centers ,
where there were about 40 at the end of 2013. They basically were just loaded broadcast transmission over long distances , " Mayak ", " Radio
Rossii " and " Voice of Russia" . During this RTRS received money from the company RTR and "Voice of Russia ". It is clear that when the money
stopped coming , the content of radio centers for RTRS became unprofitable. Reduction in government funding far broadcasting has led to the fact
that RTRS forgone in 2013-2014 approximately 800 million rubles of income . A company's annual loss from this activity reached about 2.5 billion
rubles. In this situation, the prospect of closing RTRS got most radio centers because of their support in working condition in the absence of paid
broadcasting expensive. At the same time , because of the technical features of the powerful radio transmitters , after being off for two or three
winters , equipment radio centers could come into complete disrepair , and if necessary, they would have to build almost from scratch.
Therefore, recently continued search for a way out of the situation , the more that radio centers need not only RTR and not only to "Mayak" was heard
on the Siberian expanses .
Why CIS military radio
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The fact that a powerful radio, in addition to solving the civilian tasks for the dissemination of radio programs in the country, and the need for specific
tasks power structures. The center can be a powerful broadcasting horizon radar for early warning about the threat of aerospace attack . In addition,
they are suitable for electronic warfare (REB) and intelligence. On the basis of such radio centers is also possible to arrange for large areas
notification of emergencies or danger in wartime. They are suitable for sustainable and long-distance communications for government agencies , if at
the same time of war will be disrupted communication via satellite , which is very likely . Military has always expressed an interest in maintaining a
strong radio in the country. However, these structures were not controlled by them , being a member of the RTRS . Consequently, the military and
money on them from the budget is allocated.
What will the new structure
According to sources, " Heathcliff ", the Security Council decided that the centers of powerful broadcasting solving the problem of propagation
programs public radio stations in 2016 will be transferred from the RTRS in the new federal budget enterprise. The company will be under the
jurisdiction of one of the Russian power structures , presumably , the Ministry of Defence , and also to solve specific problems in the field of defense
and security . Venture will be financed from the federal budget. Prior to this RTRS receive state funding in the amount of three billion rubles for 20152016 years. It will be used to before the new FGBI restore distant broadcast "Radio Rossii" to the entire country and the " Voice of Russia" with
Russian foreign transmitters.
What do they say in the industry
In RTRS welcome recovery far broadcasting.
" With the reduction in broadcast transmission " Mayak "," Radio Rossii "and" Voice of Russia " , any decision aimed at maintaining the powerful
broadcasting is urgent " - said " Lente.ru " spokesman Igor Stepanov RTRS , refraining from further comments decisions of the Security Council .
Chairman of the Consortium " Digital broadcasting technology platform " Andrew Bryksenkov told " Lentoy.ru " pointed out that worldwide network
of powerful broadcasting are under state control. "The decision to allow the Security Council to begin upgrading the infrastructure of a powerful radio
, otherwise we will lose a significant part of it, and even its full potential . Isolation of powerful broadcasting separate enterprise will create
preconditions for optimization of radio and broadcasting , public address systems and information security "- said Bryksenkov. At the same time, the
expert does not believe that the new structure will definitely be successful. " Powerful broadcasting has many specific features that will face security
forces who do not have experience with similar equipment ," - he said. Igor Agapov (http://lenta.ru/articles/2014/05/26/radio/)
PLAN. FM.
1. JSC " TRK" Russian Armed Forces "Zvezda" - Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad Oblast , 99.5 MHz, 1 kW , the concept of broadcasting "free" ;
2 . CJSC " ID" Komsomolskaya Pravda " - Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad region, 107.2 MHz, 1 kW , the concept of broadcasting " free " ;
3 . LLC " Radio Dacha" - Vologda , Vologda region, 101.4 MHz, 1 kW , the concept of broadcasting "free" ;
4 . LLC " RRV-REKLAMA" - Vologda , Vologda Region , 106.5 MHz, 1 kW , the concept of broadcasting "free" ;
5 . "Business Media" - Syktyvkar , Komi Republic, 100.8 MHz, 0.5 kW , the concept of broadcasting "free" ;
6. JSC " Radio Record " - Syktyvkar , Komi Republic, 104.2 MHz, 0.5 kW , the concept of broadcasting "free" ;
7. JSC " Radio Retro" - Pskov , Pskov region, 91.5 MHz, 0.2 kW , the concept of broadcasting "free" ;
8. LLC " STARSMEDIA " - Pskov , Pskov region, 100.9 MHz, 0.2 kW , the concept of broadcasting "free ."
For information call: (495) 987-68-99 (ext. 3339 )
(OnAir.ru)
Vologodskaya oblast. Vologda.
" Radio Dacha " will be broadcast in Vologda.
May 28 , 2014 . a meeting of the Federal Competition Commission on Radio and Television . Ltd. " Radio Dacha " won the competition for terrestrial
radio broadcasting in Vologda on the frequency 101.4 MHz, broadcasting time - every day, around the clock with the concept of the program " Radio
Villa ". " Radio Dacha" - one of the stations of the media holding Krutoy Media. Among the top 10 country music radio stations .
According to TNS Russia (Radio Index - Russia , October 2013. - March 2014. ) , Daily coverage " Radio Dacha " is 4 million 347 thousand people,
has a weekly reach of 11 million 291 thousand people. Regional network broadcast " Radio Dacha" currently has 132 city broadcasting in Russia
and CIS countries . The official website for " Radio Dacha»: www.radiodacha.ru. (OnAir.ru)
Kaliningradskaya oblast. Kaliningrad.
Radio Zvezda will begin broadcasting in Kaliningrad.
Radio Zvwzda won the tender for broadcasting in Kaliningrad on frequency 99,5 FM. Federal competition commission, organizing competitions for
radio broadcasting in Russian cities, considered our concept and chose the best of Zvezda Radio several candidates! On Air Radio Kaliningrad star
appeared at a frequency of 99,5 FM in a few months. (OnAir.ru)
Crimea
In the Crimea will be " polite radio ."
In September, in the Crimea will be " polite radio ." This is reported by "Izvestia" .
It is assumed that the new station will be established on the basis of radio "Our Moscow ", which in early May began broadcasting in Feodosia and
Kerch on the frequency 102,7 FM. Radio station owned by the government of Moscow region and together with the TV channel " 360 ° suburbs " is a
holding company of " Television suburbs ." " Format suburban station weird for Crimeans . We started looking for a format which , on the one hand,
and will be relevant to people in the Crimea , and for holidaymakers from the suburbs , "- said Minister Ruben Oganesov Moscow region government ,
adding that it will be music radio with news of the Crimea and Moscow region. The manual stations do not hide the fact that the name contains an
allusion to soldiers in masks and military uniforms without insignia , which appeared in the Crimea in February-March 2014, and which was called "
polite people ." The first time the radio will broadcast in Kerch and Feodosia , but eventually broadcast area " Polite radio " will cover the entire
territory of Crimea. lenta.ru (OnAir.ru)
Moscow
Guestbook. May 23, 2014
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Popov
This week deteriorated reception Radio Rossii in the Moscow region on average waves (frequency 873 kHz). Location is now broadcasting Radio
Russia? On the radio center in the Lesnoy does not.
ANSWER:
Currently broadcasting program "Radio Rossii" (frequency 873 kHz) is carried out from the territory of ORTc # 7 (Moskovskaya oblast, OrekhovoZuevsky rajon, settlement Avsyunino) http://tvtower.ru/93_GuestBook/?1 (Victor Rutkowski, Ekaterninburg, Russia / "open_dx")
Publications
06/02/14 print out their 15th release directory " Broadcasting in Russian ," the publication of which was suspended in 2007
St. Petersburg DX Club renewed edition of the popular handbook " broadcasting in Russian ," went out of print its fifteenth edition. It contains a
summer schedule of radio stations operating in Russian on short and medium waves. Schedules listed in the directory are valid until October 25,
2014 (season A14). In the directory specified location and transmitting power , the direction of broadcasting stations, postal addresses , telephone
and fax numbers , addresses Web- pages and social networking , e-mail , as well as QSL- policy station. Handbook distributed in print only .
Applications for the 15th issue of the handbook , please send BERIOZKINA Alexander at: Berezkin Alexander / I 463, St. Petersburg , 190000, - or email : [email protected] The cost of the handbook for residents of Russia - 200 rubles. in the case of prepayment ( postal order ) or 300 rubles.
the expulsion of COD. The price includes shipment by registered mail. Cost directory for the residents of Belarus - 250 Russian rubles , and for other
foreign countries - 5 euro (or U.S. $ 8 ). Can electronic payment via the payment system Skrill ( in euro) and PayPal ( in U.S. dollars) , as well as
transfer to the bank account or bank card. For details, please email the above address. The handbook will be sent to those members who have
previously paid him ( in 2007) , but did not get because of the suspension of publication. On all matters related to its distribution, please contact the
above address . COD reference only sent to Russia. Alexander Berezkin
President of St. Petersburg DX Club
"RUS"RUS-DX PLUS"
PARTNER CHANNELS AND INTERNET
DX LISTENING DIGEST 1414-21, May 21, 2014 - Incorporating
Incorporating REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING edited by Glenn Hauser
** KOREA NORTH [non]. UZBEKISTAN(non), Frequency change of Voice of Martyrs from May 15:
1600-1730 NF 7510 TAC 100 kW / 065 deg to KRE Korean, ex 7530. Video from May 16
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrIYP8bULLQ&feature=youtu.be (DX RE MIX NEWS #853 from Georgi Bancov and Ivo Ivanov, May 22, 2014,
via WORLD OF RADIO 1722, DXLD) Already changed again
** KYRGYZSTAN. 4010.058, Bishkek R, S=8 -80dBm, heard on remote unit in eastern Thailand. Kirghiz Republic National Anthem heard playing at
1757-1800 UT, finished the daily operation schedule (Wolfgang Büschel, via Uwe Volk`s SDR, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews May 15/16, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** RUSSIA. VOR BOSS SACKED; VOR ITSELF TO BE LIQUIDATED
"The head of the government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev dismissed the head of the “Voice of Russia” Andrei Bystritsky in
connection with the liquidation of the radio station. The corresponding document was posted on the official portal of legal information." (14 May)
http://jumifra.com/the-head-of-the-radio-station-voice-of-russia-dismissed-in-connection-with-liquidation-of-the-media/
(via Chris Greenway, May 15, dxldyg via WORLD OF RADIO 1722, DXLD)
** RUSSIA [and non]. TAJIKISTAN, RUSSIA --- In my order got a copy of the letter that the Committee on Television and Radio Broadcasting of the
Government of the Republic of Tajikistan sent to the Presidential Administration. In this document, in particular, states (published abridged):
"Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan is a reliable partner FSI "Voice of Russia
and in rebroadcast of the territory of Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Iran, Tajikistan and other countries of Southeast Asia. Middle East and Africa.
Despite considerable interest radio programs and their relevance, with January 1, 2014 on the initiative of the Russian side was stopped
broadcasting in (SW) range, and with the April 1, 2014 - and in the medium wave band (MW), which immediately caused a wave of discontent some
listeners.
Concluding an agreement on the provision of equipment for the year 2014 for the dissemination of programs FGBI "Voice of Russia", JSC
"Teleradiocom" from April 1, 2014 was left without funds for maintenance of existing facilities and maintenance employees in the amount of the
terminated contract. Costs 3-5 million dollars a year for the Russian budget is relatively small audience with a desire to obtain reliable information
and to properly evaluate the steps of Russia in international affairs. This situation does not meet the interests of both Russia and Tajikistan. Cut
programs in Russian and East HF bands deprives a significant part of the audience information about Russia's position on certain issues.
Undoubtedly, the creation based on modern technology multimedia hubs is necessary and timely. At the same time, as international practice, in
contrast to the NE and SW broadcasting, Internet accessibility for recipients sometimes easily restricted to a particular region or country.
Introduction of new technologies is usually done gradually, without applying damage to the existing order.
Information vacuum does not happen: Russia will not be broadcast, to be replaced by other broadcasters come Western countries who continue
to work actively to spread their programs in the region. Including in the HF bands and CB actively using technical means of " Teleradiocom "
Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan. If you currently limit Russian broadcasting is not
known what to expect losses in the future.
We ask you to consider the possibility of resumption of broadcasting radio programs in Russian and East HF bands using technical means the
Republic of Tajikistan."
Letter sent in late April. According to unconfirmed information from official sources, it has become one drop which still resulted in a huge effort of the
state company "Russian television and radio networks" Resuscitation powerful broadcasting in practice. Question about the powerful broadcasting
in Russia ranges NE -SW should be raised at a meeting of the Russian Security Council, which will take place a few days ago. Specialists have a timid
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hope to believe that the funds for these purposes yet to be allocated (Vadim Alexeyev, Moscow, RusDX 18 May via WORLD OF RADIO 1722, DXLD)
** RUSSIA. Public radio broadcasting internal Russian Radio Rossii [sic] [is this a complete list of MW outlets remaining?]
Frequency kHz / kW / Location / Regional Transmission
567 / 500 / Volgograd, Russia / GTRK " Volgograd "
567 / 75 / Kyzyl, Tuva Republic / GTRK " Tuva "
576 / 50 / Khabarovsk, Russia / GTRK "Dalniy Vostok "
585 / 150 / Perm, Perm / GTRK "Perm"
594 / 40 / Izhevsk, Republic of Udmurtia
621 / 50 / Makhachkala, Dagestan / GTRK "Dagestan"
621 / 50 / Syktyvkar, Komi Republic / GTRK "Komi"
639 / 75 / Omsk, Russia / GTRK "Irtysh"
657 / 150 / Murmansk, Russia / GTRK " Murman "
693 / 150 / Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan
711 / 7 / Naryan-Mar, Nenetskiy AO / GTRK "Zapolyarje"
738 / 25 / Palana, Kamchatka Region / GTRK "Kamchatka"
738 / 40 / Chelyabinsk, Russia / GTRK " Yuzhny Ural "
792 / 25 / Abakan, Republic of Khakassia / GTRK " Khakassia "
792 / 50 / Aleksandrovsk-Sakhalinsk, Russia / GTRK "Sakhalin"
810 / 150 / Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai / GTRK " Primorye"
846 / 40 / Elista, Republic of Kalmykia / GTRK "Kalmykia "
855 / 50 / Penza, Russia / GTRK " Penza "
873 / 25 / Kaliningrad, Russia
873 / 250 / RC "Lesnoy", Moscow region
873 / 100 / Samara, Russia / GTRK "Samara"
873 / 75 / Saint-Petersburg, Russia
918 / 150 / Arkhangelsk, Russia / GTRK " Pomorje "
936 / 5 / Matveyevka, Orenburg region / GTRK "Orenburg"
945 / 40 / Novocherkassk, Rostov region / GTRK " Don-TR "
963 / 20 / Zakamensk, Buryatia / GTRK " Buryatia "
1008 / 1 / Tuapse, Krasnodar region
1080 / 100 / Kovylkino, Mordovia / GTRK " Mordovia "
1089 / 5 / Tilichiki, Kamchatka Region / GTRK "Kamchatka"
1089 / 5 / Nikolsk, Vologda Region / GTRK " Vologda"
1116 / 30 / Sochi, Krasnodar Krai / GTRK "Kuban"
1251 / 7 / Cherkessk, Karachay-Cherkess Republic / GTRK " Karachay-Cherkessia "
1287 / 50 / Grozny, Chechen Republic / GTRK "Vainah "
1350 / 2x5 / Ust- Kan and Ust- Ulagan Altai Republic / GTRK " Gorny Altai "
1395 / 1 / Buguruslan, Orenburg region / GTRK "Orenburg"
1458 / 7 / Kudimkar, Perm / GTRK "Perm"
1476 / 20 / Onguday Altai Republic / GTRK " Gorny Altai "
1485 / 2x1 / Kamenskoe and Keys, Kamchatka Region / GTRK "Kamchatka"
1602 / 1 / Ust -Barguzin, Buryatia / GTRK " Buryatia "
Radio station "Mayak"
828 / 75 / Kyzyl, Tuva Republic
918 / 50 / Makhachkala, Dagestan / GTRK " Dagestan "
Radio station "Vesti FM"
1089 / 1200 / Tbilisskaya, Krasnodar region
1215 / 1200 / Sovetsk, Kaliningrad region
1413 / 500 / poselok Mayak, Prednestrovie
Data as of March 2014 [subject] to change. http://www.dxcourier.ru/rrus.html (via RusDX May 18 via DXLD)
** RUSSIA [non]. SPAIN / RUSSIA, Radio station "Autoradio" started broadcasting in Spain. "Autoradio" brand expands its presence in the
international market - from May 2014 radio program on the air resounded Spain. Today "Autoradio" you can listen to the cities along the
Mediterranean coast and the islands of the Mediterranean Sea:
- Barcelona - 98.5 FM;
- Tarragona - 106.1 FM;
- Valencia - 107.3 FM;
- Calpe and Javea - 100.9 FM;
- Benidorm and Alteya - 99.9 FM;
- Alicante - 90.4 FM;
- Torrevieja and Oriuella - 98.8 FM;
- Palma de Mallorca - 101.6 FM.
