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Christmas logs in Friol,  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, December 25 2019


Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

Christmas logs in Friol, Guatemala, Radio Verdad with extended program,
Equatorial Guinea, Radio Bata out of air, Vanuatu heard in Friol on

Tecsun S-8800, cable antenna, 8 meters

BOLIVIA, 3310, Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cotapachi, 0015-0028, 25-12, only
carrier detected today. (Méndez)

4875, Radiodifusora Roraima, Boavista, 2315-2343, 24-12, Brazilian
songs, Portuguese, comments. 25322. (Méndez)

CONGO, 6115, Radio Congo, Brazaville, 1710-, 24-12, French, comments,
African songs. 14321.
Also 0545-0612, 25-12, French, commnets, news, African songs. 25322.

CONGO, D. R. , 6210.2, Radio Kahuzi, Bukavu, 1724-1804*, 24-12,
Vernacular comments, extremely weak today, only audible on LSB. (Méndez)

ECUADOR, 6050, HCJB, Pichincha, 2340-2355, 24-12, Quechua, comments,
religious songs. Strong QRM from China on the same frequency. 12421.
Also *0923-0937, 25-12, open with songs and anthem, at 0930 Quechua,
comments. Very weak. 15321. (Méndez)

EQUATORIAL GUINEA, 5005, Radio Nacional, Bara, out air for the last
three days. (Méndez)

5950, Voice of Tigray Revolution, Addis Ababa, 1605-1615, 24-12, East
African songs, Vernacular comments. 24322. (Méndez)

ERITREA, 7140, Voice of Broad Masses, Asmara, 1655-1710, 24-12, East
African songs, Vernacuar comments. 24422. (Méndez)

Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Greetings on Board
Nauen, 6080, *1900-1920, 24-12, German, female, male, Christmas songs.
Nauen, 9740, *1900-1910, 24-12, German, female male. // 6080. 21421.

GUATEMALA, 4055, Radio Verdad, Chiquimula, 0550-0853, 25-12, religious
songs. Extended program today, Christmas Day, religious and Christmas
songs, Spanish religious comments, id “Estación Evangélica Radio
Verdad”. Very weak. 15321. (Méndez)

4810, AIR, Bhopal, 1725-1733, 24-12, Vernacular comments, Hindi songs,
at 1730, English, id. and news, “This is All India Radio, the news...”.
25322. (Méndez)

4910, AIR, Jaipur, 1731-1733, 24-12, English, news. 15311. (Méndez)

4950, AIR, Kashimir, 1730-1733, 24-12, English, news. 15321. (Méndez)

MADAGASCAR, 5009.9, Radio Nasionaly Malagasy, 1815-1843 , 24-12,
religious program, Holly Mass, at 1830 Vernacular comments. 25322.

MALASIA, 9835, Sarawak FM, Kajang, 1011-1035, 25-12, Malaysian, comment,
songs. 14321. (Méndez)

MEXICO, 6185, Radio Educación, Ciudad de México, 0018-0025, 25-12,
Spanish, news. 14321.
Also 0545-0601*, 25-12, classic music, at 0558 Spanish, comments, male
and female. 15321. (Méndez)

PERU, 4775, Radio Tarma, Tarma, 2320-2345, 24-12, Spanish, soccer
comments, male, female, advertisements. 14321. (Méndez)

ZAMBIA, 5915, Zambia NBC, Radio 1, Lusaka, 1758-1807, 24-12, English,
advertisements, at 1800 id. “ Zambia National Broadcasting
Corporation..., the news, the headlines”. 25322. (Méndez)

VANUATU, 5040, Radio Vanuatu, Port Vila, 0720-0810, 25-12, female, male,
English, comments, songs. Very weak. Heard when closed Radio Habana Cuba
on the same frequency. 15421. (Méndez)

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Glenn Hauser logs December 24-24, 2019  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, December 25 2019

** CUBA. 6145, Dec 24 at 0720, RHC English is S9-S7 and
undermodulated, while 6060 and all others are off this night.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING

** CUBA. 6000, Dec 25 at 0244, RHC English is S9+25 of dead air while
the only //, 6145 is just barely modulated S9+10.

6000, by 0518 Dec 25, has achieved suptorted modulation; while 6100 is
now on VG as is 6145 with some musical CCI, i.e. this hour from
ROMANIA. And now 6060 & 5040 are still in Spanish. Something`s always
wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** GERMANY [and non]. `Gruss an Bord`, the annual NDR special for
German mariners asea on Xmas eve: Quick chex just after 1900 and 2100
Dec 24 find all frequencies JBA carriers at best into OK. O well, we
are hardly aboard. Others further east or using SDRs had better luck.
One more check at 2238: 6145 Nauen & 6155 Armenia both VP S7-S9 but
less flutter on the latter. Perhaps someone will have recorded for
those wanting to hear it (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** JAPAN [non]. 7410, Dec 25 at 0507, NHK Warudo Radio Japan news in
English, S9+5, but Qur`an audible under. Since NHK is via FRANCE,
could it be a local mixture with Algerian relay? NO, also sked on 7410
before and after 0500 is SAUDI ARABIA`s Qur`aning. I wonder how that
worx in NHK`s South African target (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING

