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JRX Logs: Maio 19, 2018.  View Printable Version 
Saturday, May 19 2018

Logs
JRX Logs: Maio 19, 2018.Â

Receptor: Sony SW100.Â

BANGLADESH
** 13580. Maio 19, 2018. 1935-2000, Bangladesh Betar, Dhaka-BGD, em Bengali. Locutores apresentam noticias, suponho; 1945 Locutora fala, ID e mÃsica; 1958 Locutor fala, ID e notÃcias, talvez; 2000 Encerra a programaÃÃo. Emissora com boa recepÃÃo em minha cidade, 45444.
BOLÃVIA
** 5952. Maio 19, 2018. 0102-0110, Radio Pio XII, PotosÃ-BOL, em Espanhol. LocuÃÃo masculina durante a escuta. RecepÃÃo quase inaudÃvel, 15311.
BRASIL
** 6448usb. Maio 19, 2018. 0231-0240, Naval Meteo Fax, Rio de Janeiro-RJ. RecepÃÃo 25552.
CANADÃ
** 7710usb. Maio 19, 2018. 0212-0228, Iqaliut Meteo Fax, Iqaliut NU-CAN. RecepÃÃo satisfatÃria, 35553.
CHINA
** 9710. Maio 19, 2018. 0021-0030, Radio Internacional da China, Kashgar-CHN, em PortuguÃs. LocuÃÃo masculina em "China em Foco"; ID. Emissora com sinal satisfatÃrio e recepÃÃo pobre em minha cidade, 35432.
CUBA
** 15120. Maio 19, 2018. 0035-0045, Radio Internacional de China, Quivican-CUB, em Espanhol. Programa musical "Ritmos de China"; ID. RecepÃÃo satisfatÃria desta transmissÃo via Cuba, 35433.
FILIPINAS
** 9910. Maio 19, 2018. 1857-1906, Radyo Pilipinas, Tinang-PHL, em Tagalog. Locutora apresenta noticias; ID e The Voice of Philippines; 1900 ID e locutor e locutora falam; Uma canÃÃo filipina. Emissora temm boa recepÃÃo por aquÃ, 45544.
FRANÃA
** 12060. Maio 19, 2018. 1908-1933, Radio AlgÃrienne, Issoudun-F, em FrancÃs e Ãrabe. Casal de locutores apresentam as noticias em "Le Journal", tudo em lÃngua francesa; Ãs 1912 Locutor fala, em Ãrabe e, a seguir, o AlcorÃo cantado; 1930 AlcorÃo recitado. Emissora tem boa recepÃÃo em Cabedelo, 45444.
UK
** 6834usb. Maio 19, 2018. 0147-0200, GYA Northwood Meteo Fax, Northwood-G. RecepÃÃo ÂsatisfatÃria em Cabedelo, 35553.
USA
** 11930. Maio 19, 2018. 2000-2020, Radio MartÃ, Greenville-NC, em Espanhol. Locutor fala, ID - Radio y TelevisiÃn MartÃ; Martà Noticias. Casal de locutores apresentam um Programa Especial dedicado ao trÃgico acidente de aviÃo cubano com a morte de mais de cem pessoas. Martà com boa recepÃÃo entre nÃs, 45444.

Josà Ronaldo Xavier (JRX)
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Glenn Hauser logs May 18-19, 2018  View Printable Version 
Saturday, May 19 2018

