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Glenn Hauser logs December 28, 2019  View Printable Version 
Sunday, December 29 2019

Logs


Sunday Dec 29 from 07.45 UT

CUBA 5025even R Rebelde from Bauta center noted in NJ and Edmonton
at 07.45 UT, S=9+20dB, 11.2 kHz wideband audio block.

6100even RHC Bauta powerhouse mx at 07.50 UT on Dec 29.
S=9+30dB to California / Vancouver target azimuth.
N o t the only 49 mband outlet this Sunday morning English service,
also 6145 kHz from Bauta in use, surprise, surprise.

6145even RHC English also from Bauta site, S=9+20dB at Chicago 340degr
azimuth outlet. 20.8 kHz wideband audio block.
Better broader modulation visible also on screen than 6100 kHz.

At 07.59:10 UT Esperanto Sunday special annmt on both channels.

At 08.09:20 UT the 6100 kHz Bauta OFF AIR CUT - now.

Remains on
6145even kHz, noted in Edmonton Alberta S=9+20dB -58dBm.

At 08.17:30 UT the other 6145 kHz switched also OFF AIR.
Cut off midst on the Esperanto program procedure.

Surprise, surprise on RadioCuba facilities.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 29)


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Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs December 28, 2019


** CUBA. 6000, Dec 28 at 0456, RHC English suptorted; wiggle that
patchcord. Something's always wrong at RHC.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6060, Dec 28 at 0528, RHC Spanish with a frequency
announcement: something on 25m, 9535, 5040 and FM --- missing the very
frequency I am hearing! What do they know? Something's always wrong at
RHC. Except for Esperanto, I think the other languages, certainly
English, do not even attempt to announce times or frequencies, so they
cannot be *wrong*! Spanish should consider the same, or better yet,
get everything coördinated and accurately announced. That'll be the
day (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
this report dispatched at 2118 UT December 28
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Glenn Hauser logs December 28, 2019  View Printable Version 
Saturday, December 28 2019

Logs
** ALBANIA. I haven`t monitored intensively, but am wondering if the
CRI Cërrik relay station be off the air completely? Still missing Dec
28 from 6020 & 9570 in our evenings. If still heard on any earlier
scheduled frequencies, can we be sure they be not from some other site
substituting? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CANADA. 340 kHz, Dec 28 at 0515 UT, dash and YY, ND beacon of only
two letters; 500 watts from Mont Joli, Quebec.

258 kHz, Dec 28 at 0753 UT, ND beacon ZSJ; difficult copy vs lightning
crashes from approaching winter storm, at first not sure whether ZIJ.
But this is 1000 watts from Sandy Lake, Ontario. Must have been a dash
too, but unnoted as I was offdozing. DXinfocentre.com shows this the
only NAm beacon on 258 ---- and none at all on 259, a wide-open
frequency (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6000, Dec 28 at 0456, RHC English suptorted; wiggle that
patchcord. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6060, Dec 28 at 0528, RHC Spanish with a frequency
announcement: something on 25m, 9535, 5040 and FM --- missing the very
frequency I am hearing! What do they know? Something`s always wrong at
RHC. Except for Esperanto, I think the other languages, certainly
English, do not even attempt to announce times or frequencies, so they
cannot be *wrong*! Spanish should consider the same, or better yet,
get everything coördinated and accurately announced. That`ll be the
day (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 13839, 13769, 13630, 13561 approx., Dec 28 at 1522, FM/AM
spurblobs from RHC 13700 at roughly 69.5 kHz intervals. Currently
these are erupting just about every morning. Something`s always wrong
at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ECUADOR. 6050, Sat Dec 28 at 0450, very poor signal S4-S7, HCJB
must still be on? M&W maybe German, 0453 music. 0500 no timesignal,
but Musikwechsel, now a little better and pretty sure talk is German
intonation, still at 0518 but off by 0530 (when ELWA is supposed to be
starting). From more than a month ago:

``Ecuador - Radio HCJB Quito once again broadcasts a Saturday only
programme for the German speaking DX community. After some changes, it
was heard on 23 November 2019 at 0400-0430 h UTC on 6050 kHz (ex
0300-0330 and 0330-0400 h). The time was confirmed by Horst Rosiak in
Quito. He also decided to drop the second broadcast because after 0430
h reception of the tiny 6050 kHz signal would be overpowered by AWR
French on nearby 6045 kHz. The DX programme is not listed in their
official schedule
https://andenstimme.org/wp-content/uploads/Horario6050.pdf (dated 20
November 2019).
(Dr. Hansjoerg Biener 24 November 2019)``

Aoki/NDXC now shows no German but Spanish and indigenous languages
until 0500; on 6050, nothing else but Tibet from 0400 = midday there;
Malaysia from 0500, also midday and surely inactive. EiBi shows no
German from HCJB either, and not after 0400.

