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Radio Tarma testing new 1,4 kW transmitter   
Monday, November 25 2019

I saw you tuned also via my remote Perseus at 2220, which one had better
signal, yours or here?

73, Mauno

Karel Honzík kirjoitti 25.11.2019 klo 11:23:

I was listening too and at around 2215 they mentioned that they have
many distant listeners, for example as far as in Oklahoma. Perhaps we
know who was this listener  :-)

73, Karel Honzík, Czechia

-----Původní zpráva----- From: Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX
Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2019 1:53 AM
To: hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com ; WOR@groups.io
Subject: Re: [HCDX] [WOR] Radio Tarma testing new 1,4 kW transmitter

Yes, I know, but it should be useful for everyone to keep in mind
their SS/SR times, which vary less than an hour during the year.

Also here around 0030 on 4775.04 --- at least now easier to separate
from Congonhas. They were going to get a 2 kW transmitter so maybe
this is it but not at full power.

Hearing same `Andean` music as on their webstream via

where there are no CODAR double-swishes every second

73, Glenn Hauser, OK

    On Saturday, November 23, 2019, 9:53:19 PM GMT, Mauno_Ritola
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com> wrote:

Thank you, Glenn, I know, I have DX-Atlas :-) On shortwave signals can
be heard much before sunset.

Seems, that Radio Tarma is on 4775.04 kHz, the carrier started to be
visible here in Finland after 2030.

Now at 2150 there is already audio and I can hear, that it is in Spanish.

73, Mauno Ritola

 Glenn Hauser kirjoitti 23.11.2019 klo 23:46:

Tarma sunset is not until 2310 UT
(And sunrise 1028)
per gaisma.com

73, Glenn Hauser

On Saturday, November 23, 2019, 8:26:42 PM GMT, Mauno Ritola
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Manuel,
Gracias. Maybe they are a bit late? Only Rádio Congonhas on 4789.93 kHz
at 2020.

73, Mauno

Manuel Méndez kirjoitti 23.11.2019 klo 18:35:

Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

Received, right now, mail from Radio Tarma, they say they are testing
at this time a new 1,4 kW transmitter:

"Apreciado Manuel, muchas gracias por su interés en nuestra estación
de Onda Corta OCX 4 E. Estamos probando un transmisor, en este momento
con 1,400 watts. Horario de transmisión de 10 .00 a 14:00 UTC y de
20:00 – 02:00 UTC . Esperamos su reportaje de recepción. Cordialmente,"




Dirección: Jr. MOLINO DEL AMO N° 167 - TARMA - PERÚ

Teléfonos: 64 321510 - 64 321167

CELULAR: 964 689066

E-mail: gerenciageneral@grupomonteverde.com

MSN : gerenciageneral@grupomonteverde.com


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