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Glenn Hauser logs June 29, 2020  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, June 30 2020

Logs
** CHINA. CNR1 jammer survey, June 29, I am checking unusually before
1300; at 1258, 13070, 12870 in Chinese; 1259, 12800 JBA carrier; 13550
with 5+1 timesignal to 1300*.

1302, 15130, which is vs VOA Mandarin via Philippines this hour only.

At 1354, 12870; 12190 vs CODAR; 11120, 10920, 10820 JBA; at 1358,
14400 JBA carrier; 1359, 9230 & 9215 music (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** NIGERIA. 7255- & 9690-, June 29 at 0614 check, VON AWOL from both.
Must be disheartening for the program producers back in Abuja or
Lagos; or do they even know or care about the weakest link, ultimate
SW situation? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** OKLAHOMA. 94.3, June 29 at 1650 and still at 1815 UT, KLGB-LP Enid
in dead air, unusual. This would have been helpful if there were any
DX on 94.1 or 94.5. Most of the time it`s just playing gospel rock,
not even predicating. It started out from a local church and one can
still see it on N Van Buren, but unseems anything else is going on in
that building. LP tower also hosts 99.9 LPFM. Website provided by
radio-locator is blocked by Firefox as security risk. Says ownership
is now Covenant Life Ministries; searching for that leads to a
different address in Enid. I think the station is just plugged into
some satellite feed, except when it fail (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U K [non]. Re my 9410 BBC via SAO TOME log, ``Followed at 0606 by
one of their COVID-19 programmmes, but ID as BBC OS. What means that?
``OS Conversation```` --- Richard Langley replies:

"Outside Source":
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC_OS
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 28298-CW, June 29 at 0118, beacon in slow CW, including
K5TLL/B, EM51gg, good between fades. WJ5O roster shows:

``28.298 K5TLL C HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI # 25W, VERTICAL New Freq 14
Dec 08``

No FM DX now, but from opposite direxion, Es MUF also provides WWV on
25000 at 0124 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 28224.5, June 29 at 1402, at least enough sporadic E MUF to
re-audiblize beacon K5GJR/B plus uncopied grid square. It is:
``28.2245 K5GJR C CORPUS CHRISTI, TX # 5W, VERTICAL``
``K5GJR USA flag USA Randy L Bates, Corpus Christi, TX 78415 USA``

28209+, June 29 at 1407, VVV VVV VVV DE K7EMX/B
``28.2093 K7EMX C KEARNS, UTAH # 3W,VERTICAL New 5 August 2016``
``K7EMX USA flag USA, PAUL R LARSON, KEARNS, UT 84118 USA``

Kearns is a SW suburb of SLC. He has the largest qrz.com page I`ve
ever run across: huge supply of stills and videos, many political
and/or funny:
https://www.qrz.com/lookup/k7emx
Several mentions of his 6m beacon but unfound anything about 10m
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2040 monitoring: I was not aware of
it at the time, but ``From, the desk of Richard’s listening Post,
Richard Lemke, City: St. Albert, Province: Alberta, Country: Canada
Radio: JRC NRD-535 HF, Antenna: random long wires in the trees

Dear Glenn: heard World of Radio rescheduled now on 7730 kHz at 0030
June 29 UT (I don’t know if this was the first time heard or longer
period this frequency I gave [up?] on monitoring),

USA, WRMI, 7730 kHz, 0030-0059 UTC, heard World of Radio #2040, 0031,
0044 signal S 7 (453), June 29 UTC (Lemke, Richard -AB)
Good Listening, June 29, 2020``

Yes, I see it now in the System D schedule for UT Mondays, without
notice a significant change since last checked. (BTW it still shows
imaginary WORings at 1030 on 5950, several times 21-22 on System D
without freqencies, Wed 21 on 7780, Sat 1130 on 9955.)

I reconfirm: UT Mon June 29 at 0130 on WRMI 7780, JBA weak vs high
storm noise level, but at 0143 good via UTwente, VG via Maine SDR; and
also on WRN webcast.

Also confirmed UT Mon June 29 at 0230 on WRMI 7780, again JBA vs HSNL,
but 0240 VG at Maine.