** KIRITIMATI. 846, Dec 25 at 0450, carrier here stronger than several
of the regular TA ones from Algeria, Spain, UK, and since there are
only low-powers in Europe on 846, as usual I assume this one really be
TP from London where the sun is already setting on one of the Xmas
islands, on Xmas day! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MADAGASCAR. 5009.92 approx., Dec 25 at 0236, weak S7 off-frequency
on the NRD545, no doubt RNM. 5010 WRMI is now off, but earlier at 0102
there was a het upon it measured on the R75 at 5009.961, so I am
wondering if it`s also the RNM carrier overnight in margin of error,
or something else, such as INDIA, or what? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX

** MADAGASCAR. 15155, Tue Dec 24 at 1840, Xmasmx is S9-S7 but JBM,
among few signals on band: it`s AWR English at 1830-1900. Logged this
before noting that two sites are listed: Sri Lanka only on Saturdays
where I guess the SDAs don`t mind working; axually barely in to local
Sunday. The Talatans need to pay more attention to Madulation (Glenn

** NEWFOUNDLAND. 2899-USB, Dec 25 at 0523, ATC asks for stations
standing by for Gander, then YL contacts, mentions 8901 secondary. Per
EiBi this frequency shared with Keflavik and Shannon. See also unID
5598 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 4015-USB, Dec 25 at 0230, nondescript pirate music
at S9+10, 0235 ID over music I think as Radio Free Whatever; 0252
another longer announcement but fading down; next song to be ``Get to
the Point``. Yes, it`s R.F.W. per these many logs:
Maybe not tonight, but this area is inhabited by MARS nets, best
avoided by pirates. Many of them are higher up in the 4`s (Glenn

** NORTH AMERICA. 6938-USB, Dec 24 at 2325, old news report about a
presidential Xmas party, outro as Columbia Broadcasting System; 2328
ID as ``You are listening to WFDR, New York; merry Christmas`` and
off. Many more reports here:

** NORTH AMERICA. 7469.99, Dec 25 at 0250, Station YHWH about as
strong as I`ve heard him, S9+10 peaking to 25, with anti-Christmas
sermon, concluding with request that listeners record and distribute
worldwide his two one-hour lexures. 0254 ``one last thought`` about
Yahweh`s plans, 0255 into themesong ``Days of Hard Life``, briefly cut
off and resuming; but I have to rush off to catch WUOT`s repeat of
FONLAC the opening of which I had missed, pro-arte of course.

Greg Hardison replied earlier, ``Here goes a link to the
sometimes-discussed "opening theme" used by YHWH:
As Glenn notes, some call it creepy. I would just say it's...well,
IMHO, *bad*. Some alternatives could be suggested here, including
"Guantanamera", Talking Heads' "Life During Wartime" or "Crosseyed and
Painless" (great group! I've seen them live four times); or anything
from Wall Of Voodoo's first album, or from the "Commercial Album" by
The Residents`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** TURKEY. 5980, Dec 24 at 1909, music at S4-S5 already as VOT Turkish
to WEu barrels what`s left of 500 kW USward, a sesquihour earlier than
I first noted it yesterday. Now it`s almost as strong as 5950 WRMI

** TURKEY. 7265 // 7280, Dec 25 at 0248 VOT Spanish in music, poor
S6-S7 but slightly weaker on the latter; as to be expected from
azimuths of 290 and 252 degrees, 7280 for further south in Latin
America. Certainly a lack of frequency diversity; they should at least
be on adjacent bands (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5890, Dec 25 at 0519, WWCR with S9+50 of dead air as seems
to happen at least once a week when this transmitter is supposed to be
off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1680, Dec 24 at 1837 UT, 5 minutes after local mean noon,
weak music must be KRJO Monroe LA, which of course dominates at night,
but now via daytime skywave. Translator tail ``My 99.7 FM`` wags this
dog (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 5598-USB, Dec 25 at 0500, ATCs wishing Merry Xmas,
mentions Santa Maria, backup 3491. North Atlantic route frequency
shared by NY, Gander, Shannon, and Azores. No mention of S. Claus