Logs
** CUBA. 11860, May 18 at 2134, RHC in Spanish, post-Castro president what`s-his-name remarx on plane crash, // 11760, 11840, 12000. Aoki lacks any 11860 entries for RHC! EiBi shows Spanish at 21-23 to Europe, following 1930-2100 French/Portuguese/Arabic. This must really mess up the Saudi/Yemen service. Neither that nor RHC in HFCC so they`re on their own (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 9530, May 19 at 0102, RHC is S9+20 // 11760, ex-9535! A mistake, or QSY? Now it blox any trace of the Progreso 2 x 4765 harmonic, and 4765 music is certainly not // this. That leaves 14295 third harmonic possible (not to be confused with another third harmonicizer, Tajikistan). In the morning, however, RHC still on 9535 at 1350 check May 19 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6270, May 19 at 0627, RHC English is JBA on this leapfrog mixing product of 6060 over 6165 another 105 kHz higher. Also a weaker JBA carrier on 6230, which is 6100 over 6165 another 65 kHz higher. Since they exist, altho Arnie will never admit it, I must add them to DX/SWL/MEDIA PROGRAMS schedule after 0500 for DXers Unlimited. 6000 is not involved with these, since it`s from a different site, QuivicÃn, than 6060/6100/6165, all Bauta, per EiBi (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 13740, May 19 at 1353, S9+30 open carrier except for a swishing sound, instead of RHC Spanish which is supposed to run here until 1400. Rather, that transmitter is off, and the CRI relay transmitter is on early, as ``China Plus Radio`` with ``CRI news`` starts undermodulatedly at 1400, and this time with no overlap. Aoki/NDXC says 13740 CRI at 1400 is QuivicÃn site, but doesn`t know about RHC until 1400. EiBi says the latter is Bejucal site. Meanwhile, RHC is nominal on 13700 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KUWAIT. 17550, May 18 at 2010, very weak Arabic, S0-S1, as R. Kuwait is scheduled at 20-24, and barely propagating (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 13565, May 19 at 1354, K6FRC beacon CW IDs repeating, JBA from Patterson, California. I tune the HIFER band at least once a day, but hearing any of them is a rarity. My last log was March 9 at 1524. LWCA list shows K6FRC on 13565.035 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 13670, Friday May 18 at 2132, dead air at S9+20, and the SSOB! Too bad there`s no modulation from Greenville for the M-F 2130-2200 VOA Bambara service. Listed GB // is 15120, unheard; 9490 Ascension, 11900 Vatican, unchecked. (RHC also uses 13670 but only at 11-12 per Aoki). (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1930 monitoring: not confirmed Friday May 18 at 2330 on WBCQ, 9330v, as BS still playing at 2334. Since WBCQ won`t tell me what their intention is about this, how much longer need I keep checking for sporadic WOR playbax?

Not confirmed, Saturday May 19 at 1457 on 6190 HLR via UTwente, nothing audible. But Alan Gale, England, reports:

``Hi Glenn, Mixed conditions again today on 6190, Radio Tropical was weak but audible, but the signal went down again during Media Network. World of Radio started to fade up around 1446 UT and by 1451 the signal was quite good and stayed audible right until the HLR sign off at 1500. There was also a noticeable carrier on the channel earlier, and checking this on USB it should a zero beat at 6191 kHz, so if it comes from a BC station, then it's off frequency. I was able to remove this with a notch filter, though it wasn't noticeable after WoR came up in strength.`` Next:

Sat 1930v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND [off this week, back May 26]
Sat 2130 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe][or 2330?]
Sat 2300 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0200 WRMI 7780 to NE [canceled?]
Sun 0310v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND [off this week, back May 27]
Sun 1030 HLR 9485-CUSB to WSW
Sun 1900 WRMI 9395 to NNW
Sun 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Mon 0130.5 WRMI 5850 to NW, 7780 to NE
Mon 0300v WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0330 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Mon 0400 WRMI webcast only
Mon 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Tue 0030 WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 2030 WRMI 7780 to NE, 5950 to WNW [or #1931?]
Tue 2130 WRMI 7780 to NE, 5950 to WNW [or #1931?]

Full schedule for WOR on all outlets, not just SW; podcast linx:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7390.04 to 7490.03, UT Sat May 19 at 0001, WBCQ opening `Allan Weiner Worldwide` with ``William Tell Overture``, but soon apparent it`s another oldie playback, in fact the same one heard last night, despite AW claiming to be ``live`` --- should have edited that out; with girlfriend Angela and the WE mic; I thought that was from Feb, but at 0053 recheck he`s referring to Brother Scare having been arrested ``last month``, which was December. Unlike last week, this show is not duplicated on 9330 where BS continues. 5129.8 probably is // but a JBA carrier buried in the summer storm noise level (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9455, May 18 at 2007, music at VP level, much weaker than S6 9395 WRMI relay of RAE in Italian. At 2135, 9455 is a JBA carrier, still much weaker than 9395 now with S4-S9 of Oldies. At 2325, JBA English talk, gospel huxter? Now I search for possible parallels --- not 9395, not 7780, not 7570=BS, not 9955, not 9475-WTWW, not 6115-WWCR. At 2340 there seem to be two audios on 9455, one of them Brother Scare; 2344, gospel music, no //s. 2348, another fadeup now sounds like Bob Biermann low-key preaching in `Your Weekend Show`, mixing with something else. 2359 no IDs audible.

