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LOG 9, 10, 11 y 12 DE DICIEMBRE.  View Printable Version 
Sunday, December 15 2019

Logs
** CHILE. 5825. R, TRIUNFAL EVANGÉLICA. Diciembre 9. 2315-2331 UTC.
Portadora al aire, sin audio identificado. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN
PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)


** CHILE. 5825. R, TRIUNFAL EVANGÉLICA. Diciembre 10. 2300-2315 UTC.
Portadora al aire, presuntamente música. Luego predicación. SINPO: 25141
(Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros,
Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)


** CUBA. 5040. RHC. Diciembre 10. 0300-0400 UTC. Programa acerca del
desarrollo de la robótica donde se menciona a la Universidad Federico Santa
María y de proyectos en Cuba, luego se menciona al desarrollo sustentable.
A las 0308, servicio de noticias con informaciones sobre Cuba, África,
Chile, Estados Unidos y Venezuela, entre otros países. A las 0315, se emite
un comentario acerca de las últimas acciones realizadas por el Estado de
Israel en la franja de Gaza. Luego espacio de información de proyectos de
soberanía alimentaria, después se habla de un encuentro en Cuba acaecido en
el 2005. Desde las 0333, noticias. A las 0337, informaciones deportivas.
0342, segmento económico acerca del descubrimiento de yacimiento de
petroleo en México, el sistema único de pensiones en Francia. A las 0045,
se emite el segmento: “Cita con la historia” acerca de la vida del grupo
“Trío Matamoros”. Desde las 0353, espacio de historia sobre el concepto de
Ateneo y su relación con La Habana. SINPO: 45343 // 6060 SINPO: 45433 //
11670 SINPO: 55444 // 11700 SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN
PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)


** CUBA. 11850. RHC. Diciembre 9. 2332- 2359 UTC. Noticias acerca del
movimiento de las carpas en Santiago de Chile y el movimiento social, luego
informaciones sobre el recorte de presupuesto en Brasil. A las 2338, se
emite un segmento histórico referente al grupo “Trío Matamoros” hasta las
2345, cuando se habla acerca de ciencia y medioambiente. Desde las 2350
entrevista sobre el medioambiente. Luego identificación de la emisora y
espacio sobre la solidaridad de los pueblos latinoamericano basado en el
pensamiento de Martí hasta las 2359, luego aviso de las frecuencias del
horario y salida de la frecuencia. SINPO: 55444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle,
Chile)

**JAPAN [NON] ** USA. 6195. NHK. Diciembre 10. 0403-0430 UTC. Noticias
sobre el programa de misiles de Norcorea, Erupción volcánica, COP25,
Disminución de tempanos en el norte de Japón, informaciones parlamentarias,
descenso de la aprobación del Presidente, Asesinato de Nakamura, baja de la
confianza de inversiones en Japón, ganador de premio de química y lectura
de indices bursátiles. A las 0415, se emite un programa dedicado a la
prefectura de Aichi y restaurantes de fideos que prepara platillos para
musulmanes. Luego se habla del partido entre Indonesia y Corea del Sur. Y a
las 0427, canción. SINPO: 55555 Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)


** KOREA NORTH. 12015. VOK. Diciembre 10. 2333-2350 UTC. Espacio de música.
SINPO: 45333 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de
30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH [NON] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Diciembre 9. 0100-0159 UTC. Vía
WHRI. Programa “Melodías de Corea”. Entre 0100 y 0103, se adelanta la
canción de JYP, debido a que no es presentada, ni tampoco el comienzo del
servicio, cuestión que si sucede a partir de las 0103 con normalidad. A las
0109, top ten de canciones. Desde las 0114, se emite una canción de IU y a
las 0117, se entrevista a la agrupación “Newkidd”. A las 0142, tema
musical. Desde las 0145, “Rincón del melomano” con anuncio de concurso,
lectura de mensajes y emisión de canciones solicitadas. SINPO: 55555
(Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros,
Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH [NON] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Diciembre 12. 0135- UTC. Programa
“Corea a diario” acerca de las donaciones electrónicas. Luego, “I like
that” de Sistar. A las 0140, se emite: “Coreano en dramas” con la frase con
respecto a la palabra ir o venir en coreano. Desde las 0145, “Al son de
Corea” acerca de la vida de un músico tradicional coreano que se
caracterizaba por su enamoramientos. SINPO: 55555 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle,
Chile)