UNIDENTIFIED. 6024.95, Dec 25 at 0245, intriguing JBA carrier, and
still there at 0516 but remeasured to 6024.96. Brings to mind the
inactive? seldom reported Red Patria Nueva, Bolivia, since Bryan
Clark, NZ had it on ``6025`` in August 2018. But in May 2015 both
Thomas Nilsson and Christoph Ratzer agreed upon 6024.97. Nothing on
current listings would likely be so off-frequency --- Tibet or Russia,
which is in DRM anyway as I have previously heard. Could it be back on
the air for Xmas eve, at least? In fact, it`s in WRTH 2020 at
0930-0300 as if not inactive. But at 0110 Nov 10 this year, Claudio
Galaz, Chile remarked with a log of Tibet that there was no
interference from RPN (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 6230-AM, Dec 25 at 0510, JBA talk on what could be a
leapfrog mixer from Cuba of RHC 6060 Spanish over 6145 English another
85 kHz beyond --- but I cannot make a match with either on second
receiver. Possibly Iran radio war sometimes here but supposedly not
after 0400, and now rather late to be propagating from Iran or
Uzbekistan; not in USB so not NZ marine weather either (Glenn Hauser,

This report dispatched at 0702 UT December 25
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Glenn Hauser logs December 22-23-24, 2019  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, December 24 2019

** ALGERIA. 891, Dec 23 at 0700, weak talk presumed RTA Arabic
separable from WLS (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ANTARCTICA. No Carols across Antarctica, 7995-USB after 2300 UT Dec
23. Zero results trying numerous SDRs in NZ, Australia, elsewhere.
VE6JY did have some 2-way on 7993-USB, Spanish? O, not on my own
receiver either for the first few minutes. This was publicized as from
McMurdo, but intended for intracontinental contacts only, difficult
beyond at mid-day near summer solstice, and so it was (Glenn Hauser,

** CANADA. 300 kHz, Dec 23 at 0709 UT, dash and YIV, 500-watt ND
beacon from Island Lake, Manitoba; I was tuned to 301-USB (Glenn

** CANADA. Re CHU announcement style, Richard Langley replies Dec 22:

``Glenn: I've heard both the full and abbreviation forms of UTC in
both English and French but I'm not sure what the schedule is for
these alternating forms. Today, when starting the recording for WRMI
on 7780 kHz, I recorded CHU for a few minutes as I usually do. But I
started early: a few minutes before 2000 UTC. Before the hour, the
English announcements used "Coordinated Universal Time" and the French
ones "UTC." After the hour, the English ones were still "Coordinated
Universal Time" but the French ones were "Temps Universel Coordonée."
I'll contact the NRC officer to see if he can shed some light on what
is used when. As for the period of silence, for 9 seconds, after the
hour, this is normal:
-- Richard Langley`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 13768 & 13632, Dec 23 at 1538, AM/FM spurblobs at S9-S8 out
of RHC 13700; also weaker second-orders at double the 68 kHz
displacement, 13837 & 13564 approx. During `Sonido Cubano` music show
which does not deserve such maltreatment. Something`s always wrong at

** EAST TURKISTAN [non]. Lest you think Aoki and I are alone in
recognizing this as a ``country``, the Dec 23 episode of 1A from WAMU
and NPR is all about how the ChiCom are brainwashing the Uyghurs, as
heard on KGOU Dec 23 at 1606 UT; 34-minute podcast:
'For Their Own Good': The Detention Of Muslim Ethnic Groups In China

NPR is so smart that it shows KOSU as my NPR station, despite the fact
that this program is NOT on KOSU, but KGOU (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING

** NORTH AMERICA. 6949.9-USB, Dec 22 at 2159, checking for publicized
Texas Shortwave pirate broadcast from 2200 around 6950, there it is
already on at S9 with `Feliz Navidad` song soon morphing into inglés;
then a solo in English with guitar; 2203 OM ID as ``Xmas radio special
on Texas Radio Shortwave, in the state of Texas``; offering QSL for
reports to texasradiosw@gmail.com --- 2207 some fading, 2212 similar
ID by YL voice and fade some more, at first wondering if off (Glenn

** OKLAHOMA. 88.1, Dec 23 at 1442 UT, KWOU Woodward in at no strain
tnx to fog, for StarDate, and Oklahoma news from KGOU cutting away
from NPR Morning Edition.

Another KGOU relay, KQOU 89.1 in Clinton with 40 kW is overcoming or
at least mixing with local Enid 89.1 translator K206CA of KNYD 90.5
Oasis Network. Harbingers of TV DX too. FCC FM Query for KQOU
erroneously still claims ``This facility relays KCCU FM (Facility ID
8484),`` i.e. Lawton which disposed of it years ago.