HjB replies: ``Ecuador - I did not check the Saturday only German DX
programme from Radio HCJB Quito, but your observation is probably
correct. From 7 December 2019 the following schedule should have gone
into effect: 0400-0430 and 0500-0530 h UT: 6050 kHz (Pichincha 1 kW)
Saturdays only. Unfortunately, on 7 December 2019, the internet feed
to Mt. Pichincha was down. So, the regular FM service of Radio HCJB
was automatically relayed instead (Dr Hansjoerg Biener 28 December
2019)`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** HAWAII [and non]. 90.1, Sat Dec 28 from 1800 UT I miss via KUCO the
first hour+ of this week`w live MetOpera broadcast of Mozart`s ``Magic
Flute``, abridged version under 2 hours, in English suitable for all
ages. All Conterminous US affiliates must(?) broadcast Met live, so
will there be no chance for a playback? Publicradiofan.com shows later
airings in AK & HI tnx to their timezone differences, including KHPR,
Hawaii PR Sat from 2300 UT. Always check each station`s own info for
confirmation; in fact it`s the HPR-2 stream now scheduled at 3 pm
local = 0100 UT Sunday, which is when I plan to pick it up again.

Next week, Sat Jan 4, `Der Rosenkavalier` by R Strauss, a long one
which will have to start an hour early at 1700 UT at least on the live
network (I object to these shifts: let them run late if necessary
rather than start early) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MALI. 17880, Dec 28 at 1608, VP S5-S7 in Arabic, which is CRI via
Bamako this hour only, at 20 degree azimuth which couldn`t be worse
for us, aimed at N African coast; yet it`s the OSOB as propagation
favors it; 17775 KVOH provides not even a JBA carrier, unsure if be on
at all for `Wavescan` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 6925-USB, Dec 28 at 0359, S9-S7 hard rock dance beat
pirate music; 0405 segué to slow tune with piano, and more uptempo;
0418 SSTV beepery; 0419 announcement mixing but can`t copy; 0428 more
SSTV; 0430 ``Welcome to the mental health hotline ---``; 0445 SSTV and
more music; 0504 still music; next check 0519 apparently replaced by
something else on different frequency.

These say 6925-USB was Pee Wee; with noisy SSTV images as IDs
https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,61739.0.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. UNID pirate(s): 6923-AM, Dec 28 at 0519, music, VP
S4-S5, after having heard Pee Wee on 6925-USB for more than an hour,
so apparently replacing it. Not for long; then:

6924.1-USB, Dec 28 at 0522 preaching and music, a third pirate? all
gone by 0530. These two were not reported by anyone on HFU after Pee
Wee sent ``Bye Bye`` around 0508 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. Got a surprise msg from Texas Radio Shortwave:

``Ahoy Matey Glenn - Quartermaster read your comment about QSLs in
Free Radio Weekly #1241 and said if you’d include a bit more detail in
your published reports he’d tell Third Mate to send you a TRSW
verification. Cap’n handpicks images for all our eQSLs and said he’d
select a really nice one for yours. We’re taking the holidays off from
plundering shipping along the lower Texas coast, but we’ll be back
with more broadcasts after January 1. We hope you’ll tune in. Always
be yourself. Unless you can be a pirate. Then always be a pirate. 73
and Arrgghh. Texas Radio Shortwave
https://www.facebook.com/texasradiosw
Sailing to your ears from the Lone Star State``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA. Since I had to be awake before 1330 UT Sat Dec 28, I
continue after 1400 UT with the repeat from UT Thu 0200 of this week`s
`Performance Oklahoma` on KUCO 90.1. It`s a repeat from earlier this
year of an all-female quartet, well worth hearing again here in the NW
OK wasteland without chamber music.