Also confirmed UT Mon June 29 from 0303 on Area 51 via WBCQ 5130, good
at Rochester NY SDR; ``The Show Is Over`` intoned JL until 0301, then
a couple minutes of A51 wildness, before WBCQ ID and WOR start.

5130 direct is useless; Blitzortung map shows lots of storms
including: SW NE to S MB; E AR; MN/WI; SC; VT/NH.

Also confirmed UT Monday June 29 at 0330 on WRMI 9955, good at TWR
Bonaire KiwiSDR.

Also confirmed Monday June 29 from 1800:37 on IRRS 7290 Bulgaria as
monitored via UTwente SDR; tuned in at 1757 to open carrier vs RTTY
wobble on 7291, evitable on LSB, and inevitable splash from 7280
Vietnam, 7300 Iran; a few seconds before 1759 cut on modulation which
I immediately recognize as within a `Wavescan` as Ray starts talking
about Gough Island. IRRS also stix fragments of WOR on air as filler
unpredictably. That`s chopped off a few sex before 1800 for IRRS
sign-on, the n/a one recommending synch tuning to reduced carrier USB
which this is not; FSN Washington very quick headlines and then WOR.
Running OK past 1810; and 1820 recheck;

(but sudden thunder here thrice around 1824/1826/1828 despite none
predicted, and no storms anywhere near per Blitzortung which does also
detect them: popups, and hasten to close down antennas and computers.)
Next:

0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2100 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

Thanks this week for financial support from Gerald T. Pollard, Raleigh
NC, who sends a generous quarterly contribution marking
Solstices & Equinoxes, by check in US funds on a US bank to
Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702

One may also contribute via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com
PayPal not necessarily in US funds as they will convert.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 4980, June 29 at 0227, JBA carrier, presumed still/again
WRMI few watts of exciter only as marker, in case they want to resume
100 kW upon it. I can`t make out any modulation, nor at 0615, but
Anker Petersen, Denmark, reported earlier to the NASWA Flashsheet:

``4980 USA. WRMI, Okeechobee, FL, 0150-0155, 25.6. English talk, music
and song. 15231 // 5010 (25333). (Anker Petersen, Skovlunde, Denmark.
Equipment: AOR AR7030Plus with 28 metres of longwire``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 5050, June 29 at 0226, WWRB with gospel huxter at S9+30/40;
only active frequency and only on weekends; the most underutilized of
US SW stations, wonder why? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 5890, June 29 at 0620, WWCR-4 is OFF, so no TOM, sob! But
he`s still on squealy 3215; 5935 DGS is on but weakish; 4840 VG with
OTR drama, instead of scheduled Overcomer (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. I recently remarked that `Wavescan` did not have a regular
themesong; in fact it does, as in script for June 21 edition, it`s:
``Opening Theme (00:00) Birthday Serenade: Willi Glahe``

But it was surprisingly replaced by something else when I listened
June 27 at 1501 on KVOH 17775, probably first advance airing of June
28 edition: ``Opening Theme (00:00): Youtube: Quarantine Anthem``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 7315, June 29 at 0128, horrible squeals coming out of WHRI
during Voice of Vietnam relay, making own audio hard to follow;
spreads 7305-7325 but somewhat elbowed by VOA/Vatican violating SOCAS
on 7305. With BFO I try to zero beat the multiple peaks to approx.:
7309.4, 7313.2, 7313.7, 7316.3, 7317.5, 7319, 7321 as they beat
against each other as well as the fundamental. Tuned directly to
7315.0, one can also tell modulation is distorted; first thought it
was Spanish instead of scheduled Vietnamese. 7315 squealing still at
0225 during WHRI`s own gospel music (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 93.1, June 29 at 1642 UT on caradio, I`ve been alert for Es,
altho when I departed, DXMAPs were not showing MUFs 88+ MHz. Among
several semi-open frequencies, My 93.1 in Hutchinson is getting CCI,
which at this time totally overtakes it with PSAs about Nebraska,
mentions Rural Radio Network (as on KRVN AM 880 et al.), then ``93.1
the River`` ID. So it is per WTFDA FM Database:

``KRVN-FM 93.1 LEXINGTON NE 100.0 kW H&V, 271.2 m HAAT, 40-41-48
99-47-18, COUNTRY 93.1 THE RIVER``

Trouble is, distance city-to-city is 514 km = 319 statute miles ---
too close theoretically for sporadic E, at least without a huge
high-MUF opening; yet far too far for groundwave lacking a tropo
opening. A fluke of some sort or other, but which could it be? (Glenn
Hauser, Enid OK, WOR)

** VIETNAM [non]. See USA: WHRI for horrible squeals on 7315 relay

This report dispatched at 0007 UT June 30
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Glenn Hauser logs June 26-27, 2020  View Printable Version 
Monday, June 29 2020

Logs


noted remotedly from Massachusetts, Detroit USA,
and Alberta CAN SDR rx.

