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Glenn Hauser logs May 12, 2018  View Printable Version 
Saturday, May 12 2018

Logs
** COLOMBIA. 5910.278v, May 12 at 0549, poor carrier, no doubt AlcaravÃn Radio reactivated after some time, but no modulation or maybe a trace of it (Glenn Hauser, oK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 11670, May 12 at 0210, S9+10/20 of dead air, no doubt RHC, much stronger than modulated frequency 11700, somewhat stronger than 12000, about equal to 11840. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ERITREA. 7180.020, May 12 at 0253, JBA carrier with 1 kHz tone making more carrier peaks ~1000 Hz above and below, no doubt VOBME prior to programming.

7140.022, May 12 at 0253, even weaker JBA carrier here with no tone, from the other VOBME (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 7470, May 12 at 0250, Station YHWH is S9 to +10 but undermodulated (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** UGANDA [non]. 15239.9, Sat May 12 at 1423, no signal from R. Munansi via WWRB here, nor via UTwente at 1445, 1510 chex. Must be off, especially since neighbor 15825 WWCR is S9+10/20 with sporadic E boost. Nothing from WWRB at further chex here 1701, 1742.

Dave Frantz had informed us that four of his five SW transmitters have been demolished, and was about to demolish or take down all but one antenna, in downsizing of WWRB to make room for more aeronautical activities on the site (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. Armed Forces Day [non], crossband with hams, monitoring May 12, instead of real AFD May 19 due to Hamvention conflict.

18211-USB, May 12 at 1705, ``Desert Eagle``, Eric, contacting a K8. Eric makes continuing clix whenever his mike is keyed; QSX 18135, later with WI0Z, 5x5 at Fort Huachuca, AZ. D.E.`s strength varies a lot; at only 789 miles, typical of sporadic E. Then he makes a periodic announcement with more detail: ``All stations, Armed Forces Day crossband test, Desert Eagle, listening on 18135.0 U-S-B, over.`` But no real callsign; is he not supposed to employ tactical calls for this? 1709 with KC5LDO, still no callsign of his own. (I don`t even try to hear the corresponding hams inside their bands.)

18211-USB, recheck May 12 at 1737, now Fort Huachuca is IDing properly as AAZ (always fonetik), says to QSX on 18140-USB. Trouble is, another station is also on 18211-USB making separate contacts: apparently they do not hear each other, too close, but I cannot separate them:

18211-USB, May 12 at 1737, NIIW, Rick in San Diego, QSX 18156; with K7NN, while mixing AAZ is in contact with AA4CW. NIIW is really: USS MIDWAY CV-41.

18293-USB, May 12 at 1711 JBA AFD contacts, one handle maybe Mike, also at 1717 with an ``All stations ---`` call, but just too weak. Only stations listed on 18293 are WUG-2, Army Corps of Engineers in Tennessee; and NEPM / USS IOWA BB 61 LOS ANGELES CA.

No luck now hearing anything above or below the 20m band on numerous listed frequencies; nor just below 21 MHz, nor 22, 24 MHz. The East Asians won`t have a chance of propagating higher frequencies until sunrise over there (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 24940-USB, May 12 at 1727, Es audiblizes one side of a ham ragchew about equipment, but in no hurry to ID even when over.

28405-USB, May 12 at 1732, 10 meters is somewhat open, sounds like W5TCX with a K8.

CB is even more open: 27025.70, May 12 at 1729, wacko CBer mentions Carolina; and 27224.80, May 12 at 1730 another one sounding just like him with extremely hostile accent mentions downtown New Orleens.

25000, May 12 at 1727, WWV at S6, certainly short skip to here at 486 miles; problem being on the JRC overcoming its own even-MHz birdie, making a slight het, and we know which one is off-frequency (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1929 monitoring: confirmed Friday May 11 at 2330 on WBCQ, 9330.109v-AM, good with no BS CCI today! Yes, full AM, and no reduxion in carrier detectable; different transmitter?