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And from 1 June 2014 to the network broadcast "Autoradio" added Deniya and Gandia. Here, the radio station will broadcast on frequency 92.2 FM.
Potential audience of the Russian-speaking population in the region more than 250 thousand people. In addition, Spain - one of the favorite and
desirable places for travelers and tourists from around the world. This amazing country is famous for its spas, where year- round warm weather
persists great, hits the sunny beaches and beautiful cities with ancient architecture. Last year alone, visited Spain more than 1.6 million tourists from
Russia. In relation to the 2012 growth rate of 34%. It is expected that this year the flow of Russian tourists to Spain increased.
"Autoradio", is the leader of one of the industry leaders "Broadcasting Corporation Prof-Media"( PMBC ) - and one of the country's most popular radio stations. Station sounds throughout Russia and the
CIS countries and abroad. Format Features "Autoradio" brand name and allows you to customize the radio to meet the needs of almost any
audience and the specifics of any country. (OnAir.ru via RusDX May 18 via DXLD)
** RUSSIA. Videos from May 16, 2014: Moscow Technical University of Informatics, Green Eyes 1450 on 25900 Moscow
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESG3dg3nN8c&feature=youtu.be -- 73! (Ivo Ivanov, QTH: Sofia, Bulgaria, Equipment: Sony ICF-2001D 30
m. long wire, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Among scores of other clips
** RUSSIA. UNIDENTIFIED. 18575-AM, May 15 at 1243, 6-note ``interval signal`` playing 18 times per minute, poor signal. Notes are: lowhigh-low-high-low-higher. Searching hfundergrounnd on 18575 and 18.575 gets zero hits; searching the UDXF yg gets two:
``Hi All, As follows:
10405.0 Mazielka sequence 162543 07:20z
16190.0 Mazielka sequence 123456 07:35z
18575.0 Mazielka Sequence 352416 12:30z
19405.0 Mazielka Sequence 352416 12:42z
Regards Paul H S UK``
That`s a log from April 3, 2014. He doesn`t bother to explain what a
Mazielka Sequence is. And the other:
``18575.0Khz am AM, Mazielka tone sequence 880, 954, 849, 914, 816, 995 Hz Russian MFA, Moscow 12:54:19UTC (2013-11-21) (mco in
Portland, ME USA on StarChat#wunclub)``
Those Hz don`t match the tones I heard, as #1, 3 and 5 were the same; 2 and 4 were the same, but #6 was indeed higher.
Searching on Mazielka leads back to HF Underground, http://www.hfunderground.com/wiki/X06 including a large frequency list, but not 18575.
Explains:
``The Enigma designator for the Mazielka series is X06. Mazielka is thought to be a selcall system used by the Russian MFA to alert out- stations, in
advance of forthcoming messages to be sent in Crowd 36 or similar. [MFA = Ministry of Foreign Affairs, or what? Surely not Ministry of Fine Arts --gh]
Up to 99% of these signals are sent out at random times on up to 350 different frequencies. These signals take the form of a repeated series of 6
tones (at 840, 870, 900, 930, 970, 1015 hertz) sent in 2 seconds, and in any sequence of 1-6, producing 720 variants.
These signals are largely transmitted in AM but are, generally, easier to receive in USB. Each transmission usually lasts for around 4/5 minutes.
Apart from the 720 variants there are other Mazielka tone combinations of simple 2, 3 4 and 5 tones which you may hear and, of course, the
frequency list covers only those frequencies where we have already logged signals.
You can expect to find Mazielka signals all the way from around 4 MHz up to 25 MHz but their random nature makes them difficult to pinpoint.
Identifying a Mazielka signal is simply a matter of reading the tones in order. For example 840 Hz (lowest tone) is designated as "1", 870 Hz as "2",
900 Hz as "3", 930 Hz as" 4", 970 Hz as "5" and 1015 Hz (the highest) as "6". A sound file of 164532 can be found at File:164532.mp3
http://www.hfunderground.com/w/images/9/9d/164532.mp3 and a Spectral Image is available to the right on this page. 164532.jpg
X06 signals are widely heard in Europe and the Mediterranean area, and also regularly reach Argentina and occasionally Australia.``
So what does Mazielka mean? Google translate gets no closer than mazilka which means dauber. That is, from Russian. It takes a while, but G.t.
eventually suggests a Cyrillic ``did you mean?`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Hi, "Mazielka" was originally -in some intelligence communities- the nickname for this selcall system. I doubt that it actually means something. It
has been around for a long time. See also the X06 Project docs on our website http://www.udxf.nl/ute-info.html 73, (Ary Boender, UDXF yg via DXLD)
Hi Glenn, Great that you caught a Mazielka! There is a small group of us chasing Mazielka signals and you may find the attached notes give a little
more detail. Although the signals appear to be random they do follow a pattern and in the last 3 years we have logged over 1400 transmissions of
which 800 were "scheduled". In fact the one you caught was the 800th!! I hope that the attached notes will prove interesting; these were in fact
published last week on the UDXF site. Regards, Peter, X06 Team, ibid.)
Look for the X06 links at the left at http://www.udxf.nl/ute-info.html (gh, WORLD OF RADIO 1722, DXLD)
I measure and report the tones as I always have done - in USB mode, zero beat on the AM carrier, offset from the carrier point. Clearly from
observation, either the AM transmitters used vary on frequency, or the equipment used to send the tones does. —mco (Mike Chace-Ortiz, ibid.)
18575, May 16 at 1246, no signal from Mazielka tones, reported to be from MFA Moskva, 24 hours after my first log (as UNIDENTIFIED); not
surprising, since it does not operate on a daily-repeat schedule. My post of this on the UDXF yg got some informative responses (Glenn Hauser, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** TAJIKISTAN. 4765.048, Tajik Radio noted male announcer at 1801 UT May 16, S=6 -88dBm signal (Wolfgang Büschel, some logs in eastern
Thailand from 1745 to 19 UT, via Uwe Volk`s SDR, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews May 15/16, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** TAJIKISTAN. USA(non), Frequency change of Radio Liberty in Tajik:
1400-1500 NF 12035 KWT 250 kW / 078 deg to CeAs, ex 11975
1500-1700 NF 12035 BIB 100 kW / 075 deg to CeAs, ex 11975.
Video from May 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6voC3hIbkzk&feature=youtu.be
http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2014/05/frequency-change-of-radio-liberty-in.html
-- 73! (Ivo Ivanov, Blgaria, dxldyg via DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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** TAJIKISTAN. Possible resumption of VOR SW via here? See RUSSIA
** TIBET [non]. See CHINA [and non],…
Frequency changes of Voice of Tibet and new broadcast:
1200-1215 NF 15542 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15543
1215-1230 NF 15548 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15537
1230-1245 on 15557 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1245-1300 NF 15562 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15563
1300-1315 on 15538 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese no change
1300-1315 on 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1315-1330 on 15543 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese no change
1315-1330 on 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1330-1345 NF 15543 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15542
1330-1345 on 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1345-1400 NF 15542 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15537
1345-1400 NF 15563 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15562
1400-1415 on 15525 MDC 250 kW / 045 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1400-1415 on 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1415-1430 on 15530 MDC 250 kW / 045 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1415-1430 on 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1430-1500 on 15612 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, additional
All frequencies are jammed by China on xxxx0 / xxxx5
Changes between frequencies vary from 3 to 5 minutes
http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2014/05/frequency-changes-of-voice-of-tibet-and.html
-- 73! (Ivo Ivanov, QTH: Sofia, Bulgaria, May 17, dxldyg via DXLD)
** UKRAINE. Nothing from Radio Dnieper Wave, only Ukrainian Radio in Ukrainian was observed on 4 May 2014, *0600-0800* on 11980, better on
11980.2-USB. For the all seasons before RDH was heard only in the last 3-4 minutes of each hour - the other 56-57 minutes were with UR1
programme always (Rumen Pankov , Sofia, Bulgaria for RUS DX PLUS bulletin 11 may 2014, via RusDX May 18 via WORLD OF RADIO 1722, DXLD)
DXDX-Window No. 506 from the Danish Shortwave Club International Greve, Denmark - Editor and Distributor: Anker Petersen - May 28, 2014
CLANDESTINES and other Target Broadcasts
7525, Voice of Martyrs, via Toshkent, Uzbekistan (100 kW / 065 degrees), frequency change since May 15: 1600-1730 Korean to North Korea, ex
7510, ex 7530. Heard May 23. (Ivanov)
7530, Voice of Martyrs, via Toshkent, Uzbekistan, 1600-1730, May 13, mixed music and talk program in Korean language. Fair S=7, fluttery signal,
heard downunder in Australia on remote SDR unit. (Bueschel). (Cf. DX-Window no. 505. Ed)
9945, CMN Cambodia Media Network R, via Dushanbe, Tajikistan (200 kW / 125 degrees) Su/Tu/Th 2300-2330 Khmer to Southeast Asia from May
06, ex 9940. (Ivanov, May 14)
GEORGIA
1350 MW, Apsua R, Abkhazia, secret site, 0340, May 01, Russian, relay Avto Radio, ID: they said “Aftaradio”= Auto Radio, and playing the song “I’m
A Bad” by Michael Jackson, 25352. (Pankov).
RUSSIA
Russia's National Security Council creates new body for funding Voice of Russia's LW/MW/SW broadcasts via Twitter @SWLingDotCom at
http://t.co/0e6LRrIHoT . Link is in Russian, but I was able to read a rude translation via the Goggle translator. (Nigro via DXplorer)
BCBC-DX 1163 , 29 May 2014 - edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany
RUSSIA VoR may return to SW in a future.
Russia's National Security Council creates new body for funding Voice of Russia's LW/MW/SW broadcasts <http://t.co/0e6LRrIHoT> via <Twitter
@SWLingDotCom >
Link is in Russian, but I was able to read a rude translation via the Goggle translator. (Horacio Nigro Geolkiewsky-URG, DXplorer May 27)
Russian Security Council meeting on May 19 decided to establish a special federal state budgetary institutions (FSBA) for the implementation of
long-range Russian public broadcasting stations "Radio Russia" and "Voice of Russia" both domestically and abroad. On this "Lente.ru" according
to two industry sources familiar with the decision of the Security Council.
Objective of the new company will be the restoration and long-range radio support on long, medium and short waves, which in 2013-2014 was
almost completely collapsed state company "Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network" (RTRS) due to the termination of budget
financing. FGBI broadcasting, by the decision of the Security Council will be established in 2016 and is run by one of the security forces, presumably
the Ministry of Defence.
Why not hear "Voice of Russia" ?
During the previous two years distant broadcasting public radio stations in the country was almost completely stopped.
First, in March of 2013, ceased to be broadcast on long (LW) and secondary (SV) waves transmit radio "Mayak". As a result, hear them in Russia was
only possible in some cities where the broadcaster - the company RTR - transmitters have a range of FM.
Then, in early 2014, partially disabled and broadcast "Radio Russia" on long and medium waves, which led to the same result as a "beacon".
Thus, today the Russian state radio transmission will not be accepted in our country anywhere except a few major cities, mostly regional or
national centers.
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Gone with all ranges of radio waves, providing long-distance transmissions (this, in addition to LW and MW, more short-wave - HF), and "Voice of
Russia", working for foreign countries. Its transmission RTRS radio centers in Russia were also stopped, continuing with only a few transmitters
leased abroad.
In all these cases, the cause was broadcast far off reduction in state funding, the company provides RTR for this purpose.
How not to die far Broadcasting.
In addition, the public radio stations that was not heard in most parts of Russia, the almost complete cessation of government funding jeopardized
the very existence of long-range radio in our country.
This kind of broadcasting carried RTRS state company with its powerful broadcasting centers, where there were about 40 at the end of 2013.
They basically were just loaded broadcast transmission over long distances, "Lighthouse", "Radio Russia" and "Voice of Russia". During this
RTRS received money from the company RTR and "Voice of Russia". It is clear that when the money stopped coming, the content of radio centers for
RTRS became unprofitable. Reduction in government funding far broadcasting has led to the fact that RTRS forgone in 2013-2014 approximately
800 million rubles of income. A company's annual loss from this activity reached about 2.5 billion rubles. In this situation, the prospect of closing
RTRS got most radio centers because of their support in working condition in the absence of paid broadcasting expensive. At the same time, because
of the technical features of the powerful radio transmitters, after being off for two or three winters, equipment radio centers could come into complete
disrepair, and if necessary, they would have to build almost from scratch.
Therefore, recently continued search for a way out of the situation, the more that radio centers need not only RTR and not only to "Lighthouse" was
heard on the Siberian expanses.
Why CIS military radio ?
The fact that a powerful radio, in addition to solving the civilian tasks for the dissemination of radio programs in the country, and the need for
specific tasks power structures. The center can be a powerful broadcasting horizon radar for early warning about the threat of aerospace attack. In
addition, they are suitable for electronic warfare (EW) and intelligence. On the basis of such radio centers is also possible to arrange for large areas
notification of emergencies or danger in wartime. They are suitable for sustainable and long-distance communications for government agencies,
if at the same time of war will be disrupted communication via satellite,
which is very likely.
Military has always expressed an interest in maintaining a strong radio in the country. However, these structures were not controlled by them, being
a member of the RTRS. Consequently, the military and money on them from the budget is allocated.
What will the new structure ?
According to sources, "Heathcliff ", the Security Council decided that the centers of powerful broadcasting solving the problem of propagation
programs public radio stations in 2016 will be transferred from the RTRS in the new federal budget enterprise.
The company will be under the jurisdiction of one of the Russian power structures, presumably, the Ministry of Defence, and also to solve specific
problems in the field of defense and security. Venture will be financed from the federal budget.
Prior to this RTRS receive state funding in the amount of three billion rubles for 2015-2016 years. It will be used to before the new FGBI restore
distant broadcast "Radio Russia" to the entire country and the "Voice of Russia" with Russian foreign transmitters.
What do they say in the industry ?
In RTRS welcome recovery far broadcasting.
"With the reduction in broadcast transmission "Mayak", "Radio Russia" and "Voice of Russia", any decision aimed at maintaining the powerful
broadcasting is urgent "- said "Lente.ru" spokesman Igor Stepanov RTRS, refraining from further comments decisions of the Security Council.
Chairman of the Consortium "Digital broadcasting technology platform" Andrew Bryksenkov told "Lentoy.ru" pointed out that worldwide network of
powerful broadcasting are under state control. "The decision to allow the Security Council to begin upgrading the infrastructure of a powerful radio,
otherwise we will lose a significant part of it, and even its full potential. Isolation of powerful broadcasting separate enterprise will create
preconditions for optimization of radio and broadcasting, public address systems and information security" - said Bryksenkov.
At the same time, the expert does not believe that the new structure will definitely be successful. "Powerful broadcasting has many specific
features that will face security forces who do not have experience with similar equipment," - he said. Igor Agapov (via DXplorer May 27)
HardHard-CoreCore-DX Digest, Vol 137, Issue 30
Zacharias Liangas <[email protected]>
Logs for mon 26th
7255 BLR //11730 on 2133 but today was with fair modulation
DX RE MIX NEWS # 854 - from Georgi Bancov and Ivo Ivanov. Date: May 30, 2014
TIBET(non) Frequency changes of Voice of Tibet:
1200-1215 NF 15542 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15543
1215-1230 NF 15548 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15537
1230-1245 NF 15563 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15557
1245-1300 NF 15557 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15562
1300-1315 NF 15548 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15538
1300-1315 NF 15563 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15568
1315-1330 NF 15542 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 15543
1315-1330 NF 15563 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15568
1330-1345 on 15542 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese no change
1330-1345 on 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1345-1400 on 15537 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese no change
1345-1400 NF 15568 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15562
1400-1415 on 15525 MDC 250 kW / 045 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1400-1415 NF 15562 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15568
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1415-1430 on 15530 MDC 250 kW / 045 deg to CeAs Tibetan no change
1415-1430 NF 15562 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15568
1430-1445 NF 15617 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 17612
1445-1500 NF 15617 DB 100 kW / 131 deg to CeAs Tibetan, ex 15622
UZBEKISTAN(non) Frequency change of Voice of Martyrs from May 22:
1600-1730 NF 7525 TAC 100 kW / 065 deg to KRE Korean, ex 7510. Video from May 23
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcVUAcJghJ4&feature=youtu.be
UZBEKISTAN(non) Frequency change of Voice of Martyrs from May 29:
1600-1730 NF 7505 TAC 100 kW / 065 deg to KRE Korean, ex 7525. Videos on May 29
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UImX0iJVag&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb-Zc8RWbOQ&feature=youtu.be
CLUB RADIO - May 2014 - Editor: Igor Guzey, Moscow, Russia
Ryazanskaya oblast.
