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Glenn Hauser logs October 5-6-7, 2018  View Printable Version 
Sunday, October 07 2018

Logs
** BRAZIL. 11856.86, Oct 7 at 0059, R. Aparecida is way off-frequency
again, VP with Brazuguese talk (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 5025, Oct 7 at 0047, R. Rebelde music is very suptorted at
S9+25. See also USA: WWRB for QRM against RHC 5040. Something`s always
wrong at RadioCuba (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also
USA: WRMI about jamming; and USA: WWRB about spurs

** GUATEMALA. 4055, follow-ups to the imaginary ``worldwide`` test of
Radio Truth, Oct 4 in the afternoon:

New mail from Radio Verdad about its test transmission. It's all so
strange...?????:

"Apreciado Don Manuel: Me acaban de informar que la transmisiÃn se
llevà a cabo por la maÃana, y ya la suspendieron porque se calentà un
poco el equipo. Ãdgar Madrid Radio Verdad ------------------"
(via Manuel MÃndez, Spain, 0428 UT Oct 5, WOR iog via DXLD)

Translation:

Thanks, Manuel. I was just informed that the transmission was carried
out in the morning but was stopped because the equipment got a bit hot
(via Ed Sylvester, ibid.)

Estimado Glenn, lee el email que copio abajo y que me envià Ãdgar
AmÃlcar Madrid, de Radio Verdad, y que es la respuesta a un DX-ista
italiano sobre un informe que envià de una de sus transmisones
regulares pensando que era la emisiÃn de "Transworld Radio Verdad", y
sobre todo las explicaciones que da sobre el no salir al aire.

Yo creo que al Sr. Ãdgar alguien lo està engaÃando, que està poniendo
dinero en un proyecto que no existe, y que cada vez le piden mÃs
dinero con multiples disculpas de averÃas, problemas, etc. ÂQuÃ
opinas? Un cordial saludo (Manuel MÃndez, Lugo, Spain, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

Manuel believes that Dr. M is being duped, putting money into a
project that does not exist, time after time being asked for more
money with multiple apologies for problems.

[I also received the reply from Dr M, a cc of his reply to this:

``Salve Dr Edgar, I send the signal of Radio Verdad that I receive
with my radio in Italy, the signal is weak, even the audio, at 2230
UTC. Good saturday and good Sunday, Davide Borroni``]

Aquà està el e-mail:

"Dear Davide Borroni, from Italy:

Thank you very much for you report of Radio Truth. I appreciate it
very much.

Sorry, the signal you picked up was NOT Transworld Radio Truth signal,
but our regular short wave of Radio Truth. When you pick up Transworld
Radio Truth, you will receive a very strong signal, but did NOT
actually send our Transworld Radio Truth signal at this time, due to
the fact that our satelite connection was not made correctly. There
was an error with one of the several connecting apparatus. In order to
correct the error, we are supposed to buy a new one, and our money is
not enough at the present time. We'll advise you whenever we are ready
to send out the signal to Europe. It is going to be a strong signal.

Excuse us please. May God bless you. Dr. Ãdgar AmÃlcar Madrid General
Manager and Director -------------------------------------"

I warned Dr M as soon as he first started to publicize this years ago
that it was likely a scam, that he should demand proof and exact
explanation of how it could be accomplished. And several times since
(Glenn Hauser, ibid.)

``As of 2005-2015 nothing but some kind of ute noise blob on the plus
side of 4055, at UTwente SDR.`` -- gh

This was centered on 4057 kHz. Some NATO STANAG transmission I think.

And of course nothing on 4055 kHz. I have little doubt about what's
going on here: A devout men has been taken in, and one can only hope
for him that he has not transferred money to some swindler.

I have to wonder about the guy, as reported from Canada, who repairs
his transmitter if necessary: Did he really not try to explain some
background? (Kai Ludwig, Germany, WOR iog via DXLD)

Here is my correspondence from 2016, 2017 with Ralph Wayne Borthwick:

From: Glenn Hauser <wghauser@yahoo.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 30, 2016 12:05 AM
To: w_dborthwick@hotmail.com
Subject: Verdad?

Wayne, I wonder what you think of this SW Alliance Euro-USA that Dr
Madrid has been telling us about??? Do you have any further info about
it? It all seems very fishy and vague to me, and even Edgar does not
seem to understand how it is supposed to work even tho he has put up
money for it. I tried contacting them at the email address he
mentioned, but surprise, no reply. 73, Glenn Hauser

[The address Dr M mentioned, including the Mexican engineer involved:
"Milton Nova Posadas" <miltonposadas@hotmail.com>
"SWNetWork Short Wave" <shortwaveeurousa@gmail.com>]

Glenn, I agree it sounds fishy. I have never heard of it. I will be in
Chiquimula mid Feb to fix a minor problem on the transmitter. Will
hopefully learn more about it then. 73, Wayne Borthwick

Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 12:09 AM
To: w_dborthwick@hotmail.com
Subject: Truth Worldwide

Hi Wayne, Since Dr Madrid is again writing about Radio Verdad going
out Transmundial, like heard in Japan on 4 MHz when it is 9:45 am in
Guatemala, I ask you again from your intimate familiarity with Radio
Verdad, how this is possibly accomplished? Thanks, Glenn Hauser

Re: Truth Worldwide
Sunday, June 25, 2017 2:53 PM

Hi Glenn, I do not know what is going on with the R. Verdad
trasmundial sig reports from Japan. While down there a year and I half
ago to fix the transmitter Dr. Madrid talked briefly about it but I
didn't get a good technical explanation. My wife broke her arm the
second day there so we had to cut the visit short and head back to
Canada and haven't discussed it since. Wayne Borthwick
(via Glenn Hauser, Oct 6, 2018, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** INDONESIA. 3325, Oct 6 at 1233, I try again and like yesterday hear
no signal, but recheck at 1301 now there is S7-S8 of dead air again!
Is Palangkaraya turning on the transmitter in vain hope that there
will be something from Jakarta to modulate it, like the scheduled 1300
English, ex-9526v?