** ROMANIA. 11800. RRI. Diciembre 12. 0000 - 0059 UTC. Noticias políticas
sobre Rumanía tales como el Presidente, Ministro de Hacienda, Acusación del
Ministro de Finanzas por la situación económica, informaciones acerca de
los alcaldes y las elecciones. A las 0014, se anuncia el concurso sobre el
personaje del año. Desde las 0016, reportaje de una empresa de azulejos y
baldozas de terracota. A las 0023, espacio de música hasta las 0026, cuando
se emite un segmento cultural acerca de la celebración de Navidad en
Rumanía con descripción de tradiciones. A las 0035, espacio de música y
desde las 0038 se habla de una escritora que ambienta una de sus novelas en
Bucarest. A las 0049, espacio de música. Desde las 0054 se emiten avisos de
la emisora, tales como la reanudación de las emisiones desde Ţigăneşti y de
los horarios y frecuencias del servicio en español. SINPO: 45444 // 9600
SINPO: 45343 // 7325 SINPO: 35333 // 6040 SINPO: 35333 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha:
Ovalle, Chile)


** TURKEY. 7280. VOT. Diciembre 10. 0215-0300 UTC. Servicio en español..
Lectura de titulares de noticias de medios internacionales. Luego el
segmento “Hoy en la historia” hasta las 0224, cuando se emite un espacio
musical. 0228, identificación de la emisora y un nuevo espacio de música.
Desde las 0233, se emite el programa: “Cosas Curiosas que Quizás No Sabían”
acerca de datos sobre el metro de Estambul y luego espacio musical. A las
0240, se emite un programa acerca de la época otomana hasta las 0246, luego
espacio musical hasta las 0250, cuando se emite una identificación y luego
resumen de informaciones e indicación de horarios y frecuencias de la
emisora. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo
largo de 30 metros, Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, Chile)
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Glenn Hauser logs December 14, 2019  View Printable Version 
Sunday, December 15 2019

Logs
** ALBANIA. 6020 & 9570, Dec 14 at 0215, no signals from CRI relays;
Ivo Ivanov has noted many earlier transmissions missing, but not all,
and was wondering about these after 2200. Apparently down for major
maintenance, maybe caused by recent earthquake (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** ALGERIA. 531, my comment that Jil-FM at 600 kW runs 30X the power
of 50 kW 750 WSB(AM!!). Ooops, it`s only 12X.

