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INDICE
Fernando Luiz de Souza
Neto Silva
Glenn Hauser
Daniel Diniz
Daniel Diniz
Mauricio Pimenta Cunha
Arnaldo Slaen
Rubén Guillermo Margenet
Dino Bloise
Héctor Frias Jofré
Denis Zoqbi
Miguel Angel Rocha Gamez
Claudio Galaz
Miguel Angel Rocha Gamez
Glenn Hauser
Julianne Tavares
Denis Zoqbi
Alexandre Deves Sailer
Everton Cardoso
Rudolf Grimm
Glenn Hauser
Ivan Dias
Onda Livre
Augusto de Mello
Fábio Sousa
Marcelo Munari
Mauricio Pimenta Cunha
Claudio Galaz
ODXC
Alfedo Meurer Jr
Alfedo Meurer Jr
Marcio Boro
Anatoly Klepov
Geraldo Pietragala
Glen Glisinski
Allan Stern
Glen Antônio Avelino da Silva
Dan Ferguson
Rudolf Grimm
Daniel Diniz
Claudio Galaz
Jose Ronaldo Xavier
Francesco Cecconi
Alfredo Meurer Jr
Babul Gupta
Alfredo Cañote
Pedro Freitas
Gilvan Souza Costa
Evandro Rocha
Alexandre Deves Sailer
Hironori Takeuchi
Roberto Pavanello
Fotos de minha nova antena loop blindada
Veja para quem gosta de Onda Curta
Logs September 4, 2014
Entrevista com o Pele
Frequencias da Voz da Rússia
Venta
Noticias del GRA
Emotivo programa de Radio Star 102.5 Mhz Iowa-USA
Frecuencia al Día
Concurso Aniversario De Federachi
Olá amigos
¿Quieres saber más sobre una interesante variedad de diexismo?
FEDERACHI
Nikola Tesla
Logs September 4-5, 2014
Ouvindo rádio faróis beacon
UBV-76
Atenção Radioescutas - Certificado Especial
Antenas para AM
Jovem Pan 84.7 MHz no ar!
Logs September 5-6, 2014
Equipamentos à venda
Novo Onda Livre
Fonte de 24 Volts
Cartões QSL
Interferência de tv no radio
Ajuda : Faixa de medição do medidor Soundy SWR-1000
FREE RADIO WEEKLY #967: September 6, 2014
Target Listening - OCTOBER 2014 by Country
Algumas escutas de hoje de tarde em 10m
Segunda feira dia 8 de setembro, DXpedition relâmpago a CY0C Sable Is.
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CONTENIDO
Fernando Luiz de Souza
Fotos de minha nova antena loop blindada
Fotos de minha nova antena loop blindada, para ondas médias. fabricada pelo Denis Zoqbi. Começarei hoje fazer as escutas, mas a princípio tem
um ótimorendimento. Antena com excelente acabamento, preço melhor ainda, com um detalhe importante para os amigos dxistas, o preço já é com
frete pago com rastreamento, via sedex. Preço da antena R$100,00.
Meu mais novo "brinquedinho". Scanner da Uniden Bearcat modelo BC700A. Faz as frquencias de 29.000 mhz a 956.000 mhz (faixas de
aeronaves, policia, empresas, radioamadores), nos modos de AM e FM.
Neto Silva
Veja para quem gosta de Onda Curta
http://restosdecoleccao.blogspot.pt/search/label/Rádio
Em 1951 foi inaugurado na Glória do Ribatejo, no concelho de Salvaterra de Magos, um centro retransm…
Glenn Hauser
Logs September 4, 2014
NOW UPDATED:
SWL/DX/MEDIA PROGRAMS
WORLD OF RADIO SCHEDULE
ALAN ROE`s HITLIST OF SW STATIONS
http://www.worldofradio.com/dxpgms.html
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
http://www.w4uvh.net/hitlist.htm
** BURMA [non]. 13870, Sept 4 at 1318, Burmese with good signal, and same heard 2.5 seconds later on 9335. 13870 is R Free Asia via TINIAN,
250 kW at 279 degrees, and exactly the same on 9335, but they are deliberately desynchronized to even out power consumption spikes (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. 16100, Sept 4 at 1324, CNR1 jammer in talk, fair with flutter; no others found above or below in OOB areas (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** INDIA. 11670, Sept 4 at 1114, nice to hear the AIR IS, since we are deprived of it before some English broadcasts, as below. 1115 opening Thai.
This is 500 kW due east from Bengaluru but fair signal even here, off the side and transpolar to boot.
13710, Sept 4 at 1320, open carrier already on, fair with flutter; just before 1323 continuous music starts but not the AIR IS. 9690 not yet heard or
on. 10 seconds before 1330, announcement in unID language, presumably Tibetan as fed to other frequencies, and 1330 cut to opening GOS in
English, stand by for news, but she`s no Paul Harvey (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** IRAN. 13785, Sept 4 at 1424, IRIB Arabic service, south from Kamalabad toward UAE, good with flutter, but modulation is rather lo-fi, degrading
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music especially (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 590, Sept 4 at 1145 UT, Spanish looping N/S, with 6:45 time, temp 22 C and converted to F, then call-in from woman listener
complaining about some problem on her street. All clues point to XEFD in Reynosa, Tamaulipas on the border, likely on 5 kW day power by now.
As long as I can awaken before sunrise, now post-1200 UT, the SRS Mexicans are back in season --- one on practically every frequency in the 500s,
600s and some 700s, with the lowest and easternmost ones fading out first, like XEFD (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 610, Sept 4 at 1147 UT, weather forecast for next few days, CDT time, finally mentioning Sabinas in an ad, so XEBX in Coahuila (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 850, Sept 4 at 1157 UT, Mexican choral NA, 1158 into rock music in English, KOA talk easily nulled. I assume it`s the usual XEM,
Milenio Radio in Chihuahua, Chihuahua (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 900, Sept 4 at 1200 UT, rock music in Spanish, 1202 ID as Hits FM 95.3 and mixed-choir Mexican NA; 1204 segué to Chihuahua
anthem. Therefore it must be XEDT in Ciudad Cuauhtémoc, but IRCA Log of last year and Cantú show FM on 98.3, so I must have mis-heard; there is
no Chihuahuan listed on 95.3 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 920, Sept 4 at 1205 UT, choral Mexican NA is playing, but soon fading out. Assuming it`s circa 6 am local, likely but not positively, that
narrows it down to the two stations in the four states on UT -6: XEQD in Chihuahua, and XECQ in Culiacán, of which XEQD is more likely (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 980, Sept 4 at 1208 UT, world newscast in Spanish with YL anchor, several clips in English from NATO/Wales, Cameron, Biden, voicedover in Spanish; westish, but combating KMBZ and losing out by 1210. Likely the Antena Radio newscast from IMER station XEFQ in Cananea,
Sonora, which really gets out for 1 kW, as heard several times before. I should have checked for // to 1570 XERF (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA [and non]. 1520, Sept 4 at 1214 UT, on KOKC I am astounded to hear as guest on `Mitchell in the Morning`, Matt Silverstein, the
Democratic opponent to diminutive elderly pilot and Senator James Inhofe, making the point that Inhofe has been on the government payroll for 50
years, plenty long, but wants to stay on it. Inhofe has refused to debate Matt at five proposed town hall locations around the state. But nothing about
him on today`s podcast info, instead some other guest amid the 3-hour show. See http://www.mattforoklahoma.com/
At 1215 UT the signal breaks briefly, and weakens a bit. This is official September sunrise for KOKC, when it goes from circle tangent toward the WNW
to non-direxional day pattern. Then I am also hearing some CCI with a slow SAH, likely remnant of the CRI relay for Houston. But is KOKC still on
reduced power STA? Latest letter in KOKC`s Correspondence Folder,
http://licensing.fcc.gov/cgi-bin/prod/cdbs/forms/prod/getimportletter_exh.cgi?import_letter_id=49393 dated May 20, 2014 includes:
``This is in reference to the request filed May 14, 2014, on behalf of Tyler Media L.L.C.. ("TML"). TML requests special temporary authority ("STA")
to operate station KOKC(AM) with reduced power.' In support of the request, TML states that since late January of this year, the KOKC(AM) Nautel
NX5O transmitter has blown 41 RF modules. Changes were made, however RF modules continued to fail and after a series of SWR trips, both Nautel
and Jack Sellmeyer, P.E. advised KOKC(AM) to run 20 kW until the source of the SWR trips could be determined.
Eventually the station discovered that that SWR trips were being caused by a failing capacitor in tower 2. It has now been determined that both the
tower 1 and tower 3 antenna tuning units, as well as tower 2, will require modification prior to conversion to the MoM pattern, therefore KOKC(AM)
requests an STA to operate at a reduced power of 20 kilowatts. The station proposes to still operate nondirectionally during the daytime hours and
directional at night.``
This was granted but expires on November 16, 2014 [Oklahoma statehood day in 1907y]. (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1737 monitoring: confirmed on WRMI, 9955, Thursday Sept 4 at 1230. Like R. Prague relay in previous
semihour, combating Chinese service of France via TAIWAN which is also making a SAH from a slightly different frequency.
I had also checked at 1106, and at that time Franco-Chinese was way atop SAH, presumably WRMI not really propagating yet. However, at 1123
there was a LAH so did Taiwan temporarily shift further off-frequency or was there another transmitter, such as jamming imposed? I don`t think RFI
had been jammed by the ChiCom before, but they`re getting more and more paranoid about foreign info penetrating, e.g. R. Japan in Chinese now
being jammed. In the hour before sunrise here, other WRMI frequencies higher not making it either: 11825 at 1118, CCCCCCI instead; and Cuba
also inaudible on 11760/11860/12010.
Back to WOR: remember to check the new airing, on 11580, Thursday at 2330. This is aimed NE toward Europe so in North America best reception
will be up the east coast. Likewise Friday at 2130 on 15770, while simulcast on 7570 toward the northwest. Jeff White says they are working on a way
not to delay episodes on the non-9955 channels, and:
Jeff White explains on Sept 4 the absence of 5950 lately: ``Glenn:
We have a problem with transmitter #1 which will probably be off the air for the next few days until a part arrives. Meantime, we have placed most of
that programming on transmitter #14, which has altered the normal schedule on 14. That should be back to normal shortly.`` That is, #14, currently
scheduled only for 5950 at 23-02, is substituting for the 22-06 UT programming of #1 on 7730 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7555, Sept 4 at 1121, WEWN Spanish Rosary with heavy QRM from a TADIL-A bonker, never noted right on this frequency before but not
usually listening at this hour (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Pacific MW carrier search, Sept 4 at 1150-1155 UT before sunrise here at 1205 today: just barely audible carrier on 774 kHz
from the NW at 1150, and another on 1053 kHz at 1153. I am quite sure 774 is the prime TP signal we get, but rarely with audio, JOIB, NHK2, 500
kW from Sapporo, Japan. And 1053 likely the megawatt North Korean if not the South Korean jammer of unknown potency. Nothing yet from the other
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big-guns (or big`uns) from Japan on 693, 747, 828.
BTW, the tropical SW bands below 6 MHz were useless this morning, with storm noise, evidently from northern Illinois area, but no such problem on
MW, where that area has already faded out beyond skywave propagation. OTOH, FE signals were good on 6-12 MHz.
I did step up to the top of the MW band with my usual technique which I will reëxplain once for this season: using only the DX-398 handheld with
internal ferrite antenna, set on 9 kHz, but the zeroing is slightly off so if there is a carrier I hear a het with the BFO. Alternating between LSB and USB
depending on which is further from 10-kHz North American QRM. Even with a very weak signal I can usually get a bearing from the NW in the case of
east Asian sources. Unfortunately, a VCR is often putting out some hash at various unwanted MW spots. When I do a trans-Atlantic MW bandscan in
the evenings, it`s normally from another location further from household QRM. If a TP or TA carrier is only 1 kHz from 10-kHz steps, it may be audible
as a het without this procedure, e.g. Saudi 1521 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 8836-USB, Sept 4 at 1249, colloquial Spanish 2-way, whistling, references to putas, quick cambios --- this is in aeronautical band,
above 8815 where the marine band ends per http://www.smeter.net/spectrum/aviation.php Same type of crap we find all over the SW spectrum,
on fixed and even broadcast band intruders (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Daniel Diniz
Entrevista com o Pele
Na semana antes da abertura da Copa, estava escutando a BBC em 15400KHz e por coincidência o Pelé deu uma curta entrevista. Receptor Yaesu
FRG-7, antena Long Wire (não tão longa assim, 3m pendurada na janela do Ap.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPiUluFIFiA&feature=youtube_gdata_player&noredirect=1
Daniel Diniz
Frequencias da Voz da Rússia
Frequencias da Voz da Rússia, pelo visto voltarão com o serviço em português. Frequencias alocadas.
The radio situation in the world so far has been, that more and more international stations are closing down. In December last year the structures of
the Voice of Russia and R Rossii were dissolved and very few broadcasts continued on SW on DRM under a new structure. Nearly all employees were
dismissed and Russia began to dismantel its many SW transmitters. But surprisingly Russia just has reported to the HFCC (High Frequency Coordination Conference) that from October 01, 2014, the Voice of Russia again will be broadcasting in 14 languages on SW also in AM, and Radio
Rossii will be reestablished. Due to the conflict with Ukraine with Russian troops supporting the Pro-Russians in Eastern Ukraine and Crimea, they
obviously do not think their domestic information is heard in the West. Thus they decided to reactivate their Foreign Service in full scale.
(DSWCI-DX Window 513 via Anker Petersson)
RUSSIA(non) Voice of Russia to return to shortwave from October 1, 2014.
Registered frequencies in HFCC Database:
All times UTC
0000-0100 on 17770 P.K 250 kW / 247 deg to SEAs English
0000-0200 on 6120 ARM 500 kW / 110 deg to SoAs English
0000-0200 on 12060 ARM 500 kW / 290 deg to CeAm Spanish
0000-0300 on 11965 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English
0000-0400 on 6100 ARM 100 kW / 104 deg to N/ME English
0000-0500 on 6195 S.P 800 kW / 268 deg to SoAm Russian <<<<< 800 kW ???
0000-0600 on 7240 MSK 500 kW / 267 deg to SoAm Portuguese
0100-0300 on 17530 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs Russian
0100-0300 on 17855 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs Russian
0200-0400 on 11990 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to CeAs Russian
0200-0600 on 11935 IRK 100 kW / 263 deg to CeAs Russian
0200-0600 on 12010 P.K 200 kW / 061 deg to NoAm English
0200-0600 on 12070 P.K 250 kW / 067 deg to NoAm English
0300-0500 on 17530 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
0300-0600 on 11900 P.K 250 kW / 064 deg to NoAm English
0300-0600 on 17855 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
0300-0700 on 11985 ARM 100 kW / 104 deg to CeAs Russian
0600-0900 on 7350 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
0600-1000 on 15725 MSK 040 kW / 261 deg to WeEu English DRM
0600-1400 on 7280 IRK 100 kW / 044 deg to FERu Russian
0700-0900 on 9625 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu German DRM
0700-1500 on 11975 ARM 100 kW / 104 deg to CeAs Russian
0800-1200 on 9870 MSK 200 kW / 190 deg to CeAs Russian
0900-1400 on 9625 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu Russian DRM
1000-1200 on 5935 IRK 100 kW / 110 deg to EaAs English
1000-1200 on 7300 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1200 on 12035 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English DRM
1000-1200 on 15270 ARM 100 kW / 104 deg to WeAs English
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1000-1400 on 5900 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1400 on 6075 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1400 on 6045 IRK 100 kW / 125 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1400 on 9450 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1400 on 9695 P.K 250 kW / 263 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1400 on 9865 P.K 250 kW / 263 deg to EaAs Chinese
1000-1400 on 11925 P.K 250 kW / 263 deg to EaAs Chinese
1100-1400 on 6195 S.P 200 kW / 217 deg to WeEu Russian
1100-1400 on 17830 MSK 250 kW / 100 deg to SEAs Russian
1200-1400 on 5935 IRK 100 kW / 110 deg to EaAs Japanese
1200-1400 on 7300 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs Russian
1200-1400 on 7340 P.K 250 kW / 241 deg to EaAs Japanese
1200-1400 on 15270 ARM 100 kW / 104 deg to WeAs Russian
1200-1600 on 15495 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to CeAs Russian
1300-1400 on 7320 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Hindi DRM
1300-1400 on 15660 ARM 500 kW / 110 deg to SoAs Russian
1300-1600 on 6175 ARM 100 kW / 188 deg to N/ME Turkish
1400-1500 on 5935 IRK 100 kW / 110 deg to EaAs English
1400-1500 on 7320 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs Urdu DRM
1400-1500 on 7435 MSK 200 kW / 190 deg to N/ME Turkish
1400-1500 on 15660 ARM 500 kW / 110 deg to SoAs Urdu
1400-1600 on 6145 MSK 200 kW / 190 deg to CeAs Russian
1400-1700 on 6035 IRK 100 kW / 263 deg to CeAs Russian
1400-1800 on 6010 MSK 200 kW / 270 deg to NoAf English
1400-1900 on 6015 MSK 200 kW / 190 deg to CeAs Russian
1400-2200 on 9450 MSK 250 kW / 275 deg to WeEu English
1500-1700 on 5975 S.P 200 kW / 147 deg to WeAs Farsi
1500-1700 on 7435 MSK 200 kW / 190 deg to WeAs Kurdish
1500-1700 on 11635 ARM 500 kW / 290 deg to WeEu German
1500-1800 on 9560 P.K 250 kW / 247 deg to SEAs English
1500-1800 on 15660 ARM 500 kW / 110 deg to SoAs Russian
1500-1900 on 6045 MSK 250 kW / 240 deg to WeEu Russian
1500-1900 on 6140 MSK 040 kW / 261 deg to WeEu German DRM
1500-2000 on 6070 ARM 100 kW / 157 deg to N/ME Russian
1500-2200 on 12070 MSK 250 kW / 285 deg to WeEu English
1600-1700 on 6175 ARM 100 kW / 188 deg to WeAs Kurdish
1600-1800 on 5960 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu Russian DRM
1600-1900 on 6110 IRK 250 kW / 240 deg to CeAs Russian
1600-1900 on 12035 MSK 040 kW / 261 deg to WeEu German DRM
1600-2100 on 6120 IRK 250 kW / 290 deg to N/ME Arabic
1600-2100 on 6195 S.P 200 kW / 217 deg to NoAf Arabic
1700-1900 on 7435 MSK 200 kW / 190 deg to N/ME Turkish
1700-1900 on 9800 MSK 250 kW / 117 deg to CeAs Russian
1700-1900 on 9820 MSK 200 kW / 270 deg to WeEu English
1700-2000 on 11635 ARM 500 kW / 290 deg to WeEu French
1700-2000 on 5975 S.P 200 kW / 147 deg to N/ME Arabic
1800-2000 on 5960 KLG 015 kW / 220 deg to WeEu French DRM
1800-2100 on 6010 MSK 200 kW / 270 deg to NoAf French
1800-2100 on 9900 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English DRM
1900-2100 on 9820 MSK 200 kW / 270 deg to WeEu Russian
2000-2130 on 6045 MSK 250 kW / 240 deg to WeEu Russian
2000-2200 on 9780 MSK 040 kW / 261 deg to WeEu Russian DRM
2100-2400 on 11655 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
2200-2400 on 7240 MSK 500 kW / 267 deg to SoAm Spanish
2200-2400 on 12060 ARM 500 kW / 290 deg to CeAm Portuguese
2200-2400 on 17770 P.K 250 kW / 247 deg to SEAs English
2300-2400 on 11965 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English
Radio Rossii
0000-1500 on 7230 IAK 100 kW / 000 deg to FERu Russian
0700-1500 on 13820 MSK 250 kW / 267 deg to WeEu Russian
1900-2400 on 7230 IAK 100 kW / 000 deg to FERu Russian
http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2014/08/voice-of-russia-to-return-to-shortwave.html
(Ivo Ivanov, Bulgaria)
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Noticias del GRA
Rechazan mudanza de Radio Nacional del Paraguay
Funcionarios de Radio Nacional acercaron al Senado días pasados un proyecto de ley que plantea declarar patrimonio cultural las instalaciones de
la emisora, tanto los estudios como la planta transmisora. Rechazan la idea de mudar la planta a Villa Hayes.