In Ryazan regional radio appeared two more FM- frequency , reported GTRK "Oka" . In Skopin radio now broadcasts on the frequency 106.9 MHz and
Ryazhskikh - on 105.2 MHz. Recall radio aired on "Radio Rossii" : weekdays from 7:10 to 8:00 , with 13:10 to 14:00 and 18:10 to 19:00 ; the
weekend - from 10:10 to 11:00. In most parts of the region regional radio broadcasts on a frequency of 103.5 MHz FM, said in a statement . Also, in
most areas , the Ryazan regional radio programs are accepted and network receivers. " We are currently negotiating on the gradual transition of all
transmitters installed in the region, FM- standard " - shared the chief broadcasting TV " Oka" Boris Markin
Khanty- Mansiysk - " Radio Dacha "
By regional broadcasting network " Radio Dacha " joined Khanty-Mansiysk , the frequency of broadcasting - 104.8 MHz. Coverage of the population
- 91.0 thousand people. Regional partner " Radio Dacha" - LLC " Promotion Group " Samarovo ", Director General - CREDIT UNION DV
" Radio Dacha" is in the top 10 country music radio stations with daily coverage of 4 million 347 thousand people ( according to TNS Russia in
October 2013. - March 2014. ). Regional network broadcast " Radio Dacha" is one of the most rapidly developing among all Russian radio stations
and currently has 133 city broadcasting in Russia and CIS countries .
Kaliningrad - Radio Zvezda
Zvezda Radio will begin broadcasting in Kaliningrad
Radio Zvezda won the tender for broadcasting in Kaliningrad on frequency 99,5 FM. Federal competition commission, organizing competitions for
radio broadcasting in Russian cities, considered our concept and chose the best of Zvezda Radio several candidates! On Air Radio Kaliningrad star
appeared at a frequency of 99,5 FM in a few months.
Vologda - "Radio Dacha"
May 28, 2014. a meeting of the Federal Competition Commission on Radio and Television. Ltd. "Radio Dacha" won the competition for terrestrial
radio broadcasting in Vologda on the frequency 101.4 MHz, broadcasting time - every day, around the clock with the concept of the program "Radio
Dacha".
«QSL world"
Australia
By the way, a colleague, someone succeeded in getting QSL From HCJB Australia in Japanese? Very interesting QSL and frequent updates.
(Andrey Kuznetsov / "open_dx")
Vietnam
Radio "Voice of Vietnam." Russian edition. Got another QSL-card from the series "Boys herd of buffalo." May 1, 2014, 19.00-19.28 UTC, 9890
kHz. Sent pennant: VOV5 Overseas Service. www.vovworld.vn * www.vov5.vn
Previously received another pennant: RADIO THE VOICE OF VIETNAN (with emblem station pennant). On the back side on a red background yellow
star. E-mail: [email protected] (Editor)
Poland
QSL-card received from the Russian service for Polish Radio reception 18.05.2014, 02.00-02.29 UTC on the frequency 738 kHz. The card pictures
of four mini Gdansk. report sent by electronic mail: [email protected] (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Romania
Radio Romania International. Interradio Romania. Received from EMI missing QSL - cards for February, March, April ( special ) and May .
(Alexander Golovihin , Togliatti< Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
QSL received three from Romania Russian edition Interradio for March and April reports and report in the first week of the summer season. Last
Card (April) with a special stamp . Reports sent by electronic mail . (Dmitry Kutuzov , Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Received two QSL. But with a special stamp . "SPECIAL QSL" confirmed only for the first day of admission , and the next day without printing ,
although promised to seal within weeks of the transition to the new frequency timetable . Also invested as usual booklet with the schedule for the new
season and programs in English . (Editor)
Slovakia
Wanted to ask, who come from their Russian QSL service in response to the reports at: RSI_russian @?. Wrote on Inglish 3-4 times for all time, but
received nothing. Maybe Russian and had sent 1 times. (Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
QSL prihodyat.Raport made in English, only the details of the program in Russian. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Radio Free Asia.
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RFA confirmed earlier reports on the admission letter from 2004 or 2003
(do not remember ) have to confirm cards. In the year of release for 3-4 QSL. If I am not mistaken , has already released more than 40 kinds of QSL. I
have a collection of all but one card was issued in 2004 and was dedicated to the Olympic Games in Athens . I missed it here . (Dmitry Kutuzov ,
Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Adventist World Radio.
Received two QSL cards for the reception program AWR Wavescan DX Program. Different cards . 06/04/14 , 1530, 13670 kHz, 250 kW via Nauen
Germany. Signature on the card DX Editor Adrian M. Peterson. (Editor)
Recently received QSL- card from the radio station for the reception WRNO on 21.12.2013 frequency of 7505 kHz. Radio on the card and three mini
photo studio and a radio transmitter antenna . The report sent by electronic mail : [email protected] (Dmitry Kutuzov , Ryazan, Russia / "denebradio-dx")
Taiwan
May 26 was the same QSL cards for the reception of RTI in March and April. February has not been confirmed. (Alexander Golovihin, Togliatti, Russia
/ "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx")
Got the same QSL-cards for March and April. Plot Alishan Mini-Train. Wrote on Russian edition. QSL on my name in English. For reception in January The Battlefiild of Kinmen: Moon Plucking Tower For reception in February - Yushan National Park: Eastern Peak. (Editor)
Turkey
Received QSL-card from the "Voice of Turkey" for the reception in Russian 26.04.2014 at a frequency of 11,965 kHz. Turkish president on the card
with the kids. report sent by electronic mail: [email protected] Also sent another stand under a glass and a broadcast schedule in all languages.
(Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
South Korea.
KBS World Radio.
Got a new QSL-card from KBS for the reception on 28 April 15360 kHz. In the picture spinning fabric Ramie. (Alexander Golovihin, Togliatti, Russia /
"deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx")
QSL received with this picture for receiving 01.05.2014 / 18:00-19:00 / 15360 kHz. The envelope program KBS Russian service reports and forms
for admission station. (Editor)
Japan
NHK World Radio Japan.
QSL card from the English service for the reception: 4 May 2014, 12:00-12:30, 11740 kHz, Transmitter Site: Singapore. (Editor)
short
May 31 came from the Russian QSL. MRI service for May 1, 2014, story: a girl with painted faces. QSL also in April 2014 from Thailand IBB (Russian
Radio Svoboda service), 17770 kHz, old story: Buddha statue and temple complex nearby. (Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
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16. Posso enviar mensagens em html?
17. Legal. Que outras recomendações você tem para o envio de mensagens via Internet?
18. Não estou recebendo mensagens. O que devo fazer?
19. Envio mensagens para a Lista, mas elas não são publicadas. Existe censura na Lista?
20. Estou saindo de férias e só volto daqui a uma semana ou quinze dias. Devo sair da Lista?
21. Estou mudando de endereço de correio eletrônico. O que fazer?
22. Fiz tudo certo para sair da Lista, mas continuo recebendo mensagens. O que aconteceu?
23. Como faço para ter acesso a mensagens antigas da Lista Radioescutas?
24. Onde posso conseguir uma relação dos assinantes da Lista Radioescutas?
25. Como faco para enviar sugestões e críticas para a administração da Lista?
26. Quais os clubes DX que apóiam esta iniciativa?
27. Tenho um "site" sobre rádio. Como faco para incluí-lo nos "links" da Lista Radioescutas?
28. Onde posso encontrar informações sobre a Lista na Web?
29. Onde posso encontrar versões atualizadas destas FAQs?
30. Existe uma área de arquivos da Lista Radioescutas?
31. E quem é você, afinal de contas, para escrever tudo isso?
1. O que é a Lista Radioescutas?
A Lista Radioescutas foi criada em setembro de 1997 para servir de meio de união e informação entre os radioescutas de língua portuguesa na
Internet. Idealizada por Eduardo Pazera (João Pessoa - Paraíba, Brasil) e colocada em operação por Valter Aguiar (Santos - SP, Brasil), sua
coordenação passou para uma "junta tríplice" em janeiro de 2000 e hoje está a cargo de duas pessoas, a saber:
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a. Valter Aguiar, de Santos/SP ([email protected]).
b. Carlos Felipe da Silva, de São Bernardo do Campo/SP ([email protected]).
Os membros da coordenação da Lista Radioescutas têm como função organizar e manter o bom fluxo de mensagens na Lista, dirimindo dúvidas e
solucionando problemas. Não há hierarquia; todos têm a mesma função e poderes para dar instruções aos membros da Lista, que reúne hoje mais
de 200 adeptos do DX em diversos países.
2. DX - que bicho é esse?
A sigla vem de D (distância) e X (incógnita) e serve para identificar o "hobby" de sintonizar emissoras de rádio distantes, por ondas curtas, médias,
tropicais e até FM e televisão. Os dexistas (praticantes do DX) podem ou não ser radioamadores, já que o "hobby" consiste em ouvir emissoras, sem
falar no ar. Em princípio, qualquer receptor de ondas curtas serve para os iniciantes no DX. Após a experiência inicial, é interessante a aquisição de
receptores mais sofisticados como os fabricados pela Sony, Grundig, etc.
O radioescuta e o dexista, conforme o acima, não transmitem. Eles captam as transmissões das mais variadas fontes emissoras, com especial
atenção voltada para a programação ou para as condições técnicas de recepção. A Lista Radioescutas destina-se, portanto, à troca de informações
sobre a escuta de sinais de rádio como emissoras internacionais, utilitárias e clandestinas.
3. Quem mantém a Lista Radioescutas?
Até maio de 2000, a Lista foi mantida pela CMG - Carrier Micro Group, provedor de acesso à Internet da região de Santos (São Paulo - Brasil), de
forma gratuita. Sem o apoio da CMG, não teria sido possível a criação da Lista Radioescutas. Para maiores informações sobre os serviços oferecidos
pela CMG, visite a sua "home page" (http://www.cmg.com.br).
Atualmente, a Lista Radioescutas é mantida pelo serviço de manutenção gratuita de listas de discussão Yahoogroups (http://groups.yahoo.com).
4. Para quem devo pedir para entrar ou sair da Lista? Ao provedor ou aos coordenadores?
Todos os comandos da Lista são automáticos. Por isso, para entrar na Lista ou sair dela, você deve seguir rigorosamente as instruções contidas
nestas FAQs, sem necessidade de intervenção manual do provedor, nem do coordenador.
5. Como faço para assinar a Lista?
É fácil: basta enviar uma mensagem em branco para o endereço [email protected] Você irá automaticamente receber
estas FAQs, passando a receber as mensagens da Lista.
6. Como faço para sair da Lista?
Esperamos que você aprecie sua presença na Lista Radioescutas mas, se precisar sair por qualquer motivo, envie uma mensagem para
[email protected] Você irá automaticamente receber a resposta do seu comando e estará fora da Lista. Certifique-se de
estar enviando a mensagem a partir do mesmo endereço com que estiver cadastrado na Lista.
7. A Lista Radioescutas é disponível no formato "digest"?
Sim, desde a entrada da Lista no Yahoogroups, atendendo solicitação de muitos de seus participantes. Para receber a Lista em formato "digest"
(todas as mensagens do dia em uma só mensagem, mais longa), vá até a página http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas/members, procure
o seu endereço de correio eletrônico e assinale a alternativa de recebimento de mensagens em formato "digest".
É tambem possível ler as mensagens na Web, sem recebê-las por correio eletrônico. Para tanto, os caminhos são os mesmos do formato "digest"
acima.
8. Comecei a receber as mensagens da Lista, mas elas vêm com um anúncio comercial. O que devo fazer?
O Yahoogroups é um serviço gratuito e suas despesas precisam ser pagas de alguma forma. Para isso, às vezes o Yahoogroups inclui anúncios
comerciais nas mensagens. Não há como excluir esses anúncios, mas você pode optar por recebê-los apenas em formato texto (sem html). Para
isso, vá até a página da Lista (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas/members), clique no seu endereço de correio eletrônico e assinale a
alternativa de recebimento de mensagens somente em formato texto.
9. Como devo fazer para participar da Lista?
As mensagens para os participantes da Lista devem ser enviadas para o endereço [email protected] Todas as listas de discussão na
Internet possuem regras para seu bom andamento. A Lista Radioescutas não é exceção. Por isso, ao enviar mensagens para a Lista, procure sempre
respeitar todas as instruções contidas nestas FAQs.
10. Que tópicos podem ser abordados na Lista?
Tudo o que for estritamente referente à escuta de sinais de rádio a longa distância de emissoras de "broadcasting" oficiais ou clandestinas em
ondas médias, curtas, longas, tropicais, FM ou televisão e emissoras utilitárias (incluindo as de sinal horário). A lista está, portanto, mais do que
aberta a informações técnicas, dicas de recepção, emissoras ouvidas, QSLs e outros materiais recebidos de emissoras, receptores, programação de
emissoras nacionais e internacionais, atividades de clubes DX e eventos ou expedições por estes promovidos, publicações e outros relativos a
escuta dos sinais de rádio a longa distância especificados. Por favor, limite suas mensagens referentes a outros assuntos ao mínimo possível.
11. Tenho informações interessantes para os participantes da Lista, mas estão em inglês. Posso remetê-las?
O idioma oficial da Lista é o português. Mensagens em espanhol, pela similaridade, são bem-vindas. Contudo, nem todos os membros da Lista
conhecem inglês ou outros idiomas. Sabemos, entretanto, que muitas fontes de informação DX são escritas em inglês e, por este motivo, pequenas
citações podem ser enviadas para a Lista. Use o bom senso: você nao necessita retransmitir um artigo inteiro de revista em inglês, mas informações
sobre emissoras ouvidas em determinada região podem seguir em língua estrangeira sem maiores problemas.
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12. Meu idioma materno não é o português. Por isso, não escrevo o idioma corretamente. O que devo fazer?
Ninguém na Lista é gramático (que se saiba). Escreva da melhor forma possível o português e seu esforço será apreciado pelos participantes. Você
pode utilizar o espanhol, mas como segunda opção. Aproveite a Lista Radioescutas para praticar seu português.
13. Tenho um documento do Word para enviar aos participantes da Lista. Posso remetê-lo como anexo?
Documentos anexos, de qualquer natureza (incluindo documentos do Word ou Excel ou ilustrações de qualquer tipo), são terminantemente proibidos
na Lista Radioescutas - como de resto em quase todas as listas de discussão na Internet. É através dos documentos anexos que os vírus se
propagam pela rede e a única forma de eliminar sua transmissão é abster-se de enviar documentos anexos. Além disso, alguns assinantes pagam
ligação interurbana para terem acesso à Lista Radioescutas e os documentos anexos levam mais tempo para serem descarregados. Caso você ache
que o seu documento é realmente importante, ou você copia o texto e cola no corpo de uma mensagem comum, ou oferece aos participantes da
Lista sem enviá-lo; quem se interessar, deve entrar em contato direto com você para recebê-lo.
14. Mas um colega pediu para a Lista um arquivo que só posso enviar anexado. O que fazer para atendê-lo?
Se alguém pedir na Lista um arquivo qualquer e você o tiver para enviar, por favor, envie-o diretamente ao interessado, sem passar pela Lista. Assim
você estará evitando uma demora muito grande no recebimento de correio eletrônico pelos demais participantes da Lista, que não têm,
necessariamente, interesse pelo seu arquivo. Cabe ressaltar que, desde que foi instalada no Yahoogroups, a lista foi programada para não aceitar
arquivos anexos. Ou seja, se você enviar um arquivo anexo para a Lista, ele será automaticamente excluído da sua mensagem.
Caso se trate de um arquivo de interesse geral, você poderá consultar o coordenador Valter Aguiar ([email protected]) sobre sua possível
inclusão na área de arquivos da Lista Radioescutas, conforme a FAQ nº 30 abaixo.