Also confirmed by Ivo Ivanov, Bulgaria:
GERMANY, Reception of World of Radio via HLR on 6190 CUSB, May 12:
0630-0700 6190 GOH 001 kW / 230 deg to CeEu English Sat, weak signal
http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.bg/2018/05/reception-of-world-of-radio-via-hlr-on_12.html

Alan Roe, Teddington UK, reports: ``GERMANY. Glenn - I know that you like to keep track of airing of WoR. Was hearing WoR on Hamburger Lokalradio, 6190 kHz from 1430 on Sat 12 May. Fair reception initially, until signal level dropped to almost inaudible at around 1440 UT``

I confirmed, Saturday May 12 at 1435 on HLR 6190-CUSB, via UTwente SDR, no QRM, poor but mostly readable, but gone at 1439 recheck nor heard any more by 1453. What happened, propagation disturbance or transmitter failure?

``I thought more likely due to propagation. There was (possibly) faint traces of audio. Also there was virtually no audio, just traces, from the other low power German txs: R Marabu on 6150, R Mi Amigo on 6085 and Channel 292 on 6070 at that time. Alan [Roe]``

Just the opposite is reported by Alan Gale, elsewhere in England!

``Hi Glenn, Strange conditions on 6190 again today. Radio Tropical was audible from around 1330 UT though not very strong, but the signal dropped down again during Media Network at around 1410 UT. Nothing much was heard then until 1442 when World of Radio suddenly faded in
and was very strong (apart from a few dips) right up until sign off at 1500. The attached mp3 file will give you some idea of just how much it came up, probably to the strongest level I've heard it in quite some time. Now we just need it to start doing this before 1430 and not after! :-) 73 for now, Alan [Gale]``

Alan Gale follows up: ``Hi Alan [Roe], Interesting, I couldn't hear it from 1430 to 1442, but then it came right up in strength till the sign off at 1500, so it looks like the skip went a bit longer and favoured this more northerly location after that time. I had been hearing it earlier when Radio Tropical and Media Network were on, but it then faded down at 1410 until it's return at 1442 UT. Alan [Gale]``

This may have been due to the wanderings of an HF sporadic E patch; we are having such openings over USA today (gh)

Next:
Sat 1930v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sat 2130 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe][or 2330?]
Sat 2300 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0200 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0310v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
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, 9455 to WNW [or #1930?]
Tue 2130 WRMI 7780 to NE, 9455 to WNW [or #1930?]

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. 9330.1-AM, UT Sat May 12 at 0000, ``William Tell Overture`` so WBCQ`s `Allan Weiner Worldwide` is on this frequency for a change, also on 7490+, but some talk not music on 5129.8, JBA, presumably still TOMBS.

Allan says he is glad to be back, and introduces his now/new wife Angela. Also in studio is Tom Barna. Had been cutting himself off at 0100 sharp, but runs over this time and now at 0105 I can tell he is also on 5129.8. On 9330 at 0108 he concludes ``here on 7490`` and says he is starting Blalock playback, but instead for a few seconds hear BS, then Blalock, also on 7490, and 5130 back to BS. John Carver, IN, fills us in on the rest of the show:

``Listening on 7490 this evening as 5130 is carrying both AWWW and Brother Scare at the same time. Theme song began on time this evening. Allan, Angela and Tom in studio one in Maine. Early on, Allan states that he and Angela met at a car show in New Brunswick.

First phone call at 0006 informs them that AWWW is on top of Brother Scare on 5130 and Allan quickly takes care of the problem. At this time he also stated that tonight's AWWW was also being broadcast on 9330.

Another phone call at 0011 with wedding good wishes. Caller also said he was working on putting together an oldies show that he wanted to put on the air. While talking with the caller, Allan also mentioned that there was to be a format change on his MW station. Talk all day and something else at night [WXME 780 5000/60 watts U1, was C&W/TLK - Fox, per NRC AM Log ---- gh]. I got a phone call right then and wasn't able to follow the show for a few minutes.