Cuba 5999.995 RHC Spanish via Quivican San Felipe Titan bcast site,
June 29 at 11.18 UT, S=9 signal in Massachusetts. Comment on Fidel C.

6100even RHC Spanish from Bauta site, S=8 signal also in MA US state.
11.26 UT.

7305even USA Vatican Radio via Trump R USAGM Greenville NoCarolina site
Spanish, talk on iglesia and Papa Francisco, S=9+10db at 11.30 UT
on June 29, S=9+10dB in MA US state.

7335even USA Trump Radio Marti USAGM Greenville NoCarolina site
11.36 UT on June 29, S=9+10dB in MA.

11760even CUB RHC Spanish from Bauta site, canciones at 11.40 UT,
S=9+15dB in MA and Alberta.

13740even CUB RHC Spanish from Bauta site, canciones at 11.42 UT,
followed by talk of 'Patria', S=9+10dB in MA and S=9+15dB in Alberta.

15140even CUB poor and tiny signal pointing towards Rio de Janeiro
Brazil, S=6 distorted bad audio, (bad audio lasted in past weeks too,
on that channel unit.) 11.47 UT on June 29.

15230even CUB RHC Spanish via Quivican San Felipe Titan bcast site
S=8-9 fair signal noted at 12.28 UT on June 29.

7350*kHz NIL, Bejucal not on air today, maybe maintenance day ? 12.02
9535 kHz NIL, Bejucal not on air today, maybe maintenance day ? 12.20

13700 kHz NIL, Bauta not on air today, maybe maintenance day ? 12.26 UT
but when checked at 13.15 UT again, 13700 kHz was on air with S=9 signal
in Alberta-Canada SDR rx remote unit.

* at 12.18 UT neighbour channel 7355 kHz
ALS KNLS Anchor Point S=9+30dB noted in Alberta-CAN.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 29)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel" Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2020 2:29 PM


Subject: Re: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs June 26-27, 2020

CUBA 6100even RHC Habana via Bauta shortwave broadcast center, Sunday
only Esperanto program from 07.00-07.30 UT, observed today June 28
at 07.05 UT tune-in, S=9+25dB or -46dBm. Excellent audio quality today,
maybe one of the maintained Bauta BBEF Made in China SW units in use today?

5025even Radio Rebelde Bauta outlet program in Spanish. S=9+20dB at 07.09 UT
Edmonton Alberta CAN SDR rx unit.
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 28)
73 wb df5sx
wwdxc https://www.wwdxc.de/topnews.shtml


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Glenn Hauser logs June +27-28, 2020  View Printable Version 
Sunday, June 28 2020

Logs
** ALGERIA [non]. 9620, June 28 at 0607, RTA Qur`an is S9 but with
rapid beepery, this frequency the lucky one drawing the defective
Issoudun, FRANCE transmitter (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CHINA. CNR1 jammer survey, June 28 at 1334-1345, lots of them:
13530; 13160 & 13070 & 12820 all S7-S9; 12190 JBA; 14550 Open carrier,
else?; 14850 S7-S9; 14980 S9/+10 and only one with a fast SAH implying
other signal SOH being jammed; 15110 strangely a JBA carrier only
today, maybe VOA not jammed? 11460, 11440, 11170, 11150 JBA; 11120
S4-S6; 10920 & 10820 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** NETHERLANDS [non]. 9900, UT Sun June 28 at 0005, The Mighty [Farty]
KBC found here with S9+20 VG signal presumably still via Nauen,
GERMANY, since it`s missing from scheduled 9925! Mistake? No word of
any planned QSY nor any need for it. Notified WOR iog immediately and
a couple thanked me for the tip. Back on 9925 next week? (Glenn
Hauser, OK, WOR)

** NORTH AMERICA [and non]. Another reply from Texas Radio Shortwave
June 26:

``Ahoy Matey Glenn - There weren't any ships to raid and burn to the
waterline last night so Cap'n Ric was catching up with your logs on
the W4UVH website. (Actually, Cap'n can't read so Third Mate Susan was
reading the best parts to him, you know, the mentions of TRSW.).

