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[HCDX] Dec 27 Logs
** CHAD. 4904.97, RNT, 2145-2232*, Dec 27, Afro-pops, tribal drums.
French talk. Sign off with National Anthem at 2231. Good. Alternating
between 6165 & 4904.97. Heard yesterday at this same time period
on 6165. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** JAPAN. 6055, Radio Nikkei, 1020-1030, Dec 27, local music.
Japanese announcements. Poor. Weak. Very weak on // 3925.
(Brian Alexander, PA)
** NIGER. 9705, LV du Sahel, 2235-2301*, Dec 27, French pop
ballads. French announcements. Qur`an at 2253. Sign off with local
flute & National Anthem at 2259. Test tone at 2301 & off. Weak. Poor
with weak co-channel QRM and noisy conditions. (Brian Alexander,
** NIGERIA. 6089.85, Radio Nigeria, Kaduna, 2110-2204, Dec 27,
talk in listed Hausa. Tribal chants. Covered by Anguilla 6090 at their
2204 sign on. Fair signal strength but poor to fair overall signal quality
due to DRM QRM & adjacent channel splatter. Must use ECSS-USB
to avoid some of the DRM mess. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** RWANDA. 6055, Radio Rwanda, 2045-2100*, Dec 27, Euro-pop
music. French talk. Sign off with short electronic instrumental tune
along with ID. Good. Strong. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** THAILAND. 12095, Radio Thailand, 0045-0102, Dec 27, English
programming with review of upcoming local events. Weather. National
Anthem at 0100. Chimes at 0101 followed by programming in Thai.
Weak but readable. Stronger than usual. (Brian Alexander, PA)
** ZANZIBAR. 11735, Radio Tanzania-Zanzibar, 1800-1815, Dec 27,
English news to 1809. “Spice FM” IDs. Swahili talk & a US pop tune
at 1809 followed by Swahili talk. Audio good yesterday, but today the
audio is starting to get that warbling sound again. (Brian Alexander,
** ZIMBABWE [non]. via Madagascar, 11610, Radio Voice of the
People, *1700-1756*, Dec 27, sign on with African music & English-
vernacular opening ID announcements followed by vernacular talk.
Short breaks of African music. English at 1738. English news at 1747.
Closing English announcements with contact information at 1754.
Good signal but some English difficult to understand due to thick
accents. (Brian Alexander, PA)
Brian Alexander, Mechanicsburg, PA, U.S.A.
Equipment: TenTec RX-340, two 100 foot longwires
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