[non] And Greg Hardison replies about that: ``Glenn, it's not just
back there. KFBK/1530 [Sacramento] is doing the same thing out here in
California, touting "93.1 KFBK", while the original 50 kW on 1530
continues to plaster the entire West Coast. And yes, it is somewhat
irritating. -- GREG HARDISON`` (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** BRAZIL [and non]. 6180, Dec 14 at 0213, heavy CCI, almost equal
signals from CRI via CUBA in Chinese and RNA in Brazuguese which has
suddenly decided to reactivate this transmitter, separate from 11780
which is *still* on in // and in the clear. Apparently oblivious of
the clash it will cause (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6000, Dec 14 at 0216, RHC English is suptorted while 6145 is
OK. It seems that 6000 normally starts at 0100, 6145 at 0200 or so.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** CUBA. 5025, Dec 14 at 0654, R. Rebelde music is S9+20 but
distorted. Something`s always wrong at RadioCuba (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6000, Dec 14 at 0656, RHC English is very undermodulated,
worse than 6100 & 6165 which are about the same merely undermodulated.
5040 is off already and so is 6060. Something`s always wrong at RHC
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KOREA SOUTH [and non]. Survey of North Korean jamming and/or
signals from Echo of Hope, etc., on jumparound frequencies, Dec 14 at
1347: 3910, 3935, 3990, 4450, 4557, 4890, 6250/6255, 6355, 6520, 6600,
9105 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 11560, Sat Dec 14 at 2106, Station YHWH is JBA,
S5-S6 vs noise level of S4-S5. Tnx to tip from Rick Barton, AZ, first
heard at 2000. My recheck at 2230, still going improved to S8, but now
can tell his modulation is suptorted. So that`s his third frequency so
far on the 25mb in latest round of radio-activity, after 11650, 11550
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA. My hi local noise level is building up again, maybe
blamable on Xmas lighting in the neighborhood, altho unseems from as I
approach some with a portable. At 0100 UT Dec 14 as I am trying to
hear AAAWWW on 7490+v, the worst peak is 2.5-9.0 MHz, lesser around
12.0-13.8; later abated somewhat but likely to be problematic the rest
of the year (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** SAUDI ARABIA. 11820.044V, Dec 14 at 2145, SBC Qur`aning beautiful
with a bit of reverb, better than we ever hear it direct. via UTwente,
sync reads out frequency as above, constantly varying by a few
hundredths of 1 Hz, mostly on the minus side. 2147 switch to plain
talk in Arabic but sounds sermonic. 2152 resumes recitations,
continuously past 2231 when I check 11820+ here to find a JBA carrier
only. Back via UTw, still Qur`aning past 2252 and starting to fade
somewhat even there. 2254 back to plain talk. 2300* cut off the air in
mid-word.

[non] Until 2200, I am simulwatching on PBS World channel via OETA
13-2, `Same God` about the persecution and dismissal of an Oklahoma
professor by Wheaton College, Illinois, favorite alma mater of radio
evangelists, for according Moslems equality with Christians:
https://samegodfilm.com/
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2012 monitoring: confirmed UT Sat
Dec 14 after 0130 on WRMIs: 7780 S9 vs high noise level; 5850 S9+10/20
but HNL still audible; 5010 S9+10 slightly less noise but weaker
signal.

Not confirmed Sat Dec 14 at 1326 the secret 1300 on WRMI 15770, only a
JBA carrier but probably still WOR; did anyone hear it? By 1329 a
trace of music.

Confirmed Sat Dec 14 at 2050 on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, 3 minutes into so
nominal 2030 started at 2047. R4 almost completely readable vs local
hi noise level; tnx to low winter sun allowing skywave this early.
Without the HNL it would have been fine. First timing might mean that
repeat be at least 17 minutes late? past 0415. Next:

0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415]
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0130 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE, 9395 to WNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 6160v? to WSW
0430 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SE
1900vUT Monday IRRS 7290 Romania? to WNW
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

Unique Radio, NSW website now says will be active Dec 25-26, and maybe
elsewhen, with WOR times as: Mon 0900 & 0930 on 5045-USB or 3210-USB?
Not clear. Wed and Fri 0900 on 5045-USB.

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

** U S A. John H Carver, Jr. reports UT Dec 14 on WBCQ: ``Tonight's
AAWWW --- Very poor signal this evening but I can hear the theme song
for AAWWW on 5130 at 0102. Can hear no signal on 7490 or the other
classic frequencies. Can only copy bits and pieces of readable audio.
Transmitter went down a couple of times but came right back up. Signal
came up a bit at 0112 but still very noisy. Talk of technology and the
evolution of the dumbphone. Lots of talk about the advantages and
disadvantages of technology in our lives today. Among them the
inability to actually write with a pen and paper.

Allan said the superstation is working just fine with no problems and
they've added people to the staff up at the station. Still maintains
that they will add the higher frequencies come spring. He then reads
the entire program schedule for the classic frequencies but I couldn't
copy most of them. Phone call at 0139 that Allan said he had to take
and he played some music to fill the broadcast. First time I can
remember him doing that.

Started reading some emails at 0141. As happened last week the last
six minutes of the program were cut off as nonstop station IDs by
Michael Ketter ran till 0200. John, Mid-North Indiana``

Having found SW reception before 0100 awful, and otherwise occupied, I
recorded the whole thing from webcast and checked it later. I could
then skip thru political rants, but hardly any this week.

