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JRX Logs October 10-12, 2019  View Printable Version 
Saturday, October 12 2019

JRX Logs_ October 10-12, 2019
Receiver (s)_ Tecsun S-2000 & XHDATA D-808
Antenna (s)_ Longwire & Mini Loop to SW

** 11875. Oct 12, 2019. 1807-1820, BBC, Ascension Island-ASC, in French. Woman announcer in conversation with a man; 1811 Man talks news and recorded audio by people manifestation in Madagascar; ID. Good reception, 45544.

** 9630. Oct 10, 2019. 2321-2343, Radio Aparecida, Aparecida-SP, in Portuguese. Woman talks and ID; Catholic cleric makes a sermon. Fair reception, 35433.
** 10000. Oct 11, 2019. 0038-0048, Observatório Nacional, Rio de Janeiro-RJ, in Portuguese. Woman announcer says Brasilia´s hour each a 10 seconds; Pips each a second. Fair reception  to this Time Signal Station, 35533.

** 11895. Oct 12, 2019. 1821-1831, China Radio International, Xian-Xianyang, in Amoy language. A musical program with Chinese Traditional Music: Man announcer says about each song, all instrumental. Fair reception, 35433.
** 12055. Oct 11, 2019. 0120-0130, China National Radio 17, Lingshi-CHN, in Kazakh language. Man and woman talk during all log. Very good reception, 55544.

** 11790. Oct 12, 2019. 1730-1740, Adventist World Radio, Nauen-D, in Kabyle language. ID by woman voice and next IS and ID by man and woman, in english and french, website; 1731 Starts program in kabyle language; A song; 1739 Man and woman talk and ID. Good reception, 45544.
** 11800. Oct 12, 2019. 1912-1922, Adventist World Radio, Nauen-D, in Arabic. Woman makes a sermon, presumably; 1919 Man talks, ID and website; 1920 A brief song and man preaching. Good reception, 45544.

** 11620. Oct 12, 2019. 1853-1910, All India Radio, Bengaluru-IND, in English. Man talks and indian songs; ID; 1900 Man talks news till 1805; 1906 Songs. Good reception, 45544.

** 4625USB. Oct 11, 2019. UVB 76-The Buzzer, Naro-Fominsk-RUS. Poor reception this night, here, 25522.

** 11940. Oct 12, 2019. 1922-1932, Radio Exterior de España, Noblejas-E, in Spanish. Man announcer narrating a football game and a simultaneous comments from other reporters. Excellent reception this afternoon, here, 55555.

** 11750. Oct 12, 2019. 1705-1725, Sri Lanka BC-City FM, Trincomalee-CLN, in Sinhalese. Man talks, ID and website; 1706 Woman announcer talks and ID; 1710 A song by man and woman duet; 1712 Man talks, ID and website and next female announcer talks; 1714 Other song; 1719 Man and woman announcers talking and next a song. Good reception, 45544.
** 11835. Oct 12, 2019. 1741-1805, Sri Lanka BC-Thendral FM, Trincomalee-CLN, in Tamil. Man announcer in conversation, by phone, with a man listener and next a song; 1745 Now, in conversation with a woman listener, by phone, laughs and next other song; 1801 ID and a piece of the National Anthem; 1802 Ends program and close carrier at 1805. Good reception, 45544.

** 9565. Oct 10, 2019. 2346-2356, Radio Martí, Greenville-NC, in Spanish. Man announcer presents news and conversation with a external reporter; ID. Fair reception, 35433.

JRX_Jose Ronaldo Xavier
SWARL Callsign PR7036SWL
Cabedelo, Brazil (UTC-3)

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Log Oct 12  View Printable Version 
Saturday, October 12 2019

CUBA At 03.10 UT on Sat Oct 12, only few transmissions on air from Cuba,
seemingly little short of main electricity on Cuba island these days ?

4765even CUB Radio Progreso from Bejucal site, Spanish Latin mx program
at 03.10 UT, S=8 or -75dBm on remote SDRs in Cape Canaveral FL,
and Detroit MI state.

Also hit of CODAR signals on nearby 4440-4590, and 4758-4793 kHz range.