``Chamber Music in Oklahoma --- Skride Piano Quartet

A new classical supergroup comprised of four leading European
soloists, the Skride Piano Quartet features four like-minded musicians
who have individually achieved success at the highest levels. Sisters,
soloists and regular duo partners, Baiba and Lauma Skride sought out
two of their favourite chamber music colleagues in Lise Berthaud and
Harriet Krijgh to create the ensemble which made its first North
American tour this season and represented by MKI Artists. Appearing as
guests of Chamber Music in Oklahoma in the society’s fourth concert of
the season presented on Sunday, March 17th, the quartet offered
highlights of the standard piano quartet repertory with works by
Gustav Mahler, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johannes Brahms.

Performance Oklahoma is heard each Wednesday evening at 8 pm and
Saturday morning at 8 am on Classical KUCO and Saturday evening at 8
pm on Classical KWTU`` [CST = 0200 & 1400 UT]

O, how I wish I were within easy access of OKC on those Sunday
afternoons at 4, even tho the venue is Christ the King Catholic
Church, whose school in my junior-high era was considered a loathsome
sports rival. Unfortunately, 90.1 drops to dead air at 1448 UT in the
middle of a piece, and stays silent for a long time when I give up;
unknown if also applied to webcast since computer was off again. But I
shall have another chance to pick it up at 0248 UT Sunday via Public
Radio Tulsa`s KWTU stream, right after I hear the start of the Met via
HAWAII, q.v. (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7290-LSB, Sat Dec 28 at 1610, no signals from the 7290
Traffic Net around Texas, which is scheduled from 10 am CT Mon-Sat, as
heard Dec 26 during their other span until 2000. Maybe it opened and
closed already instead of until 1800? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A [non]. 9800, Dec 28 at 1857 on caradio, 1 kHz tone test; 1858
Yankee Doodle Dandy/VOA sign-on; but RFE/RL ID! just before 1900
opening ``Welcome to the VOA --- in Korean``. This is one of those
21-degree antennas from Tinang, PHILIPPINES, which carries right on
back into the deep USA (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. ``Distracted by WBCQ and other programming, I miss
checking my own trimulcast, 0130 UT Sat on WRMIs 5050, 5810 and 7780.
Did anyone hear them?``

Correxion: how did I get two of the frequencies wrong? More distraxion
[proofread!]. Should have been 5010, 5850. Coincidentally, Ron Howard
remarx concerning Madagascar: ``Was also listening tonight (Dec 28 -
Saturday UT), but at 0150. Noted WRMI (5010.0) with Glenn's World of
Radio program, with very faint African music coming through
underneath. Unable to measure off frequency. Ron, California`` --- so
it seems they are on before 0200 despite WRMI/WOR!

``Also need to confirm whether Sat 1300 on 15770 be canceled, as Ivo
has reported, even if it take waking up early and bringing up
UTwente.``

So I do set the alarum for 1320; as usual, 15770 direct to here is a
JBA carrier at best this early; but at UTwente SDR, a VG signal and
WOR *is still* running at this time. Tnx also to Richard Langley and
Ivo Ivanov:

``No, not cancelled. Listening to it now (28 December, 1325 UT) but
full program being recorded via the U. Twente SDR receiver with a good
signal. -- Richard Langley``

``12-14 UT on 15770 this week from December 23 all programs are as
scheduled, instead of Supreme Master TV previous week till December
22. Confirmed RAE, Alameda BF, Your Weekend Show and today World of
Radio & Shortwave Radiogram`` -- Ivo Ivanov.

Probably confirmed Sat Dec 28 at 2054, JBA on WA0RCR, 1860-AM,
Missouri, vs hi local noise level on 160, sounds like me for the 2030v
airing. Next:

0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415]
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0130 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE, 9395 to NNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 6160v? to WSW
0430 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SSE
0900 UT Monday Unique Radio NSW 5045-USB
0930 UT Monday Unique Radio NSW 5045-USB [another episode]
1900vUT Monday IRRS 7290 Romania? to WNW
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
0900 UT Wednesday Unique Radio NSW 5045-USB
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

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

** U S A. 5970, Dec 28 at 0738, NO signal from WEWN Spanish. Often
weak but totally missing now, while e.g. 5950 WRMI/SMTV at a more
favorable longer skip distance is in well (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5830 & 5085, Dec 28 at 0740, both WTWWs are still running,
PPPP/SFAW and rock music resp., as usually the case when I check this
late, but I have no idea when they go off; never on by when I`m up
again, 1400 or 1500. Except on weekends, usually not on before 0200.
Daytime frequency 9475 very seldom on, and even less so, 9930 for #2.
#3 not caught testing(?) 15810 for many months now (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 6923-AM & 6924.1-USB: see NORTH AMERICA [pirates]