He was as pleased as pirate "punch" (i.e. rum) to see TRSW's Roy
Orbison tribute eQSL on the site. Third Mate Susan downloaded WOR2040
to give Cap'n something to listen to while her voice recovers. Now we
know why you sometimes sound hoarse on the programs.

First Mate Mr. Turkey said TRSW may curtail broadcasts to NAm in favor
of its monthly programming over Channel 292 in Germany. Or at least
until the Fall-Winter holidays. TRSW has a growing listener base in
Europe and a relatively fixed group of DX enthusiast listeners in NAm,
so the thought is to concentrate on Europe. Right now, based on
listeners' feedback, TRSW programs music about Texas and lesser-known
songs by Texas artists.

Second Mate Mr. Bunny sent his regards and seven already-issued TRSW
pirate trading cards. The remaining three cards will be released later
this year. Enjoy and collect 'em all. [were attached]

73 and Arrgghh.

P.S. When raiding ships, Crew wears protective masks and practices
social distancing.

Always be yourself. Unless you can be a pirate. Then always be a
pirate.

https://www.facebook.com/texasradiosw

Texas Radio Shortwave Sailing to your ears from the Lone Star State``
(via Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** TURKEY. 9830, June 27 at 2202 check, VOT is on today but poorly
audible (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** UKOGBANI. 9410, UT Sun June 28 at 0604, BBCWS news mentions that
Andrew Jackson was US president 1855-1859!? Really 1829-1837. Followed
at 0606 by one of their COVID-19 programmmes, but ID as BBC OS. What
means that? ``OS Conversation``:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3ct0vzd
Barely sufficient reception, this bihour via USAGM SAO TOME, as BBC
continues to ignore North American SWLs (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. Received a detailed reply, if not explicit QSL from
anonymous Broadcast Manager at MARS to my June 26-27 monitoring of
11121-USB and 7324-USB fortnightly broadcasts. Here I will just post
the ``red`` reply portions:

``Glenn: Thank you for your reception report. I am going to insert
comments below in red. The red is only for ease of identification and
infer no other meaning. Broadcast Manager

To: reception@xcvrs.com
Subject: 7324 and 11121 broadcasts monitored in Oklahoma

[11121-USB, Friday June 26 at 2300:]

``This broadcast was from Northern Virginia just southwest of the DC
metroplex.``

[7324-USB, UT Sat June 27 at 0100:]

``This broadcast was transmitted from central Kentucky. The DoD and
NATO standard for HF broadcasts is Upper Sideband regardless of
frequency. USB applies to both voice and digital modes. (The arbitrary
convention adopted by amateur radio worldwide of using Lower Sideband
below 14 MHz is simply a convention with no reason based on science.)

Regarding the use of 7325 kHz, there was no interference 500 Hz below
the center of the channel when we began using the channel. We have
requested a small move of that channel based on long-term SDR logging
of nearby activity. The change process is not simple. Because it is a
DoD frequency it has to be coordinated up thru the Air Force and DoD.
When DoD approves they make a request to The National
Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) in the
Department of Commerce for frequency coordination.

Here is a graphic of the complex spectrum management workload at NTIA.
https://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/2003-allochrt.pdf

So, as you see, when a country decides to start transmitting on an
interfering frequency it is not easily solved overnight.``

``The broadcasts are transmitted by the Air Force MARS Military
Support Network which uses the on-air callsign of MARSCOMM. We do not
transmit the callsign of the transmitting station in accordance with
DoD directives regarding protecting Personally Identifiable
Information (PII).``

``At 0100 we had simultaneous broadcasts on 11121 from Nevada and 7324
from South Dakota. Both of those stations are always very strong. From
Oklahoma I copied both stations Loud & Clear on two different channels
on an ICOM IC-7610.``

``At 0120 there was a single broadcast on 7324 from South Dakota. It
too was Loud & Clear at all reporting stations.``