Philips presenta nuevas radios con diseño estilo retro
Philips sigue apostando por equipos de sonido para el hogar, y ya cuenta con una gama bastante variada de radios con diseño retro. La conocida
marca ha reeditado algunos modelos míticos, como la radio Philips Philetta, un modelo en el que han basado el diseño de algunos de sus últimos
lanzamientos. El diseño es un aspecto muy importante, pero en este caso adquiere un valor no sólo funcional, sino también emocional. Los amantes
de las ondas podrán escuchar sus emisoras favoritas en dos nuevas radios de estilo vintage, pero con una estética renovada y más pulida. Las
Philips Radio AE5020 y AE5220 son dos modelos sencillos, con pantalla LCD y sintonizador de emisoras FM o digitales. Por otro lado está la Radio
Philips ORT2300B, un modelo más completo que también tiene función de altavoz Bluetooth y despertador. Te contamos los detalles de los últimos
productos de Philips.
Radio Exterior de España suprime su emisión en Onda Corta a partir del 15 de octubre
Radio Exterior de España suprime su emisión en Onda Corta el próximo día 15 de octubre.
A partir de las 0 horas, hora peninsular española, la recepción de Radio Exterior, con mejor calidad de sonido y sin cortes, se recibirá a través de los
satélites, Internet y la Televisión Digital Terrestre
Comenzó a transmitir en Villa Mañihuales, Chile, la FM Sol
Según el alcalde Oscar Catalán, la emisora que tiene por nombre FM del Sol se instaló en la localidad campesina con el objetivo de integrar los
territorios de la comuna al quehacer municipal, informándose con noticias de la comuna, además de entregar espacios gratuitos a los vecinos del
sector para publicitar productos y entregar diversas informaciones de interés local.
IFETEL anunció los nuevos requerimientos para instalar radios de FM en México
El Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (Ifetel) publicó un acuerdo mediante el cual emite la Disposición Técnica IFT-002-2014: Especificaciones
y requerimientos mínimos para la instalación y operación de las estaciones de radiodifusión sonora en frecuencia modulada.
Encuentro de radios comunitarias y populares de Salta y Jujuy
En la Sede Central de la Universidad Nacional de Salta, se realizarán las Jornadas de Comunicación Popular y Comunitaria y el Encuentro de radios
comunitarias de Salta y Jujuy.
Se acerca la 10ª. Bienal Internacional de Radio
La Secretaría de Educación Pública y el Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, a través de Radio Educación, invitan a la 10ª. Bienal
Internacional de Radio, cuyo tema principal es la Agenda digital y las narrativas transmedia, conceptos enfocados en el desarrollo tecnológico y las
plataformas contemporáneas en el campo de la radio y la comunicación.
OK 101FM cumplió 25 años en el aire del Occidente de Venezuela
La pionera de las emisoras en Frecuencia Modulada en Centroccidente, celebra este mes de septiembre sus 25 años de actividades, luego de que
iniciara su periodo comercial en este mismo mes, del año 1989.
Comenzó a transmitir una nueva emisora de amplitud modulada desde Mar de Ajó
Se trata de Fedetur Radio, que también se identifica como Radio Costa del Mar y transmite en 1440 khz.
El flamante edificio está ubicado en las esquinas de Lebensohn y Azopardo de Mar de Ajó. La radio se puede sintonizar en el 1440 del dial.
Antorcha Stereo 96.7 FM genera tensión entre Colombia y Venezuela
Una emisora llamada está causando revuelo en el estado Táchira, debido a que ha estado difundiendo mensajes alusivos al Ejército de Liberación
Nacional (ELN) de Colombia, desde hace un año. Como han arreciado en su práctica, el Colegio de Profesores de Venezuela, seccional Táchira,
exigió al gobierno la clausura inmediata de este medio de comunicación. La señal se ha extendido al resto de los municipios de la zona fronteriza,
por lo que han manifestado su preocupación a las autoridades venezolanas. El presidente del gremio de profesores, Javier Tarazona, manifestó que
han venido denunciado la presencia de esta emisora en la frontera por su influencia en los jóvenes de la zona. Acotó que se han dirigido a la
Defensoría del Pueblo y el Ministerio Público para solicitar que se proceda al bloqueo del medio.
Homenaje a San Luis en Radio Nacional Mendoza
El próximo 21 de septiembre, de 12:00 a 14:00, se realizará, en el Salón Auditórium de Radio Nacional Mendoza, un homenaje a la provincia de San
Luis por sus 420 años, cumplidos el pasado mes de agosto. Será en el programa radial “Por los Senderos de la Patria”.
Radio FM La Minga, de Villa Giardino, inauguró sus flamantes instalaciones
Carlos Vicente, Coordinador de la Delegación Córdoba, recorrió las flamantes instalaciones de la emisora comunitaria de Villa Giardino, que fueron
realizadas con el subsidio del Fondo de Fomento Concursable FOMECA, que el organismo nacional entregó a fines del año pasado.
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El gobierno de Misiones retiró la oferta del concurso público por Radio Cataratas
Luego de la renuncia de Televisión Litoral Sociedad Anónima a la licencia de radio LRH253 y LRR843 radio Cataratas en la ciudad de Puerto Iguazú,
se convoca a una licitación a los efectos de volver a otorgar esa licencia.
Radio Universidad de Tucumán celebra su 25 aniversario
La década de 1980 fue, sin duda, significativa para la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, en particular en lo que a materia cultural se refiere. Con el
regreso de la democracia, nuevos y saludables aires invadieron de la vida académica, y también contagiaron a las artes en todas sus
manifestaciones. La necesidad de la casa de altos estudios se proyectara al medio se convirtió en uno de los objetivos de su autoridades.
LV5 Radio Sarmiento celebró un ano más de existencia
La emisora LV5 Radio Samiento, cuyos orígenes se remontan a 1925 festejó ayer un año más de vida con los sanjuaninos en la peatonal de la
Ciudad de San Juan.
Radio Exterior de España deja la onda corta
RTVE elimina la emisión en onda corta para ahorrar 1,2 millones al año y cerrará el centro de antenas de Noblejas
Lanzaron la primera radio de pueblos originarios de Santa Fe
La FM 88.5 Aim Mokoilek, de la comunidad mocoví de Colonia Dolores, surgió íntegramente en el marco de la ley de Servicios de Comunicación
Audiovisual. Ubicada en la localidad de Colonia Dolores, 160 km al norte de la ciudad de Santa Fe, la radio FM 88.5 Aim Mokoilek (Soy Mocoví),
surgió íntegramente en el marco de la ley de Servicios de Comunicación Audiovisual N° 26.522.
Capacitarán a interesados en licencias de servicios de comunicación de frecuencia modulada
La Autoridad Federal de Servicios de Comunicación Audiovisual informó que el jueves 11 de septiembre en la ciudad de Viedma se realizará una
capacitación destinada a todas aquellas personas físicas y jurídicas interesadas en participar del concurso público 2014 destinado a la
adjudicación de licencias para la prestación del servicio de radiodifusión sonora por modulación de frecuencia.
VISITA A LU4 RADIO PATAGONIA ARGENTINA AM 630 KHZ
LU4 Radio Patagonia Argentina es una emisora que transmite desde Comodoro Rivadavia en la provincia del Chubut, nació como privada pero en la
actualidad es administrada por el Estado Nacional a través de Radio y Televisión Argentina Sociedad de Estado (RTA SE) formando parte de la red de
emisoras de Radio Nacional Argentina en el grupo de las denominadas radios comerciales.
Piden para que Radioemisora XENKA “La voz del Gran Pueblo” no pase de la AM a la FM
Habitantes de las zonas rurales del municipio coincidieron en la importancia de la permanencia de la frecuencia de Amplitud Modulada (AM) de la
radioemisora XENKA “La voz del Gran Pueblo”, por lo que exhortaron a la directora de esta estación indigenista a realizar gestiones ante la
autoridades federales y de la Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas para mantener esta frecuencia al igual que las nuevas
transmisiones FM.
Emite Ifetel requerimientos para operar estaciones en FM
El Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT) publicó un acuerdo mediante el cual su Pleno emite la Disposición Técnica IFT-002-2014:
Especificaciones y requerimientos mínimos para la instalación y operación de las estaciones de radiodifusión sonora en frecuencia modulada
Desde Junín, provincia de Mendoza, comenzó a transmitir FM Municipal Jardín
Luego de meses de preparativos y de haber conseguido la habilitación de la Nación, en Junín comenzó a transmitir la FM Municipal Jardín, un
proyecto con el que la comuna busca dar mayor difusión en todo el departamento a la gestión del intendente radical Mario Abed, aunque desde la
dirección de la radio aseguran que será “un medio de comunicación plural en el que tendrán aire todas las voces”.
Llamamiento de la Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones (UIT)
La Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones (UIT) ha lanzado un llamamiento “a escala mundial” destinado a “innovadores, fabricantes o
empresarios” relacionados con las TIC (Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación) para presentar sus proyectos en Doha, Catar.
Los canales de televisión y radios de todo Canadá deberán atender eventuales emergencias
Los canales de televisión y radios de todo Canadá tendrán que interrumpir sus transmisiones para enviar mensajes que alerten a los ciudadanos
ante eventuales emergencias.
Comenzó a transmitir Estación Punta de Rieles, la primer radio municipal de la provincia de Mendoza
Rivadavia se convirtió en el primer departamento de la provincia en contar con una emisora municipal. La radio lleva el nombre de Estación Punta de
Rieles, ubicada en el 105.9 del dial, y en su programación se darán a conocer las actividades de la comuna y se le dará participación a las uniones
vecinales, a las asociaciones de jubilados, a los centros de estudiantes de las escuelas, entre otros, dijo la intendenta Ana María López.
Radio Habana Cuba entregará el Premio Especial Orlando Castellanos 2014
Radio Habana Cuba entregará el Premio Especial Orlando Castellanos 2014 a propósito de la Convención Internacional de Radio y Televisión a
efectuarse del 20 al 24 de octubre próximo en La Habana.
VISITA A LRA11 RADIO NACIONAL COMODORO RIVADAVIA AM 670 KHZ
El día 3 de julio del 2014 visite a LRA11 con el objeto de conocer su historia y su presente.
Me entreviste con su actual director Sr. Luis Capovilla quien tiene una amplia trayectoria en la radiodifusión del lugar tanto en LRA11 como en LU4
Radio Patagonia, la otra emisora de AM de Comodoro Rivadavia y que también administra RTA SE.
AFSCA convocó a concurso para adjudicar 50 licencias de radios en Río Negro
El Directorio de la Autoridad Federal de Servicios de Comunicación Audiovisual (AFSCA) resolvió a través de la Resolución 904/14 convocar a
concurso público para la adjudicación de licencias para la prestación del servicio de radiodifusión sonora por modulación de frecuencia en 15
provincias argentinas, entre ellas Río Negro.
La emisora salvadoreña Radio Astral deja la FM para pasar a transmitir en Internet
La única estación del género rock en el país abandonará la señal del 94.9 FM y comenzará una nueva etapa en internet, según confirmó ayer el
subdirector de la estación, Francisco Parada
Se celebra hoy un nuevo aniversario de la radiodifusión argentina
Se celebra hoy un nuevo aniversario de la histórica transmisión del 27 de agosto de 1920, cuando cuatro jóvenes radioaficionados argentinos
llevaron por el éter la ópera Parsifal
Lea la nota completa en https://gruporadioescuchaargentino.wordpress.com/
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Rubén Guillermo Margenet
Emotivo programa de Radio Star 102.5 Mhz Iowa-USA
Desde hace 20 años Radio Star 102.5 Mhz de Iowa, Estados Unidos, viene cumpliendo los deseos navideños de sus oyentes.
Este es un emotivo ejemplo que comparto con ustedes...
http://www.upsocl.com/inspiracion/dos-anos-despues-de-su-fallecimiento-una-madre-le-da-a-su-familia-una-inolvidable-navidad/
Dino Bloise
Frecuencia al Día
Frecuencia Al Día - En esta emisión: Uruguay | CX 140 Radio Zorrilla de San Martín AM 1400. Informe con Ruben Walter Suárez*** Magdiel Cruz:
Entrevista a Ivan Istlahuaca *** Alonso Mostazo: Pronóstico de la Propagación HF para el mes de Septiembre *** Pedro F. Arrunátegui: El Informe
Chasqui DX. -[Escúchanos 24/7] http://frecuenciaaldia.podomatic.com/entry/2014-09-04T12_43_43-07_00
Héctor Frias Jofré
Concurso Aniversario De Federachi
Estimados Amigos y Amigas;
A las 2000 hora de Chile, se da inicio al , en las bandas de 40 y 80 metros, la bases pueden ser consultadas en el sitio web de FEDERACHI,
lo mismo que la planilla Excel que se usara este año.
CE3FED como todos los años hará uso de estaciones colaboradoras para cubrir zonas extremas y hacer posible la participación a mas estaciones.
En la Banda de 40 metros; por el Norte el comodín será nuestro amigo Sergio XQ2CG, por el sur varias estaciones se turnaran debidamente
calendarizadas, para evitar colisiones, entre ellas CA6WTE, o CE6DFY indistintamente.
En la Banda de 80 metros; exclusivamente nuestro amigo Ricardo CE3HDI atenderá los llamados en la banda.
FEDERACHI, desea muchas suerte a todas las estaciones participantes, sean estas Instituciones, Grupos o Radioaficionados en General
éxitos en esta sana competencia. Para efectos de correos pueden escribir a [email protected]
73 [email protected], Héctor Frias Jofré. CE3FZL- Jefe Comisión Dx y Concursos - FEDERACHI
Denis Zoqbi
Olá amigos
Quero agradecer tantas mensagens que recebi de ontem para hoje, perguntando sobre as antenas que fabrico para os radioescutas.
Elas não estão no mercado livre por estes dias, porque lá eu só ofereço excedentes de lotes que fabricamos. E recentemente eu tenho atendido
emissoras de rádio que precisam de antenas especiais para uso profissional. Procurei responder um a um de acordo com suas perguntas, mas vi que
muitas delas tem dúvidas comuns, que eu pretendo esclarecer aqui.
As antenas do tipo Loop são fornecidas em dois modelos: Onda Média ou Ondas Curtas e Tropicais. Estes modelos são internos, não precisam ser
instalados fora de casa. Não usa pilhas ou alimentação de nenhum tipo.
Todas as antenas tem saída de sinal para ligação direta em seu rádio, seja ele qual for, ou no caso da Onda Média, uso por indução, aproximação,
como na maioria dos casos. A Antena de Onda Curta tem saída de sinal para ser ligado diretamente na entrada de sinal do rádio. Em breve teremos
um adaptador profissional para ser instalado nos rádios que só tem antena telescópica também. Por enquanto este adaptador só está sendo
instalado aqui na oficina. A pessoa tem que mandar o rádio para fazer a instalação do módulo, que permite ligar antena externa com segurança,
sem queimar o rádio por excesso de estática.
As antenas podem ser encomendadas por e-mail [email protected] ou por mensagem direto no face.
O valor promocional da Antena Loop DZ 40 para Ondas Médias, 17dB de ganho, diretiva, enrolamento tipo ninho de abelha, para os radioescutas
que assim se identificarem é de 100 reais, já com frete modalidade PAC para qualquer lugar do país.
O valor da antena Loop Blindada para Ondas Curtas e Tropicais, 19dB de ganho, sensibilidade de 0.3uV, saídas BNC e P2, é de 145 reais, já com
frete PAC incluso.
Todas as antenas estão certificadas pelo LIT/INPE, são projeto e direito de fabricação meus, patenteadas no INPI e atendem normas profissionais
que permitiram que elas sejam usadas até por encomenda de emissoras de rádio para uso nas estações de transmissão de afiliadas.
Seguem imagens de exposição, e um vídeo que demonstra o fator de sensibilidade deste tipo de antena, que ao meio-dia, capta de forma fiel e com
qualidade, uma emissora cujo sinal sequer era captado pelo rádio.
Abs, Denis Zoqbi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FXI0J4T7ns
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Miguel Angel Rocha Gamez
¿Quieres saber más sobre una interesante variedad de diexismo?
¿Quieres saber más sobre una interesante variedad de diexismo? Visita el siguiente grupo:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/radioastronomiahoy/
Claudio Galaz
FEDERACHI
Estimados Amigos y Amigas;
A las 2000 hora de Chile, se da inicio al , en las bandas de 40 y 80 metros, la bases pueden ser
consultadas en el sitio web de FEDERACHI, lo mismo que la planilla Excel que se usara este año.
CE3FED como todos los años hará uso de estaciones colaboradoras para cubrir zonas extremas y hacer
posible la participación a mas estaciones.
En la Banda de 40 metros; por el Norte el comodín será nuestro amigo Sergio XQ2CG, por el sur varias
estaciones se turnaran debidamente calendarizadas, para evitar colisiones, entre ellas CA6WTE, o
CE6DFY indistintamente. En la Banda de 80 metros; exclusivamente nuestro amigo Ricardo CE3HDI
atenderá los llamados en la banda. FEDERACHI, desea muchas suerte a todas las estaciones
participantes, sean estas Instituciones, Grupos o Radioaficionados en General éxitos en esta sana
competencia. Para efectos de correos pueden escribir a [email protected]
73 [email protected], Héctor Frias Jofré. CE3FZL - Jefe Comisión Dx y Concursos - FEDERACHI
Miguel Angel Rocha Gamez
Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla al estar experimentando con uno de sus inventos, la radio, sintonizó señales que venían del espacio pero que él atribuyó a
comunicaciones entre seres extraterrestres. En realidad esas transmisiones sí vienen del espacio, pero son creadas por diversos astros. Así como en
el espacio hay ondas radioactivas, magnéticas, de calor y de luz creadas naturalmente por estrellas, planetas, púlsares, etc. según sea el caso,
también se crean ondas de radio las cuales es posible algún día ya hayas captado. Si te interesa saber más, visita el siguiente grupo:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/radioastronomiahoy/
Glenn Hauser
Logs September 4-5, 2014
** AUSTRALIA. 9580, 12065 et al., Friday Sept 5 at 1306, R. Australia again with `Sound Quality`, ambient music, compere saying it`s also
available ondemand for one month from RN. RA online program schedule still claims this hour is `Keys to Music`, classical appreciation. One can
only wonder how many more of the 168 hours per week of continuous RA programming are incorrectly listed (or incorrectly transmitted?) (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BANGLADESH [and non]. 15105, Sept 5 at 1229, Bangladesh Betar IS, poor with flutter, 5+1 mistimesignal ending at 1229:32! and sign-on in
English. Rarely heard here and still too poor to copy; not much else this early on 19m but 15040 India also in, fair with flutter, music.
15505, Sept 5 at 1357, JBA carrier from BB Urdu service, which I have also not heard for months, but not yet enough signal even to detect this
mistimesignal, presumably also still considerably fast before 1400. FWIW, comparing to the very weak Saudisig on 21505, which I use when possible
to line up the FRG-7 BFO offset in order to detect BB, it is a shade higher off 15505 than Riyadh is from 21505 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** BURMYANMAR [non]. 9335 // 13870, Sept 5 at 1322, RFA Burmese with expressive and emphatic OM speech, mixed music bits, with 13870 a
few seconds ahead of 9335, westward from TINIAN, yet good signal here on both, way off-beam, howcum? Pipeline from the NMI? Or wrong azimuth?
