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Solomon Islands 5020  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 14 2022

HCDX


log of March 14
5019.998 SLM checked against WWV standard fq aligned, SIBC long female
voice talk, noted in Alberta CAN, selected Perseus server ant
switch to "20dB" selection at 07.29 UT, S=4-5 or -98dBm.

5024.997 CUB R Rebelde Bauta, singer program of "Corazon", S=9+10dB in
Alberta at 07.05 UT on March 14.

4839.997 USA WWCR Nashville TN, rather (religious?) heavy pop mx,
not TOM BS px, S=9+20dB strength at 07.14 UT.

4885.026 BRA RadioClube do Para, Belem PA, at 07.25 UT, signal via
shortwave HF some 9 seconds faster, than internet live player
behind
of mediumwave AM690 kHz via <radioclube.dol.com.br/aovivo/#>

log of March 13
15030.004 IND AIR Bangalore 500 kW beast unit scheduled in Dari at
14.20 UT on March 13, S=9 in western Europe, rather
Indian subcontinen hard-rock-mx-mix.
15140even CUB RHC Bauta in Spanish, rather much tiny signal in Europe,
S=3 or -107dBm at 14.30 UT on March 13.
15300.004 F__ Rather one of the faulty 100 kW units via TDF Issoudun
site, BVBN via MBR FMO, via Issoudun in Nuer language to Horn
of Africa. Poor sidelobe of S=5 or -100dBm in short distance.
15704.869 CLN/SLK AWR via SLBC Trincomalee sw site bcast center on
Ceylon island, AWR Chinese at 14-15 UT. 3rd tx unit at Trinco
with fq oddly on the lower side flank.
15730even BBC London via ENC Woofferton UK bcast site, at 14.40 UT on
March 13, S=6-7 fluttery signal (on nearby western Germany
distance), but mostly S=9+15dB or -67dBm signal strength
further easterly in Vladimir Russia's invasion area in
Ukraine, and further behind in Siberian Russia soil up to
Chabarovsk Far East. {March 13 not on 15735 kHz}

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews March 13 - 14)


From: "Wolfgang Bueschel" <>
Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2022 12:00 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] Monitoring Radio Nacional de Angola



ANGOLA [not confirmed their audio]
Under threshold signal, in Europe and also in South Africa
via Kiwi server at
http://kiwisdr.r7d.xyz:8073/

4949.723 kHz tiny string of -116dBm at 22.50 UT March 12.


73 wb df5sx

----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel" >


Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2022 7:12 PM
Subject: Re: [WOR] Solomon Islands 5020


re 5020 kHz channel totally digital covered.

At 18 UT one of the Vladimir's wartime digital 8 kHz signal heard and
visible is noted properly on 5016 to 5024 kHz range, unfortunatelly.
73 wolfi df5sx

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Howard" <ron888howard@gmail.com>


Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2022 6:50 PM
Subject: Re: [WOR] Solomon Islands 5020
Hi Sam,
Yes indeed! SIBC (5020) with better than usual audio level. 1158 UT, with
the normal "evening devotional";
1201-1203, usual ID followed by National Anthem. Thought the xmtr might be
turned off after NA, but went
to non-stop music; unable to confirm if a Wantok FM relay or just SIBC
programming; still on the air at 1240..
Ron - Asilomar State Beach, Calif. (near Monterey)
Etón E1; external antenna of 100 ft. long wire

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Shortwaves for Freedom press release, 13 March, with transmission sked  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 13 2022

HCDX

Of course, we knew 9370 until 1900 is USAGM - Thailand, which means it has to be somewhere else after 1900. In HFCC parlance, RTC as an FMO refers to PR of China, which seems unlikely for this! Glenn Hauser


On Sunday, March 13, 2022, 11:30:24 PM GMT+1, Wolfgang Bueschel <dg1sbn@t-online.de> wrote:


most of these bcast are veiled in US RMS logs

2022-03-12 20:34:08 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI

2022-03-13 17:34:52 capture: AM 7610 (XXX) RTC VARI

2022-03-13 18:34:52 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC RU

2022-03-13 19:03:02 capture: AM 5945 (TBD) CME VARI
2022-03-13 19:04:08 capture: AM 5830 (xxx) NOR VARI
2022-03-13 19:04:30 capture: AM 9370 (XXX) RTC RU
2022-03-13 19:04:52 capture: AM 5840 (XXX) RTC RU
2022-03-13 19:05:14 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI

2022-03-13 20:04:08 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI
2022-03-13 20:34:08 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI


and 24 hrs PGTRK Tiraspol via Grigoriopol Maiac Pridnestrovie
2022-03-13 13:33:24 capture: AM 621 (GRI) MDA MULT


----- Original Message -----
From: "Arthur Pozner" <aspozner@gmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2022 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [WOR] Shortwaves for Freedom press release, 13 March, with
transmission sked

9370 kHz is a VOA channel in Pashto relayed at Udon Thani.13:00-19:00 UTC.