Two audios is a symptom of a mixing product, but I cannot figure out any mathematical explanation, by the usual formulas, such as 2B-A, 2A-B, A+B, or B-A, for any combination of WRMI frequencies. I also try my two local overloaders, 1390 and 960, with no fits. If it`s two different transmitter sites, that means the mixture is resulting locally here. But what are the chances of such occurring on a frequency WRMI has just stopped using? Or as I suggested before, remotely possible somepirate is doing this to confuse us.

As of May 19, the WRMI skedgrid claims that not one of the 14 transmitters is on 9455 at any time. I continue to suspect for some reason WRMI is experimenting with an exciter running on 9455, and/or some antenna angle bad for us resulting in such a weak signal. Or it could be something unintentional. I`ve asked WRMI about it, but no reply yet. Should this go away, that may imply they got the message and fixed it (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9930, May 18 at 2007, WTWW-2 is on again, gospel/C&W music at S9+50, flanked by the plus/minus 12.9 kHz spur carriers. Perhaps there will be a lot more unusual activity from WTWW during the Xenia Hamvention this weekend? But 2035 and 2130 rechex, 9930`s air is dead (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 6014.5 approx., May 19 at 0629, extremely distorted music and talk in Spanish at S5-S3 â at first I suspect Conciencia, Colombia out of 6010v transmitter as it has done before, but then at 0637 I find a match on 5925.5 at S9, call-in show, stronger than the upper one, so both are squeezed out of the 5970 WEWN transmitter which itself is just barely modulated! 5925.5 demodulates much better, almost quiet, when tuned in FM mode! Way out of whack, plus and minus 44.5 kHz. But by 1345 recheck, 5970 is back in whack with normal amplitude modulation level and no spurs audible (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 15670, May 19 at 1359, no sign of DRM noise, as WINB is supposed to be testing at 11-17 UT with 15 kW. Ooops, this is Saturday and it`s Monday-Friday only per this from Hans Johnson via Alokesh Gupta:

``A new ASI transmitter, a CE-50000WS, is on the following test schedule: Monday-Friday 1100-1700 UT on 15670 kHz. The transmitter is rated at 15 kW and is using a rhombic antenna at 62 degrees. At times when the ASI transmitter is not being tested, WINB will be testing in DRM via its existing Continental 417B transmitter on 9265 kHz via a rhombic antenna beamed 242 degrees. Programming is from WINB's Internet audio stream and is in English and Spanish``.

On the WOR io group, Tim Gaynor in Australia wondered, ``Any ideas on what bitrate they will be using? A common problem with other DRM transmissions is they use a too high bitrate which makes DXing DRM difficult``

Alokesh replied with a screenshot, which Alexander Busneag, Germany interprets: ``8.28 kbps --- seems good. But wait: It's MSC 64-QAM, and only 5 kHz wide - so it has the same robustness like a 10 kHz wide DRM transmission with 17.5 kbps! Visit page 21 of the "DRM Handbook 2018":
http://www.drm.org/DRM_Handbook_2018.pdf
for more information on DRM system bitrates``.

15670 is in fact registered those hours in HFCC, but as 50 kW in D = NOT DRM, rather regular analog. It will be interesting to observe how the wobbly old 9265 transmitter handle DRM! A third WINB on the books is 7325 at 07-09 M-F, 50 kW analog at 62 degrees.

Stephen Luce, Houston TX, asks, ``What is an "ASI" transmitter? Nothing about that and the "CE-50000WS" on a quick Google search. What company is this?`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1717 UT May 19
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LOG 16, 17 y 18 de Mayo.  View Printable Version 
Saturday, May 19 2018

Logs
** BOLIVIA. 6135. R.SANTA CRUZ. Mayo 18. 1130-1140 UTC. Noticias acerca de
la construcciÃn de bibliotecas y ronda de atenciones mÃdicas. SINPO: 43343
(Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** CHINA. 5955. CRI. Mayo 18. 1150-1205 UTC. Servicio en InglÃs. Entrevista
a un hombre que aprende idioma chino y que ha descubierto su amor por la
mÃsica, entre otras noticias vinculadas a la cultura. Desde las 1155 se
emite âChinese studioâ. A las 1200, se entrega un servicio noticioso acerca
de Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, negocios y el Banco Mundial, Rusia, Kim Jong
Un y Congo. Aviso de la emisora. SINPO: 55444. Audio:
https://archive.org/details/5955CRIEnglishService.May18At1150UTC (Claudio
Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn,
Chile)

