13710 – Tune in at 0017 with no audio ,although visible signal on the screen. At 0111 Chinese program coming in at a fair level . Talks and announcements by om & yl. Signal off at 0114 and in the background I could hear what sounded like another Station also in Chinese. Carrier returned at 0130 however signal was much weaker than earlier and audio wasn’t good enough to even get any clue as to what the language was.
I think that I would agree that what I am hearing is most likely CNR with AIR buried underneath. After 0130 is most likely AIR with their scheduled Indonesian program.
Stephen C Wood
Perseus SDR, Drake R8B
15 x 30 terminated Superloop antenna
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From: Wolfgang Bueschel
Sent: Tuesday, April 6, 2021 8:48 PM
To: HCDX; Stephen C Wood; wor
Subject: Re: [WOR] [HCDX] Tonight's mysteries
2345-0115 AIR Chinese 13710-B
13710 kHz April 6 / 7,
could only trace any AIR Program Chinese in HongKong Kiwi-net rx o n l y
around 00.40 - 00.45 UT,
but CHINA mainland jamming heard instead,
CNR1 echo program heard in Hiroshima, Delhi, Novosobirsk, remotedly
and central China KIWInet
S=9+30 -43dBm at 00.37 UT
S=9+35dB or -41dBm at 00.40 UT
But at vr2kj HongKong Kiwi_net
could be heard another Chinese language program,
so real AIR underneath,
music program like subcontinental instruments and singer
heard clearly at 00.46 UT.
13710 kHz exact fq,
when tuned-in much early April 6th at 23.35 UT (!)
noted an empty carrier on Hiroshima and Tokyo SDRs
started S=5-6 -93dBm poor EMPTY TX carrier seen on screen
23.42:10 UTC exact time, sudden crash-start
of echo jamming program S=8 or -79dBm
and two CNR1 echo jammer started on that channel.
20 kHz wideband audio block jamming.
Compared to CNR1 Voice of China
73 wb df5sx
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel" <
To: "wor" <WOR@groups.io>; "Stephen C Wood" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "HCDX"
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2021 6:46 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] Tonight's mysteries
> INDIA A21 schedule for AIR external services on SW (only active
> services listed). Transmitter sites: B=Bengalaru; D=Delhi.
> 0130-0230 Indonesian 13710-B 0300-0400 Baluchi 9950-D
> 0400-0500 Nepali 11560-D 15030-B 0500-0600 Arabic 15030-B
> 0800-0830 Farsi 15030-B 0845-0930 Pashto 11560-D 17830-B
> 0900-1000 Nepali 9950-D 1045-1200 Tibetan 11560-D
> 1215-1515 Swahili 15030-B 1330-1430 Dari 9950-D 11560-B
> 1930-2030 French 9620-B 2345-0115 Chinese 13710-B
> (Jose Jacob/DXIndia web site; via BrDXC-UK "Communication"
> printed PDF magazine April 2021)
> requests #14095 Indonesian 120degr
> and #14096 Thai 90degr
> into hfcc.database
> 02.45-03.30 UT to mention Thai language section
> at 90 degr azimuth, 500 kW powerhouse into #216 antenna curtain
> at AIR Bangalore center. 73 wb df5sx
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stephen C Wood" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2021 3:51 AM
> Subject: [HCDX] Tonight's mysteries
>> A couple of tentative mystery logs for tonight , April 5, before
>> 13710 – I am not sure if India has reactivated this frequency at this
>> but I was hearing a definite Chinese language program here peaking above
>> the noise at 0048 GMT . Mostly talks by several announcers, om & yl ,
>> an occasional mx bumper , possible Chinese style mx , between segments.
>> There were a couple of ad or promo type announcements right before 0100
>> followed by time pips , about 25 seconds early but silent until TOH, then
>> signal faded well below the noise. At 0114 the signal cut off for about
>> 15 seconds then returned but the level was just to low to compensate for
>> the noise and atmospheric effects on the signal. Could be a CNR jammer
>> against a past AIR program that isn’t there anymore.
>> Stephen C Wood
>> Perseus SDR, Drake R8B
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