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LOG de 9 , 10, 11, 12 y 13 de Febrero.  View Printable Version 
Thursday, February 14 2019

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*Onda Media.*
** CHILE. 1530. R. NEXO. Febrero 10. 1100-1130 UTC. VÃa Quillota. Especial
musical sobre la figura de la folclorista Violeta Parra. SINFO: 45454
(Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Ferrita de Receptor; Lugar
de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)

*Onda corta.*
** CHILE. 5825. R. TRIUNFAL EVANGÃLICA. Febrero 11. 2311- 2323 UTC.
PredicaciÃn y luego devocional. SINPO: 35242 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo,
4Â RegiÃn, Chile)

** CUBA. 11760. RHC. Febrero 10. 1601-1630 UTC. Servicio en Esperanto.
PresentaciÃn del servicio, luego cortina musical y datos de contacto de
Radio Habana Cuba. Posteriormente se habla de varios edificios histÃricos
de La Habana que fueron construidos en la Ãpoca colonial. Desde las 1610 se
comunican informaciones acerca de la AsociaciÃn de Esperanto de Cuba, entre
ello su historia y la historia del Esperanto en la Isla, ademÃs de aludir a
una Enciclopedia Esperantista. A las 1615 se emite un breve informativo y
luego un espacio musical que dura hasta las 1620, cuando se retorna a
hablar sobre La Habana y luego un bloque de las noticias semanales dentro
de las que se incluyen la entrega de ayuda para los afectos del reciente
tornado, Agenda del Presidente DÃaz Canel y Feria del Libro de La Habana. A
las 1629, se emite la despedida del servicio junto con el nombre de los
responsables de la emisiÃn. SINPO: 45343 // 15140 SINPO: 45444 (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de
escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Febrero 13. 0018-0101 UTC. Noticias acerca de las
celebraciones por el Aniversario 40Â de la RevoluciÃn IslÃmica de IrÃn
tanto en aquella naciÃn como a nivel internacional. A las 0026, anuncios
acerca de los 40Â aniversario. Luego, se anuncian los programas a
continuaciÃn. Desde las 0027 se emite un programa acerca de la Victoria de
la RevoluciÃn IslÃmica y sus efectos como el Ãnfasis en la soberanÃa,
problemÃticas con Israel, reseÃa histÃrica de IrÃn y del Movimiento
IslÃmico en otros paÃses de Oriente Medio. A las 0042, se emite el segmento
âDetrÃs de la RazÃnâ con una reseÃa histÃrica a partir de la RevoluciÃn
IslÃmica, las relaciones con los Estados Unidos y la Guerra contra Irak y
luego se entrevista a varios comentaristas acerca de las tensiones con
Israel la superioridad militar de IrÃn, la cantidad de centros de
educaciÃn, otros aspectos sociales, junto a la guerra de la informaciÃn y
las sanciones econÃmicas a IrÃn. SINPO: 44444 con leve interferencia de
CNR-1 en la misma frecuencia. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** JAPAN. 11665. NHK. Febrero 12. 2220-2230 UTC. Una mujer y hombre hablan
en japones. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