``Thank you for your signal report. We hope to hear from you again in
the future. MARSCOMM Broadcast Manager`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 28236.5-CW, June 27 at 2140, 10-meter beacon activity
lacking any 3-meter FMDX, long message with ID finally copied as
W0KIG/B, and --DO, but had to be this, missed a dit making it -Z
instead of -G, from WJ5O roster:

``28.2365 WØKIZ C DENVER, COLORADO # 5W, 1/2 VERTICAL``

i.e. from https://www.qrz.com/lookup/w0kiz

``W0KIZ USA flag USA, ROBERT E GOLD, CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104 USA
QSL: CORRECT ZIP CODE 80108 --- The second picture is my 10 meter
beacon on 28.2365 mhz running about 9 watts with 5 watts to the
antenna on my barn. The 5763 final tube is approaching 80,000 hours of
continuous operation. Yes, properly designed equipment with the
correct voltages running ccs operation can last as long as solid
state. This beacon is never disconnected for lightning.``

At this time there was lots of activity on 10m, non-beacon CW at
bandbottom, phone USB above 28.3; also lots on 11m CB. WWV in well on
25000, correlating with short-skip beacon also from CO, under 500
miles.

Yet even when this happen, find near/zero activity on 12 or 15 m. I
look for any on the latter and do find one:

21363-USB, June 27 at 2200, YL K5RZA, YL participating in Field Day
with quick QSOs:

``K5RZA DEBORAH S BOWEN, P O Box 2856, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 USA``

BTW, UT Sun June 28 circa 0600, 40m is crammed with LSB Fieldayers ---
nighters? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2040 monitoring: the Sat June 27 at
1930v UT on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, Wentzville MO, I try to hear circa 1955
via closest remotes to there in IL, IN, IA, but no signal reaching
them in summer daytime. May well be on anyway.

Confirmed UT Sun June 28 at 0300 on WRMI 5800, VG via TWR Bonaire SDR

Confirmed UT Sun June 28 starting at 0324 on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, MO,
fair-good. Next:
0130 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 or 6160v to WSW
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE
0900 UT Monday Unique Radio NSW 3210-USB
1800vUT Monday IRRS 7290 Bulgaria to WNW, 594-Italy
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2100 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

Thanks this week for financial support from Gerald T. Pollard,
Raleigh NC, who sends a generous quarterly contribution marking
Solstices & Equinoxes, by check in US funds on a US bank to
Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702

One may also contribute via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com
PayPal not necessarily in US funds as they will convert.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 5085, UT Sun June 28 at 0024-0053, WTWW-2 with Theater Organ
[NOT] in the Ozarx, Bob Heil presenting guest performances from
elsewhere, as I listen instead to $ tereo webcast; time always varies
if at all.

(5850), UT Sun June 28 at 0100-0159, `Encore` classical music via
WRMI, I can`t get on webcast, but VG SW reception via one of the
numerous Rochester NY KiwiSDRs; to repeat 25 hours later on 9455
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. 28218, June 28 at 1451, two beacons near here, and
another, a W1, at 28290, but none so listed, and no time to pursue. a
lot later I got WJ5O himself again from AL, so 28289.3 (Glenn Hauser,
OK, WOR)

UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS

Many thanks to John Carver, Bringhurst IN, for a generous contribution
to P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702, with this touching hand-printed note
sent June 23:

``Glenn, Finally got my plague check and am sharing a portion with you
just as you have shared DX tips and your radio knowledge with me and
everyone else for all these years ever since I subscribed to the print
edition of RIB. As I recall, I answered an ad in the WRTH. I have been
proud to contribute a few news items to you and hope to do so again in
the future. Have not been able to contact my computer guy as of yet.
Really miss the WOR group and the other mailing lists as my only
source of information now is the WOR radio program. Feel very isolated
and alone here. Been ill a couple of times and am going through a
spell of physical problems, and my eyes are getting worse. Hope you`re
doing well. Thanks, man. John``

When you can finally read this, John, we all wish you the best! (gh)

This report despatched at 1939 UT June 28
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Glenn Hauser logs June 26-27, 2020  View Printable Version 
Sunday, June 28 2020

Logs


and Kujang KRE also in 31 meterband today,
noted remotedly from Detroit USA and Alberta CAN SDR rx.