Propagation is certainly OK, as I again detect the JBA off-frequency
carrier just below 3345 from RRI Ternate, which BTW is in the Maluku
Islands of eastern Indonesia. (IIRC, Scott dismissed some Moluccas
stamps as illegitimate; by a separatist movement?)

You won`t find Ternate on the WRTH 2018 page 56 slickmap of SE Asia,
but it does show Palu, on Sulawesi! I did not even think of trying to
hear RRI Palu as it`s been off the air for many years, despite
implication there that it`s an active SW site. WTFK?

Last mentioned in DXLD 12-08 of February 22, *2012* ---

``INDONESIA. RRI Palu hasn't been reported on SW for a while as far
as I've noticed, but I heard them a couple of days ago a little above
3967 kHz from tune-in around 2340 on 19 Feb UTC (morning of 20 Feb
local time). The programming was current affairs talk and public
service announcements with several mentions of RRI Palu, Pro-1 and
"Kanal Inspirasi" until sign-off just before 2400. My listening
location was Balikpapan, about 500 km west of Palu across the Strait
of Makassar, and the signal was strong with good audio but a carrier
instability problem. Regards (Alan Davies, Jakarta, Indonesia, Feb 22,
dxldyg via DX LISTENING DIGEST 12-08)

Great! Ishida http://rri.jpn.org/ hasn`t caught this one yet as of Feb
22. Altho http://short-wave.info/?station=RRI%20Palu never noticed it
was absent from nominal 3960, database probably derived from Aoki,
which has the same schedule, no indication that it was inactive. When
was it really last heard? It has been quite a while. According to DXLD
11-31, it was April 2009 per Ishida. But the last axual log of it in
DXLD was 9-072 from Sept 18, 2009 by Barry Hartley in Australia.

It was last listed in the WRTH 2010 and even then it was *inactive on
3961v with 10 kW. Palu is in the NW corner of Sulawesi, same `radio
subcountry` as Makassar, Gorontalo and Kendari (Glenn Hauser, OK,
WORLD OF RADIO 1605, DX LISTENING DIGEST 12-08)

[short-wave.info] Database definitely derived from Aoki - the site
states exactly that. Currently also states last update of the database
was January 27. Since January 27 there have been well over 30
individual updated versions of the Aoki list (DanF, dxldyg via DX
LISTENING DIGEST 12-08)

At least once a day, which is why I always check the current online
Aoki rather than some archived version (gh, DXLD 12-08)``

This DXLD issue is also referenced at http://rri.jpn.org under April
2009 as the silent date for RRI Palu. Altho Atsunori Ishida suspended
his site at the end of 2017, let us hope it remain available as a
valuable historical archive (Glenn Hauser, OK, October 7, 2018, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** IRELAND. 5505-USB, Oct 6 at 0605, YL with VOLMET, S7-S8 very poor
vs storm noise, about the same level. EiBi shows only Shannon here 24
hours (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** MADAGASCAR. 17640, October 5 approx. 1850 UT, surprised to hear
African Pathways Radio in English via MWV, with a segment quoting
verses from the Qur`an ---- referencing Surah-this and Surah-that by
number. Evidently WCB has an ``outreach`` to Moslems, a fine example
of ecumenism, or more likely trying to trick them into reverting to
Islam`s progenitor. I am not certain of the date and time as I can`t
find a note about this since I was driving in the car. Could have been
the repeat 2 hours later (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NEWFOUNDLAND [and non]. 2749-USB, Oct 7 at 0050, YL voice with
presumed marine weather, S9 vs storm crashes up to S9+25 just east of
here and a large area of north-central Texas.

2598-USB, Oct 7 at 0051, same thing about same level. Sounds like the
same synthyl, but not //. Glad these Canadian MF stations are making
it thru again as we get into fall.

According to the 2018 Canadian Coast Guard schedule:
http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/Marine-Communications/RAMN-2018/Part2#21

``Table 2-24 - Sydney MCTS/VCO - Broadcasts [Nova Scotia]
Sydney MCTS/VCO - Broadcasts
UTC Site Frequency or Channel Contents
00:40 Port Caledonia 2749J3E Radiotelephony
Technical marine synopsis and forecasts for marine areas 209, 213,
214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 231 and 232.
Wave height forecast for marine areas 209, 213, 214, 215 and 217.
Notices to Shipping in areas Cape Breton Shore (covering Cabot
Strait to Banquereau Bank), Gulf of St. Lawrence, Newfoundland South
Coast, P.E.I. and Miramichi Bay.
Notices to Shipping revising the position of every reported
offshore exploration and exploitation vessel.``

