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Clandestine (Germany?), 17870, Radio Rhino International, *1500-1528 Noted
continuous ID by a woman as, "You are listening to Radio Rhino
English. At 1503 NA(?) presented for about a minute that man comments in
in English. The following format was a man talking for a minute or two,
minute of Hilife music. Most of the comments were about Uganda. At 1515
a carrier came up and blocked this signal. Subsequent listening showed this
the VOA's Georgian service. At 1528 when the VOA finally starts
Radio Rhino International is blocked out completely. During it's clear
however, Radio Rhino International was at a fair to good level.
(Chuck Bolland, October 21, 2005)
Clewiston, Florida (waiting for Wilma)
NRD545, Dipole, Homebrew preselector
Received the current Passport to World Band Radio 2006 yesterday and
had a chance to read it today. I found it most interesting this year. It
had a very large number of reviews for receivers and shortwave accessories.
World Radio TV Handbook 2005 is out.
Order yours from http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0823077942/hardcoredxcom
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