** CHINA. 5970. CNR-8. Mayo 17. 1020-1035 UTC. Via Beijing 491. Espacio
musical y luego comentarios de una mujer. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz;
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** CHINA [NON] ** ALBANIA. 7210 CRI. Mayo 16. 2248-2259 UTC. Via Cerrik.
Servicio de espaÃol. Espacio de mÃsica. SINPO: 45433 (Claudio Galaz;
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 6100. KCBS. Mayo 18. 1140-1150 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica.
SINPO: 33443 con siseos de otras emisoras // 9665 SINPO: 53453 con
heterodino de emisora en la misma frecuencia // 11680 SINPO: 45343.
(Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 6400. PBS PYONGYANG PANSONG. Mayo 17. 1035- 1045 UTC.
Espacio musical. SINPO: 45343 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 11710. VOK. Mayo 17. 1230-1250 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica. A
las 1235, habla una mujer hasta las 1238. Luego mÃsica juche. SINPO: 55444
(Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 9100. Echo of Hope-VOH. Mayo 18. 1234-1250 UTC. MÃsica y
luego mujer habla en coreano. Desde las 1242, pieza musical. A las 1246,
cortina musical y avisos. SINPO: 45444. Audio:
https://archive.org/details/9100.ECHOOFHOPE.MAY.181236 (Claudio Galaz;
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 11735. KBS. Mayo 17. 1045-1059 UTC. Programa âLa Nueva Era
en la PenÃnsula Coreanaâ acerca de una evaluaciÃn de la anulaciÃn de la
cumbre intercoreana de alto nivel y las problemÃticas de la reuniÃn entre
Estados Unidos y Norcorea. Luego se entrega una reseÃa histÃrica acerca de
la visita del ex presidente de Estados Unidos, Jimmy Carter a Norcorea en
1994. SINPO. 34443 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo;
QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** PERU. 5025. R. QUILLABAMBA. Mayo 16. 2307-2327 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica
catÃlica andina. A las 2319, avisos sobre la celebraciÃn de la festividad
de PentecostÃs. Desde las 2321, vuelta a un espacio musical. SINPO: 45444
(Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** PERU. 5980. R. CHASKI- RED RADIO INTEGRIDAD. Mayo 17. 1200- 1210. Aviso
de la emisora, IdentificaciÃn como: âRed Radio Integridadâ, Devocional
basado en el Salmo 27. A las 1205, programa âAlimento para el almaâ acerca
del desarrollo personal y espiritual. IdentificaciÃn a las 1208: âEsta es
Radio Integridad, la voz que glorifica a Diosâ y luego el programa âEl
camino de la vidaâ acerca del testimonio de un niÃo que escribià una carta
al Presidente de su paÃs. SINPO: 55444 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL
660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** VIETNAM. 12020. VOV. Mayo 17. 1400-1428 UTC. Servicio en japonÃs. Mujer
y hombre leen noticias de modo intercalado. A las 1408, comentarios. Desde
las 1413, comentarios. Despedida a las 1428. SINPO: 45343. Audio:
https://archive.org/details/12020VOVJapaneseServiceMay172018At1406 (Claudio
Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn,
Chile)

** VIETNAM [NON] **USA. 7315. VOV. Mayo 16. 0030-0057 UTC. Noticias acerca
del reforzamiento diplomÃtico entre Vietnam y Laos, Lucha contra la
corrupciÃn, Actividades acerca del nacimiento del Presidente Ho Chi Minh,
Parlamento Vietnamita aborda peticiones del electorado, Gobierno
electrÃnico y el desarrollo informÃtico, UniÃn Europea habla sobre la pesca
ilegal. A las 0040, informaciones internacionales, especialmente del
traslado de la embajada de Estados Unidos en Israel de Tel Aviv a JerusalÃn
y Protestas palestinas. Desde las 0045 se emiten comentarios acerca del
traslado de la embajada de EEUU en Israel y de las reacciones en la Franja
de Gaza, junto a las declaraciones de paÃses como Rusia. A las 0049, se
entrega el segmento: âActualidad econÃmicaâ sobre el desarrollo de una
provincia del Norte de Vietnam. Desde las 0053 se emite: â54 nacionalidades
vietnamitas y sus coloresâ acerca de las costumbres matrimoniales de la
etnia La Ha. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)
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JRX Logs: Maio 18, 2018.  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 18 2018