15. Posso utilizar acentos na Lista Radioescutas?
Até meados de 2001, os acentos eram proibidos na Lista. Muitos assinantes tinham dificuldade em receber palavras sem acentos, principalmente
os de fora do Brasil. Após consulta feita naquela época, decidiu-se liberar os acentos, sem torná-los obrigatórios. Ou seja, você pode utilizar os
acentos no envio de mensagens; se não quiser, esteja à vontade para também escrever sem acentos.
16. Posso enviar mensagens em html?
Por favor, não o faça. As mensagens em html ocupam muito mais espaço no provedor e no HD dos usuários, além de levarem mais tempo para
serem descarregadas. Dê preferência às mensagens simples, somente com texto, sem tipos específicos de letra, negritos, itálicos, etc.
17. Legal. Que outras recomendações você tem para o envio de mensagens via Internet?
Por favor, siga à risca os conselhos dados por Bérgson de Luna Freire e outros, retransmitidos pelo idealizador da Lista Radioescutas, Eduardo
Pazera, de João Pessoa (Paraíba, Brasil). Assim você evitará problemas com outros colegas da Lista Radioescutas:
a. Nunca se esqueça de que há pessoas do outro lado da linha. Sendo toda sua interação com a rede realizada através de um equipamento
impessoal como é o computador, é fácil esquecer que existem pessoas do "lado de lá'" e expressar-se de forma mais livre do que você faria se
estivesse frente a frente com elas. Portanto, se você estiver aborrecido com algo ou com alguém, reflita sobre o assunto antes de tomar uma
decisão. Tente não dizer para alguém nada que você não diria pessoalmente, face a face, em uma sala repleta de gente.
b. Seja cuidadoso com o que fala para e sobre os outros. Você não é a única pessoa que se comunica na Internet; mais alguns milhões de pessoas
também o fazem. Portanto, pense bem antes de enviar mensagens com informações pessoais para grupos de notícias, listas de discussão ou
mesmo para endereços particulares. Se o conteúdo da sua mensagem for de caráter exclusivamente pessoal e particular, considere outros meios,
que não o correio eletrônico, para comunicar-se com o seu interlocutor. Sem a inflexão da voz e a linguagem corporal existentes nas comunicações
face a face, comentários bem humorados podem ser mal interpretados nas comunicações eletrônicas.
c. Seja claro, breve e objetivo. A maioria das pessoas na Internet irá conhecê-lo somente através do que você escrever e de que forma. Portanto,
evite erros gramaticais (a menos que você não seja nativo do idioma) e certifique-se de que o conteúdo seja de fácil leitura e compreensão para o
seu público alvo. Nunca use dez palavras para expressar o que pode ser dito em cinco. Quando fizer menção a outra mensagem, faça um breve
resumo para reavivar na memória do leitor a mensagem original. Para tanto, inclua na sua mensagem as partes essenciais da mensagem
referenciada. Não é preciso incluir a mensagem toda!
d. Ao enviar mensagens para listas de discussão ou grupos de notícias, esteja certo de que você leu toda a discussão antes de responder, pois pode
ser que alguém já tenha dito o que você pretende dizer. Não repita informações!
e. A linha de "subject" de uma mensagem é essencial para alguém com caixa postal abarrotada decidir se vai ou não ler a sua mensagem. Seja
claro e conciso ao expressar o assunto da mensagem, evitando títulos vagos ou incompreensíveis. Portanto, evite "alô" como "subject"; prefira, por
exemplo, "Rádio de Timor Leste ouvida em onda tropical", para auxiliar quem recebe a sua mensagem.
f. "Assinaturas" são informações que podem ser colocadas automaticamente no final de sua mensagem. Uma assinatura com nome, telefone e fax
é geralmente suficiente. Evite assinaturas longas e grafismos rebuscados que, além de serem cansativos em listas, contribuem para congestionar as
linhas de comunicação.
g. ESCREVER USANDO SOMENTE LETRAS MAIÚSCULAS FAZ SUPOR QUE O AUTOR ESTÁ FALANDO EM VOZ ALTA OU GRITANDO. Portanto, evite!
h. Respeite direitos autorais (copyright). Ao enviar alguma coisa pela rede, ela provavelmente é de domínio público, a não ser que você tenha os
direitos autorais e especifique isso na mensagem. Cuidado ao enviar artigos, letras de músicas, resenhas de livros ou qualquer outra coisa que seja
sujeita a copyright. Se você estiver usando argumentos para ajudá-lo em sua teoria, diga de onde eles provêm. Não utilize idéias alheias como sendo
suas.
i. Não mande mensagens privadas para a Lista. As mensagens que você responder serão automaticamente endereçadas para a Lista. Caso se trate
de uma mensagem pessoal, tome cuidado para enviá-la somente para a pessoa com quem quer falar. Para isso, leia o endereço de e-mail da pessoa
para quem vai enviar do "From:", e mande um e-mail normal para esse endereço.
j. Outro cuidado a ser tomado é na resposta às mensagens enviadas para a Lista. Assegure-se de não mandar mensagens particulares para todos os
participantes. Da mesma forma, ao repetir mensagens anteriores, por favor, repita apenas as cinco primeiras linhas, no máximo. Já imaginou repetir
uma mensagem de 10 kb para toda a Lista, só para acrescentar uma linha de comentário?
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l. Por fim, em vez de reclamar que ninguém aborda um determinado assunto, mande uma mensagem sobre ele.
E, para completar, algumas das instruções da lista Trad-Prt, ponto de encontro dos tradutores de língua portuguesa, que merecem ser mencionadas:
* Não envie comandos (como "unsubscribe") para a Lista toda. Se você quiser sair da Lista ou parar de receber mensagens temporariamente, siga
os procedimentos descritos na FAQ nº 6 acima.
* Não destrate nem ofenda propositalmente os colegas. Críticas só devem ser feitas, com moderação, em particular. Elogios em público. Seja
tolerante com os erros alheios.
* As brincadeiras são bem-vindas, mas desde que possam ser entendidas por todos. Brincadeiras particulares, que a maioria dos listeiros não têm a
menor idéia do que significam, não tem graça nenhuma para quem está por fora do assunto. Pior ainda quando a linha de assunto ("subject") nem
ao menos contém uma menção de "off topic".
* Procure apontar os erros alheios em particular; mesmo assim, só quando achar que o colega será prejudicado pelo erro que estiver cometendo. Da
mesma forma, evite o envio de erratas para a Lista sobre seus próprios erros se não forem importantes (erros de digitação, conjugação de verbos
etc.).
* Inclua em sua assinatura seu nome, sobrenome e sua posição geográfica, para orientação dos colegas.
* Ao sugerir um "site" forneça, além do endereço, uma pequena descrição para que alguns colegas, depois de perderem tempo visitando o "site",
não acabem por descobrir que aquele assunto não é do seu interesse.
* Sarcasmo não funciona em correio eletrônico. Use e abuse dos "smileys" ou "emoticons" para indicar o tom da sua mensagem e reduzir o risco
de ser mal interpretado.
* Mensagens como "eu também", "concordo", "todo o apoio" e semelhantes, também conhecidas como "mensagens Mitu" ("me too"), devem
ser evitadas na maioria dos casos para não sobrecarregar o HD e poupar o tempo dos colegas.
* Não repasse para a Lista outras mensagens recebidas em particular.
* Não repasse para a Lista correntes, mensagens de apelo e afins.
18. Não estou recebendo mensagens. O que devo fazer?
Falhas no sistema podem ocorrer, ainda que não sejam freqüentes. Eventualmente, por algum motivo técnico, você pode ter sido cancelado da Lista.
Tudo o que você tem a fazer nestes casos é uma nova assinatura da Lista. Além disso, o Yahoogroups possui um sistema de suspensão das
assinaturas quando as mensagens começam a retornar ao provedor (por excesso de mensagens na caixa postal, por exemplo). Também nestes
casos, é suficiente fazer nova assinatura.
19. Envio mensagens para a Lista, mas elas não são publicadas. Existe censura na Lista?
A retransmissão de mensagens para a Lista Radioescutas é automática, não havendo intervenção manual nem aprovação prévia por parte dos
coordenadores. Por isso, não há censura na Lista Radioescutas. Contudo, somente as mensagens enviadas por assinantes da Lista são
retransmitidas.
Se as suas mensagens não estiverem saindo na Lista, portanto, na maioria dos casos o problema é técnico. Assegure-se de estar enviando-as ao
endereço correto ([email protected]), que você esteja efetivamente assinando a Lista e que as mensagens estejam sendo enviadas a
partir do mesmo endereço eletrônico com que você assinou a Lista (caso você tenha mais de um endereço). Respondidas estas questões, por favor,
entre em contato com os coordenadores da Lista, nos endereços [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] ou
[email protected], para solução do problema.
20. Estou saindo de férias e só volto daqui a uma semana ou quinze dias. Devo sair da Lista?
Sim, por favor. O tráfego da Lista Radioescutas pode chegar a 20 mensagens por dia. Você poderá ter sua caixa postal lotada e ser cancelado da
Lista, conforme descrito na FAQ nº 18 acima. Ao retornar de viagem, faça nova assinatura. Se, ao voltar de férias, você desejar ler as mensagens do
período em que esteve fora, siga as instruções da FAQ nº 23.
21. Estou mudando de endereço de correio eletrônico. O que fazer?
Primeiro, cancele sua assinatura no endereço velho, conforme a FAQ nº 5. Depois, assine com o endereço novo, conforme a FAQ nº 4. Por favor, não
deixe de cancelar a assinatura do endereço desativado, para evitar problemas de retorno de mensagens para a Lista, que prejudicam a todos.
22. Fiz tudo certo para sair da Lista, mas continuo recebendo mensagens. O que aconteceu?
Talvez você esteja cadastrado com outro endereço de correio eletrônico. Existem provedores (altavista, hotmail, zipmail, etc.) que funcionam como
redirecionadores de correio para outros endereços. Se você tiver mais de um endereço de correio eletrônico, verifique qual você utilizou para o
cadastramento e tente novamente.
23. Como faço para ter acesso a mensagens antigas da Lista Radioescutas?
O provedor Yahoogroups coloca as mensagens disponíveis para os membros da Lista no endereço
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas/messages.
24. Onde posso conseguir uma relação dos assinantes da Lista Radioescutas?
Desde a entrada da Lista no Yahoogroups, a relação de assinantes passou a ser disponível para os membros da Lista. Você pode ter acesso a ela
através da página da Lista (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas/members).
25. Como faço para enviar sugestões e críticas para a administração da Lista?
Por favor, não as envie para a Lista, mas sim por correio particular para [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] ou
[email protected] e você receberá uma resposta assim que possível.
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26. Quais são os clubes DX que apóiam esta iniciativa?
A Lista começou por iniciativa particular do seu idealizador e dos seus coordenadores, mas contamos com o apoio e a divulgação dos seguintes
clubes DX:
DX Clube do Brasil, Caixa Postal 384, 09701-970 São Bernardo do Campo/SP, Brasil ([email protected]).
Santa Rita DX Clube, Caixa Postal 4, 58300-970 Santa Rita/PB, Brasil ([email protected]).
DX Clube de Pernambuco, Rua do Futuro 513/501 - Aflitos, 52050-010 Recife/PE, Brasil ([email protected]).
Clube DXista da Amazônia ([email protected]).
Visite também a página de "links" da Lista Radioescutas para ter acesso a estas e outras organizações que apóiam a nossa Lista
(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas/links).
27. Tenho um "site" dedicado ao rádio. Como faço para incluí-lo nos "links" da Lista Radioescutas?
A Lista Radioescutas mantém um intercâmbio de "links". Se você mantém um "site" dedicado ao rádio, escreva para o coordenador Valter Aguiar
([email protected]), solicitando inclusão no programa de intercâmbio. Você receberá um pequeno arquivo a ser colocado no seu "site",
convidando os visitantes a assinarem a Lista Radioescutas. Em troca, o endereço do seu "site" será incluído nos "links" da Lista. Aumente o seu
tráfego promovendo a Lista Radioescutas!
28. Onde posso encontrar informações sobre a Lista na Web?
Visite a página da Lista Radioescutas (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas) ou o "site" do DX Clube do Brasil:
http://www.ondascurtas.com.
29. Onde posso encontrar versões atualizadas destas FAQs?
As FAQs da Lista Radioescutas são enviadas a todos os participantes quando assinam a Lista e automaticamente de forma mensal. Versões
atualizadas podem ser consultadas no "site" do DX Clube do Brasil (http://www.ondascurtas.com/faqradioescutas.html) ou na área de arquivos da
Lista Radioescutas (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas/files).
30. Existe uma área de arquivos da Lista Radioescutas?
O provedor Yahoogroups dedica 20 megabytes para que as listas possam armazenar arquivos de interesse para os seus participantes. No caso da
Lista Radioescutas, estamos colocando à disposição estas FAQs e, eventualmente, outros arquivos de interesse para os ouvintes de ondas curtas e
dexistas. Visite o endereço http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radioescutas/files para ter acesso a esses arquivos. Você receberá uma mensagem
automática da Lista sempre que um novo arquivo for acrescentado à área de arquivos da Lista Radioescutas.
Caso você tenha algum arquivo que ache interessante para inclusão na área de arquivos da Lista Radioescutas, por favor, envie-o como documento
anexo, em correio particular, para o coordenador Valter Aguiar ([email protected]) que, no momento, é a pessoa autorizada para incluir arquivos
nessa área da Lista.
31. E quem é você, afinal de contas, para escrever tudo isso?
Valter Aguiar ([email protected]), tradutor e jornalista, dexista desde 1981, um dos coordenadores da Lista Radioescutas. Mantive por quatro
anos coluna intitulada "Sintonizando Ondas Curtas" na revista brasileira "Eletrônica Total", além de colaborar com os programas DX de várias
emissoras brasileiras e internacionais, com o DX Clube do Brasil e o extinto "Globo DX". Atualmente, edito a coluna "No Bico da Coruja", na revista
brasileira "Antenna - Eletrônica Popular" ([email protected] - http://www.anep.com.br), a mais tradicional publicação brasileira sobre rádio,
com mais de setenta anos de existência, além de colaborar com o DX Clube do Brasil (http://www.ondascurtas.com).
Para enviar mensagens, escreva para [email protected]
Para sair da Lista Radioescutas, envie mensagem para: [email protected]
Lista dedicada ao Radioescuta e Dexista, mantida pelo DXCB. As mensagens aqui postadas são de domínio público. Respeite a fonte original
quando divulga-las fora desta lista.