Allan talked some about the new super station, but is still not naming the group behind it. Said that Dr. Becker was working on a webpage with photos of the new construction. Then he brought up Brother Scare again and stated that he lost a client last week because he was carrying Brother Stair. He also mentioned that he and Angela had stopped to visit with Brother Scare on their way to Maine. Went back over why he was still carrying the program on his station.

Jumping around some, he stated that the powerlines for the new super station were being run the seven miles between the power substation and the radio compound. Noted that a two megawatt generator was being built for the new station should they lose electric power for any reason and that the generator and the new transmitter building would be fully grounded and shielded so as to be EMP-proof. Said that the station would be able to broadcast no matter what happened and if necessary, in case of serious trouble, the government would be welcome to use the facility.

There was a brief talk about the new pirate radio legislation moving through congress. Stated he would talk more in detail of that next week. Tom mentioned that the FCC is asking them to register all their big satellite dishes at four hundred and some dollars apiece and to be prepared for other fees to be levied on the dishes. Allan speculated that the FCC is trying to free up more bandwidth for the five-G phones and stated that he would not pay four hundred dollars per dish.

Reading of emails began at 0058 with most of them being congratulation on the wedding. Show was off the air at 0107. John Mid-North Indiana``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 3215, May 12 at 0553, WWCR is still off, and 5890 is also off, leaving only 5935 and 4840.

15825, May 12 at 1423, WWCR-1 is S9+10/20, plenty to tell that modulation is distorted; now getting sporadic E boost; 6 m maps showing MUFs up to 60 MHz over much of eastern USA, but not enough for much TV or any FM DX. 15825 still distorted, S6-S8 at 1701: seems #1 transmitter is ailing, which may be why they are just leaving it off overnight (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9265V, May 12 at 1723, WINB with a horriwobble, obvious with BFO, not so much in AM mode (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 13993-USB, May 12 at 0203, tactical military net with calls sounding like ``High Card - Whisky`` - Romeo, and - Sierra.

Various crossband Armed Forces Day contacts with hams will be enabled later this non-AF Day, on several frequencies above and below the 20m hamband (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 15520, May 12 at 0207, dead air of S9-S7, as previously heard at other times, but now it`s the OSOB, and certainly not from Spain at this hour, rather North America or westward. (NZ is QRT from 15720 so can`t compare there.) Does fade, so propagating, not local. After 1400 May 12, only weak signal from Spain (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1905 UT May 12
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LOG 10 y 11 de mayo.  View Printable Version 
Saturday, May 12 2018

Logs
** BOLIVIA. 5953. R. PIO XII. Mayo 11. 0140-0200 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica
folclÃrica, luego con conversaciones en quechua. SINPO: 54555 (Claudio
Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn,
Chile)

** BOLIVIA. 6025. RED PATRIA NUEVA. Mayo 10. 1130-1140 UTC. Noticiero en
idioma quechua sobre una feria agro granadera. SINPO: 54454 (Claudio Galaz;
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** BRAZIL. 5965. R.TRANSMUNDIAL. Mayo 10. 1140-1150 UTC. Espacio musical y
luego dialogo entre personas. SINPO: 44444 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN
PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** CHINA. 9505. V.STRAIT. Mayo 11. 1230-1300 UTC. Espacio musical con
algunos anuncios de un locutor y luego de una locutora. Desde las 1255
avisos de la emisora. SINPO: 44444, desde las 1255 con SINPO: 44544 con QRM
de otras emisoras. (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo;
QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** CHINA. 6100. CRI. Mayo 10. 2130- 2159 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica en Ãrabe. A
las 2142, avisos de la emisora. A las 2145, aula de chino hasta las 2157.
SINPO: 55444. Audio:
https://archive.org/details/6100.CRIARABSERVICEMAY10AT2150UTC (Claudio
Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn,
Chile)