RF 20, Dec 23 from 1558 UT, UHF bandscan with nothing much of interest
except this: enough signal to be Good and decode, except it`s black
and silent. There is an easily-tropoed full-power KQCW in Muskogee,
hard to believe so defective. Also several translators around OK, but
strongly suspect this is the fake Enid station (its Community of
License), KBZC-LD, which per FCC TV Query has a LIC on RF 42, an APP
and a CP both on ch 20, all at the same coordinates which are *really*
in the NE OKC antenna farm,
``NAD83: N 35° 35' 52.1", W 97° 29' 23.2" (35.597806, -97.489778)``
and with 7.2 kW could not possibly serve Enid 100 km away under normal
conditions --- also lacking any 7-channel programming of shopping and
other nonsense, not serving OKC either. Steady signal but gradually
fades out. LIC to DTV America which was hoping to make a buck with
stations like this all over. Wasn`t this the one supposed to repack to
channel 9? Now TV Query and W9WI.com show no Okies of any sort on 9. I
used to see traces of KBZC on RF 42 and even decoding, but not for
some weeks. At first I also had KTEN-26 Ada, KTPX-28 Okmulgee, and
unID on RF 11 (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA. Part 15 Xmas music and light shows in Enid surveyed
0015-0215 UT Dec 24. Two annual ones visited first:

Singing Xmas Trees, in the oil well lot at the NE corner of Oak and
Oakwood: usual stuff but some variations in music loop repeating every
few minutes: and still on 89.5; relatively clear, too far from KWGS
Tulsa, but adjacent bigsig on 89.7.

Pheasant Run, on the western edge of Enid off Garland: residence with
elaborate sound & light show on NF this year 102.5; previously 99.7
and 97.7 IIRC, no longer viable. Mostly well synched but one slow
tune, Silent Night, still has rapidly flashing lights to accompany, a
real clash. Some real station takes over 102.5 a couple blox away.
Fog-induced tropo has been up today with unusually mild temps.

Lakeside addition in NW Enid right across Purdue from the KGWA towers,
i.e. SE corner with Oakwood: for the first time this year, a small
show on 87.9 in a crowded street so difficult to park and see and hear
it at the same time. CCI from something else on 87.9 --- stronger
signal but undermodulated, and we never did locate it.

Across Willow there is another well-lit neighborhood with Xmasmx heard
on 87.9, but no sign about it and no visual match; this one has
greater range. While it`s hard to find a really clear frequency on the
FM band, better frequency coordination is needed. Enidbuzz.com
allegedly has a list of these things, but have not found it (Glenn

** TURKEY. 5980, Dec 23 at 2032, surprise S9-S6 with deep fades, W&M
dramatic dialog in Turkish; 2036 mood music and on to another program.
This early, only other significant signals on 49 m are 6070 CFRX and
5950 WRMI. Yet this is surely VOT as scheduled in Turkish, 17-22, 500
kW at 310 degrees for W Europe, but USward beyond. Something`s not
wrong at Emirler! Nor is there much of anything from Eurasia on the 40
m band (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 8152-USB, Dec 23 at 2212, a maritime net from North Carolina
is just closing, called ``Doo Dah``! NCS credits Ursa Minor and KPK,
IDs self as KNC [fonetikaly], and says immediately following is the
Do-Little Net which is unstruxured, i.e. open for conversations, first
somebody describing spotting a waterspout. Recheck at 2242, about QSY
to ch 72 VHF; 2259 however still activity on 8152-USB. Later just in
time, I search out more info on this at:

``Trans-Atlantic Radio Net

SSCA's Trans-Atlantic Cruisers' Net (SSCA TACN) is in operation during
the traditional Trans-Atlantic crossing seasons of mid-April thru
early July and mid-October thru Christmas.

The primary participants are:

Glenn Tuttle, Coastal Station KPK, Punta Gorda, FL
Chris Parker, Coastal Station WCY, Lakeland, FL
Jim West, Coastal Station KJM, Ellijay, GA
Dick Giddings, Coastal Station, KNC, Dover, NC ****

The morning SSCA HF Radio Service Net will remain with a start time of
1215 hrs UTC year round on frequency 8104. Please adjust your local
time accordingly.

The afternoon net will start at 1700 hrs Eastern Time on frequency
8152 and is called the Doo Dah/SSCA Trans-Atlantic Cruisers' Net. Then
when the Doo Dah Net/SSCA TACN concludes (usually 10-15 minutes) all
net controllers and relay stations will switch to frequency 12350 to
pick up the vessels farther out at sea. . .``

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2013 monitoring: confirmed Sunday
December 22 at 2130 on WRMI 7780, poor.

