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World Music Radio 15805 kHz  View Printable Version 
Sunday, January 06 2019

HCDX

World Music Radio (WMR) commenced broadcasting on 15805 kHz on December 25th
2018 and has now been on the air daily (well almost) since then. Now today
is the final day of daily broadcasting. As from tomorrow WMR will only be on
the air on 15805 kHz Saturday and Sundays.

Broadcasting hours are 0700-2000 UTC and the power is only 0.2 kW making it
a difficult ? and irregular - catch. But the signal does get out. Right now
(08 UTC) WMR can be heard in Russia (Ural and perhaps into Siberia) and in
Southern Europe. In a couple of hours the signal can be picked up in Brazil
and around 13-16 UTC good reception has been experienced almost daily in
Eastern North America on 15805. Propagation after local sunset in Denmark is
apparently rather ?sketchy?. Only once the signal made a short skip
propagation into Ireland and Western UK. Would be interesting to learn if
the signal can be received ? anywhere ? after 16 or 17 UTC.

Reception reports are welcome to wmr@wmr.dk and will usually be QSLed within
a month.

Best 73?s

Stig Hartvig Nielsen, World Music Radio, PO Box 112, DK-8960 Randers SØ,
Denmark

www.wmr.radio

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World Music Radio 15805 kHz  View Printable Version 
Sunday, January 06 2019

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Weak signal in Bulgaria at 0915UT, Jan.6

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>
>
> World Music Radio (WMR) commenced broadcasting on 15805 kHz on December
> 25th
> 2018 and has now been on the air daily (well almost) since then. Now today
> is the final day of daily broadcasting. As from tomorrow WMR will only be
> on
> the air on 15805 kHz Saturday and Sundays.
>
>
>
> Broadcasting hours are 0700-2000 UTC and the power is only 0.2 kW making it
> a difficult â and irregular - catch. But the signal does get out. Right now
> (08 UTC) WMR can be heard in Russia (Ural and perhaps into Siberia) and in
> Southern Europe. In a couple of hours the signal can be picked up in Brazil
> and around 13-16 UTC good reception has been experienced almost daily in
> Eastern North America on 15805. Propagation after local sunset in Denmark
> is
> apparently rather âsketchyâ. Only once the signal made a short skip
> propagation into Ireland and Western UK. Would be interesting to learn if
> the signal can be received â anywhere â after 16 or 17 UTC.
>
>
>
> Reception reports are welcome to wmr@wmr.dk and will usually be QSLed
> within
> a month.
>
>
>
> Best 73âs
>
> Stig Hartvig Nielsen, World Music Radio, PO Box 112, DK-8960 Randers SÃ,
> Denmark
>
> www.wmr.radio
>
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73! Ivo Ivanov


More information on the shortwave listening hobby,
please visit to http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria
Receiver: Afedri SDR
Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection)
Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas.

QTH-2: Sofia OK2, Bulgaria
Receiver: Sony ICF-2001D
Antenna: 30 m. long wire
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World Music Radio 15805 kHz  View Printable Version 
Sunday, January 06 2019

HCDX

World Music Radio (WMR) commenced broadcasting on 15805 kHz on December 25th
2018 and has now been on the air daily (well almost) since then. Now today
is the final day of daily broadcasting. As from tomorrow WMR will only be on
the air on 15805 kHz Saturday and Sundays.

Broadcasting hours are 0700-2000 UTC and the power is only 0.2 kW making it
a difficult ? and irregular - catch. But the signal does get out. Right now
(08 UTC) WMR can be heard in Russia (Ural and perhaps into Siberia) and in
Southern Europe. In a couple of hours the signal can be picked up in Brazil
and around 13-16 UTC good reception has been experienced almost daily in
Eastern North America on 15805. Propagation after local sunset in Denmark is
apparently rather ?sketchy?. Only once the signal made a short skip
propagation into Ireland and Western UK. Would be interesting to learn if
the signal can be received ? anywhere ? after 16 or 17 UTC.

Reception reports are welcome to wmr@wmr.dk and will usually be QSLed within
a month.

Best 73?s

Stig Hartvig Nielsen, World Music Radio, PO Box 112, DK-8960 Randers SØ,
Denmark

www.wmr.radio

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DX Tip: KUAZ 1550 Tucson, AZ  View Printable Version 
Sunday, January 06 2019

HCDX
It appears this 50KW Non directional Daytimer is still on. Heard with NPR
89.1 ID's during a local break between segments of "American Roots Radio"
with some discussion and playing of rockabilly, rock n roll and country
music. Sign off should be 545pm mountain.

Paul Walker
Laramie, Wyoming
Icom IC746 Pro and 25 ft long by 1-0 foot tall Wellbrook ALA100LN
Volleyball net magnetic loop antenna
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DX Tip: KUAZ 1550 Tucson, AZ  View Printable Version 
Sunday, January 06 2019

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It would appear at 1145pm mountain, 5 hours after my original check that
KUAZ 1550 is still on the air..... now 6 hours after sign off time.
Paul in Laramie, Wyoming

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