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Tuesday, February 13 2018



CUBA Came across of RHC Sp 11950 kHz at 1410 UT Feb 13.
24 kHz wideband signal noted in NY and Detroit MI remotes.
S=9+10dB signal. Female Spanish language presenter
'Territorio Libre' ... '...Revolution Cuba...'

same program on
11760 RHC Bauta non-directional antenna, S=8-9
11840 RHC Titan Quivican San Felipe, 250 kW carrier strong,
but low modulation, main audio block visible on SDR software
at 17.2 kHz wideband, in peaks 32 (!) kHz wide. S=9+10dB in
NY and Detroit MI remotes.
9535 kHz low 50 kW Bejucal, much audio distorted transmission towards
central America, - at Panama to Baja California target on Pacific coast.
S=8 signal at 1425 UT.
11650 kHz backlobe of 110degr Antilles northern South America target,
S=5 fluttery signal.
15230 kHz RHC more Titan Quivican San Felipe outlet towards Amazonia, Sao
Paulo, Buenos Aires, S=9 backlobe to MI US state. at 1427 UT.
15370 kHz best Bauta signal in northern states,
S=9+20dB in Detroit MI and NY state.
20 kHz wideband audio block visible.
17580 RHC weak S=5-6 backlobe fluttery towards 160degr.
17730 RHC weak S=5-6 backlobe at 130 degr. fluttery.

and at 1434 UT onwards,
a lot of these RHC 15370 fundamental kHz outlet -
as SPURIOUS signals irreg. wandered 3 kHz from central fq like on
15790, 15720, 15649, 15580, 15510, 15439, 15300, 15231, 15161, 15091, 15021,
14953, gap, 14746, gap, 14631 kHz.

73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX"Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2018 6:23 PM


Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs February 10-11, 2018


CUBA. 15579, 15510, 15443; 15298, 15229, 15159, 15094, 15023, 14952,
14881, 14810, 14740, 14670! Feb 11 from 1503, RHC-FM spurs out of AM 15370
transmitter, at these very approx. centers, each spreading up to 10 kHz
wide. Intermittently, clear FM program audio cuts on the closer ones,
otherwise mostly noise --- wiggle that patchcord! Fortunately, the
tenth-order 14670 one is very weak and CHU can still be copied. That leads
to an average separation of 70 kHz, a bit more than usual.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report despatched at 1723 UT February 11

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