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Special DRM transmission celebrating 50th Anniversary of SW broadcast from Ascension Island  View Printable Version 
Sunday, August 28 2016

HCDX


Noted here in central Europe DRM Block ASC 21715 kHz at 1205 UT,
only S=6 or -87dBm strength.
Sorry, I've no DRM decoding software / unit gear at hand.

Similar AM signal, but easily to understand 21630 kHz French BBC
from ASC.

Also 17640 kHz BBC French from ASC,
but 16mb, S=9+25dB much stronger than 13 mb outlet, noted here.

in 13 mb:

strongest sce is BSKSA 21505.020 kHz S=9+20dB,
21580 RFI TDF ISS
IRN 21520 and 21750 kHz,
21675 BS TOM from RMI Okeechobee USA.

73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Roe alan-roe-swl@mail.com [dxld]" Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2016


2:06 PM
Subject: Re: [dxld] Special DRM transmission celebrating 50th Anniversary of
SW broadcast from Ascension Island


I caught the very briefest peel of bells in AM-mode on 21715kHz at
1155UT before I could see that the transmission switched to DRM -
however the signal here was minimal and was far and away too low to ever
be decoded.

Alan Roe, Teddington, UK with Winradio G31 and 17m wire antenna


On 19/08/2016 23:01, Glenn Hauser wghauser@yahoo.com [dxld] wrote:


[Attachment(s) <#TopText> from Glenn Hauser included below]

Special DRM transmission from Ascension Island â Sunday 28th August 2016

DRM will be part of a big anniversary on a small island in the
Atlantic Ocean. On 28th of August at 1155 GMT Babcock International
will ensure a special BBC digital transmission from the BBC Atlantic
Relay station on 21715 kHz, marking the fiftieth anniversary of the
BBCâs first short-wave radio broadcast from Ascension Island.

Since 1966, the Atlantic Relay station has broadcast BBC World Service
programmes to Africa and South America, and to this day, continues to
broadcast over 250 programme hours every week to East and West Africa
in English, French, Hausa and Somali.

The two hour-transmission will start with the old, special sound of
Bow Church Bell in east London, the sound of which, even if in DRM
this time, will remind older listeners of the BBC broadcasts of many
decades ago. The 2-hour transmission will be the regular BBC
programmes for West and South Africa and will end at 1400.

This special transmission will be sent with greetings from Ascension
Islandâs BBC and Babcock International staff and visitors, who will be
celebrating half a century of sterling broadcasting on August 28th.

(Ruxandra Obreja, Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium Chairman)

--- (via Alokesh Gupta, New Delhi, India, August 18, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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Special DRM transmission celebrating 50thAnniversary of SW broadcast from Ascension Island  View Printable Version 
Sunday, August 28 2016

HCDX


Noted here in central Europe DRM Block ASC 21715 kHz at 13.59:30 UT,
TX OFF til 13.59:40 UT S=6 or -88dBm.

Change over from 114 degrees azimuth,
to other 250degr antenna at ASC, 1400-1430 UT Aug 28.

4th try successful,
to put DRM TX on air at 13.59:41 UTC

250degr azimuth comes a little stronger here in southern Europe / Germany.

Now S=8-9 or -75dBm.

73 wb


----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel"
To: <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>; "BDCX News Group"
<bdxc-news@yahoogroups.com>; "DXLD" <dxld@yahoogroups.com>


Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2016 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] [dxld] Special DRM transmission celebrating
50thAnniversary of SW broadcast from Ascension Island

only S=6 or -87dBm strength.
Sorry, I've no DRM decoding software / unit gear at hand.

Similar AM signal, but easily to understand 21630 kHz French BBC
from ASC.

Also 17640 kHz BBC French from ASC,
but 16mb, S=9+25dB much stronger than 13 mb outlet, noted here.

in 13 mb:

strongest sce is BSKSA 21505.020 kHz S=9+20dB,
21580 RFI TDF ISS
IRN 21520 and 21750 kHz,
21675 BS TOM from RMI Okeechobee USA.