**KOREA NORTH. 6170. VOK. Febrero 10. 1046-1055 UTC. Espacio musical.
SINPO: 55544 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50
metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA NORTH. 11735. VOK. Febrero 11. 0500-0557 UTC. Servicio en EspaÃol.
Himno nacional, Canciones del General Kim Il Sung y Kim Jong Il. Desde las
0508, BoletÃn Informativo con noticias sobre la preparaciÃn de
celebraciones por el DÃa Luz en diversas partes del mundo y el
reconocimiento de la Idea Juche como transformadora, FÃbrica de acero y el
estado de otras industrias, Saludos internacionales desde Colombia, Suecia,
entre otros lugares. Posteriormente, un espacio musical. A las 0524 se
inicia un programa de contacto con los oyentes, especialmente de un
concurso literario de la emisora. Luego un espacio de mÃsica ligera. SINPO:
45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros;
Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH. 15575. KBS. Febrero 12. 0202-0259 UTC. Via Kimjae. Servicio
en espaÃol. Noticias acerca del gasto militar conjunto entre Estados Unidos
y Corea del Sur, Intercambio de bienes militares, Partido oficialista
demandarà a un partido derechista, SanciÃn a funcionario pÃblico,
PreparaciÃn de la conmemoraciÃn de los 100Â aÃos del movimiento del 1 de
Marzo como fecha de Independencia, Baja de natalidad en Corea del Sur, Sube
el subsidio de desempleo, PelÃcula mÃs vista en Corea en los Ãltimos meses.
A las 0210, se emite un comentario acerca de la prÃxima reuniÃn entre
Estados Unidos y Corea del Norte en Vietnam, ademÃs de los gastos militares
combinados. Luego se entrega un pronÃstico meteorolÃgico e Ãndices
bursÃtiles. Desde las 0215, se emite: âCorea a diarioâ con comentarios
acerca de la Olimpiada de Invierno celebrada hace 1 aÃo y las
conmemoraciones y la cÃtedra universitaria sobre el grupo BTS en los
Estados Unidos. Luego se emite un espacio de mÃsica. A las 0227, se entrega
un capÃtulo del Programa: âFuera de SeÃlâ con la descripciÃn de unas aldeas
turÃsticas. Luego se retorna al espacio: âCorea a diarioâ se habla de una
novela ambientada en la Ãpoca de la ocupaciÃn imperialista japonesa de
Corea y otra informaciÃn. A las 0238 se emite un espacio musical hasta las
0240 cuando se emite: âCoreano en dramasâ con la presentaciÃn de la frase
semanal. Desde las 0254 se emite el segmento: âEnfoque econÃmicoâ con
comentarios acerca de la reuniÃn entre Estados Unidos y Norcorea, aparte de
los posibles tratos comerciales entre Norcorea, China y Vietnam, junto a la
guerra comercial entre China y Estados Unidos. A las 0253, se emite una
reseÃa acerca de una pequeÃa empresa de cosmÃticos. Y a las 0259 despedida
de la emisiÃn. SINPO: 45454, desde las 0231 con SINPO: 45343, desde las
0244 con SINPO: 45444. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH [NON] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Febrero 10. 0112-0159 UTC. VÃa
WHRI. Programa: âCine en la Radioâ con la descripciÃn de una pelÃcula
acerca policÃas, luego lectura de top de pelÃculas y el mini segmento
âMÃsica en la pantallaâ con la banda sonora de una pelÃcula romÃntica,
despedida y pieza musical. Desde las 0127, empieza: âEl BuzÃn del
Radioescuchaâ con la continuaciÃn de la lectura de ganadores de un concurso
de la emisora. A las 0133, se emite âLiteratura en audio: La princesa
abandonadaâ, el capÃtulo 1 con los recuerdos infantiles de la protagonista.
Luego un intermedio musical. Desde las 0143, se leen informes de recepciÃn.
A las 0150, se emite: âCon sabor a Kimchiâ con la descripciÃn de un pastel
de arroz que es designado: âcomida medicinalâ. Desde las 0157, se emite la
despedida y un espacio musical de cierre. SINPO: 55555. (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha:
Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH [NON] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Febrero 11. 0120-0159 UTC. VÃa
WHRI. Programa âMelodÃas de Coreaâ con revisiÃn del top de canciones de
KPOP. A las 0123 se emite una entrevista a un grupo masculino de KPOP,
emisiÃn de su single debut y respuestas a preguntas de los oyentes. Desde
las 0145, se emite: âEl RincÃn del Melomanoâ con mensajes de los oyentes
acerca los propÃsitos para el aÃo 2019 y solicitud de canciones. SINPO:
45444. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros;
Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** PERÃ. 5025. R, QUILLABAMBA. Febrero 9. 0131-0150 UTC. Programa de
discusiÃn polÃtica acerca de la validez de los juicios y la ConstituciÃn.
SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50
metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** SWAZILAND. 9940. Febrero 13. 1920-1935 UTC. PredicaciÃn en idioma
Lingala, luego himnos hasta las 1934. SINPO: 45343 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha:
Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** SWAZILAND. 9940. Febrero 13. 1936-1947 UTC. PredicaciÃn en idioma
francÃs. SINPO: 45333.Archivo:
https://archive.org/details/9940KhzTWRAFRICA.FrenchService.Feb.13At1941UTC
(Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de
escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)
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Glenn Hauser logs February 13, 2019  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, February 13 2019

