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Friday, September 14 2018

Logs

9990Khz 1757 13 SET - RADIO FREE ASIA (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) in COREANO from TINIAN (IBB). SINPO = 35433. Yl fala longamente. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 19463KM from transmitter at Tinian (IBB). Local time: 1457.

9940Khz 1819 13 SET - TRANS WORLD RADIO (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) in KUNAMA from GRIGORIOPOL. SINPO = 35433. OM fala e em seguida mÃsica gospel da EritrÃia. Uma transmissÃo desde a MoldÃvia, paÃs que eu sà ouvi falar como retransmissor de ondas curtas. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 9415KM from transmitter at Grigoriopol. Local time: 1519.

9740Khz 1833 13 SET - KBS WORLD RADIO (SOUTH KOREA) in ESPANHOL from KIMJAE. SINPO = 25432. Yl fala. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 17047KM from transmitter at Kimjae. Local time: 1533.

9570Khz 1850 13 SET - MWV NEW LIFE STATION (MADAGASCAR) in RUSSO. SINPO = 34333. OM fala e logo em seguida mÃsica pop gospel local. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil. Local time: 1550.

9420Khz 1854 13 SET - VOICE OF GREECE (GREECE) in GREEK from AVLIS. SINPO = 25442. OM fala entre curtos trechos de mÃsica. O sinal fica bem melhor atà o final da tarde. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 8550KM from transmitter at Avlis. Local time: 1554.

6090Khz 0150 14 SET - DR.GENE SCOTT (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) in INGLÃS from THE VALLEY. SINPO = 35433. Yl fala, prega, pausadamente. Tem. bom tempo que eu nÃo conseguia ouvir Caribbean Beacon em 6090. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 4271KM from transmitter at The Valley. Local time: 2250.

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JRX Logs: Setembro 13, 2018.  View Printable Version 
Friday, September 14 2018

Logs
JRX Logs: Setembro 13, 2018.

Receptor: Tecsun S-2000.

CHINA
** 9685. Set 13, 2018. 1820-1830, China Radio International, Kashgar-CHN, em HauÃÃ. ApÃs aula de chinÃs, locutora inicia outras falas; 1827 IS e fim da ediÃÃo. Boa recepÃÃo entre nÃs, porÃm, percebe-se locuÃÃo masculina e feminina ao fundo, provavelmente uma transmissÃo da prÃpria CRI em outro idioma, 44544.

NIGÃRIA
** 9690. Set 13, 2018. 1802-1820 e 1830-1928, Voice of Nigeria, em InglÃs. Locutora fala sobre a NigÃria, polÃtica e o presidente nigereiano, e desenvolvimento econÃmico; 1812 Locutora fala: Voice of Nigeria, Abuja. VON chegando com boa recepÃÃo nesta quinta-feira em Cabedelo, 45444.
Nota: Em certos momentos, leve interferÃncia da CRI em 9685kHz, em Hausa (Aula de ChinÃs).
Retornando a escuta:Ãs 1828, apÃs CRI terminar seu programa em HauÃÃ, a VON fica livre de interferÃncias: 1830 Locutora falando sobre a Natureza na NigÃria; 1835 NotÃcias - falando sobre o Boko Haram, com participaÃÃo de um repÃrter; Outras notÃcias. Boa recepÃÃo, 45444.Pela primeira vez escuto a VON com esta qualidade de recepÃÃo, aqui em Cabedelo.Esta transmissÃo da VON em inglÃs, neste horÃrio, nÃo se encontra em Aoki, EiBi e nem HFCC.NÃo sei se o Glenn ou o Ivanov jà sÃo sabedores desta transmissÃo, que continua apÃs Ãs 1900UTC! Hora local = Hora UTC!1928 ID e IS, frequÃncia e website e inÃcio de programa em haÃÃa?1933 Parada abrupta da transmissÃo!Â
Josà Ronaldo Xavier (JRX) - PR7036SWL (SWARL).
Cabedelo-Paraiba, Brasil (UTC-3).