UNIDENTIFIED. 7475, Dec 28 at 1611, S7-S8 mystery carrier again. Rick
Barton replies to my previous item about it:

``I have been hearing this very often, especially when sweeping the
dial for the YHWH pirate. I am finding it to be an interesting
mystery. I hadn't mentioned it before myself, as I was still wondering
if it was a mixing product from some local source (that has been a
problem here in the past). I had checked the channel just before
seeing your post. At 0615 here on 12/28 UT, I had an over S-9 reading
here with outdoor longwire. I will be eagerly awaiting input from
other listeners. 73 from AZ - rb`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 7665, Dec 28 at 1612, S5-S7 of music, presumably CNR1
jammer again on new frequency. Still has not made it into latest
Aoki/NDXC dated 2300 UT Dec 27 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

this report dispatched at 2118 UT December 28
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JRX Logs December 28, 2019  View Printable Version 
Saturday, December 28 2019

Logs
JRX Logs_ December 28, 2019
Receiver (s)_ Tecsun S-2000 & XHDATA D-808
Antenna (s)_ Longwire & Mini Loop to SW

CHINA
** 7390. Dec 28, 2019. 2018-2029, China Radio International, Xian-Xianyang-CHN, in Serbian language. A song; 2020 Man and woman announcers talk; 2023 A traditional chinese song; 2026 Man talks, woman talks too, and other song. Reception with good signal and fair modulation, 45433.

CLANDESTINE
** 12050. Dec 28, 2019. 2003-2015, Radio Ndarason International, Ascension Island-ASC, in Kanuri. Woman announcer talking with a woman; 2005 A brief song and a conversation with a woman by man announcer. Very good reception, 55544. 

COLLISION
** 11780. Dec 28, 2019. 1749-1800, Collision between RFI (Man announcer talks in fulfulde language and a african song) and RNA (Brazilian songs). After 1758 ends RFI program and Radio Nacional da Amazônia is free of interference!

GUINEA
** 9650. Dec 28, 2019. 2043-2110, Radio Guinée, Conakry-GUI, in French. A guinean good song; Man announcer talks, ID and next, talking with a listener by phone and other song; All musical program! 2104 Man talks, ID - Radioddifusion Nationale, and begins a newsletter. Good reception, 45544.

INDIA
** 11560. Dec 28, 2019. 1701-1715, All India Radio, Bengaluru-IND, in Russian. Man talks news, presumed; 1703 A song - a long song! ID; man announcer talks. Fair reception with fades, 35433.Note: My 1st log in russian language!
** 12025. Dec 28, 2019. 1717-1730, All India Radio, Panaji-Goa-IND, in Hindi. Man announcer talks and next a song; 1722 Man talks and other song1729 ID. Poor reception, 35422.

MADAGASCAR** 11625. Dec 28, 2019. 1735-1747, Vatican Radio, Talata-Volonondry-MDG, in Tigrinya. Man announcer talks during all log. Fair reception, 35433.Parallel log on 9705kHz relay SM di Galeria, 25422, with fades.

MALI** 15125. Dec 28, 2019. 1643-1657, China Radio International, Bamako-MLI, in Arabic. Man and woman talk; 1649 ID by woman voice; 1650 Chinese Lesson by woman and man voices; 1655 Man talks, ID and frequencies in kilohertz; 1657 Ends program. Fair reception, 35533.

SÃO TOMÉ E PRÍNCIPE
** 11900. Dec 28, 2019. 2031-2041, Voice of America, Pinheira-STP, in Hausa. Woman and man announcers talk; ID; 2038 VOA ID jingle and returns announcers. Fair reception, 35433.

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Cabedelo, Brazil (UTC-3)

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LOG 23, 24, 25, 26 y 27 DE DICIEMBRE  View Printable Version 
Saturday, December 28 2019

Logs
** ARGENTINA [NON] ** USA. 5800. RAE. Diciembre 24. 0100- 0155 UTC. Vía
WRMI. Noticias políticas, culturales y deportivas de Argentina hasta las
0113. Luego espacio musical y anuncios de “felices fiestas” con la voz de
una niña, junto a identificaciones de la emisora a las 0119, para pasar
inmediatamente después a un especial acerca de la música de Horacio Fontova
hasta las 0130. luego identificación y saludos de navidad, por parte de la
emisora y espacio musical hasta las 0138, luego segmento sobre información
de ciencia hasta las 0148, después se emite un tango, saludos navideños,
identificación de la emisora y resumen de noticias, conjuntamente a la
despedida del servicio en español. SINPO: 45343 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle,
Chile)