Logs
JRX Logs: Maio 18, 2018.Â

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ÃFRICA DO SUL
** 3320. Maio 18, 2018. 0035-0058, Radio Sonder Grense, Meyerton-AFS, em AfricÃner. LocuÃÃo feminina semelhante a um monÃlogo teatral e com dramacidade caracterÃstica. Emissora chegando satisfatoriamente aquà em minha Ãrea, 35443.Nota: RSG aos poucos vem melhorando a recepÃÃo aquà em Cabedelo, o que nÃo acontecia desde o inÃcio do perÃodo A18. Isso à muito bom!
BRASIL
** 4885. Maio 18, 2018. 0113-0120, Radio Clube do ParÃ, BelÃm-PA. LocuÃÃo masculina; AnÃncios da emissora. Emissora chegando por aquà com sinal pobre, muito QRM e quase inaudÃvel, 25321.
CHINA
** 9745. Maio 18, 2018. 1900-1913, China National Radio1. Jammer-Firedrake: mÃsica chinesa instrumental, tradicional, com seus tambores e violinos nervosos e sem intervalos, bloqueando, totalmente, as emissÃes da Radio Free Asia das 1900-2100utc, 45554.
** 11750. Maio 18, 2018. 1930-1940, Radio Internacional da China, Jinhua-CHN, em PortuguÃs. Locutor inicia o programa "Encontro com Ouvintes" e faz uma longa entrevista com uma brasileira que participa de feira de tecnologia na China; 1945 Aula de ChinÃs: casal de locutores apresentam este programa. Emissora chegando com bom sinal e modulaÃÃo satisfatÃria, 45433.
CLANDESTINA
** 15110. Maio 18, 2018. 1827-1842, Radio Na Gaskiya, Kostinbrod-BUL, em HauÃÃ. Uma mÃsica local; LocuÃÃo masculina e, em seguida, um cidadÃo parece discursar, provavelmente; Fala muito em NigÃria. Clandestina chegando com sinal e modulaÃÃo satisfatÃrios aquà em Cabedelo, 35433.Nota: Esta à minha primeira sintonia desta emissora via BulgÃria.
COREIA DO NORTE
** 13760. Maio 18, 2018. 2017-2027, La Voix de la CorÃe, Kujang-KRE, em FrancÃs. Locutora falando; 2020 CanÃÃo interpretada por coral de vozes; 2025 Mais uma canÃÃo;2029 Locutora fala, ID e uma nova canÃÃo por coral, tambÃm. Emissora com sinal satisfatÃrio e modulaÃÃo pobre aquà em Cabedelo, 35432.
COREIA DO SUL (e nÃo)
** 9740. Maio 18, 2018. 1852-1900, KBS World Radio, Kimjae-KOR, em Espanhol. Locutor e locutora falam; Ãs 1858 comeÃa a forte interferÃncia, espÃria, da China National Radio 1 (CNR1) por 9745kHz.
CUBA (e nÃo)
** 11860. Maio 18, 2018. 2005-2012, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, em PortuguÃs. Casal de locutores apresentam o noticiario, provavelmente. RecepÃÃo prejudicada por interferÃncia da Radio Aparecida, em 11855kHz.
GUINÃ
** 9650. Maio 18, 2018. 1735-1808, Radio GuinÃe, Conacri-GUI, em FrancÃs. MÃsica guineense sem intervalo; 1800 Locutora fala ID e "Bonsoir" e em seguida apresenta um resumo de notÃcias; 1805 Retorna o programa musical. Boa recepÃÃo, 45544.
SÃO TOMÃ E PRÃNCIPE
** 9830. Maio 18, 2018. 1843-1852, Deutsche Welle, Pinheira-STP, em HauÃÃ. LocuÃÃes femininas; 1850 LocuÃÃo masculina. ID. DW chegando satisfatÃria em Cabedelo, 35433.
TAILÃNDIA
** 12130. Maio 18, 2018. 1915-1925, Voice of America, Udon-Thani-THA, em TigrÃnia. Locutor fazendo uma entrevista com um senhor; ID. Ãtima recepÃÃo em minha Ãrea, 45554.
UK
** 12005. Maio 18, 2018. 1816-1826, BBC, AscensÃo-G, em FrancÃs. Casal de locutores apresentam as notÃcias em "BBC Afrique"; 1820 "Reportage"- notÃcias desde a Capital congolesa; ID. EstaÃÃo chegando bem, aquà em minha cidade, 45444.
USA
** 5935. Maio 18, 2018. 0103-0110, WWCR-University Network, Nashville-TN, em InglÃs. Pastora Melissa Scott faz seu longo e equilibrado sermÃo. Emissora chegando com pobre recepÃÃo entre nos, 25432.
VATICANO
** 15565. Maio 18, 2018. 1808-1818, Radio Vaticano, SM di Galeria-CVA, em PortuguÃs. Locutor apresenta as notÃcias da Igreja e do Papa; ID. RV com Ãtima recepÃÃo esta tarde em Cabedelo, 45554.

