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Glenn Hauser logs December 2-3, 2017  View Printable Version 
Monday, December 04 2017

Logs


FRANCE 7240 Strange happened with Radio Biafra relay at TDF Issoudun this
morning, when monitored a little late.

Lasted til 0528 UT full power, but 'exiter' low level signal til
approx. 0532 UT then.

My late tune-in around 0516 UT on Dec 4 showed R Biafra program in progress,
mostly WeAfrican music played and female voice ID "This is Radio Biafra
coming to you from London" or "... broadcasting from London".
Excellent audio quality feed from London to Issoudun to state.

S=9 in Germany, Belgium, and Liverpool UK remote SDR's at 0517 UT.
At 05.19:30 UT phone number given, schedule 05-06 UT / 06-07?LT? given.

Flute mx at 0520 UT. When tuned to greater distance from TDF Issoudun bcast
center location to northern Stockholm Sweden remote SDR post, I could heard
stronger S=9+15dB signal there of 7.8 kHz wideband block.

Nothing heard on 25 mb 11530 / 11580 from Florida, not in European posts,
neither in east coast North American remote SDR's so far.

Program Radio Biafra end on SW 7240 kHz at exact 05.28:40 UT.

But after that, noted a - probably - antenna move/switch or power increase
from 100 to 250/500 kW procedure ON AIR from Issoudun broadcast center site
at 05.29 UT, signal increased to S=9+35dB signal. Later on at 05.30:50 UT
outlet decreased to an 'exciter' like signal level of S=6-7, when set to
smaller bandwidth, I could seen an EMPTY carrier later with poor 5 peaks
strings on it.

Two minutes heard African vernacular language program talk of - probably -
Yorba/Igbo langs, as given in latest Aoki Nagoya database list entry under
7240 ISS request ?
Who knows ... 73 wb

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 4)

----- Original Message -----
From: "rdangelo3@aol.com [DXplorer]" <DXplorer@yahoogroups.com>


Sent: Monday, December 04, 2017 5:58 AM
Subject: [DXplorer] Logs, etc. for the week ending December 3, 2017
Logs, etc. for the weekending December 3, 2017 from Rich D'Angelo, 2216
Burkey Drive, Wyomissing, PA19610, U.S.A.
Equipment: Ten-TecRX-340, Drake R-8B, Eton E1, Eton E5, Alpha Delta DX
Sloper, RF SystemsMini-Windom, Datong FL3, JPS ANC-4


CLANDESTINE (Nigeria) 7240, Radio Biafra â Issoudun, *0500-0522 on Dec 3,
opened with woman announcer giving station ID ("This is Radio Biafra
coming to you from London"), music features and talks in the English
language. Poor to fair. Noted // 11530 Okeechobee which had a WRMI ID
string leading up to opening for about five minutes prior to 0500. Also,
poor to fair.
(Rich DâAngelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Dec 3/4)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX" Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2017 6:34


PM Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs December 2-3, 2017


BIAFRA [non]. 11530, Dec 2 at 1900 and later, no signal today from WRMI
for R. Biafra. Dec 3 at 0557, WRMI fill music at S9-S6, song in unknown
language, but tuned in too late to tell if there was any R. Biafra earlier
in this hour. 0600 to Brother Scare, 0635 Planet X stuff, and 0710 recheck
sounds like Hausa, really Radio Herwa International.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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Glenn Hauser logs December 2-3, 2017  View Printable Version 
Monday, December 04 2017

Logs
No signal from Radio Biafra this morning Dec.4 at 0545-0600UT on 7240 ISS
and 11530 RMI
Also no signal yesterday Dec.3 1900-2000UT on 9580 ISS, 11530 RMI

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2017-12-04 6:16 GMT+00:00 Wolfgang Bueschel <dg1sbn@t-online.de>:

