Hard-Core-DX.com - Probably the best DX site in the world Sep 18, 2021, 10:27:33 UTC  
Calendar  | Subscribe to our Mailing List  | Search our site & web  | Polls  | About  | Antenna Books  | Archives  | Copyright  | Hard-Core-DX store  | Radio Books  | Write To Us
Be first -- subscribe!
Get all DX news directly to your email inbox.
Subscribe to the HCDX mailing list

HCDX Channels
Front page
DX News
Logs


Special:
Antennas
DX Lab

Latin America:
Andes DX

Partner Channels
QSL News
Clandestine Radio
Russian DX
Shortwave Bulletin
Signal DX
World of Radio

Medium wave:
IRCA

In Finnish:
Suomi DX
DX Usenet

In French:
DX Philately

In German:
A-DX

In Italian:
BCLNews
Radioascolto
FMDX Italy

In Portuguese:
@tividade DX

In Russian:
Русь-DX
Сигнал

In Spanish:
Conexion Digital

Radio Stations:
SWR Radio News


Do you want to have your
own HCDX Channel?

We would like to see
your channel here.
Please email to
HCDX Staff


HCDX Online Log
The latest logs on
HCDX Online Log
Add yours as well!

DXing Events
There are no upcoming events




Glenn Hauser logs August 21, 2021  View Printable Version 
Sunday, August 22 2021

Hauser
** ANTARCTICA. 15475.98-RCUSB, Aug 21 at 1455 check via two Brasil
SDRs, still no signal this Saturday from LRA36. Someone in Moskva has
been listening for an hour upon whom I camp (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 6100, Aug 21 at 0345, RHC with jazz, // Spanish service 9710.
Nothing on 6060 where this is supposed to be, 6100 not turned on until
English at 0500. Now there is heavy ACI from Japan via FRANCE on 6105
scheduled until 0400. Aoki shows RHC starting 6100 English at 0400:
could happen, but not supposed to. At 0345 RHC English is properly on
6000 & 6165. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 7157, 7215, 7335 and stronger 7375, Aug 21 at 0610, Cuban
pulse jammings against nothings (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** ERITREA. 7140, Aug 21 at 0347, JBA carrier presumed VOBME, but
nothing on the other VOBME program 7180 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** ROMANIA. 9850, Aug 21 at 0350, RRI English is S8/9+10 unusually
with heavy flutter (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2100 monitoring: confirmed Sat Aug
21 after 1600 on WRN webcast of N American service.

Also confirmed Sat Aug 21 from 1800 on IRRS Shortwave via AM Italia,
918 kHz into nearby Noale SDR; and 6 seconds later via Romania 7290
into UTwente SDR. Before that as usual: 7290 from 1757 tune-in with
weak S6 Chinese station audible on LSB, while USB has that warbling.
S9+30 IRRS open carrier on at *1757.7, still warbling unless LSB
tuning. 918 cuts from another program to Aïda theme about 1758.8,
S9+25; while 7290 JIP a minute later about 1759.8.

Also confirmed Sat Aug 21 from 1932 on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, Wentzville MO,
VG steady S9 into nearby Warrenton SDR. Next:

0030 UT Sunday WRMI 5950
0300vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315; as late as 0430]
2000 UT Sunday IRRS 918-Italy
2230 UT Sunday WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE
0030 UT Monday WRMI 7730 to WNW
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE, 5800 to SSE
0300vUT Sunday WBCQ 6160v Area 51 to WSW
1030 UT Wednesday WRMI 5850 to NW
2100 UT Wednesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 5010 to S

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

Our non-commercial broadcasts and website depend on voluntary
support; via PayPal, not necessarily in US funds, to
woradio at yahoo.com

One may also contribute by MO or check in US funds on a US bank to:
Glenn Hauser, Box 1684, Enid OK 73702 USA (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 9455, Aug 21 at 2322, WRMI-5 finally back on air after at
least 10 days silence - music during TOMBS moan-n-groan hour // 9980
WWCR. Poor only S7/S9 vs storm noise from next county, weaker than
9395 WRMI with othermusic (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. 6885, Aug 21 at 0343, JBA carrier, probably a pirate.
But nothing reported now nor recently in HF Underground (Glenn Hauser,
OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 2348 UT August 21