KOREA D.P.R. 9650.011 Voice of Korea from Kujang, Japanese sce heard in
remote SDR rx unit at Edmonton, Alberta CAN, S=7 at 07.28 UT on June 28.
Ladies singer program.

9665even KCBS Pyongyang from Kanggye site, S=6-7 at 07.30 UT, also similar
typical Korean Army ladies singer program.

9874.972 Voice of Korea from Kujang shortwave site, Russian sce towards
Asia / Siberia, sidelobe into Alberta-CAN, S=6-7 at 07.38 UT on June 28.

CUBA 6100even RHC Habana via Bauta shortwave broadcast center, Sunday
only Esperanto program from 07.00-07.30 UT, observed today June 28
at 07.05 UT tune-in, S=9+25dB or -46dBm. Excellent audio quality today,
maybe one of the maintained Bauta BBEF Made in China SW units in use today?

5025even Radio Rebelde Bauta outlet program in Spanish. S=9+20dB at 07.09 UT
Edmonton Alberta CAN SDR rx unit.

NEW ZEALAND 5945.008 R NZi Rangitaiki English sce, S=9+30dB powerful
shortwave signal into Alberta CAN. At 07.12 UT on June 28, pandemic desease
discussion, Chinese public opinion, CHN government, action halfway after
23 years from 1997 British Colony contract,
into 2047y full integration in China mainland nation.

CANADA 6069.988 CFRX Toronto English phone-in talk, S=9+5dB in Edmonton
Alberta-CAN. At 07.17 UT on Sunday June 28.

MEXICO 6184.977 Radio EXPPM Educacion Mexico D.F. Spanish program,
played lovely Mexican folk MX, S=9+5dB or -75dBm signal strength
in Alberta-CAN remote SDR rx. At 07.23 UT on June 28.

USA/CUBA (?) 9330even EMPTY carrier noted at 07.27 UT today, S=9+10dB,
could be either WBCQ or Cuban Spy Number station TX parked special ?

JAPAN 9795even NHK Radio Japan Tokyo in Japanese from Ibaragi-Koga-Yamata
site, towards zones 14 and 16, slewed 55degr antenna #208 type, +30degr
azimuth,
result 85degrees from Japan to South America at 07-09 UT, 300 kW of power.
S=9+15dB sidelobe in to Alberta-CAN.

U.K. 9860even KBS World Seoul in Korean towards all-Europe at 07-08 UT
via ENC Encompass Digital Media Services shortwave site Woofferton England,
S=8-9 strange lobe signal into Alberta-CAN. 10.5 kHz wideband audio block.
Talk by two Korean mens.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 28)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel" Sent: Saturday, June 27, 2020 11:20 PM


Subject: Re: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs June 26-27, 2020
More logs June 27 at 19.50-21 UT here in central Europe:

KOREA D.P.R. 11634.968 Voice of Korea from Kujang, full English
schedule given/read at 19.54 UT, 18 kHz wideband broad audio signal,
S=9+25dB or -53dBm strength.
and next to 11640even channel of CRI Bamako Mali relay,
probably in Portuguese(?) language at 19.56 UT. S=8-9 or -72dBm.

11910even kHz exact fq Voice of Korea KCBS Korean via Kujang site,
S=9+10dB at 20.12 UT. And low two buzz strings visible either sideband
+/- 100 / 200 Hertz apart distance strings.

12014.990 kHz Voice of Korea KCBS Korean via Kujang site,
S=9+40dB or -41dBm powerhouse signal towards central Europe,
Korean language program at 20.18 UT. (and Kujang own intermodulation
scratching jammer signals covered audio,
occured on the bcast center in KRE D.P.R.)
73 wb df5sx
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Glenn Hauser logs June 26-27, 2020  View Printable Version 
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NIGERIA 11769.904 kHz measured at 19.40 UT on June 27,
Voice of Nigeria, Abuja site, S=9+20dB or -58dBm signal here in
southern Germany tonight.

Fulfulde program, speech of male presenter to West Africa.
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From: "Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX" Sent: Saturday, June 27, 2020
Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs June 26-27, 2020


NIGERIA. 7255- & 9690-, June 26 at 0557, VON missing from both
possible channels (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
This report dispatched at 0354 UT June 27
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