** CZECHIA [NON]. 9955. R. PRAGUE. Mayo 11. 0200- 0227 UTC. VÃa WRMI.
Noticias acerca de los turistas, Resultados de elecciones, Crecimiento
econÃmico, celebraciÃn de feria literaria, festival de alcoholes. A las
0205, comentarios de noticias como la mantenciÃn del acuerdo entre Chequia
e IrÃn, la Feria del Libro y la invitaciÃn del Estado de Israel. Desde las
0112, se emite: âPanorama checoâ con una reseÃa sobre un violinista checo.
Luego la secciÃn: âLa canciÃn del sigloâ y datos de la emisora a las 0226.
SINPO: 44444 con cierto QRM en la misma frecuencia que se percibe cada
cierto tiempo. (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo;
QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** ECUADOR. 6050. HCJB. Mayo 10. 1150-1200 UTC. IdentificaciÃn en idioma
quechua, luego hombre habla en el mismo idioma con avisos, espacio musical
y avisos del servicio quechua. SINPO: 55444 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 6400. PYONGYANG BS. Mayo 10. 1220-1230 UTC. Mujer y hombre
hablan en coreano. SINPO: 35333 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 9650. VOK. Mayo 11. 1111-1130 UTC. Servicio en japonÃs..
Espacio de mÃsica juche. SINPO: 55454 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL
660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 5995. ECHO OF HOPE-VOH. Mayo 11. 1030-1100 UTC. Dos hombres
hablan en coreano. A las 1044, identificaciÃn y avisos de la emisora. Luego
espacio donde habla una mujer y hombre de modo intercalado. Cortina musical
a las 1055 y espacio musical. SINPO: 43343 con jammer de ruido blanco en la
misma frecuencia. Audio:
https://archive.org/details/5995.ECHOOFHOPE.MAY51156Utc/5995.+ECHO+OF+HOPE.++MAY+5+1156+utc.mp3
(Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 11795. KBS. Mayo 10. 1230-1259 UTC. Programa âCorea a
diarioâ acerca de la cantidad de dinero gastado en el mes de mayo por
festividades familiares, el uniforme escolar. A las 1238 se emite la
canciÃn: âRing my Bellâ. A las 1240: âCoreano en dramasâ con la palabra:
âNo puedoâ. A las 1242, se emite el programa: âLa nueva era de la penÃnsula
coreanaâ acerca de la desnuclerarizaciÃn de la PenÃnsula Coreana, de los
aspectos diplomÃticos de las relaciones entre Corea del Norte y Estados
Unidos, reuniÃn entre China y Corea del Norte, la visita de Pompeo a
Norcorea. Luego se habla de un documental sobre los prisioneros de guerra
norcoreanos, despuÃs se habla de la devoluciÃn de prisioneros de Corea del
Norte. SINPO: 55444, luego de las 1245 con SINPO: 54444 con siseos de una
emisora china sin identificar. (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 11795. KBS. Mayo 11. 1236-1259 UTC. Programa âCorea a
diarioâ acerca de la mÃsica coreana. Luego una pieza musical. A las 1240,
âCoreano en dramasâ. Desde las 1144: âSeÃl en contacto con el mundoâ con
una entrevista acerca del Tratado de Libre comercio con Ecuador y el
ejemplo del comercio de flores. SINPO: 45343 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** THAILAND. 9390. R. Thailand. 1315-1330 UTC. Servicio en chino.
Informaciones.
SINPO: 55454 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH:
Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** USA. 12050. EWTN. Mayo 11. 2330-2355 UTC. Programa: âCara a caraâ con
la temÃtica del perdÃn y de la sanaciÃn interior. A las 2355, aviso del
cambio de frecuencia. SINPO: 55444 (Claudio Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** VIETNAM [NON] ** USA. 7315. VOV. Mayo 10. 0030-0100 UTC. VÃa WHRI.
Noticias acerca del Partido Comunista de Vietnam, Partido del Trabajo de
MÃxico valora las relaciones con Vietnam, AsociaciÃn de Amistad
Vietnam-Cuba recuerda los hechos de Playa GirÃn, Ecuador abrirà embajada en
Vietnam, Lucha contra la pesca ilegal, Intercambio comercial entre Camboya
y Vietnam. A las 0043, noticias internacionales sobre: Catalunya; China,
JapÃn y Corea del Sur reafirman sus esfuerzos para el asunto norcoreano;
Declaraciones del Presidente Trump y las sanciones contra Siria. A las
0047, comentarios acerca de las relaciones intercoreanas, La fijaciÃn de
aranceles por parte del presidente Trump y de sus consecuencias en el
mercado asiÃtico. Desde las 0051, se emite: âDestino: Vietnamâ con la
temÃtica del rÃo de Bach Dang, de los templos que se encuentran y de una
celebraciÃn. A las 0056, se emite un tema musical. SINPO: 45343 (Claudio
Galaz; Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Dipolo; QTH: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn,
Chile)
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JRX Logs: Maio 11, 2018. Correction to May 11, 2018.  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 11 2018