73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel"


Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2016 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] [dxld] Special DRM transmission celebrating
50thAnniversary of SW broadcast from Ascension Island

Noted here in central Europe DRM Block ASC 21715 kHz at 1205 UT,
only S=6 or -87dBm strength.
Sorry, I've no DRM decoding software / unit gear at hand.

Similar AM signal, but easily to understand 21630 kHz French BBC
from ASC.

Also 17640 kHz BBC French from ASC,
but 16mb, S=9+25dB much stronger than 13 mb outlet, noted here.

in 13 mb:

strongest sce is BSKSA 21505.020 kHz S=9+20dB,
21580 RFI TDF ISS
IRN 21520 and 21750 kHz,
21675 BS TOM from RMI Okeechobee USA.

73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Roe alan-roe-swl@mail.com [dxld]" Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2016


2:06 PM
Subject: Re: [dxld] Special DRM transmission celebrating 50th Anniversary of
SW broadcast from Ascension Island


I caught the very briefest peel of bells in AM-mode on 21715kHz at
1155UT before I could see that the transmission switched to DRM -
however the signal here was minimal and was far and away too low to ever
be decoded.

Alan Roe, Teddington, UK with Winradio G31 and 17m wire antenna


On 19/08/2016 23:01, Glenn Hauser wghauser@yahoo.com [dxld] wrote:


[Attachment(s) <#TopText> from Glenn Hauser included below]

Special DRM transmission from Ascension Island â Sunday 28th August 2016

DRM will be part of a big anniversary on a small island in the
Atlantic Ocean. On 28th of August at 1155 GMT Babcock International
will ensure a special BBC digital transmission from the BBC Atlantic
Relay station on 21715 kHz, marking the fiftieth anniversary of the
BBCâs first short-wave radio broadcast from Ascension Island.

Since 1966, the Atlantic Relay station has broadcast BBC World Service
programmes to Africa and South America, and to this day, continues to
broadcast over 250 programme hours every week to East and West Africa
in English, French, Hausa and Somali.

The two hour-transmission will start with the old, special sound of
Bow Church Bell in east London, the sound of which, even if in DRM
this time, will remind older listeners of the BBC broadcasts of many
decades ago. The 2-hour transmission will be the regular BBC
programmes for West and South Africa and will end at 1400.

This special transmission will be sent with greetings from Ascension
Islandâs BBC and Babcock International staff and visitors, who will be
celebrating half a century of sterling broadcasting on August 28th.

(Ruxandra Obreja, Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium Chairman)

--- (via Alokesh Gupta, New Delhi, India, August 18, DX LISTENING DIGEST)


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Special DRM transmission celebrating 50th Anniversary of SW broadcast from Ascension Island  View Printable Version 
Sunday, August 28 2016

HCDX


Noted here in central Europe DRM Block ASC 21715 kHz at 1205 UT,
only S=6 or -87dBm strength.
Sorry, I've no DRM decoding software / unit gear at hand.

Similar AM signal, but easily to understand 21630 kHz French BBC
from ASC.

Also 17640 kHz BBC French from ASC,
but 16mb, S=9+25dB much stronger than 13 mb outlet, noted here.

in 13 mb:

strongest sce is BSKSA 21505.020 kHz S=9+20dB,
21580 RFI TDF ISS
IRN 21520 and 21750 kHz,
21675 BS TOM from RMI Okeechobee USA.

73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Roe alan-roe-swl@mail.com [dxld]" Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2016


2:06 PM
Subject: Re: [dxld] Special DRM transmission celebrating 50th Anniversary of
SW broadcast from Ascension Island


I caught the very briefest peel of bells in AM-mode on 21715kHz at
1155UT before I could see that the transmission switched to DRM -
however the signal here was minimal and was far and away too low to ever
be decoded.