``Table 2-10 - MCTS Placentia/VCP - Broadcasts [Newfoundland]
00:48 St. Lawrence 2598J3E Radiotelephony
Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for
marine areas 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237 and 238.
Weather and Wave height forecasts for marine area 213.``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NORTH AMERICA. 6950-USB, Oct 7 at 0035, strong unrecognized tunes
seguÃ, S9+25; finally 0040:30 break a ``Wolverine Radio`` ID as
expected. Many logs here say the theme topic was ``Heaven``
https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,46617.0.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1950 monitoring: Manuel MÃndez, Lugo, Spain,
reports to the WOR iog: ``GERMANY, 6190, Hamburger Lokal Radio,
Goehren, 0600-0710, 06-10, the habitual Saturday program in English,
"Media Network Plus and "World of Radio" missed today - Out of air at
this time. No signal here in Lugo and no signal via SDR Kiwi in
Switzerland, Germany and SDR Twente in Holland, not even carrier
detected.``

WOR 1950 confirmed on Unique Radio via WINB, Saturday October 6 from
1231 on 9265V, usual wobble but R5 in AM mode. I didn`t keep listening
but Richard Langley, NB reports to the WOR iog:

``While trying to listen to Unique Radio via WINB on 9265 kHz this
morning using the U. Twente SDR receiver (not surprisingly, reception
was generally poor and only barely audible at times), a digital signal
came up on the frequency at about 12:40 UTC and persisted until about
12:55 UTC. Was it heard elsewhere? Any ideas as to what this might
have been? I can supply an audio recording if anyone is interested.
-- Richard Langley``

``I am interested, since this must have been QRMing WOR, which I heard
starting OK at 1231. Glenn``

``An mp3 file containing the full period of the digital signal plus a
minute or so before and after is attached. It's rather large at about
15 MB but I've included the whole recording in case it is decodable
and someone wants to try. Before the beginning of the digital signal,
one can tell it's WoR by the sound of Glenn's voice even if you can't
make out words very clearly. I checked a few previous Saturdays when I
had also automatically recorded the Unique Radio broadcast using the
U. Twente receiver but didn't notice any digital signal. When it
occurs, this signal might only be audible in Europe but perhaps Tim
can tell us if he's received any other reports of this co-channel
QRMing signal. -- Richard Langley``

Next chance for WOR is 1431 UT Sat Oct 6 on Hamburger Lokalradio,
6190-CUSB. I`m unable to hear UTwente play, probably my recalcitrant
computer, but there may have been nothing to hear anyway for the third
weekend in a row, as Alan Gale, England, reports:

``No 6190 again today --- Hi Glenn, I've been monitoring 6190 kHz for
HLR, but yet again no sign of it here; usually it gets better after
the Equinox, so I have to assume that it's still off the air. Getting
a great signal from Radio Emmeloord on 6095 kHz though. Alan``

Confirmed UT Sunday Oct 7 at 0326 on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, MO, about 7
minutes into, so started circa 0319; S9+20 but confronting S9+30 storm
noise crashes east of here in OK. Next:

1030 UT Sunday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany to WSW [off last 2 weeks]
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE, 9955 to SSE
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SSE

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

** U S A. 7490.17v, UT Sunday Oct 7 at 0102, ``Ride of the Valkyries``
theme on WBCQ signifying it`s `Shortwave Saturday Night` at new time,
and J.P. starts right off discussing the SCOTUS situation. Only S8
fading to S5 and not sure it will remain listenable for the next
trihour.

What about 3265? When is WBCQ going to put that into regular service,
which would be prudent with winter oncoming (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7570, Oct 6 at 0443, WRMI with TOM announcements of contact
info including ``Walterboro`` --- by YL in Spanish, OM in Korean, YL
in Japanese, YL in Russian, some of them sounding synthetic. 0446 back
to BS himself in --- what else? --- South Carolinian English, and //
5850.

7730, WRMI has also been scheduled with TOM until 0500, so I check it
at 0446 --- but not //, instead protracted sermon in Indonesian,
presumably Alameda Bible Fellowship.

NDXC/Aoki as of Oct 6 has 30 entries for ABF via WRMI; are these
written in stone, with the very odd transition times? All are
attributed to the #1 transmitter which cannot be correct. Final
numbers are days of week starting with 1=Sunday; I assume ``1-57``
mean every day except 6 = Friday. Viz.:

15770 1630-1647 Eng Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1646-1700 Hin Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1700-1716 Eng Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1716-1730 Fre Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1730-1748 Spa Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1748-1805 Por Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1805-1824 Ger Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1824-1850 Pol Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1850-1907 Cze Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1907-1924 Rus Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1924-1943 Ara Okeechobee1 1-7
15770 1943-2000 Heb Okeechobee1 1-7

9395 2300-2313 Eng Okeechobee1 1-7
9395 2313-2328 Spa Okeechobee1 1-7
9395 2328-2342 Fre Okeechobee1 1-7

5850 0100-0116 Eng Okeechobee1 1-57
5850 0116-0132 Jap Okeechobee1 1-57
5850 0132-0147 Kor Okeechobee1 1-57
5850 0147-0200 Chi Okeechobee1 1-57

7780 0300-0316 Eng Okeechobee1 346
7780 0316-0332 Fre Okeechobee1 346
7780 0332-0400 Spa Okeechobee1 346
7780 0400-0416 Pot Okeechobee1 346
7780 0416-0434 Ger Okeechobee1 346
7780 0434-0450 Pol Okeechobee1 346
7780 0450-0500 Cze Okeechobee1 346

7730 0400-0416 Eng Okeechobee1 3457
7730 0416-0430 Fre Okeechobee1 3457
7730 0430-0446 Jap Okeechobee1 3457
7730 0446-0500 Ind Okeechobee1 3457

No such info has been found on the WRMI website itself. These do not
include various other times and frequencies heard with ABF. Searching
does not find the word Alameda anywhere on the WRMI website; nor on
the Overcomerministry site (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. 5950, UT Sunday Oct 7 at 0027, WRMI amid `Viva
Miami` with Jeff in mailbag, rapidly mentioning only name, location
and frequency from lots of reporters, a Latin American group as I tune
in. Still going at 0030, so this transmitter is again running off-
kilter scheduling, as the 14-minute VM should not be spanning a
quarter-hour break. Recheck at 0041, now with gospel huxter concerned
about Satan.