Logs
JRX Logs: Maio 11, 2018.Â

Receptor: Tecsun S-2000.Â
CLANDESTINES
** 11530. Maio 11, 2018. 1931-1945, Radio Dengà Welat, Grigoriopol-MDA, em Curdo. LocuÃÃo feminina; 1936 Uma pequeno trecho de uma canÃÃo e, em seguida, locuÃÃes masculina e feminina; 1940 Outra mÃsica curda. Emissora clandestina com recepÃÃo pobre, esta tarde, 25422.
** 11830. Maio 11, 2018. 1905-1915, Radio Dandal Kura International, Issoudun-F, em Kanuri. LocuÃÃes masculina e feminina, em animada conversaÃÃo, boas risadas...;ID. Dandal com fraca recepÃÃo nesta tarde, aquà em Cabedelo-PB, 35433.
** 11860. Maio 11, 2018. 1916-1925, Republic of Yemen Radio - Radio SanaÂa, Jeddah-ARS, em Ãrabe. LocuÃÃo masculina e pequenos trechos de mÃsica entre as falas. RecepÃÃo quase inaudÃvel, 25322 para 25321.
** 12050. Maio 11, 2018. 1840-1905, Radio Ndarason International, AscensÃo-G, em Kanuri. MÃsicas; 1900 LocuÃÃo por vozes masculinas. Emissora com bom sinal, alguns esvaecimentos e modulaÃÃo boa, 45544.
KUWAIT
** 11955. Maio 11, 2018. 2036-2045, Voz da AmÃrica, Kuwait-KWT, em HauÃÃ. Locutor e locutora apresentam notÃcias; 2040 Uma mÃsica; ID e continuam as falas. VOA com boa recepÃÃo nesta frequÃncia, 45444.
TAILÃNDIA
** 9390. Maio 11, 2018. 2045-2105, Radio TailÃndia, Udon-Thani-THA, em Tai. IS, ID; Locutora apresenta o noticiÃrio, provavelmente; Locutor fala; 2100 Time pips e uma canÃÃo. Boa recepÃÃo esta tarde em Cabedelo-PB, 45444.
UAE
** 13585. Maio 11, 2018. 2023-2030, KBS World Radio, Dhabbaya-UAE, em Ãrabe. Locutora fala; 2030 Locutor e locutora falam. Boa recepÃÃo aqui em Cabedelo, 45444.
UK
** 7300. Maio 11, 2018. 2105-2115, HCJB-Radio Akhbar Mufriha, Woofferton-G, em Tachelhite. LocuÃÃo masculina; 2106 Um trecho de mÃsica e retorna a locuÃÃo - uma pregaÃÃo religiosa, suponho; 2112 ID e endereÃos. Emisora com pobre recepÃÃo no dia de hoje, 35432.
** 15490. Maio 11, 2018. 2015-2022, BBC, AscensÃo-G, em HauÃÃ. Locutor faz uma entrevista, nÃo muito amistosa, com cidadÃo nigeriano, com Ãnimos um pouco exacerbado entre ambos; Falam bastante sobre a NigÃria. Excelente recepÃÃo nesta frequÃncia, 55555.