5025even CUB Radio Rebelde S=9+15dB or -58dBm signal, Cuban pop mx,
at 03.18 UT on Oct 12.
5999.995 CUB RHC Quivican San Felipe TITAN English sce, political
commentary S=9+30dB or -43dBm strong, 18 kHz wideband signal,
little message of China President to Cuban Pres Raul Castro,
and Pres Putin great also.
6165even CUB RHC Bauta seemingly off air, nothing traced at 03.48 UT.
5040even CUB RHC Bauta mx program at 03.21 UT Oct 12, S=9+15dB or -60dBm
in FL & MI state,
6100even CUB RHC Bauta seemingly, poor and tiny today in MA state S=5.

and some more logs in 60, 49, and 41 mb this Oct 12 morning.

5085even USA WTWW English, at 03.23 UT, S=9+15dB or -61dBm.
Seemingly commercial, phone no. '866 9808 0073' given for example
7505.002 USA WRNO on air at 03.25 UT on Oct 12, S=8 signal.
7140.021 and 7180.020 kHz both ERItrea Asmara morning signal, tiny signal
in MA state US, across Atlantic Ocean. S=4-5 or -105 ... -110dBm.
At 03.28 on Oct 12.
7260even CVA VoA US state company via Vatican Radio site at Santa Maria
di Galeria. VoA Somalia Arabic language sce, S=9+5dB or -69dBm
at 03.31 UT, 'VoA Toronto reporter ...' heard at 03.41 UT.
7305even OMA BBC A'Seela Oman relay, Persian service heard at 03.32 UT,
S=9+10dB or -62dBm, modern Persian song/mx heard.
7385.003 USA WHRI poor S=7 signal in Cape Canaveral FL state, 03.34 UT,
Aoki Nagoya userlist tells 'Heart to Heart' program.
7315v - two services co-channel hit each other.
7314.995 USA WHRI Cypress Creek SC, pastor sermon, like BS, but Lester
Sumrall sermon schedule, at 03.42 UT, not strong signal.
7315.001 F__ Radio Tamazui program via TDF Issoudun France at 03.37 UT
much stronger when switched Perseus to Blackpool or Parma Italy
SDR rx server. S=8 in Europe backlobe azimuth.
7490.051 USA Much poor carrier string visible at 03.38 UT on Oct 12,
seemingly older WBCQ unit ?
6184.996 MEX XEPPU R Educacion Mexico City, S=8 or -82dBm signal in
Detroit MI state, at 03.44 UT on Oct 12.
6105even F__ NHK Radio Japan via TDF Issoudun relay in Spanish, at 03.49
Taifun report, S=9+30dB powerful -52dBm signal.
6080even BOT fq minus 1 Hz, VoA English, talk on private media, S=9+5dB
in FL state SDR rx, at 03.52 UT,
and at 04.03 UT on
5925even BOT VoA Botswana too, S=9+5dB or -72dBm at 04.03 UT.
6040even ROU RRI from Tiganesti site, less strong this morning S=9+10dB
pop mx, at 03.53 UT.
6020even ALB CRI European relay site at Cerrik Albania, combined 300kW
units, S=9+25dB or -51dBm, Chinese childrens choir pop mx,
at 03.55 UT on Oct 12.
5985even USA WRMI poor and tiny program, drums followed by 'Bob Zanotti'
mentioned 03.58 UT, S=7 poor at 04.00 UT, noted in Detroit MI.
5970even USA EWTN Spanish, one of the stronger and cleaner US stns in
49 mb, S=9+25dB at 04.01 UT.
5950even USA WRMI weak and tiny, like TX Exciter outlet only ? 04.03 UT
5829.987 USA WTWW, En phone talk about problems of the listeners audience
'Lord Help Me', 'Jesus Is Real', at 04.07 UT S=9+25dB.
5850even USA WRMI Okeechobee powerful of TOM B_Stair roarer program,
S=9+30dB in Edmonton, Alberta CAN, at 04.09 UT. 11.4 kHz wide.