** ARGENTINA [NON] ** USA. 5800. RAE. Diciembre 27. 0130 - UTC. Música,
identificación de la emisora y retorno a la música, identificación
navideña. A las 0140, se habla de un informe de la ONU sobre violaciones en
Haití, Declaraciones polémicas del Ex Presidente Mujica sobre el feminismo,
Bolsonaro cierra canal de TV en Brasil, luego lectura de horarios y
frecuencias, junto a presentación de espacio de música hasta las 0152,
cuando se emite un espacio de resumen de noticias y despedida del servicio
en español. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** BRASIL. 11780. R.N.A. Diciembre 26. 2001 - 2016 UTC. Espacio de música y
comentarios de una mujer. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL
660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** CHINA [NON] ** CUBA. 13650. CRI. Diciembre 26. 2322- UTC. Música
tradicional. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** CUBA. 15370. Diciembre 25. 2309- 2343 UTC. Noticias sobre la labor de
médicos cubanos en Venezuela, luego se habla de la Orquesta Sinfónica
Nacional y de las leyes de trato a los animales. A las 2323, “Estampas de
Cuba” acerca del museo histórico municipal hasta las 2327 cuando se emiten
informaciones deportivas, luego identificación de la emisora y espacio
acerca de la situación de la embajada de México en Bolivia. A las 2340, se
emite el espacio acerca de una actriz cubana. SINPO: 55444 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha:
Ovalle, Chile)

** IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Diciembre 23. 0030 - 0100 UTC. Programa de comentarios
al respecto de Estados Unidos e Israel. A las 0035, segmento: “Claves para
la vida” con temáticas acerca del Islam. Luego un programa de conversación
sobre la Alianza del Pacífico entre otras alianzas en latinoamerica. SINPO:
44444 con leve interferencia de una emisora china en la misma
frecuencia. (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de
escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Diciembre 24. 0040 - 0100 UTC. Programa acerca de la
condena del eurodiputado Junqueras de España. SINPO: 35333 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha:
Ovalle, Chile)

** IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Diciembre 26. 0045 - 0120 UTC. Programa: “Foro
Abierto” dedicado al Golpe de Estado en contra de Evo Morales en Bolivia y
los procesos de ilegalización de su partido. A las 0115, se habla acerca de
una estadísticas hasta las 0120, cuando la señal sale del aire. SINPO:
45343, mejora a las 0055 a 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Diciembre 27. 0015- UTC. Noticiero de HispanTV hasta
las 0025, luego anuncios de las frecuencias y horarios de emisión del
servicio en español. A las 0027, se emite: “Detrás de la Razón” con el tema
de la acusación al Presidente Donald Trump. Desde las 0057, se habla acerca
de los Palestinos hasta las 0105; luego programa acerca de las presiones a
Irán, las desigualdades en Estados Unidos. SINPO: 45444, desde las 0031
SINPO: 55444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de
30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 11795. KBS. Diciembre 26. 1140 - 1200 UTC. Programa
“Coreano en dramas” con frase de práctica. A las 1145, “La Nueva Era de la
Península Coreana” acerca de las negociaciones por los planes nucleares,
junto al papel mediador de China y acerca de un complejo industrial. Luego
despedida del servicio en español. SINPO: 45343 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle,
Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 11795. KBS. Diciembre 27. 1120 - 1235 UTC. Espacio acerca
de un pianista coreano. Luego “Corea a diario” SINPO: 45343, desde las 1125
SINPO: 25232 con mucho ruido de banda. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL
660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH [NON] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Diciembre 23. 0112- 0200 UTC. Vía
WHRI. Segmento: “¿Qué sonaba ayer? Con una descripción y emisiones
destacadas de diciembre del año 2008, junto con comentarios acerca del tema
de las mismas. A las 0123 se habla de las canciones KPOP referidas a La
Navidad y luego se emite la canción titulada: “Nuestro primer invierno”.
Desde las 0132, se presenta un especial de AOA. A las 0140, se emite el
segmento: “El Rincón del Melomano” con mensajes y solicitud de canciones
navideñas por parte de los oyentes. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle,
Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH [NON] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Diciembre 25. 0103- 0200 UTC. Noticias
acerca de Norcorea, compensación de Japón sobre las esclavas sexuales de
Corea. A las 0110, especial noticioso acerca de la desnuclearización. Desde
las 0115, se emite: “Corea a diario” con información sobre el congelamiento
del Río Han, Efectos del cambio climático, el efecto de la música en Inglés
en Corea y del efecto del KPOP en otros países. Luego espacio de música
hasta la 0125, cuando se pasa a un espacio de información deportiva. Desde
las 0131, se vuelve al programa: “Corea a diario” acerca de la gira de BTS,
Acerca de la comparación de la dieta coreana tradicional, aquella
internacional y la americana popular, después espacio musical hasta las
0140 cuando se emite: “Coreano en dramas” con la práctica de una frase. Desde
las 0143, “Páginas y autores” con la lectura de un cuento de navidad y
mención a la influencia de Charles Dickens en algunos autores Coreanos y en
sus respectivos cuentos. SINPO: 45444. desde las 0129 con SINPO: 55544 //
11810 con SINPO: 35222 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH [NON] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Diciembre 26. 0122 - 0200 UTC.
Especial al respecto de las energías renovables y de los paneles
fotovoltaicos. Junto a su promoción y usos domésticos. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de
escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** ROMANIA. 11800. R, ROMANIA INTL. Diciembre 26. 0300-0400 UTC. Noticias
acerca de la navidad en Rumanía. Luego especial acerca de costumbres
rumanas para la celebración de la Navidad hasta las 0320, cuando se dan
datos de contacto con la emisora. Después se emite un espacio de datos
estadísticos sobre Rumania en el 2019, tal como la situación infantil y la
educación, luego un espacio musical con villancicos, para pasar a un
segmento acerca del trigo y de algunas comidas, junto a música rumana hasta
las 0340, que es el momento desde el cual se comienzan a dar informaciones
deportivas, tanto actuales como históricas. A las 0351, espacio de
música. Luego
se indican los horarios y frecuencias, junto a los datos de contacto de la
emisora. SINPO: 43443 con interferencia de una emisora china en la misma
frecuencia. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de
30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** SAUDI ARABIA. 11860. R,Republic of Yemen Radio. Diciembre 24. 2215- 2230
UTC. Espacio de música. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL
660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** TURKEY. 7280. VOT. Diciembre 26. 0200-0212 UTC. Noticias acerca de la
relación entre Siria y Turquía, Barco de migrantes hundido en Turquía,
Declaración de la OMS acerca de la situación de salud en el noroeste de
Siria, Embajada de México en La Paz, Bolivia. Luego se habla de la
automovilística de Turquía. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN
PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** USA. 5980. R. MARTI. Diciembre 26. 1030 - 1045 UTC. Noticias acerca de
los derechos humanos en Cuba, Campaña del observatorio cubano de DDHH,
Decreto 349, Relaciones entre Estados Unidos y Cuba; Religión Yoruba.
SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de
30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)
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Glenn Hauser logs December 27-28, 2019  View Printable Version 
Saturday, December 28 2019

Logs
** ALGERIA [non]. 6105, Dec 27 at 0656, ME music with reverb, heavy
splash from 6100 CUBA, but off at 0659, and 6100 off by 0700. It`s RTA
via FRANCE, the 0600 hour supposed to be Qur`an, but evidently not
entirely (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ANGUILLA. 6090, Fri Dec 27 at 0658, S9+20 of dead air, 0700 comes
to life with music, Dead Gene Scott with hum. Convoluted ``schedule``,
we found on TUN/PMS website months ago and quoted, not the merely full
registered span of 2200-1000 as in Aoki or HFCC;

EiBi now has it showing I tuned in before official sign on Fridays
only: 0700-1000; also UT Tue/Wed/Fri 0100-0400, Wed 0400-0505, and Fri
0000-0100.

Also shows fraxured sked for day frequency 11775 within 1000-2200
possible block: 1000-1300 Wed, 1200-1600 Thu, 1600-2200 Sun, 1700-2000
Sat.

