UZBEKISTAN some Taskent bcast center odd fqs outlets
7599.881 kHz at 03.15 UT on Aug 21, S=8 fair signal sidelobe in Delhi India,
long lasting phone-in report. New R Afghanistan International since Aug 15.
12019.873 Radio Iran International, from London-UK, Saudi budget sponsored.
S=9 at Delhi. 03.23 UT on Aug 21.
INDIA and a terrible audio example for unsufficient AIR on their SW sites,
performed terrible audio noise covered program on
9949.804 kHz S=9+10dB local ground wave, scheduled 03-04 UT,
heard at 03.21 UT Aug 21.
Noted 10 x 100 Hertz apart distance strings on Perseus SDR screen software,
on lower side flank only, between 9948.654 to 9949.354 kHz. 73 wb
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 21)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alokesh Gupta" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2021 9:01 PM
Subject: Re: [WOR] 7600 kHz
Afghanistan International TV is definitely on MW // 7600 kHz // afintl.com
With best regards,
On Fri, Aug 20, 2021 at 10:51 AM Kai Ludwig <KaiLudwig@t-online.de> wrote:
A friendly request if perhaps we could avoid phantom discussions? Just one
hour ago "mediumwave" has elsewhere been mentioned in connection with
Afghanistan International, but still without any confirmation of such a
transmission. Thus I fear the chatter really gets out of hand. So far I
have not seen any reports about real observations or at least
of such transmissions, and it would be useful if any would be clearly
described as such.
Concerning 7600 kHz see
So the speculative scenario is 0230-1430 = Tashkent and 1430-0230 = Gavar.
(And by the way, it now should be clear that the Iran International
transmissions could be shared between these two transmitter operators as
well, rather than being moved to Uzbekistan completely. Perhaps they
always > were.)
The own Iran International report about launching Afghanistan
International appears to be a bit misleading, too. The real scenario seems
to be nine hours of live programming a day (with a possibility that they
have during the last days already ramped it up) with the remainder of the
day filled with repeats. So the playout seems to stay on air continuously
(or have any breaks been observed?), and it is always the accompanying
audio of this TV program that is being relayed on 7600 kHz.
And one personal remark: You don't see every day a town a mere 15
kilometres away (Doberlug-Kirchhain) mentioned by CNN...
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