Farthest up their antennas go is 333 degrees for Korean, and there`s no target directly opposite from here.
With news that Democratic Voice of Burma will be closing SW at end of October its ethnic language services (but now about plain old Burmese?), we
wonder how much if any of the RFA Burmese service is really in minority languages? which seem to be more in need of surrogate service than the
majority. Christian broadcasters are well aware of this, e.g. multilingual RBA (aren`t there enough religions in Myanmar already?) Maybe explained
somewhere on the RFA Burmese website but not in English: http://www.rfa.org/burmese/ (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** EGYPT. 9965, Sept 5 at 0112, R. Cairo Arabic, good with flutter, undermodulated and whine
9315, Sept 5 at 0113, R. Cairo Spanish, good signal but dead air and hi-pitched whine
12070, Sept 5 at 0117, R. Cairo Spanish, VG signal but no modulation except continuous hum and occasional pulses
11710, Sept 5 at 0115, still no signal, conceding to 11711- Argentina (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** HAWAII. 10000, Sept 5 at 1245 zeroing BFO on WWVH to measure Vietnam off-frequency, propagation minute finishes with a spurious tone of
about 3 seconds, as frequently (always?) happens on WWVH, with different human OM propspeaker than artificial YL on WWV at :18 past. I hope NIST
are more careful with their time and frequency accuracy (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** INDIA. 9380, Sept 5 at 1317, hi-pitched tone test, 1319 into AIR IS; 1320 ``Vande Mataram`` announced and this hymn to the motherland
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played for only about a minute before 1321 Hindi sign-on, as always to open the National Channel overnight service, on this new 250 kW Aligarh
frequency replacing 9470 as of several weeks ago. I have been trying to hear it without success till now and it`s still very poor with flutter. But handily
escapes QRM around the old frequency, co-opting wooden registration by Pakistan from 1330 on 9380, not to be confused with! AIR NC at 13200043 supposed to remain // 9425 via Delhi-Khampur, only a JBA carrier there. Jose Jacob`s updated schedule at
http://qsl.net/vu2jos/sw/freq.htm also shows 9380 for Vividh Bharati service at 0100-0435 & 0900-1200 when it`s // 9870 Bengaluru (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** IRAN. 12025, Sept 5 at 0150, VRII in Spanish has hum on this frequency which is lacking on // 9860, despite same Kamalabad site.
11730, Sept 5 at 1258, M&M conversation in presumed listed Pashto from IRIB, as scheduled due east from Sirjan; salaam aleikum/aleikum
salaam around 1300 and continuing, not the top of hour in Iran or Afghanistan; good with flutter, better than 11715 KJES (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 910, Sept 5 at 1211 UT, automated YL timecheck as 5, 11 minutos, back to Mexican music. So has to be in the UT -7 zone = PDT/MST.
There is no Nevadan; Arizonan is not Spanish; only Mexican fit is XEAO in Mexicali BCN, 250 watts day & night per Cantú and WRTH; 1000/250 per
IRCA; all as Radio Mexicana. Only other possibility would be KOXR in further Oxnard, with similar format, 1 kW night, but like all the 910 Alta
Californians direxional southwest into the Pacific while XEAO is ND (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 1040, Sept 5 at 1205 UT, amid heavy QRM, not just WHO, make out mentions of BM Radio, Chihuahua, and Grupo Radiorama.
Therefore it is XEHES, in Chihuahua city, the only 1040 in the estado, and which Cantú confirms is with Radiorama:
http://www.radiorama.com.mx/chihuahua Cantú and IRCA Mexican Log show 5000/250, Estéreo Sensación // FM 94.1 XHHES. WRTH 2014
agrees on power but name as `Éxtasis Digital`. I logged this a few times in 2012y as ``Romántica`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 1210, Sept 5 at 0139 UT, C&W music from US Country, i.e. KGYN Guymon, No Man`s Land. Whenever checked at night now for
some weeks has good signal, i.e. illegally ND day pattern not nulling toward Philly (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OMAN. 15355, Sept 5 at 0113, RSO is very good! with Qur`an, in fact the second SSOB after 15160 Spain; sought here after absence from
scheduled 9500 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PAKISTAN. 15730, Sept 5 at 0122, solo song in S Asian language, poor with flutter; normally nothing to be heard above 15720 NZ. HFCC shows
it`s PBC in Urdu at 0045-0215, 250 kW, 118 degrees from Islamabad. So many Pak registrations are wooden, but not this one, not now. Aoki says
it`s the API-6 unit, and 15730 also registered for four other transmissions by API-6 or API-5 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also
INDIA 9380
** SRI LANKA. 11905, Sept 5 at 0114:46.5 music prélude starts from SLBC upon open carrier just turned on after 0114:00; timesignal ends at
0115:18.5 but only two pips are heard, as sometimes happens; sign-on in S Asian language but always mentioning Sri Lanka Broadcasting
Corporation full name in English (Glenn hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1737 monitoring: confirmed at NEW time of 2330.5 UT Thursday Sept 4 on WRMI 11580. `Eu News Net` was running
just before, and on to WOR without any ID break, and yes, it`s the latest edition, not last week`s. Fair signal here but readable, and presumably
better and better further and further east via azimuth 44.
WOR 1737 also confirmed on WWRB, 3185 and webcast, UT Friday Sept 5 at 0327, after respectful pause after abrupt stop of previous preacher;
and as always initially blasts on at overmodulated level before turned down. Next:
Friday 2130 on WRMI 7570 & 15770: latter should be good into Europe if MUF hold up, with former better in closer parts of North America to
Okeechobee than Oklahoma.
Saturday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB
UT Sunday 0100 on WRMI 5950 (if back on air; has been off a few days)
UT Sunday 0131 on KVOH 9975 (if back on air; missing last week)
UT Monday 0259v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5109v-CUSB; etc.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9955, Friday Sept 5 at 1250, WRMI with `AWR Wavescan`, another excerpt of a speech at NASB Greenville in May, George from KTWR
Guam who says they have been replacing transmitters with DRM-capable ones, still waiting for DRM receivers to be widely available, but they do a
DRM hour in Japanese where they have an audience using SDRs; waiting for DRM to become the standard for everything in India. With usual CCCCI
from France in Chinese via Taiwan until 1300. But there are plenty of other chances to hear WS, especially on WRMI (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 12105, Sept 5 at 0116, WTWW-3 still with the logorrhea of Brother Scare instead of SFAW/Bibling, and tonite the signal is holding up so
far; absent from 5085 WTWW-2; and 9475 WTWW-1 is nominal (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 600, Sept 5 at 0531, ``News-talk KTBB and KTBB.com`` ID, Air Force Reserve PSA, San Antonio, presented by the Texas Association of
Broadcasters; another ID mentions 95.7 FM (FCC FM Query shows only a 250-watt translator CP, K236BG). This Tyler TX station is not that far away,
but dominant night signal here usually is WMT in IA, which I can still hear now by nulling KTBB. Both of them aim this way at night, KTBB northwest
with 2.5 kW, and WMT southwest with 5 kW, often with same network talk programming but unsynchronized, annoying (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
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** U S A. 630, Sept 4 at 1901 UT, Fox ``News`` of Joan Rivers; 1905 UT traffic report about Boulder Turnpike; 1906 UT temp now 68 degrees; 630,
Denver`s Talk Station. So KHOW 5 kW, at 450 miles/725 km city-to-city, very edge of its daytime groundwave reach, only a semihour after local
mean noon. On caradio parked at a restaurant in central Enid, not a really quiet location but quiet enough to copy very weak signal. Listed as IBOC
but could not hear that noise from KHOW, and fortunately IBOC no longer on from OK`s 640, nor apparently from doomed Disney KMIK 620 The
Metroplex. 670 KLTT 50 kW also audible at only slightly better level. I also find a fast SAH on 560, where KWTO Springfield MO dominates with its
own weak groundwave over a much closer but less favorable ground conductivity path, so the other one is likely KLZ Denver, also 5 kW, but with a
tight N-S pattern not nearly so favorable usward (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 900, Sept 4 at 1909 UT on caradio bandscan I notice that KSGL Wichita KS is missing. 250 watter is normally audible on daytime
groundwave, and sometimes even its IBOC upper sideband circa 913 if in a quiet location. Hybrid outlet with religion and nostalgia, as explained on
their compact website http://www.ksgl.com but nothing found about being off the air. I`ve e-mailed an inquiry (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
I soon received a reply from KSGL that they are on the air, but maybe something is wrong with the power level, or wind is blowing the wrong way (hi). I
check again at 2335 UT Sept 4 and still can`t hear it at all. Maybe by mistake on night power of 29 watts? Another check at 1725 UT Sept 5: I do
detect only a JBA carrier on 900 (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1530, Sept 5 at 0144 UT, break in music to announce a traffic accident is blocking I-25 thru Pueblo, so detour into city streets; from Ray
Weston in the ``Pueblo Radio News Center``, but outro as ``--- Newsroom``. I.e. KCMN in Colorado, dominant signal instead of WCKY. Yet, KCMN
official September sunset is 0115 UT, so it`s well on the way to another night of cheating with 15,000 instead of 15 watts (they also have a 1000
watt Critical Hours license) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** VIETNAM [and non]. 12018.9 approx., VOV direct as always off-frequency, Sept 5 at 1244 in English, poor signal; this puts it unnecessarily closer
to the RTTY circa 12015! Saying goodbye at 1257.5, carrier still on. Aimed southward from Hanoi-Sontai, with Indonesian to follow at 1300, per
Aoki, EiBi and HFCC, which insist it`s on 12020. But they are all wrong! At the same time another transmitter at same site northward goes from
Russian to Chinese on 12000, not checked today but IIRC really is always on-frequency.
VOV is fond of this area, also using 12005 for relay in English to North America at 0100 --- usually still very good, but a couple nights ago quite weak,
if always via Woofferton rather than Ascension (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 1510, Sept 5 at 0128 UT, again hearing Mexican music station, loops NNE/SSW appropriate for Monterrey; fades for ID at 0130 UT;
another SHVA announcement at 0137 mentions 15-10 AM; and at 0138 sounds like ``[two syllables] Radio``. Just too much QRM from several
stations even with WLAC nulled (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Julianne Tavares
Ouvindo rádio faróis beacon
Embora seja uma faixa muito interessante, muitos radioescutas e dexistas ainda não se aventuraram em realizar escutas.
A faixa de ondas longas, onde estão a maioria dos rádios faróis, também chamados de NDB (Non-Directional Beacon), infelizmente não é
encontrada na maioria dos receptores analógicos salvo receptores estrangeiros. Por esse motivo muitos desconhecem a faixa. Felizmente hoje já
podemos verificar que muitos receptores analógicos de procedência estrangeira têm pelo menos um segmento desta faixa. Existem vários países da
Europa, África e Ásia dentre outros que emitem programação destinada ao grande público nesta faixa. Vários dexistas brasileiros já escutaram
emissões radiofônicas nesta faixa daqui do Brasil. Ao sintonizarmos, por exemplo, o segmento de 100KHz ate 525KHz encontraremos uma
infinidade de estações emitindo sinais telegráficos em código morse com uma identificação de duas ou três letras que na maioria das vezes é a
abreviatura do nome da cidade como por exemplo: CVL, Caravelas - BA na freqüência de 365KHz ou ASU, Assunção - Paraguai em 360KHz.
Algumas estações têm sua identificação diferente do nome da sua cidade ou região como, por exemplo: IK, Bento - SP na freqüência de 320KHz ou
DA Calcanhar - RN em 305KHz. Não conheço colegas que tenham confirmado estações de Rádio Faróis aqui do Brasil porem no exterior muitos
dexistas por insistência acabam conseguindo confirmações, isso segundo uma revista americana destinada aos assuntos de estações utilitárias.
Entendo eu que, a faixa de Ondas Longas é também uma faixa de pesquisa, pois podemos verificar através dela as condições do tempo. Quando
alguma tormenta se aproxima, ao sintonizarmos a faixa ouviremos uma quantidade surpreendente de ruídos estáticos e estalos de toda magnitude
sendo as vezes impossível a escuta. No período do inverno, porém, a faixa fica silenciosa e podemos ouvir uma infinidade de estações dos mais
diversos lugares do Brasil. Já pude observar que existem períodos em que a faixa fica extremamente ruidosa sem significar que o tempo esta
mudando para chuva ou vice-versa. Os fenômenos da atmosfera certamente provocam tantos ruídos que às vezes nos enganam. Para uma boa
recepção das Ondas Longas é importante que tenhamos uma antena bem grande adequada a faixa ou uma antena de ferrite ou loop de pelo menos
1 metro de aresta.
Escutando rádio faróis com o amigo Renê G. Passold de Osasco-SP no QTH rural pude comprovar a eficiência da antena de ferrite, pois as estações
que eu ouvia no R5000 com uma antena de fio longo eram também ouvidas no Sony do Renê com a antena de ferrite. A vantagem da antena Loop
sobre as demais está no fato da mesma ser direcional e com isso eliminar sinais indesejáveis facilitando a identificação da estação. Também é
muito comum passarmos a escutas emissoras de Ondas Médias na faixa de Ondas Longas quando utilizamos antenas de fio longo principalmente os
receptores portáteis. Realizando escutas com o R2000 na residência do amigo Valdemir em São Paulo não consegui sintonizar praticamente
nenhuma estação de Radio Farol em virtude das inúmeras estações de Ondas Médias que tomavam conta da faixa com suas harmônicas. Realmente
quem mora nos grandes centros têm que fazer milagres para ter uma boa escuta.
Não contei ainda, mas embora não seja um aficionado e dedicado pesquisador dos Radio Faróis já ouvi perto de 70 estações diferentes de NDBs de
norte a sul do Brasil. Muitas vezes temos que ter muita atenção ao identificarmos uma estação, pois na mesma freqüência várias estações estão
operando e com aquela quantidade de sinais telegráficos um sobre o outro até os experientes acabam confundindo as estações. Certa ocasião eu
tentava identificar uma estação e no momento o que mais se ouvia era uma cachoeira de estáticas e ruídos de toda sorte, a impressão que se tinha
era que estávamos sob o fogo cerrado de uma artilharia de tão ruidosa que estava a faixa. Minha esposa sem entender meu propósito de identificar
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a estação perguntou-me: “O que é que você esta ouvindo ai? Só consigo ouvir um tiroteio infernal, nada mais!” Depois de 20 minutos consegui
identificar a estação sob o olhar atento de minha esposa que até hoje não consegue entender como nós que somos amantes do rádio realizamos
estas façanhas de ficar horas a fio escutando sinais, apenas com o objetivo de identificá-los.
Com 4 caracteres só consegui escutar 2 estações que não consegui identificar, são elas: PJIY em 1650KHz e SS52 em 1630KHz. Pude observar
também que quando a propagação esta aberta com boas chances de escutas quase sempre as Ondas Médias também esta aberta para boas
escutas. Se você tem costume de fazer passeios no campo, pescaria ou visitar amigos, leve seu receptor e ligue a antena do mesmo a uma cerca de
arame, pois em geral tais cercas tem comprimentos enormes e funcionam como uma antena de fio longo. Tenha o cuidado de verificar se a cerca
não é eletrificada para proteção contra gado e se no momento não há presença de mal tempo com relâmpagos e trovões, pois aí nem pensar em
ligar seu receptor nela.
Na coluna de DEXISMO UTILITÁRIO foi publicado uma listagem de Rádio Faróis que ajudam e muito na identificação dos NDBs, desta forma fica
mais fácil procurar as estações. Agora que você já sabe um pouco sobre os Rádio Faróis, que tal dar um pulinho lá em baixo na faixa vasculhar as
freqüências anotá-las e informar ao Claudir Ghiggi.
Espero que o artigo tenha despertado o interesse dos colegas para escutar os NDBs, caso isso ocorra este artigo terá cumprido seu objetivo.
Por: Wilson Rodrigues
Denis Zoqbi
UBV-76
Caros, coisa de uma hora atrás, o sinal da emissora russa UBV-76 estava chegando aqui em SP com intensidade bastante razoável, embora muito
ruidosa porque o tempo aqui está nublado, tendendo para chuva. É a famosa emissora do buzzer, porque é fruto da antiga Guerra Fria e suas
transmissões não são justificadas. Vale ao menos como curiosidade.
Aos colegas em especial do norte/nordeste, sugiro se possível que tentem escutar a emissora, que não é das mais difíceis e aí na sua região o sinal
deve ser muito melhor do que o meu aqui por São Paulo.
A UBV-76 transmite 24 hs nos 4.625 khz
Alexandre Deves Sailer
Atenção Radioescutas - Certificado Especial
EXPOINTER 2014 – A LABRE/RS neste final de semana estará participando das atividades da maior feira de negócios agropecuários da América
Latina. Este ano, em virtude dos preparativos ao Rancho de 2014 participaremos no último final de semana, dias 6 e 7. O Stand da LABRE/RS esta
montado atrás das esferas da Expointer, próximo a entrada principal do Parque. A estação oficial da LABRE/RS, PY3AA, estará ativa durante todo o
evento. Para marcar esta oportunidade de ativação para os radioamadores será outorgado certificado especial em formato digital para todos os
radioamadores que efetuarem contato com a estação, bastando que, após o comunicado, façam a solicitação do certificado através do e-mail:
[email protected] . O certificado somente será expedido após confirmação do contato registrado no log da PY3AA. Os radioescutas
também poderão receber o certificado, bastando que indiquem os contatos que a PY3AA efetuou através de horário, freqüência e banda.
Aguardamos os colegas para um ótimo contato, e marcarmos este evento. Participe.
Alexandre Deves Sailer - Viamão - RS (gf49lv) - (PY3CT - PY3057SWL) - Associado LABRE/RS - www.facebook.com/labre.rs
Everton Cardoso
Antenas para AM
Olá pessoal, Gostaria da opnião de vocês qual seria a antena ideal para captar frequencias AM mais distantes.
Atualmente eu gostaria de captar uma rádio a 1000km de distância até consigo ouvi-las mas parece que uma rádio mais próxima que acaba
"misturando" o som (acredito que não seja na mesma frequência pois não consigo captar em curta distância).
LongWire, loop, etc.. Existe solução para isto ou infelizmente não tem muito o que fazer?
Rudolf Grimm
Jovem Pan 84.7 MHz no ar!
Amigos, especialmente da região da Grande São Paulo.
Há dias noticiou-se que a Jovem Pan estará em breve ocupando os 84.7 MHz no processo da faixa estendida de FM. Diariamente tenho procurado
novidades por ali. Há alguns dias ouvi em 84.7 MHz um sinal espúrio da Mix FM SP, muito pobre, mas presente, meio ‘grasnado’, bem característico
de espúrio. Porém desde as 2300 h local estou com a primeira estação em FM abaixo da faixa atual (88.1 – 107.8 MHz) no ar, mais precisamente a
Jovem Pan SP em 84.7 MHz. O processo que deve permanecer um tempo em fase de testes, está neste momento com ótimo sinal nesta frequência
(84.7 MHz) aqui em São Bernardo, referência Via Anchieta km 23.5, retransmitindo a programação da Jovem Pan FM SP 100.9 MHz. Não há como
ser um sinal espúrio. A ‘TudoRadio’ tem monitorado este processo desde o seu planejamento, noticiando recentemente que poderíamos ter novos
testes a qualquer momento.
Fazendo um // com um segundo receptor e estando ambos na frequência de 84.7 MHz, o sinal chega na mesma intensidade e no ‘mesmo
momento’, de modo uniforme. Deixando um rx em 84.7 e aplicando no segundo receptor a frequência de 100.9 estando ambos em volume idêntico,
é perceptível uma leve defasagem na recepção dos sinais (quase imperceptível), dando aquela sensação de estar-se ouvindo a programação com a
aplicação de um baixo efeito de eco.
