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Fw: Changes and Updates for VORW Radio International - Newsletter 5  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, August 15 2017

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Manuel MÃndez
Lugo, Spain

De: "VORW Info" <vorwinfo@gmail.com>
Para: "VORW Info" <vorwinfo@gmail.com>
Enviado: 12/08/2017 13:11:16
Asunto: Changes and Updates for VORW Radio International - Newsletter 5

Dear VORW Radio Listeners,

Since the last newsletter, there are several changes and updates to
announce for VORW Radio International.

Broadcasts directed to Europe have now fully resumed after multiple
requests from listeners in the region. Transmissions to Europe take
place every Sunday at 1600 UTC - that's 12 PM Eastern, 5 PM BST. The
frequency to listen on is 9400 kHz which is transmitted with 150 kW of
power from Bulgaria. This transmission may also be audible in North
Africa, the Middle East and portions of Central Asia. Reception reports
for broadcasts on 9400 kHz are greatly encouraged!

Here is the Transmission Schedule:

Thursdays:

6 PM Eastern - 11 PM BST - 9955 kHz to South America
8 PM Eastern - 1 AM BST - 7490 kHz to North America
8 PM Eastern - 1 AM BST - 9395 kHz to North America
8 PM Eastern - 1 AM BST - 7730 kHz to Western North America
8 PM Eastern - 1 AM BST - 9455 kHz to Central America

Sundays:

12 PM Eastern - 5 PM BST - 9400 kHz to Europe
4 PM Eastern - 9 PM BST - 9395 kHz to Eastern North America
6 PM Eastern - 11 PM BST - 7490 kHz to Eastern North America

You may also be able to hear VORW Radio International on Tunein Radio at
8 PM every Thursday and 6 PM every Sunday at:

https://beta.tunein.com/radio/The-Planet-7490-s24829/

For more information on ways to listen without a shortwave radio, please
reply to this email with inquiries.

If you are interested in obtaining VORW Radio International merchandise
(T-Shirts, Hoodies, Stickers or Coffee Mugs) you may now obtain them
from our Teespring store,
https://teespring.com/stores/thereportoftheweek

VORW Radio International is a light entertainment program featuring a
mixture of commentary and listener-requested music of all genres.

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1089/1090 Het  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, August 15 2017

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Here in NW PA, I'm getting a nice loud whine against WBAL, presumably from
Talk Sport 1089 in the U.K.
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Radio Kuwait 13650kHz DRM Arabic  View Printable Version 
Monday, August 14 2017

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This is Radio Kuwait's 13650khz DRM service in Arabic. No matter what way I
point my antenna or fiddle with my antenna tuner, I don't get a good lock
at all. In fact, this is the best lock I've had in 2 weeks. Most times "DRM
Service A" text" shows up the display, but audio never plays and goes back
to "Tuning" then it repeats this cycle over and over.

far far Northwestern Pennsylvania with a Gospell GR216 radio, EmTech M2
Antenna tuner, DXEngineering HF PreAmp, Par Electronics AM Broadcast band
filter, 25 foot long by 10 foot tall Volleyball net magnetic loop antenna
connected to a Wellbrook ALA100LN

And yes, the EmTech Zm2 antenna tuner really does help and I can prove it.
It was originally intended for QRP Ham uses, but it makes a random length
long wire a bit more resonant at a given frequency, so in the case of SW
Listening, the signal is a bit stronger and less fading occurs.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0snm-xpngE1STFKaHZXVmtZS2M
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My listening post gave me a good laugh today!  View Printable Version 
Monday, August 14 2017

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My listening post gave me a good laugh earlier today. Patio table with
umbrella .. the antenna is a rectangle shape between those two speaker
stands with PVC pipe on them in my neighbors yard and driveway

Here's a picture of the antenna:

https://imgur.com/gallery/FIRca

I can see my listening post from my apartment 150 feet away no matter what
window I look out of.

I was in the kitchen making breakfast today and one lady was walking by,
saw the speaker stands... and stopped and looked... and I could see the
look on her face.... clear bewilderment, confusion and OH MY GOSH, what is
this contraption look on her face


She was gone by the time I walked downstairs and went outside
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Re: India eve of Independence Day special Aug 14  View Printable Version 
Monday, August 14 2017

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at Delhi India remote SDR heard 1630-1645 UT, Aug 14.

4835 Gangtok low modulated, S=6-7 -83dBm
4809.997 Bhopal S=9+25dB
4910.003 Jaipur S=9+30dB, low modulated.
4920.001 Chennai S=9+15dB
4950.011 Srinagar, S=9+20dB low modulated.
4970.016 Shillong low like Gangtok at 1643 UT S=8 or -79dBm.

4884.998 KOR S=7 or -82dBm
China in Chinese 4800 and 4820 kHz.
China in English 4905 kHz S=9+15dB, 16-17 UT

73 wb


----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Howard ron888howard@gmail.com [dxld]"
Sent: Monday, August 14, 2017 7:32 AM


Subject: [dxld] Re: India eve of Independence Day special Aug 14


List of AIR stations to monitor Aug 14, from 1330+ UT,
when president of India will address the nation; first
given in English and repeated again in Hindi; list per
Alokesh Gupta, New Delhi, in dx_india yg via DXLD.

4760 Leh *[Have been unable to hear this one - Ron]*
4760 Port Blair *[Can be heard if conditions are right - Ron]*
4800 Hyderabad *[CNR1 QRM - Ron]*
4810 Bhopal
4835 Gangtok (Irregular) *[Believe fairly regular now - Ron]*
4895 Kurseong ? *[Mongolia off the air Aug 13. Will they be back on the
14th? - Ron]*
4910 Jaipur
4920 Chennai *[Tibet QRM - Ron]*
4950 Srinagar (Irregular)* [Often heard now - Ron]*
4970 Shillong *[Fairly strong - Ron]*
5010 Thiruvananthapuram (Irregular) *[Have not had audio here recently -
Ron]*
5040 Jeypore *[Fairly strong - Ron]*
*[5050 Aizawl - not heard for some time now - Ron]*
9380 Aligarh
9865 Bangalore

? = Off air lately *[Yes - Ron]*

Ron
California

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