 

Glenn Hauser logs August 20-21, 2021  View Printable Version 
Saturday, August 21 2021

Hauser
** FRANCE [non]. 7780 & 5800, UT Sat Aug 21 at 0200, another TRSW
Europirate relay hour courtesy of TRSW via WRMIs: Atlantic 2000,
alternating announcements in English and French, start with Beatles,
and Born In The USA, but finally at 0210 a French cover of Sinatra`s
My Way. Then the original. Everything pop/rock so far; is there any
other genre? This one does not know about 7780 either, opener just
announcing 5800, but 7780 is better here via remote in Maryland (Glenn
Hauser, OK, WOR)

** NORTH AMERICA. 6935-USB, Aug 20 at 0555 final check, pirate Radio
Genix is still running late; continued from previous report from 0412
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2100 monitoring: confirmed Friday
August 20 at 2030.5 on IRRS SW via Italia AM 918 kHz, VG S9+33 steady
into Noale SDR nearby; previous American talkshow about credit/debt
was chopped off by 2030.0 for ID and then WOR.

Also confirmed UT Sat Aug 21 at 0130 on WRMI 9395 VG into Maine SDR
S9/+10. This time a WRMI ID inserted after Argentina before WOR.
Next:

1801 UT Saturday IRRS 7290-Bulgaria to WNW, 918-Italy
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
0030 UT Sunday WRMI 5950
0300vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315; as late as 0430]
2000 UT Sunday IRRS 918-Italy
2230 UT Sunday WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE
0030 UT Monday WRMI 7730 to WNW
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE, 5800 to SSE
0300vUT Sunday WBCQ 6160v Area 51 to WSW
1030 UT Wednesday WRMI 5850 to NW
2100 UT Wednesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 5010 to S

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

Our non-commercial broadcasts and website depend on voluntary
support; via PayPal, not necessarily in US funds, to
woradio at yahoo.com

One may also contribute by MO or check in US funds on a US bank to:
Glenn Hauser, Box 1684, Enid OK 73702 USA (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. (7489.9v), UT Sat Aug 21 at 0000-0100, WBCQ webcast of
`Allan and Angela Wiener WorldWide`. After WTO theme, mandatory
fiddling with mics, does Angela`s work? [I dispense with all the
quotation marks; some of this is paraphrased, but accurate; gh`s own
remarx in these brackets.]

Console is screwing up. Something wrong with the 6160 audio amp. It`s
hot and humid, 80s and 90s [presumably in Maine, not Florida]. Been a
rough week. It`s 20th of August, YOOLF 2021 for this original live
broadcast. Complaining about masking. 0017, COVID restrixions prevent
maintenance workers coming in from other countries. 0022, annoying Tim
calls in, voted for Trump four times including primaries. [Quickly get
rid of Tim.] Angela does not believe anything she hears, reads or
sees. 0025, quadri-casting on 3265, 4790, 6160, 7490 [confirmed on
quick check of Maine SDR, VG on the bottom two, VP on the top two,
skipping over].

0029, SuperStition update: still on backup low-power transmitter.
$ 200K replacement PA tube is to be shipped [from Europe?] on August
31. Hope to get back on air early Sept with techs from Continental and
own staff working on it.

[Most of rest of show ranting about the WHRI purchase attempt:] Heard
a year ago from Hans [Johnson, founder of Jihad-DX], that it was for
sale; WBCQ offered opportunity to buy it. Got financing together with
borrowed money, to save the SC SW station from scrap. Purchase and
sales agreements made, application filed with FCC for licensing, not
the assets. Filing fee about $ 1000. Normally takes 6-8 weeks to go
thru for domestic purchases. This was in August 2020 --- and then we
waited and waited and waited, etc. There was the usual 30-day period
for any comments and objexions to be filed: there were none.