Visite o maior fórum sobre dexismo no idioma português: www.radioescutas.comLinks do Yahoo Grupos
Dino Bloise
Videos May 27-31
May27
Bible Voice Broadcasting in Russian to EaEu 1802 on 6130 Nauen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5HTfCNSQBI&feature=youtu.be
ItalCable in Italian 1809 on 10 MHz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOcC_v06FWc&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in French to WeEu 1901 on 6145 Woofferton
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zl24yuxhATI&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in Korean to WeEu 0700 on 9860 Woofferton
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gEE7fDMuIU&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in Russian to EaEu 1800 on 15360 Woofferton
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlmSjRk5qjw&feature=youtu.be
Radio Argentina Exterior in Italian 1933 on 15344,6 General Pacheco https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTNuVO83Knw&feature=youtu.be
Radio Cairo in German to WeEu 1015 on 9410 Abis, distortion modulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twB8Wko1UI8&feature=youtu.be
Radio Cairo in Russian to EaEu 1918 on 9685 Abis, bad modulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58ZExPDBh88&feature=youtu.be
RTE Radio One in English to SoAf 1930 on 5820 Meyerton
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yxqva_EurMs&feature=youtu.be
Trans World Radio Africa in Lingala to CeAf 1923 on 9940 Manzini
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc5e0L0EZsw&feature=youtu.be
Trans World Radio Africa in Portuguese to SoAf 1920 on 6130 Manzini https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZU7R-gAZHW0&feature=youtu.be
Trans World Radio Africa in Tigrinya 1805 on 6120 Al Dhabbaya
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIzUc3tnT6w&feature=youtu.be
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 31
Voice of Korea in English, German, Spanish via Kujang at 1910 UTC
Voice of Vietnam in English to WeEu 1700 on 9625 Moosbrunn
Voice of Vietnam in Russian to EaEu 1913 on 9890 Woofferton
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjyD3Gopwaw&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VMw7-c5JqQ&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN2PEmiBI6w&feature=youtu.be
May 28
Belarussian Radio HS 1 in Belarussian to CeAs 1500 on 6080 Kalodzicy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zHULUG9fYA&feature=youtu.be
Radio Exterior de Espana in Russian to EaEu 1712 on 15325 Noblejas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hNIc9b-oLU&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Oromo Liberation in Oromo to EaAf 1700 on 13830 Issoudun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l-fKcUQ2Wg&feature=youtu.be
May 29
Deutsche Welle in French to Ce and NoAf 1744 on 9810, 12070, 15275 Kigali https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmzM7uwMGCA&feature=youtu.be
Echo of Hope in Korean to NoKorea 1751 on 6003 Hwaseong
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqyL7qwjNM8&feature=youtu.be
KBS Hanminjok Bangsong 1 in Korean to NoKorea 1800 on 6015 Hwaseong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVVLP1LmibU&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in Arabic to NoAf 2001 on 13585 Al Dhabbaya
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlrzFnQlXrE&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in French to NWAf 2004 on 5950 Issoudun
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s65jyoW2WgQ&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in German to WeEu 2003 on 3955 Woofferton
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_MAW1uVNww&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in Korean to ME 1807 on 9515 Kimjae
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2ypoo4Wdq8&feature=youtu.be
KBS World Radio in Spanish to WeEu 1805 on 9740 Kimjae
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzISU_xYbJY&feature=youtu.be
Radio Cairo in Italian to WeEu 1815 on 9490 Abis, distortion modulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxeAOufRo-k&feature=youtu.be
Radio Cairo in Turkish to ME 1816 on 9280 Abis, bad modulation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj0qbLlE0q8&feature=youtu.be
Radio Free Asia in Korean to NoKorea 1755 on 5820, 9975 Tinian
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4o1CmB8jXSY&feature=youtu.be
Radio Japan NHK World in English to CeAf 1802 on 9755 Meyerton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PzhWTbGz_s&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-NJNkwaxeI&feature=youtu.be
Radio Medi 1 in French to Ar 1827 on 9575 Nador
Radio Rwanda in Kinyarwanda to Af 1737 on 6055 Kigali
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--DJwrsDC5g&feature=youtu.be
Radio Saudi International in French 1455 on 17660 Riyadh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cQ1gr8_6O4&feature=youtu.be
Radio Taiwan International in Russian to EaEu 1451 on 15225 Issoudun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOthmCSenrg&feature=youtu.be
Shiokaze See breeze in English to NoKorea 1655 on 6090 Ibaragi Koga Yamata https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atpDZA77s0A&feature=youtu.be
Trans World Radio Africa in Swahili to CeAf 1701 on 9474,9 Manzini https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZshJdAKPmkU&feature=youtu.be
Trans World Radio Africa in Yao to SoAf 1705 on 7300 Manzini
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8Ng71AEhIc&feature=youtu.be
Vatican Radio in Belorussian to EaEu 1612 on 11715 Santa Maria di Galeria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM1YGqDsvD0&feature=youtu.be
Vatican Radio in French to Ea and CeAf 1714 on 13765, 15570 Santa Maria di Galeria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0uIvxrIF70&feature=youtu.be
Vatican Radio in Russian to EaEu 1610 on 11715, 15370 Santa Maria di Galeria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJ_uxzbs56U&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Martyrs in Korean to NoKorea 1708 on new 7505 Tashkent, ex 7525, bad propagation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UImX0iJVag&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Martyrs in Korean to NoKorea 1725 on new 7505 Tashkent, ex 7525, bad propagation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb-Zc8RWbOQ&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Vietnam in German to WeEu 2000 on 9430 Al Dhabbaya
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC44OH8PLJ0&feature=youtu.be
May 30
Athmeeya Yatra Radio Gospel For Asia to SoAs 1530 on new 15395 Nauen, ex 15215 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lv1A4Op4N-k&feature=youtu.be
Echo of Hope in Korean to NoKorea 1935 on 6250 Hwaseong
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vnWlyAkzJg&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2maXrN3j40&feature=youtu.be
NEXUS IRRS in English to WeEu 1846 on 7290 Tiganesti
NEXUS IRRS in English to WeEu 1855 on 7290 Tiganesti
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zA6WfjxGF4&feature=youtu.be
Pyongyang Broadcasting Station in Korean 1735 on 6400 Kanngye https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAVxT8oUSSI&feature=youtu.be
Radio Ethiopia in French 1756 on 7237,2 Addis Ababa, Gedja
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJI4ZVx8P78&feature=youtu.be
Radio France International in Portuguese to SoAf 1730 on 9755 Meyerton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RL1YvWT7-_k&feature=youtu.be
Radio Kuwait in Arabic via Sulaibiyah 1823 on 6050 General Sce, 13650 different px https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCQ8yuPylbg&feature=youtu.be
Radio Riyadh in Farsi to WeAs 1752 on 7240 Riyadh, co ch PBS Xizang in Chinese https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euh-_KA1EiE&feature=youtu.be
Radio Taiwan International in German to WeEu 1902 on 6185 Wooferton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=183xWFQdncc&feature=youtu.be
Three stations at 2000 on 6100, see below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmkKRk3k3XE&feature=youtu.be
Trans World Radio Africa in French to CeAf 1944 on 9940 Manzini
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBFtd63fTug&feature=youtu.be
TRT Voice of Turkey in French to WeEu 1948 on 9635 Emerler
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEuGX5zfmrU&feature=youtu.be
TRT Voice of Turkey in Turkish to WeEu 1359 on 9840 Emerler
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyuUPth21l4&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Armenia in Arabic to ME 1900 on 4810 Yerevan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyyWI5P3wOI&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Freedom in Korean to NoKorea 1940 on 6135 Hwaseong
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEkkyNONjTg&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Peece and Democracy, Radio Ethiopia in Amharic 1815 on 7237,2 Addis Ababa, Gedja https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btN3hsGHKPA&feature=youtu.be
Voice of Peece and Democracy, Radio Ethiopia in Amharic 1826 on 7237,2 Addis Ababa, Gedja https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-IV0OncEwc&feature=youtu.be
Voice of The People in Korean to NoKorea 1926 on 6518, 6600 Kyonggi do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-ub1VkOH2Y&feature=youtu.be
WWCR 1 in English to WeEu 1905 on 15825 Nashville
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpYpsav_wq0&feature=youtu.be
May 31
BBC in Bengali to SoAs 1643 on 5875 Nakhon Sawan, 9540 Kranji https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WV9iGHjQexY&feature=youtu.be
BBC in English to Af at 1731 UTC, see below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBreeJ3WVYQ&feature=youtu.be
Bible Voice Broadcasting to SoAs 1527 in English, 1530 in Punjabi on 15640 Kostinbrod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esgP_Ede--w&feature=youtu.be
Echo of Hope in Korean to NoKorea 1824 on 6003, 6250, 6348 Hwaseong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwvhCEidNWg&feature=youtu.be
NEXUS IRRS in English to WeEu 1759 on 7290 Tiganesrti
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZjXU9NACCE&feature=youtu.be
Radio Exterior de Espana in Spnish via Npblejas at 1722 UTC, see below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFepi43vj2o&feature=youtu.be
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 32
Radio Liberty in Russian via Lampertheim 1748 on 5995, 11760 to EaEu, 9840 to CeAs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEP49UHmhi0&feature=youtu.be
Radio Liberty, Caucasus Echo in Russian to CeAs 1714 on 11800, 15620 Biblis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e__9vJ4HWfw&feature=youtu.be
Radio Xoriyo in Somali to EaAf 1600 on 17630 Issoudun
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eNsnfjn8MY&feature=youtu.be
TRT Voice of Turkey in English to WeEu 1832 on 9785 Emerler
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5zGfyAtwnE&feature=youtu.be
TRT Voice of Turkey in French via Emerler 1830 on 7360 to NWAf, 9635 WeEu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhYzaK2Cmuo&feature=youtu.be
TRT Voice of Turkey in Turkish 1836 on 5960 to ME, 9460 to WeEu via Emerler https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lRc1y5_kd0&feature=youtu.be
Vatican Radio, Rosary at 1840, see below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=casd94VIc4s&feature=youtu.be
VIRI IRIB in Russian to EaEu 1752 on 5920 Sirjan, 7350 Kamalabad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-35zZFFeU4&feature=youtu.be
Zanzibar Broadcasting Corporation in English 1806 on 11735 Dole https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlW_FliPjKg&feature=youtu.be
73! - Ivo Ivanov - QTH: Sofia, Bulgaria - Equipment: Sony ICF-2001D 30 m. long wire - Web: http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/
Dino Bloise
WRMI Listener Correspondence Summary - March 2014
WRMI News - March 2014
Selected comments from recent listener correspondence
Springfield, Missouri, USA (William R. Wilkins) - I received my QSL card for WRMI Okeechobee's "First Day of Transmission." Many thanks! It makes
a nice addition to my collection.
Tokyo, Japan (Takahito Akabayashi) - I am pleased to report to you that I received your new shortwave transmission at 0840-0900 UTC on 7455 kHz
with Bible preaching and a country song. I could hear it also on 585 kHz, but the reception was far superior on 7455, with very stable and strong
signal and no interference at all. I was very happy to listen to your WRMI station identification very clearly. 0900 UTC is 1800 JST. It is a convenient
hour for Japanese audiences for evening listening. Is this transmission beamed to the Far East? If so, it is really successful on 7455 kHz. I hope you
will continue to broadcast to our area on shortwave. This year Tokyo was attacked by heavy snow in February, and the snow is still remaining. It has
been very cold even in March with the strong cold wind from Siberia. I have been to the USA three times, but never to Florida. I would like to visit
Miami in the future. I am a university lecturer, teaching system engineering. I have been a shortwave listener since 1963. This is the first time for me
to send a reception report to WRMI. I am also enclosing a view card of Japan showing snow-covered Mt. Fuji and icicles. Mt. Fuji is the highest
mountain in Japan at 3776 meters. The top is covered with snow for almost 10 months in a year. The temperature is below -20C in winter. Climbing
Mt. Fuji is allowed only in July and August. It is very dangerous to climb in winter. The temperature on the top is below 0C even in summer. I myself
climbed it in 1996. The Japanese should climb Mt. Fuji at least once in a life! I am enclosing some Japanese craft paper "chiyogami," which I hope
you will appreciate.
Arlington, Virginia, USA (Norman Hill) - Thank you for your WRMI programmes. After a radio dry-spell, I listen again on a Soviet model Olympic 402
shortwave radio.I am a special events manager (safety, communications, audio/video) and social and human services advocate, plus anthropologist
and languages. Wishing you all the best with the new WYFR purchase. Keep up the great work.
Otawara, Tochigi, Japan (Hiroyuki Ogasawara) - I have listened to your radio broadcast at 1220-1259 UTC on 9955 kHz with a religious program.
There was good signal strength. Audio was good and clear. This is my first reception report to your station. I came across your station early this year. I
am very happy because there are a variety of programs. The DX program is helpful particularly. Otawara is a city located in eastern Tochigi Prefecture,
which is in the northern part of the Kanto region north of Tokyo. Otawara is approximately 40 km north of Utsonomiya, the capital of Tochigi, and
approximately 50 km east of the historic city of Nikko. Otawara has a population of about 80,000. I love Otawara because natural water and clean air
are very good.
San Nicolas de los Arroyos, Argentina (Angel Jose Leonardo) - He estado sintonizando últimamente en 9955 kHz. Me gustó "Frecuencia al Dia." Esta
noche es un programa acerca de Albania. Tengo 67 años, soy médico y diexista desde 1956. Tenía entonces 10 años. La onda corta no puede ser
reemplazada por Internet.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (Bob Nagel) - I am happy to hear your broadcasts so well. I have been a DXer for 34 years and I remember the first
broadcasts from WRMI. I wish your station good luck. On 19 January 2014 at 0200-0259 GMT on 7570 kHz I heard "Overcomer Ministries" with
Brother Stair discussing the way to salvation and divine revelation. Also phone calls from listeners.
Horsham, Sussex, England (David Ansell) - On 9th Jan. 2014 at 2100 UTC on 7730 kHz I heard your transmitter site Okeechobee with fair then good
reception with "Brother Stair" Overcomer Ministry -- talk with some gospel music, including original Family Radio tune "To God Be the Glory." Well
done WRMI for rescuing this great shortwave site in Florida. Greetings from southern England.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Andreas Gregor) - Just found your station on the shortwaves. Listening on 9955 kHz.
Karnataka, India (D. Vijaya Krishna Bhat) - I heard WRMI at 1200 UTC 29 January with Viva Miami in Spanish, Radio Prague, and Wavescan.
Bayamo, Granma, Cuba (Maria del Carmen Ramirez) - Estamos escuchandoles muy bien en su emision con un SINPO de 55555 en 9955 y 9495 kHz.
Queria tambien mardarles un saludo y bendiciones para Family Radio, pues visito una iglesia cristiana y pues me es de bendicion escucharles.
Gracias por poderlos escuchar de nuevo. Tambien escucho por sus frecuencia a Radio Praga, Radio Eslovaquia, el Ejercito de Salvacion, La Chispa
Estereo, Viva Miami y otras.
Bayamo, Granma, Cuba (Jorge Verdecia Ramirez) - Hola amigos de RMI. Desde Cuba os saluda su colega y amigo Jorge Verdecia. El proximo dia 13
de febrero cumplo 28 anos. Ustedes no necesitan presentacion. Su voz ilumina mas que su nombre. Son alegres, dinamicos, entusiastas, sinceros y
expresivos, lo cual los convierte en una de las voces mas potentes de United States of America. Sin embargo, eso no les hace diferentes. Se definen
como una emisora con todos sus defectos y virtudes, pero con un gran anhelo de compartir con los pueblos de Latinoamerica, el Caribe y el mundo.
Son una emisora que ha sido destinada a hacer historia, pues su trabajo es motivacion y ejemplo para millones de personas. Y no es su carisma lo
que los ha llevado a esta posicion, sino trabajar siempre de forma tan honesta, dinamica y muy activa. Desde Cuba y de parte de todos los pueblos
de donde llega su voz quisiera enviarles una calurosa felicitacion, deseandoles mas bendiciones de las que ya han recibido y han compartido con
miles de personas. Gracias por todos estos anos de amor y complejidad y por de alguna manera formar parte de nuestras vidas. Saludos desde lo
mas profundo de mi corazon.
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 33
Alcasser, Valencia, Espana (Vicent Mari Mauricio) - Estoy escuchando vuestra emision en ingles en 17790 kHz. La senal es 33333. Conoci a Jeff
White personalmente cuando la conferencia EDXC (Consejo Diexista Europeo) en Madrid hace muchos anos. Estoy feliz que la estacion de WYFR sea
ahora de Uds. Les deseo lo mejor.
Fujisawa, Japan (Nobuya Kato) - Thanks you very much for your daily effort for better programming. This winter many Japanese shortwave listeners
have received North American stations, including WRMI. I am 51 years old, a local civil servant.
Curitiba, Parana, Brasil (Julio Cesar Pereira) - It is February 7th, 0040 GMT and as usual I am ejoying the Blues Radio International on 9955 kHz. I live
downtown and WRMI’s signal is strong enough to beat all the interference and noise. I can listen with the radio’s own whip antenna. SINFO is 55445.
Audio quality is excellent. I am also able to tune in this frequency 600 km down south ina small town where my parents live, and reception is even
better. Keep the blues alive!
Nizhnee Sancheleevo, Samara region, Russia (Vasiliy Lazarev) - I heard you 7 February 2014 at 0230-0300 UTC on 9955 kHz with English-language
programming.
Valle de Chalco Solidaridad, Edo. de Mexico, Mexico (Luis Gerardo Perez Loyola) - Escribiendo esta segunda carta, escuche Frecuencia al Dia a las
2335 UTC en 9955 kHz via Okeechobee, con mi Sony modelo KV-1403R.
Blenheim, New Zealand (Ian Cattermole) - I am pleased to report reception of WRMI with Radio Africa programme in English on 15190 kHz at 2158
UTC. I also heard The Overcomer broadcast on 9495 kHz from 0520-0600 UTC.
Thibodaux, Louisiana, USA (Allan S. Fenix) - I was able to listen to your program Tell the World from South Carolina, mentioning the Books of Psalms
no. 4. Your signal is so strong on my shortwave radio.
St. John’s Wood, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Reginaldo Zucoloto) - I request that you begin broadcasting in Portuguese language to Brazil on shortwave.