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Glenn Hauser logs September 12-13, 2018  View Printable Version 
Thursday, September 13 2018

Logs
** CANADA [and non]. 800, Sept 12 at 1031 UT, CKLW with ``AM 800``
local news of Windsor & Detroit. On the E-W longwire it has no problem
from KQCV OKC, while on the DX-398, KQCV must be carefully nulled to
get CKLW.

BTW, AM Switch in the latest NRC DX News reports: ``Application for
STA filed: 800, KQCV, OK, Oklahoma City â Applies for STA, parameters
at variance and/or reduced power; problems in pattern`` --- whatever
that mean in practice. It certainly does not seem like reduced power
here (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KIRITIMATI. 846, Sept 12 at 0616, JBA carrier from presumed R.
Kiribati. And again Sept 13 at 0611 check (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** MEXICO. Tim Hall replies Sept 12 to my 820 XEABCA log:

``TH: They have really been getting out well the past year or two. The
vast majority of the time, they refer to themselves as "Canal
ochocientos veinte, ABC Radio" but occasionally they also still use
"Radio Frontera," which I believe is actually the name of the local
company that operates XEABCA-820 and XEMMM-940. A radio blogger in
Mexicali told me recently that XEABCA has been granted a CP to migrate
to FM as XHABCA-101.3. The same blogger told me that long-silent XEAA
-1340 was hoping to return to the air this summer (they were still off
when I drove through El Centro in June). 73 Tim Hall`` (Glenn Hauser,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA. 692.310, Sept 12 at 0618 UT, in my TA/TP 9-kHz bandscan,
instead of a carrier on 693, I find a JBA one here. Again at 1110 UT
check, seems fading a bit; but still detectable at 1410 UT, a
sesquihour after sunrise, in KGGF 690 splash, so must be something
local, from a household device (a lot of which stay on), or spur from
a nearby transmitter? Others may ignore this item which is really a
note to self, in case I need to refer to it later. Unless someone else
axually (Word processor changes that to axially!) hear it, near or far
(Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA [and non]. 779.985, Sept 12 at 1045 UT, WBBM has heavy QRM
from hard rock music looping WNW/ESE --- Colorado? NO, it`s KSPI
nearby Stillwater, conveniently breaking for local weather forecast at
1047 UT. Making annoying fast SAH with WBBM. At 1440 UT with KSPI
alone, I measure it 15 Hz minus off-frequency. The trouble is, KSPI is
a 250-watt daytimer, not legally on air until 1215! UT in September
(1230 UT in October); no info about a PSRA but even if it had one,
would not apply until 1100 UT = 6 am CDT. KSPI has a long history of
cheating. It`s not in the MW Offset list, so now they can add it!

While I`m at it, I check the R75 precise frequency readout accuracy on
MW against KTOK OKC, presuming it is really 1000.000 and I find no
correxion factor is necessary here, unlike SW, which is more and more
off, the higher the frequency, from 2.5 Hz at 2.5 MHz to 13 Hz at 20
MHz. Then checking
http://mwlist.org/mwoffset.php?khz=1000
KTOK is on 1000.0001. I also measure another perpetual off-frequency
station. See USA: KFTI 1070 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
See also CANADA [and non] about KQCV OKC

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1947 monitoring: confirmed Wednesday
September 12 at 1030 on WRMI 5950, S9+10, but rather undermodulated
like everything on this transmitter.

Also confirmed Wed Sept 12 at 2100 on WBCQ 7490.11v, S9-S7; also
confirmed from a semi-minute later, 2100.5 on WRMI 9955, S9, so
roughly equivalent but more fading on `BCQ. BTW, once again the
automation cuts off the last half of the singing ID ``Q`` as WOR
playback starts; not my fault. WRMI carrier came on openly at 2058.5
without modulation until JW canned ID at 2100.0. Not aired Sept 12 or
13 at 2330 on WBCQ 9330.1v. Next:

2330 UT Thursday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
2330 UT Friday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
0629 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany
1230 UT Saturday WINB 9265V via Unique Radio
1431 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
2130 UT Saturday WBCQ 9330v [maybe, or 2330?]
0310vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM
1030 UT Sunday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780
2330 UT Sunday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955
0400 UT Monday WRMI webcast only
2330 UT Monday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
0030 UT Tuesday WRMI 7730 [or 1948?]
2030 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 5950 [or 1948?]