Finally in APRIL 2021, got a phone call from someone at FCC
apologizing for the delay, said they were sending some paperwork to
WBCQ`s attorneys. WBCQ has always been upfront with its listeners,
Allan claims: [brief mute]; In the mail, got an *informal* objexion
which was filed Oct 15, *two weeks after* the filing window for those:
should have been trashed. And WBCQ did not get it for 6 months! It`s
absurd, defamatory. AW replied, waited, groveled, by phone, email,
appealed via Sen. Collins, begged.

Finally on August 10, 2021, one year from the original application, it
*expired* because Family Broadcasting decided they had had enough and
would not renew the matter. AW does not blame them for that. WBCQ does
not *need* WHRI, but was trying to save one major SW station. AW says
his constitutional rights were violated, his good name besmirched. FCC
treatment was reprehensible. Angela interjects: ``Watch who you vote
for, idiots in power!`` [Right: this all started under TRUMP, don`t
you realize?] We`re not in it for the money, hoped merely to break
even like at WBCQ. FCC purposely delayed and delayed and delayed this.
AW is really angry. We don`t need the extra headache of WHRI, but
wanted to save what would have been WBCQ transmitters 7, 8 and 9.

This is not over. Maybe a petition? Listeners should file complaints
about this matter with their congressmen, with FCC itself. WBCQ has
been wronged, censored, bollixed up. Further legal remedies are not
being divulged. Angela warns, ``They`re coming for you, next.``

0052 [a few items from just published Free Radio Weekly. Allan again
refers to ``single sideband television`` instead of slow-scan TV].
E-mailer advises that the WBCQ webcast drops off at :53 past every
hour: [just did it for me too!] Will continue to fight. 0059 prayer,
A&A agree, ``We`ve got the biggest balls of them all``, into Hal
Turner.

Can anyone dig out of FCC files the notorious informal objexion? Who
made it and what did they say? You may want to listen to this AAAWWW
yourself. Scheduled repeats all on 7490 from 0030 UT Sunday, 2230
Monday, 2130 Tuesday, 2230 Wednesday.

Larry Will`s version: ``8/21, 0000, 7490am, WBCQ. Typical Angela and
Allan Weiner broadcast starting with animated discussions of vaccine
conspiracy theories, whining about McDonald's not serving breakfast
all day because of Covid, a few Covid deaths don't matter when
millions of babies are aborted every year, etc. "Tim from Connecticut"
calls with some more unhinged commentary; he'll never take the
vaccine, ever.

Then they start talking about the proposed WHRI purchase. At 38: Allan
says that the original purchase agreement with WHRI expired on August
10 and was not renewed, so the deal is off! The rest of the broadcast
was spent on railing against the insidious delaying tactics employed
by the FCC who knew that if they just kept delaying, then the deal was
likely doomed. Of course, Angela implies that it's the fault of the
Biden administration. Larry Will, Mount Airy, Maryland``

John Carver`s version ``Tonight's AAWWW show started on time on 4790,
6160 and 7490. Allan in the studio with Angela. Very brief talk about
a movie then Allan had to tell us once again how beautiful Angela is.
Very hot in Maine this week with high humidity and temps in the
eighties and nineties. As is usual anymore, some equipment problems in
the studio. Longish talk about Covid with Angela getting a little
loud. Phone call at 0020 from Tim again who riles up the Covid talk
and vaccine talk. Angela goes into a mini rant.

Allan says they should have the replacement tube for the superstation
by the end of the month and hopefully have the transmitter up and
running early in the next month.

Then he finally talked in depth about the sale of WHRI. Explained
about all the hoops they had to jump through and all the delays.
Holdup was because a complaint about the sale that was filed after the
due date and shouldn't have caused a problem. It was announced earlier
this month that the seller was tired of waiting for the sale to be
approved and has backed out of the deal and cancelled the sale.