Alan Roe, Teddington, UK with Winradio G31 and 17m wire antenna


On 19/08/2016 23:01, Glenn Hauser wghauser@yahoo.com [dxld] wrote:


[Attachment(s) <#TopText> from Glenn Hauser included below]

Special DRM transmission from Ascension Island â Sunday 28th August 2016

DRM will be part of a big anniversary on a small island in the
Atlantic Ocean. On 28th of August at 1155 GMT Babcock International
will ensure a special BBC digital transmission from the BBC Atlantic
Relay station on 21715 kHz, marking the fiftieth anniversary of the
BBCâs first short-wave radio broadcast from Ascension Island.

Since 1966, the Atlantic Relay station has broadcast BBC World Service
programmes to Africa and South America, and to this day, continues to
broadcast over 250 programme hours every week to East and West Africa
in English, French, Hausa and Somali.

The two hour-transmission will start with the old, special sound of
Bow Church Bell in east London, the sound of which, even if in DRM
this time, will remind older listeners of the BBC broadcasts of many
decades ago. The 2-hour transmission will be the regular BBC
programmes for West and South Africa and will end at 1400.

This special transmission will be sent with greetings from Ascension
Islandâs BBC and Babcock International staff and visitors, who will be
celebrating half a century of sterling broadcasting on August 28th.

(Ruxandra Obreja, Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium Chairman)

--- (via Alokesh Gupta, New Delhi, India, August 18, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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RA SHP  View Printable Version 
Saturday, August 27 2016

HCDX


all three RA SHP units 17840, 15415, and 15240 kHz
on air at 2225 UT on Aug 27-UTC,
even S=7-8 signal across the Indian Ocean into central EUR / southern
Germany.

wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jota Xavier via Hard-Core-DX"Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2016 12:21 AM


Subject: [HCDX] JRX Logs: Sat, August 27, 2016.

Sat, August 27, 2016, at 2225 UT


AUSTRALIA (returns on-air!)
+15415. August 27, 2016. 2142-2255, Radio Australia, Shepparton, in
English. Male announcer makes a interview with a man and a one rooster
crowing, underground; female announcer talks and says Radio Australia (ID)
and other interview; ID. Broadcasting with fair signal and modulation,
35433. Parallel logs on 15240kHz, on-air, but barely audible; on 17840kHz,
is off.


DXer: Josà Ronaldo Xavier (JRX). Location: Cabedelo-PB, Brazil
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�tf-8?q?La Rosa de Tokio para este fin de semana: Home �tf-8?q?naje a la radiodifusión argentina en  View Printable Version 
Saturday, August 27 2016

HCDX

La Rosa de Tokio es un programa dedicado a difundir el apasionante mundo de la
radio y del diexismo que se transmite semanalmente desde los estudios de LS11
Radio Provincia de Buenos Aires.

Este fin de semana dedicaremos nuestro programa a a homenajear a la
radiodifusiÃn argentina en su dÃa con una teatralizaciÃn realizada por los colegas de LRA1 Radio Nacional

No se pierdan los archivos de audio histÃricos con los cuales se "ilustra"
cada programa.

La Rosa de Tokio puede ser escuchada los dÃas sÃbados de 23:00 a 24:00 Tiempo
Universal Coordinado (20:00 a 21:00 hora LU) por los 1270 Khz y en Internet por
http://www.amprovincia.com.ar
AdemÃs, una extensa red de emisoras de frecuencia modulada de toda la RepÃblica
Argentina retransmite en forma semanal nuestro programa en diferentes dÃas y
horarios.
La Rosa de Tokio tambiÃn sale por onda corta gracias a las facilidades brindadas
por WRMI Radio Miami Internacional (http://www.wrmi.net
TambiÃn puede ser escuchada en cualquier momento entrando en la pÃgina
ProgramasDX y haciendo "click" en http://programasdx.com/larosadetokio.htm
Desde este vÃnculo tambiÃn podrÃn acceder al archivo que recaba ediciones
anteriores del programa.
La Rosa de Tokio es producida y conducida por Omar Josà Somma y Arnaldo Leonel
Slaen y cuenta con la colaboraciÃn habitual de RubÃn Guillermo Margenet, desde
Rosario y Alejandro Daniel Alvarez, desde Neuquen.
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