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JRX Logs: March 26, 2017.  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 27 2017

JRX Logs: March 26, 2017.
* ÂA17 Period.

GUINEA.* Â9650. Mar 26 at 1603, Radio Guinea, Conakri-GUI, in French. Woman annnouncer talks; 1606 Local song; Woman talks, in conversation with a man. Fair broadcasting, 35433.

MADAGASCAR.* Â17640. Mar 26 at 1805, MWV African Pathways Radio, Mahajanga-MDG, in English. A song; 1810 Man annnouncer talks, ID; Woman talks - Biblic preaching; 1817 ID, website and all addresses; 1819 Program "African Doctor" - a African Pathways Radio medical care. Very good signal and modulation, 45544.

PHILIPPINES.* Â9910. Mar 26 at 1917, Radyo Pilipinas, Tinang-PHL, in Tagalog (few words in english). Women annnouncers talks, in conversation; 1920 Man annnouncer talks; ID many times; 1922 A song; 1928 ID, website, frequencies and POBox; PBS-The Voice of Philippines; 1930 National Anthem and sign-off. Very good broadcasting, 45444.

SOUTH SUDAN non.* Â17730. Mar 26 at 1720, Eye Radio, Issoudun-F, in English. Man annnouncer talks, in conversation with a man; ID and says Radio to South Sudan; A song and 1930 ends program in english (45544); 1730 Start program in Arabic; 1735 Man annnouncer talks in Arabic; Woman annnouncer talks. Log until 1800UTC. After 1730, Eye Radio with interference by spur 17725kHz, AWR relay Nauen-D, in Oromo language, until 1800UTC, 43433 (sometimes 43432).

SPAIN* Â17715. Mar 26 at 1702, Radio Exterior de Espana, Noblejas-E, in Spanish. Man and woman annnouncers talks News; 1706 Program "Futuro Abierto" by woman annnouncer; ID: Radio Nacional de Espana (head of transmission); 1715 A program dedicated to "Seguridad y los Desaparecidos". REE with very good signal and modulation this A17 first day, 45544.

VATICAN.* Â15370. Mar 26 at 1614, Radio Vaticana, Santa Maria di Galeria-CVA, in Russian. Woman annnouncer talks & talks; 1625 A short Gregorian chant; 1629 A religious chant and woman talks; 1636 Man talks, says "Laudetus Jesus Christus"; 1638 Ends program in russian, IS. Station with good signal and fair modulation, 45433.* Â15370. Mar 26 at 1639, Radio Vaticana, Santa Maria di Galeria-CVA, in Ukrainian. IS; 1640 Man annnouncer talks, says Laudetus Jesus Christus, ID and ukrainian program; A short religious chant; Man talks & talks; 1658 Final greeting, ends of programming this time. Broadcasting with good signal and fair modulation, 45433.

DXer: Jose Ronaldo XavierÂLocation: Cabedelo-PB, Brazil (UTC-3)RX (s): Sony ICF-SW100S.Antenna: Longwire
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Two Shortwave Logs from Alaska  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 26 2017

9575 MOROCCO, Radio Mediterranee International, 0029UTC to 0105UTC March
25th. They're actually producing a pretty strong signal here, but famously
undermodulated so combine that with a bit of fading and it's really hard to
even hear much. At 01030UTC, the music appears to stop and then there's a
half hour program with a man and woman talking. Music appears to start
again at 0100UTC. I would give this a SINPO rating of 54343, maybe even
53342 because at times the modulation and fading make it nearly
unlistenable despite the strong signal. Audio recordings here: Man and
woman talking at 0029UTC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2TBW8c8B7k
Music playing at 0104UTC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLznIaPsQTo

13745 THAILAND, Radio Thailand, Udon Thain. 0000UTC March 25th, english
broadcast to North America. As usual, the unmodulated carrier is turned on
about 2 minutes before the broadcast starts. Where things go a little awry,
at 0000 "This is HSK 9, Radio Thailand's World Service, broadcasting from
the public relations department in Bangkok" followed by several bells being
rung before this announcement repeats over and over again and joins the
english newscast in progress after nearly 3 minutes. The broadcast does
national/Thailand news then world news followed by business news. Normally,
the broadcast starts at 0000 with a few quick tones followed by "This is
Radio Thailand's English Language Service" followed by their station song
and an intro by the news anchors. The HSK 9 station ID has been caught
running too long several times in the past week, joining the news in
progress. Overall, a strong signal and very listenable despite some
fading. No interference from Radio Havana Cuba on 13740 this time around.
SINPO Rating: 55444. This is a poor choice of a frequency for a broadcast
to North America! Radio Havana Cuba's 13740 broadcast that begins at 2300
is so wide that I can often hear them on 13745 and some days, even with a
fully modulated Thailand carrier on 13745, I hear Charlie Brown "Womp womp
womp" underneath Radio Thailand's 13745 programming! Audio here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAMiJtN7esA (Walker-AK)

Equipment used: Tecsun PL880, Wellbrook ALA1530LNP Loop and EmTech ZM2
Antenna tuner
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Glenn Hauser logs March 26, 2017  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 26 2017

** AUSTRALIA. 9720, March 26 at 1325, gospel huxtress in English, outro plugging http://samanthalandy.com and a P O Box in St George UT. Nothing on her homepage about radio broadcasts, but this is now Reach Beyond, per HFCC, A-17 in English at 1300-1435, 100 kW, 305 degrees from KNX; evidently replacing the 1400-1435 on 11980 which is no longer listed, but until yesterday put a good signal into here. Will there still be a tune-up medley at 1400-1405, or now at 1300-1305? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** AUSTRALIA [non]. 9580, March 26 at 1305 check and later, no signal from WRMI as now HFCC-registered at 09-21 UT; nor does it show on the WRMI grid, now dated effective March 26, with 6855 still running 24 hours. Without any explanation from Jeff, we assume the 9580 entry is to block some other station from taking over Radio Australia`s legacy frequency, or we hope, the possibility that WRMI might eventually start a relay of RA, which we suggested as soon as RA self-destructed at the end of January. Watch that space. See also USA: WRMI (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA [and non]. 13605, March 26 at 1315, Radio Martà is VG S9+20 with no jamming audible, while the wall of noise remains on 13820. It`s the same old pattern for RM: 13605 in A-seasons, 13820 in B-seasons, but the DentroCuban Jamming Command never anticipates this, but will likely glom on to 13605 before too much longer. Also at 1332 March 26, jamming is still on 7435, while RM is now on 7405. At 1432, both RM and jamming are on 11930.

HFCC A-17 shows this schedule for IBB in Spanish from Greenville B, i.e. Radio MartÃ:
00-12 6030, 12-14 7405, 14-24 11930
00-03 7365, 03-05 7435, 05-07 7365, 07-10 5980, 10-13 9805,
13-20 13605, 20-24 9565 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** IRAN [non]. 12005, March 26 at 1319, song at S7. This is now Radio Farda, 300 kW due east from Woofferton UK at 13-18 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** JAPAN [non]. 11705, March 26 at 1317, NHK World is VG in Indonesian. HFCC shows it`s 100 kW due west from PALAU at 1315-1400. But here we are far to the northeast. Should be just as good for the 1400-1430 English broadcast on same parameters, unchecked yet (while // 11935 Tashkent is NG for us.) BTW, HFCC has triplicate 11705 registrations for both, one each by FCC, BaBcoCk, and NHK itself. That should cover it! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** PAKISTAN [and non]. 9835, March 26 at 1324, music presumably from MALAYSIA, but there is a second weak signal QRMing underneath. Could it be R. Pakistan? If we were to believe A-17 HFCC, it`s ONLY PAK on 9835 at 1045-1330 in Hindi, Gujrati, Sinhala and Tamil, as Malaysia doesn`t bother to register its frequencies, despite KL hosting a future HFCC meeting! At least they have some SW on the air, unlike Jordan for the latest HFCC. But our best info is that PBC does not have any usable active SW transmitters, altho they are supposedly trying to get them going, proudly displaying a full imaginary A-17 schedule on website as well as in HFCC. At 1540 UT March 26, longtime R. Pakistan monitor Noel Green in England says, ``And re PAK - there is no trace of them on air today as was to be expected`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [non]. 12035, March 26 at 1320, weak talk around S3. Now registered is IBB in Pashto via THAILAND, 250 kW, 305 degrees from Udorn at 13-15; no more Turkey in English, presumably the JBA carrier on 15450 now ending circa 1320.