Subang-Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia (Timm Breyel) - Greetings once again from Malaysia! I’m pleased to inform you that on 9 February 2014 I had the
good fortune to hear Radio Africa via WRMI on the shortwave frequency of 15190 kHz here in the Kuala Lumpur area.
St. Albert, Alberta, Canada (Richard Lemke) - I heard Mike Pratt talking about his LP “Where I stand.”
Welsum, The Netherlands (E.J. Zijlstra) - At 0844 UTC on 9955 kHz I heard The Overcomer Ministry talking about the American drug problem and a
free book.
Kolkata, India (Babul Gupta) - I’m feeling very excited listening to your station these days. I’m greatly happy in listening to your station broadcasting
the Radio Africa Network.
Pompeu, MG, Brasil (Joao Durval de Abreu) - Frequencia 9955 kHz, SINPO 44444. Otimo sinal aqui no interior de Brasil. Sem interferencia, muito
bom. Se eu sempre conseguir esta sintonia com esta qualidade, vossa emissora crescera muito. Falaram sobre o dia de Lurdes e a palavra do Santo
Padre.
Oceanside, California, USA (Joe) - On 7570 kHz I heard The Overcomer with great reception. I wish you could do news programming and conservative
programming.
Tokyo, Japan (Hirobumi Sato) - I heard WRMI at 1229 UTC on 9955 kHz with a weak signal.
Mentor, Ohio, USA (Lee Silvi) - I am happy you continue your shortwave broadcasts to the world and enjoy many of the programs, although I prefer
music and news programs such as Blues Radio, Radio Prague, Radio Slovakia, Adventist World Radio.
Cusco, Peru (Carlos Gamarra) - Recibido hoy 13 de febrero en la banda de 31 metros mediante un receptor Zenith Trans-Oceanic con retransmision
de Radio Praga. Luego La Voz de Eslovaquia.
Prudhoe Bay, Alaska (Bill Henry) - I am an amateur radio operator who listened to you from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska on the Beaufort Sea of the Arctic
Ocean. Quality was excellent. I was also able to pick you up while on vacation in Huntsville, Alabama in good quality and strength.
Mayari, Holguin, Cuba (Rafael Yosiel Vera Almira) - Escucho Radio Miami Internacional con buena intensidad de senal, y estoy escuchando desde
hace dias a Radio Praga, a Radio Eslovaquia Internacional, y todas se reciben muy bien. Muchas gracias por estar siempre brindando informacion al
mundo y a Cuba.
Wakayama, Japan (Tomoaki Wagai) - At 0858 UTC on 7570 kHz I heard an announcement of The Overcomer Ministry. Signal was fair. I feel your
frequency is correct. In Japan it has been easy to receive since your new transmitter site in Okeechobee.
Camana, Arequipa, Peru (Francisco Llerena Vega) - Escuche Frecuencia al Dia on Dino Bloise a las 1200 UTC.
Caruaru, Pernambuco, Brazil (Antonio Avelino da Silva) - On 9955 kHz I heard Radio Slovakia International in English on my Degen DE 1103 receiver.
Rapallo, Genova, Italy (Luca Botto Fiora) - I have heard your station at 0100 hours UTC on 9955 kHz. The strength was fair.Miami, Florida, USA
(Augusto Brun) - Quiero recibir la senal de ustedes en Internet.
Mar del Plata, Argentina (Claudio Martijena) - Escuche Maravillosas Palabras de Vida con el mensaje de hoy, Adan y Eva Desobedecen, en la voz de
Mario Maldonado. La senal de WRMI llega con aceptable potencia. Gracias a las notables mejoras en la calidad de recepcion en esta zona de
Argentina, la programacion de WRMI en horario nocturno puede disfrutarse con la calidad que la misma merece. Tambien quiero dirigirme a ustedes
a efectos de hacerles llegar un informe de las emisiones de Family Radio desde el nuevo transmisor de WRMI situado en Okeechobee, Florida, a
traves de la frecuencia de 13,695 kHz. Las condiciones de recepcion eran SINPO 45444 (buenas). Escuche “El Sonido de la Nueva Vida.” La senal
llega con buena intensidad a esta zona ubicada sobre la costa del Oceano Atlantico, sin interferencias.
Wichita, Kansas, USA (Shaun Halstead) - At 0310 UTC on 9955 kHz very clean, intelligible.
Via Internet, location not given (Bruce Kempf) - On 7570 kHz at 11:30 pm EST listening to Brother Stair. Very nice signal.
Ibitinga, SP, Brasil (Edmilson Sbragi) - Escuche el programa en idioma portugues, Francisco y Ernesto, con preguntas y respuestas acerca de la
religion y cuestiones biblicas. Al final del programa se anuncio una direccion postal en New York. Muy buena calidad. WRMI, excelente programacion
y muy variable, teniendo muchas opciones de programas para escucharse. Que sigue con excelente recepcion y congratulaciones tambien por
nuevas opciones y nuevos programas.
Vedado, Havana, Cuba (Frank Martinez) - I attach a reception report of Radio Praga at 1315 UTC on 9955 kHz with SINPO 55555. There was sport
news and an interview of a photographer in English.
Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA (Scott Webster) - I heard the end of Blues Radio International on 9955 kHz. Very clear. Sorry I did not tune in earlier.
Great blues music.
Cairo, Egypt (Tarek Zeidan) - I hope all is well there in Florida. Attached is a file with the recording of The Overcomer on 9840 kHz. I gotta say the
reception is really good in Cairo. I picked up The Overcomer at around 0451 UTC and as usual it was mainly brother Stair preaching in the name of the
Lord.
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 34
Mendoza, Argentina (Jorge Enrique Guerrero) - Les envio un informe de recepcion, realizado durante un paseo por el Parque General San Martin de la
provincia Mendoza, Argentina con un equipo portatil y antena telescopica. Soy un seguidor del excelente trabajo que realiza Daniel Camporini
[productor del programa Historias de Radio], al poder recepcionar vuestra emisora con un equipo de radio tan basico. Como no disponia de grabador
en ese momento, grabe una parte del programa con mi telefono celular.
Elkridge, Maryland, USA (Bill Harms) - On 25 February 2014 I heard 17790 and 15190 kHz with SINPO 34443.
Savannah, Tennessee, USA (James Bomar) - Excellent signal strength on 9955 kHz.
Suellwarden, Germany (Jurgen Bartels) - Just to let you know of reception at around 1700 UTC on 17790 kHz.
Valencia, Espana (Juan Coba Femenia) - Les confirmo que he recibido una bonita tarjeta QSL de WRMI correspondiente a mi ultimo informe de sus
emisiones hacia Europa. Estoy muy agradecido por ello y seguire colaborando con Uds. Un saludo cordial desde Espana.
Atotonilquillo, Jalisco, Mexico (Jese David Gutierrez Cuevas) - Les saluda su amigo y escucha Jese Gutierrez desde Jalisco, Mexico, en esta ocasion
para enviar un informe de recepcion y felicitarlos por sus emisiones en los 7730 kHz de Radio Taiwan Internacional. Disfrute de su calidad que en
algunos momentos lograba un SINPO de 55555. Felicidades.
Natters, Austria (Wolfgang Gargitter) - On 9955 kHz I heard Maravillosas Palabras in Spanish, Sound Doctrine, Bible Commentary, Blues Radio
International and Word for the World. between 0100-0300 UTC on 27 January. Rather good reception here in Europe. Very helpful and encouraging
broadcasts. I wish you all the best with your new transmitter station in Okeechobee. Hearty greetings from your listener in Tyrol, Austria.
Covington, Washington, USA (Doug Tilley) - I very much appreciate your time and effort and enjoy listening to WRMI now that reception is MUCH
better in the NOrthwest than the Miami transmitter!
Gaffney, South Carolina, USA (Doris Mullinax) - I listened to Brother Stair on 9955 kHz of my shortwave radio February 17. I could hear his voice
plainly. Thank you so much. I’ve been a widow for 16 years and enjoy the shortwave radio. I’m not much of a TV person.
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (Danielle Marie Kopp) - I heard Wavescan with a preview of the World Radio TV Handbook and Frank Sinatra singing “My Way,”
then Sports Scoreboard. Good signal.
Fomento, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba (Yasmany Machado) - Soy oyente de la Voz de America, WRMI y otras emisoras nortenas, cristianas o no. Soy
cristiano metodista, 25 de edad, diexista desde el 2004, Presidente del Club Internacional Diexismo y Amistad. He escrito a WRMI y me envio un email. Sugiero de favor al directivo de WRMI para que se difunda los programas retransmitidos de Radio Praga, Eslovaquia y Frecuencia al Dia de Dino
Bloise. Si no es por onda corta, nada puede oir el cubano, solo se oyen por WRMI los programas.
Prairie Village, Kansas, USA (Wendel Craighead) - I heard Radio Libertad on Thursday, January 23.
Wakayama, Japan (Tomoaki Wagai) - On March 12, 2014 at 1126-1215 UTC on 9955 kHz I heard WRMI in English. The signal power was fair. I’m
feeling WRMI’s frequencies are correct. I think transmission quality is good. It’s easy to receive this frequency. I think reception conditions on 7570
kHz are good also. I think the chances for me to receive probably will increase now.
North Chelmsford, Massachusetts, USA (John Fisher) - I would like to thank you for the special SWL Winterfest broadcast. My company had laid off
100 folks, myself included. So I thought it best to stay up here in the frigid north and hang on to my $$$. Hopefully I can go to the Winterfest next
year. The broadcast made me feel a part of the Fest. A big thank you to you. I was thrilled with the broadcast. Thanks again for making this, via radio,
a very fun evening.
Kanagawa, Japan (Masaru Sekimoto) - I’m glad to catch your program. I had a good time listening to your English program on 7455 kHz with the
program “TruNews.” I’m interested in WRMI’s programs. I can hear your program more and more since December 2013.
WRMI Radio Miami International - 175 Fontainebleau Blvd., Suite 1N4 - Miami, Florida 33172 USA
Tel +1-305-559-9764 Fax +1-305-559-8186 E-mail: [email protected]
www.wrmi.net
Dino Bloise
Falleció Luisa Mahé de Bernal
Falleció Luisa Mahé de Bernal, fundadora de Radio Santa Fe (1070 Khz)
Tras una larga enfermedad murió Luisa Mahé de Bernal. Su fallecimiento coincidió con el
aniversario número 76 de la creación de Radio Santa Fe.
Luisa Mahé deja un gran legado en la radio colombiana. Considerada la gran dama de la radio,
fue fundadora, locutora, programadora y gerente de Radio Santa Fe. Una de las primeras
mujeres que impulsó un proyecto de tal magnitud, junto a su esposo, Hernando Bernal Andrade,
quien falleció en 1962.
Hernando Bernal y Luisa Mahé alternaban la totalidad de las funciones de la emisora, que en
conmemoración de cuatro siglos de la capital de la República, fue bautizada Radio Santa Fe.
Hernando trabajaba todo el día entre micrófonos, cables y transmisores, mientras Luisa escogía
las melodías y las anunciaba en la emisora.
Luego del fallecimiento de Bernal, Luisa Mahé enfrentó el reto de continuar con la emisora, con
el apoyo de sus hijas asumieron la tarea de continuar con el legado
http://www.eltiempo.com/estilo-de-vida/gente/muerte-de-maria-luisa-mahe-fundadora-deradio-santa-fe/14053700
http://www.radiosantafe.com/2014/05/28/murio-la-gran-dama-de-la-radio-luisa-mahe-debernal-fundadora-de-radio-santa-fe/
[Lista ConDig - RAFAEL RODRIGUEZ]
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Dino Bloise
Invitación
Hola. La invitación a visitarnos en: https://www.facebook.com/groups/140003342701545/
Glenn Hauser
Logs May 31-June 1, 2014
** CHINA [and non]. 17790, June 1 at 0607, Chinese with CCI, poor and with fast SAH, i.e. CNR1 jamming vs RFA Chinese via SAIPAN this hour only.
21690, June 1 at 0608, very poor in Chinese, not // 17790. This hour`s target is RFA Tibetan via UAE; ergo the Chinese on 21690 is CNR1 jamming,
while the dominant signal on 17790 was really RFA.
19010, June 1 at 1348, CNR1 jammer with children`s choir, Sunday evening serious music show, good signal on the Sunday-only RFA Tibetan via
Kuwait frequency at 11-12 & 13-14
16100, June 1 at 1350, CNR1 jammer, good with flutter; no 18s or 17s
15195, June 1 at 1352, FIREDRAKE jammer, fair and dominant; haven`t heard good ol` FD in quite a while; 15115 & 15265 are still with CNR1
jamming and CCI, hets
13850, June 1 at 1353, CNR1 jammer, good but with 13845 WWCR ACI; none in the 14s or 12s (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 15230, May 31 at 2211, RHC just barely modulated, peaks only audible, seems Portuguese as scheduled.
15370, May 31 at 2242, RHC ``ainsi ce termine le journal parlé de Radio Habane-Cuba`` the quaint French terminology for radio news as
``spoken newspaper``. Poor but better than 15230 Portuguese (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** KUWAIT. 17550, May 31 at 2212, R. Kuwait, Arabic to C&W N America, good signal in drama mixed with some music; SSOB, better than 17850
Spain or 17860 Australia; after 2230 mostly music enjoyed past 2315 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LITENING DIGEST)
** SOUTH CAROLINA [non]. A new month, and Brother Scare must have showered some more cash upon Okeechobee, beefing up his hours on WRMI,
suddenly on additional frequencies, as monitored early June 1:
11825, June 1 at 0613, VG signal on a frequency WRMI TOM`d before in the daytime. Immediately confirmed WRMI as source since it`s
synchronized with 7570, and not synch with 3185 WWRB, 7365 WHRI, 5890 WWCR, nor 5085 WTWW. However, 11825 is slightly out of synch with
9955 WRMI, maybe different program feed routing. I keep bandscanning and find two more new WRMI/TOM frequencies with confirmed
synchronization!
5015, June 1 at 0625, poor with BS, not especially strong and with music splash from 5025 Cuba. Jeff White had originally planned to activate WRMI
on 60 meters via 5030, which would have been even worse, and we advised him against it, but did NOT suggest 5015. As of June 1, the HFCC Public
schedule has not been updated since May 23, and still shows 5030 registered A-14 for ``YFR`` 24 hours in ``Spanish`` at 160 degrees, and
nothing on 5015!
Ron Howard warns, ``Hi Glenn, Bad news for SIBC (Solomon Islands) on 5014.9 kHz. On June 1 Dave Valko, et al., were hearing WRMI, with Brother
Stair programming, on 5015 about 0935 and 1000 UT, totally blocking SIBC. A test or a new schedule? What a terrible frequency for them to pick,
especially as SIBC has been silent for a long time now on 9545, leaving 5014.9 as their only active SW frequency. Ron, Vacationing in San
Francisco`` Bad, but not that bad: isn`t SIBC really on 5019.9?
5950, June 1 at 0629, yet another new frequency for BS via WRMI // synchro 5015 and 11825. 5950 is of course an ancient WYFR frequency. This
one has also been registered for A-14 as 24 hours at 181 degrees,
in ``Spanish`` but not activated until now.
11825 is still going at 1347 and 1604 chex. However, I am no longer hearing WRMI BS on 9690 at 1357 or 1604, good news for INDIA if it`s really
gone, unblocking the AIR GOS at 1330-1500. Still on 15770.
Nor was I hearing 15190 WRMI BS at 0613 when I discovered the bigsig on 11825; a JBA carrier however on 15190, which was beamed toward
Equatorial Guinea, marginal here in the nightmiddle.
WRMI`s graphic frequency schedule is inaccessible, claiming I need to log in, but even then blocked by Google claiming I need ``permission`` to
view it! So the full extent of TOM via WRMI is yet to be updated.
7365, June 1 at 0623, I happen to be checking BS on WHRI, when he is beating his chest that unlike the ``Pope of Rome or major Protestant
preachers`` he is on the air 24 hours every single day on ``30 or 40 different transmitters, frequencies``. This however is an old clip, nothing new
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SRI LANKA. 7585, June 1 circa 0040, upbeat ME music, fair signal, no doubt R. Farda as scheduled via Iranawila until 0130. A bit surprised that
even this 250 kW, 310 degree signal would be making it transpolarly into Briggs Auditorium at NOC, Enid on the G8 portable with whip only. Not that I
had to DX instead of paying attention to the dance performance, but had just quick-checked WOR on WRMI 9495, also penetrating (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1723 monitoring: confirmed on WTWW-2, 9930, just after 2330 UT Saturday May 31. Also confirmed on WTWW-1,
5830, just after 0400 UT Sunday June 1.