No het from 5952.5 Radio Pio XII, Bolivia tonight; must be off. But
there has been lite pulse jamming from the hi side, not I think vs
WRMI despite its relay deal with Radio Martà at other times; but long
leftover from years ago when Radio RepÃblica via Costa Rica was on
5954.1v! Tuning down at 0031 I find the same lite jamming against
nothing on 5890, which is a long-gone ex-frequency of VOA Spanish!
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5085 (and parasite spurs 5072.1 & 5097.9), UT Sun Oct 7 at
0000, once `Discover Oklahoma` and/or `PBS Newshour` are finished on
TV, I tune in to tail of `Theater Organ in the Ozarx` on WTWW. Sure
sounds familiar: ``I could have danced all night``, then Bob Heil
chitchat just like heard 168 hours ago about having to get out as the
janitor is coming, etc., etc. Closes with ``Why do you do me like you
do?`` which does not end until 0012:40, so this repeat is running even
later than last week --- so late, that Ted skips the canned program
outro and gets right to his MFJ commercial (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5055.76 & 5044.22 approx., Oct 7 at 0042, WWRB`s gospel
huxter modulation from 5050 is again blasting out intermittent
matching spurs at S9+30. And second-order weaker scratch about 5038.4,
so that poor RHC 5040 gets a triple whammy, from both sides, in
addition to general splash out of 5050; and like last time, RHC may as
well turn off, as it`s self-defeatingly undermodulated. Something`s
always wrong at RHC --- and WWRB (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** ZAMBIA. 13680, Oct 6 at 1316, American accented English --- so most
likely CRI? NO, not // 9570 via Cuba. O yes, Voice of Hope (Africa) as
ID in passing a bit later; S7 peaks, deep fades to S2. This frequency
active weekends only, aimed thisawayish. // 9680 ND is as usual buried
under the China radio war (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Atlantic JBA MW carrier search, despite storm
noise from KS & TX, October 6 from 0500 UT: 558, 585(2), 621, 639(2),
693, 729, 774, 837, 855(2), 882, 909, 936, 999, 1017, 1044, 1053,
1089, 1125, 1215, 1314, 1413, 1458 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 11960-USB, Oct 6 at 1311, 2-way in Spanish, Mexican
accents, INTRUDERS (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 0508 UT October 7
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Logs in Lugo  View Printable Version 
Saturday, October 06 2018

Logs
Manuel MÃndez
Lugo, Spain

Logs in Lugo

BRAZIL, 15189.9, Radio Inconfidencia, Belo Horizonte, 1450-1508, 05-10, Portuguese, comments, id. at 1500: "Rede Inconfidencia de Radio", "Conexao Inconfidencia". 15321. (MÃndez)

FINLAND
11689.9, Scandinavian Weekend Radio, Virrat, 0550-0610, 06-10, songs in English, id. at 0600 "Scandivian Weekend Radio". Very weak. 15311.Â
Also 1430-1440, 06-10, pop songs in English, some Caribbean songs. Weak. 15321.

11720, Scandinavian Weekend Radio, Virrat, 0820-0830, 06-10, songs in English, comments in Finish. Weak. 14321. (MÃndez)

GERMANY, 6190, Hamburger Lokal Radio, Gohren, 0600-0710, 06-10, the habitual Saturday program in English, "Media Network Plus and "World of Radio" missed today- Out of air at this time. No signal here in Lugo and no signal via SDR Kiwi in Switzerland, Germany and SDR Twente in Holland, not even carrier detected. (MÃndez)

GUINEA, 9650, Radio Guinea, Conakry, 0750-0900, 06-10, French, comments, id. "Radio GuinÃe", news, "Radio GuinÃe, la grande maison", "Radio GuinÃeÂvingt-quatre heures sur vingt-quatre". 34444. (MÃndez)
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Glenn Hauser logs October 5-6, 2018  View Printable Version 
Saturday, October 06 2018

Logs
** CUBA. 6020, Oct 5 at 0547, RHC music and English, leapfrog mixing
product of 6100 over 6060 another 40 kHz lower, attains S8, very poor,
but axually more audible than JBM and suptorted fundamental 6000 at
S9+10! The rest: 6165 S9+10 & 6100 S8 very poor both undermod. 6060 is
VG S9+20. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 13740, Oct 5 at 1400, RHC Spanish opening `Sonido Cubano`
music show, in clear until *1401:30 other transmitter cuts on with
China Plus CRI English relay in progress, now collaborating to make a
SAH just over 1 Hz of 64 fades per minute. These two very strong
signals take turns dominating as each fades slightly and independently
from two different sites. Finally RHC signal and modulation disappear
at 1406:40 after more than 5 minutes` collision, Commies vs Commies!
Typical; something`s always wrong at RadioCuba (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** INDONESIA. 3325, Oct 5 at 1250, open carrier at S6-S8, enough
signal that I could axually hear programming if there were any, from
NBC Bougainville, or VOI via RRI Palangkaraya. But continues dead air
1300-1302, 1309. More likely the latter as Ron Howard has observed:

``3325, Voice of Indonesia (presumed), via RRI Palangkaraya, 1208,
Sept 13. Carrier heard at decent level, but with no trace of any
audio; this is not the first time recently that I have noted the same
thing (Ron Howard, Ocean Beach [San Francisco], CA, EtÃn E1, antenna:
100' long wire, WOR iog via DXLD)``

However, Ron`s report for today Oct 5 has now arrived, saying he heard
NBC at 1035, but it was off by 1137, when there was nothing either
from RRI (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KUWAIT [and non]. 15105-15110-15115, Oct 5 at 1312, again today DRM
noise from R. Kuwait in Arabic, but fluttery AM CCI in Chinese, i.e.
CNR1 jammer and/or VOA Thailand this hour only. R. Kuwait has not
diligently chosen a clear frequency: CRI is also on 15110 at 11-13
100/500 kW via Urumqi (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1950 monitoring: I have quit
checking 9330 everyday at 2330 as originally promised by WBCQ, but
since I`m bandscanning anyway, Friday October 5 at 2337, I run across
it: Yes, there I am and there is Brother Scare too mixing in with me,
both at the same time. This is the third or fourth occasion WBCQ has
done this to us; are they having a little fun at our expense, since BS
and I are not exactly friendly??? Enough, already. Next:

0629 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany to WSW [off last 2 weeks]
1231 UT Saturday WINB 9265V via Unique Radio to WSW
1431 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany to WSW [off last 2 weeks]
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM non-direxional
0300vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM non-direxional [nominal 0315-]
1030 UT Sunday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany to WSW [off last 2 weeks]
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE, 9955 to SSE
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SSE

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

** U S A. 7490.13v, UT Sat October 6 at 0050 I catch the last few
minutes of `Allan Weiner Worldwide` on WBCQ; Says as a loss-leader in
order to fill up the time on the 5130v transmitter, there is now a
fall-special price of $ 15 per hour, from one hour per week on up,
weekdays only except for a few hours already occupied. This is
especially aimed at pirates, since they now risk fines up to $ 2
million per a House bill which has passed. More details on website,
viz.:

``Fall Free Radio Special --- Get on the air on a real radio
transmitter. Special fall offer. All Monday through Friday airtime on
our 5130 transmitter is now available for the sale price of only $ 15
the hour. Why pay more? Prime time slots available now. Call and
reserve today. Call 207-532-9180. Be heard on the shortwaves. 03.
October 2018 by cosmikdebris Categories: Station News | Comments Off``

Also plugs Pirate Joe (who is on hold on phone, no time left), to be
heard Saturday at 9 pm ET on 7490. That must be a change, as he used
to be at 7-9 pm. Now the online sked shows, EST sic:
7490 Sa 2200 2340 UTC Sa 06:00PM 07:40PM EST Good Sounding Oldies
7490 Su 0100 0400 UTC Sa 09:00PM 12:00AM EST Shortwave Saturday Night

John Carver files his summary of the whole AWWW this week:

``I believe the show started on time this evening although a power
anomaly blew the clock on my radio last night. Listening on 7490.
Allan, Angela, Tom and Robert in the studio this evening. Opening talk
about the golden age of radio, the history of radio and RCA. First
phone call at 0012 from Freddie. More talk about the superstation then
talk shifted to a discussion about WLW and their experiments with high
power and then back to the new antenna for the superstation.

Phone call at 0031 with talk of noise on new radios and the danger of
electrical shock when using old radios. Pirate Joe called at 0035 and
moved the discussion back to the golden age or radio. Some more talk
about the atrocious noise floor full of digital filth. Signal on 7490
starts to degrade around 0050.

Allan announces a new fall special offer for 5130 Monday thru Friday
for fifteen dollars per hour. Welcomes pirate operators.

Reading of emails at 0055. Quick prayer at 0057. Show was off the air
at 0100 and 7490 went into Dead Frog Radio. John, Mid-North Indiana``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Pacific JBA MW carrier search, October 5 at 1221-
1240 UT: on the DX-398, the lower ones are definitely NW, like Japan,
but above 900 they are generally difficult to get a DF null, as if
they are coming both from FE and DU: 594, 666, 747, 774, 828, 837,
873, 882(2), 891, 936, 972, 1026, 1035, 1044, 1053(2), 1098-W, 1116
(2), 1134, 1143, 1197, 1206, 1224, 1242, 1287, 1296+, 1314, 1323,
1332, 1404, 1476, 1494, 1503, 1512, 1521, 1548-WSW, 1566, 1593, 1611-
WSW. 747 & 774 were strongest at outset; and when finishing at 1240 I
recheck 774 and find it still audible, but much weakened. LSR: 1230 UT
(Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 11610, Oct 5 at 1318, open carrier at S9+10, off* in
less than a minute. Typical behavior of IBB, i.e. Tinang transmitter
check for later 1600-1700 Chinese broadcast. Uncovers a JBA carrier,
which would be 1300-1500, CRI in Bengali, due west from Kunming (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 15745.65-USB approx., Oct 5 at 1315, 2-way in Spanish,
whistling, intruders? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 0154 UT October 6
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Glenn Hauser logs October 2-3-4, 2018  View Printable Version 
Friday, October 05 2018

