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Alaska AM DX Fri Oct 22  View Printable Version 
Saturday, October 23 2021

Some pretty good, extended time on and off with 1413 "Vesti FM" Moldova.

Had my first sighting of 1062 Turkey and it wasnt too bad.

Had Romania on 1053 and 1179. 1053 was ok in short spurts but you can
clearly hear the 3rd harmonic of my local 1kw beacon underneath.

Had Iran on 1026 and Lithuania on 1386

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RAI 0100 not in English  View Printable Version 
Friday, October 22 2021


re> Instead in Spanish

On Fridays Spanish instead.

see page 4 of download

RAE broadcasts via WRMI FL-USA at present.
0100 9395 Tue/Thur/Sat English, Wed French, Fri Spanish
0200 5800 7780 Thur English, Fri French, Wed Portuguese
0200 5800 7780 Tue/Sat Spanish
0900 9455 Tue/Thur Chinese, Sat English, Wed/Fri Japanese.
1600 7780 Mon-Thur German
2100 9395 Mon-Fri Italian - summer [only winter time 2200 UT]
2330 7780 Mon French, Tue German, Wed English
2330 7780 Thur Italian, Fri Spanish.

73 df5sx

----- Original Message -----
From: "Zach Liang" <zliangas5@gmail.com>

Sent: Friday, October 22, 2021 8:48 AM
Subject: Re: [WOR] RAI 0100 not in English

Hello this is RAE afaik
Στις Παρ, 22 Οκτ 2021 στις 4:06 π.μ., ο/η Andy Reid <awradio22@gmail.com>

RAI Argentina not in EG at sked. 01 9395. Instead in Spanish with same

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Alaska AM DX Audio Oct 21  View Printable Version 
Thursday, October 21 2021

It was an all Asian morning and pretty decent at that! CC Skywave & 5"
DeBock FSL Antenna

567kHz JOIK Sapporo, Japan at 1615UTC on Thu. Oct 21 with woman talking.
Fair to good signal. Not often heard here. 100kw at 2810 miles. Audio:

873kHz KCBS Sinuiju, North Korea at 1633UTC on Thu. Oct 21 with
instrumental North Korean music, signal held out pretty decently for over 6
minutes. 250KW 3500 miles Audio: http://bit.ly/Pyongyang873Oct21_1633utc

909kHz JOVX Abishiri, Japan at 1622UTC on Thu Oct 21 with "All Night
Nippon, heard the same program feed on JOLF 1242. Decent signal. 5KW 2699
miles. Audio: http://bit.ly/JOVX909Oct21_1622utc

981kHz CNR1 Changchun, China at 1600UTC on with station ID. Darn good
signal. 200KW 3262 miles. Audio: http://bit.ly/981ChangchungOct21_1600utc

1341kHz CRI Haudu, China at 1628UTC on Thu. Oct 21st with male and female
talking. Not a bad signal at all. 300KW at 3751 miles. Audio:
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European Champions League, live coverage of football matches via REE Noblejas shortwave  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, October 20 2021


SPAIN European Champions League on Oct 20 from 19.00 UT onwards,
live coverage of football matches via REE Noblejas shortwave

Lille OSC France vv Sevilla FC Group-G
Young Boys Berne Switzerland vv Villareal CF Group-F

on Cyprus Kiwi SDR - not on 19 and 16 mb heard on this distance
11670 S=9+10dB or -61dBm signal
11940 S=9+10dB or -63dBm

seemingly 'deep autumn' propagation condition,
only nothing or S=2-3 tiny bad signals

at end of October on 19 and 16 mb,

also different prop condition in far north Iceland Kiwi SDR
11670 S=7-8 or -83dBm signal
11940 S=5 or -94dBm
15520 S=3 or -110dBm
17855 S=5 or -96dBm

and in Maine state in NoAm north-eastern US coastline
11670 S=7 or -85dBm signal
11940 S=9 or -71dBm
15520 S=7-8 or -82dBm
17855 S=9 or -74dBm