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

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Glenn Hauser logs October 11-12, 2019  View Printable Version 
Saturday, October 12 2019

** CANADA. 15034-USB, Oct 11 at 2052, CHR Trenton Military, *still*
``No report received`` from anywhere. This applies both to latest
conditions and terminal forecasts. Signal not always there when I
randomcheck so unseems continuous. Like this, it might as well be
completely discontinuous (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 15370, Oct 11 at 2051, RHC S4-S5 in Portuguese but just
barely modulated. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK,

** U S A [and non]. 15580, Friday October 11 at 2049, VOA `The Africa
Beat` music and DJ, poor-fair S5-S7, but better than usual. BOTSWANA
relay is on here until 2200, presumably still with `Music Time in
Africa` weekly Fridays during next hour from 2100. In B-seasons only,
MTIA has been on Greenville 15580, and in B-19 we regain Grimesland B
during the final hour only, but on new 11720. That should be good for
us off the back from almost due east azimuth with a smaller skip zone
and less challenge to the MUF (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 2003 monitoring: confirmed first SWBC, Friday
October 11 at 2200 on WRMI 9955, S9 with flutter fading to S6 --
propagation disturbance? But the other WRMIs on 9455 and 9395 are
strong and steady, no such fluxuation. Maybe something amiss with the
9955 transmitter. By 2321 recheck its carrier beneath the jamming now
sounds nominal.

Also confirmed UT Saturday October 12 at 0130 on WRMIs: 5850 to the
NW, VG S9+20; checked at 0156, 7780 to the NE is JBA S5-S6 noisy, 5010
to the S is better, S9/S9+10, somewhat undermodulated and also noisy.

0629vUT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany to WSW
1000 UT Saturday Unique Radio 3210-USB NSW [alt weeks, Oct 12, 26]
1430 UT Saturday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany to WSW
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
0300vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315]
1030 UT Sunday HLR 7265-CUSB Germany to WSW
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0130 UT Monday WRMI 9395 to NNW, 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 6160v? to WSW
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SSE
0930 UT Monday Unique Radio 3210-USB NSW
1130 UT Monday Unique Radio 3210-USB NSW
1816 UT Monday IRRS 7290 Romania to WNW
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
0800 UT Tuesday Unique Radio 5045-USB NSW
0830 UT Tuesday Unique Radio 3210-USB NSW [another episode]
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:

** U S A. (7490), UT Sat Oct 12 at 0000, I`m tuned in to the WBCQ
webcast for AAAWWW; bits of other music until 0002 when `William Tell
Overture` theme finally plays; sounds lo-fi as if from a remote
location. Opening remarx about ``all the crap going on`` so I know we
are in for a political rant. Mentions that A&A are now in DeLand of
FLA, so our suspicion about their absence last week was correct,
getting out of ME before it freezes. Quickly interrupted by a call
from Hal Turner who already has his own show expanded to 6 hours a
week, so more politix are coming.

I don`t pay attention until 0028 when he changes to station info: The
SuperStation is fine, operational, except for transmitter tuning
problem. Factory tuned it to two frequencies, getting it to run on
higher bands is not easy, and the transmitter manufacturer
[CONTINENTAL] has not been coöperative; all they care about is money;
after spending millions of dollars already, nothing but bills and
trouble from them. ``So tired of it!`` Needs higher frequencies on 12,
13, 15, 17 MHz to reach North Africa and area. The antenna is perfect
but the transmitter --- ``I don`t want to say it`s a lemon.`` The
company has [had?] a great reputation, but now they send outrageous
invoices and the wrong people.

AW then calls for any good engineers out there to apply to WBCQ. They
are getting harder and harder to find, those who can deal with
high-voltage equipment. Engineering is tiring, hard work, with poor
pay, but satisfying. All SW stations are having such problems. [Maybe
Bob Biermann could help?]. Suggests that TimTron and Tom Barna are of
an age to be thinking about retirement.

Then he goes over the 7490 program schedule, day by day, hour by hour
(with quite a few omissions). When he gets to Wednesday at 5 pm
EASTERN, he takes note of Glenn`s 2,000 World of Radio programs ---
``that`s something --- that`s pretty good. Glenn, although crotchety,
we love you``.

Thursday evening, VORW has canceled, so there`s an opening. At 0047
the webcast starts dropping out (silent but still playing); maybe he
covers the 5130 schedule next? Running again by 0050 as he goes thru
the just published latest issue of Free Radio Weekly, about SW and FM
pirates (Bay City MI is in Michigan, BTW, not Minnesota = MN).