Logs
DX/SWL/MEDIA PROGRAMS
Updated October 4:
http://www.worldofradio.com/dxpgms.html

** CUBA. 6000, Oct 3 at 0604, again tonight, S9 of dead air from RHC
English; likewise silence on the //s: 6060 & 6100 S9+20, 6165 S9+10;
anyhow despite being useless, they amount to the SSOB, as TN-USA
frequencies 5830 and 5935 are propped way down. Something`s always
wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6000, Oct 4 at 0531, RHC English frequencies differ markedly
from other nights: this one is JBM at S9+10; 6100 likewise but S7;
6165 undermodulated but sufficient at S9+20; 6060 also S9+20 with
usual loud modulation; 5040 is also on before 0600, now S9+20 but
somewhat distorted modulation. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 11980, Oct 4 at 0043, RHC Spanish leapfrog of 11700 over
11840 another 140 kHz beyond achieves S9 on the meter and enough audio
to // it, but suffers from overmodulation splatter out of another RHC
transmitter, the fundamental on 12000. Something`s always wrong at RHC
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA [and non]. 13740, Oct 3 at 1400, dead air from China Plus
relay transmitter alone: RHC Spanish has managed to turn off its
transmitter today! But CRI modulation does not start up until 1401:20,
initially low, then building up but never reaching 100%.

The ChiCom but American-accented newscaster (and/or his writer/censor)
disdains regular verbs; instead everything is just ``-ing, -ing`` as
they are trying to impose a sense of current motion or activity,
rather than ``is -ing``, ``was -ing`` or simply ``-ed`` past tense as
all news really is by the time it`s broadcast on the way to becoming
olds.

Many others are guilty of this ing-ing, notably David Muir on ABC`s
`World News Tonight` [sic: in many timezones, especially summer, it
runs during full daytime, first feed at 2230 UT], which is a factor in
what makes him #3 for me, or worse, not #1 as ABC ratings claim (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** GREECE. 9420, Oct 4 at 0041, ERT, home of great Greek music, is now
playing Dylan ``Times, they are a-changin```. VOG does surprise us at
times with eclectic music choices; only fair, S4-S7 (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** GUATEMALA [non]. 4055: Thu Oct 4 at 0531 UT, Dr. Ãdgar AmÃlcar
Madrid sent this notice from Radio Verdad:

``See it in Spanish at the end. VÃalo en EspaÃol al final.
---------
Very Important Notice:

Transworld Radio Truth (Radio Verdad) will be transmitting on test
transmission tomorrow Thursday afternoon from 13:00 through 16:00
hours Guatemala time (19:00-21:00 hours GMT or UTC). [sic]

The transmissions will be addressed to Africa, Europe (Spain, Belgium,
Holland, France, Germany), China, and other countries.

Our transmissions are via satelite, but you will pick up our signal on
short wave, on 4055 Khz. There are many repeating short wave antennas
over the world. It is a new and wondrous invention.

We are not transmitting tomorrow to America, MÃxico, the Caribean,
Central America and South America yet. We still have some difficulties
with the equipment for this area, which we are on the effort to solve
soon. We plan to transmit to the whole world soon afterwards. These
are test transmissions. If we succeed fully, we plan to move all the
equipment to Chiquimula, for permanente transmissions.

We plead DX'ers, amateur radio men and other listeners to report our
test transmissions on audio recordings. This will help to improve our
Transworld Radio Truth future transmissions.

The project has taken us about three years, due to the many technical
and legal dificulties, which we have overcome. Praise God.

Please spread the news. May God bless you.
Dr. Ãdgar AmÃlcar Madrid, General Manager and Director
-------------------------------------

Spanish - EspaÃol

Noticia muy Importante:

Radio Verdad Transmundial estarà transmitiendo con transmisiones de
prueba maÃana jueves desde las 13:00 hasta las 16:00 horas, hora de
Guatemala (19:00-21:00 horas GMT o UTC). [sic]

Las transmisiones se dirigirÃn a Ãfrica, Europa (EspaÃa, BÃlgica,
Holanda, Francia, Alemania), China y otros paÃses.

Nuestras transmisiones son vÃa satÃlite, pero se sintonizarà nuestra
seÃal por onda corta, en 4055 Khz. Hay muchas antenas repetidoras de
onda corta en todo el mundo. Es un nuevo y novedoso invento.

No estamos transmitiendo maÃana hacia AmÃrica, MÃxico, El Caribe,
Centro AmÃrica y Sud AmÃrica todavÃa. AÃn tenemos algunas dificultades
con el equipo para dicha Ãrea, y estamos en el esfuerzo de resolverlas
pronto. Esperamos transmitir hacia todo el mundo luego despuÃs. Ãstas
son transmisiones de prueba. Si logramos todo el buen Ãxito deseado,
planificamos trasladar todo el equipo a Chiquimula, para las
transmisiones permanentes.

Suplicamos a los Diexistas, Radio Aficionados, y otros oyentes, que
nos reporten nuestras transmisiones de prueba con grabaciones de
audio. Esto nos ayudarà a mejorar nuestras transmisiones de Radio
Verdad Transmundial.

El proyecto nos ha llevado como tres aÃos, debido a los muchos
problemas tÃcnicos y legales que hemos tenido que vencer. Gracias a
Dios.