> FRANCE 7240 Strange happened with Radio Biafra relay at TDF Issoudun this
> morning, when monitored a little late.
>
> Lasted til 0528 UT full power, but 'exiter' low level signal til
> approx. 0532 UT then.
>
> My late tune-in around 0516 UT on Dec 4 showed R Biafra program in
> progress,
> mostly WeAfrican music played and female voice ID "This is Radio Biafra
> coming to you from London" or "... broadcasting from London".
> Excellent audio quality feed from London to Issoudun to state.
>
> S=9 in Germany, Belgium, and Liverpool UK remote SDR's at 0517 UT.
> At 05.19:30 UT phone number given, schedule 05-06 UT / 06-07?LT? given.
>
> Flute mx at 0520 UT. When tuned to greater distance from TDF Issoudun bcast
> center location to northern Stockholm Sweden remote SDR post, I could heard
> stronger S=9+15dB signal there of 7.8 kHz wideband block.
>
> Nothing heard on 25 mb 11530 / 11580 from Florida, not in European posts,
> neither in east coast North American remote SDR's so far.
>
> Program Radio Biafra end on SW 7240 kHz at exact 05.28:40 UT.
>
> But after that, noted a - probably - antenna move/switch or power increase
> from 100 to 250/500 kW procedure ON AIR from Issoudun broadcast center site
> at 05.29 UT, signal increased to S=9+35dB signal. Later on at 05.30:50 UT
> outlet decreased to an 'exciter' like signal level of S=6-7, when set to
> smaller bandwidth, I could seen an EMPTY carrier later with poor 5 peaks
> strings on it.
>
> Two minutes heard African vernacular language program talk of - probably -
> Yorba/Igbo langs, as given in latest Aoki Nagoya database list entry under
> 7240 ISS request ?
> Who knows ... 73 wb
>
> [selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
> (wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 4)
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "rdangelo3@aol.com [DXplorer]" <
> DXplorer@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Monday, December 04, 2017 5:58 AM
> Subject: [DXplorer] Logs, etc. for the week ending December 3, 2017
> Logs, etc. for the weekending December 3, 2017 from Rich D'Angelo, 2216
> Burkey Drive, Wyomissing, PA19610, U.S.A.
> Equipment: Ten-TecRX-340, Drake R-8B, Eton E1, Eton E5, Alpha Delta DX
> Sloper, RF SystemsMini-Windom, Datong FL3, JPS ANC-4
>
> CLANDESTINE (Nigeria) 7240, Radio Biafra â Issoudun, *0500-0522 on Dec 3,
>> opened with woman announcer giving station ID ("This is Radio Biafra
>> coming to you from London"), music features and talks in the English
>> language. Poor to fair. Noted // 11530 Okeechobee which had a WRMI ID
>> string leading up to opening for about five minutes prior to 0500. Also,
>> poor to fair.
>> (Rich DâAngelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Dec 3/4)
>>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX" Sent:
> Sunday, December 03, 2017 6:34
> PM Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs December 2-3, 2017
>
> BIAFRA [non]. 11530, Dec 2 at 1900 and later, no signal today from WRMI
>> for R. Biafra. Dec 3 at 0557, WRMI fill music at S9-S6, song in unknown
>> language, but tuned in too late to tell if there was any R. Biafra earlier
>> in this hour. 0600 to Brother Scare, 0635 Planet X stuff, and 0710 recheck
>> sounds like Hausa, really Radio Herwa International.
>> (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
>> This report dispatched at 1734 UT December 3 _ Hard-Core-DX mailing list
>>
>
>


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Glenn Hauser logs December 2-3, 2017  View Printable Version 
Monday, December 04 2017

Logs


FRANCE 7240 Strange happened with Radio Biafra relay at TDF Issoudun this
morning, when monitored a little late.

Lasted til 0528 UT full power, but 'exiter' low level signal til
approx. 0532 UT then.

My late tune-in around 0516 UT on Dec 4 showed R Biafra program in progress,
mostly WeAfrican music played and female voice ID "This is Radio Biafra
coming to you from London" or "... broadcasting from London".
Excellent audio quality feed from London to Issoudun to state.

S=9 in Germany, Belgium, and Liverpool UK remote SDR's at 0517 UT.
At 05.19:30 UT phone number given, schedule 05-06 UT / 06-07?LT? given.

Flute mx at 0520 UT. When tuned to greater distance from TDF Issoudun bcast
center location to northern Stockholm Sweden remote SDR post, I could heard
stronger S=9+15dB signal there of 7.8 kHz wideband block.

Nothing heard on 25 mb 11530 / 11580 from Florida, not in European posts,
neither in east coast North American remote SDR's so far.

Program Radio Biafra end on SW 7240 kHz at exact 05.28:40 UT.