Portanto, parece-me que estamos com a primeira estação de FM de São Paulo na banda estendida de FM: a Jovem Pan 84.7 MHz.
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Como é uma fase de testes, não significa que devam ficar 24 horas seguidas no dia no ar. Os técnicos devem estar fazendo os ajustes que se fizerem
necessários, antes da entrada no ar em definitivo, que segundo divulgado, a entrada de novos canais de frequência em FM (estendida) estaria se
esvaziando gradativamente o dial de ondas médias. Isso pode dizer que o que vai pros 84.7 é a JP SP 620 kHz. Veremos o que vem pela frente.
73, e uma ótima noite a todos. Rudolf Grimm - São Bernardo SP - http://dxways-br.blogspot.com - www.ondascurtas.com
Glenn Hauser
Logs September 5-6, 2014
** ARGENTINA. 11710.46 approx., Sept 6 at 0136, RAE weak in Japanese, without QahiraRM, and closer to nominal 11710 than usual (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CANADA. 2749-USB, Sept 6 at 0149, very poor talk, marine weather, presumably scheduled VAR-3 for Fundy NS, but from where, exactly? Starts
at 0140 and next one on shared frequency not until 0240 from Halifax, VCS-2, per http://dxinfocentre.com/mb.htm#O%20NF
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** EGYPT. 9965, Sept 6 at 0125, R. Cairo, whine, good signal, Arabic not distorted
9315, Sept 6 at 0129, R. Cairo, fair signal but JBM presumed Spanish, hi whine
11710, Sept 6 at 0136, R. Cairo Spanish still off, clear for ARGENTINA
12070, Sept 6 at 0138, R. Cairo, good signal with hum, extremely distorted Spanish, music (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** IRAN. 9790, Sept 6 at 0126, Qur`an, good with flutter, better than 9860 Spanish, or Turkey 9770. This is VIRI Kazakh service via Sirjan; would be
just as good on // 11820 were it not for heavy splash from the BS on 11825 WRMI.
9860, Sept 6 at 0126, VRII Spanish service is open carrier/dead air, or maybe just barely modulated with some rhumble, while // 12025 is nominal,
fair in Spanish. Same situation at rechex 0137, 0151 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OMAN. 15140, Sept 6 at 0143, VP signal with talk, music, presumed RSO as it`s missing from 9500 and alternate 15355 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOUTH CAROLINA [non]. 12105, Sept 5 at 2038 check, WTWW still has BS on 12105 instead of 9930. I wonder if Walterboro knows? Still same
at 0133 Sept 6, but signal now fading down to only fair (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 13554-CW, Sept 6 at 0140, HIFER beacon AZ, from Oro Valley AZ, is barely audible, which is all it takes, sending AZ about 18 times per
minute. Previous info attaches this to ham KF7A; KF7A - JAMES P MANDAVILLE, JR – 11638 N. Ribbonwood Dr. - Oro Valley, AZ 85737 USA
His QRZ.com info says he is mainly interested in 3-4 watt QRP on 30 m, but nothing about this beacon. I was hoping for the mystery voice comms
from Alpha One Alpha on 13555, but nothing tonight until 0153 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1735 monitoring: yes, 1735, two-week-old show appeared Friday Sept 5 at 2130 on WRMI 7570 & 15770,
compensating for latest show 1737 instead of week-old 1736 at new time Thursday 2330 on 11580. This week, 7570 much better than 15770 here,
and improving more by 2200 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7555, Sept 6 at 0147, KJES is on with kid in English reciting rote devotionals; first time heard in at least a week, usually off during
scheduled sesquihour (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Ivan Dias
Equipamentos à venda
Caros amigos, Disponibilizo para venda os seguintes equipamentos:
SDR Quicksilver QS1R - Pode gravar até 2 MHz do espectro para posterior processamento. Capta de 10 kHz a 62,5 MHz. Muitos DX que compartilhei
aqui foram feitos com ele. Equipamento em perfeito estado de conservação e funcionamento. Para maiores informações, visitem o site
http://www.srl-llc.com/
Conversor Dientronik WB-80-120-TP - Aliado ao QS1R é possível sintonizar e gravar qualquer porção (de até 2 MHz) da faixa compreendida entre 80
e 120 MHz. Fiz muitos DX em FM com ele, incluindo diversas captações de estações caribenhas em Apiaí/SP. Para maiores informações, visitem o
site http://www.dientronik.de/products.en.html O valor total é R$ 1250.
Vendo apenas o conjunto completo.
Conforme informado acima, ambos equipamentos estão em perfeito estado de conservação e funcionamento.
Aos interessados solicito que entrem em contato diretamente comigo pelo email [email protected]
Ivan Dias Jr. - Sorocaba/SP - https://www.youtube.com/regionaldx - http://ivandias.wordpress.com - http://twitter.com/ivandiasjr
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Cumprimentos. A equipa de administração
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Fonte de 24 Volts
Pessoal, tenho uma fonte de 24V / 60A. Era de um avião. Pergunta: é possivel fazer duas saídas de 12V/60A?Como faz isso??
Otavio Augusto de Mello - PU9AMO / PT9005SWL / PT1055 - GPD - Grupo de Prevenção a Desastres - IRESC Member
Campo Grande/MS – Brasil - SKYPE:otavio.mello - http://www.hambrasil.com.br/pu9amo - http://otaviomello.wordpress.com/
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Marcelo Munari
Interferência de tv no radio
Olá Ivan tudo bem, tenho uma duvida, o que você usa de filtro para eliminar interferência na banda de fm brodcast , porque aqui quando o vizinho
liga a TV, acaba com o meu DX em FM no radio, só consigo escutar as locais, mas ai não tem graça hihihi, bom então você sabe se existe algum filtro
para eliminar essa interferência, e se existe esse filtro, ou o eu devo fazer.
73 - Marcelo Munari - Itaqui RS
Mauricio Pimenta Cunha
Ajuda : Faixa de medição do medidor Soundy SWR-1000
Ola amigos. Hoje fui presenteado por um amigo ,com um lindo e novo medidor de estacionarias marca SOUNDY modelo SWR-1000 , porem nao
tenho o manual nem a caixa dele. Gostaria de saber dos colegas , qual a FAIXA e POTENCIA de medição deste equipamento . Se alguem puder me
ajudar , ficaria muito grato. Segue foto.
Paz na terra , humildade sempre . Atenciosamente ,
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FREE RADIO WEEKLY #967: September 6, 2014
FREE RADIO WEEKLY #967: September 6, 2014 -Covering Free Radio activity from August 30 – September 5, 2014
EDITORS: Harold Frodge [email protected] - Dave Turnick [email protected] - Larry Will [email protected]
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Please QSL and think good thoughts about our contributors, without who, there is no newsletter:
#967 Contributors Chris Gay, Kentucky
William Hassig, IL [email protected]
Harold Frodge, Midland MI, USA
John Sedlacek (Omaha, NE) [email protected]
Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702 [email protected]
Chris Lobdell , MA 02180, USA
Ron Hunsicker, Wyomissing PA: [email protected]
Wil Lindsay Reading, PA [email protected]
>>>Stations Logged <<<
Cupid Radio
Insane Radio
Wolverine Radio
Undercover Radio
Radio Free Whatever
YHWH
XLR8
Northwoods Radio
He-Man Radio
Old Time Radio
Time, all times are UTC
NORTH AMERICAN LOGS:
*** Cupid Radio ***
15069.6 AM, 8-31-14 1950Z. Widely varying signal strength but mostly weak. Music and announcer couldn't make out most of it. (Gay-KY)
*** Insane Radio ***
6924.2am, 8-31-14, 0040-0050utc, fair/poor/static, comedy apparently from bcnonline.com, strange heavy metal music. (Hassig-IL)
6925 AM, 0022-0050*, 8-31-14 SIO: 343 Tunes "Wonderment" by High Ranking, "Big Bloody Booger On The Bathroom Wall" by The
Meatmen,"Shut Up" by The Coathangers. OM with strange talking about Hipsters doing the Dub Step, cancer. ID loop at 0050, then off. Weird show.
[Lobdell-MA]
6924.2AM 31 Aug 2014 0004-0047 Early on, frequent IDs with music, a sketch about Mount Rushmore, a poem about the evils of society, 1609
West Kilgore Road, Wild Kingdom, Corporate Commanders by Hobby Loffy, and God being annoyed. (45244, Hunsicker, PA)
*** Wolverine Radio ***
6935usb, 8-31-14, 0149-0221utc, good sig, songs with fire theme incl "wheels of fire", SSTV/FAX at 0219utc. (Hassig-IL)
Wolverine Radio 6935-USB, Aug 31 at 0139, big pirate signal with ``Great Balls of Fire``, and 0143, ``Don`t Play with Me, `Cause You`re
Playin` with Fire``; 0151 ``I`ve Seen Fire and I`ve Seen Rain`` --- must be Wolverine Radio with tunes on a theme, fire tonight, though never
caught an ID. Yup, numerous logs at hfunderground.com and Joe Farley caught this fiery SSTV image at
0218:http://i1049.photobucket.com/albums/s387/jFarley44/201408310218_zps6b8ea75d.jpg
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 1737, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
*** Undercover Radio ***
6935usb, 8-31-14, 0229-0234utc, fair, test bcst, recording of Wm. F. Burroughs talking about medical operation in unsanitary conditions possibly
on board a ship, mailto:[email protected] (Hassig-IL)
*** Radio Free Whatever ***
6940/U, 0044-0050:13*, 2-Sep; DJ Dick Weed w/litepop music & banter with his assistant, "The Snap, Crackle & Pop of SW",mailto:
[email protected] SIO=3+54 (Frodge-MI)
6940 USB / 0030-0050* / SEP 02. Caught tail-end of show. Soft rock piece followed by playlist of songs recently played and unable to copy.
Discussions between two hosts about time on a shortwave station going for $50/hr and mojitos. Fair signal/audio. (Sedlacek-NE)
6940 USB, 0010-0050*, 09-02-14 SIO: 454 Dick Weed and Stavin with a request show. Tunes by Death Cab for Cutie, Bastille, Black Lemon, Bob
Mould, etc. Nice audio. [Lobdell-MA]
*** YHWH ***
9605/AM, 0253-0311+, 31-Aug; Yahweh dude low-key preaching—no rants hrd, but many, many, many, many mentions of Yahweh. Wonder how he
greets the Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses when they come knocking? SIO=323- w/hiss QRM, USB takes out. Still [email protected] (Frodge-MI)
9605 AM / 0250-0405+ / SEP 04. Usual sermons about erroneous Christian beliefs and the use and lack thereof of the biblically proper and only
name for God, YHWH. May have been two shows aired successively because usual ending of program with hymn led immediately into apparently
another show. Did mention receiving a letter from a listener but never did hear any type of contact information. Poor-to-fair signal because of noise
levels. (Sedlacek-NE)
*** XLR8 ***
6925/U, 0205-0216+, 3-Sep; Hard & punk rock tunes; ID @0214. SIO=353 (Frodge-MI)
6925 USB / 0140+ / SEP 03. Good signal/audio despite high noise levels. Unfortunately, unable to recognize songs played. (Sedlacek-NE)
*** Northwoods Radio ***
6925 USB / 0105-0121* / SEP 03. Song by Sly and the Family Stone. Jingle from radio station CKLW? Canadian commentary about how
unappreciated the U.S.A. is in the world. S/off with station ID and loon call. Decent signal despite high static levels. (Sedlacek-NE)
6925 USB, 0028-0120*, 09-03-14 SIO: 444 Played an old show from former Top 40 rocker CKLW's "Million Dollar Weekend". Tunes by Elton John,
Beatles, Hues Corp, Carl Douglas, Kinsmen, off with "The Americans" speech by Gordon Sinclair, then Northwoods ID, loon noises. [Lobdell-MA]
*** He-Man Radio (?) ***
6924.2 AM 00:12 UTC Aug 31Guitar heavy rock music w/ vocals. Comedy bit about Mt. Rushmore & more music ID with heavy echo was hard to
identify. Fast Fading in and out of static from 39 to 59 at times. Signal picked up to a nice clear S9+ during a dramatic song at 00:25 followed by a
poetic no-wave style song & more guitar-heavy tunes. (Great tunes -- I'd love to see a playlist!) 00:33 gave a comedy skit on the American Hipster,
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more stand-up at 00:40, and lots more music. Hard to decipher echo-loop-ID at 00:50 before sign-off. I may be miss-hearing this ID. . (Lindsay-PA)
*** Old Time Radio ***
6770 AM 19:40 UTC Aug 31 Various recordings from early radio, with classic commercials. Barely over the noise at 27 to 37 but easy to identify from
previous evening sittings on this frequency. I've yet to hear an ID on this one. On continuously, and much improved with a 39 to 49 @ 21:00 when
"The Six Shooter" with James Stewart came on. Signal up to 49 to 59 (still some summer static) by the start of "Wild Bill Hickok" at 22:00. (LindsayPA)
UNIDs
6924.4 AM 02:48 UTC Sept 1 Standup comedy, 29 to 39 under heavy static. Into guitar heavy rock music at 02:52. Echo-loop ID at 02:59 sounds
the same as what I believe was He-Man Radio near this frequency at 00:12 UTC on August 31
EURO AND SOUTH AMERICAN LOGS
*** Black Bandit/Bandito Negro ***
Holland, 5830 AM, 2228-2324+, 08-29-14 SIO: 343 Black Bandit with IDs in Spanish and English with shout out to Jari in Finland, play C&W tunes,
Dutch Polkas. [Lobdell-MA]. Blank Bandit-Holland, 5825 AM, 2315-2355*, 08-30-14 SIO: 343 C&W tunes, talking by BB, IDing as "BBR" Radio.
[Lobdell-MA]
*** Radio Powerliner ***
6290 AM, 2335-0021+, 8-29/30-14 SIO: 343 Lots of Dutch polka, beer drinking tunes, IDs mostly in Dutch by OM announcer.[Lobdell-MA]
*** Radio Tango Italia ***
Italy, 6244.5 AM, 2239-2314+, 08-30-14 SIO: 232 Tango vocal tune, ID by OM, into instrumental tangos. [Lobdell-MA]
EUROPEAN UNIDs
6300 AM, 2252-2317*, 08-29-14 SIO: 232 pop tunes, oldies, including "Proud Mary" by CCR at 2253. Too weak to ID although some were
given.[Lobdell-MA]
QSLs RECEIVED
Personalized QSL from Pipeline Radio for a 26 May 2014 broadcast on 6925AM. I tuned in at 2347, after the broadcast started, and listened until
sign-off at 0019 UTC. Thank-you! (Hunsicker, PA)
Electronic Mail Addresses for stations http://piratedatabase.webhop.net/
COMMENTS: Wow ! Ron Hunsicker finally sent in a log. 73’s. Dave
ODXC
Target Listening - OCTOBER 2014 by Country
Harold Sellers, 3211 Centennial Dr., Suite 23, Vernon, BC V1T 2T8 - E-mail: [email protected]
Target Listening provides a guide to where, when and how to hear all radio countries operating on the shortwave bands. Reports from our readers and
other references are used to compile tips that can assist you to log these countries
This column was last updated October 2nd.
Notes:
(1) The purpose of Target Listening is two-fold. One, to give you tips on how to hear the country in question. Second, to help you in your quest to hear
as many countries as possible. Some targets are easy to hear, while others may be extremely difficult – and everything in between!
(2) Target Listening includes two sections. The first section is a by-time listing, which lists only time, country and frequencies. The countries listed
here may be relay sites or the direct source of the broadcast. [Refer to the by-country listing for that country for complete details.] The second section
is a by-country list giving the best chances to hear the country, according to monitoring reports from club members or from other publications and
sources. We give you the best chances to hear broadcasts direct from transmitters in the target country, but we also list relay transmissions if these
may be well heard, so those interested in the programs from the country have the best opportunity to hear them.
(3) Relay broadcasters may be found under both the country where the studios are as well as where the relay transmitters are. In the first case, this is
so you will know where to look for the transmissions of that country’s broadcaster. In the latter case, the intent is to give you an easier (usually!) target
to log the country serving as a relay.
(4) The country names used in T.L. are taken from the NASWA Radio Country List, which we use in the ODXA. As a result you will find some countries
from past history that are now politically part of another country. The Country List is available on the North American Short Wave Association website,
http://www.naswa.net
Legend :
Times are in UTC, frequencies in kiloHertz * sign-on or sign-off time v variable frequency <1800> heard before and after time within brackets;
1800> heard from this time; <1800 heard to this time
Abkhazia [separtist area of Georgia]
Apsua Radio *0700-0800 Abkhaz, 0800-0810* Russian 9535 irregularly Mon, Wed & Fri.
Albania
Radio Tirana broadcasts in English: *0130-0155*
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Tues-Sun 9845; *2000-2030* M-Sa 7465. One hour later in the Fall.
Algeria
Radio Algerienne *0600-0700* 11985; *1900-2100*
11765; *2100-2300* 7495; all in Arabic with 5 minutes of French news at top-of-the-hour 06, 20, 22. All via France.
Angola
Radio Nacional in Portuguese 4950v <2100-0500>.
Anguilla
Caribbean Beacon *2200-1000* 6090, *1000-2200* 11775. University Network, Melissa Scott programs.
China (Tibet)
Xizang PBS, Lhasa, <1100-1700> Tibetan, except
English 1600-1700 4905, 4920, 6110, 6200, 7255.
Tibetan <2200-2400> 4905, 4920, 6110, 6130, 6200, 7255, 7385.
Colombia
LV de tu Conciencia 6010v <0000-0500>, <1000-1100> Spanish.
Alcaraván Radio 5910 <0100-1100> Spanish.
Congo, Democratic Republic of
Radio Candip 5066 *0400-0430> French.
Congo, Republic of
Radio Congo <1745-1830* approx., French, 6115.
Cuba
Radio Habana Cuba, English, *0100-0700* 6000, 6165; *0500-0700* 5040(-06), 6060,6100; *1900-2000* 11760; *2300-2400*
5040,11880. (Hauser,DXLD Apr 7/14)
Cyprus (Turkish section, Rep. of Northern Cyprus)
Radio Bayrak <1800-2400> Greek 6150.
Diego Garcia
AFRTS, American Forces Network 4319 USB <2100-0200*, 12759 USB *0200-1400*.
Djibouti
Radiodiffusion-Television de Djibouti *0300-0400>, <2000-2100* on 4780, Arabic for Holy Qu'ran, Afar or Somali otherwise.
Ecuador
HCJB, La Voz de los Andes *0130-0500* M-F, *0300-0500* Sa/Su Spanish 6050.
Egypt
Radio Cairo in English *0200-0330* 9315; *1600-1800* 15345; *2300-0030* 9965.
England
BBC *1800-2000* 13660, English.
Equatorial Guinea (Bata)
Radiodif. da Guinea Ecuatorial, Radio Bata 5005
Spanish and Vernacular <2000-2100>.
Eritrea
Voice of the Broad Masses of Eritrea, *0300-0600* 9705v (to 0500) and varying around 7100, in local languages.
Ethiopia
Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio Ethiopia
*0300-0400+ Amharic & local languages; *1600-1700
English, 1700-1800 French, 1800-2100* Amharic & local languages, on 7237v, 9566v.
Radio Fana *0300-0430> 6110, 7210 Amharic.
Voice of Tigray Revolution *0300-0400> 5950 Tigrinya and Afar.
France
Radio France International French *0400-0700*
7390, 9790(-06); *1200-1300* 21690; *1700-1800*17620, 17850; *1700-2000* 15300; *1800-2100*11995.
Germany, East (former German Dem. Rep.)
The Mighty KBC *0000-0200* Su 7375.
Trans World Radio *0700-0750*(M-F, -0720 Sa/Su)
English 6105. One hour later in the Fall.