Amid compliments to Angela, first long discussion of smartphones and
lamenting how the younger generation is so dependent on them that they
can`t even read handwriting. Strangely, no phone calls from anyone,
not even annoying Freddie --- maybe he can`t pick it up this week. At
0125 AW announces that he`s on 7490 & 5130; while 9330 remains with
WLC currently on 245 degree beam toward Mexico.

People have been added to the crew at Monticello, such as Tom Rounds,
so now there are two Toms, in addition to Barna. They are all mainly
keeping the S-S running, leaving the computer to run the Classic
frequencies with some spare-time oversight. Plans for it to go up to
some higher frequencies in January or February as spring approaches
[so has the frequency change difficulty been solved? We never heard
them testing on any of them]. The S-S is working fine [? but no signal
on 9330 at 1350 check Dec 14!].

Staff plan an Xmas eve party. No time is being leased on S-S now or in
forseeable future, all for WlC (and obviously now not even for
AAAWWW). 6160 transmitter has been rebuilt and is in good shape; needs
large client for it, even wackos [sic; until then, seems not on air at
all].

At 0133 he goes thru the program skeds on 7490 and 5130; but not in
order and he never mentions WORLD OF RADIO. At 0138 finally timestamps
this show as on 13th of December, YOOL 2019. 0139 phone rings for
first! time; instead of picking up he switches to music immediately as
he ``has to take it``, and back a minute later after ``taking care of
business``. At 0140 I check the SW frequencies again: 7490 is JBA;
5130 very slightly better during that brief music break which first
made me think it were another show. Nothing on 6160 or 3265; and 9330
of course with WLC instead.

Then they read something ``funny`` about p.c., ``It snowed so I made a
snowman``. 0145 reads press Artie Bigley sent [also to us] about huge
fines FCC has levied against two FM pirates in Boston. Another
opportunity for AW to plug WBCQ as a safer outlet for pirates to
exercise Free Speech [but how could it effectively serve Haitian
communities in Boston??] WBCQ rates have not been raised since it
started 20 years ago [not even for inflation?].

0155 caller wants advice on who can repair his HQ-100. Answer: Ted
McGill, and AW will send him contact info privately. 0157, asserts
that the S-S is getting good signal reports from everywhere, including
his own remote SDR chex. 0159 prayer by live Allan is again
interrupted before 0200 by ID from canned Allan, and Planet jingle,
just in time for Hal Turner show (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A. 750, Dec 14 at 1331 UT, PSA about 529plan.com in Missouri,
fade-out and -in, more PSAs, one about skin cancer; song ``Sock it to
Me``. So it`s KBNN, Lebanon MO, 5 kW daytimer with 500-watt psra,
rather than KMMJ or WNDZ. That website doesn`t work but this is it:
https://www.missourimost.org/
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 2861.088, Dec 14 at 0237, carrier with maybe trace of
modulation. I`ve been hunting for 2-MHz-band MW harmonics but not much
lately, not even 2940+ from Colombia.