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1069.979, Sept 12 at 1443 UT, KFTI Wichita KS measured -21
Hz off-frequency; it`s been this way forever, at night making an
annoying rapid SAH against KNX or whatever. One of few stations
doggedly musical on MW, allegedly $ tereo, Classic Country, and NRC AM
Log 2018 does not even have an FM translator for it. I then check
http://mwlist.org/mwoffset.php?khz=1070
and find a very close match: 1069.9793 as of Jan 2, 2018
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1660, Sept 13 at 1356 UT, long string of Ad Council PSAs, at
least six? Fading completely out and back up, as skywave is about to
die, but long enough to hear 1400 UT ID for ``KWOD, 1660, Kansas City,
The Score, a Radio.com station`` and into Dan Patrick show.

I want to be sure which state the transmitter site be in. Radio-
locator shows its cross definitely on KS side, but FCC longitude of
``94Â 40' 58.00" W Longitude (NAD 27) -94.682778`` puts it much closer
to State Line Road. Blowing up an FCC map at
https://publicfiles.fcc.gov/am-profile/kwod/contour-maps/
finds the pin in Westwood Hills, just on the KS side. Was this a
station that changed site recently? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 936, Sept 12 at 0611 UT, JBA carrier again from likely
SNRT, Agadir, Morocco, just before LSR there. In previous log I should
have added that listed power is 100 kW, altho Future Plan called for 2
x 400 kW on MW (and 936 the only known frequency at that site).

936, Sept 13 at 0612, there it is again, with some fading. This time I
get a rough DF on the DX-398, NE/SW. Then checking the true bearing of
Agadir from Enid on my NGS globe with geometer, it`s 65 degrees.
Futurely shall try to get a closer match.

Agadir is right on the SW coast, SW of Marrakech, which can only boost
its propagability, (Microsoft Works Word Processor tried to
``correct`` that to reparability!! It has no sense about considering
definitions. I have to keep adding my new(?) words to its lexicon).

In fact, if 936 be really up to 800 kW it should be a good target for
daytime TA seawave. Meanwhile, superpower here should be helpful in
covering Western Sahara`s conquest by Moroccan imperialism (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 6920 approx., Sept 12 at 0620, intermittent quacking
sound, maybe what Harold Frodge has been referring to (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1727 UT September 13
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Wednesday, September 12 2018

Logs

9910Khz 1846 12 SET - ALL INDIA RADIO GOS (INDIA) in INGLÃS from BANGALORE). SINPO = 33433. Yl fala, mÃsica indiana. Do meu ponto de vista uma colisÃo: ALL Ãndia Radio e a Radio Pilipinas. Melhor sinal hoje com a All India Radio. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 13133KM from transmitter at Bangalore). Local time: 1546.

11780Khz 1835 12 SET - VOICE OF AMERICA (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) in KINYARWANDA-KIRUND from MEYERTON. SINPO = 35544. Sem sinal nessa hora da RNA que atà um pouco antes estava com um bom sinal. Yl parece entrevistar um homem. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 7146KM from transmitter at Meyerton. Local time: 1535.

15110Khz 1813 12 SET - RADIO NA GASKIYA (CLA) in HAUSSA from SOFIA-KOSTINBROD. SINPO = 35433. OM fala e em seguida mÃsica nigeriana. Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 8752KM from transmitter at Sofia-Kostinbrod. Local time: 1513.

15565Khz 1626 12 SET - RADIO VATICANA (VATICAN CITY STATE) in SOMALI from SANTA MARIA DI GALERIA. SINPO = 25422. OM fala. Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 7963KM from transmitter at Santa Maria di Galeria. Local time: 1326.