Germany, West (Federal Rep. of Germany)
DW, all broadcasts via Rwanda, *0400-0600* 7425(-0530), 9470(-05), 9800; *0600-0630* 15275, 17800; *0600-0700* 9800,15700;
*1900-2200* 9655(20-),
11800(20-), 11865, 15275(-1930). All in English.
Hamburger Lokal Radio *0600-0900* Wed & Sat
7265 Spanish, Portuguese & English.
Greece
Elliniki Radiophonia, ERTOpen Greek <1200-0800> irregular and may be on any of 9420, 9935, 15630, 15650.
Guam
KTWR, Trans World Radio, English *0850-0930*
M-Fri 15200; *1400-1425* M/Tu/F, -1430 Th, -1435 Su/W* 15190.
Adventist World Radio, KSDA *1600-1630* English
11865, 11995; *2230-2300* English 15320.
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Guatemala
Radio Verdad <0100-0610*, *1000-1200> 4055, Spanish, with some religious programs in English and Japanese.
India
All India Radio in English *1745-1945* 7550, 11670, 13695; *2045-2230* 7550, 9445, 11670, 11740; *2245-0045* 9690, 9705, 11710.
India (Andaman Island)
All India Radio, Port Blair 4760 *1030-1230> Hindi, English news at 1230; *2355>.
India (Goa)
All India Radio *1515-1600* Gujarati 15175. *2045-2230* 11740 English; *2245-0045* 9705 English.
India (Kashmir)
Radio Kashmir Srinagar <0100-0215* Hindi & Kashmiri 4950.
India(Sikkim)
AIR, Gangtok 4835 *0100>, <1200-1300> Hindi.
Indonesia (Irian Jaya)
RRI, Wamena <1200-1400> 4870 Indonesian.
RRI, Nabire <0800* 7290v, Indonesian.
Indonesia (Jawa)
Voice of Indonesia, English *1300-1400* & *19002000* 9525.9.
Indonesia (Kalimantan)
RRI, Palangkaraya 3325 Indonesian <1100-1300>, in winter <2230>.
Indonesia (Maluka)
RRI, Ternate 3345v in winter <1200-1500* Indonesian. May only be on the air for Ramadan.
Iran
The Voice of Justice in English *0323-0420* 11780, 13650; *1523-1620* 13785, 15525; *1923-2020* 9400, 9715, 11885, 11985.
Japan
NHK World Radio Japan, English: *0500-0530* 5975 via England, 11970 via France; *1000-1030* 9625 direct;* 1200-1230* 11740 via
Singapore; *1400-1430* 15735 via Uzbekistan, 11705 via Palau; *1800-1830* 9755 via South Africa.
Radio Nikkei *0800-1500* Japanese 3925, 6055, 9595.
Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of
Voice of Korea in English *0400-0500* 9445,11735, 13760,15180; *0600-0700* 7220,9445,9730; *1000-1100* 11710, 15180; *13001400* 9435, 11710; *1900-2000* 9875,11635.
Korea, Republic of
KBS World Radio in English *1300-1400* 15575; *1600-1700* 9640; *2200-2300* 11810.
Kuwait
Radio Kuwait *1800-2100* English 15540.
Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyz National Radio, First Program 4010, 4795, 4821 *0000> in Kyrgyz and Russian.
Laos
Lao National Radio, Domestic Service 6130 <1100-1500> in Laotian and Thai 1330, English 1400, French 1430, Vietnamese 1500. Gongs/bells
on hour at 1200.
Liberia
ELWA <0600-0800>, <2300-2400* English 4760.
Lithuania
Radio Free Asia *0100-0200* Uyghur 9400.
Madagascar
Radio Nationaly Malagasy *0230-0500* & <1400-1600> 5010; <1400-1500* 6135v; in Malagasy.
Vatican Radio English *0300-0330* 7360; *0500-0530* 13765.
Malaysia (Malaya)
Asyik FM <1300-1500* 6050v in Bahasa Malay.
Sarawak FM <1000-1800> Bahasa Malay 9835.
Wai FM <1000-1600* Bahasa Malay 11665.
Klasik Radio <1100-1300> Bahasa Malay 5965v.
Mali
Radiodiffusion-TV Malienne *0555-0800* 5995. <2200-2400* 5995. French, Bambara.
China Radio International *1400-1600* English 17630.
Mexico
Radio Educacion 6185 Spanish, some English *0000-1200*.
The Cross Radio 4755.5 English <0700-1200*. Sometimes runs later.
Mongolia
Mongolian Radio 2 <1300-1500> Mongolian 4830, 4895, 7260.
Voice of Mongolia *0900-0930* English 12085.
Morocco (former Spanish Morocco)
Radio Medi Un 9575 French & Arabic <0500-0600>, <2200-2400>.
Myanmar
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Radio Myanma *0930-1630* Burmese with English 1530 on 5985 or 5985.8v. 9730 <1000-1130* Burmese and also airs some Radio Australia
programs in English. (Howard, DXLD, Apr 2/14)
Thazin Radio *0930-1430 Burmese, 1430-1500* English 6165.
New Zealand
Radio New Zealand International, English, *0459- 0758* 11725; *0759-1259* 9700; *1300-1550* 6170; *1551-1745* 5975; *1746-1850*
9700; *1851-2150* 11725; *2151-0458* 15720.
Nicaragua
Radio El Buen Pescador (The Good Fisherman) 8989 USB <2300-0100*, Spanish, evangelical broadcasts to fishermen.
Nigeria
Voice of Nigeria English *0500-0700*, *1500-1600* 15120.
Northern Marianas Islands
Radio Free Asia via Saipan *1600-1630* Chinese 9455, 15560.
Voice of America via Tinian, *1300-1500* Korean 11935.
Oman
BBC in English *0000-0100* 5970; *0300-0500* 12095; *1500-1700* 9410.
Radio Sultanate of Oman *0300-0400* English 15355. *1400-1500* English 15140.
Pakistan
Radio Pakistan *0045-0215* Urdu 11600, 15730. *1330-1530* Urdu 15235. *1700-1900* Urdu 9350, 11570. (Ivanov, DXLD Apr 5/14)
Palau
World Harvest Radio *1200-1400* Sat/Sun English 9930.
Radio Australia *1300-1430* English 9965.
NHK World Radio Japan *1400-1430* English 11705.
Papua New Guinea (New Britain)
NBC East New Britain 3385 (-1230*) in Tok Pisin.
Papua New Guinea (New Guinea Territory)
NBC Madang 3260 (-1200*), NBC Sandaun 3205 <0800-1300>, in Tok Pisin.
Peru
Radio Logos 4810 <0200-0400>, *0900-1100> Spanish.
Radio Vision 4790 <0100-1100> Spanish.
Radio Huanta 2000 *0930-1100> 4747 Spanish.
Philippines
Radyo Philipinas in English & Filipino, *0200-0330* 15640, 17700, 17820; *1730-1930* 9825, 15190.
Pridnestrovie (Moldova)
Radio Miraya *0300-0600* 11560, in English & Arabic. (see South Sudan).
Denge Kurdistane *0300-0500>, <1300-1500* Kurdish 11510. (Ivo, DX Re Mix News, Mar 28/14)
Romania
Radio Romania International, English *0000-0100* 9700, 11955; *0300-0400* 7350, 9645; *1100-1200* 15130, 15400, 17680; *20302100* 15170, 17510; *2200-2300* 9765, 11940. 1 hour later in the Fall.
Russia (European)
Radio Magic Eye *1200-1600* Fridays only, Russian, 25900.
Rwanda
Radio Rwanda 6055 French and vernacular *0255-0600*, 0430 news in vernacular. French to 2100*.
DW *0400-0600* 7425(-0530), 9470(-05), 9800; *0600-0630* 15275, 17800; *0600-0700* 9800,15700; *1900-2200* 9655(20-),
11800(20-), 11865, 15275(-1930). All in English.
Sao Tome
VOA in English *0400-0500* 4960; *1600-1700* 15580; *1900-2000* daily & *2030-21* Sa/Su 4940.
Saudi Arabia
Radio Riyadh and Radio Jeddah, Arabic *1500-1800* 15225, 15435; *1800-2300* 9555,9870; *1200-1500 17705, 21505.
Serbia
International Radio Serbia *2100-2130* English 6100 via Bosnia-Hercegovina. One hour later in the Fall.
Singapore
BBC *0000-0100* 15335; *1100-1500* 6195, 9740; English.
Radio Australia, English *1100-1300* 6140.
Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corp. <0400-0500* 9545 & <0700-1200* 5020; Pijin & English.
Somalia
Radio Hargeisa *0330-0500>, *1300-1400*, *1500> 7120, in Somali except English 1320-1340.
South Africa
Channel Africa, in English and all M-F only, *0300-0400* 3345, 6155; *0400-0700* 7230; *0600-0700* 15255; *1700-1800* 15235.
South Sudan
Radio Miraya *0300-0600* 11560 via Pridnestrovskiy (Moldova), in English & Arabic. Spain
R. Exterior de España *0000-0100* English 6055. Leaving shortwave on October 15th.
Sri Lanka
Radio Sri Lanka (Ceylon) *0115-0230* Bangla & Hindi, with English 0230-0330 Su, on 11905. (Jacob, DXLD Aug 24/14)
Sudan
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Radio Omdurman, Arabic *0215-0430* & *1930-2100* 7205.
Voice of Africa Radio, 1630-1730 French, 1730-1830 English, local languages after 1830, on 9505.
Surinam
Radio Apintie <2300-0300>, <0300-0900> Dutch and vernacular 4990.
Swaziland
Trans World Radio
0255-0330* M-Sa Ndebele, 0310* Su English 3200;
0255-0330* Shona 3240;
0400-0500* English Mon-Fri, German Sat/Sun 3200, 4775;
0500-0800* English 4775 (Sa/Su), 6120, 9500;
1800-1900* 9500 English.
Taiwan
Radio Taiwan International, English *1100-1200*direct 7445; *1600-1700* 15485 via France.
Tajikistan
Radio Tajikistan <2300-0400> Tajik 4765.
Democratic Voice of Burma *1430-1530* Burmese & dialects 11560. DVB will be leaving shortwave at the end of October.
Radio Free Asia *1200-1400* Tibetan 15195. (Sellers June 14/14)
Tanzania (Zanzibar)
ZBC Radio *0300-0400> Swahili 6015; <1800-2100*Swahili, English news 1800-1810, 11735. IDs also as "ZBC" or "Spice FM".
Thailand
Radio Thailand in English *0000-0100* & *0200-0230* 15590; *1230-1300* & *1400-1430* 9390; *1900-2000* & *2030-2045* 9390.
Turkey
Voice of Turkey, English *0300-0355* 9515; *1230-1325* 15450; *1830-1925* 6050; *2200-2250* 9830. 1 hour later in the Fall.
Uganda
UBC Radio 4976 *0200-0400> English news 0400.<2030-2200* daily, Swahili.
United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi)
Radio Australia *2200-2400* English 9855 & 9610 (-2330).
United States
Radio Marti *0000-0300* Spanish 6030, 7365.
United States (Alaska)
KNLS English *1000-1100* 9655; *1200-1300* 7355; *1500-1600* 9920.
Uruguay
Radiodifusión Nacional del Uruguay <2100-0300> Spanish 6125. (Nigro & Slaen, DXLD, Jan. 24/14)
Radio La Voz de Artigas 6076v <2000-2300> Spanish. (Slaen via DXplorer May 23/14)
Uzbekistan
NHK World Radio Japan *1400-1430* English 11695.
Vatican Radio *0140-0200* English 11730.
Vanuatu
Radio Vanuatu <0600-1215* 3945, 7260 in English & Bislama. Japan's Radio Nikkei Two also on 3945, but signs-off at 0900 Saturdays.
Vatican
Vatican Radio *0140-0200* 11730 via Uzbekistan, 15470 via Philippines; *0300-0330* 7360 via Madagascar, 9660 direct; *0500-0530*
11625 direct, 13765 via Madagascar; *1730-1800* 13765; *2000-2030* 13765, 15570; all in English.
Vietnam (Democratic People’s Republic, formerly North Vietnam area)
Voice of Vietnam English *0100-0130* & *0230-0300* 12005 via England; *0330-0400* 6175 via USA. *1230-1300* 9840, 12020. *23302400* 9840, 12020.
Yemen
Republic of Yemen Radio *0300-0500>, <1400-1500* 6135 Arabic. *1800-1900* English 6135.
Zambia
ZNBC *0250-0400> English and vernacular, Radio One 5915.
Zimbabwe
Voice of Zimbabwe <2200-0300> 6045 in vernacular and English.
References:
DSWCI Danish Shortwave Club Int'l
DXplorer electronic DX news group
DXLD Glenn Hauser’s DX Listening
ODXA ODXA Yahoo Group
Digest Yahoo Group
WRTH World Radio TV Handbook
Alfedo Meurer Jr
Algumas escutas de hoje de tarde em 10m
Boa noite Huelbe, Vamos lá,
No momento eu tenho aqui no meu QTH duas antenas somente instaladas;
- Uma dipolo para a faixa de amador de 40m, ressonante em 7150, feita com fio de bitola 4mm e descida com cabo coaxial americano de altissima
qualidade de malha prateada de 99% de malha, logo não passa nenhum QRM por essa malha, porém ainda baixa em altura do meu telhado.
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- Uma antena vertical de 5/8 de onda modelo PT5 que eu comprei da Gallo Shop no mercado livre no inicio do ano passado e ela veio ajustada para
28500 e também com um cabo coaxial americano de malha prateada de 99% de malha, o mesmo cabo coaxial que eu tenho na antena dipolo de
meia onda para 40m.
Eu comprei no ano passado o Kit irradiante da Electril modelo 1DX4 de aluminio de alta performance para 5 bandas com 4 bobinas Traps; 40m,
20m, 15m, 12m e 10m, mas ainda não encontrei o mastro cilíndrico de 8m que eu quero comprar para instalar ela e ter uma antena muito melhor
do que a que eu tenho para 40m com mais 3 faixas agregadas e com uma performance de recepççao muito boa, continuarei com a PT5 para 28500,
estou atrás desse mastro mãs não encontro ele, terei que fazer esse mastro com canos separadamente até o final dste ano e depois colcoar um
pequeno rotor no alto desse mastro para ter essa antena direcional, ou melhor, os dois lóbulos dela ficarem apontados para uma posição que me dê
uma melhor escuta numa determinada estação.
O que eu uso desde o inicio do ano passado são as duas antenas citadas mais lá acima e a recepção na banda de 40m com a antena dipolo me dá
uma vantagem muito grende, pois ela está ressonante em 40m e isso me ajuda muito em relação à uma antena long wire.
- A antena vertical PT5 está sob um mastro não muito alto e ela me dá um ganho modesto sobre o dipolo de meia onda, cerca de 1,5db e também
me ajuda muito nas escutas na faixa e 10m.
Para a sua informação,
Quando eu escuto uma estação bem fraca em 10m com a PT5, se eu colocar a dipolo de meia onda para 40m, eu não escuto mais a estação, pois
são antenas muito díspares em frequências ressonantes e o mesmo acontece quando eu escuto uma estação fraca em 40m com a antena dipolo e
ao colocar a PT5 eu não escuto ela de forma alguma.
Ai eu fico com um hiato (um down, uma baixa de recepção) bem acentuado de boas escutas para as faixas de 20m, sendo 15m, a faixa de amadores
que eu tenho a pior escuta e em 12m eu uso a PT5 que me satisfaz bem melhor que se eu usasse uma antena unifilar.
Eu uso normalmente o receptor Sony modelo 7600G em 40m e 20m e nos 12m e em 10m eu uso o Degen De1103 que tem uma recepção muito
mais sensível nessas 2 bandas que o 7600G.
Em breve esses receptores serão apenas para ouvir estações locais, pois estou para receber os transistores Fets (5) deles para serem trocados pelos
dois amplificadores de RF de meu Kenwod R-5000 de antena que estão queimados devido a uma descarga elétrica que ionizou o ar e eles
morreram, eles chegarão dos EUA na semana que vem e as minhas escutas serão feitas no R-5000 que é infinitamente mais radio que todos os
portáteis que se conhece juntos, só o noise blanker 2 dele acaba com todos os ruídos elétricos que existem e terei uma recepção aqui maravilhosa
com o R-5000.
Eu estive QRT desde o final de 1992 até voltar timidamente no final de novembro de 2012 e ano passado aos poucos fui retornando às atividades de
SWL.
Hoje eu tive a grande surpresa de ver o renascer da banda de 10m que estava fechadissima há 3 meses, na verdade eu não ligava o radio em DX
desde junho todo, pois os amadores que eu conheço daqui de perto e são DXistas, alguns com antenas direcionais monobandas de 5 elementos
para a faixa de 10m me diziam que nunca tinham visto uma baixa de propagação tão terrível como aconteceu este ano.
Na verdade no meio do ano passado já se anunciava que este ano as coisas não seriam nada boas, como realmente não foram.
Uma coisa que me ajuda demais é ter todos os indicativos dos 340 países DXCC válidos em minha mente, os antigos que não mudaram e os novos
que memorizei rapido, e ao ouvir inicialmente um numero seguido de duas letras normalmente me ajuda muito a pegar o seu prefixo, os mais fáceis
são quando um amador fala dois numeros, ai fica muito fácil para mim, no caso de T88VW foi instantâneo, pois só existe T8, então o indicativo se
monta em minha mente como uma musica.
Ai eu associo o lugar, o possivel indicativo e a banda e tendo todos os indicativos em minha mente imediatamente eu sei as chances reais de um
dado país DXCC estar ali com o ou os numeros que ele fala de imediato, assim com os outros prefixos, mas também não é fácil montar o indicativo
todo, por exemplo; uma estação fala; delta 3 charlie hunsmmm, eu logo sei que D3C é angola e depois tenho que decifrar as demais letras do sufixo,
mas tendo os indicativos na mente facilita incrivelmente identificar a estação completa.
Não fui eu quem criou nada disso que eu escrevi acima, isso eu aprendi com grandes mestres do passado e uma pratica do dia à dia dá, sem dúvida
uma maior rapidez na identificação de uma rara estação ou qualquer outra.
Antecipei aqui parte de uma coluna minha que eu escrevo para o boletim DX HAM DXismo voltada ao DXismo de amadores raros.
Memorizar 340 indicativos mais as suas variantes não é nada fácil, mas olhando aquela lista da ARRL toda hora ela acaba entrando na nossa
cabeça e com ela em dia, as coisas ficam muito mais rapidas e mais fáceis de serem feitas, a gente identifica imediatamente um DX comum de um
bem mais raro.
Espero ter ajudado aqui em alguma coisa e tudo depende de pratica, só isso.
No boletim atividade do DXCB eu vou postar as minhas melhrores escutas do ano passado e deste ano, tem coisas bem interessantes e já vou
começar a confirmar muitas, a minha primeira confirmada foi de A52JR Bhutan em 40m duas escutas e em 12m também 2 escutas, eu queria muito
ter confirmado Bhutan em 10m, mas eu não ouvi ele de forma alguma no inicio deste ano, os operadors de lá estavam com condições muito
precárias de estação, 130W de RF e antenas verticais, foram escutas super sofrida, mas pior foi de FT5ZM Amsterdam que operava sempre voltada
para o norte, mas deu para pegar ele, essa será a proxima confirmada, entre outras.
Uma outra informação que pode ser importante a você e a todos é sempre estarem atentos aos boletins de DX anunciados, de imadiato já sabendo
que tal estação com o ndicativo **** estará ativa nos dias tais a tais já são 50% de sucesso de conquistar uma ótima figurinha.
Um grande abraço a todos e comecem a tentar memorizar aos pucos os indicativos das estações mais dificeis, as mais fáceis todo mundo já
conhece, iso vai dar uma dianteira tremenda a todos vocês de identificarem muito mais rapido uma rara estação.