Note: WRTH 2020, ANGUILLA refers us to USA: University Network for
sked, mixed in with WWCR --- but the times are wrong, for 11775 five
hours later than above! Must have been confused, misconverting EST.
But the WWCR times could be correct, not breaking the day 13845/night
5935 barrier (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CHINA [and non]. 6075, Dec 27 at 1612, 2.5 hours after sunrise
here, two stations mixing, music and Chinese. Aoki shows one of
countless spots for RTI vs CNR1 jamming (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** CHINA. 7665, Dec 27 at 1540, Chinese, S7-S9 with flutter. Strikes
me as something new, and indeed no listings in latest Aoki, EiBi or of
course HFCC. Most likely a CNR1 jammer against a new Sound of Hope
frequency (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 13560, 13630, 13770, and weaker 13840 approx., Dec 27 at
1510, today`s spurblobs from 13700 RHC at 70 kHz intervals, the lower
one clashing with constant local part 15 RF ID or ISM noises; wonder
if Cuba could cause them malfunxion? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA. 88.0v, Dec 27 at 1440 and later, big carrier cuts on and
off irregularly, blotting out bits of 88.1 KWOU we are trying to
listen to. Surely it`s that damn Family Radio translator in Enid,
K202BY supposed to be on 88.3 but no real transmissions for months, a
legacy of Harold Camping (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** SAUDI ARABIA. 1521.0, Dec 27 at 2226, tell-tale 1-kHz het upon 1520
KOKC, from the 2 megawatts in Duba. I keep listening carefully for its
expected cutoff around 2230-2231. Not heard after 2230:54, altho at
first seemed off some 20 seconds earlier, but hard to tell with
musiQRM from KOKC commercial, and/or some fading. Het was the same
pitch as from 891 upon 890 KTLR/WLS. So this time it is certainly not
the nearby 1520.7 station (Glenn Hauser, OK,, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** TURKEY. 5980, Dec 27 at 2221, VOT in Turkish is still on beyond
scheduled 2200*, S8 to S9+10; off at 2243 check. Something`s always
wrong at Emirler. This is the one aimed USward and heard as early as
1900. 5960 English is successful from 2300 today (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7615-USB, Fri Dec 27 at 1541, Civil Air Patrol net, fonetik
maybe encrypted message slowly read out by Red Bear 4, S9+20; much
weaker contact reads it back, and Red Bear 4 makes a correxion.
Autobeep at end of each transmission saving them from having to utter
over, or talkover if overlooked. Other one ID as Triblade 327, out. I
think Triblade is the net callsign. A CAP tactical call roster shows
several Reds, but no Bears, so maybe I misheard: Dragon NJ, Fire IN,
Fox IL, Robin MI, Rock AZ, Cloud NE (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 2014 monitoring: confirmed first USSW
broadcast, Friday December 27 from about 2300:10 vs Cuban jamming
against us on WRMI 9955. This week the jamming does not gradually
diminish to nothing but continues the entire semihour; during much of
it, WOR is atop and readable, but WRMI fades at 2318, and out at 2323,
back up at 2326.

Distracted by WBCQ and other programming, I miss checking my own
trimulcast, 0130 UT Sat on WRMIs 5050, 5810 and 7780. Did anyone hear
them? Also need to confirm whether Sat 1300 on 15770 be canceled, as
Ivo has reported, even if it takes waking up and bringing up UTwente.

1300 UT Saturday WRMI 15770 to NE [canceled?]
2030vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415]
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0130 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE, 9395 to NNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 6160v? to WSW
0430 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SSE
0900 UT Monday Unique Radio NSW 5045-USB
0930 UT Monday Unique Radio NSW 5045-USB [another episode]
1900vUT Monday IRRS 7290 Romania? to WNW
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
0900 UT Wednesday Unique Radio NSW 5045-USB
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

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

** U S A. 7490.08v, Fri Dec 27 at 2245 caught WBCQ, last quarter of
`Behaviour Night` with ``Glowworm`` playing first; poor S9-S6.

UT Sat Dec 28 from 0100, I`m on 7490 webcast instead despite
distortion/overmodulation problem on Winamp which has been going on
since last weekend; at least it is here? Is it that way for others?
`Allan and Angela Worldwide,` mostly ranting about Free Speech. No
significant news concerning S-S or programming. At 0151 says
simulcasting on 7490 and 5130, so I check SW for those at 0157: 7490
is JBA; 5130 S9 but already cut to the IS & ID loop before AAAWWW is
finished, as John Carver has been noting for weeks. Why do they do
that? Over to John for a lot more detail:

``Tonight's show started on time on a very poor 7490. No signal on
5130 as of yet. Opening talk about the upcoming new year and how lucky
Allan is to have Angela. Allan stated that the superstation was
working just fine and he was proud of the work his crew was doing up
there to keep things running smoothly. Allan also says he doesn't want
to get political this evening, but he questions whether or not the
economy is doing as well as Washington says it is, and he also wonders
if the unemployment rate is as low as they say it is, as it doesn't
seem like that to him. Angela forcefully argues that the economy is
doing really well and the unemployment rate is down. She posits that
the new people working are working for lower wages so seem to be
struggling.