The 2860 area is next spot to focus on, as reported earlier in 2019:
```COSTA RICA [and non]. 2859.812, March 21 at 1153, JBA carrier,
suspected the known active second harmonic of 1430, Radio San Carlos,
as IDed recently by Jay Novello, NC, but without a precise
measurement. In *2017y* I reported:
``COSTA RICA. 2859.82, Jan 18 at 0049, JBA carrier on the signature
off-frequency of R. San Carlos, Ciudad Quesada, 2 x 1430v as
previously identified``.```

But this variant is considerably different, way on plus side.
Fundamental would be 1430.555. Any clues in MW Offsets, which does not
deal with harmonicizing?
http://mwlist.org/mwoffset.php?khz=1430

Nominal 1430 starts with the CR from almost a decade ago:
1429.91 TIRDVC Radio San Carlos (Ciudad Quesada) 1100-0400 2010-01-16

And skipping down to the most plus:
1430.0119 MEX XEWD Radio X (Ciudad Miguel Alemán) 2016-01-26
1430.018 PRU La Voz de Salvación (Jaén)[-1430.125] 2019-02-10
Neither of which looks likely; or domestic? Anyhow calls for further
checking (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 5006.0, Dec 14 at 0653, JBA carrier. Have also noted it
around sunrise. The only known station on 5006 is per Aoki/NDXC:
``5006 0000-2400 J HFD Radio Station H3A Tokyo-Chofu 1-7``
EiBi is more explicit: ``5006 0000-2400 J JG2XA Propag.Studies FE f``

Seems a bit early, almost 16 local for this low-power thing to be
propagating, but maybe. Ron Howard has reported it several times; 200
watts, HFD means high-frequency Doppler; but there was also something
else on 5006 in CW (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Note: everything(?) correct in last report (starting with CANADA 350
kHz), until the very last number: obviously, it was posted at 0032 UT
Dec 14, NOT 13.

This report dispatched at 2321 UT December 14
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Glenn Hauser logs Dec 8-11-12-13, 2019  View Printable Version 
Saturday, December 14 2019

Logs
** CANADA. 350 kHz, Dec 12 at 0728 UT, dash and NY, 400-watt ND beacon
at Enderby BC, 2313 km = 1437 stmi from here. I rarely hear any from
that area. But where`s RG from WRWA, OKC? Not noted.

356 kHz, Dec 12 at 0727 UT, dash and ZF, 3800 watt ND beacon from
Yellowknife NT --- new good catch for me; dozing off I wrote down 366
instead but also noted a mix with ODX, Ord, Nebraska, and both of them
are really on 356. YK is 3113 km from Enid = 1934 statute miles.

362 kHz, Dec 12 at 0726 UT, dash and SB, 500-watt ND beacon from
Greater Sudbury, Ontario.

366 kHz, Dec 12 at 0721 UT, dash and YMW, 500-watt ND beacon from
Maniwaki, Quebec (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6145, Dec 11 at 0756, S9+10 of dead air from RHC English, but
charitably I shall assume the final repeat had just wound up (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 13633 & 13767 approx., Dec 11 at 1538, weak spurblobs from
RHC 13700, some music better audible in FM than AM. Something`s
always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 2012, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6000, Dec 12 at 0147, RHC is suptorted starting `Arts Report`
with ``Chariots of Fire`` theme; 6145 not yet on. Something`s always
wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 13769 & 13631, Dec 12 at 1437, spurblobs from RHC 13700, and
also second-orders audible around 13562 & 13838, at ~69 kHz intervals.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** INDIA [and non]. 9445, Dec 11 at 2153, some Indian music on fair
signal will have to do, since 9420 Greece is occupied by silly
ballgame (and too 9690 modulating Spain). And 11820 Sa`udi Qur`aning
manages only a JBA carrier (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KOREA SOUTH. 6155, Dec 11 at 0757, chime IS, VP, W&M in Korean; but
it`s the 0800-1000 KBSWR direct in Japanese, listed as 100 kW ND
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MADAGASCAR. 9765, Dec 11 at 2155, S9-S7 with flutter in Brasuguese,
ending the MWV hour citing a website or e-mail (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 11550, Dec 11 at 1923, the dulcet tones of Josiah,
anti-Christ YHWH pirate, S3-S4; ex-11650 as heard a couple days
previous. 2145 recheck a JBA carrier, but now likely RFA Saipan which
had been in a Korean break at 1900-2100 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF
RADIO 2012, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA. 341 kHz, Dec 12 at 1428 UT check, yes, our only local
