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Ramadan  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 26 2017

HCDX
Good signal in Azeri at 2200 on 7315 over weak CNR-2
Weak to fair signal in Arabic at 2200 on 9630 in Arabic


2017-05-26 20:47 GMT+00:00 Wolfgang Bueschel <dg1sbn@t-online.de>:

> Additional transmissions of VIRI IRIB for Ramazan, May 27-June 28,
> 1930-2300 7315 SIR 500 kW 336 deg to CeAS Azeri <<<<<<<<<<<<<
> 2200-0100 9630 SIR 500 kW 198 deg to NE/ME Arabic, alt.9810
> 2300-0300 7410 SIR 500 kW 336 deg to CeAS Azeri
> 2330-0030 7285 SIR 500 kW 320 deg to NE/ME Kurdish
> 0030-0130 9760 SIR 500 kW 310 deg to NE/ME Turkish, alt 9810
> (Bulgarian DX blog via DXLD 17-20)
>
>
> 7315.005 kHz, now on May 26 at 20.20 UT IRIB Sirjan site to Azerbaijan
> Arabic HQ prayer S=9+30dB, heard in Doha Qatar,
> but stronger in southern Germany S=9+40dB strength,
> in Liverpol England and Netherlands remote installations even S=9+30dB.
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> 73 wb.
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73!
Ivo Ivanov

*QTH*: Sofia, Bulgaria
*Equipment*: Sony ICF-2001D 30 m. long wire
*Web: *http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/
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Ramadan  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 26 2017

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Additional transmissions of VIRI IRIB for Ramazan, May 27-June 28,
1930-2300 7315 SIR 500 kW 336 deg to CeAS Azeri <<<<<<<<<<<<<
2200-0100 9630 SIR 500 kW 198 deg to NE/ME Arabic, alt.9810
2300-0300 7410 SIR 500 kW 336 deg to CeAS Azeri
2330-0030 7285 SIR 500 kW 320 deg to NE/ME Kurdish
0030-0130 9760 SIR 500 kW 310 deg to NE/ME Turkish, alt 9810
(Bulgarian DX blog via DXLD 17-20)


7315.005 kHz, now on May 26 at 20.20 UT IRIB Sirjan site to Azerbaijan
Arabic HQ prayer S=9+30dB, heard in Doha Qatar,
but stronger in southern Germany S=9+40dB strength,
in Liverpol England and Netherlands remote installations even S=9+30dB.

73 wb.

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TIP: Writing Reception Reports  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 26 2017

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I agre with this good idea .I have used shazam for several hours to identify some FM radio playlists but immdateyl after i removed it since my smartphone has a very limited free RAM that caused all programs to delay from starting and running.
I recomend this idea to anyone.Just ten seconds are enough to identify a good fidelity song.
Reception reports require several minutes of wired recording mostly for QRM and QSB reasons suposedly necesary information to radio stations.

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On Fri, 5/26/17, Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@gmail.com> wrote:

Subject: [HCDX] TIP: Writing Reception Reports
To: "NASWA" <NASWA@yahoogroups.com>, primetimeshortwave@yahoogroups.com, "ODXA yg" <odxa@yahoogroups.com>, "badx@yahoogroups.com" <badx@yahoogroups.com>, "CIDX" <cidxclub@yahoogroups.com>, "Short-Wave radio Listening" <swl@mailman.qth.net>, "Hard-Core-DX" <Hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Date: Friday, May 26, 2017, 5:44 PM

PRO TIP FOR WRITING RECEPTION REPORTS: If you
listen to Shortwave stations
that play music, like Radio Kuwait
15540khz and Radio Oman 15140khz,
download Soundhound and Shazam on your
smartphone or tablet device.

Why? Stations like Oman and Kuwait play
alot of pop/current music that I
bet a fair amount of us DX'er have no
clue of regarding title or artist and
these two apps will identify those
songs for you!

All you have to do is play hold the
phone up to the speaker during live
reception or play back of recorded
audio and it will identify it.

I suggest both apps, as it seems Shazam
is a bit better with
weaker/crappier audio then Soundhound.

Even if you don't record audio like I
do, if you hold up your phone to the
radio speaker, it'll identify the song
in a matter of seconds.

This is really handy, especially for
those who don't have the ability to
record, because including a playlist in
your reception report is vital for
stations to check against their
programming logs to verify your report.
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TIP: Writing Reception Reports  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 26 2017

HCDX
Thanks for the tip !!
...And then there are the stations which won't qsl no matter what we send
or how hard we try. Despite all the improvements in technology, some statio
ns won't budge...a whole book could be written about that.
Thanks again,
73's
John


In a message dated 5/26/2017 10:44:41 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
badx@yahoogroups.com writes:






PRO TIP FOR WRITING RECEPTION REPORTS: If you listen to Shortwave stations
that play music, like Radio Kuwait 15540khz and Radio Oman 15140khz,
download Soundhound and Shazam on your smartphone or tablet device.


Wh y? Stations like Oman and Kuwait play alot of pop/current music that I
bet a fair amount of us DX'er have no clue of regarding title or artist and
these two apps will identify those songs for you!


All you have to do is play hold the phone up to the speaker during live
reception or play back of recorded audio and it will identify it.


I suggest both apps, as it seems Shazam is a bit better with
weaker/crappier audio then Soundhound.


Even if you don't record audio like I do, if you hold up your phone to the
radio speaker, it'll identify the song in a matter of seconds.


This is really handy, especially for those who don't have the ability to
record, because including a playlist in your reception report is vital for
stations to check against their programming logs to verify your report.

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TIP: Writing Reception Reports  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 26 2017

HCDX
ive just learned over time what seems to help me, and want to pass it
along.

On Fri, May 26, 2017 at 11:53 AM, Harmpman@aol.com [badx] <
badx@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

>
>
> Thanks for the tip !!
> ...And then there are the stations which won't qsl no matter what we send
> or how hard we try. Despite all the improvements in technology, some
> stations won't budge...a whole book could be written about that.
> Thanks again,
> 73's
> John
>
> In a message dated 5/26/2017 10:44:41 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> badx@yahoogroups.com writes:
>
>
>
> PRO TIP FOR WRITING RECEPTION REPORTS: If you listen to Shortwave stations
> that play music, like Radio Kuwait 15540khz and Radio Oman 15140khz,
> download Soundhound and Shazam on your smartphone or tablet device.
>
> Wh y? Stations like Oman and Kuwait play alot of pop/current music that I
> bet a fair amount of us DX'er have no clue of regarding title or artist and
> these two apps will identify those songs for you!
>
> All you have to do is play hold the phone up to the speaker during live
> reception or play back of recorded audio and it will identify it.
>
> I suggest both apps, as it seems Shazam is a bit better with
> weaker/crappier audio then Soundhound.
>
> Even if you don't record audio like I do, if you hold up your phone to the
> radio speaker, it'll identify the song in a matter of seconds.
>
> This is really handy, especially for those who don't have the ability to
> record, because including a playlist in your reception report is vital for
> stations to check against their programming logs to verify your report.
>
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