73 wolfy df5sx
wwdxc germany

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Fun & Games at HFCC B-21  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, October 20 2021

Looking at projected B-21 skeds from Oct 31 now available from HFCC:

** ALASKA. KNLS B-21 English, FWIW in HFCC, tho abrupt changes happen:
08-09 6075, 10-11 9680, 12-13 9580 9625, 14-15 6110

** ALGERIA. TDA mixes in real schedules via FRANCE with extensive
imaginary 24h schedules via own sites Ourgla and Bechar, possibly
still under construxion?

** ANGUILLA. Did you know there is a broadcaster called ``Plummer
Applications``? 6090 & 11775 ex-Caribbean Beacon have been gone for
years but DOCTOR Jerry Plummer of WWCR must still think he`s the
frequency manager, on the payroll of PMS:

** BRAZIL. This country has been totally AWOL from HFCC, not even RNA,
but B-21 has a place for R. Inconfidência complete with accents!
Except there are no entries for this 6010v & 15190v station; a thing
to come?

** INDONESIA. Perhaps the greatest laughingstock is RRI which keeps
registering a huge totally imaginary schedule for external and
domestic transmitters, all in English! Including the only one which
exists, 3325, but for only one hour at 02-03 and as from Playa de
Pals, long-abandoned R. Liberty site in SPAIN, complete with its
coördinates! Really should be Palangkaraya, of course:

** MALAYSIA. RTM keeps on the books five long-gone imaginary
frequencies along with two more-or-less active ones:

** POLAND. Here`s an interesting new entry, not yet active?
SPW Radio Warsaw - Transatlantic Radio Station Cul [sic].
10 kW ND from Babice, 07-10 on 7430, 07-13 on 7415

** RUSSIA. The once-great R. Russia [sic] is shown with two Moskva and
one Khabarovsk frequency; maybe worth checking for DRM or something?

But also a huge totally imaginary sked for Voice of Russia:
Wow, we`re so impressed by this major broadcaster!

** SPAIN. Would you believe that REE is 100% in Spanish?
Whew, 9690 is coming back for North America

** THAILAND. HSK9 B-21 sked shows the `traditional` times for English
rather than 30 minutes earlier as recently monitored. Mistake? Which?

** U S A. We see that WBCQ is supposed to be on 5130 for 24 hours,
even tho it was abandoned months ago in favor of 4790, and AW has said
he`s not going back to 5130. They must have forgot that when
registering; or changed the plan?

** U S A. Would you believe that WHRI is still registered B-21 for an
extensive schedule despite being totally off the air and for sale?
Probably just copied from a previous season, when known as LeSEA:

** U S A. Same old frequencies for WRMI Okeechobee, but note the other
site, Issoudun for certain target/clandestines not specified. And
besides 9490 for R. República, an alternate appears, 7225 from France,
which would violate the exclusive 40m hamband in Americas. But not
until 1 March which is not a time change date

** U S A. WRNO still registered for an imaginary daytime frequency
15590 at 16-22, and much longer hours on 7505, 22-16, which is
sometimes on air at 01-04 only:

** U S A. Needlessly complex WWCR sked on same old frequencies except:
12180 at 12-24, also 12160 at 15-21 both on 85-degree antenna.
Possible alternate?

** VANUATU. VBT shows a neat schedule on four non-overlapping
frequencies at 01-24: 7260, 3945, 2485, 3945; and also 5040 at 20-23
only, which is apparently its only active frequency currently at any

** VATICAN. International Radio for Disaster Relief is still
registering 24/7 schedules on one frequency in every band 11 to 50
meters, all as if from SMG, surely place-holders; despite never having
done anything for all the disasters we have been suffering:
O, each noted as: ``!IRDR! Dummy Req.`` OK! LOTS more dummies above
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
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