Logs
** AUSTRALIA. 5055, Feb 13 at 1041, carrier with trace of modulation
from 4KZ, less than S5 storm noise level. No signal at all on 5045-LSB
or CLSB, Unique Radio, which is to be expected being even lower-
powered and aiming for NSW area coverage only; WOR should have aired
earlier at 0930 Wednesday. At 1201, still a trace of talk on 5055
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also unID 4835.6

** CUBA. 6060, UT Wed Feb 13 at 0628, RHC is just starting `DXers
Unlimited`, our last chance to hear this edition, better here than //
lower modulated 6165, 6000; 5040 somewhat distorted, and 6100 still
AWOL. Something`s always wrong at RHC.

Arnie starts with the ``dreamers radio band``, little-known new
allocation in some countries around 9 kHz, sà amigos, you heard me
right, axually 8.7-9.1 kHz ELF, so it`s RF not AF. A few hams are
experimenting it with digicodes, especially in UK, Europe. I had never
heard of it. Arnie`s English speech is getting more and more slurred,
as we fear he is ailing, contrasting with his healthy canned openings
and closings recorded long ago. Ends at 0635 already after only 7
minutes. Despite our ``policy differences``, I wish him well (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 15140, Feb 13 at 1412, RHC is S9+20/30 but suptorted; wiggle
that patchcord, and no spurs audible today. 15700, CRI English relay
is S9+20 and also distorted. Something`s always wrong at RadioCuba
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** HUNGARY [and non]. 91.7, Feb 12 at 2030 UT, during `The World` hour
from WGBH/BBC/PRI via KOSU, I happen to hear part of a segment which I
then find on the program website:

Most Recent Episodes February 12, 2019 --- Viktor OrbÃn's not-so-free
media, protesting for permanent residency [sic], Venezuela's aid
standoff. And, the right-wing government in Hungary and the control it
has over its media. . .
https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/cdn.pri.org/sites/default/files/audio/cdn/2019/02/pris-world/episode-audio/2019_0212_full.mp3?siteplayer=true&dl=1

The whole 46+ minute episode, but after stories on El Chapo and
Venezuela, Hungary portion starts at 22:53 if you advance the player
and runs until 33:30 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NEW ZEALAND. 11725, Feb 13 at 0642, RNZI on new frequency, and it`s
S9+10, a guy reviewing movies such as ``Black Klansman``. Ex-13730
before 0658, which often managed to be the OSOB. Now 11725 is VG S9+10
and almost the OSOB besides JBA carriers on 11680-VOK, and 11520-WEWN.

9765, by next check reawake at 1035, RNZI is here, VG S9+10 talking
about PNG.

Next check at 1211, should be on 9700 as at 1059-1258, but nothing
there, so must have made another move during the bihour much weaker
here, the only time RNZI puts all its kW into NNW rather than at least
partly NNE azimuth. I scan elsewhere on 9 MHz band, also 6, but
finally at 1220 find what sounds like RNZI on 7330, NZ accented YL in
English, poor S9/S9+10 vs noise level, with flutter.

By another check at 1403, something VP is on 7330 [CRI in Russian},
but RNZI is still on 6115 after 1259, now with weather around the
coast of NZ, and plugging ``on Vodaphone [?] cable channel 421``.

Later I check the sked at
https://www.radionz.co.nz/international/listen
which confirms my findings:

11725 at 0459-0658; 9765 at 0659-1058; 7330 at 1059-1258 since 12 Feb
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** PHILIPPINES [and non]. 7410, Feb 13 at 1145, two stations mixing,
one song the other talk in tonal language with flutter, adding up to
S7-S9. Altho there are plenty of open spots on the band, Aoki/NDXC and
EiBi agree this is the incredible collision of: CRI CHINA in Tagalog
TO Philippines, and FEBC Manila FROM PHILIPPINES in Khmer. I thought
both of them collude in HFCC? Yes, they do, in B-18 on adjacent lines,
but alarm bells did not go off since their CIRAF target areas differ
by one digit: 49 and 50 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** TURKEY. 12035.7, Feb 13 at 1407, VOT English off-frequency today,
poor with stray lite Cuban pulse jamming; 11815.0+ Turkish is as usual
stronger, and today almost on-frequency (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 4045-USB, Feb 13 at 1204, WCY Lakeland FL with
individualized weather forecasts for sailing clients in the Caribbean,
now for the Island Pearl around Eleuthera, winds and seas outlook for
as far ahead as Saturday and Sunday (Feb 16-17). He asks how copy? and
gets 2-way replies which I cannot copy. Also uses 12350-USB, maybe
later rather than simul as nothing audible there now (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1969 monitoring: confirmed
Wednesday February 13 at 1040 the 1030 on WRMI 5950, S9/S9+10, so good
enough signal but as always, modulation on this transmitter is softer
than others like 7570, 9395. Next:

2200 UT Wednesday WRMI *9955 to SSE
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ *7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE
0930 UT Friday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND
0729 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany to WSW
1200 UT Saturday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND [alt weeks: Feb 16]
1230 UT Saturday WRMI *9955 to SSE
1531 UT Saturday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany to WSW
2030vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM MO non-direxional
2200 UT Saturday WRMI *9955 to SSE
0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415], ND
0830 UT Sunday WRMI 5850 to NW, 5950 to WNW, 7730 to WNW
1130 UT Sunday HLR 7265-CUSB Germany to WSW
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 5950 to WNW, 9395 to NNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ *5130v Area 51 to WSW
0430 UT Monday WRMI *9955 to SSE
0930 UT Monday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND
2330 UT Monday WRMI *9955 to SSE
* also webcast; direct linx to these and many others at:

Complete WOR sked, all affiliates, satellite, webcast, AM&FM, podcast:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 3264.87, Feb 13 at 0011, WBCQ testing here for the second
night on slightly higher drift: VP S6-S9 but sounds like AW in
conversation with others, so maybe an AWWW playback, altho most of the
time that`s a monolog. Or it could be Pirate Joe on WHVW who sounds a
bit like AW, similar accent. Not // 7490+ or 9330+ and 5130+ not on
the air. This was apparently on late- or all-night as Wolfgang
Bueschel was still hearing it via remote at 0835 Feb 13 on 3264.883.

Reception much better closer to Maine of course, and the previous
night, Feb 12, David Hodgson in Nashville TN reported: ``3265 WBCQ
(presumed) 0945 Feb 12, Jazz and Blues music. ID around 1000 "Heart
and soul of American music WHVW" No mention of WBCQ. WHVW ID again a
few minutes later. Checked an hour later and heard right wing rant
call in talk show. Call in number 207-538-9180. Odd time of day to be
on the air``. That is WBCQ`s own public phone number, which I used to
use to feed WOR to them.

Why are all WBCQ transmitters never [hardly ever] on-frequency? I
guess it`s because they rely on ground crystal-controlling, an inexact
science; surely the Superstation will employ frequency synthesizer,
altho if everything stay on 9330[.000?] as planned, rapid and accurate
changes will be foregone, while azimuths will be rotated (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 4980, Feb 13 at 1156, surprised to find S9+10 signal here
playing music loop, the theme from R. Prague; got to be WRMI-3, which
is still websked at 21-24 UT only, with Supreme Master TV. Must be a
test, not // 9955 or 9395 now. 1159 Spanish ID strangely mixed with
bubbling utenoise which seems to be in the audio rather than QRM; 1200
to othermusic but shortly cut off the air. 5010 is not on the air.
Aha, must be mistake or change from that, as 5010 WRMI-14 is scheduled
at 11-12 including R. Praga at 1130 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A. 7505, Feb 13 at 0637, WRNO is ending a program from BGEA,
two IDs and contact info; sked must be skewed. Next show starts with
some Morse code (faux?) I am not prepared to copy mixed with intro
music. It`s the flagship of WRNO`s current owner, ``Good News with
Robert Mawire`` (mah-WEE-ree), who starts by exclaiming over and over
``Give me the mountain``. Off-putting style of preaching but nowhere
near that attained by Blalock the Blaster on otherstations.