GD 73 DE - Alfedo Meurer Jr - ZY1-0001SWL
Alfedo Meurer Jr
Segunda feira dia 8 de setembro, DXpedition relâmpago a CY0C Sable Is.
Boa noite a todos.
Venho informar que somente na segunda feira proxima, dia 8 de setembro de 2014 está marcada uma Micro DXpedition a uma ilha inóspita no
atlântico norte chamada Sable Is. um país DXCC não muito comum de ser operado.
As informações resumidas estão aqui abaixo.
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CY0C - One-Day DXpedition to Sable Island - VE1RGB, WA4DAN, and N0TG - September 08, 2014 - 1330-2130Z
Esse QTR é de matar para nós do sul e do sudeste do Brasil, pois os melhores momentos de propagação para CY0C começarão após as 18:00z em
diante, sendo ótimo após as 21:00z e diante.
Porém muito bom para os amadores e SWL que residem no norte e nordeste do Brasil.
About Sable Island
Sable Island is located approximately 300 km east-southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia. It's approximately 45 kilometers long and 1 kilometer wide
and composed entirely of sand.
The Meteorological Service of Canada, a branch of Environmental Canada, maintains a continuous presence on the island. There are also seasonally
occupied facilities belonging to Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and Coast Guard and these include a number of buildings, two lighthouses, two
helicopters landing pads and a navigation beacon.
Island access and activities are administered by the Canadian Coast Guard on behalf of the Government of Canada pursuant to the Sable Island
Regulations of the Canada Shipping Act.
Sable Island is renowned for its wild horses and shipwrecks. It is also an island with a fascinating geology and natural history.
Few people have the chance to visit Sable Island because of its protected status. Those who have set foot on the fine white
A team consisting of VE1RGB, WA4DAN, and N0TG, each of whom have previously operated from Sable Island, plan to depart from Halifax, Nova
Scotia, weather permitting, around 1115Z on Monday, September 8. Departure from Sable Island is planned for 2245Z, which should allow for
approximately 8 hours of operating time. The special call sign, CY0C, has been issued for this operation.
At the moment, the policy of Parks Canada is that "... visits to Sable Island shall be restricted to daylight hours only..."
Since the new Parks Canada policy requires departure at the end of the day of arrival, one of the objectives of the CY0C DXpedition is to assess the
feasibility and practicality for future one-day amateur radio DXpeditions to Sable Island..
For this operation, N0TG will primarily operate CW on 17 and 30 meters while WA4DAN will operate SSB on 20 meters. VE1RGB will take the lead in
assessing the operations and determine technical methods and operational techniques to improve efficiencies. A detailed "feasibility assessment"
with recommendations that, hopefully, could encourage future groups to consider one-day DXpeditions, will be shared with the DX community.
Bem, não será nada fácil para nós daqui do sudeste e sul do Brasil pegar eles, mas no decorrer do dia até o fim dessa micro DXpedition as chances
irão aumentando.
Eu e o Samuel Cassio MArtins e S. CArlos - SP PY2604SWL estivemos imaginando uma possivel operação de CY0C, isso é claro! são apenas
hipóteses baseadas em probabilidades.
Sem dúvida essa DXpedition estará voltada aos amadores dos EUA, pois CY0C está ali ao lado dos EUA e eles massacrarão os operadores de lá e em
segundo plano a Europa, sem probabilidades quase nenhuma para outras localidades, os que fizerem qsos com CY0C de outros continenes serão
sortudos e muito!
Aqui está a probabildade de operações de CY0C desde o seu inicio visto por mim e pelo Samuel Martins PY2604SWL, baseados na propagação x
QTR da operação de CY0C por bandas de amadores.
Novamente estamos comunicando que isso abaixo é uma hipótese de probabilidade em relação a propagação que CY0C terá para os EUA e Europa,
os seus focos principais entro de seu curtíssimo tempo de operação no dia 8 de setembro de 2014, a propagação não é uma ciência exata, ela se
comporta com regras, mas falha e muito em muitos momentos que mais precisamos tanto dela.
* CY0C está praticamente no nosso merediano lá em cima, eu vi num mapa mundo então se lá for 10:30h da manhã, será mais cedo e muito mais
cedo nos EUA, certo? Certo, não é bom para eles fazerem 15m, 12m muito menos 10m logo de inicio para os EUA, eles estarão fazendo 40m ( se
essa banda for usada?) e 17m, 20m e 30m CW voltados para os EUA que é o seu foco prioritário.
O segundo foco serão os europeus, então vamos pensar juntos.
Inicio das operaçções, deverão ser dois operadores em bandas bem diferentes; 40m ou 20m, 30m CW, 17m voltados para o oeste (EUA), não terá
ainda propagação em 15m, 12m e 10m voltado para o oeste (EUA) , para o leste (Europa) já terá boa propagação nas bandas altas e à medida que o
tempo for passando os 40m começarão a ser deixado de lado, se essa banda for usada? e ficarão nos 20m e compartilhando com 15m, 12m e 10m
bem mais adiante voltados para os EUA.
Uma coisa é praticamente certa, a banda de 20m ficará ativa possivelmente um tempo quase integral, pois atenderá amerianos e europeus ao
mesmo tempo.
Logo no começo das operações não teremos propagação nos 40m nem nos 30m CW, nem nos 20m nem nos 17m para pegarmos eles aqui, mas
15m estará possivel??? sem propagação em 12m nem em 10m, teremos propagação melhorando bem no decorrer do dia encerrando em 20m,
15m, 12m e 10m, às 21:30z desde 20m até 10m a chance de escutar CY0C é ótima, pois está na gray line de ambos os lados.
Esses são os possiveis QTRs de escuta de CY0C aqui no sudeste e sul do Brasil em em período tão curto.
Desejamos a todos muita sorte em pegar essa grande figurinha e que a propagação também nos ajude.
GD 73 DE - Alfredo Meurer Jr - ZY1-0001SWL e Samuel Cassio Martins - PY2604SWL
Marcio Boro
Radio Empire a válvula
Olá amigos da lista , tenho um radio antigo da marca ( Empire) fabricação brasileira, gostaria de saber se algum amigo da lista sabe me informa o
ano que este equipamento foi fabricado + ou - ?
Pois ele esta funcionando perfeitamente , mais não diz nada no radio sobre MODELO ou ANO que eu possa identificar o ano do radio ok...
Fiz algumas pesquisas na internet mais não diz nada a respeito ..
Obrigado a todos da lista ..
PY2359SWL - Marcio - Sto André SP
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Anatoly Klepov
“RUS-DX” # 784
“RUS-DX” # 784 - Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya, and QSL world. Sunday / 07, September 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) Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian /English)
“RUS-DX” may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and “RUS-DX” as source.
RUSSIA
Voronazhskaya oblast. Osrtogorsk.
New FM station. Love Radio. 106,7 MHz. WEB : www.loveradio.ru. Regional network broadcasting Love Radio has broadcast 141 cities in Russia and
CIS countries. (OnAir.ru)
Leningradskaya oblast. Vyborg.
New FM station. Love Radio 99,8 MHz WWW : www.loveradio.ru. (OnAir.ru)
Krasnodarskiy kray. Gelendzhik.
New FM station. Nashe Radio. 89,9 MHz. (nsn.fm / OnAir.ru)
Kamchatskiy kray. Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy.
New FM station. Love Radio. 100,8 MHz WWW : www.loveradio.ru. (OnAir.ru)
Santk-Petersburg. (clarification of information published in the last issue) Radio Teos broadcasts Monday to Friday from 04.00 to 13.00 UTC on
1089 kHz from the radio center Popovka / Krasny Bor Tosnensky district of Leningrad region. At the moment this is the only broadcast from there. A
year ago, I was there, then still there to broadcast the Voice of Russia on SW. There is a Project to resume these programs since the beginning of the
winter season, but no official confirmation yet. (Alexander Berezkin, Sankt-Petersburg, Russia)
Udmurtiya. Glazov. Balezino.
New FM station. Nashe Radio. Glazov – 100,8 MHz Balezino – 103,3 MHz (nsn.fm / OnAir.ru)
KAZAKHSTAN
In the last weekend of August passed by the village Bayserke (before 2000 - Dmitrievka) in Almaty area and found that canned Broadcasting Center
dismantled. On the field, there are only one mast, and part of the former antenna field is enabled for the construction of the new road and transport
interchange. http://kzdx.blog.com/2014/09/02/antenna-site-near-bayserke-was-dismantled/ Earlier, I posted photos of this place:
http://kzdx.blog.com/2013/06/06/antenna-field-near-bayserke/ http://kzdx.blog.com/2012/06/20/antenna-field-near-bayserke-almatyregion/ (Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / "open_dx")
JAPAN / LITHUANIA
Took 09/05/2014 Radio Japan in Russian with 04.30 to 05.00 UTC on frequency 6165 kHz (Sitkunay, Lithuania 100 kW). SINPO: 45444. News &
program "Welcome to Amazing Japan." Receiver: Degen 1128 Antenna: telescopic (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
"RUS-DX PLUS"
PARTNER CHANNELS AND INTERNET
DX-Window No. 513 from the Danish Shortwave Club International Greve, Denmark - Editor and Distributor: Anker Petersen - September 03, 2014
DX NEWS
BELARUS
6080, Belarussian R 1, Kalodziščy, 1644, Aug 25, Belorussian to Middle East vs CNR 1 in Chinese to Central Asia. (Ivanov)
CLANDESTINES and other Target Broadcasts
7530, Voice of Martyrs, via Toshkent, 1608, Aug 25, Korean to North Korea plus 2nd harmonic 15060. (Ivanov)
11510, Denge Kurdistan, via Grigoriopol, 0833, Aug 25, Kurdish to West Asia. (Ivanov)
RUSSIA
Voice of Russia to return to shortwave from Oct 01, 2014 (Like during the Cold War! Ed). Registered frequencies in HFCC Database for broadcasts in
Arabic, Chinese, English, Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Kurdish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Urdu. Here are the broadcasts
in English in timeorder:
0000-0100 on 17770 P.K 250 kW / 247 deg to SEAs English
0000-0200 on 6120 ARM 500 kW / 110 deg to SoAs English
0000-0300 on 11965 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English
0000-0400 on 6100 ARM 100 kW / 104 deg to N/ME English
0200-0600 on 12010 P.K 200 kW / 061 deg to NoAm English
0200-0600 on 12070 P.K 250 kW / 067 deg to NoAm English
0300-0500 on 17530 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
0300-0600 on 11900 P.K 250 kW / 064 deg to NoAm English
0300-0600 on 17855 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
0600-0900 on 7350 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
0600-1000 on 15725 MSK 040 kW / 261 deg to WeEu English DRM
1000-1200 on 5935 IRK 100 kW / 110 deg to EaAs English
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1000-1200 on 12035 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English DRM
1000-1200 on 15270 ARM 100 kW / 104 deg to WeAs English
1400-1500 on 5935 IRK 100 kW / 110 deg to EaAs English
1400-1800 on 6010 MSK 200 kW / 270 deg to NoAf English
1400-2200 on 9450 MSK 250 kW / 275 deg to WeEu English
1500-1800 on 9560 P.K 250 kW / 247 deg to SEAs English
1500-2200 on 12070 MSK 250 kW / 285 deg to WeEu English
1700-1900 on 9820 MSK 200 kW / 270 deg to WeEu English
1800-2100 on 9900 IRK 015 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English DRM
2100-2400 on 11655 KHB 100 kW / 218 deg to EaAs English
2200-2400 on 17770 P.K 250 kW / 247 deg to SEAs English
2300-2400 on 11965 IRK 250 kW / 224 deg to SoAs English. (Ivanov, Aug 20)
R Rossii
0000-1500 on 7230 IAK 100 kW / 000 deg to FERu Russian
0700-1500 on 13820 MSK 250 kW / 267 deg to WeEu Russian
1900-2400 on 7230 IAK 100 kW / 000 deg to FERu Russian. (Ivanov, Aug 20)
UKRAINE
11980.1, R Dniprovska Hvylya, Zaporizhia, extended schedule from Aug 23/24: Sa/Su 0600-0900 in Ukrainian. (Ivanov)
TAJIKISTAN
4765, Tajik R, Yangiyul, 1845, Jan 02, Tajik anns and music, 35443. (Beryozkin)
Moscow Information DX Bulletin Weekly electronic publication # 909 - September 2, 2014 - Editor of the current issue: Vadim Alexeev.
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIA
Leningrad region
The regional network broadcasting Love Radio joined the city of Vyborg, Leningrad region, the frequency of 99.8 MHz broadcasting. Potential
audience - 90.0 thousand. Persons. Regional partner Love Radio - LLC "right decision", Director - Black OV
(http://onair.ru/main/enews/view_msg/NMID__51455/)
KAZAKHSTAN
In the last weekend of August passed by the village Bayserke (before 2000 - Dmitrievka) in Almaty region and found that canned Broadcasting Center
dismantled. On the field, there was only one tower and part of the former antenna field is enabled for the construction of the new road and transport
interchange: http://kzdx.blog.com/2014/09/02/antenna-site-near-bayserke-was-dismantled/.
Earlier, I posted photos of this place: http://kzdx.blog.com/2013/06/06/antenna-field-near-bayserke/ and
http://kzdx.blog.com/2012/06/20/antenna- field-near-bayserke-almaty-region / (Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan, open_dx)
ESTONIA
In Estonia, the Russian-language radio station closed popular "Euro FM". This was reported on the official website of the radio station.
Note that in the announcement stated that "on the same frequency the radio is not working with the September 1, 2014." Later it was expanded
with: "Radio is closed." "Forever" - the end of the message. (baltija.eu, http://onair.ru/main/enews/view_msg/NMID__51501/)
BC-DX 1175, 06 Sept 2014 edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany
ARMENIA The broadcasts of TWR Israel are now Saturdays - Thursdays in Hebrew and on Fridays in Russian and seems the Saturday's prgr in English
was replaced by in Hebrew. At 1846-1916 UT on MW 1350 kHz, 1000 kW Gavar site. (Rumen Pankov-BUL, 26 Aug, RUSdx)
LATVIA/RUSSIA Soviet Jammers From Latvia. Not all of the Soviet jamming originated from Russia, their replublics also hosted jammers, and
whata?Ts more some were made in the USA. The Latvian History blog carries this interesting story. They also make the comment that the jammers
blocked transmissions from Soviet-friendly states as well. From the same site, there are interesting blogs on Nazi radio propaganda during WW2 and
Latvian-made valve radios. (Paul Ormandy-NZL New Zealand Radio DX League, RUSdx Aug 31) So if anyone would like to contribute or correct the
information, please use the Comments box below the article or e-mail me directly <ormandy -at- orcon.net.nz>
http://www.radiodx.com/articles/station-profiles/europe/russianindependent-sw-stations-1991-96/ Have a look around radiodx.com while
you're there. Enjoy!. Cheers, Paul (Paul Ormandy-NZL New Zealand Radio DX League, RUSdx Aug 31)
RUSSIA/MOLDOVA 7325 Received QSL-cards for admission Radio Adygea from KRTPTS - Krasnodar Regional radiotetevizionny Broadcasting
Center. Transmitter: pos.Oktyabrsky, Tbilisi area, Krasnodar Krai. On 11 Aug 2014, at 1700-1757 UT, 7325 kHz, tx RW-688, 100 kW, Antenna SGD
4x4RA, Azimuth of 188 degrees. Mailing address: Russia 350038, Krasnodar, ul. Radio, 3-A, KRTPTS Enclosed in an envelope color photo calendar
KRTPTS antenna. (Editor, RUSdx Aug 31)
In A-14 on 7325 kHz channel, but in B-14 winter season on 6005 kHz instead:
6005 kHz 1400-1800 UT, zones 39,40, ARMavir, 100kW 188deg 0 ant#218 daily,
RUS VOR GFC. [MOLDOVA - Pridnestrovie - PMR Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic]
Re: QSL Vesti FM/RTRN Krasnodar 1089 kHz. Servus Harald ! Am 31.08.2014 schrieb adxb suess:
Hi, gilt diese mail-adresse auch fuer den Sender Moldawien 1413 kHz ?
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Nein. Das ist die Adresse eines Technikers des Sendezentrums in Krasnodar.
1413 kHz Grigoriopol/Maiac habe ich gestern mal ausprobiert. Vom dortigen Sendezentrum gab's nach einem Tag auch eine detailierte QSL (jpgFile mit Ansicht der Antennenanlage) - und zwar von:
<prtc -at- idknet.com> v/s Sergey Omelchenko, Technical Director of Pridnestrovskiy
Radioteletsentr, Grigoriopol, Pridnestrovie - PMR Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. (Patrick Robic-AUT, A-DX Sept 1)
RUSSIA New Zealand Radio DX League - Paul Ormandy. Russian Independent SW Stations 1991-96. Hi all, Have a last managed to compile the
nucleus of an article I'd been planning to do for some time. Winter is a great season for sitting in front of the fire and catching up on articles, after all
radio conditions are poor in the evenings and its very cold in the shack! The article is Russian Independent SW Stations 1991-1996. By going
through the DXTimes magazines conveniently and kindly scanned by Chris Mackerell, I have created an outline which needs some filler. So if anyone
would like to contribute or correct the information, please use the Comments box below the article or e-mail me directly <ormandy -at- orcon.net.nz>
http://www.radiodx.com/articles/station-profiles/europe/russian-independent-sw-stations-1991-96/ Have a look around radiodx.com while
you're there. Enjoy!. Cheers, Paul (Paul Ormandy-NZL New Zealand Radio DX League, RUSdx Aug 31)
With the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, groups within the new Russian "Commonwealth of Independent States" seized the opportunity to
have a global voice: enter shortwave. Few in the DX world could have predicted the boom in independent shortwave broadcasting and it made good
sport for DXers, as most were using relatively low-powered transmitters, some using former Cold War jammer transmitters. Using the DX Times as a
reference source, the first mention of the newly deregulated Russian broadcasting scene appeared in the October 1991 magazine with a reference to
radio station Ekho Moskvy (Echo of Moscow). In the same issue Radio Vedo in Volgograd was reported signing on. Soon after, another broadcaster
appeared, with Radio Ala in St. Petersburg (formerly Leningrad) playing traditional Russian folk music. The right-wing Russian nationalist station,
Radio Pamyat appeared in print early 1992, one of their programs was called "Fatherland, Memory & You". Around the same time Radio Rezonans,
a station aiming at the new Russian business market signed on. Broadcasting from Ostankino, they carried ads in several languages. On February 23
1992, Radio Galaxy signed on from Moscow. This new commercial station even carried 3 hours a day in English and in May were palying Russian
music and all announcements were in English. In the April DXT, a list compiled by John Fisher of DX Ontario was reprinted with many more
broadcasters taking to air. They include Radio Studia Dvizhenie ("Traffic Radio"), Radio Samara in Togliatti, Radio Tartar in Kazan, Radio Kudymkar
in Yekaterinburg, Marly Radio in Yoshkar Ala, Radio Polis in St. Petersburg, Radio Perm in Yekaterinburg Radio Dalny Vostok, Radiostansiya Novaya
Volna ("New Wave") in Novisibirsk, Adygey Radio in Maykop and Kabardino-Balkar Radio in Nalchik. In the May DXT, Radio Space gets its first
mention, the station's name was given in English as were some of the program titles. In the same month Radio Polyus entered the fray. The following
month they were joined by Radio Trekfrom Yekaterinburg and Radio Art. June saw first reports of Russian orthodox sender Radio Stansiya Radonez
hand Radio Alef, ("alef" is the Hebrew pronunciation of the letter "A") with announcements in Russian and Hebrew. Radio Yunost a youth-oriented
station had been on-air since 1962 before adding SW transmitters in Murmansk and Samara. Another new SW broadcaster as was Radio SNC with
rock, pop and punk music, taking its name from the Stas Nanin Center, (Stas Nanin was a famous Russian rock promoter). Radio Without Borders
International came to air with reportedly just 100W and may have been unlicenced. Radio Shark (in Turkish, "Radio East") in Ufa, Bashkortostan first
appeared around the same time. The following months saw Radio Yakutsk in the DX press and the launch of one of the best-known stations, Radio
Nadezhda (Radio Hope) whose target audience were women, including programs on family issues. Radio Alpha & Omega also commenced
roadcasting around this time, one of the few Christian religious stations from Russia.In September, Radio Bereyzovo using a former jammer
ransmitter from Kahnty-Mansyisk was first reported, along with Islamist voice Rukhi Meroc (Tatar for "spiritual heal ing") and Radio Chita. Others
noted were Radio Maykop in Agydey language and Radio 101. Next month, Radio M and Radio N appeared from Yekaterinberg sharing the same
transmitter. November saw Radio 7 using an ex-jammer transmitter from Samara along with a real mouthful for non-Russian speakers Radiostansiya
Russkogo Patriotcheskogo Dvizheniya ("Radio Station of the Russian Patriotic Movement"), also known as Radio Blagovest, from the city of Irkutsk.