15105Khz 1609 12 SET - TRANS WORLD RADIO (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) in KIRUNDI from MANZINI/MPANGELA RANCH. SINPO = 25432. OM fala. Sinal fraco, moderado Fading. O sinal alterna em tempo com Ãudio constante e muito claro a desvanecimento quase total. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 7497KM from transmitter at Manzini/Mpangela Ranch. Local time: 139.

15235Khz 1607 12 SET - CHANNEL AFRICA (SOUTH AFRICA) in FRANCÃS from MEYERTON. SINPO = 25433. OM e YL apresentam notÃcias com rÃpidos trechos de mÃsica instrumental. . Received at Feira de Santana, Brasil, 7146KM from transmitter at Meyerton. Local time: 137.

Algumas das escutas podem ser ouvidas no link:
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Antena DS Delta Loop
Feira de Santana BA
Brasil
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Glenn Hauser logs September 11, 2018  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, September 12 2018

Logs
** CUBA. 6100, Sept 11 at 0608, this RHC English is only S6-S8 and
undermodulated, very much inferior to the others, 6165, 6060 and 6000.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** CUBA [and non]. 11860, Sept 11 at 2005, Radio Martà in Spanish and
RHC in Brazuguese, about equal levels making slow SAH of less than 1
Hz, taking turns dominating over each other, and not much jamming
noise if any. If this is for Europe as scheduled, why are they
speaking with a pronounced Brazilian accent? Even the icon on homepage
leading to language sexions employs the flag of Portugal, not Brasil.

I have speculated about why this collision was authorized and
prolonged now for more than a month. Here`s another: skip distances.
Beyond short groundwave range from Bauta or wherever near Habana, most
of Cuba will not be getting much from RHC before the first hop comes
down toward the east end. So Martà can crash right into the ``dead
zone`` of RHC without Cubans hearing much of RHC anyway (unlike those
of us outside). Whether RHC may be getting side QRM from Greenville in
Portugal or Brasil targets is another matter; and the Cuban commies
remain faced with the choice of jamming themselves along with Martà or
letting it go.

Watch out whether Hurricane Florence affect any upcoming Greenville
transmissions! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KIRITIMATI. 846, Sept 11 at 0615, JBA carrier from presumed R.
Kiribati, getting to be a regular. See also UNID 936 (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MEXICIO. 820, Sept 11 at 1217, canned ID amid romantic music with
heavy beat, as ``Canal ochocientos veinte, ABC Radio``. It`s been
making a SAH with WBAP of slightly under 1 Hz, about 55 fades per
minute, first noticed a few minutes earlier but peaking now with WBAP
nulled as much as possible.

It`s XEABCA, Mexicali BCN. WRTH 2018 shows 3.5/0.5 kW, named instead
Radio Frontera. IRCA Mexican Log of 2015 (will there ever be a new
one?) contains both names. Not bad at a kilomile, especially if on
night power as it should be, and non-direxional per NRC Pattern Book
of 2013 (a new edition of 2018 has just been published!). But not too
unusual here on SRS (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MEXICO. 870, Sept 11 at 1202, XETAR, La Voz de la Sierra
Tarahumara, sign-on procedure with many IDs in Spanish and native
languages, also singing, mentions of CDI parent agency [concesionario:
COMISION NACIONAL PARA EL DESARROLLO DE LOS PUEBLOS INDÃGENAS]. On the
DX-398 it`s separable from WWL remnants. I`ve seen its website before,
but looking for it in the WRTH 2018, on page 281, 870 XETAR is keyed
as station CH18) in Chihuahua state -- but the referenced entry on
page 284 for CH18) is obviously some other station, in Cuauhtemoc! If
XETAR be somewhere else in the CH sexion, I haven`t found it, but I do
notice another likely typo: CH12) as ``readiocanon800@latinmail.com``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1947 monitoring: confirmed Tuesday September
11 at 2040, the 2030 on WRMI 7780, tho JBA on the PL-880 portable.
Supposedly also on 5950, but inaudible.

Supposedly also on both an hour later at 2130 Tuesday, but straining
to hear on the home rig vs. high local noise level, definitely on
neither: 7780 with talk in language, maybe German, which would be RAE
relay; JBA 5950 also talk but unseems //, maybe Spanish, not WOR.