Por favor divulgue esta informaciÃn. Que Dios les bendiga.
Dr. Ãdgar AmÃlcar Madrid, Director y Gerente General, Radio Verdad``

At 1507 UT Oct 4, I duly posted the above to the WOR iog and HCDX,
with this introduxion: ``Here we go again. I shall be very surprised
if anyone hears anything anywhere on 4055 during this time period, but
give it a try. Prove me wrong. Note discrepancy in timespan, in both
language versions, 3 hours in local time, 2 hours in UT. Dr M has
never explained exactly how this can be accomplished. And has not
provided any contact info to the agency allegedly providing this. Are
there now legal or mini-power 4055 transmitters in all these
countries?``

So I listened to UTwente SDR tuned to 4055 at 2005-2015, and spot chex
later in the hour, UT Oct 4, getting: ``nothing but some kind of ute
noise blob on the plus side of 4055``.

Other monitors using own or remote receivers also reported negative
results: Bill Bingham, RSA; Richard Langley, NB; Anker Petersen,
Denmark; Manuel MÃndez, Spain, who then got a reply from Dr M:
"Gracias por su reporte desde EspaÃa. Estoy investigando si realmente
estamos en el aire o no"; and Jorge Freitas, Brasil, who adds, ``With
all due respect to Mr. Edgar, this email has no logic and support. I
agree with Glenn``.

If Dr M. does receive any seemingly positive reports of this from
monitors unknown to us, he should seriously doubt their credibility;
they could be ringers (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KUWAIT [and non]. 15105-15110-15115, Oct 4 at 1325, weak DRM noise
at S2-S3, as RK is scheduled to end just now, 0945-1325, 250 kW, 310
degrees in Arabic USward. Mixed with JBA AM carrier, as 15110 is also
in use by ChiCom jamming and VOA Chinese via Thailand, 250 kW at 14
degrees also USward (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** OKLAHOMA [and non]. 890, October 3 at 1821 UT, KTLR OKC is the
first station I hear running the much-publicized nationwide EAS test
(eclipsed by text version 2 minutes earlier I am not equipped to
receive). It`s an impossible task to evaluate the 1-minute EAS,
without recording the entire local AM and/or FM bands for later study
as if they were DX --- did anybody do this?

As zero-minute approached, I was set to scan up MW ASAP starting at
550. After KTLR, many others were heard, but nothing seemed to be
synchronized. One station still playing music while others EASed, was
1130, KLEY Wellington KS, but moving on, I don`t know whether they did
run it earlier, later, or never. At least they long ago solved the
transmission breakup/noise pulsing which plagued KLEY most of the
first half of this year.

Notably, 930, WKY OKC ran a Spanish version of the EAS announcement
circa 1822 UT. At least I did not hear any horrible echoes or
distortions as has happened previously, due to too-lengthy relay
chains! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1950 monitoring: confirmed Tuesday
October 2 at 2056, the 2030 on WRMI 7780, JBA (and not on 5950, and
not on either at 2130 despite outdated System D online schedule).

Also confirmed Wednesday October 3 at 2100 on WRMI 9955 (after a
pentaminute of IS & ID loop), S9 --- but pulse jamming also starts
underneath at exactly same time --- tnx a lot, Arnie! Current WRMI
9955 System B sked, FWIW, shows Spanish at 2100 only on Mon & Fri,
both DX, not counter-revolutionary programs.

WOR 1950 on WBCQ 7490v simultaneously from 2100 Wed Oct 3 and almost
synchronized, WRMI no longer delayed a semiminute. WBCQ reads S9, but
more fading, to S5, and somewhat undermodulated by comparison. Next:

[there is a long dry spell as I cannot get any US SW station to air
WOR on Thu or Fri; I asked WBCQ if they could commit to any one time a
week on 9330, but no reply] Next:

0629 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany to WSW [off last 2 weeks]
1231 UT Saturday WINB 9265V via Unique Radio to WSW
1431 UT Saturday HLR 6190-CUSB Germany to WSW [off last 2 weeks]
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM non-direxional
0300vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM non-direxional [nominal 0315-]
1030 UT Sunday HLR 9485-CUSB Germany to WSW [off last 2 weeks]
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE, 9955 to SSE
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SSE

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

** U S A. 5950, UT Thu Oct 4 at 0053, WRMI in Spanish, but not // 7335
Radio MartÃ, as allegedly scheduled at 2300-0200 UT Wed-Thu. The idea
is to cover baseball games for the rest of season in October, perhaps
evading jammers, but I suppose exact timings of games vary widely
depending on zone, other local factors; not to mention real durations.
2018 dates for World Series [sic; North American Sequence] are Oct 23
until 31 if necessary. But would/could RM/RMI pay for rights to
broadcast those on whatever days of week? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

This report despatched at 0120 UT October 5
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Log 01, 02, 03 y 04 de Octubre.  View Printable Version 
Friday, October 05 2018