I'm very sorry as at this time one of my granddaughters with some of
my great grandchildren showed up at my door and I had to go to deal
with them and missed the end of the sale story. Reading of emails at
0053 s starting with this week`s Free Radio Weekly. Closing prayer at
0058 and program was off the air at 0100. John, Mid-North Indiana``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 1090, Aug 20 at 0600 UT, dead air again from KAAY AR,
facilitating understations, the stronger making medium SAH and 0602
Fox Sports Radio ``live`` ---- really? Or when it was recorded.
Presumed again to be 5000-watt ND *daytimer* WAQE, Rice Lake,
Wisconsin on the Fox SR network, as previously caught Aug 16 at the
same hour (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 1130, Aug 20 at 0602 UT, song in English dominating 50 kW
KWKH Shreveport; once again the allegedly one-watt-at-night
reactivated KLEY Wellington KS; also a 250-watt semi-local still in
the daytime (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 0231 UT August 21

 

Fw: The Desert Whooper Beacon 4095.65 KHz - Corrections  View Printable Version 
Saturday, August 21 2021

Hauser




----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Desert_Whooper <desert_whooper@protonmail.com>
To: wghauser@yahoo.com <wghauser@yahoo.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2021, 06:37:05 PM GMT+1
Subject: The Desert Whooper Beacon 4095.65 KHz - Corrections

Hello Glenn!

In your August 4th logs a person offered some incorrect information about DW's transmit format. For your readers' interest, here are some technical details of the one watt beacon that provides fascinating propagation performance.

The beacon started development in November of 2020. It was built from scratch and has a hybrid controller consisting of two 555 CMOS timers to key the transmitter along with an Arduino Nano controller to generate Morse code and collect data for performance telemetry. The 555 timers will independently key the transmitter if the Nano fails for any reason. (Fortunately the Nano has functioned for 10 months without issue.) The 4.09565 MHz transmitter is crystal controlled and features a MV1403 varactor diode circuit for the upward frequency sweeps of 150 Hertz. The sweeps provide distinctive audio for the SWL'er as well as an easy to spot visual pattern on the waterfall display of Kiwi SDRs. The transmitter has 4 transistors and the final amplifier is a IRF510 MosFet followed by a low pass filter, all inside a shielded box.

The beacon is powered by a sealed lead acid battery which is kept charged with a solar panel. The battery is protected from over discharge by a low voltage disconnect (LVD) circuit that is independent of the Nano. Time has shown that the solar panel size provides good charge current even in cloudy weather and the beacon does not draw much battery power overnight.

The antenna is a 111 foot long, 1/2 wave dipole oriented North/South and it's about 0.1 wavelength above the dry desert soil to create a more vertical but omni-like pattern. The 1:1 balun is home made and the antenna's measured VSWR is close to 1.1 to 1 

There are six cycles of DW in Morse along with 29-30 "whoops";  then the DW identification is sent along with four different telemetry numbers.

Telemetry is in slow Morse code as follows:

BAT is the battery's voltage to tenths of a volt using a precision resistor divider and the Nano's A2D function. Normal values range from 12.8 to 14.4 volts
OTMP is in degrees F with a calibrated 10k NTC thermistor located outdoors, about 100' from the beacon.
ITMP is in degrees F provided by a digital one-wire DS18B20 microLAN sensor located within the weathertight equipment box. The reading runs 5 to 10 deg warmer than OTMP.
PV is given in milliAmps to monitor solar panel performance and battery charge current. Measurements are based on an INA219 current sensor board. The values of the current can range from 0 to 2000. Note that a value of 4 or 5 is just the idle current consumed by the solar controller because the battery is fully charged.

In case the Nano fails, the number of whoops can decrease from 30 down to 29 as a crude measure of rising temperatures. On some recent days the internal temperature has peaked at 120 degrees F when outside air temperature was measured at 112 degrees! The box is in shade but the electronic circuitry generates waste heat that causes the temperature rise. Monitoring the temperatures during night and day provides for some interesting deltas..