Also confirmed UT Monday December 23 at 0130 on WRMI 7780, good via
UTwente SDR.

Also confirmed UT Monday December 23 at 0230 on WRMI 7780, good via
UTwente and also 9395, poor over there.

UT Monday 0230 is also a time for WOR on World Radio Network,
satellite and internet, so I check the latter webcast, to hear: WOR
2011 from two weeks ago! Not even WOR 2012 from one week ago. Yet I
had uploaded both 2012 & 2013 successfully by the usual deadline on
Fridays and both were acknowledged. Last week I was concerned because
2011 still played instead of 2012, which had disappeared from the
server where I put it. Now both 2013 and 2012 are missing. WRN
apologizes and says they will look into preventing this again.

WOR 2013 confirmed from 0359 UT Mon Dec 23 on Area 51 webcast, but
extremely overmodulated/distorted, same as main WBCQ webcast. I
notified Larry Will but he said they sounded fine to him. Yet on my
Winamp player the two WBCQs are peaking into the red, while on same
player e.g. WRMI is at normal level. Anyhow, WBCQ 5130 checked at 0427
finds OK modulation at fair S8-S9. However, my last several words
after ``World of Radio ---`` were cut off so HRI could start even tho
running a minute early.

Also confirmed UT Mon Dec 23 after 0430 on WRMI webcast, while 9955
was JBA.

Due to sleep or holiday activities I miss checking next WOR airings:
Mon 0900 & 0930 on Unique Radio 5045-USB; IRRS Mon 1901 on 7290; and
WRMI UT Tue 0100 on 7780 --- out on Xmas audiovisual tour, but caradio
cannot stop scan on 7780 memory, presumably just too weak. Did anyone
hear any of these? Next:

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:

** U S A. (7490), UT Mon Dec 23 at 0115, trying to hear `Encore`
classical music via WBCQ webcast since 7490 is poor, and I didn`t have
a chance to listen to the whole hour Sat at 2100 on WWCR 9350 --- but
the WBCQ webcast is overmodulated/distorting into the red on the
Winamp meter, so also unlistenable, shux.

But Brice Avery tells me, ``Hi Glenn, 9350 kHz at 2100 WWCR is going
well. Reception reports from Spain, France, Italy and Germany as well
as Canada and all over the US from Maine to California. Often high
quality audio too. Happy Christmas to you, Brice.`` (Glenn Hauser, OK,

** U S A. ``Glenn, further following up on 1110 kHz: At a check around
1340 UT December 23 I heard KVTT mixing with KTEK here in Houston, so
a confirmation that KVTT is on the air. Not hearing the usual reverb
in their audio, however. Houston sunrise 1314, so still plenty of
skywave on the AM band at that hour. Stephen Luce, Houston, Texas``

UNIDENTIFIED. 6030, Dec 23 at 2208, S9+10 of open carrier with hum,
probably USAGM Grimesland NC with test/check for Radio Martí which
this season is not starting until 0000; and no jamming yet either. It
sure isn`t CFVP. Harold Sellers nearby is still unhearing it (Glenn

UNIDENTIFIED. 11499-12034, Dec 23 at 1542, spurblobs similar to RHC on
13 MHz band, but no trace of programmodulation, at intervals of 48-49
kHz, but cannot match these to RHC or any source on the 11 MHz band.
Possibly of local origin, but cannot match them to household devices
either, computers or TVs; fortunately, they are not constant (Glenn

This report dispatched at 0604 UT December 24
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JRX Logs December 19-20 & 22-23, 2019  View Printable Version 
Monday, December 23 2019


JRX Logs_ December 19-20 & 22-23, 2019Receiver (s)_ XHDATA D-808Antenna (s)_ Mini Loop to SW