12045, March 26 at 1320, VOA Korean weak, and still at 1433, with no ACI from WEWN 12050 which hasn`t built up to daytime blasting yet. VOA here is 250 kW, 333 degrees from TINIAN at 1300-1500 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 6855, Sunday March 26 at 1305, WRMI-5 is still on with Japanese-accented Mississippian Mieko Namihira `Living the Bible`, and // 9955. A-17 HFCC has an alternative registration to 6855 for the 09-21 UT span, on 9580, but nothing there yet; see AUSTRALIA. And 6855 supposedly at 21-09 only, but curtailment not yet implemented. If 9580 were to activate with same programming as 6855 has had in the mornings, it would be // 9955 at 12-14, rather pointless.

There seems to be no significant change in WRMI frequency usage from B-16 to A-17, except on 13m: 21525 replacing 21675. Circa 14 UT March 26, I cannot detect either, but finally a JBA carrier on 21525 at 1600. That`s for the Radio Africa service which is ``excited`` about the frequency change, why? There is no need for it at all in the wide-open 13m band, altho it is less than 1% lower, a very slight edge vs the MUF struggling to reach 22 MHz; 21525 anyway is a legacy WYFR channel which WRMI might as well honor in this way. At 1400 all I can get on 13m is a JBA carrier on 21505 which would be Saudi Arabia at 12-15.

BTW, HFCC shows another WOOB, 6875 again registered for WWCR-1 at 21-02 but their own website does not, still 15825/6115/3215 at least thru Mayend (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 12050, March 26 at 1320, no signal yet from R. CatÃlica Mundial, but WEWN is still S9+10 on 5810. A-17 schedule shows 14-24 on 12050, 00-14 on 5810. 12050 is on at 1433, but fortunately not strong enough yet to blast even 12045 with spurs (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1632 UT March 26
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Glenn Hauser logs March 25-26, 2017  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 26 2017

** ALBANIA [non]. 9850 & 9855, March 26 at 0142, clear frequencies in case Radio Tirana should be able to reactivate its SW services in A-17, as either would work for what used to be English to North America at 0130 except UT Mondays. Will new programming still be produced without radio outlets? It is reported to be finally closing all its own SW and MW transmissions.

The German service has its separate organization and fan base. Manfred Reiff tells the DXLD yg: ``According to a German language email received today from Christian Milling (shortwaveservice.com) the station will broadcast Radio Tirana's German service Mondays through Saturdays at 1930-2000 UT (2130-2200 CEST/MESZ) on 3985 and 6005 kHz. So the first broadcast will be on Monday, March 27 at 1930 UT``

These are 1 kW transmitters in Kall, GERMANY, which already relay several other ex-SW stations (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** BRAZIL. 6180 & 11780, March 26 at 0119, RNA/RNB is AWOL for sixth night in a row; 25m propagates the weaklings circa 11935, 11856, 11764, but not 11925, Bandeirantes has been off, nor 11815, sporadic RBC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CANADA. 2749-USB, March 26 at 0158, roboYL in French with day-by-day forecasts of some marine weather, at S9 until off at 0200*. I still can`t catch a definite ID, if any, but Canadian CG shows the latest 2749 transmission is VCS Halifax from Chebogue NS site starting at 0140 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** COLOMBIA. 5910.03, March 26 at 0147, AlcaravÃn Radio music now in the clear around S9, as Romania has just evacuated 5910 for the duration of A-17. HFCC now shows nothing on 5910 between 2000 and 1130, tho may be incomplete, except 0000-0100 the worldwide emergency standby channel for RDR, Vatican SMG the placeholder. (RRI is still on 5910 heavily to Europe 1430-2000) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 11880, March 25 at 2206, RHC in French this semi-hour, no longer in English since March 11 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 5025, March 26 at 0153, R. Rebelde is off again, leaving a JBA carrier, presumably Quillabamba, Perà (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** GUANTANAMO BAY [non]. Replies to my log of KG4USN, not Gitmo:

Glenn, Gitmo does have KG4 but only if it has a two-letter suffix. KG4 with a three-letter suffix is regular mainland USA. My most recent logs of the real thing were KG4BP in 2016 and KG4HI in 2015. 73 (Eike Bierwirth, Germany, March 25, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Glenn, Here's some info that may clarify GuantÃnamo Bay amateur callsigns. Gitmo callsigns are issued by the Navy, not the FCC, and are 2x2 calls. That is, a true Gitmo call will always be from the group KG4AA thru KG4ZZ..

The callsign you heard, KG4USN, has a "Radio Service" code of "HA"
meaning it was a sequentially issued call. The ham operator did not
receive that call as a result of having been in Gitmo, nor is it a
vanity callsign. Hope this helps. 73, (Jim K5JG, ibid.)

Tnx, Eike and Jim; I see. So whose bright idea was it to intermix unique prefices for US overseas entities, with CONUS ham calls?? Also the call-areas no longer seem to mean anything. Beyond US, the numbers would match nearest US territory, such as KZ5 for Canal Zone, KG4 for Gitmo, K#6 for various Pacific Islands. But Maryland is not even in 4-land; and now it seems anyham may move anywhere to a different call area and still retain their original call, without even a /# (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MADAGASCAR. 6190, March 26 at 0212, MWV now here for A-17, ex-7390, song in Spanish; not on originally planned 6070, whew for CFRX, but I bet the PTB at CFRB never new they were threatened. Fortunately, someone at WCB changed it, after we pointed out CFRX on 6070 despite missing from HFCC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 6940-LSB (not USB), March 26 at 0143, pirate soul music; 0150 ID as ``Radio Free, Whatever``, as DJ says his ``very last listener has fallen off, probably nobody else out there listening. Post right now to HF Underground for me to stay on the air; [shortly:] Dick Weed, finally signing off`` at 0151*. Well, I`m here, but not on an internet device while DXing, tsk2.

6940-USB (not LSB), March 26 at 0208 recheck, pirate music at S9, 0210 DJ apologizes to Radio Cosmo(?) for calling him a C-S-M-F; that was just a test. ``Next song from Zipper Club on Radio Free, Whatever`` which is back on (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ROMANIA. 9730, March 26 at 0125, RRI is already up and running on A-17 schedule, in French at S9+10 with Romanian folk music. 7375 found stronger // at 0138 now with C&W song but apparently in French.

7335, March 26 at 0140, RRI also back here for A-17 with piano concerto, S9+30. Listed // for Romanian service at 0000-0200 is 9790. Has a classical concert on Saturday nights, which The Mighty KBC will never do (still on 6145) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** SPAIN. 9690, March 25 at 2208, REE VG at S9+25, Spanish rock music and interviewing musicians. Last date for 7 months that REE will be on the air this hour or this frequency. For A-17, 17855 to North America replaces it, ending at 2200, but at first it may have problems propagating all the way; should be much better from the start at 1400 ex-1500 on weekends (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** SRI LANKA. 11905, March 26 at 0114, SLBC with S4-S5 carrier just come on, JBA music at 0116, but never detected any mis-timesignal. Jose Jacob says this was recently reactivated, so my not hearing it all winter was not due only to propagation (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also UNIDENTIFIED 9720

** TURKEY. 9515, March 26 at 0333, very poor signal with Turkishish music and flutter, presumably VOT English to North America now here from 0300 for A-17, ex-6080. We hope propagation improve as summer oncome. We may also try 15450 at 1230, and 9830 at 2200 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGST)