While maintaining that he still backs Trump Allan questions our
relationships with North Korea and Russia implying that they are not
to be trusted. He also takes a shot at Trump's proposed space force as
he believes it will just lead to more unwinnable wars. He also takes
exception to the size of the country's defense budget.

The discussion quickly changes to an overview of the regulations
governing OTA radio and TV programs as opposed to the regulations of
cable, satellite and private radio and TV. Allan maintains that there
should just be one set of regulations for all and that there should be
no censorship. Phone call at 0139 concerning censorship. The
regulations concerning social media were also mentioned.

Phone call at 0149 from Canada concerning the superstaion and also
questioning the alleged ten second delay the caller was hearing during
his phone call. Allan explained that it was the lag that sending the
signal to the station over the internet caused {and emphasizes that
his stations never insert delays for censorship -- gh}.

He then announced that they were broadcasting on 7490 and 5130 this
evening and a quick check confirmed that 5130 was finally working. I
stayed on 5130 as the signal was better. The talk then immediately
turned to a discussion of snakes, of all things. Reading of the Free
Radio Weekly began at 0154 and immediately the nonstop station IDs for
the last six minutes of the hour started on 5130 so I moved back to
7490. Phone call at 0157 from Pirate Joe stating that 5130 was running
nonstop station IDs. Closing prayer at 0159 interrupted by the start
of the next program. John, Mid-North Indiana`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 620, Dec 27 at 1415 UT, 8:15 timecheck and Fond du Lac ad,
other Wisconsin references. No doubt WTMJ Milwaukee, U4 50/10 kW one
semihour after sunrise here. Nice to hear without really trying,
something besides KTAR AZ sports or the predominant KTNO TX gospel
huxtering in Spanish. E-W longwire helps, minimising KTNO.

O, both day and night patterns are supposed to shoot tight slightly
east of north, virtually nothing to south or side direxions. Something
must be wrong there, which explains why I seldom hear it. In fact, a
quick search of my logs does not find WTMJ in the past sesquidecade!
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 820, Dec 27 at 1423 UT right into ID for ``WCPT, 820,
Chicago`s Progressive Talk``, atop WBAP TX. Lucky city to have one
progressive station among all the regressive outlets! Like WBAP,
flagship of `Red Eye Radio`. E-W longwire helps to minimise WBAP to
the south. Is U2, 5.8/1.5 kW, so day pattern N-D; CoL Willow Springs
which is just south of the I-55/294 junxion, SW of The Loop, but that
does not mean its transmitter site has to be there. WAIT, is that its
correct callsign? I guess so, matching the slogan. Here still exist on
the radio, Stephanie Miller, Thom Hartmann, Amy Goodman, et al. (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 870, Dec 27 at 1425 UT, report on Indian affairs from KUER
in Utah -- it`s NPR Morning Edition, soon matched to KWOU and to KOSU
delayed by IBOC. Hearing any public radio on AM is extremely rare here
altho I did have WSUI 910 IA the other morning, but what`s on 870?
1430 UT ID for ``105.1 and 870 AM, WKAR News Talk``. Of course, East
Lansing MI, but have I ever heard it before? Steady past 1440 with no
sign of XETAR, WWL, KFJZ or any other 870. WKAR is 10 kW direxional
daytimer, but not very, emphasizing northwest but no sharp nulls.
Official Dec and Jan sunrise is 1300 UT. I had this before on the
morning of Oct 29, 2015, at first as unID.

And you guessed it, 105.1 FM is a puny translator! Yet top billing.
Kenneth Vito Zichi in Williamston has complained in MARE that he can
only get them on AM which they are now downplaying. (Of course there
is also a full-power 85/85 kW on 90.5, WKAR-FM with different format,
classical/jazz/news) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 7475, Dec 27 at 1544, S9+10 open carrier, vs splatter
from 7490 WWCR; also with JBA clix once a second. This has been around
for some time, day or night. Rather like 10550 where the clix are
louder. What? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 15151.5-USB, Dec 27 at 1514, 2-way in Spanish, with
engine noise, INTRUDERS. This is a longtime channel for such, I first
reported on Oct 23, 2006; also in 2010, 2011, 2012; and in November
2019. Do DEA and USFWS know of it? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

This report despatched at 0324 UT December 28
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