They were joined by Radio Unis in Moscow and Russkoye Khristianskoye Radio ("Russian Christian Radio"). Soon after Radiostansiya Omega came
to air also with 15 kW from a presuem ex-jammer. In early 1993 Radio Diapazon made its SW debut as did Radio Centr, hiring transmitter-time from
Radio Moscow made their SW debuts. Then in May 1993, it was reported that Radio Art and Radio Ala had ceased broadcasting, presaging then end
of a hectic 18 months in the new history of broadcasting in Russia. Whilst some failed, some grew stronger. Radio Nadezhda had added more
broadcast hours from more sites and Radio Galaxy commenced a DX program, hired time on a 250 kW transmitter and started international
broadcasts to Western Europe. During the year more new stations came on, Radio Mika M-4, Radio Titan Kompani (part-relay Radio Shark) with
another re-purposed 15 kW sender and Radio Raketa at Grozny on the shores of the Caspian Sea. In September U Radio from Moscow was irregularly
heard. More new stations followed, like Radio Ves Irkutsk and Radiochannel Uralskiy Commercheskiy Vestnik ("Ural Commercial Herald") along with
Radio Mir ("Radio Peace"). In 1994, Islamic station Radio Al-Risalah commenced from Moscow, hiring airtime from Radio Moscow and the
olshakovo, Kaliningrad station. Radiostantsiya Lena described as a music and informational station, signed-on from Yakutsk. Late in the year, Radio
Samorodinka in the Moscow region, announcing itself as a "private non-commercial program of authorised radio broadcasting" arrived on SW.
Around this time, Radio Moscow renamed itself as the Voice of Russia. In June 1995, it was reported that Radio Nadezhda stopped broadcasting on
shortwave and only broadcasting around the local Moscow area. Nadezhda had become the largest-scale independent broadcaster of the era. Then
in May 1996, it was reported that they'd returned to SW on a single frequency. Another station with Islamic programming was reported in September
1996, Islamskaya Volna ("Islamic Wave") from the Moscow Islamic Centre carried broadcats in Russian, Arabic and Tatar and directed some
roadcasts to the Middle East. There were no further reports on any independent broadcasters for the rest of the year. Most of the above stations only
lasted a short time. Some closed altogether, some moved to FM, some to the internet and a few are still on the air. So ended another interesting
chapter in the world of DXing. Reader contributions, corrections, images and additional information on these stations is very appreciated. In
particular, what groups or interests these stations represented and what happened to them. Please use the Comments box below,
http://www.radiodx.com/articles/station-profiles/europe/russian- independent-sw-stations-1991-96/ (via RUSdx Aug 31)
RUSSIA/PHILIPPINES/USA Radio station "Teos" updated site design: <http://s.radioteos.ru/>(Dmitry Kutuzov-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx" RUSdx
Aug 31)
Radio "Teos", St. Petersburg, MW 1089 kHz, 20 kW, 0300-1900 UT (05-13 Mon-Fri only, see below!)
Location: St. Petersburg, ul. Michurinskaya 14 / 3-78 Address for correspondence: Russia 190000, St. Petersburg, Box 110
E-mail: [email protected] Tel. / Fax: 8 (812) 498-04-83
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Radio "Teos", Moscow, MW 1134 kHz, 5 kW, with 0300-1900 UT, (daily)
Address: Russia 123298, Moscow, ul. Berzarina, d. 16 E-mail: [email protected] Tel. / Fax: 8 (499) 197-05-66
Radio "Teos", Khabarovsk, MW 1188 kHz, 5 kW, 0700-1000 UT Address: Russia 680030, Khabarovsk, ul.Pavlovicha, 3-b Tel. / Fax: 7 (4212)
450604
FEBC - Radio Teos, SW 11650 kHz (Bocaue, Philippines), 100 kW, 323 degr azimuth. 1500-1530 (daily), 1530-1600 (Mon-Sat) UT. Address: FEBC
Philippines, 62 Karuhatan Road, 1441 Valenzuela City, Philippines E-mail: [email protected] Address: FEBC Russian Ministries, P.O.Box 1, La
Mirada, CA 90637, USA E-mail: [email protected] <http://s.radioteos.ru/contacts.html> Radio in Russian" Spring/Fall 2014, RUSdx Aug 31)
And here another sad news. Radio Teos, which broadcasts on 1089 kHz, in St. Petersburg, has also reduced their broadcasts, and the new
transmission times are - 0500-1300 UT and only on Mondays to Fridays. No more broadcasts on weekends. 73! (Ivan Lebedevsky, St. P-RUS,
mwmasts yg via dxld)
TURKMENISTAN 279 Monitoring LW. August 30th. LW 279 kHz Turkmen radio. Rx: Degen 1103 (Alexander Golovihin-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx" &
"open_dx", RUSdx Aug 31)
BROADCASTING IN RUSSIAN
Mongolia
MONGOLIA
7260, Voice of Mongolia, Khonkhor, 1120, Aug 26, multi-language IDs: "This is the Voice of Mongolia" and in Russian; perhaps in other languages
as well. A first for me to catch a clear English ID here. (Howard) (DX-Window No. 513)
«QSL World"
The Vatican
4 came QSL from Radio Vatican: for 07/20/14, 15440 kHz 12.38-13.00 UTC; for 07/08/14, 15370 kHz 16.15-16.40 UTC; and for 08.09.14 with
12.30-12.58 UTC on 11850 kHz and 15440 (from new: Dad on a plane with journalists tickets from Rio and Vatican Radio's technical staff during
the Pope's trip to the Czech Republic.) (Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Got 2 QSL cards from the Russian edition of Vatican Radio: 01.08.2014 / 16.10-16.40 UTC / 11715 & 15370 kHz. (Editor)
Vietnam
Got 2 QSL Voice of Viet Nam for the appointment in August (1 and 17) on 9730 kHz. In the picture Fabulous coast. (Alexander Golovihin, Tolyatti,
Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx")
By the way, about the QSL from the "Voice of Vietnam". Each service has its own language series QSL. Received cards from Russian, English, French,
German, Spanish and Japanese edition. Each service your email. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Received a QSL card from Radio Voice of Vietnam, Russian edition. July 5, 2014 / 16.30-17.00 UTC / 7280 kHz (Editor)
Spain
Came QSL REE (maroon, dedicated to the 70th anniversary) for 28/03/14, 11755 kHz from 1700-1730 UTC, signed by Svetlana Demidova
postmarked and 'arrows' in the graphs. Also in the envelope were the paper guide on the site and the museum Nacional del Prado, also with different
arrows drawn in pen, explaining that where: D By the way, yes, in the autumn, leaving written here -> http://www.rtve.es/radio/radio-exterior/
(Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Canada
Bible Voice for 1.07.14, 1800-1830 UTC, 6130 kHz (brown-yellow QSL with continents and coverage areas. "Reaching Nations ... one person at a
time." On QSL paste e-mail: [email protected] but e-mail, which was written not remember.) (Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Romania
QSL received the July edition of the Russian Interradio Romania (Radio Romania International) for accepting 05.07.2014, 15.00 UTC on 9500 kHz
frequency. The report sent by electronic mail: [email protected] The card The Citadel of Sighisoara. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Came from Radio Romania International for the 1.7.14 and 1.08.14, 1330-1357 UTC, 15160 kHz (The Citadel of Sighisoara, Hunyad Castle)
(Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
QSL cards received in July and August in the same envelope of Russian life Radio Romania International.
02.07.2014 / 15.00 UTC / 9500 kHz
02.08.2014 / 13.30 UTC / 13640 kHz (Editor)
USA
Received QSL - card from RFA (IBB Kuwait) for the reception on August 1 9280 kHz (Uighur). It would be a full-fledged get for reception of Sri Lanka.
(Alexander Golovihin, Tolyatti, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx")
Dear friend, Attached is the information about our latest QSL card. This design commemorates RFA's 18th anniversary. We hope you enjoy this new
QSL card and we look forward to receiving your reception reports through our automated reception report system or by email. See the attached press
release for more details. You are receiving this because you have expressed interest in Radio Free Asia's QSL cards. Please let us know if you would
prefer to be removed from our distribution list. Best wishes. 73. aj
Andrew "A.J." Janitschek - Radio Free Asia
RADIO FREE ASIA RELEASES 18TH ANNIVERSARY QSL SEPTEMBER 2014
Radio Free Asia (RFA) announces the release of our 18th Anniversary QSL card. RFA’s first broadcast was in Mandarin on September 29, 1996 at
2100 UTC. RFA is a private, nonprofit corporation broadcasting news and information to listeners in Asian countries where full, accurate, and timely
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news reports are unavailable. Acting as a substitute for indigenous free media, RFA concentrates coverage on events occurring in and/or affecting
Burma, Cambodia, Laos, North Korea, the People’s Republic of China, and Vietnam. RFA does not express editorial opinions but provides news,
analysis, commentary, and cultural programming in the languages of the country of broadcast. This is RFA’s 55th QSL design and will be used to
confirm all valid RFA reception reports from September 1-December 31, 2014.
Created by Congress in 1994 and incorporated in 1996, RFA broadcasts in Burmese, Cantonese, Khmer, Korean to North Korea, Lao, Mandarin
(including the Wu dialect), Vietnamese, Tibetan (Uke, Amdo, and Kham), and Uyghur. RFA strives for accuracy, balance, and fairness in its editorial
content. As a ‘surrogate’ broadcaster, RFA provides news and commentary specific to each of its target countries, acting as the free press these
countries lack. RFA broadcasts only in local languages and dialects, and most of its broadcasts comprise news of specific local interest. More
information about Radio Free Asia, including our current broadcast frequency schedule, is available at www.rfa.org .
RFA encourages listeners to submit reception reports. Reception reports are valuable to RFA as they help us evaluate the signal strength and quality
of our transmissions. RFA confirms all accurate reception reports by mailing a QSL card to the listener. RFA welcomes all reception report
submissions at http://techweb.rfa.org (follow the QSL REPORTS link) not only from DX’ers, but also from its general listening audience. If you have a
smart phone, feel free to use the QR code below to access our main website for the latest news and information from Radio Free Asia.
Reception reports are also accepted by email at [email protected] and by mail to:
Reception Reports - Radio Free Asia - 2025 M. Street NW, Suite 300 - Washington DC 20036 - United States of America. (Editor)
Taiwan
QSL received from the German service of the International Radio Taiwan in June report. Confirmed the frequency of 6185 kHz. Card number 3 - the
2014 report sent by electronic mail: [email protected] There was a bit of history. Taiwanese mistakenly sent to the card address Dmitri Puzanov,
and Dmitry sent it to my email address. For which he thank you very much! (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx ')
Received a QSL card (The Beauty of Bitan) of Russian service of the International Radio Taiwan. 2014/8/1, 1700-1800, 11955 kHz (Editor)
Czech Republic
Received from Radio Prague QSL-cards for accepting 07/26/2014 at frequency 738 kHz (via the World Radio Network). On the card: the Moravian
Karst - Cave Punkevní. The report sent the e-mail. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Pirate radio
Received eQSL Radio Tango for reception on August 3, 6221 kHz. I thought the picture will change, but remained the same with the three planes.
(Alexander Golovihin, Tolyatti, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx")
QSL news
QSL received from HFCC for the reception of the program International Radio for Disaster Relief Trial 6 June 2014 on the frequency 21840kGts,
SMG. Sent a report to the Technical Service Radio Vatican, and they sent it to HFCC. 37 days. http://kzdx.blog.com/dx-qsls/special-programsqsls/international-radio-for-disaster-relief-smg/
Also recently came 2 more QSL from HFCC detailed data reception - 1 QSL: 05.06.2014, 0730UTC, 21840kHz, MDC; 2 QSL immediately after 9
reports for June 6: 21840kHz - SHP, SMG, 15650kHz - NAK, TRM, UDO, HBN, PHT, BGL, TWR. Them I have not yet scanned. Reported to on
info'at'hfcc.org
Issued a special QSL All India Radio. June 6, 1010-1029UTC, 15650kHz, BGL, 500kW. The report sent to the spectrum-manager'at'air.org.in, 61
days. http://kzdx.blog.com/dx-qsls/special-programs-qsls/allindia-radiointernational-radio-for-disaster-relief/ e-QSL came from KTWR,
05.06.2014, 15650kHz, 1100-1128UTC. http://kzdx.blog.com/dx-qsls/special-programs-qsls/ktwrinternational-radio-for-disaster-relief/
CRI confirmed its translation in Chinese by Beijing on the occasion. 06.06.2014, 21840kHz,
1030-1059UTC. Wrote to the English service, 43 days. http://kzdx.blog.com/dx-qsls/special-programs-qsls/cri-radio-for-disaster-relief
(Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / "deneb-radio-dx”')
4 QSL came from Vietnam (buffalo, fields, coast); one - Japan (with rider-archer), Turkey (where I was named Vladimir, with the image of Erdogan with
children), Romania, Adventists (Christ over fields), Voice of the Bible (Old and in the course of a single QSL), Spanish Radio (70 years)
Special thanks to Vasily Gulyaev for new cards confirmation for listening TSR; Svetlana Demidova plan brochure for the museum, and Radio Prague in
keychain :) (Victor Varzim, Leningrad region., Communar, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx")
Received confirmation from the Russian editions.
3 QSL-cards from the Voice of Turkey for hosting in April, June and July 2014. On the card in April - shows Abdulahi Gul meeting with children.
In June - Preview grandfather with his grandson. During July - Welcom Ramadan. From Radio Japan - 12 of QSL-cards for the reception from 1 June
to 15 July 2015. All cards - Fireworks at Night (Tokyo). (Vladimir Pivovarov, Boyarka, Ukraine / "deneb-radio-dx")
Geraldo Pietragala
Radio Empire a válvula
Ola Marcio
Quem sabe tah nesse link abaixo
http://www.radiomuseum.org/dsp_hersteller_detail.cfm?company_id=8195
http://www.radiomuseum.org/r/empire_psc6.html
http://www.radiomuseum.org/m/empire_br_en_1.html
Pesquise pelo nome do fabricante
Pintucci Spadari & Cia
Sds - Geraldo
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Glen Glisinski
Victoria-Haliburton Amateur Radio Association 2014 Swap Meet
The Victoria-Haliburton Amateur Radio Association is proud to announce that the VHARA Swap Meet will be held on Saturday September 13th, 2014
at the Masonic Temple in Lindsay, Ontario.
Large, comfortable, indoor & outdoor displays of Amateur Radio equipment, electronic equipment, computers, accessories and collectibles. All for
sale and much more!
*** General Admission is FREE! ***
*Doors open from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
*Coffee & Refreshments + Hamburgers & Hot Dogs Available
*Lots Of Free Parking
Vendor Information:
*Registration will be at the door
*Set-Up Time: 7:00 AM
*6' Indoor Vendor (floor) Space $10.00
*Outdoor Tailgate Space $5.00
***All vendors (indoor and outdoor tailgate) are required to supply all table(s), and chairs(s)***
For more details visit our Web Site at www.vhara.ca/swapmeet.html
Glen Glinski (VA3GTH)
Allan Stern
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3300
3476
4426
5520
USB 0355z: Canada Time Channel CHU. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
USB 0359z: Shanwick Radio working airliners. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
USB 0401z: US Coast Guard NMN Marine Weather Channel. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
USB 0713z: New York Oceanic working "JetBlue" flight; passes warning for thunderstorm at 38 North, 62 West, intensifying.
(04/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
5550 USB 0422z: New York Radio working "Delta 468" for position report at 42 North, 060 West. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
5550 USB 0424z: New York Radio passing Sigmet message for severe weather warning to airliners. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
5550 USB 0434z: New York Radio working "JetBlue 109" for Selcal check. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
5550 USB 0440z: New York Radio working "AeroMexico 001" for Selcal check. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
5616 USB 0407z: Gander Radio working airliner for Selcal check on BPKS. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
5616 USB 0410z: Gander Radio working "Speedbird 214" for routing change. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
5616 USB 0415z: Gander Radio working "Delta 243" for position report. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
6577 USB 0330z: New York Oceanic working Aircraft "N723AB" (Bombardier BD-700) for position report, Selcal check. (06/Sept/2014)
6577 USB 0334z: New York Oceanic working Aircraft "JetBlue 1561"; asks him to contact N723AB on freq. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
6577 USB 0335z: New York Oceanic working Aircraft "JetBlue 829" at FL350 for position report and Selcal check. (06/Sept/2014)
6577 USB 0421z: New York Radio switches "Delta 468" to 5550 kHz. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
6586 USB 0841z: New York Radio working "United 1162" for position report; is told Primary is now 5550 kHz, Secondary is 3455.
(04/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
6604 USB 0337z: New York Volmet reciting weather reports for St Louis, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, etc. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
6622 kHz USB 0830z: Shanwick Radio working airliners. (04/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
6628 USB 0739: Santa Maria Radio working airliner for thunderstorm warning. (04/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
6640 USB 0655z: New York LDOC working "Delta 682" for Selcal check on CQLF. (04/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8828 USB 0832z: Honolulu Volmet. (04/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8891 USB 0753z: Gander Radio working airliners. (04/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8906 USB 0459z: New York Oceanic passes Gander freqs as 5616 Primary, 8891 Secondary. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8906 USB 0504z: New York Oceanic passes Gander freqs as 5616 Primary, 8891 Secondary. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8906 USB 0505z: New York Oceanic working "Iberia 611.".
8906 USB 0505z: New York Oceanic working airliner for Selcal check on CFHS.
8906 USB 0507z: New York Oceanic working "Reach 984" (USAF cargo flight) for Selcal check on CFHS.
8906 USB 0507z: New York Oceanic working "Reach 984" (USAF cargo flight) for Selcal check on CFHS. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida)
8918 USB 1329z: New York Oceanic working "JetBlue 1347" (Airbus A320, e/r from KDCA-TJSJ) for position report and Selcal check; estimates
waypoint JORGG at 1424z. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8918 USB 1403z: New York Oceanic hands off airliner to 11396 kHz. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8918 USB 1425z: New York Oceanic working "Cactus 845" for Selcal check on BCRS. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
8957 USB 0345z: Shannon Volmet reciting weather reports. (06/Sept/2014) (Al Stern, Florida).
11175 USB 1612z: "Red River" (Barksdale AFB Stratcom) working "Skull 23" (B-52H, Barksdale AFB) for radio check. (04/Sept/2014)
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
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Antônio Avelino da Silva
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QSL KSDA ADVENTIS WORLD RADIO (AWR), em INGLÊS, recebido ontem.