** U S A. 7535v-LSB, March 26 at 0132, distorted very intermittent ham signal, obviously a contest worker, unstable and hard to copy with BFO. At first I figure it`s a spur from 40 meters, but don`t find a match tuning across another receiver. Then I realize it could be a second harmonic from ``80`` meters, and sure enough, there he is // on 3768-LSB, ID as WS9V, working someone at 59-1050. The fundamental isn`t wobbling around like the harmonic. WS9V is James J ``Skip`` Riba, PO BOX 73, Virden, IL 62690 USA, but at QRZ.com says he may not be the operator all the time during contests (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1870 monitoring: confirmed Saturday March 25 after 2230 on WBCQ, 9330.05v-CUSB, S8. Also confirmed UT Sunday March 26 starting just as I tune in at 0329.5 on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, Wentzville MO, S9+20. Next:
Sun 1030 HLR 9485-CUSB to SW [ex- 1130 expected due to MESZ]
Sun 2330 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW
Mon 0300v WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0330 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Mon 2330 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW
Tue 0030 WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 1100 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Tue 2130 WRMI 15770 to NE, 6855 to WNW
Tue 2330 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW
Wed 1030 WRMI 5850 to NW, 6855 to WNW
Wed 1315.5 WRMI 9955 to SSE, 6855 to WNW
Wed 2100 WBCQ 7490v to WSW
Wed 2330 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW

** U S A. 7490.10v, March 25 at 2157, WBCQ The Planet IDs and IS, runup to sign-on, so not on an hour earlier this Saturday with anything Special (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 11580, Sat Mar 25 at 2200, WRMI opening `Your Weekend Show`, as scheduled on 5950 only. This hour on 11580 is not accounted for, but so far it all seems to be matching 5950. But 6855 is again unknown.

9955, UT Sun March 26 at 0121, WRMI with preacher in Haitian Kriyol. Skedgrid now shows this quarter-hour as `Soulsvision` which would not otherwise clue us in to the language.

9395, UT Sun March 26 at 0128, this WRMI is not Oldies at the moment, but an ad for something with an 856-number, and then ``curating the King James Version``, with rock music background, over to a YL reading Psalms XXVI, Yahwuh-this and Yahwuh-that, so another YHWH cult. Checking my handy NIV with Psalms, it says ``O Lord``, this and that. Not good enough! For a picky, picky deity. But what program is this?

9395, UT Sun March 26 at 0205, now here`s yet another additional `Wavescan` repeat from 0200 as Ray Robinson is reading a script about CBR and CBRX, which later became CBU and CBUX/CKZU in Vancouver, about its site on Lulu Island (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 9770, March 26 at 0123, S8-S9 signal with modulation cutting out and in about 4 times per second, talk in language impossible to recognize, then music, 0124 to dead air, and off at 0124.5*. HFCC A-17 shows two possibilities:

SLBC Sri Lanka, 125 kW, 345 degrees in Hindi from 0115 (which looks a lot like the 11905 entry now shown as 0000-0300); or Voice of Turkey in Spanish at 0100-0200. Like last summer, it`s // 9870, so should have tried to match them up; next time (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 12121.20-USB, March 26 at 0118, 2-way in Spanish with cambios. Maybe we could push it to 12121.21 for the sake of symmetry? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 0500 UT March 26
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Glenn Hauser logs March 24-25, 2017  View Printable Version 
Sunday, March 26 2017


Re 7780 kHz, heard a 924 Hertz tone this March 25 morning. 73 wb

Morning log March 25, in 0530-0630 UT time range in remote units at
MA-US and MI-US.
Poor propagation in 31 and 25 mb on northern hemisphere though,
only heard R NZi 11725 kHz on otherwise empty band.

4885.021 BRA Not as strong as 2 weeks ago. S=7-8 signal of
Brazilian ZYG362 R. Clube do Para, Belem PA
<www.radioclubedopara.com.br> in BrasPortugese.
Music group performance noted at 0535 UT on March 25.

4915.117 BRA ZYF360 R. Difusora Macapa, Macapa AP
<www.difusora.ap.gov.br> only weak S=3-4 this 0540 UT morning.

4989.980 most probably, tentativelly
SUR Radio Apintie, Paramaribo, only very weak S=2 audio string
visible at 0550 UT on March 25.

5040 CUB RHC Bauta in Spanish and newscast on Cuban - Uruguayan
negotiations and friendship meeting, proper S=9+25dB signal
at 0553 UT on March 25.
R Rebelde 5025 kHz NOT HEARD this morning at this hour.