But after that, noted a - probably - antenna move/switch or power increase
from 100 to 250/500 kW procedure ON AIR from Issoudun broadcast center site
at 05.29 UT, signal increased to S=9+35dB signal. Later on at 05.30:50 UT
outlet decreased to an 'exciter' like signal level of S=6-7, when set to
smaller bandwidth, I could seen an EMPTY carrier later with poor 5 peaks
strings on it.

Two minutes heard African vernacular language program talk of - probably -
Yorba/Igbo langs, as given in latest Aoki Nagoya database list entry under
7240 ISS request ?
Who knows ... 73 wb

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 4)

----- Original Message -----
From: "rdangelo3@aol.com [DXplorer]" <DXplorer@yahoogroups.com>


Sent: Monday, December 04, 2017 5:58 AM
Subject: [DXplorer] Logs, etc. for the week ending December 3, 2017
Logs, etc. for the weekending December 3, 2017 from Rich D'Angelo, 2216
Burkey Drive, Wyomissing, PA19610, U.S.A.
Equipment: Ten-TecRX-340, Drake R-8B, Eton E1, Eton E5, Alpha Delta DX
Sloper, RF SystemsMini-Windom, Datong FL3, JPS ANC-4


CLANDESTINE (Nigeria) 7240, Radio Biafra â Issoudun, *0500-0522 on Dec 3,
opened with woman announcer giving station ID ("This is Radio Biafra
coming to you from London"), music features and talks in the English
language. Poor to fair. Noted // 11530 Okeechobee which had a WRMI ID
string leading up to opening for about five minutes prior to 0500. Also,
poor to fair.
(Rich DâAngelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Dec 3/4)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX" Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2017 6:34


PM Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs December 2-3, 2017


BIAFRA [non]. 11530, Dec 2 at 1900 and later, no signal today from WRMI
for R. Biafra. Dec 3 at 0557, WRMI fill music at S9-S6, song in unknown
language, but tuned in too late to tell if there was any R. Biafra earlier
in this hour. 0600 to Brother Scare, 0635 Planet X stuff, and 0710 recheck
sounds like Hausa, really Radio Herwa International.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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Glenn Hauser logs December 2-3, 2017  View Printable Version 
Sunday, December 03 2017

Logs
** ALGERIA [non]. 5940, Dec 2 at 2155, ME singing, S7-S5. It`s RTA via FRANCE now here at 20-22 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** BIAFRA [non]. 11530, Dec 2 at 1900 and later, no signal today from WRMI for R. Biafra. Dec 3 at 0557, WRMI fill music at S9-S6, song in unknown language, but tuned in too late to tell if there was any R. Biafra earlier in this hour. 0600 to Brother Scare, 0635 Planet X stuff, and 0710 recheck sounds like Hausa, really Radio Herwa International (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 5025, Dec 3 at 0652, R. Rebelde is S9+20 but suptorted. Wiggle that patchcord. 5040 RHC is OK in English (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA [and non]. 7355 // 7365, Dec 3 at 0137, R. Martà is over jamming on both, S9+45 but slightly stronger on 7355. At wideband AMS tuning the two signals blend together with no echo (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ECUADOR [and non]. 6050, Dec 3 at 0126, HCJB usual weak signal, but now amid what sounds like DRM noise from 6045 to 6055! Nothing else scheduled now, but Kuwait at 16-21 on 6050 supposedly in AM. Suspect they could be playing around with DRM here as they do on other frequencies, perhaps by mistake at this hour. Will it recur? Also suspected possibly spurs out of the dirty 6060 RHC transmitter, but doubt that. Still past 0200, when BTW I was listening for an automatic timesignal from HCJB, but none heard. Not doing that any more? Another unlikely possibility: the noise coming out of defective HCJB transmitter itself, but seems too strong for that. DRMish noise still audible around 6050 at 0645 Dec 3, when ELWA would be the victim. Now I wonder if it`s something local (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NETHERLANDS [non]. 5960, UT Sunday Dec 3 at 0125, The Mighty KBC via GERMANY is good with rock music at S9-S6; 0131 check the Radiogram beeps; 0150 medley ending with `White Xmas`, plug T-shirts; 0152 Kraig W Krist`s ``Forgotten song`` this week is ``Out of the Question`` from March 1973 by Gilbert O`Sullivan (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NEW ZEALAND. 11725, Dec 3 at 0636, no signal from RNZP, but too late to search for other frequencies. Propagation is otherwise normal from Hemisphere South with weak Brazilians (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** ROMANIA [and non]. 7375, Dec 2 at 2149, RRI in English, but *2150 covered by open carrier from Greenville prior to R. Marti at 2200. A courteous station would have avoided colliding with RRI just for a warmup. At least RRI is // on clear 7310 at S9-S7 for E North America, while 7375 is for Europe (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** TURKEY. 11815, Dec 3 at 1415, VOT with rabble-rousing speech in Turkish, by the president/dictator? No sign of NHK or even a SAH. Meanwhile, VOT English with song on 12035.04 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7296-USB, Dec 2 at 0214, the contrarian net of hams on USB instead of LSB on 40m. Main one heard is K9WT discussing propagation, equipment work. Also with KJ5GT. ARRL/FCC lookup shows K9WT is VENDELY, JOHN A, Malabar, FL 32950-3603 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1906 monitoring: confirmed Saturday December 2 at 2230 on WBCQ, 9330.02, fair-good, and again audible not only on USB but also somewhat quieter on LSB, with carrier still reduced. Missed checking again the 2300 Sat on WRMI 11580. Next repeat, UT Sunday Dec 3 at 0200 on 11580 is very poorly audible at S3-S2.

