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This Saturday 5/11 at Greek Music Refuge  View Printable Version 
Thursday, November 03 2022

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This Saturday 5/11  at Greek MusicRefuge   we will feature a big  tribute  to the city Thessaloniki feasted on Oct 26th   whichas usually is prepared by me. You can hear us every Saturday on 5130kHZ  on 0330 to 0400 UTC  (winter time change!)via R Angela WBCQfacilities at  Monticello, ME USA


Zacharias Liangas
Hard Core Radio monitor and gear tester

https://bit.ly/3OZixtr ; disclaimer on my writing
https://bit.ly/34NEBpc ; why SDR is better
https://linktr.ee/zliangas ; all my pages


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Voice of Thailand  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 02 2022

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THAILAND
Radio Thailand/Voice of Thailand heard here 0000-0029 UT on 13750 kHz
starting this week for B-22, ex 15590 kHz. On Nov 2 (UT), received at a
very listenable level with news, weather and business news.

Joe Ihnat
Southwestern Pennsylvania, USA
receiver: Eton Elite Field

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SLBC news  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 02 2022

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I heard them same time and freq on Oct 27, 28 and 29, but not since. Not
sure if this is relapse of transmitter problem or if they've made a
sked/freq change for B-22. Maybe someone else knows?

-Joe

On 10/26/2022 8:51 PM, Joseph Ihnat via Hard-Core-DX wrote:

I haven't seen an update to this on this list, but I noticed them on
tonight, Oct. 27 at 0031 UT on 11905 kHz.

Monitored on Vadodra, India remote SDR.
Also received here direct, but at a poor level.

Signal abruptly disappeared at 0046, but came back after about 30
seconds.

Joe Ihnat
Southwestern Pennsylvania, USA
receiver: Eton Elite Field

On 10/13/2022 2:23 AM, Maurits Van Driessche wrote:

Found this info on facebook one transmitter of SLBC is noted off air
since 11 Oct 22. So SLBC 11905, BBC Bangla 9410 and many AWR channels
are not heard. Many AWR programs via 2nd transmitter is heard as usual.


Maurits Van Driessche ON3MK 73,
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Dual DX Test-- THIS WEEKEND-- KJJR 880 Whitefish, MT & KSEN 1150 Shelby, MT  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 02 2022

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The Courtesy Program Committee (CPC) of the National Radio Club and International Radio Club of America are proud to kick off the 2022-2023 season with another “Dual DX Test” this weekend.

Chief Engineer Todd Clark will be doing maintenance testing starting on Saturday, November 5th at 12:01 AM Mountain Time (0601 UTC) when KJJR, 880 AM, will be testing on daytime power and pattern. 10,000 watts. Programming will consist of sweep tones, Morse Code IDs, 1 kHz “long duration tones,” etc. The test will last two hours, until 02:00 AM Mountain Time.

Part two of the dual test is the next day, Sunday, November 6th, at 12:01 AM Mountain Time (0601 UTC) when KSEN, 1150 AM, will be testing on daytime power and pattern. 10,000 watts. Programming will consist of sweep tones, Morse Code IDs, 1 kHz “long duration tones,” etc. The test will last two hours, until 02:00 AM Mountain Time.

** Most of the United States will “fall back” one hour into Standard Time at 0200 local times on Sunday, November 6th. This will not affect the test since KSEN is in the Mountain Time Zone. The test ends just as time changes.

We thank Todd Clark for getting the season off to a great start.

QSL INFORMATION

At the station’s request, the Courtesy Program Committee will be responsible for verifying reception reports and issuing QSLs. All reception reports should be emailed to:

dx@highnoonfilm.com <mailto:dx@highnoonfilm.com>

The new QSL rules for CPC-coordinated tests will be in effect for this test. Please read them carefully.


NEW QSL RULES FOR THE 2022-2023 SEASON

DX Tests are arranged by the Courtesy Program Committee of the National Radio Club (NRC) and the International Radio Club of America (IRCA.) Both clubs offer low-cost, online-only memberships. It is appropriate that those seeking QSLs should support the clubs financially. Please indicate in your request which club you are a member of. It may improve the response time for your QSL.

QSL requests for DX Tests where the CPC will issue QSLs must be received within 30 days of the test.

A brief recording of at least two (2) minutes must be submitted. .MP3, .wav, or .MP4 video formats accepted. No written reports unless accompanied by a recording.

No remote receivers (Internet-based) will be accepted for QSLs. The exceptions to this rule are as follows:

A.) If you constructed the remote receiver, maintained it, or contributed money towards those purposes, you may use it to submit reception reports. Examples would be DXers who built remote receivers in low-noise locations but operate from home.

B.) Internet-based receivers you don’t own are only acceptable if they are more than 500 miles from the transmitter of the test station. You must fully disclose which receiver was used, including its URL. If the owner is known, please provide their name so they may receive credit. Include the distance of the receiver in miles from the transmitter site.

C.) Only one QSL will be issued per DXer, even if they operate multiple remote receiver sites or use more than one remote receiver at distances of 500 miles to receive the station.

QSLs will be issued only after the conclusion of the 2022-2023 DX Season. Generally, this will occur in April. We will send out group emails when QSLs are issued.

Unpaid volunteers perform all work in verifying reports and sending you a QSL. We all have jobs, spouses, kids, and lives. Be patient. Be nice.

73,

Les Rayburn, N1LF
les@highnoonfilm.com <mailto:les@highnoonfilm.com>
121 Mayfair Park
Maylene, AL 35114
EM63nf

NRC & IRCA Courtesy Program Committee Chairman
Member WTFDA, MWC

Perseus SDR, AirSpy + Discovery, SDRPlay RSP Duo, Sony XDR-F1HD [XDR Guy Modified], Korner 9.2 Antenna, FM-6 Antenna, Kitz Technologies KT-501 Pre-amps, Quantum Phaser, Wellbrook ALA1530 Loop, Wellbrook Flag, Clifton Labs Active Whip.

“Nothing but blues and Elvis, and somebody else’s favorite song…”

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Asian DX Review - Volume 40 - No. 577 - November 2022  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, November 01 2022

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Dear friend,

Hello friends, I’m sending you the “Asian DX Review” November 2022 Edition (Volume-40, No. 577)

Contents of ADXR November 2022 Edition:


Return of the prodigal by Sudipta Ghose ~ VU2UT ............................................. 1

Green Earth Net by Babul Gupta ~ VU3ZBG ......................................................  2

Dario Monferini by Sudipta Ghose ~ VU2UT ....................................................... 3

Uncle Bill’s Melting Pot and Radio Angela by Bill Tilford ..................................... 4 -  8

DX LOGGINGS by Babul Gupta ~ VU3ZBG ....................................................... 9 - 10

The “63rd Green and Yellow Contest -CVA” by Martin Butera ............................11- 13

QSL REVIEW by Pradip Chandra Kundu ~ VU3IOP ...........................................14 -15

FOCUS ON INDIA by Jose Jacob ~ VU2JOS .....................................................16

CURRENT WAVES by Alokesh Gupta ~ VU3BSE ............................................. 17 -31

73
Sandipan Basu Mallick
Radio Enthusiast, DXer

Indian DX Club International
GPO Box 646, Kolkata 700001, India
www. idxci.in
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