The WRMI frequency grid shows #1 7780 indeed in RAE German at 21-22
(really M-F only) from System F, while the same hour on #5 5950 as
with System D. Consulting the System D program sked below: it still
shows two hours of variety programming 20-22 daily on both 5950 and
7780, NOT including any RAE, and, yes, including WOR at both 2030 and
2130 Tue.

The System F program schedule directly contradicts this with RAE
German at 21-22 on 7780, as we were hearing. With 14 transmitters (tho
not all of them in use) and 12(?) Systems, the operation must be just
too complex to manage 100% accurately.

WOR NOT confirmed Tuesday Sept 11 at 2330 on WBCQ 9330.1, just BS,
altho new WOR has been available and notified some 23 hours earlier.
Next:
1030 UT Wednesday WRMI 5950
2100 UT Wednesday WRMI 9955
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v
2330 UT Wednesday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
2330 UT Thursday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
2330 UT Friday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
0629 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany
1230 UT Saturday WINB 9265 via Unique Radio
1431 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
2130 UT Saturday WBCQ 9330v [maybe, or 2330?]
0310vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM
1030 UT Sunday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780
2330 UT Sunday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955
0400 UT Monday WRMI webcast only
2330 UT Monday WBCQ 9330v [maybe]
0030 UT Tuesday WRMI 7730 [or 1948?]
2030 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 5950 [or 1948?]

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5830, Sept 11 at 0606, no signal from WTWW-1, no loss with
PPPP/SFAW, or is it propagation? No, neighbour 5935 WWCR is inbooming
at S9+40/50, so WTWW is OFF (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 3215, Sept 11 at 0611, S9+20 of dead air. Could WWCR-1 be on
the way to an overnight comeback? Program sked as of Sept 1 still
shows WWCR-1 totally off at 0400-1200 (Monday 0500-), including the
3215 span until 0900. Of course, 3215 is also a WWRB frequency, but
never at this hour unless a test (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A. 880-CUSB, Sept 11 at 1200 UT, partial ID for ``Western
Indian Network, Tuba City``, I.e. KTBA 760, the sibling station to the
one I am really hearing, KHAC, Tse Bonito NM, 10000/430 watts U1, the
perpetual day-power cheater.

The Tuba City AZ station I remember when I was in Navajoland several
years ago, was midband circa 1050? I guess they moved. Hunting for it
in the new NRC AM Log I checked the huge cross-reference by city and
found on page 246, Tse Bonito and Tuba City right next to each other
in alphabetical order. What are the chances of that?! Log also shows
both with the same address in Window Rock AZ. But I do not find a
Western Indian Network among Station Groups listed on page 301, nor
among the Networks on page 291 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 936, Sept 11 at 0620, I have been bandscanning up from
bottom of MW band, with east-west longwire on the R75 set at 9 kHz
steps, but minus 1 kHz from TA/TP channels, to hear any carriers on
USB tuning, besides 846 Kiritimati. Before dozing off at midband, I do
hit one on 936, in fact stronger than 846 but still JBA with no
modulation. It`s right-on frequency, so surely not a local artifact.

Consulting the WRTH TA and TP listings, I conclude it is most likely
SNRT, Agadir, Morocco, where sunrise today is right now: 0621 UT. Of
course, it`s post-sunrise in the rest of Africa and Europe except
maybe Spain with 3 x 20 kW Radio 5. I wonder if the F.Pl of two new
400 kW MW transmitters in Agadir has been consummated? It`s too early
for eastern Australia with 10 kW stations, much too early for China
with 200 KW, but sun set in Auckland NZ already at 0607 altho station
there is only 1 kW. So theoretically, 936 Agadir could be propagating
all the way to NZ now --- 11989 miles short path to Mangawhai, per
crowflies, not onward from here, but along the coasts of Brazil and
Argentina, around Cape Horn and the southern Pacific ocean. Has Bryan
Clark heard it? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 0335 UT September 12
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