On Sun, Mar 13, 2022 at 11:30 AM Glenn Hauser via groups.io <wghauser=
yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

> Why aren`t they revealing transmitter sites, obviously not all WRMI. 1395
> is surely the 500 kW in Armenia; but 9370? Maybe too. Glenn
> On Sunday, March 13, 2022, 04:21:42 PM GMT+1, kd9xb via groups.io
> <kimelli=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
>
> Crowdfunding Effort Transmits VOA, RFE/RL Programs to Russia, Ukraine
> March 13, 2022
> Contact: Kate Neiswender, Esq.
> ShortwaveFreedom@gmail.com
> +1 (213)-457-3488
>
> A week-old grassroots crowdfunding campaign, Shortwaves for Freedom, is
> launching additional radio broadcasts this week to Russia, Belarus,
> Ukraine
> and other parts of Eastern Europe to provide critical information from
> Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty programs.

> “We quickly raised enough money from our online appeal to start funding
> transmissions on Tuesday to the region from a private FCC-licensed
> shortwave station in Florida and from Monday, March 14th, we will expand
> broadcasts from commercial stations outside the United States,” said Kate
> Neiswender, a California lawyer and spokesperson for the campaign. [
> https://fundrazr.com/radiowaves ]

> Shortwaves for Freedom, with now more than a total of $ 10,000 in
> contributions from individual donors in the United States, Canada and
> other
> countries, is paying commercial broadcasters to air transmissions of the
> Russian and English language programs of VOA and RFE/RL. It plans to also
> fund Ukrainian language programs soon to reach Ukrainians, many now
> without
> electricity in their own country, as well as those who have taken refuge
> in
> Moldova, Poland and other countries.

> The unprecedented campaign is not affiliated with VOA and RFE/RL or their
> parent organization, the United States Agency for Global Media.

> “We hope USAGM will realize the dire need for radio broadcasts at a time
> of war when millions of people have been cut off from the internet and
> credible TV news due to censorship by Russia, the destruction of
> infrastructure and their homes,” said Neiswender. “Until the U.S.
> government decides to adequately return to radio – both shortwave and
> mediumwave (known as ‘AM radio’) – we will fund transmissions as long as
> we
> have money.”

> The additional transmitters to be utilized from Monday “will put a
> stronger shortwave signal into the target region and add medium wave,”
> said
> Gerhard Straub, the former director of USAGM’s Broadcast Technologies
> Division, who is among those providing expert advice to Shortwaves for
> Freedom.
>
> “In times of crisis if the content is compelling, the audience will go
> where they know the information is,” Straub said, addressing the question
> of radio’s ability to help effectively counter the Kremlin’s obstruction
> of
> outside media.

> Reception of the initial broadcasts from Florida have been confirmed in
> the targeted countries.

> The initial broadcasts that commenced over the past week will continue
> from WRMI (Radio Miami International), utilizing 100,000-watt transmitters
> beaming to Eastern Europe.

> Here is the daily schedule [7x/week unless noted] from March 14 being
> funded by Shortwaves for Freedom:

> (UTC is +4 hours EDT):
> 02:00-04:00 UTC Radio Svoboda (RFE/RL Russian) 7780 kHz
> 18:00-19:00 UTC Radio Svoboda 1395 kHz MW
> 19:00-20:00 UTC Radio Svoboda 9370 kHz
>
> 19:30-20:00* UTC ‘Flashpoint Ukraine’ (VOA English) 15770 kHz
> (* Monday-Friday)

> Shortwaves for Freedom is not affiliated with any government, political,
> corporation organization or any special-interest group. One hundred
> percent
> of funds received by the group go to pay for broadcast transmissions.



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Shortwaves for Freedom press release, 13 March, with transmission sked  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 13 2022

HCDX


most of these bcast are veiled in US RMS logs

2022-03-12 20:34:08 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI

2022-03-13 17:34:52 capture: AM 7610 (XXX) RTC VARI

2022-03-13 18:34:52 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC RU

2022-03-13 19:03:02 capture: AM 5945 (TBD) CME VARI
2022-03-13 19:04:08 capture: AM 5830 (xxx) NOR VARI
2022-03-13 19:04:30 capture: AM 9370 (XXX) RTC RU
2022-03-13 19:04:52 capture: AM 5840 (XXX) RTC RU
2022-03-13 19:05:14 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI

2022-03-13 20:04:08 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI
2022-03-13 20:34:08 capture: AM 1395 (XXX) RTC VARI


and 24 hrs PGTRK Tiraspol via Grigoriopol Maiac Pridnestrovie
2022-03-13 13:33:24 capture: AM 621 (GRI) MDA MULT


----- Original Message -----
From: "Arthur Pozner" <aspozner@gmail.com>


Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2022 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [WOR] Shortwaves for Freedom press release, 13 March, with
transmission sked

9370 kHz is a VOA channel in Pashto relayed at Udon Thani.13:00-19:00 UTC.