Josà Ronaldo Xavier (JRX)
Cabedelo-Paraiba, Brasil (UTC-3)
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JRX Logs: Maio 10, 2018.  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 11 2018

Logs
JRX Logs: Maio 10, 2018.Â

Receptor: Tecsun S-2000.Â
CLANDESTINES
** 11530. Maio 11, 2018. 1931-1945, Radio Dengà Welat, Grigoriopol-MDA, em Curdo. LocuÃÃo feminina; 1936 Uma pequeno trecho de uma canÃÃo e, em seguida, locuÃÃes masculina e feminina; 1940 Outra mÃsica curda. Emissora clandestina com recepÃÃo pobre, esta tarde, 25422.
** 11830. Maio 11, 2018. 1905-1915, Radio Dandal Kura International, Issoudun-F, em Kanuri. LocuÃÃes masculina e feminina, em animada conversaÃÃo, boas risadas...;ID. Dandal com fraca recepÃÃo nesta tarde, aquà em Cabedelo-PB, 35433.
** 11860. Maio 11, 2018. 1916-1925, Republic of Yemen Radio - Radio SanaÂa, Jeddah-ARS, em Ãrabe. LocuÃÃo masculina e pequenos trechos de mÃsica entre as falas. RecepÃÃo quase inaudÃvel, 25322 para 25321.
** 12050. Maio 11, 2018. 1840-1905, Radio Ndarason International, AscensÃo-G, em Kanuri. MÃsicas; 1900 LocuÃÃo por vozes masculinas. Emissora com bom sinal, alguns esvaecimentos e modulaÃÃo boa, 45544.
KUWAIT
** 11955. Maio 11, 2018. 2036-2045, Voz da AmÃrica, Kuwait-KWT, em HauÃÃ. Locutor e locutora apresentam notÃcias; 2040 Uma mÃsica; ID e continuam as falas. VOA com boa recepÃÃo nesta frequÃncia, 45444.
TAILÃNDIA
** 9390. Maio 11, 2018. 2045-2105, Radio TailÃndia, Udon-Thani-THA, em Tai. IS, ID; Locutora apresenta o noticiÃrio, provavelmente; Locutor fala; 2100 Time pips e uma canÃÃo. Boa recepÃÃo esta tarde em Cabedelo-PB, 45444.
UAE
** 13585. Maio 11, 2018. 2023-2030, KBS World Radio, Dhabbaya-UAE, em Ãrabe. Locutora fala; 2030 Locutor e locutora falam. Boa recepÃÃo aqui em Cabedelo, 45444.
UK
** 7300. Maio 11, 2018. 2105-2115, HCJB-Radio Akhbar Mufriha, Woofferton-G, em Tachelhite. LocuÃÃo masculina; 2106 Um trecho de mÃsica e retorna a locuÃÃo - uma pregaÃÃo religiosa, suponho; 2112 ID e endereÃos. Emisora com pobre recepÃÃo no dia de hoje, 35432.
** 15490. Maio 11, 2018. 2015-2022, BBC, AscensÃo-G, em HauÃÃ. Locutor faz uma entrevista, nÃo muito amistosa, com cidadÃo nigeriano, com Ãnimos um pouco exacerbado entre ambos; Falam bastante sobre a NigÃria. Excelente recepÃÃo nesta frequÃncia, 55555.