Wrapping up at 0057, mentions this show is only on 7490, something
else on 5130 (and meshes with my obs earlier of no signals on 9330,
6160 or 3265; why not?). Soon into benedixion, mentioning Brother
Stair whom they visited on the way to FLA; and seems he is really
trying to wind up by 0100 since Hal Turner now follows.

I say, it may not be convenient, but as long as the 500 kW won`t
coöperate and the rotatable antenna is fine, why not connect one of
the old transmitters to it; huge gain would make a big difference even
with only ``50`` kW. Anyhow it seems the S-S will funxion at least on
9330, so why not make the most of that?

Now over to John Carver for his version of: ``Tonight's AAWWW --- Show
started about a minute late on 7490 this evening. Allan and Angela in
the studio in FLA. Opens with a phone call from Hal Turner at 0005
talking about Syria and then lots of political talk. Hal Turner also
said something about California trying to do away with ham radio.
Another phone call at 0019 which was also political.

Allan said the superstation was fine and the antenna was perfect but
there is a problem tuning the transmitter to the higher frequencies
that they need to use. Says it's a design flaw. They're working with
the factory trying to resolve things but he says the factory keeps
sending the wrong people to do the work and is charging them
outrageous fees to do so. He came very close to calling the
transmitter a lemon. Says the world needs more transmitter engineers
and asked the listening audience if there were any transmitter
engineers listening to the program that would like to come and work in

Then he went through the program schedule for the station which I
couldn't keep up with and was also marred by a series of internet feed
dropouts. One lasting for two minutes. When audio came back Allan was
starting to read the Free Radio Weekly and then went into other
emails. Closing prayer at 0058 and program was cut off at 0059. John,
Mid-North Indiana`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 0452 UT October 12
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Glenn Hauser logs October 11, 2019  View Printable Version 
Friday, October 11 2019

** CHINA. 11100, Oct 11 at 1328 JBA Chinese; 10920 JBA carrier. Both
are Aoki-listed CNR-1 *jammed Sound of Hope frequencies. No exhaustive
bandscan for more today, so these will have to suffice (Glenn Hauser,

** CUBA. 5040, Oct 11 at 0611, RHC is still on at S9+20 but dead air.
Other English frequencies: 6000 still on but undermodulated; 6100
S9+30/40 somewhat suptorted; 6165 off. Something`s always wrong at RHC

** CUBA. 13700, Oct 11 at 1320, RHC is off while 13740 is on, so no
spurs today --- wait, at 1324, 13700 is on late or after a break,
producing FMish spurblobs circa 13767, JBA on 13838, trace on 13637.
The F# tone is best heard in FM mode only. 13700 itself is
undermodulated and only S9+10 while 13740 is fully modulated at S9+30.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING

** CUBA. 9570, Oct 11 at 1401, CRI plus English relay is still on
late; so what about 11880? Also on but dead air until brings up
modulation at 1404; then I check 9570 again and it has gone off.
Something`s always wrong at RadioCuba (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING

** CUBA. 9615-9670, Oct 11 at 1406, approx. buzz field range out of
9640 RHC; worst peaks circa 9631 and 9649. Something`s always wrong at

** MEXICO. 710.00, Oct 11 at 1157, W&M in Spanish discussing crime
news in Chihuahua; no ID or break at ToH, 6:02 timecheck at 1202 UT.
Nor any national anthem which most XEs play around 6 am local. It`s
XEDP, Ciudad Cuauhtémoc. Same W still audible at 1242 with 6:43 TC.
IRCA Log says has been off-frequency -185 Hz for years, but not now,
nor has it been lately. Very close to the QRM, KGNC/KCMO. Believe this
is one I researched a few years ago in FCC database as having two
different transmitter sites, so presumed one of them is seldom-used
off-frequency, backup? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING IIGEST)

** U S A. Remember, first SW airings of new WORLD OF RADIO 2003 should
be on RMI Friday at 2200 on 9955; UT Saturday 0130 on 5010, 5850, 7780

** U S A. 9455, Oct 11 at 0608, WRMI-8 is still on with Brother Scare.
As part of great expansion of BS hours on WRMI, #8 is now running 24
hours with BS at all times except previously active: 19-21 M-F APS
Radio; and 01-03 UT Thu only with Hal Turner. This disregards other
stations` usage of 9455: as of Oct 11, HFCC still shows WRMI only at
01-05; other times Saudi Arabia, Guam, Taiwan, China, Japan.
9455 also Oct 11 at 1355 with instrumental gospel music, something
else? No, // 9395 and soon BS resumes speaking. Both are on 355 degree
antennas, wasteful but BS has money to burn for WRMI.