NDB, EI, 25 watts at Woodring is JBA on the air (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** SAUDI ARABIA. 11820+, Dec 11 at 2155, JBA carrier from SBA Qur`an
service; no signal at all, Dec 12 at 2145 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 365 kHz, Dec 12 at 0722 UT, ND beacon HQG mixing with
something else; 25 watts from Hugoton, Kansas. I was tuned to 363-USB
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 11720, Fri Dec 13 at 2105-2200, finally I listen to an
entire `Music Time in Africa` at its secret time on VOA Grimesland-B.
About as close as possible to SINPO 55555, but due to very slight
occasional selective fading distortion, would strictly have to make
it 55544. This could be my napping hour, but no way, not soporific:
not only is hostess Heather hyper, so is the music; is there any such
thing as hypo African music? Breakneck rhythm and pace thruout. I am
no ethnomusicologist, unlike Heather Maxwell, PhD, but I would say
it`s almost all contemporary, not much different from what you would
hear other days of week on `Africa Beat`; not traditional, not folk.
At 2157 the final tune is an `Oldie` from Mali, 1995.

Come to think of it, hardly a female voice to be heard either among
the musicians performing or interviewing. After this, I`m pretty well
exhausted, altho have been lying down amid earphones for an hour,
enjoying the excellent audio and modulation level on the S9+20/30
signal, nevertheless directly off the back of the antenna. At closing
she gives the times as: on streaming Sat & Sun 1505 & 2005; on SW, Fri
0905, Sat & Sun 0905, 1505, 2005, 2205! She never includes this very
broadcast, which is our best and only chance to hear it direct..
Here`s a low-res portrait and brief bio of H.M.:
https://www.voanews.com/author/heather-maxwell
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2011 monitoring: confirmed Wed Dec
11 from 2200:20 on WBCQ 7490.05v, fair.
Also confirmed UT Thu Dec 12 at 0100 on WRMI 7780, good S9.

WOR 2012 is available as of 2240 UT Friday December 13
(mp3 stream) http://www.w4uvh.net/wor2012.m3u
(mp3 download) http://www.w4uvh.net/wor2012.mp3
Or via http://www.worldofradio.com/audiomid.html
Also linx to podcast services.
[sorry it`s later than usual; and for some upcuts within as I was in
too big a hurry on-the-fly editing]

WORLD OF RADIO 2012 contents: Albania, Algeria, Antarctica,
Bougainville, Canada, China, Colombia, Cuba, East Turkistan, Germany,
India, Japan/Korea North non, Madagascar, México, North America, Perú,
Poland, Pridnestrovye, Scotland non, Spain, Tajikistan, Turkey, USA,
Uzbekistan, Vietnam and non; publications; and the propagation
outlook.

The shortwave broadcasts should be:

2300 UT Friday WRMI 9955 to SSE
[confirmed on webcast starting about 10 seconds early but not upcut;
and on 9955 with less jamming initially than usual]

0130 UT Saturday WRMI 7780 to NE, 5850 to NW, 5010 to S
1300 UT Saturday WRMI 15770 to NE
2030vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415]
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0130 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE, 9395 to WNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 6160v? to WSW
0430 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SE
1900vUT Monday IRRS 7290 Romania? to WNW
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

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

** U S A. 5950, Dec 11 at 0754, S9+10 of dead air again from WRMI
instead of SMTV: must be mis-programmed this way. This time I keep
listening, and at 0759 Jeff WRMI ID fires, and 0800 into RAE beat and
Japanese opening as scheduled, 285 degrees aimed right at Pearl
Harbor, not Yokohama; and PNG beyond (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** U S A. RF 25 via Suddenlink Cable 9, Sunday Dec 8 at 1400-1530 UT,
KWTV with `CBS Sunday Morning` --- must-see TV for me I have watched
every week for sesquidecades. Normally I start a sesquihour video
recording, so I can doze some more, not worry about missing anything;
and be able to zap all the commercials on playback. Doing it by timer
is risky since sometimes KWTV blows it away for BREAKING NEWS or
WEATHER, at best shunting it to their sub-station KSBI. On Dec 8
however, I set the timer, and also the cable box to turn on the
correct channel at the correct time, instead of leaving it on all
night; it did, but turned out there was no audio recorded, only video!
Unknown why. I could have watched closed captioning for a sesquihour,