Josà Ronaldo Xavier (JRX)
Cabedelo-Paraiba, Brasil (UTC-3)


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Glenn Hauser logs May 17-18, 2018  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 18 2018

Logs
** NORTH AMERICA. 7470, May 18 at 0200, no signal yet from Station YHWH, anti-Jesus, pro-Yahweh pirate. Recheck at 0520, there he is, S9-S7 including the storm noise level. Rich Ray, IL, had reported May 17: ``The last 4 broadcasts have all started at 0158z and off at 0420z``.

These logs the same day say he did not come up until *0302:
https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,42640.0.html
including this comment from ``The Relay Station``

``I can imagine this guy inside an RV motor home someplace at a campground, sitting down and talking into a desktop amateur radio microphone with a subtle light overhead because it sure sounds that way - almost similar to the scene in the movie "2012"

0506Z - talking about Jewish people and Christian people
0508Z - "perpetual war for perpetual peace"
0511Z - "hybrid man-God"
0515Z - "obey YaWeh, paradise will be restored"
0520Z - cant listen to this anymore, off to bed :D``

As for location, Ron Howard, Monterey CA, says in the WOR iog, ``After he received his citation from FCC, while in southern California, I heard he moved out of state, but on May 5, while listening to a live segment of YHWH, he said he was "8,000 feet up in the Sierras"
http://goo.gl/usWXx6
Just a few nights ago he again said he was "in California" and gave the local "California" time here. Recently his reception has been so good (very readable) here on the coast, that I think it probably is true`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ROMANIA. 7395, May 18 at 0002, Romanian very poor here, but in the clear, RRI having moved out from under the Cuban radio war on 7335, for the two-hour broadcast to North America (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1930 monitoring: not confirmed Thursday May 17 at 2330 on WBCQ 9330v: TOMBS continues. Next:
Fri 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Sat 0629 HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1431 HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1930v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND [off this week, back May 26]
Sat 2130 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe][or 2330?]
Sat 2300 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0200 WRMI 7780 to NE [canceled?]
Sun 0310v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND [off this week, back May 27]
Sun 1030 HLR 9485-CUSB to WSW
Sun 1900 WRMI 9395 to NNW
Sun 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Mon 0130.5 WRMI 5850 to NW, 7780 to NE
Mon 0300v WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0330 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Mon 0400 WRMI webcast only
Mon 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Tue 0030 WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 2030 WRMI 7780 to NE, 5950 to WNW [or #1931?]
Tue 2130 WRMI 7780 to NE, 5950 to WNW [or #1931?]

Full schedule for WOR on all outlets, not just SW; podcast linx:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9455, May 17 at 2322, that didn`t take long, WRMI reactivating this frequency, but very weak S4-S6 in storm noise level. At first I think it`s TOMBS // much stronger 7570, but soon not // with music, which I conclude is the Oldies stream. Different programming is on 9395 // 7780.

9455 had been replaced by 5950 as of May 14, moving everything 24 hours down two bands, despite summer propagation conditions. 5950 is still on, with different talk at first check 2322. By 2358, 9455 again sounds more like Brother Scare; maybe they are switching Systems around experimentally? Further chex:

9455, May 18 at 0118, now sounds like Oldies, with Beatles, etc., still past 0202 with no top-of-hour break. Still heard past 0300, but not at 0500. This is extremely weak, compared to 9395. Cannot any longer be at full power and/or on the 285 degree beam as previously; compared to 355 on 9395, and we are between them, closer to 285 than 355, with usually comparable signal levels.