7780, WRMI-1 is now also scheduled 24 hours, including TOMBS at 03-14
and 17-20. VP at 1409 sounds like BS, probably also this hour on
weekdays since SMTV runs on Sat, Sun only. BTW, We also see where
RAE`s missing German broadcast has gone: 7780 at 16-17, not specified
but presumably M-F only (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1110, Oct 11 at 1250 UT, talk in S Asian language, best with
KFAB nulled. Of course, it`s KVTT Mineral Wells (The Metroplex) TX,
listed merely as ``Asian`` format. Don`t hear this often; is 50 kW
daytimer but now would be reduced to only 39 kW Critical Hours. D4 in
NRC AM Log means different antenna pattern during CH than in daytime

UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Pacific JBA MW carrier search, Oct 11 before LSR
of 1235 UT; first check at 1158 on 774 finds a good one from the NW.

At 1204-1223, bandscan on the DX-398, so I can DF whether NW from E
Asia or WSW from Australia/New Zealand+. Some without an angle were
too weak to tell, or more likely an even mix of both. In some cases a
beat could be heard between stations a few Hz apart (2).

594-NW, 603, 612-NW, 657, 693-NW, 702(2)-WSW>NW, 747-NW, 756-NW,
774-NW, 792(2)-WSW, 828-NW, 837, 864-NW, 873-NW, 882(2)-WSW>NW,
945-NW, 972-NW, 1035-WSW, 1044-NW, 1053-NW, 1098-W, 1116-NW,
1125(2)-WSW>NW, 1134-NW, 1143-NW>WSW, 1197-NW, 1287-NW, 1314-NW,
1332-NW, 1422-WSW, 1557-NW, 1566-NW. There could have been even more,
obscured by splash from North Americans 1 or 2 kHz away.

At 1232 I switch to the R75 with E-W longwire, so no DFing but a bit
more gain: 774 has trace of Japanese audio. Then sweep at 1234-1240,
JBA carriers on: 891, 882, 873, 864, 846, 837, 828, 774, 756, 747,
738, 729, 702(2), 693, 666, 657, 612, 594, 567, 558; this spanned LSR
1235, until 1238. Also after sunrise: 1125, 1134, 1143, 1566 at 1240
Oct 11 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 9345-9350-9355, Oct 11 at 1356-1400+, sounds like DRM
noise, S9-S7 with some fading. At first suspected NF for WINB as not
heard on 15115-15120-15125, but this is full 10-kHz, not WINB`s hybrid
5+5 with data on lower half. Nothing in HFCC or Aoki to account for
this in DRM or AM. Later at 1505, I do detect WINB DRM around 15117;
and by now maybe a trace left on 9350. Wonder if it`s one of the DVR
(Far East Russia) experiments? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report despatched at 1811 UT October 11
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Glenn Hauser logs October 9-10-11, 2019  View Printable Version 
Friday, October 11 2019

USA Additional airings of Brother Stair TOM via WRMI from October 9
0300-1400 on 7780 RMI 100 kW / 044 deg to WeEu English Daily WRMI-01
1100-2400 on 5950 RMI 100 kW / 285 deg to MEXI English Daily WRMI-05
0400-0800 on 9395 RMI 100 kW / 355 deg to ENAm English Daily WRMI-06
0300-1900 on 9455 RMI 100 kW / 355 deg to ENAm English Daily WRMI-08
2100-0100 on 9455 RMI 100 kW / 355 deg to ENAm English Daily WRMI-08
2100-1300 on 15770 RMI 100 kW / 087 deg to NCAf English Daily WRMI-09
0400-1100 on 7570 RMI 100 kW / 315 deg to WNAm English Daily WRMI-11
0400-0800 on 5850 RMI 100 kW / 315 deg to WNAm English Daily WRMI-12
0400-0800 on 7730 RMI 100 kW / 285 deg to WNAm English Daily