5129.825 USA WBCQ very poor S=4-5 at 0555 UT heard in Detroit Michigan.

6000 CUB RHC Quivican Titan site S=9+40dB POWERHOUSE signal noted
in remote MA and MI-US SDR units. Strong - but undermodulated
audio level, rough, coarse voice. 20 kHz wide signal. 0556 UT.

6060 CUB RHC Bauta S=9+20dB signal strength at 0557 UT on March 25.
Distorted audio with background noise heard. 20 kHz wideband.

6100 CUB RHC Bauta at 0558 UT S=9+20dB signal in MA-US east coast.
Best audio quality heard here. 20 kHz wideband.

6165 CUB RHC Bauta at 0559 UT on March 25. Very low modulation.
S=9+15dB power of western NoAM beam out of Cuba,
in MA and MI-US remote SDR installations. 20 kHz wideband.

6185even! MEX XEPPM Radio Educacion, Ciudad Mexico, romantic guitar singer
performed in 0559 til 0601 UT on March 25. S=8-9 signal in MA-US
Switch OFF the transmitter at exact 06.01:39 UTC.

6155 AUT ORF OE1 program in German language from ORS Moosbrunn site,
nice S=9 in peaks reception in Detroit Michigan east coast NoAM,
At 0604 UT report of Pres Trump disaster and "Obama Care" health

6090.003 Anguilla terrible audio, not easy to identify a woman voice
prayer. S=9+30dB at 0608 UT on east coast. 18 kHz wide audio.

5980 CUB probably... 6 kHz wideband jamming of scratchy noise.
S=9+5dB in MA-US and MI-US east coast remote units at 0612 UT.

5910.041 CLM Alcaravan R, Puerto Lleras, much romantic music, singer on
amore and fervour at 0618 UT, variable up to 3 Hertz fq.
S=7-8 this morning March 25.

6010.030 BRA probably, UNID, tiny S=3-4 on threshold level. 0620 UT.

7780 USA WRMI ? probably, noted a 924 Hertz test tone here on that
channel. Empty carrier S=8 in MA-US remote unit. 0622 UT.

7435 CUB Jamming of S=8-9 level, 7.4 kHz wide jamming signal.

7254.820 NIG VoNigeria Ikorodu, Hausa service, S=6-7 or -86dBm this
March 25 morning, poor propagation at 0625 UT.
Male and female presenter alternately.

5829.985 USA WTWW English sermon, not BS, smooth way of speaking
on Bible teachers. S=7-8 at 0627 UT.

6040.712 BRA RB2 Curitiba <http://radiorb2.com.br/> weak and tiny
S=4 on threshold level at 0630 UT.

6069.986 CAN At 0632 UT on March 25 CFRX Toronto on air, heard S=4-5
rather weak this morning in remote Detroit-MI.
Talk on Obamas "Health Care" insurance and Pres. Trump.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews March 25, 2017)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn Hauser wghauser@yahoo.com [bclnews]"

Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2017 6:10 PM
Subject: [bclnews.it] Glenn Hauser logs March 24-25, 2017

** ANGOLA. 4949.73, March 25 at 0456, still no signal from RNA, nor has it
been heard on March 23 or 24 per Ron Howard, Thorsten Hallmann, Bill
Bingham, Wolfgang BÃschel and myself (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ANGUILLA. 6090, March 25 at 0239, PMS is back on air, at customary
unusable suptorted modulation level (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CHINA. 4900 & 4940, March 25 at 1250, no signals from Voices of Strait;
Recheck 1331, now JBA carriers. O yes, Aoki shows them not opening until
*1300 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** COLOMBIA. 5910.039, March 25 at 0433, I am hearing only HJDH during what
was publicized as the final SW broadcast ever from LITHUANIA, q.v. The least
the irregular HJDH could have done was go off the air briefly in a
respectful tribute to its companion (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7780, March 25 at 0235 check, this WRMIBS is back on air, after
missing yesterday, but it`s even weaker than usual, on the least useful
azimuth for here, southwards from Okee (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
This report despatched at 1710 UT March 25

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