Logs
** BOLIVIA. 6135. R. SANTA CRUZ. Octubre 4. 1115-1125 UT. Informaciones
sobre elecciones primarias. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN
PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+ tierra; Lugar de
escucha: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** BRAZIL. 9820. R.9 DE JULHO. Octubre 1. 2030-2056 UT. Misa desde el
Santuario de San Judas Tadeo. SINPO: 45444 sin interferencias de emisoras
chinas como es usual en el horario y se presenta a partir de las 2055.
(Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo largo de 30 metros +
balun 9:1+ tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** CHINA. 9880. CRI. Octubre 4. 2227- UT. Servicio en esperanto. Programa:
âMi estas Selena, Mi estas Carolinaâ con noticias sobre el Ministerio de
EnergÃa de China y el comercio internacional de energÃa. Luego se emite una
reseÃa sobre el Presidente Xi Jinping. A las 2243, identificaciÃn de la
emisora. Desde las 2245, enseÃanza de Chino. SINPO: 55555 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+
tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** INDIA. 13605. AIR. Octubre 4. 1635-1659 UT. Mujer y hombre hablan en
hindi sobre Nepal, Bangladesh y AfganistÃn. IdentificaciÃn de la emisora a
las 1654, luego mujer habla de UzbekistÃn. SINPO: 55444 sin interferencias
de R. Martà que deberÃa estar en la misma frecuencia. Audio:
https://archive.org/details/13605KhzAIR.Oct.4At1646UTC (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+
tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 6070. VOK. Octubre 4. 1100-1112 UT. Himno nacional, CanciÃn
del General Kim Il Sung, CanciÃn del General Kim Jong Il e informaciones en
japonÃs. SINPO: 35443 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo
largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+ tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA NORTH. 15180. VOK. Octubre 3. 0320-0359 UT. Servicio en espaÃol.
Espacio musical con presentaciÃn del tÃtulo de las piezas. A las 0328, se
lee la letra de una canciÃn con respecto al Partido de los Trabajadores de
Corea y luego se presentan otras piezas musicales. Desde las 0351 se lee un
artÃculo evaluativo sobre la cumbre Norte-Sur. A las 0057, se leen los
horarios y frecuencias del servicio. SINPO: 45343, desde las 0335, el
SINPO mejora a: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo
largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+ tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH. 5995. VOH. Octubre 4. 1050-1100 UT. Espacio de mÃsica trot,
luego a las 1057, identificaciÃn y luego cortina musical con el Arirang.,
SINPO: 45444 sin jammer. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA:
Hilo largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+ tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)

** KOREA SOUTH [non] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Octubre 4. 0110-0200 UT. VÃa WHRI.
Comentario sobre las relaciones intercoreanas y una antigua declaraciÃn
entre ambas como proyectos de intercambio econÃmico, aspectos humanitarios
y culturales que quedaron trunca por el cambio del poder en Surcorea. Luego
informaciÃn del clima. Desde las 0114 se emite: âCorea a diarioâ sobre las
celebraciones en torno a la fundaciÃn de Corea hace 4 mil 350 aÃos,
informaciones demogrÃficas sobre la mayor cantidad de ubicaciÃn de niÃos,
Escuelas de TurquÃa imparten el idioma coreano de forma optativa. A las
0123, espacio musical. Desde las 0126, se emite: âLiteratura en audio: La
vegetarianaâ con una lectura sobre el capÃtulo âEl Ãrbol en llamasâ.
IdentificaciÃn a las 0130 y luego se vuelve al programa: âCorea a diarioâ
con el relato de una guÃa sobre la semana de viajes en varias localidades
surcoreanas, la contaminaciÃn y la calidad de aire. A las 0138, espacio
musical. Desde las 0141 se emite: âCoreano en dramaâ con la frase: âÂLe ha
ido bien en su ida y regreso?â. A las 0144 se emite: âAl son de Coreaâ
sobre los mito de la fundaciÃn de Corea y piezas musicales con respecto a
esto, tambiÃn se habla del Rey Sejong de la era Joseon y de otros aspectos
folclÃricos. SINPO: 45444, desde las 0136 el SINPO pasa a: 55444,
disminuyendo el ruido atmosfÃrico, pasando a las 0140, el SINPO a:
55555 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo largo de 30
metros + balun 9:1+ tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS. 11985. RFA. Octubre 1. 2100-2200 UT. Mujer y
hombre leen alternadamente informaciones en coreano. Identificaciones a las
2119 y continuaciÃn de informaciones hasta las 2125 cuando se identifica la
emisora y prosiguen las noticias. A las 2130, se emite una cortina musical
y una mujer habla en coreano hasta las 2140. Luego, hablan dos hombres en
el mismo idioma hasta las 2150. Luego una mujer habla en coreano. desde las
2155 se emite la despedida de la emisiÃn en la voz de un varÃn y a las
2157: la canciÃn del Arirang. SINPO: 45343. Audio:
https://archive.org/details/11985R.FREEASIAKOREANSERVICE.OCT1AT2103UT (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo largo de 30 metros + balun
9:1+ tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** PERU. 4747. R. HUANTA 2000. Septiembre 2. 2240-2250 UT. Mujer y hombre
hablan en quechua y anuncios yerbateros. SINPO: 45343 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+
tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV RegiÃn, Chile)

** PERU. 5025. R.QUILLABAMBA. Septiembre 2. 2250-2311 UT. Programa de
mÃsica de cumbias andinas, luego anuncios locales sobre atenciones mÃdicas
y de educaciÃn de adultos. DespuÃs prosigue la mÃsica. Desde las 2302, se
emite un programa de las comunidades cristianas campesinas con
informaciones sobre el reinicio de las labores escolares en la regiÃn,
luego rezos y lectura del evangelio del dÃa. SINPO: 55343, desde las 2301
con SINPO: 55444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660, ANTENA: Hilo
largo de 30 metros + balun 9:1+ tierra; Lugar de escucha: Ovalle, IV
RegiÃn, Chile)
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