На пт, 11.10.2019 г. в 7:08 ч. Wolfgang Bueschel <dg1sbn@t-online.de>

> CUBA At 06.17UT break on electricity on Cuba island.
> TX break on 5999.995 kHz RHC Quivican English sce,
> 6165 kHz RHC Bauta totally off at 05-07 this Oct 11 morning.
> 5040 kHz RHC Bauta in En nx at 06.00 UT S=9+35dB in Alberta CAN,
> + accompanied whistle tone 120 Hertz BUZZ,
> and plus/minus 2880 Hertz tone too.
> English feed off at 06.17 UT, but carrier on air til 06.26 UT.
> Only 6100even RHC Bauta English on air.
> S=9+20dB in Edmonton Alberta CAN, (ATT off antenna selection option),
> Sport news end at 06.19 UT, Beetles song at 06.21 UT.
> 7505 kHz USA OFF air at 05.45 UT Oct 11.
> 7254.941 NIG Probably VoNigeria Abuja morning sce,
> carrier visible poor S=5-6 threshold signal
> at 05.54 UT on Oct 11.
> 5025even CUB R Rebelde S=9+30dB signal,
> little late time pips at 06.00:40 UT.
> 5085even USA WTWW English ID at 06.03 UT S=9+40dB powerful.
> Nothing heard of WBCQ on all known frequs at 06.02 UT check.
> 5800.011 USA Likely WRMI Okeechobee reserve TX unit?, Gospel choir sung,
> at 06.05 UT on Oct 11, weak signal S=6.
> 5829.986 USA WTWW En, talk on SW radio, newsletter ..., strong carrier,
> but low modulation, S=9+30dB in Alberta. 06.07 UT.
> 5850even USA WRMI Okeechobee powerhouse of TOM B_Stair roarer program,
> S=9+60dB needle-end read at 06.08 UT.
> 5939.643 BRA R Voz Missionaria BrasPort, poor S=6-7 at 06.09 UT.
> 5945.004 NZL R NZi from Rangitaiki site, S=9+40dB powerful in Alberta
> (ATT 30dB switch option), hard rock pop mx at 06.12 UT Oct 11
> ' ... touch me ... ' rock.
> 5999.995 CUB RHC Quivican San Felipe TITAN 250 kW site, En program,
> election talk, S=9+25dB, talk on Jason Richman(?) matter,
> Sudden TX BREAK from 06.17 UT onwards, totally OFF AIR.
> 6010.041 BRA Brazilian tiny signal string at 06.19 UT.
> 6135.109 BRA R Aparecida at 06.24 UT on Oct 11, fair S=7 signal strong
> enough to compare possitively with live webradio on URL
> <a12.com/radio-am>
> 6165 CUB totally OFF air this morning.
> 73 wb df5sx
> wwdxc
> Original Message -----
> From: "Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX" Sent: Friday, October 11, 2019 7:08
> AM
> Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs October 9-10-11, 2019
> > CUBA. 5040, Oct 10 at 0618, RHC English is still on here, and //
> > best 6100, while 6165 has reverted to JBA and 6000 off. Something`s
> > always wrong at RHC.
> > (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
> > SOUTH CAROLINA [non]. 5850, Oct 10 at 0612, WRMI is still on much
> > later than before, with Brother Scare, S9+10 and not synchronized with
> > superfluous WWCR 4840 & 3215. Checking the WRMI skedgrid,
> > http://www.tinyurl.com/WRMIfqs --- there`s a lot more green on it as
> > Brother HyStairical has bought a bunch more time. No new frequencies,
> > but old ones have been expanded greatly with more and more BS. May
> > have bumped some other programming as I have not studied it carefully,
> > but not directly affecting any WOR times. Where does BS come up with
> > rich psychophants shoveling money at him?
> >
> > 15770 is one of them, now shown as running all night as well as all
> > day, altho it`s not likely to propagate overnight; Oct 11 at 0231
> > check I get a JBA carrier.
> > U S A. 7505v, Oct 11 at 0237, WRNO manages to stay on with gospel
> > huxter in English, but now just barely modulated.
> > (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
> > This report dispatched at 0508 UT October 11
> > _ Hard-Core-DX mailing list


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