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[HCDX] Nov 1 Logs
** BOLIVIA. 6134.80, Radio Santa Cruz, 0100-0114*, Nov 1, Spanish
talk. Ads. Spanish ballads. Local music. Many IDs. Sign off with local
ranchero-style tune with many mentions of Santa Cruz in the lyrics.
Poor to fair with adjacent channel splatter. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** BRAZIL. 11780, Radio Nac do Amazonia, 0205-0210, Nov 1,
Portuguese talk. IDs. Lite instrumental music. Good. No //s heard.
(Brian Alexander, PA)
** ERITREA. 7100, VOBME, *0354-0400, Nov 1, IS. Talk at 0400.
Covered by noise jammer at 0400. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** ERITREA. 7175, VOBME, *0354-0415, Nov 1, IS. Talk at 0400.
Horn of Africa music. Poor to fair. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** INDONESIA. 9525.9, Voice of Indonesia, 1255-1315+, Nov 1,
tune-in to choral music. Talk in unidentified language. English ID at
1305 & into English programming with news at 1307. Poor. Weak
but better than usual with a somewhat readable signal. Only a
threshold signal when checked at 1350. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** MEXICO. 6184.95, Radio Educacion, Mexico City, 0050-0105,
Nov 1, Spanish talk. Lite instrumental music. Spanish ballads. IDs.
Fair but some adjacent channel splatter. // 1060 - weak under KYW-
Philadelphia. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** U.S.A. 5002.78, 5018.52, 5034.26, 5065.74, 5081.48, WWRB
Spurs, 0145-0200+, Nov 1, multiple weak, distorted spurs from 5050.
Note 15.74 kHz separation between each frequency. 5034.26 was
the strongest. (Brian Alexander, PA)
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