Further chex of 9455 are certainly called for. The current WRMI skedgrid does not show any broadcasts on 9455, but they have plenty of spare transmitters and antennas.

Another remote possibility, some otherstation, or a pirate, decided to glom onto WRMI`s ex-frequency? So far unable to catch any definite ID, so buried in storm noise level from SW Oklahoma. (The frequent Maystorms keep missing Enid, little precip here which we need, but not tornado threats!)

The only known users of 9455 per NDXC/Aoki are: 1315-1345 Bangladesh in Nepali; 1330-1357 Furusato no Kaze in Japanese via Taiwan; 1500-1557 CRI in Chinese via Kunming. EiBi lacks Taiwan, but still shows all the WRMI ex-programming. HFCC lacks Bangladesh but adds Saudi in Arabic at 06-09, probably imaginary (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7490, UT Friday May 18 at 0002, WBCQ with ``William Tell Overture``, so an `Allan Weiner Worldwide` playback is starting. Soon it`s obviously an oldie, Angela referred to merely as girlfriend on an antique Western Electric mic, and opening remarks about Parkland mass-shooting, which must have just happened.

BTW, the benefactor for the superpower 9330 setup has come out, per Don Hosmer on the WOR iog: ``The mystery of who is financing WBCQ's multi-million $ $ $ expansion due on the air this fall may be solved. I am at the NASB conference in Elkhart IN and learned that an obscure religious group is behind the fancy new high-powered xmtr and super expensive rotatable antenna. On the web, go to: http://www.worldslastchance.com
After you bring up their home page, click the "WLC Radio" in the upper right corner. You'll hear audio of an English accented lass ID as WBCQ and introduce the new WLC broadcasts. Their schedule on the website matches the one listed a week ago on WOR. I don't know much about this organization, but from their website they appear to be end-time believers and also believe in the so-called flat earth theory. This could be a hoax, but if it is, it's very elaborate``.

Kai Ludwig replied on the WOR iog: ``This could be a hoax, but if it is --- then it is one spread by Allan Weiner himself, since he, according to:
https://swling.com/blog/2018/05/wbcq-reveals-organization-behind-their-new-500-kw-transmitter/
released this information in his radio show.

What I like in particular are the beamer maps, centered on the North Pole, with inscriptions citing completely differing degree numbers as a matter of course. As one comment from Germany said: This is more ridiculous than one could ever think up.

Concerning the question who they are: They have broken away from the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Anything else is, it seems, kept as a secret, including the main question: The source of all the money they burn up.

My concern here is that such things could considerably accelerate the decline of shortwave broadcasting, because they make a complete mockery of the distribution platform --- Kai`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5970, May 18 at 0141, WEWN Spanish is back on air after missing last night; vs heavy storm noise level (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 15825, May 18 at 1401, WWCR is S9+30 with HF sporadic E boost, and modulation somewhat distorted as usual on this frequency (but not noticed on lower WWCR-1 channels elsewhen). 6m Es map shows lots of activity across the US, but not much into VHF yet (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1370, May 18 at 1202 UT, adstring, and then station promos for ``Talk 13-70`` and talk1370.com, never any local references, but that leads to Austin TX, officially KJCE Rollingwood, 5/0.5 kW U4 rather than slogan merely as ``Talk Radio`` in NRC AM Log. The true call letters are nowhere to be seen on the homepage, but some hits by searching further, including this helpful:
http://www.talk1370.com/improving-am-signal-reception
which also tries to lead listeners to an HD2 FM simulcast

Why am I hearing this instead of 5 kW ND KGNO 1370 in much closer Dodge City KS? Because it`s gone, or maybe QRP. KJCE pattern does push broadly northward, not southward.

Then to `America`s First News` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 6925-6945 approx., May 18 at 0146, DRM-like noise centered about 6935, but twice the usual bandwidth. A piratical experiment? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 15449, May 18 at 1404, big S9+10 burbling carrier when tuned in AM mode, but silent in FM mode. During next hour drifts down to 15447/15446. I can`t trace it to any local device, and still hear it when walking around the block on the PL-880 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report despatched at 1833 UT May 18
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