Hard-Core-DX.com: Glenn Hauser logs November 8-9, 2022

Glenn Hauser logs November 8-9, 2022

Wednesday, November 09 2022

** CUBA. 11880, Nov 8 at 2344-2353.5* open carrier, and was not there
at tuneby just before. Presumed RHC, last known frequency for 23-24
English hour. I had been checking all current and remembered
frequencies for that, but unfound, nor before 2300. Usual pattern in
EST season is to move it nonsensically one UT hour earlier.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** EGYPT. 9902.570, S3/S4 of dead air, presumed R. Cairo 9900 S
American disservice. Something`s always egregious in Egypt (Glenn
Hauser, OK, WOR)

** JAPAN [and non]. 10m ham contact: see URUGUAY [and non]

** NORTH AMERICA. 6935 USB, Nov 9 at 0011-0043, S9/+10 of pirate
music, jazzy at first; 0028.5 SSTV beepery; 0030.5 back to music, now
hard rock. Never any voice announcements, let alone IDs but this:
has many logs of Thunder Chicken Radio with SSTV images including some
fuzzy cheesecake (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** TURKEY. 5980, Nov 8 at 2150, S5/S8 of music, maybe Turkish? Yes,
VOT scheduled here until 2200. Previous log of unID on 5960 -
frequency was wrong! Delete (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 28207 CW, Nov 8 at 2212, E E E E E E E E E E DE N4XRO/B:
``28.2070 N4XRO C BURBANK, CA # 5W Horizontal Hamstick Dipole NEW 29
APRIL 2019`` --- If rated RST, this would get a T of 6 or 7, with a
`chirp` rather than pure tone.

DAVID M POOLE, 441 N Parish Place, Burbank, CA 91506, USA

``10-Meter Beacon station is on the air --- As of 0300 UTC April 30,
2019 my IARU Region 2 coordinated beacon is on the air at 28.2070 MHz.
If you happen to tune it in please leave a reception report at

Greetings from Burbank, California USA
If you’re on this page it is probably because you tuned in our HF
beacon in the 10-Meter Amateur Radio band on 28.2070 MHz. The station
currently uses a custom made beacon by Vlad, AA7DJ, operating in CW
mode. We are running 5 watts into a Ham Stick horizontal dipole
antenna. Note: The equipment in use varies from time to time based on
operational considerations as well as experimental tests being
performed. Please see the Maintenance Log for detailed information on
what equipment was in use and when. The beacon station has been
operating continuously, contributing to the Amateur Radio community’s
propagation studies since 03:00 UTC, Tuesday, April 30, 2019`` (Glenn
Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2163 monitoring: confirmed Tuesday
November 8 at 2330 ex-2230 on WRMI 9955, S9/+10 into Maryland SDR well
over Cuban pulse jamming.

Also confirmed UT Wednesday November 9 at 0043 the 0030 ex-2330 on
WRMI 9395, VG S9/+10 direct. Next:

1030 UT Wednesday WRMI 5850 to NW
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 9395 to NNW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 5010 to S

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Thanks this week for a generous check from Mike Cooper, Georgia,
``in appreciation of your continued activities``, to
Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702.

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woradio at yahoo.com (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. WRMI braces for another hurricane: On Facebook circa 0200 UT
Nov 9: ``WRMI Radio Miami International 2h · Dear WRMI Listeners and
Clients: Believe it or not, another hurricane, this one named Nicole,
is headed straight for our transmitter site in Okeechobee. It's
expected to hit tomorrow, Wednesday, November 9. We are expecting very
high winds and heavy rains. As you know, we just finished repairing
our transmission lines which were severely damaged by Hurricane Ian at
the end of September. So we hope that we won't have to repair them
again. But the situation appears very bad. We will likely have to shut
the station down sometime Wednesday afternoon until the storm moves
through the area, probably sometime on Thursday. However, we may have
a power outage and/or antenna and transmission line damage, so we
cannot say how long we will be off the air. If our Internet service
does not go down, we will continue our Internet stream at www.wrmi.net
Thank you for your good wishes, and we'll let you know what happens``
(via Glenn Hauser, WOR)

** URUGUAY [and non]. 28403 USB, Nov 8 at 226, CX9ARH in contact with
JA1TLE, who speaks some fraxured Spanish, mixes in Japanese and
English. Last letter of CX9 sometimes with unrecognizable fonetik,
othertimes as Hotel. They are close to antipodal, both heard equally
well here, as 10m is wide-open also with UStations, but no phoners
above 28.5 MHz, why? even tho there are some collisions in the 28.4s.
CX9ARH keeps the frequency to call CQ Pacific.

CX9ARH Uruguay flag Uruguay
Roberto Gonzalez Hohn, Jose Maria Navajas 1263, Montevideo 12500,
Uruguay --- with a few scenic photos on his QRZ.com page

JA1TLE Japan flag Japan
Yatsuka Kagawa, Ichihara City, Japan
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. 20626.4 USB, Nov 8 at 2228, colloquial Spanish 2-way,
cambio. A rare tuneacross 21-20 MHz to hear anything at all (Glenn
Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 0528 UT November 9