DW was officially deployed to the Western desert on February 21, 2021. It has been heard in Canada, California, Hawaii, Maryland, Utah, Arizona and many other locations. Some SWL logs can be seen here:  https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php?board=9.0  and eQSLs are being provided.

Best regards,

The DW Team

logo attached




Attachment: DW 21 (640x386) (2).jpg
Description: JPEG image

_______________________________________________ Hauser mailing list Hauser@montreal.kotalampi.com http://montreal.kotalampi.com/mailman/listinfo/hauser

 

Fw: The Desert Whooper Beacon 4095.65 KHz - Corrections  View Printable Version 
Saturday, August 21 2021

Hauser




----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Desert_Whooper <desert_whooper@protonmail.com>
To: wghauser@yahoo.com <wghauser@yahoo.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2021, 06:37:05 PM GMT+1
Subject: The Desert Whooper Beacon 4095.65 KHz - Corrections

Hello Glenn!

In your August 4th logs a person offered some incorrect information about DW's transmit format. For your readers' interest, here are some technical details of the one watt beacon that provides fascinating propagation performance.

The beacon started development in November of 2020. It was built from scratch and has a hybrid controller consisting of two 555 CMOS timers to key the transmitter along with an Arduino Nano controller to generate Morse code and collect data for performance telemetry. The 555 timers will independently key the transmitter if the Nano fails for any reason. (Fortunately the Nano has functioned for 10 months without issue.) The 4.09565 MHz transmitter is crystal controlled and features a MV1403 varactor diode circuit for the upward frequency sweeps of 150 Hertz. The sweeps provide distinctive audio for the SWL'er as well as an easy to spot visual pattern on the waterfall display of Kiwi SDRs. The transmitter has 4 transistors and the final amplifier is a IRF510 MosFet followed by a low pass filter, all inside a shielded box.

The beacon is powered by a sealed lead acid battery which is kept charged with a solar panel. The battery is protected from over discharge by a low voltage disconnect (LVD) circuit that is independent of the Nano. Time has shown that the solar panel size provides good charge current even in cloudy weather and the beacon does not draw much battery power overnight.

The antenna is a 111 foot long, 1/2 wave dipole oriented North/South and it's about 0.1 wavelength above the dry desert soil to create a more vertical but omni-like pattern. The 1:1 balun is home made and the antenna's measured VSWR is close to 1.1 to 1 

There are six cycles of DW in Morse along with 29-30 "whoops";  then the DW identification is sent along with four different telemetry numbers.

Telemetry is in slow Morse code as follows:

BAT is the battery's voltage to tenths of a volt using a precision resistor divider and the Nano's A2D function. Normal values range from 12.8 to 14.4 volts
OTMP is in degrees F with a calibrated 10k NTC thermistor located outdoors, about 100' from the beacon.
ITMP is in degrees F provided by a digital one-wire DS18B20 microLAN sensor located within the weathertight equipment box. The reading runs 5 to 10 deg warmer than OTMP.
PV is given in milliAmps to monitor solar panel performance and battery charge current. Measurements are based on an INA219 current sensor board. The values of the current can range from 0 to 2000. Note that a value of 4 or 5 is just the idle current consumed by the solar controller because the battery is fully charged.

In case the Nano fails, the number of whoops can decrease from 30 down to 29 as a crude measure of rising temperatures. On some recent days the internal temperature has peaked at 120 degrees F when outside air temperature was measured at 112 degrees! The box is in shade but the electronic circuitry generates waste heat that causes the temperature rise. Monitoring the temperatures during night and day provides for some interesting deltas..

DW was officially deployed to the Western desert on February 21, 2021. It has been heard in Canada, California, Hawaii, Maryland, Utah, Arizona and many other locations. Some SWL logs can be seen here:  https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php?board=9.0  and eQSLs are being provided.