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

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Glenn Hauser logs May 10-11, 2018  View Printable Version 
Friday, May 11 2018

Logs
** FRANCE. 9690, May 11 at 2003, VP talk in language, maybe Hausa, Voice of Nigeria? A frequency seldom used tho in Aoki/NDXC. No, it`s really RFI in Hausa as per Aoki/NDXC and HFCC. Trace of a signal on 7255- which would really be VON in Hausa (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 7470, May 11 at 0223, YHWH guy is JBA; rather reliable regular appearances now. Surprisingly, I find no logs of this at HF Underground since original reactivation May 2, nor any of 15085. I guess the HFU guys don`t stray much from the 42m ``pirate band``, unlike YHWH (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 6905-AM, May 11 at 0238, JBA music, fading up to S7 vs S9+10 storm noise level crashing. A few other logs of this as unID:
https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,42434.0.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1929 monitoring: confirmed Thursday May 10 at 2330 on WBCQ 9330v, but there is a slight problem: Brother Scare also keeps on going, so there is double audio, and of course I am outshouted, still the same when I give up at 2342. I do notice that both of us are on LSB and USB, no longer C+USB only. We could have had one sideband each, if this transmitter is even capable of ISB! Otherwise, let`s hope this never happen again. Or should I start shouting? Next:
Fri 2330 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW [maybe]
Sat 0629 HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1431 HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1930v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sat 2130 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW [maybe][or 2330?]
Sat 2300 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0200 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0310v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sun 1030 HLR 9485-CUSB to WSW
Sun 1900 WRMI 9395 to NNW
Sun 2330 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB 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-CUSB to WSW [maybe]
Tue 0030 WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 2030 WRMI 7780 to NE, 9455 to WNW [or #1930?]
Tue 2130 WRMI 7780 to NE, 9455 to WNW [or #1930?]

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. 7490, Thursday May 10 at 2301, WBCQ with a new religious discussion show; strange break at 2314 for a brief spot commercial; 2329 outro as having been Tom Roberts, who told us earlier he was about to start:

``Dear Glenn, Thank you so much for all the information contained in the broadcast number 1928. As usual, it was very informative.

I've begun a new program broadcast on WBCQ called Biblical Perspectives heard on 7490 Thursday at 5:00-5:30 PM MST [sic]. My topics cover everything from biblical scholarship to current affairs and other spiritual and controversial topics. This week, I'll be talking about the misunderstandings of Sabbath vs. Sunday in Christian history and how the liturgical church still keeps Shabbat in the Tri-idium of Eastern theology. I realize one half hour per week is not match for "Brother Scare". It's like David going after Goliath with a pea shooter! I've trying to be a voice of sanity and well reasoned arguments to help my audience to think critically about these issues. I will send thru Paypal a contribution to World of Radio as I am able. I'm so happy that two shortwave stations will have a power increase later this year. Sincerely, In His Grace, (Father Tom Roberts, PhD, KF7PKG, May 5, WORLD OF RADIO 1929, DX LISTENING DIGEST)``

Since WBCQ had an Available Time Slot at 0000 UT Fridays, I thought maybe the time he originally gave me, 5 pm MST, was correct, even tho Idaho is on MDT, but it`s really 5 pm MDT = 2300 UT Thursdays. Despite WBCQ already having a 7490 program then, `Camp Constitution Radio`, but it must have been a bonus filler to its original time of Mondays 2330 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 3215, May 11 at 0523 check, WWCR-1 is still off the air (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** VATICAN. 9705, May 11 at 2005, news about Africa (Kenya dam, DRCongo ebola, etc.) in English with heavy African accent; what`s this? Nothing listed in Aoki/NDXC. Keeps going past 2108, which rules out VOA or BBC; and of course, no English, or no English now, from DW or RFI. S8 signal is weakening and fluttering more, but 2110 ID as ``African service of ---``, bit of music and on to some feature.

HFCC reveals that Vatican Radio started this new broadcast on 15 April, 2000-2030, 250 kW, 206 degrees from SMG, also followed by French at 2030-2100, and preceded at 1840-1900 by Latin on Sundays only (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 5833.50-USB, May 11 at 0547, 2-way in tonal language, unseems Mandarinish, despite 5830 WTWW not too strong (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 15520, Friday May 11 at 1415, open carrier; suspect REE test, normally not on this early except on weekends. No other REEs now audible on 17855 or distorted 15390.

Wolfgang BÃschel also reported, May 10: ``UNID carrier on 15520 kHz S=8 in Europe, at 0530 UT`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 2042 UT May 11
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