The WRMI-14 airing, UT Sunday June 1 at 0030 on 9495, also confirmed but as usual with last week`s WOR, 1722: I was checking on the G8 inside
Briggs Auditorium, Northern Oklahoma College, Enid, during a dance performance. That venue is no Faraday cage. Now with half the people in the
audience fiddling with their bright mobile devices during a performance, I feel less obvious tuning a hand-held radio, with a dim but adequate dial
light, altho the whip does stick out.
Next WOR 1723: UT Monday 0300 on Area 51 via WBCQ, 5110v-CUSB. Tuesday 1100 & Wednesday 1315 on WRMI, 9955. Wednesday 0630 &
1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio, 7265-CUSB. Wednesday (& probably Thursday) 2100 on WBCQ, 7490 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 12105, May 31 at 2214, WTWW-3 VG in Arabic now, dramatized Bible reading, presumably (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7385, Sat May 31 after 0500, no signal from WHRI, which Ivo Ivanov says has been registered effective May 26 for a new daily transmission
at 0500-0530, 315 degrees to WNAm, external customer?
15670, also no signal Sat May 31 after 2200, but which Ivo says is supposed to be 2200-2230 M-F only, 260 degrees to Mexico, external customer?
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WRMI: see SOUTH CAROLINA [non]
** U S A. 1530, June 1 at 0604 UT, not much music clearly in the mix, but 0605 UT canned ID by YL really cuts thru the QRM: ``Playing the best
southern gospel music, KLBW 1530 The Light and KLBW1530.com`` as this New Boston TX 2.5 kW daytimer continues cheating (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 9989-USB, June 1 at 0617, Spanish 2-way (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Dan Ferguson
Escuchas
BBC has added 10 hours of shortwave transmissions in English to South. East Asia after the coup in Thailand, as follows:
0100-0300 11600 via Kranji, Singapore, 250 kw, 0 degrees
0300-0500 7370 via Nakhon Sawan, Thailand, 250 kw, ND
0500-1100 11700 via Kranji, Singapore, 250 kw, 0 degrees
Dan Ferguson
Combined SWBC skeds (Aoki/EiBi/HFCC/others): http://groups.yahoo.com/group/swskeds/
Donations: If you like my schedule files buy me a beer, drink it for me, then tell me how much I enjoyed it.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/shortwave-radio Live swbc dx chat: #swl on Starchat.net IRC
Roland - PY4ZBZ
Escuchas
Escutei o satélite ARTSAT/INVADER em CW com o SDR FuncubeDongle e Yagi caseira de 6 elementos.
Hoje recebi um interessantíssimo cartão QSL, com 1 mm de espessura, gravado a laser, personalizado com um mapa com um furo na posição do
meu QTH !
Uma verdadeira obra de ARTE, que justifica o nome do satélite !
O cartão é preto, e a gravação em baixo-relevo, também preta, e é visível inclinando-se mais ou menos o cartão na mão e contra a luz. Alterei a
correção gamma para que a gravação seja visível na reprodução seguinte, o que alterou a cor do cartão de preto para cinza.
Vejam aqui: http://www.qsl.net/py4zbz/artsat.htm
José Ronaldo Xavier
Escuchas
JRX Logs May 26, 2014
COUNTRY (ITU) KHz Date UTC ITU Station,Location/Relay,Program Details,SINPO
ANGUILA (AIA)
1610 20/05/14 0047 AIA The Caribbean Beacon,The Valley,EE,Pastor faz pregação cristã;f/out,f/in,35433.
BRAZIL (B)
04885 05/26 0308 B R.Clube do Pará,Belém-PA,PP,prgr.in Portuguese;Anns.,Id.,cms.abt.World Cup 2014;fair log,35432.
ALAGOAS (AL)
1490 20/05/14 1927 B Emissora Rio São Francisco,Penedo-AL,PP,px.de mxs.sertanejas Varanda Rural;Id.,Anns.,35432.
1020 22/05/2014 0228 B R.Jovem Pan,Maceió-AL,PP,Futebol:Atlétici PR 0x1 Corinthians;Anns.diverso,Id.,44443.
1260 23/05/2014 1005 B R.Gazeta de Alagoas,Maceió-AL,PP,Noticiário,Id.,35443.
1260 24/05/2014 0055 B R.Gazeta de Alagoas,Maceió-AL,PP,Notícias;Id.,anns.,44433.
BAHIA (BA)
(BA
1570 20/05/14 0008 B R.Povo,Jaguaquara-BA,PP,px.musical Estúpido Cupido;mxs.Caubí,O.Dias...,44433.
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1600
1600
20/05/14 0030 B R.Vox,Muritiba-BA,PP,mxs.norteamericanas década 70;Id.:R.Vox AM,uma empresa do Grupo Ômega;44443.
20/05/14 1959 B R.Vox,Muritiba-BA,PP,50o.Aniversário da Vox AM;aguardem a Vox FM;Anns.de Prefeituras da região; Id. várias vezes,;
px.Arrocha,w/Bel Dias,45443.
0870 25/05/2014 2337 B R.Cidade,Juazeiro-BA,PP,px.rlg.espírita;em rede com a R.Boas Novas (RBR);nxs.da América;Id.,addr.em PP e
SS,35432.
CEARÁ (CE)
0860 25/05/2014 2303 B R.Cidade,Fortaleza-CE,PP,px.Show do Povo;nxs,cxs.abt.futebol;atende ao telefone;Anns.,Id.,34442.
RIO DE JANEIRO (RJ)
0860 25/05/2014 2311 b R.CBN Rio,R.de Janeiro-RJ,PP,Futebol:Botafogo 1x1 Vitória;Id.,34443.
MINAS GERAIS (MG)
0880 25/05/2014 2245 B R.Inconfidência,B.Horizonte-MG,PP,Futebol:Inter 1x1 Cruzeiro;T.=7,5C em Caxias do Sul;Id.,45443.
PARAÍBA (PB)
1400 19/05/14 2340 B R.Espinharas de Patos,Patos-PB,PP,px.Saudade,teu nome é Música;apresentado por J.Saldanha,Id.,f/out,f/in,34432.
0590 19/05/14 2359 B R.Serrana,Araruna-PB,PP,px musical,Id.,44433.
1550 20/05/14 1830 B R.Jardim da Borborema,Areia-PB,PP,px.de mxs.sertanejas,Id.,45444.
1310 24/05/2014 0111 B R.Cidade Esperança,Esperança-PB,PP,px.rlg.,Anns.vs.,45444.
1350 24/05/2014 0128 B R.Clube,Campina Grande-PB,mxs.gospel;px.rlg.da Assembleia de Deus,34443.
PERNAMBUCO (PE)
1470 20/05/14 0055 B R.Papacaça,Bom Conselho-PE,PP,px.musical Amor dentro da Noite,Id.,44433.
1130 20/05/14 0140 R.Cultura do Nordeste,Caruarú-PE,PP,px.w/ mxs.bregas,Id.,44433.
1480 20/05/14 1945 B R. A Voz do Setão,Serra talhada-PE,cxs.abt.situação político-administrativa em Serra Talhada;f/out.f/in,35432.
1500 21/05/14 0740 B R.Pajeú,Afogados da Ingazeira-PE,PP,px.Acorda Sertão;Anns.vários,Id.,Prefixo;brevemente,inauguração do Museu do
Rádio de Afogados,o 1o.museu do rádio de Pernambuco,45443.
1570 22/05/2014 0150 B R.Asa Branca,Salgueiro-PE,PP,px.Show Católico,w/pe.R.Manzotti e outros;Id.R.Asa Branca AM;h.certa,34443.
1010 22/05/2014 0215 B R.CBN Fortaleza,Fortaleza-CE,PP,Futebol:Fluminense 3x2 S.Paulo;Id.,45433.
1030 22/05/2014 0243 B R.Olinda,Olinda-PE,cxs.abt.jogos de hoje;Anns.vs.,Id.,35443.
RIO GRANDE DO NORTE (RN)
1060 22/05/2014 0250 B R.Tapuyo,Mossoró-RN,Futebol:finais de Fluminense 5x2 S.Paulo;em rede com A R.Tupy de S.Paulo; Id. R. Tapuyo
emissora do sistema RPC;45444.
1190 23/05/2014 1020 B R.CBN Natal,Natal-RN,PP,px.Jornal da CBN;Id.,35443.
RIO GRANDE DO SUL (RS)
0600 19/05/14 2349 B R.Gaucha,P.Alegre-RS,PP,Id.,Sucesso Musical,f/out,f/in,34431.
CUBA (CUB)
13740 05/26 0324 CUB RHC,Habana,SS,prgr.in Spanish;Newsletter;Id.,very good transmission,45444.
GREECE (GRC)
15630 05/26 0354 GRC ERT3,Rly.Avlis,GR,prgr.in Greek lang; a musical prgr.;poor transmision today;35432. // 9420kHz,very poor or
inaudible,25441; //7475kHz,s/off.
IRAN (IRN)
11925 05/26 0317 IRN VOIRI,Teheran,Rly.Kamalabad,RR,fv.presents a prgr.in Russian lang.,music,Id.,IS,s/off at 0327;fair transmission,35443.
JAPAN (J)
12015 05/26 0411 J R.Japan,Tokyo,Rly.Furman,SC,USA,SS,prgr.in Spanish;Newsletter of R.Japan;Japanese class:Lesson 8;excellent signal and
propagation,55555.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AMERICA (USA)
09955 05/26 0344 USA WRMI,Okeechobee,FL,SS,prgr.DX in Spanish "Frecuencia al Día" by Dino Bloise;Id.,jamming disturb this
transmission,33432.
12020 05/26 0344 USA VOA Deewa Radio,Washington,Rly.Kuwait,PS,prgr.in Pashto lang;News:Obama speech;Id.,Web addr.,35443.
JRX Logs May 27-28, 2014.
COUNTRY (ITU) KHz Date UTC ITU Station,Location/Relay,Language,Program Details,SINPO.
BANGLADESH (BGD)
13580 05/27 1743 BGD Bangladesh Betar,Dhaka,EE,prgr.in English;IS,start prgr.at 1745;Id.,freqs.,Int.Sce;mv.presents a Newsletter;45433.
CUBA (CUB)
05025 05/28 0030 CUB R.Rebelde,Bauta,SS,prgr.in Spanish;Sports newsletter;Id.website addr.,35443.
04765 05/28 0049 CUB R.Progreso,Quivican,SS,prgr.in Spanish;variety songs;Id.,35432.
FRANCE (F)
17850 05/05 1722 F RFI,Paris,Rly.Issoudun,FF,prgr.in French;french music;fv.presents Id. and News at 1730,45444.
GREECE (GRC)
07475 05/28 0038 GRC ERT,Avlis,GR,prgr.in Greek lang;a musical prgr.,35433.
INDIA (IND)
11620 05/27 0115 IND All India R.,N.Delhi,Rly.Bangalore,UR,prgr.in Urdu lang.;traditional indian musics;Id.,web addr.,45433.
12025 05/27 1810 IND All India R.,Rly.Panaji,ML,prgr.in Malayalan lang.;mv.talks;Indian songs;Id.,45444.
OMAN (OMA)
13600 05/27 0227 OMA R.Sultanate of Oman,Rly.Thumrait,AA,prgr.in Arabic;on air,but poor or very poor;25432.
15140 05/27 1737 OMA R.Sultanate of Oman,Rly.Thumrait,AA,prgr.in Arabic lang.;25432.
PAKISTAN (PAK)
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17830 05/27 0135 PAk R.Pakistan,Islamabad,UR,prgr.in Urdu;25432. //15730kHz,on air,but very poor or inaudible.
PHILIPPINES (PHL)
09925 05/27 1758 PHL R.Pilipinas,Rly.Tinang,EE/TL,prgr.in English and Tagalog langs.;Id.,45544.
ROMANIA (ROU)
09700 05/27 0144 ROU RRI,Rly.Tiganesti,FF,prgr.in French;Id.,The romanian folklore songs;Id.,freq.schedule in French,IS,s/off at 0156,55444.
09520 05/27 0158 ROU RRI,Rly.Galbeni,SS,start prgr.in Spanish at 0200;IS,Id.,freq.schedule in spanish;The News:Presidential elections in
Ukraine;Actuality;55444.
SAUDI ARABIA (ARS)
09555 05/27 1831 ARS R.Riyad,AA,mv.presents a prgr.in Arabic;45433.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)
11695 05/27 0245 USA RFA,Washington,Rly.Dhabbaya,UAE,TB,prgr.in Tibetan lang.;mv.talks in tibetan;break music,35443.
15720 05/27 1820 USA VOA,Washington,Rly.Selebi Phikwe,BOT,PP,prgr.in Portuguese;music;cms.abt.Ukraine crisis,45444.
09400 05/28 0117 USA RFA,Washington,Rly.Sitkunai,LTU,UY,prgr.in Uyghur lang.;mv.talks,45443.
VATICAN CITY STATE (CVA)
07335 05/27 0217 CVA Vatican R.,Rly.S.M.di Galeria,AR,prgr.in Armenian lang.;cms.abt. Pope Francisco travel to Middle East;Pope spreaching in
Italian lang.,55544.
SWL: Jose Ronaldo Xavier (JRX) - Receiver: Degen DE1101 - Antenna: Longwire - Location logs: Cabedelo - Paraiba - Brazil
Claudio Galaz
Escuchas
** ARGENTINA
780
R.LIBERTADOR 31/05 2111 UT. Canción «Cerca de la revolución» de Charlie Garcia y avisos de la provincia de Mendoza. SINPO: 45454.
1200 UNID. 30/05 0415 UT. Música folclórica del noroeste argentino. SINFO: 24422
** BOLIVIA
6135 R.SANTA CRUZ 31/5 0125 UT. Música pop en castellano. SINPO: 54444 con leve heterodino de R.Aparecida.
** BRAZIL
940
S.R.BOA VONTADE 01/06 0525 UT. Vía Rio de Janeiro. Programa de niños que hablan de las ayudas a los pobres y la importancia de las
buenas obras. SINFO: 44433.
11780 RÁDIO NACIONAL DO AMAZÔNIA. 30/05 0027 UT Canción de Roberto Carlos y avisos de la emisora. A las 0031, se vuelve a un programa
en donde el locutor habla sobre el rol de la radio pública y de los auditores de Brasilia con SINPO: 45444 // 6180 con SINPO: 45343 //
6000 con heterodino, aunque se escucha una emisora en portugués con programación distinta a RNB que cuando pasa música, en 6000 se
encuentra una locutor hablando ¿ R. Guaiba con SINPO: 33433 ?
** CHILE
920
R. NUEVE VEINTE 31/05 2310 UT. Vía Temuco. Avisos de reunión de alabanza para el día 21 de Junio. SINFO: 43343 con interferencia de
RN del Paraguay. No obstante, la señal de Nueve Veinte entra más fuerte de lo normal.
1200 R.AGRICULTURA. 31/05 2250 UT. Vía Los Angeles. Programa deportivo. SINFO: 33343
1510 R.ALVAREZ SIERRA. 31/05 2053 UT. Vía Illapel. Música en castellano. SINPO: 33422. Interferencias de R. Poder Pentecostal.
6925 RCW 01/06 0045 UT. Música chilena de los 60's. SINPO: 35343.
** COLOMBIA
1070 Q'Hubo Radio 01/06 0237 UT. Vía Bogotá. Id de la emisora como: «Una emisora que sirve» en los 1070 de Radio Santa Fe, hora local,
avisos de la emisora y pasa a un espacio de música de vallenatos y baladas. SINFO: 34433.
** CUBA
6000 RHC 30/05 0132 UT. Hombre da noticias sobre Cuba en inglés sobre Santiago Álvarez. SINPO: 43343 con leve heterodino de otra emisora
que no es posible captar. // 6165 con SINPO: 25232
5040 RHC 30/05 0205 UT. Informaciones sobre la visita de la diputada cubana Mariela Castro a Uruguay. SINPO: 33333 // 6060 SINPO:
33333 // 6070 SINPO: 32222 // 9550 no se escucha // 9810 con SINPO: 45343 // 11670 SINPO: 53433 // 11840 SINPO: 55555 //
13740 SINPO: 55555// 15230 SINPO: 55444.
** JAPAN [NON]
12015 NHK 28/05 0422 ut. Reportaje sobre la introducción de dibujos animados de origen japonés en Nigeria. Finaliza sus transmisiones a las
0430. SINPO: 45333
** MEXICO [and non]
6185 R. EDUCACIÓN [pretendida] 30/05 0217 UT. Música con audio bajo, tal como lo reportó Maurits Van Driessche a la lista HCDX desde
Bélgica a las 0145. SINPO: 33333, con heterodino de otra emisora que posiblemente sea R. Vaticana desde Santa María di Galería y que
permanece hasta las 0231 con portadora. Desde las 0232 y especialmente desde las 0235, R. Educación con SINPO: 35343, aún con bajo
audio.
