Hard-Core-DX.com: Alert: Voice Of Turkey 9830khz

Alert: Voice Of Turkey 9830khz

Friday, May 19 2017


German isnt scheduled on Shortwave at this time of day, is what I meant.

I doubled checked eibi just now and the only 9830 entry for Turkey is the
2200-2300 utc english broadcast.

Paul


On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 11:50 AM, Wolfgang Bueschel <dg1sbn@t-online.de>
wrote:

>
> Hi Paul,
>
>
> German isn't scheduled at this time of day ...
>>
>
>
> TRT Livestream, see the enclosed B-16 file of mid January 2017,
> when 0000 UT started German language TRT service on livestream "TRT VOT
> World" (i.e. 2300 UT in A-17 season)
>
> In Winter B-16 season, TRT website livestream outlets:
>
> TURKEY Die Stimme der Tuerkei, Postbox 333,
> TR-06443 Yenisehir, Ankara, Turkey
>
> <http://www.trt.net.tr/deutsch>
>
> Dazu kommen mit sehr langer Verzoegerung gegenueber dem Direktsignal
> nicht angesagte Internetuebertragungen bei
>
> <http://www.trt.net.tr/Anasayfa/canli.aspx?y=radyo&k=trtvotwo>
>
> (Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 16, 2017)
>
> <http://www.trt.net.tr/Anasayfa/canli.aspx?y=radyo&k=trtvotwest>
>
> TRT VOT West TRT VOT East TRT VOT World
>
> 0000 Arabic Chinese German
> 0030 Urdu Chinese German
>
> 0100 Urdu Azeri Portuguese
> 0130 Dari Azeri Portuguese
>
> 0200 Pashto southern Turkmen Spanish 9410 9650
> 0230 Uzbek Arabic Kazakh Spanish 9410 9650
>
> 0300 Uyghur 9460 Kyrgyz Malay (Indonesian)
> 0330 Uyghur 9460 Uzbek Malay (Indonesian)
>
> 0400 Georgian Tatar English 6080 7240
> 0430 Georgian Uyghur English 6080 7240
>
> 0500 Russian Uyghur French
> 0530 Russian Dari French
>
> 0600 Bosnian Pashto southern Farsi
> 0630 French Uzbek Arabic Farsi
>
> 0700 French Azeri Uyghur
> 0730 Tatar Azeri Uyghur
>
> 0800 Serbian Azeri 11710 Macedonian
> 0830 Croatian Azeri 11710 Armenian
>
> 0900 Greek Bosnian Romanian
> 0930 Greek Farsi 11795 Kyrgyz
>
> 1000 Arabic 11955 Farsi 11795 Hungarian
> 1030 Arabic 11955 Farsi 11795 Japanese
>
> 1100 Georgian 9840 Tatar 15360 Japanese
> 1130 Georgian 9840 Uzbek 13655 Azeri
>
> 1200 Bulgarian 7245 Chinese 15420 Azeri
> 1230 Romanian Chinese 15420 German 15270
>
> 1300 Urdu 15390 Turkmen 11965 German 15270
> 1330 Urdu 15390 Uyghur 13685 English 12035
>
> 1400 Russian 9410 Uyghur 13685 English 12035
> 1430 Russian 9410 Albanian Kazakh 9785
>
> 1500 Italian 6185 Albanian Arabic 7295 17720
> 1530 Serbian Armenian Arabic 7295 17720
>
> 1600 Croatian Dari 9595 Farsi 6070
> 1630 Azeri 5965 Pashto so 9595 Farsi 6070
>
> 1700 Azeri 5965 Uzbek 9595 Bulgarian
> 1730 Tatar English 11730 Spanish 9495
>
> 1800 Hausa English 11730 Spanish 9495
> 1830 Hausa French 9620 German 5945
>
> 1900 Arabic French 9620 German 5945
> 1930 Arabic Russian English 6050
>
> 2000 Portuguese Russian English 6050
> 2030 Portuguese Swahili French 5970 9625
>
> 2100 Spanish Swahili French 5970 9625
> 2130 Spanish Arabic English 9610
>
> 2200 Bulgarian Arabic English 9610
> 2230 Greek Macedonian Italian
>
> 2300 Greek Russian English 5960
> 2330 Arabic Russian English 5960
>
> Pashto southern = Kandahar Pashto.
> Malay (Indonesian) = macro language Malay / Indonesian
>
> Listening to many hours of programming in languages I understand at least
> partly, I realise how much of the content is centrally prepared. I note a
> dominant word in all languages: "terrorist" (PKK, PYD, Guelen movement,
> IS). And I note as inconsistent compositions of quotations from
> international press reports into a commentary programme as in the German
> programme.
>
> Turkey - During my ongoing research of their web stream
>
> <http://www.trt.net.tr/Anasayfa/canli.aspx?y=radyo&k=trtvotwest>
>
> I note that the designer of the web site of Voice of Turkey did not
> envisage pages for frequency and programme schedules in the different
> languages.
>
> I know that a number of the services available via
>
> <http://www.trtvotworld.com/>
>
> are not broadcast on short wave; nonetheless interested listeners of those
> on short wave should ask for current frequency information to be included.
> It would also be in the general interest of the specific language services
> to have all platforms (incl. FM affiliates) mentioned that they are on.
>
> The German Service does give frequency and programme schedules for their
> short wave transmissions. So, I did not note this deficiency of the design
> of the web site before. I just came across this problem when finding
> German on internet streams and not finding any references on the German
> site.
>
> Listeners of the English service should also note that the link at
>
> <http://www.trtvotworld.com/>
>
> directly leads to the TV service
>
> <http://www.trtworld.com/>
>
> This leads me to ask whether there is still any English audio content to
> be found on the web site of the Voice of Turkey.
>
> <http://www.trt.net.tr/Anasayfa/canli.aspx?y=radyo&k=trtvotwest>
>
> (Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, conversation help with Alexander Busneag-D,
> via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 16, 2017)
>
>
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul B. Walker, Jr." <
> walkerbroadcasting@gmail.com>
> Sent: Friday, May 19, 2017 3:23 PM
> Subject: [HCDX] Alert: Voice Of Turkey 9830khz
>
> VOT uses this frequency solely for their 2200 to 2300UTC broadcast in
>> English to Eastern North America,.
>>
>> Well, at least 3 times in the last 2 weeks, I've heard the broadcast
>> continue after 2300UTC.
>>
>> The interval tune without speech will play out after the English language
>> transmission ends, and about 2256, it will hiccup and restart with speech
>> in German saying "This is the voice of turkey". and then a broadcast in
>> German will commence.
>>
>> German isn't scheduled at this time of day, it happens much earlier.
>>
>> The transmission in German will continue anywhere between 15 and 45
>> minutes before being abruptly shut off in mid sentence.
>>
>> I suspect that the Turksat 3A or Turksat 4A satelitte feed from Ankara is
>> what feeds the Emirler Shortwave transmitter site. And, when the english
>> broadcast ends on the satellite next up is German and since the 9830khz
>> transmitter doesn't shut off, that's what we hear.
>>
>> Paul
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