Again at 1145, I find 7505 is dead air, altho hints of bits of mod; in
Chinese by now? Still dead at 1218; I`m unfortunately awake but WRNO
is not (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 4840, Feb 13 at 1044, WWCR dead air at S9+30, yet another
station failing to fulfill overnight. Supposed to be TOMBS now; by
1154, BS is back. When this happen, 1) is any exact record available
or kept on the extent of the failure? and 2) is it determined whether
the programmer or the station is at fault (or middlething like a
satellite company)?; and 3) is a financial adjustment made in billing?
Or is the client not paying by the minute but rather some kind of flat
rate subject to uncompensated outages? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A. 17774.989, Feb 13 at 1457, KVOH already on with dead air and
some hum at S9+30, 1500 fading to S9/S6, and no audio yet. Usually at
the outset it`s a JBA carrier at best. Must be getting some February
sporadic-E boost, but when I get around to checking the DXmap at 1725,
not a trace of any DX above 50 MHz; of course all we need for KVOH is
an MUF of 18 MHz, which would be noticed only via a few US SWBC
transmitters. But now on the 28 MHz map there are a few Es contacts
across eastern USA, with an estimated MUF of 71 MHz. As usual, KVOH is
slightly off-frequency-minus (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 4835.6, Feb 13 at 1045 while 4840 WWCR is dead air, a
JJBBA carrier here; I don`t suppose OzyRadio or Sikkim would be on the
air but this far off channel, would they? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 5035, Feb 13 at 1041 VP carrier, perhaps R. EducaÃÃo
Rural, Coari, Brasil, the only thing listed in EiBi and Aoki/NDXC (no
more Aparecida on this frequency). EiBi has it at 09-02 on 5035.1, so
I should be more exact; Aoki at 10-01 and doesn`t mess with decimals
from anything, quite a drawback. WRTH 2019 has RER only, but double-
daggered as inactive. Only other 5035 is in EiBi, Russian Spy Numbers
S06, Tuesdays at 1100-1110, unknown site, unlikely to make it here
unless it`s from the FE (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1800 UT February 13
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Glenn Hauser logs February 12-13, 2019  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, February 13 2019

Logs
** BANGLADESH. 4750, Feb 12 at 1345, talk and song I would say is S
Asian, so presumed Bangladesh Betar, rather than other possibility
CNR1 Hailar --- should have ruled that out by // check to another CNR1
frequency. CODAR QRM swishing from both sides. And QRM from non-
Spanish 2-way on 4751.8-USB. Anyhow 4750 is the best Asian signal on
60m along with many JBA carriers corresponding to Tibet, East
Turkistan, China, India and peripheries, such as 4760 (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** BRAZIL [non]. 6090, Feb 13 at 0001, I`m trying again to hear the
alleged Radio Bandeirantes: one weak signal here on the Icom, can`t
tell language; 0007 I`ve switched to the JRC and there are two signals
mixing, the stronger one sounding more and more like Chinese by 0015,
i.e. CNR2 from Golmud. (My closest streetlight ignites with a wideband
RF noise burst at 0016; mostly clear sky but some orange clouds on the
sunset horizon.) By 0032 the otherlang is atop, and I think it is
Spanish rather than Portuguese. The 6090 situation is somewhat
clarified:

Wolfgang Bueschel reports Iran already on with IS at 2345 Feb 12.
We`ve had contradictory info about when VIRI`s Spanish broadcast start
--- 2320, 2350 or 0020, but it appears that 2350 is the winner.

We`ve also wondered whether the Bandeirantes on 6090 heard in Brasil
be a pirate and not a reactivation of the real station. And whether
report of it as ``RÃdio Livre`` which means ``Free Radio`` refer to it
as a pirate, or the name of a real program on RB?

Daniel Wyllyans has just answered that on HCDX: ``6090 RÃdio Livre
Bandeirantes --- Yes and no. Yes, the program is officially from RÃdio
Bandeirantes. No, TX is not the 10 KW Bandeirantes. Is another person
with 30 watts in 6090 MG state. 73 Daniel Wyllyans``