Best regards,

The DW Team

logo attached




Attachment: DW 21 (640x386) (2).jpg
Description: JPEG image

_______________________________________________ Hauser mailing list Hauser@montreal.kotalampi.com http://montreal.kotalampi.com/mailman/listinfo/hauser

 

Fw: The Desert Whooper Beacon 4095.65 KHz - Corrections  View Printable Version 
Saturday, August 21 2021

Hauser




----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Desert_Whooper <desert_whooper@protonmail.com>
To: wghauser@yahoo.com <wghauser@yahoo.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2021, 06:37:05 PM GMT+1
Subject: The Desert Whooper Beacon 4095.65 KHz - Corrections

Hello Glenn!

In your August 4th logs a person offered some incorrect information about DW's transmit format. For your readers' interest, here are some technical details of the one watt beacon that provides fascinating propagation performance.

The beacon started development in November of 2020. It was built from scratch and has a hybrid controller consisting of two 555 CMOS timers to key the transmitter along with an Arduino Nano controller to generate Morse code and collect data for performance telemetry. The 555 timers will independently key the transmitter if the Nano fails for any reason. (Fortunately the Nano has functioned for 10 months without issue.) The 4.09565 MHz transmitter is crystal controlled and features a MV1403 varactor diode circuit for the upward frequency sweeps of 150 Hertz. The sweeps provide distinctive audio for the SWL'er as well as an easy to spot visual pattern on the waterfall display of Kiwi SDRs. The transmitter has 4 transistors and the final amplifier is a IRF510 MosFet followed by a low pass filter, all inside a shielded box.

The beacon is powered by a sealed lead acid battery which is kept charged with a solar panel. The battery is protected from over discharge by a low voltage disconnect (LVD) circuit that is independent of the Nano. Time has shown that the solar panel size provides good charge current even in cloudy weather and the beacon does not draw much battery power overnight.

The antenna is a 111 foot long, 1/2 wave dipole oriented North/South and it's about 0.1 wavelength above the dry desert soil to create a more vertical but omni-like pattern. The 1:1 balun is home made and the antenna's measured VSWR is close to 1.1 to 1 

There are six cycles of DW in Morse along with 29-30 "whoops";  then the DW identification is sent along with four different telemetry numbers.

Telemetry is in slow Morse code as follows:

BAT is the battery's voltage to tenths of a volt using a precision resistor divider and the Nano's A2D function. Normal values range from 12.8 to 14.4 volts
OTMP is in degrees F with a calibrated 10k NTC thermistor located outdoors, about 100' from the beacon.
ITMP is in degrees F provided by a digital one-wire DS18B20 microLAN sensor located within the weathertight equipment box. The reading runs 5 to 10 deg warmer than OTMP.
PV is given in milliAmps to monitor solar panel performance and battery charge current. Measurements are based on an INA219 current sensor board. The values of the current can range from 0 to 2000. Note that a value of 4 or 5 is just the idle current consumed by the solar controller because the battery is fully charged.

In case the Nano fails, the number of whoops can decrease from 30 down to 29 as a crude measure of rising temperatures. On some recent days the internal temperature has peaked at 120 degrees F when outside air temperature was measured at 112 degrees! The box is in shade but the electronic circuitry generates waste heat that causes the temperature rise. Monitoring the temperatures during night and day provides for some interesting deltas..

DW was officially deployed to the Western desert on February 21, 2021. It has been heard in Canada, California, Hawaii, Maryland, Utah, Arizona and many other locations. Some SWL logs can be seen here:  https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php?board=9.0  and eQSLs are being provided.

Best regards,

The DW Team

logo attached




Attachment: DW 21 (640x386) (2).jpg
Description: JPEG image

_______________________________________________ Hauser mailing list Hauser@montreal.kotalampi.com http://montreal.kotalampi.com/mailman/listinfo/hauser

 

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Next
World Of Radio
Hard-Core-DX.com World of Radio Channel is provided by Glenn Hauser & World of Radio.

For more information please visit:


DX Search Engine



Radio Portal
is a highly specialized seach engine for radio aficionados.

More
on how best to use Radio Portal.


This page was created in 0.11 seconds