ANGOLA** 4950. Dec 19, 2019. 0213-0223, Radio Nacional de Angola, Mulenvos-AGL, in Portuguese. Male voice; 0215 Open carrier, dead modulation; 0222 Returns modulation by man announcer. Barely audible reception, 25311.
BRAZIL** 4875. Dec 19, 2019. 0149-0159, Radio Difusora de Roraima, Boa Vista-RR, in Portuguese. A song by Marisa Monte; 0150 Roberto Carlos playing "Meu Amor por Você"; 0157 Man announcer talks, ID and next, Christmas messages. Poor reception, 35422.
** 4885. Dec 19, 2019. 0202-0212, Radio Clube do Pará, Belém-PA, in Portuguese. Man announcer presents a sport program and talking with listener, by phone, about the next game between Flamengo and Liverpool; 0207 Man says local time, ID and next a lot of commercial announcements. Fair reception, 35533.
CHINA** 4800. Dec 19, 2019. 0106-0116, CNR1, Qinghai-CHN, in Chinese. Man and woman announcers talk without break during this log. Good reception, 45444.
** 4820. Dec 19, 2019. 0117-0127, PBS Xizang, Tibet-CHN, in Chinese. Woman and man voices; 0121 Man and woman communication with music background. Fair reception, 35433.
** 4850. Dec 19, 2019. 0138-0148, PBS Xinjiang, Urumqi-Changji-CHN, in Kazakh language. Woman announcer talks with music background this log. Fair reception, 35433.
** 9410. Dec 19, 2019. 1745-1756, China Radio International, Kashgar-CHN, in Croatian language. Woman and man announcers present a chinese lesson; 1752 Woman talks; 1754 ID, website ands IS. Good reception, 45444.
** 9440. Dec 20, 2019. 0143-0153, China radiotheater International, Xian-Xianyang-CHN, in Russian. Man and woman talks, with music background; 0146 Man talks; 0150 song. Good reception, 45544.
** 9770. Dec 19, 2019. 1915-1925, China Radio International, Kashgar-CHN, in Cantonese. Man talks with music background; Next, a radiotheater, presumably, with a actors and actresses participation; 1920 Man and woman talk. Good reception, 45544.
CLANDESTINE** 6180. Dec 19, 2019. 1901-1913, Koode Radio International, Issoudun-F, in Fulfulde. Man talks; 1906 ID; Men in conversation; 1910 Woman announcer talks. Fair reception, 45433.
** 6270. Dec 23, 2019. 0037-0052, Iran International TV Audio, Gavar-ARM, in Persian (Farsi). Man and woman talk; 0052 Man talks. Poor reception, with fades, 25422.
FRANCE** 9810. Dec 19, 2019. 1844-1859, Radio France International, Issoudun-F, in French. Man and woman talk news; 1847 ID and a french melody; 1851 A brazilian song (Samba) by female singer; 1856 A rap song. Good reception, 45544.
GREAT BRITAIN** 9515. Dec 19, 2019. 1809-1819, IBRA Radio, Woofferton-G, in Fur language. Man makes a preaching, presumed; 1813 A tribal short song and returns preaching. Fair reception, 35433.
** 9820. Dec 19, 2019. 1758-1808, Deewa Radio, Woofferton-G, en Pashto. A music; 1801 Man talks news, presumed. Poor reception for this VOA service in pashto, 25422.
GREECE** 9420. Dec 19, 2019. 1833-1843, Voice of Greece, Avlis-GRC, in Greek language. Man and woman voices talking news, presumed. Poor reception, 35422.
INDIA** 7380. Dec 20, 2019. 0122-0140, All India Radio, Bengaluru-IND, in Sindhi. A indian song; Man announcer talks and more songs; 0130 Man talks, ID and songs. Good reception this night, here, 45544.
MADAGASCAR** 7265. Dec 19, 2019. 1820-1832, BBC, Talata-Volonondry-MDG, in English. Woman and man announcers talk news; 1825 News continues; 1829 ID: BBCWS. Fair reception, 35533.Note: At 1830 begins a collision between BBC, in english, and CRI on 7265kHz relay Urumqi, in bulgarian language (IS, ID and progra in bulgarian language)!
PHILIPPINES** 9475. Dec 20, 2019. 0238-0250, Radio Pilipinas, Tinang-PHL, in English. Man talks; A brief music space and man announcer talks: ID and frequencies in english; News; 0245 ID: The Voice of the Philippines. Poor reception, 25422.
Parallel logs on 15640kHz, out; 17820kHz, out.
ROMANIA** 7410. Dec 20, 2019. 0227-0237, Radio Romania International, Galbeni-ROU, in French. Woman voice; 0230 Man talks, ID and next, a conversation between women. Fair reception, 35533.
Parallel log on 6130kHz, relay Galbeni, 34422, with a slight interference by Radio Aparecida, Brazil, on 6130kHz, too.
THAILAND** 7495. Dec 23, 2019. 0059-0111, Ashna Radio, Udon-Thani-THA, in Dari. Music; 0100 ID and woman announcer talks news; 0105 A brief music pause and returns news; Man announcer talks news too. Fair reception for this VOA sevice in dari, 35533.
TURKEY** 7280. Dec 20, 2019. 0158-0225, Voice of Turkey, Emirler-TUR, in Spanish. IS and ID; 0200 Time pips, ID and sked of VOT in spanish; 0201 "Noticias de la Jornada": news by woman and man announcers; 0211 News in "La Prensa Turca de Hoy"; 0215 news in "La Prensa International de Hoy"; 0217 "Hoy en la Historia": Ephemerides of this date; 0220 Turkish songs. Very good reception, 55544.
Parallel log on 7265kHz, 35422.
USA** 4840. Dec 19, 2019. 0127-0137, WWCR, Nashville-TN, in English. A blues song; 0129 Man talks and other songs; ID. Fair reception, 45433.
** 5000. Dec 19, 2019. 0225-0235, WWV Colorado, Fort Collins-CO, in English. Time signal station; Man announcer says UTC time each a minute and a mix of time pips each a second. Poor reception, 35522.
** 5085. Dec 19, 2019. 0236-0245, WTWW, Lebanon-TN, in English. Man and woman announcers talks; Questions and answers about religious themes. Fair reception, 35433.
** 5130. Dec 19, 2019. 0246-0255, WBCQ The Planet, Monticello-ME, in English. Man Pastor makes a sermon, presumably. Poor reception, 35422.
** 5800. Dec 22, 2019. 2350-2359, WRMI-Supreme Master TV Audio, Okeechobee-FL, in English and Vietnamese (?). Man and woman talk in vietnamese(?); 2352 Man talks in english: ID, e-mail and says thanks! 2353 Man and woman talk and repeat ID and website; 2358 Man talks in vietnamese(?); 2359 ID and all addresses of WRMI. Fair reception, 35433.
** 5800. Dec 23, 2019. 0000-0035, WRMI-Supreme Master TV, Okeechobee-FL, in Spanish and English. Man talks and says "Una canción de todos los cubanos" and a song in spanish; 0009 Man talks and songs during this log; 0014 ID; 0018 Man talks and a song "Imagine" and other songs. Fair reception, 35433.
** 5800. Dec 23, 2019. 0112-0145, WRMI-RAE Argentina al Mundo, Okeechobee-FL, in Spanish. Woman announcer talks ID and a song; 0116 Man repeats RAE addresses for "mensajes y sugerencias"; 0120 A song and next a DX program "Actualidad DX": news of the communications and many reception reports and logs. Fair reception, 35433.
** 9330. Dec 22, 2019. 2338-2348, WBCQ-WLC Radio, Monticello-ME, in Portuguese. Man announcers talks about Christmas and a Catholic Church interpretation: Says it´s a "pagan pary"! Questions and answers about religious themes; ID and website. Good reception, 45544.