So even if that be on air at this hour, we are certainly not going to
hear it in NAm with China, Iran and sometimes even Anguilla also on
6090 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 12300, Feb 12 at 1350, RHC harmonic 2 x 6150 still here at
S2-S5. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** TAIWAN [and non]. 6075, Feb 12 at 1352 open carrier at S7-S9,
except for a brief noise burst; 1400 one tone and lively Chinese
programming including song, i.e. RTI as scheduled starting Chinese at
1400 via Kouhu site; but now there is also a second station talking
and making a SAH, i.e. CNR1 jamming. Or vice versa (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** TAJIKISTAN. 4765.059, Feb 12 at 1345, VP signal from something,
presumed Tajik Radio, Dushanbe. Offset to 4765.06 has been reported
recently by Gianni Serra, Roma; Wolfgang Bueschel on 4765.070; Anker
Petersen, Denmark, had R. Progreso, Cuba on 4765.06! But that would
never be on the air at this hour and when I do hear it in the 0130-
0500 span, it`s never off-frequency. Tajik is sometimes logged as
merely ``4765`` apparently by those not paying attention to detail.
From DXLD 18-11: ``Tajik Radio, which was reported by Kouji Hashimoto
and Wolfgang BÃschel, in the Feb 19-26 period variously as 4765.06,
4765.054, 4765.057, as in DXLD 18-09`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A [non]. 11570, Feb 12 at 1455, Korean is S9-S7, VOA jingle.
This 14-16 broadcast is the sole station anywhen on 11570, 21 degrees
via Tinang, PHILIPPINES, carrying right on USward (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1969 monitoring: confirmed Tuesday Feb 12 at
2055 the 2030 on WRMI 7780: JBA on DX-375 portable, but sounds like
me. Next [BTW, is Unique Radio really Carrier + LSB, or pure LSB?]:

0930 UT Wednesday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND
1030 UT Wednesday WRMI 5950 to WNW
2200 UT Wednesday WRMI *9955 to SSE
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ *7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE
0930 UT Friday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND
0729 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany to WSW
1200 UT Saturday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND [alt weeks: Feb 16]
1230 UT Saturday WRMI *9955 to SSE
1531 UT Saturday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany to WSW
2030vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM MO non-direxional
2200 UT Saturday WRMI *9955 to SSE
0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415], ND
0830 UT Sunday WRMI 5850 to NW, 5950 to WNW, 7730 to WNW
1130 UT Sunday HLR 7265-CUSB Germany to WSW
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 5950 to WNW, 9395 to NNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ *5130v Area 51 to WSW
0430 UT Monday WRMI *9955 to SSE
0930 UT Monday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND
2330 UT Monday WRMI *9955 to SSE
* also webcast; direct linx to these and many others at:

Complete WOR sked, all affiliates, satellite, webcast, AM&FM, podcast:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5970, Feb 12 at 1355, RCM ID and start ``Salve Regina``
chant quickly cut off; by 1358, same is running on stronger 12050. So
WEWN is successfully emanating both Spanish transmitters today (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. Not that it matter much at all, but this log was on Feb
10, not 11 as in original report; fixed: 27185, Feb 10 at 1915 on
caradio, someone local is transmitting a big hum on this prime CB
frequency (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 0218 UT February 13
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log 2315 - 0200 UT on Febr 11 / 12  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, February 12 2019

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log 2315 - 0200 UT on Febr 11 / 12


TAJIKISTAN VoTibet via Dushanbe Yangi Yul 7499even at 2315 UT on Febr 11,
and from 2335 UT on 7504 kHz. S=9 signal strength in Hiroshima Japan
remote installation at 2342 UT, Febr 11.
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 11)


MALAYSIA NOT on 9835 kHz on Febr 11 at 2320 UT.
Nothing heard of RTM Kajang in past days and not in previous hours,
when checked Delhi, Hanoi, Jakarta, Hiroshima nor on Seoul Korea
Perseus/KiwiSDR sites on 9835 kHz.

But RTM Wai FM program from Kajang site on 11665 kHz
heard ON AIR also in 23-24 UT slot tonight Febr UT 11.


As well as at 10-11 UT.

Easily compare by livestream
https://myklik.rtm.gov.my/radio/Wai_FM?r=regional8
latter which is 16 second behind/late on my PC against SW 11665even kHz
Perseus unit in Hiroshima Japan access.
Excellent audio quality.
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 11)
Nothing heard at 1730 UT now in remote 4S7VK site at Piliyandala Ceylon.