** PARAGUAY
610
ZP 30-LV DEL CHACO 28/05 0433 UT. Música y devocionales con identificaciones de la cadena Alas-HCJB. SINFO: 35433
800
R. MBARACAYÚ 30/05 0450 UT. Música folclórica paraguaya con SINFO: 43443
920
RNP 30/05 0331 UT. ID de la emisora y programa con música folclórica como polcas o chámame. SINFO: 45444
** PERU
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1470
1500
1560
5980
5980
** USA
7555
9955
R.CAPITAL 30/05 0435 UT. Programa sobre sexo y avisos de la emisora. SINFO: 34433
R.STA ROSA 01/06 0350 UT. Vía Lima. ID de la emisora y cumbias serranas. SINFO: 33443
R.LA LUZ 01/06 0412 UT. Vía Arequipa. Cumbias serranas religiosas e ID. SINFO: 34433.
R.CHASKI 30/05 0042 UT. Programa “El amor que vale” con buena modulación. SINPO: 45343.
R.CHASKI 31/5 0105 UT. Id de la emisora, devocional, música instrumental, avisos de la emisora y música hasta su cierre. SINPO: 55444.
KJES 30/05 0155 UT. Portadora abierta con una baja modulación. SINPO: 25121
WRMI 30/05 0101 UT. Programa “Antena DX” con informaciones tecnológicas generales (sección ultra definición) con espacios de música
y mensajes de índole cristiana para Venezuela. Desde las 0110 comienza un espacio diexista con grabaciones, datos de la producción del
programa (de La Chispa Estéreo, Panamá), informaciones sobre concursos de emisoras y las señales de intervalos que ocupan las emisoras.
A las 0115 en adelante, se recuerda la labor de la radio en la época de la dictadura salvadoreña y el papel de Monseñor Romero, a cargo de
“Todo noticias” de Radio Televisión de España. A las 0125 UT, se leen las cartas de auditores y fin a las 0129. SINPO: 55444
17775 KVOH 30/05 1303 UT. Música y avisos de oración. SINPO: 35443
** ZAMBIA
5915 NBC RADIO 1 28/05 0455 UT. Dialogos en un idioma africano sin identificación. SINPO: 34333. Señal con leve siseo de NHK desde 5910
Claudio Galaz - Rx: Tecsun PL-660, Antena: hilo 30 metros- QTH: Ovalle centro IV región, Chile
Roberto Pavanello
Escuchas
Il 28/05/2014 23:32, [email protected] ha scritto: R. Dutchwing 6423 KHz - [email protected] con QSL elettronica allegata in 67 giorni.
Tata Apache
Escuchas
144,000 MHz. 144,050 MHz. CW - Fonía (FM) – Comunicaciones vía satélite (TLT (i))
144,050 MHz. 144,060 MHz. Radiofaros
144,060 MHz. 144,100 MHz. CW - Fonía (FM – BLU) – Digimodos (c)
144,100 MHz. 144,200 MHz. CW - Fonía (BLU-FM) – Comunicaciones vía satélite (TLT (i))
144,200 MHz. 144,300 MHz. CW – Fonía (BLU-FM)
144,300 MHz. 144,430 MHz. CW - Fonía (FM–BLU) – Digimodos (c) - Comunicaciones vía satélite
144,430 MHz. 144,500 MHz. Comunicaciones vía satélite
144,500 MHz. 144,600 MHz. Fonía (BLU-FM) – Digimodos (c) (h)
16144,600 MHz. 144,900 MHz. Fonía (FM) – Entrada de Repetidoras (g)
144,900 MHz. 145,000 MHz. Fonía (FM) - Digimodos (c) (h)
145,000 MHz. 145,190 MHz. Digimodos ( c ) (h)
145,190 MHz. 145,500 MHz. Fonía (FM) – Salida de Repetidoras (g)
145,500 MHz. 145,780 MHz. Fonía (FM) – Digimodos (c) (h) – Imagen – Comunicaciones vía satélite
145,780 MHz. 146,000 MHz. Comunicaciones vía satélite
146,000 MHz. 146,400 MHz. Fonía (FM) – Entrada de Repetidoras (g)
146,400 MHz. 146,600 MHz. Fonía (FM)
146,600 MHz. 147,400 MHz. Fonía (FM) – Salida de Repetidoras (g)
147,400 MHz. 147,600 MHz. Fonía (FM)
147,600 MHz. 148,000 MHz. Fonía (FM) – Entrada de Repetidoras (g)
Miguel Castellino
Escuchas
Esta mañana 28 mayo, pude esuchar, por primera vez en Mendoza Radio Armonía Osorno en 1050 (la había escuchado en mi reciente viaje al Sur de
Chile), a esta emisora, aprovechando que la propagación hacia el Este era casi nula (no entraban ni LV27 San Francisco ni el SODRE). La escucha
fue antes de las 10:00 UTC dando dirección web (armonía.cl) y con menciones a "canciones que hacen bien".
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 40
Alokesh Gupta
Escuchas
HFCC International Disaster Relief Project
The HFCC's International Radio for Disaster Relief project is still on track for a major test of international shortwave broadcasters on June 5 & 6. The
HFCC states that the test will focus on CIRAF Zone 54, Indonesia.
HFCC Tentative scheduling during Jakarta Media Summit June 5 & 6, 2014
0200 - 0230 UTC Radio Australia
Shepparton
Australia
21840 kHz
0230 - 0530
BBC
Nakhon
Thailand
15650
0500 - 0530
Radio Vatican
Santa Maria
Vatican
21840
0530 - 0600
SLBC
Trincomalee
Sri Lanka
15650
0730 - 0800
MGLOB
Talata
Madagascar
21840 250 kW
0800 - 0830
VOA
Thailand or
Philippines
15650 or 21840 TBA
0830 - 0900
VOA
Thailand or
Philippines
15650 or 21840 TBA
0830 - 0900
NHK-WRN
Medorm
Palau
15650
0900 - 0930
VOA
Thailand or
Philippines
TBA
0930 - 1000
VOA
Thailand or
Philippines
TBA
1000 - 1030
AIR
Bangalore
India
15 or 17 MHz 500 kW
1030 - 1100
CRI
Beijing
China
21840
1100 - 1130
KTWR
Merizo
Guam
15650
TBA
FEBC
Manila
Philippines TBA
(Source : Dr.Adrian Peterson, Adventist World Radio)
Alokesh Gupta - New Delhi, India
Zacharias Liangas
Escuchas
Please reply to [email protected] - Logs 23/5 - http://zliangaslogs.blogspot.gr/2014/05/logs-235.html
9435 1511 with talk in Hindi mention sof afghan names a/o cities S7 CRI per Eibi
9300 1513 Korean with discussions 1513 At 1518 mentions by YL of Eedang ….isuneka S8 Eibi shows N Korea reform R (is it a NF??)
9310 Deewa radio 1527 with ID 1528 then music Also 9335 with S10
9400 with ToM 1531 with OM talking about shortwave radio S9 QSB 2
9420 CNR –XJ 1600 with CNR ID (markezi helk radio stankzi )
9475 RA 16xx with jazz music then with discussions
9595 AIR signing on 1614 with S10 and Russian prg //11620
15820? unIDed 1617 with relig prg in Russian 2 max possibly spur found to be //15730 Any ideas? Nothing other in the band found Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Fhw_iFG7Hqg
4750 Bangladesh 1629 with msx then talks by OM YL with Bangladesh betar Dhaka on 1630 . One minute video here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJbMoJ2EZhk
7525 V Martyrs 1636 in Korean with music . Many mentions however for Iran (or at least that can mean something other? Video here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94r3bW47ASs
7545 SoH? 1641 mixed with CNR jammer but heard relatively clearly as CNR audio is bassy . eibi shows VoA in Tibetan
11885 Xinjiang PSB 1659 with ID on 1700 then with music mixed with talk by YL clear after 1700 as there was QRM on 11880 and 11890
9677.5 Talysh or any other heard with S4 only carrier (ie eanrly no modulation !!)
5066.3 Candip 1718 with signal S5 and French lang Video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdH9kxZzGpE
15160 on 1726 with HoA songs S30 but sudden off 1726.42 Eibi shows bible Voice in Dinka
Some logs of 22/5 - This has been write. Very fast - http://zliangaslogs.blogspot.gr/2014/05/some-logs-of-225.html
16153. 07 C=U 0814 with a tones of backwards style S3 max
15690 Farda // 15680 S9 0828
15640 DW Farsi S4 only Sedaye Afghanistan
15120 Nigeria 0912 hilife ON in English Good
15160? 0914 Korean talks poor
15465 CNR? 0919 talk I EE poor
15795 WWCR 0930 ID with adverts on the prg on 5890 on Sat nights fair
17510 AIR 0935 old volley songs fair
17595 CNR 0937 talks marginal
17700? 0939 afghan tad song fari
17870 0941 talks seem hindi QRM 17875 AAIR
7285 0945 CRI in romanian on 100 local , the only n the band this time
15390 CNR 1002 talks in UI and msx fair
Logs for mon 26th - http://zliangaslogs.blogspot.gr/2014/05/logs-for-mon-26th.html - Using the latest material from Ivo
13640 AIR 1956 with news in French
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15610
15570
12050
15420
11775
9375
11725
11760
9710
3985
3995
6115
7255
7350
13845
13830
15550
6089.9
6300
7575
9930
WEWN 2007 with talks poor with QRN S4
Vatican R 2010 African service Africa today program S9 abt Bethleeem Jerusalem
WEWN 2018 max S5 Again 2147 with discussions
Bstair 2018 S3 CUSB
Carrib Beacon 20023 in Eng sinal just marginal Also 2151 with YL ab Jesus et S6 max Passes ToH w/o mentioning ID Sudden s off 2202
no ID found 2027 with acapella song continuous mentions of Libya 2039 again
with acapella song then Islamic prg . Eibi Shows Algeria
RZNZI 2042 with news and ID S3 max
Cuba 2052 with talks in French S3 max QRM 11765 Arabic station S10
S1//9810 S3 supposedly for RHC freqs but heard CNR instead of them Was also //4800
KLL 2115 with German songs S3 max
WRM 2117 TYL with talks in CC S3 max Also 7365 with S6signal in //3995
FEBC ? Veritas in CC with ID on 2128
BLR //11730 on 2133 but today was with fair modulation
WWCR with very pooor signal
WWCR 2144 with relig prg in English S9
WEWN 2146 spanish prg S1 with talks by OM and YL possibly // 12050
WJHR USB with song or chants , marginal
Kaduna 2203 swith talks in Hausa and with Arabic words There is a audio clip here http://www.ipernity.com/doc/zliangas/32916139
a pirate 2210 wi oldies
VoA? 2217 with news S3
VoTurkey 2220 with info abt turkey in English S9
my radio shack: http://www.ipernity.com/doc/zliangas/album/282394
http://delicious.com/gr_greek1/zak (all my pages )
1510
1040
Jose A. Kucher
Escuchas
Radio Naval, Guayaquil, Ecuador, Escuchada en Neuquen Capital, 29-5-14, por debajo de Radio poder pentecostal (CHL) la cual sobre
Neuquen es dominante del canal. La recepción se corto sobre 9 UT cuando arranco Radio Balgrano Suardi de Santa Fé . Emision de noticias
acompañada de la señal Horaria consistente en un bip segundo a segundo
Radio Metropolitana de Peru. AM 1040 1:30 UT por Neuquen, 29-5-14
Ivan Lebedevsky
Escuchas
SW Log for 26.05.2014
18.26
18.28
18.30
18.34
18.36
18.38
15.180 kHz, BBC, in french, medium signal
15.360 kHz, KBS World Radio, in russian, good signal
15.400 kHz, BBC, in english, poor signal
15.445 kHz, Radio Japan, in japanese, poor signal
15.540 kHz, Radio Kuwait, in english, medium signal
11.695 kHz, Radio Australia, in english, medium signal
73! Ivan Lebedevsky, Vyritsa, Russia
My Website: http://worlddx.hol.es/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/iworlddx
Allan Stern
Escuchas
11175 USB 0335z: "Navy BH 403" (NP-3D, Point Mugu NAS, VX-30) for phone patch to DSN 351-1629 (Point Mugu VX-30 Bloodhound Base) re
flight status. (30/May/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
AL STERN Satellite Beach FL - [email protected]
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MilRadioComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HFmonitors
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FloridaComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SpaceCoastComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CivilAirlineComms
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FloridaMilcom
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FloridaPlaneSpotting
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ScanMarine
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 42
Migdiel Cruz
Escuchas
Ahora sí a pesar de mi internet casero lentísimo, les comparto QSL de la WWV, estación horaria de Fort Collins, Colorado, de transmisión de prueba
en 25 MHz del pasado 10 Abril 2014. Serial # 30439.
La primera QSL recibida vía Buró de la F.M.R.E.,
F.M.R.E. A.C.! Verificando reporte de CW en 40 m, de la estación EA6NB desde Islas Baleares, España.
QSL received from EA6NB, Spain.
Spain Thank you to Bureau of FMRE, AC. This card was my first request by this way!!! Veryfing my CW reception report,
2012. 73 DE XE-SWL-24-01, Magdiel Cruz in Mexico.
Hironori Takeuchi
Escuchas
QSL: KBS World Radio,
Radio 19-abr-2014, 00:55 UTC, 11810 kHz, el programa en español. Tarjeta QSL con datos completos "Téctica de Tejer Mosi de
Hansan", que he recibido en 37 días, junto con el esquema de transmisiones en español, pegatinas y formularios de informe de recepción, por un
informe de recepción por correo electrónico.
QSL: Radio Tailandia, 10-mayo-2014, 13:00 UTC, 9390 kHz, el programa en japonés. Tarjeta QSL con datos completos "Talay Bua Daeng" con
firma ilegible, que he recibido en 15 días para un informe de recepción por correo aéreo a IBB Tailandia.
Robert Wilkner
Escuchas
4319u Diego Garcia. AFN noted with decent signal 0010 to 0019
3310 Bolivia Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cochabamba 0005 to 0007 noted with trio music, vocalists good signal
4985.5 Perú Radio Voz Cristiana, Huancayo 0005 om in Spanish, usb to avoid the rtty on 4985
73 Bob - Pompano Beach, Florida
Manuel Méndez
Escuchas
AUSTRALIA,
4835 VL8A, Alice Springs, 2045-2056, 31-05, songs, English. 14321. (Méndez)
BRAZIL
4875 Radiodifusora Roraima, Boavista, 0316-0323, 01-06, religious songs, Portuguese. 24322. (Méndez)
4905 Radio Relogio Federal, Rio de Janeiro (presumed), 0452-0515, 31-05, religious songs and comments, Portuguese. 14321. (Méndez)
4915 Radio Daquí, Goiania, 0503-0520, 31-05, religious songs and comments, "A Radio Daquí", "Duas horas sete minutos". 14321. (Méndez)
5970 Radio Itatiaia, Belo Horizonte, 0501-0515, 31-05, comments, Portuguese. 14321. (Méndez)
9645 Radio Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo, 0510-0525, 01-06, Portuguese, comments, music. 24322. (Méndez)
9820 Radio 9 de Julho, Sao Paulo, 0533-0545, 31-05, Portuguese, religious songs and comments. 24322. (Méndez)
CUBA
4765 Radio Progreso, La Habana, 0250-0310, 31-05, Spanish, comments, Cuban songs. 14221. (Méndez)
DJIBOUTI
4780 Radio Djibouti, Arta, 2004-2016, 31-05, Vernacular, comments. 24322. (Méndez)
MEXICO
6185 Radio Educación, México D. F., 0450-0500*, 31-05, songs in Spanish, lyrics. 22322. (Méndez)
UGANDA
4976 Radio Uganda, Kampala, 1940-2010, 31-05, songs, English, news and comments. 14321. (Méndez)
Manuel Méndez - Lugo, Spain (Logs in Reinante, Lugo, Sony ICF SW 7600 G, cable antenna, u meters)
Asociación Diexman Uruguay - 43

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