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[HCDX] Dec 5 Logs
** BOLIVIA. 6155.28, Radio Fides, La Paz, 1040-1100, Dec 5, Spanish
talk. Short breaks of Bolivian music. Presumed. No ID heard. Weak
but readable. Lost in noise by 1100. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** DJIBOUTI. 4780, Radio Djibouti, *0316-0325, Dec 5, abrupt late
sign on with Arabic talk. Horn of Africa music at 0325. Sign on usually
at 0300. Poor to fair with CODAR QRM. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** INDONESIA. 9525.90, Voice of Indonesia, *0958-1015+, Dec 5,
on with a Stevie Wonder tune. At 1001 announced this was the end
of their Korean broadcast & was beginning their English broadcast.
Theme music, IDs, and into English news at 1003. Talk about migrant
workers. Local music. Fair signal. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** NIGERIA. 9690, Voice of Nigeria, 1015-1035, Dec 5, English talk
about agriculture in Nigeria. Afro-pop music. Strong but somewhat
distorted audio. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** U.S.A. 2730 H, WSBA, York, PA, 1100-1115+, Dec 5, 3rd harmonic
of 910. Located about 25 miles from my location. FOX news at 1100.
Local York County news. “News Radio 910 WSBA” IDs. Traffic &
weather reports. Weak in noisy conditions & audio somewhat distorted.
No distortion on fundamental 910. 2nd harmonic not heard. (Brian Alexander,
Brian Alexander, Mechanicsburg, PA, U.S.A.
Equipment: TenTec RX-340, two 100 foot longwires
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