but as a hearing person prefer the A/V method.

So before recording over that tape, as a last resort I go to cbs.com
where one may play the whole show (if you hurry up). Cable`s on-demand
video funxion has lots of stuff from CBS and many other networx, but
never CBSSM! The timer on that shows it`s only 56+ minutes long not
counting the commercials. But when playing we find that strings of ads
are inserted at every break, most of them duplicated from one time to
the next, and poorly edited cutting out some of the program content.
Not the same ones which would have been on the original broadcast.
Most annoying, and no fast forwarding or skipping them here. But at
least I get to hearsee most of another great program. Bottom line:
avoid watching CBS SM at cbs.com if at all possible.

I never buy coffee-table books, except maybe at a thrift store, but a
large collexion of this show`s Sun-symbol art at high resolution would
make a great one, several new ones each week and apparently never
duplicated. Several years ago I suggested this, but they seemed
uninterested; rights? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 3240, Dec 11 at 0744, JBA carrier with flutter, as if
something from E Asia rather than a local artifact or harmonic; but
nothing listed in EiBi, Aoki, or HFCC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 4651-USB, Dec 11 at 0748, VP brief YL contact,
presumably air traffic control but nothing listed in EiBi. My 2002
Klingenfuss book says it`s an AMS = Aeronautical mobile service,
frequency which we already know, but for details go to
http://www.ute-monitor.org/aerolist
I try that 17 years later and instead wind up on a German site,
something about financing! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report despatched at 0032 UT December 13
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SPAIN Tonight soccer matches in European team football,

24 x matches occur today Dec 12 European night time,
at 17.55 UT and 20.00 UT,
amongst them
Espagnol Barcelona vv Moscow Russia teams
and
Nikosia Cyprus vv FC Sevilla

Heard REE Noblejas at 19.28 UT in western Europe
(SW skip zone rather) in remote Perseus net
12030 S=9+10dB -64dBm
11940 S=9+10dB -64dBm
11685 S=9+10dB -65dBm
9690 nil

at 19.45 UT in No / Ce Brazil Kiwi net locations
12030 S=6-7


11940 S=9+10 -69dBm
11685 nil
9690 nil

at 19.52 UT in Brazil SP state Kiwi net locations
12030 S=6-7 -87dBm


11940 S=9+15 -60dBm
11685 S=7-8 -82dBm
9690 nil

at 20.15 UT in (TWR) Bonaire Kiwi net location
12030 S=9+10 -72dBm


11940 S=7 -88dBm
11685 nil
9690 nil

at 19.55 UT in Dominican Rep Kiwi net location
12030 S=9 -76dBm


11940 S=7 -84dBm
11685 nil
9690 nil

at 20.00 UT in Maine NoEa state USA Kiwi net location
12030 S=4 only

at 20.10 UT in Orlando FL state state USA Kiwi net location
12030 S=6 -91dBm

at 20.13 UT in Key West FL state state USA Kiwi net location
12030 S=7-8 -82dBm

nothing in Iceland Kiwi location.

73 wolfie df5sx

----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel" <>


To: "Glenn Hauser" <wghauser@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Subject: Re: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs December 10-11, 2019


Glenn,
I don't understand this 'technical issue' at Noblejas bcast center
now and then :

program-wise yesterday Dec 10 night
we had all european-wide 'silly game' LIVE transmissions,

all European countries + Israel intruder,
had at least 2 teams on the competition.

Like Milan Italy vv FC Barcelona Spain

in French language see
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7RSNIyxXHU


so, why REE had no soccer live transmission yesterday ?

73 wolfie


SPAIN. 12030, Dec 10 at 2006, REE is S7-S9 of dead air; stronger than
11940 also DA; and at 2009, S7-S9 of DA on 9690. Recheck 2301, all three
are *still* in dead air, and 11685 also detectable JBA carrier.
Something's
very wrong at REE. Could the powers that be not know the Noblejas
transmitters are running for hours with no modulation?

Mike Bott also reported to the WOR iog yesterday Dec 9 at 2216 UT: "REE
9690 Sounds like some technical issue occurring at REE this evening.
Nothing but static being transmitted peaking at S9+10 here in central
Ohio. Seems to be the same issue heard 2 days ago. Verified on multiple
Kiwis and Utwente. > Mike"


(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)


This report despatched at 0646 UT December 11
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