On Sun, Mar 13, 2022 at 11:30 AM Glenn Hauser via groups.io <wghauser=
yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:


Why aren`t they revealing transmitter sites, obviously not all WRMI. 1395
is surely the 500 kW in Armenia; but 9370? Maybe too. Glenn
On Sunday, March 13, 2022, 04:21:42 PM GMT+1, kd9xb via groups.io
<kimelli=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:

Crowdfunding Effort Transmits VOA, RFE/RL Programs to Russia, Ukraine
March 13, 2022
Contact: Kate Neiswender, Esq.
ShortwaveFreedom@gmail.com
+1 (213)-457-3488

A week-old grassroots crowdfunding campaign, Shortwaves for Freedom, is
launching additional radio broadcasts this week to Russia, Belarus,
Ukraine
and other parts of Eastern Europe to provide critical information from
Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty programs.


“We quickly raised enough money from our online appeal to start funding
transmissions on Tuesday to the region from a private FCC-licensed
shortwave station in Florida and from Monday, March 14th, we will expand
broadcasts from commercial stations outside the United States,” said Kate
Neiswender, a California lawyer and spokesperson for the campaign. [
https://fundrazr.com/radiowaves ]


Shortwaves for Freedom, with now more than a total of $ 10,000 in
contributions from individual donors in the United States, Canada and
other
countries, is paying commercial broadcasters to air transmissions of the
Russian and English language programs of VOA and RFE/RL. It plans to also
fund Ukrainian language programs soon to reach Ukrainians, many now
without
electricity in their own country, as well as those who have taken refuge
in
Moldova, Poland and other countries.


The unprecedented campaign is not affiliated with VOA and RFE/RL or their
parent organization, the United States Agency for Global Media.


“We hope USAGM will realize the dire need for radio broadcasts at a time
of war when millions of people have been cut off from the internet and
credible TV news due to censorship by Russia, the destruction of
infrastructure and their homes,” said Neiswender. “Until the U.S.
government decides to adequately return to radio – both shortwave and
mediumwave (known as ‘AM radio’) – we will fund transmissions as long as
we
have money.”


The additional transmitters to be utilized from Monday “will put a
stronger shortwave signal into the target region and add medium wave,”
said
Gerhard Straub, the former director of USAGM’s Broadcast Technologies
Division, who is among those providing expert advice to Shortwaves for
Freedom.

“In times of crisis if the content is compelling, the audience will go
where they know the information is,” Straub said, addressing the question
of radio’s ability to help effectively counter the Kremlin’s obstruction
of
outside media.


Reception of the initial broadcasts from Florida have been confirmed in
the targeted countries.


The initial broadcasts that commenced over the past week will continue
from WRMI (Radio Miami International), utilizing 100,000-watt transmitters
beaming to Eastern Europe.


Here is the daily schedule [7x/week unless noted] from March 14 being
funded by Shortwaves for Freedom:


(UTC is +4 hours EDT):
02:00-04:00 UTC Radio Svoboda (RFE/RL Russian) 7780 kHz
18:00-19:00 UTC Radio Svoboda 1395 kHz MW
19:00-20:00 UTC Radio Svoboda 9370 kHz

19:30-20:00* UTC ‘Flashpoint Ukraine’ (VOA English) 15770 kHz
(* Monday-Friday)


Shortwaves for Freedom is not affiliated with any government, political,
corporation organization or any special-interest group. One hundred
percent
of funds received by the group go to pay for broadcast transmissions.

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Focus on Ukraine CIDXC updates post  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 13 2022

HCDX
Hello
Here is my update on the original  web post by the Canadian International DX Club, with all updates or omissions i know  since 9.3 All additions are noticed with  blue text
If there is any problem please let me know Also please advise me your opinions about this note

https://www.evernote.com/shard/s448/sh/2cd49e6d-9806-c8c4-c375-82b99c185a79/187440469f10e77206f70bbfc1964e3a
I hope to do as many updattes as possible


Netting on the band instead of lone listening?
https://zachs-radiopage.blogspot.com/2021/01/sdr-pc-advantages-over-standard.html


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Solomon Islands 5020  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 13 2022

HCDX


re 5020 kHz channel totally digital covered.

At 18 UT one of the Vladimir's wartime digital 8 kHz signal heard and
visible is noted properly on 5016 to 5024 kHz range, unfortunatelly.
73 wolfi df5sx

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Howard" <ron888howard@gmail.com>


Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2022 6:50 PM
Subject: Re: [WOR] Solomon Islands 5020
Hi Sam,
Yes indeed! SIBC (5020) with better than usual audio level. 1158 UT, with
the normal "evening devotional";
1201-1203, usual ID followed by National Anthem. Thought the xmtr might be
turned off after NA, but went
to non-stop music; unable to confirm if a Wantok FM relay or just SIBC
programming; still on the air at 1240..
Ron - Asilomar State Beach, Calif. (near Monterey)
Etón E1; external antenna of 100 ft. long wire

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