QSL Recebido ontem da Rádio Kuwait
Link com todas as frequências da Rádio Kuwait para o período (A14 que vai até 25/10/2014): http://www.short-wave.info/?station=R.KUWAIT
Deutsche Welle B14 (winter) schedule from Oct 26, 2014:
FREQ TIME(GMT)
LANGUAGE
SITE
6040 0300 0400
Swahili
Kigali
7425 0300 0357
Swahili
Kigali
7425 0400 0430
English
Kigali
7425 0500 0530
English
Kigali
9600 0400 0430
English
Kigali
9600 0500 0530
English
Kigali
9610 1600 1657
Amharic
Kigali
9800 0400 0430
English
Kigali
9800 0500 0530
English
Kigali
9800 0630 0659
Hausa
Sao Tome
9800 0700 0730
English
Kigali
9800 1000 1100
Swahili
Kigali
9800 1500 1600
Swahili
Kigali
9800 1600 1657
Amharic
Kigali
9800 1700 1730
French
Kigali
11800 1000 1100
Swahili
Kigali
11800 1500 1557
Swahili
Kigali
11800 1600 1657
Amharic
Kigali
11850 1800 1900
Hausa
Issoudun
12005 0630 0700
Hausa
Kigali
12005 0700 0730
English
Kigali
12005 1300 1400
Hausa
Kigali
12005 1700 1730
French
Kigali
12005 1800 1900
Hausa
Kigali
15275 0300 0359
Swahili
Trincomalee
15275 0400 0430
English
Dhabayya
15275 0500 0529
English
Madagascar
15275 0700 0730
English
Kigali
15275 1000 1100
Swahili
Madagascar
15275 1300 1400
Hausa
Kigali
15275 1600 1659
Amharic
Trincomalee
15275 1700 1730
French
Issoudun
15275 1800 1900
Hausa
Kigali
15410 1700 1730
French
Kigali
15640 0800 0830
Pashto
Dhabayya
15640 0830 0900
Dari
Dhabayya
15640 1330 1400
Dari
Dhabayya
15640 1400 1430
Pashto
Dhabayya
17640 0800 0830
Pashto
Trincomalee
17640 0830 0900
Dari
Trincomalee
17640 1330 1400
Dari
Trincomalee
17640 1400 1430
Pashto
Trincomalee
17800 0630 0700
Hausa
Erevan
17800 0700 0730
English
Erevan
17800 1300 1400
Hausa
Kigali
Dan Ferguson
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TARGET
EAf
EAf
EAf
SAf
EAf
SAf
Ethiopia
EAf
SAf
WAf
WAf
EAf
EAf
Ethiopia
WAf
EAf
EAf
Ethiopia
WAf
WAf
WAf
WAf
WAf
WAf
EAf
EAf
SAf
WAf
EAf
WAf
Ethiopia
WAf
WAf
WAf
Afg
Afg
Afg
Afg
Afg
Afg
Afg
Afg
WAf
WAf
WAf
30
17800
17800
17800
21780
21780
1500 1600
1700 1730
1800 1900
0630 0700
1300 1400
Swahili
French
Hausa
Hausa
Hausa
Dhabayya
Issoudun
Kigali
Dhabayya
Dhabayya
EAf
WAf
WAf
WAf
WAf
[Deutsche Welle, Sep 3, 2014, reformatted by df - 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
Rudolf Grimm
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Já há mais de uma semana que a Radio Inconfidência está fora do ar em 6010 kHz. Resta-nos ouvir os 880 kHz em ondas médias, ou quando está
em rede com outras emissoras, como ontem, ouvi 770 Radio Clube de Patos MG retransmitindo o sinal da Radio Inconfidência.
73, - Rudolf Grimm - São Bernardo SP - http://dxways-br.blogspot.com - www.ondascurtas.com
Daniel Diniz
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17850 Radio Exterior de Espanha - 19:00UTC - SINPO 44454 Partida de Futebol França X Expanha. A RAE com um excelente sinal como sempre
esse horário, também, transmitindo com 500KW "na ponta do bambu" :) Recepção com R1000 e uma "long wire" fajuta pendurada fora
da janela do apartamento
Claudio Galaz
Escuchas
** ANTARCTICA
15746 R.N. SAN GABRIEL 5/9 2045 UT. Música en español. SINPO: 25322 con pocos momentos para identificar la emisión debido al ruido y a la
mala propagación.
**ARGENTINA
15345 RAE 4/9 1210 UT. Servicio en portugués con noticias acerca de los fondos buitres. SINPO: 55444
**BRAZIL ¬[and non]
11870 RNAMA 4/9 0403 UT. Música, en portugués, de los años 60’s con SINPO: 43453 con mucho QRM de IRIB en inglés para América del Norte.
**CHINA.
6175 CRI 5/9 2345 UT. Servicio en Español. Vía Cerrik, Albania para el norte de África con el programa “Onda China” con SINPO: 45444 // Vía
Urumqui para el sur de Europa en 7210 con SINPO: 45444 y 7250 con SINPO: 55544 // Vía Kashi-Saibagh 2022 para América del Sur,
con un programa “El arte de la palabra” sobre la cultura y de filosofía de la época imperial de China en 9590 con SINPO: 54454 con QRM
de Super R.Deus e Amor en 9585 y en 9800 con SINPO: 54544 con QRM de splatter de la mixtura de CNR-1 + Chinese Firedrake Jammer
contra el servicio en chino de KBS.
9460 CRI 4/9 1136 UT. Mujer habla, en esperanto, de los metros de las salas de un mausoleo de la dinastía Ming, que se encuentra a las afueras
de Beijín. SINPO: 55454 // 11635 SINPO: 54444 con QRM por parte de 11630 con CNR-1 Y 11640 con la mezcla entre CNR-1 y RTI //
15110 44444 con QRM de un pitido leve sobre la frecuencia.
9610 CHINESE FIREDRAKE JAMMER 5/9 2001 UT. Música de interferencia en contra de nada. Radio Free Asia comienza un servicio en coreano,
una hora después. SINPO: 44444
9645 CRI 5/9 2020 UT. Locutor da la dirección web, postal y email del servicio en idioma francés para África hasta las 2025. La portadora sale
del aire a las 2030. SINPO: 44454 con leve QRM de R.BANDEIRANTES.
9820 CNR-2 4/9 2114 UT. Música coral de estilo folclórico en idioma chino y anuncios de una mujer. SINPO: 45444 sin QRM de R.9 DE JULHO
desde Brasil.
** CUBA
15370 RHC 5/9 2323 UT. Mujer habla en idioma creole con informaciones sobre el caribe. Desde las 2327 en adelante un locutor da
identificación del servicio y de dirección de contacto. SINPO: 55444.
15370 RHC 5/9 2331 UT. Comienzo del servicio de media hora en portugués con informaciones, música y deportes, según la presentación del
locutor. Posteriormente se habla de la era de Batista para pasar a un espacio de noticias. SINPO: 55454.
**EGYPT
12070 R.CAIRO 4/9 0018 UT. Se oye una voz femenina con audio muy distorsionado. Sólo la música puede hacer distinguible la transmisión.
SINPO: 25232 ¿R,Cairo en su servicio en español? Difícil de confirmar de manera directa, debido a la suma entre el ruido ambiental, el ya
clásico problema de modulación y el bajo audio de la transmisión.
**GREECE
9420 ERT-OPEN 4/9 0007 UT. Música en idioma griego. SINPO: 35343 // 9935 con SINPO: 44444 con leve QRM de RFA en birmano.
**JAPAN
11910 NHK 4/9 2131 UT. 2133 UT. Programa infantil en donde un maestro enseña a tocar el piano a un niño, indicando notas y ritmos. SINPO:
31
55444.
** KOREA NORTH
9875 VOK 5/9 2133 UT. Canciones de baladas en coreano, interpretadas por voces femeninas, como parte de la programación en chino. SINPO:
44444 con leve QRM de BSKSA en 9870.
**USA
9955 WRMI 4/9 0341 UT. Programa “World of Radio” de Glenn Hauser dando informaciones sobre emisoras ecuatorianas, nombrando a
Pichincha e informaciones de interés diexista. SINPO: 55454
15455 VOA 5/9 1831 UT. Vía Iranawila, Sri Lanka. Hombre presenta el servicio en onda corta, para pasar a dar comentarios sobre informaciones
económicas en idioma inglés. SINPO: 45343
Claudio Galaz - RX: Tecsun PL-660 - ANT: Hilo de 30 metros - QTH: Ovalle, IV Región, Chile.
Jose Ronaldo Xavier
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Return signal of R.Cairo in Spanish: fair signal and barely audible modulation. R.Cairo in Portuguese,none,nothing.
ERT return signal and modulation on 9420.9935.15630kHz. On 7475kHz,no signal.
6055 09/04 0259 RRW R.Rwanda,Kigali,in Kinyarwanda lang.;fv.:tlaks,all rwandese musics;45433.
7365 09/04 0135 USA R.Marti,Greenville-NC,in Spanish;sports transmission;ID.,News highlights,45433.
7730 09/04 0351 TWN R.Taiwan Intl.,Okeechobee-FL-USA,in Spanish;fv.:cms.about personal relations,ID.,35433.
9480 09/04 0232 IRN Al Quds TV Audio,Kamalabad,in Arabic;fv.:talks and music background; following.The Holy Qur´an,35433. Note: //
11660 kHz ,rly.Zahedan-IRN,Holy Qur´an,fair to poor,35432.
9750 09/04 0212 G Feba R.,rly.Dhabbaya-UAE,in Baluchi lang.;fv./mv.:talks,rlg.program;music,poor,25432.
9770 09/04 0152 TUR VoTurkey,Emirler,in Spanish;music,ID.,Addrs.,45544.
9935 09/04 0158 GRC ERT,Avlis,in Greek;IS,ID.at 0200utc;all greek songs;45443. Note: //9420kHz,poor,35432; // 7475kHz,no signal; //
15630 kHz,good,45444.
11740 09/04 0316 IND All India R.,Panaji, in Dari lang.;mv.:talks;Indian traditional songs;ID.,45433.
11815 09/04 0142 B R.Brasil Central,Goiania-GO,in Portuguese;football transmission:Goias 0x0 Fluminense,ID.,Anns.,45444.
12070 09/04 0114 EGY R.Cairo,Abu Zaabal,in Spanish;Arabic musics,fv.:talks;fair signal and distorted modulation,35431. Note: // 9315 kHz,
poor signal,no modulation; // 11710kHz,RAE Argentina in Japanese.
12080 09/04 0246 IRN VoIRI,Kamalabad,in Arabic;Holy Qur´an,55544.
JRX_Jose Ronaldo Xavier - (Cabedelo-Paraiba-Brazil)
Francesco Cecconi
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AUDIOCLIP RADIO EDUCACION 6185 KHz 30/8 05.00 6185 Radio Educacion, SS end transmissions with national anthem. The audioclip is
available here: RADIO EDUCACION, MEXICO, 6185 KHz su radioascolto image RADIO EDUCACION, MEXICO, 6185 KHz su radi... Radio Educacion è
una delle emittenti più antiche del Messico ed è dei pochi canali culturali ancora presenti in onda corta. La f Visualizar em blog.libero.it Visualização
pelo Yahoo 73's de Francesco QTH: CENTRAL ITALY RX: ICOM R71 ANT: 100 mt LW. The audioclip is available here:
RADIO EDUCACION, MEXICO, 6185 KHz su radioascolto
Alfredo Meurer Jr
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Boa noite a todos, Está ativa em Moçambique a estação HAM C91J, eu consegui uma escuta dela ontem, dia 3 de setembro de 2014.
C91J 14200 split, 19:19/28z RS pessimo, extremamente baixo, maximo sinal de escuta RS 42, media 41, ela desaparecia por alguns momentos
de forte QSB e retornava com sinais muito fracos, falava com europeus que também colocavam sinais muito fraços.
Receptor Sony 7600G; antena dipolo de meia onda para 40m com acoplador serie e ótimo terra,
Obs. com a antena 5/8 de onda modelo PT5 para 28500 C91J não era escutada nem os europeus.
QSL information of C91J Mozambique - John Kramer, C91J - QSL info on page - Ponta De Ouro - Mozambique
QSL: $ 3 - PO BOX 102303, MEERENSEE, RICHARDS BAY, 3901, SOUTH AFRICA GD 73 DE
Alfredo Meurer Jr ZY1-0001SWL - Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Babul Gupta
Escuchas
Bhutan Broadcasting Service- Thimphu, Bhutan: 6035 kHz in Nepali at 0405 hrs to 0430 hrs UTC log on 31st August, 2014 and f/d confirmation
letter received on 5th September, 2014 for my email report to: [email protected] v/s Mr Kaka Tshering - General Manager (Radio)
( BABUL GUPTA, BARASAT, INDIA ) http://babulgupta-dxer.blogspot.in/2012/10/bhutan.html
Radio France International - Issoudun, France: 15300 khz in French at 0700 hrs to 0720 hrs UTC log on 3rd September, 2014 and f/d eQSL received
on 7th September, 2014 for email report to:[email protected] ( BABUL GUPTA, BARASAT, WEST BENGAL, INDIA )
http://babulgupta-dxer.blogspot.in/2012/10/france.html
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Alfredo Cañote
Escuchas
Luego de un mes aproximadamente, la señal de Bethel reactivo sus transmisiones. Cuando no estuvo,pude captar sin esfuerzo a la puneña Radio
Carraviz, transmitiendo desde Juliaca, cuya señal ha sido alquilada a una "Iglesia Pentecostal".
Otra radio limeña, en este caso, con mas años de existencia, ha reactivado su servicio en Onda Corta, me refiero a Radio Del Pacífico, 9,675 Khz en
paralelo con la señal principal de MW 640 Khz, la escuché alrededor de las 15:00 UTC.
Cordiales 73! - ALFREDO CAÑOTE – Lima – Perú TELF: 51-1-99958-6329 (13:00 - 01:00 UTC)
RECEIVERS :
ICOM IC-R71A GRUNDIG YB400PE
SONY ICF-7600DS
REALISTIC DX-440
ANTENNAS:
SW: RADIO SHACK 20-181
MW: CPDS-1 QUAD
NOISE CANCELLER:
JPS ANC-4
ALINCO DJ-X3
Pedro Freitas
Escuchas
Recepção da TWR Africa transmitindo em alemão em 4775 khz as 4:00 UTC do dia 06/09/2014, SINPO 4-5-4-4-4. Receptor AR-5000, antena
T2FD, escuta realizada em Novo Hamburgo, sul do Brasil. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmKWLCShIZA&feature=youtu.be
5940
7365
11735
11805
27025
9350
9370
9405
9420
9450
9475
Gilvan Souza Costa
Escuchas
R.voz missionaria sc tx oraçao po telefone .simpo44444/3:27utc sinal forte
06-09-14-sb r.martim Desde de EUA alabama.tx mx local pop simpo444444/3:00utc rx tecsun py4110swl.aracuai
06-08-14-r.Rtm mundial rs.tx mx 180 graus simpo44444 .escuta feita em qht aracuai mg
06-08-14 bbc nws londres tx noticia id ingles simpo44444/1835utcg
06-08-14/r.amador vindo de EUA.tx px sem id local so fala .simpo44444/01:00utc.tecsun rx
Evandro Rocha
Escuchas
06/09/14 2252 WWCR NASHVILLE, English, Nashville 45433 ER TR-949GL com ant. telescópica em Viçosa-MG
06/09/14 2256 WWRB The Overcomer Ministry, English, Morrison TN 32342 ER TR-949GL com ant. telescópica em Viçosa-MG
06/09/14 2301 FEBC Radio, Chinese, Bocaue 35232 ER TR-949GL com ant. telescópica em Viçosa-MG
06/09/14 2308 CNR 6, Amoy, Beijing 491 22232 ER TR-949GL com ant. telescópica em Viçosa-MG
06/09/14 2333 R.TAIWAN INT., Chinese, Tamsui District 34333 TR-450 com ant. telescópica em Viçosa-MG
06/09/14 2339 WTWW, English, Lebanon TN 25332 TR-450 com ant. telescópica em Viçosa-MG
Alexandre Deves Sailer
Escuchas
Senhores, Sintonizando Radio Nacional de Angola, agora em 4.950 Khz com sinal razoável. (3). Boa Escuta para todos.
73 - Alexandre Deves Sailer - Viamão - RS (gf49lv) - (PY3CT - PY3057SWL) - Associado LABRE/RS - www.facebook.com/labre.rs
Hironori Takeuchi
Escuchas
QSL: Radyo Pilipinas, 15-ago-2014, 17:30 UTC, 9925 kHz, programa en filipino. Tarjeta QSL con datos completos, firmado por Ric G. Lorenzo, que
he recibido en 19 días, junto con una programación y una pegatina, para un informe de recepción con 2 IRC por correo aéreo.
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Roberto Pavanello
Escuchas
Il 07/09/2014 11:53, [email protected] ha scritto: TIPS
990
1/9 21.55 R. Bilbao - SS ID e pubblicità locale buono
1224 4/9 21.55 COPE - Mallorca SS ID e pubblicità locale buono
1350 1/9 21.40 R. Seborga International - EE Old programme R. Caroline buono
1476 4/9 19.10 I.R.I.B - Marivan Farsi MX suff.
1584 6/9 22.50 R. Studio X - Momigno IT ID e MX suff.
1602 6/9 23.00 R. Seagull - Pietersbierum Dutch MX suff.
1647 1/9 19.45 R. Armada - [email protected] Dutch ID e MX buono
4026 2/9 19.25 Laser Hot Hits - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
5825 6/9 22.35 R. Black Bandit - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
5995 6/9 22.30 R. Mali - Bamako FF MX afro suff.
6206 1/9 19.30 Crombi R. -??? Tedesco ID e MX buono
6260 7/9 08.40 Sallandse Boer R. - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
6295 6/9 22.40 R. Borderhunter - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
6306 2/9 19.35 R. Rob - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
6953 4/9 19.25 R. GSV - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono
7295 6/9 22.45 Traxx FM - Kuala Lumpur EE MX buono
9630 6/9 22.25 R. Aparecida - PP MX suff.
9665 6/9 22.20 Voz Missionaria - Camboriu PP MX suff.
10000 6/9 22.10 Obs. Nac. - Rio de Janeiro PP ID e ora suff.
11815 6/9 23.05 R. Brasil Central - Goiania PP calcio buono
11855 6/8 22.15 R. Aparecida - PP predica buono
11980 7/9 08.30 R. Diprovska Khvylia - Zaporizhia Ucraino Relay UR1 S/OFF suff.
15450 7/9 08.45 FEBC - Pasig City Mongolo talk OM buono
www.playdx.com www.bclnews.it Roberto Pavanello
QSL Radio GSV Good Ship Venus 6953 KHz - [email protected] con QSL elettronica allegata in 20 minuti
EDITORIAL
Estimados amigos, nuevamente aquí presente para decirles que las informaciones y los migos que se van sumando, son cada dia
mas, lo cual el trabajo sigue atrasado en un mes, pero sin dudas todos se unen, y damos a conocer todas las cosas, mas alla de que sea únicamente
una escucha, el esfuerzo es el mismo, las mismas ganas, en fin, todos cada uno con su granito hacemos posible esta publicación la cual no es mas
que el reflejo de todos, asi que únicamente agradecerles por todo lo que nos brindan cada uno.
Bueno le envio un abrazo, un inmenso gracias, y cada dia estamos creciendo, sin mayores pompas ni anuncios, pero si sabemos
que la revista digital es mas aceptada cada dia y sin dudas debe ser referencia de alguien por sus visitas, lo cual no hace mas que dar fuerzas cada
dia para contiuar por este camino de profundos intercambios entre nosotros, cntinuando asi la verdad que realizamos una comunidad de amigos
muy unidos, gracias nuevamente.
Asociacion Diexman Uruguay
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