JRX_Jose Ronaldo XavierSWARL Callsign PR7036SWLCabedelo, Brazil (UTC-3)
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LOG 18, 19, 20, 21 y 22 DE DICIEMBRE  View Printable Version 
Monday, December 23 2019

** CUBA. 15140. RHC. Diciembre 22. 1400-1450 UTC. Boletín de noticias
acerca de Cuba, Chile y Colombia. A las 1410, se emite: “Amigos de Cuba”
con lectura de saludos de navidad, mensajes de los oyentes, lectura de
informes de recepción y música. Desde las 1430, boletín noticioso sobre
Cuba y Bolivia. A las 1435, se emite el programa “En Contacto” con
informaciones acerca del comportamiento actual del ciclo solar, banda de 2
metros, la ISS, solicitud de grabaciones, mención a informe de recepción
llegado desde Chile en la frecuencia de 11850 y 13740 Khz, anuncio de
pruebas de RHC para América del Sur en la banda de 31 metros en la
frecuencia de 9550 Khz, luego información del uso de piezas musicales para
el uso de transmisores usados por RHC y sus ajustes. Luego espacio de
música, lectura de todas las bandas y frecuencias en que la emisora
transmite e informaciones desde CO2KK acerca del pronóstico del clima solar
hasta las 1450. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** CUBA. 15370. RHC. Diciembre 20. 2235- 2300 UTC. Noticias del deporte. Desde
las 2239, noticias de Venezuela; luego se habla de una catedra y del día
del educador en Cuba con reconocimiento de docentes universitarios. Desde
las 2255, se emite un comentario acerca de Trump en los Estados Unidos
hasta las 2258, luego identificación de la emisora. SINPO: 55333 con leve
ruido constante y desvanecimiento permanente. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle,

**IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Diciembre 19. 0035- UTC. Programa “Foro abierto” acerca
de la economía de China y la guerra comercial con Estados Unidos. SINPO:
45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30
metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 11735. VOK. Diciembre 21. 0300-0358 UTC. Himno de Corea,
Canción del General Kim IL Sung y Canción del General Kim Jong Il. Luego
informaciones acerca de las Obras del General Kim Jong Il sobre los
residentes coreanos en Japón, Saludos desde el extranjero por motivo del 8°
aniversario del fallecimiento del General Kim Jong Il, Jóvenes suben al
monte Paetku, Reconstrucción de instituto agricola, Campaña de
reforestación para el año 2020, Investigación en educación, Visita de
delegación de Laos, Periódico surcoreano exige retirada de tropas
estadounidenses y la expulsión del embajador norteamericano. A las 0316,
espacio musical hasta las 0345, lectura de artículo de análisis acerca de
Japón, su presidente y las luchas política. Luego fin del servicio en
español con horarios y frecuencias. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle,

** KOREA NORTH. 11735. VOK. Diciembre 22. 0433 - 0457 UTC. Servicio en
inglés. Espacio de música hasta las 0455, luego lectura de horarios y
frecuencias del servicio. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL
660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 11735. VOK. Diciembre 21. 0500-0557 UTC. Servicio en
español. Himno de Corea, Canción del General Kim IL Sung y Canción del
General Kim Jong Il. Luego informaciones acerca del Partido del Trabajo de
Corea, Elogios a Kim Jong Il, Proceso de geotransformación nueva base
pesquera, uso de energía natural, Declaración sobre la resolución en contra
de Corea en la 74ª Asamblea General de la ONU y condena de entidades
surcoreanas. A las 0523, espacio musical hasta las 0535 cuando se emite un
artículo acerca de saludos internacionales de elogios a la figura de Kim
Jong Il. A las 0538 se vuelve a la música hasta las 0555, luego lectura de
horarios y frecuencias. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL
660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH 15575. KBS. Diciembre 22. 0200-0300 UTC. Programa de
noticias “destacados” acerca de las inversiones en la Inteligencia
Artificial, estado de los Derechos Humanos en Corea del Norte, desigualdad
de genero en Corea del Sur. A las 0210, “Cine en la Radio” con los
recuerdos de las películas y bandas sonoras destacadas del 2019. Desde las
0225, se emite el programa: “Buzón del radioescucha” con saludos y las
anomalías de la planta transmisora de Cypress Creek en Estados Unidos,
solicitud de mensaje de audio hasta el 24 de Diciembre para el programa de
fin de año y de los programas preparados para el fin de año 2019, y luego
lectura de informes de recepción. A las 0234, se emite el segmento:
“Literatura en audio: Barí, la princesa abandonada” acerca de la búsqueda
de los padres de la protagonista, luego espacio de música y a las 0243,
vuelta a la lectura de informes de recepción. Desde las 0251 se emite el
programa: “Todo sobre Corea” con la descripción sobre La Navidad en Corea
del Sur, luego espacio musical y despedida de la emisora. SINPO.35333 (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de
escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** USA. 9425. WRMI. Diciembre 18. 0125 - 0155 UTC. Segmento sobre bioquímica y
biotecnología, luego identificación como: “RAE, Argentina al mundo” a las
0132, luego espacio musical y espacio referente al Tango. A las 0153,
resumen de noticias hasta las 0155. SINPO: 45343. Audio:
<https://archive.org/details/9425wrmitestdec18at0154utc> (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha:
Ovalle, Chile)

** USA. 9425. WRMI. Diciembre 19. 0115-0154 UTC. Espacio de música hasta
las 0120 cuando se habla del trabajo esclavo de niños. A las 0130
identificación del espacio como “Argentina por descubrir”. Después, un
espacio de entrevista a una mujer que se dedica a la música. Desde las
0151, aviso de emisora, identificación, lectura de titulares noticiosos y
despedida del servicio en español. Archivo:
<https://archive.org/details/9425wrmitestdec19at0152utc> SINPO: 35343,
desde las 0137 con SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)

** VIETNAM [non] ** USA. 7315. VOV. Diciembre 22. 0030-0057 UTC. Servicio
en español. Vía WHRI. Noticias de Vietnam dedicadas a los 75 años de la
fundación del Ejército Popular y la lucha por liberación nacional,
recepción de embajadores en Malasia, Relaciones económicas con Corea del
Sur e intercambio cultural entre ambas naciones. A las 0040, noticias
internacionales sobre Alemania y otros paises de Europa. Luego, “Reportaje
Sabatino” con la temática de la participación de Vietnam en hospitales de
campaña de Sudán del Sur. A las 0048, música. Desde las 0051, se emite el
programa “Cita de correspondencia” con lectura de cartas. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de
escucha: Ovalle, Chile)
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