GUAM 17650.012 kHz KSDA AWR Agat Guam, scheduled Amoy sce, sermon heard
at 0108 UT on Febr 12. S=9 or -76dBm signal in remote SDR at Tokyo
on Japan island. 10.4 kHz wide audio block.
Excellent audio - AWR-like positivelly.
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 12)


TAIWAN 15799.946 odd fq SOH Sound of Hope from Miaoli Taiwan site,
S=6 at 0112 UT on Febr 12.
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 12)


NEW ZEALAND 15720.015 R NZi Rangitaiki at 0115 UT on Febr 12, in remote
Tokyo SDR S=7-8 level, fluttery sidelobe ?
Talk of government help AUS/NZL/CAN on foreign currency
like Solomon Island matter (?)
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 12)


CHINA 15710.003 Seldom heard b a d distorted audio transmission
from China Mainland RTC bcast center these days.
CNR 6th national program in Amoy, disturbed by some wobble
whistle
(8 strings visible either sideband) sound at 0120 UT on Feb 12
Is this a jamming cover type by the Taiwanese ??
S=9+15dB in Tokyo Japan remote SDR.
Sweet Chinese folk music singer heard.
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 12)

PHILIPPINES 15560even FEBC Bocaue in Javanese towards Indonesia at
01.23:50 UT, 'P.O.Box ...' given at ?Sunga? city ?
10.4 kHz wideband signal, nice sound of Gamelan
the traditional ensemble music with drums of Java.


S=9+10dB in Tokyo Japan post.

15110even Just warm-up by IBB BBG Tinang-PHL relay site
at 01.26 UT. Noted test tone alignement procedure by the
technician of exact 1004 Hertz audio strings visible
on either sideband.


S=6 fair sidelobe into Tokyo remote SDR unit.
Scheduled 0130-0230 UT in Burmese service, opened program
by Yankee Doodle fanfare at 01.28:35 UT on Febr 12.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 11 / 12)

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JRX Logs: 10 de Fevereiro de 2019.  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, February 12 2019

Logs
JRX Logs: 10 de Fevereiro de 2019.ÂÂ

Receptor (es): ICOM IC-R6.

BRASIL
** 980. 10/2/2019, 0249-0258, Radio Nacional de BrasÃlia, BrasÃlia-DF. Locutor apresenta um programa musical e Cauby Peixoto interpreta uma melodia; Poema sobre a Virgem Maria, em voa masculina. RecepÃÃo variando entre satisfatÃria e pobre, 35433 to 35322.
** 1000. 10/2/2019, 0236-0248, Radio Record, SÃo Paulo-SP. FiÃis fazem seus depoimentos de curas em conversaÃÃo com o pastor de plantÃo nesta programaÃÃo IURD; 0245 AnÃncios de programaÃÃo. RecepÃÃo com sinal bom e modulaÃÃo satisfatÃria, 45433.
** 1090. 10/2/2019, 0148-0203, Radio Metropolitana, Rio de Janeiro-RJ. Pastora faz uma pregaÃÃo religiosa; 0158 Finais do programa, ID e convida os ouvintes para a prÃxima ediÃÃo; 0200 ID: Radio Metropolitana Am, 24 horas no ar! e o anÃncio do prÃximo programa com o pai LÃzaro e mÃe....RecepÃÃo com sinal regular e QRM moderado, 35322.

TURQUIA
** 9410. 10/2/2019, 0205-0230, La Voz de TurquÃa, Emirler-TUR, em Espanhol. NoticiÃrio em voz feminina; ID; 0212 Programa "Hoy en la Historia", na apresentaÃÃo de locutora, a qual fala sobre alguns fatos passados, importantes , nesta data; 0215 Programa "Turquia, destino ideal para os turistas": Abordando sobre Hatusa, a capital do ImpÃrio Hitita; 0226 MÃsica turca. RecepÃÃo Ãtima, 45554.

USA
** 6195. 10/2/2019, 0900-0929, NHK World Japan, Furman-SC, em PortuguÃs. IS, ID e sked da emissora em portuguÃs e, a seguir, o NoticiÃrio NHK em locuÃÃo masculina; ID; 0910 Programa "Ponto de Encontro": dedicado aos ouvintes e suas correspondÃncias, na apresentaÃÃo de Sonia Nakagawa e Ewerthon; 0929 Final da ediÃÃo. RecepÃÃo boa nesta manhÃ, 45544.


JRX_Josà Ronaldo XavierÂ
SWARL Callsign PR7036SWL
Cabedelo-PB, Brasil (UTC-3)


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