Also confirmed UT Sunday Dec 3 at 0428 on WA0RCR, 1860-AM, Wentzville MO, about 9 minutes into show, so started circa 0419. Also very heavy CW QRM during what must be a 160m contest, from at least two stations near 1860. WA0RCR always stands out in what is normally CW portion of the band. But without a contest, CW senders keep their distance.

At earlier check 0201, `Newsline` on 1860-AM had lots of CW QRM, including very rapid CQs from an N4, obviously not hand-keyed, so why bother? Everything from 1800 to 1872 is crammed, erupting with CW; the first phone LSB signal at 1877.5. And from 1880 to 2000 hardly any phone activity: I guess normal phone ops are doing the CW contest instead.

Ivo Ivanov, Bulgaria, reports:
``GERMANY, Reception of World of Radio on 9485-CUSB via HLR, Dec 3:
http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.bg/2017/12/reception-of-world-of-radio-on-9485cusb.html
1131-1200 9485 GOH 001 kW / 230 deg to CeEu English Sun, very weak
0731-0800 6190 GOH 001 kW / 230 deg to CeEu Sat Dec 2 - NO SIGNAL!``

Alan Gale, England, reports: ``Hi Glenn, No sign of HLR here on Saturday [1531 UT on 7265-USB], just the more distant station. It seemed to be the case with all of the German stations at that time though, as I wasn't hearing Channel 292 either, which is most unusual. Probably a very long skip or something similar to blame as the solar activity was showing normal at that time. Alan``

Next:
Mon 0030 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW
Mon 0400v WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0430 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Tue 0030 WBCQ 9330v-CUSB to WSW
Tue 0030 WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 2030 WRMI 11580 to NE, 9455 to WNW, 7780 to NE [or #1907?]

Full WOR schedule via all media, and podcast access:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 7489.95, Sat Dec 2 at 2158, WBCQ `The Planet` IS & ID loop, so again about to sign on an hour earlier than usual. 2200 to `Tom Call Theater` repeating exactly same episode from a week ago, ``Dead Horse Beach`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9955, Sat Dec 2 at 2205, incredibly boring and amateurish political rant, on `Dub Politico`. The guy coughs on the air, fumbles with script? reads it with stumbles, pauses, as if he couldn`t care less to convey his message. Something about violent anti-government/union demonstrations in France years ago. WRMI sked shows this as 2200-2230, so really half an hour of Dub now? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9395, Sunday Dec 3 at 1410, WRMI with Oldies music, while 9455 & 7780 are in `Wavescan`. Previously, so was 9395 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9370, Dec 2 at 2202, open carrier dead air from WWRB instead of Brother Scare. Also Dec 3 at 0638, JBA carrier on 9370, nothing on 3185. Also at 1410, S9+10 of dead air on 9370. Now I wonder if the other transmitter ever showed up around 00-01 Dec 3 on 3215?? WWRB may not have a ``dead man`s switch`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Since at least Thursday evening, WWRB has been stuck on 9370 all night and all day with no modulation, still so at 1616 UT today Sunday December 3.

This is unusual even for WWRB, so I am getting concerned that something may have happened to Dave Frantz.

Someone should check at the station or try to contact him. WRTH info:

6755 Shady Grove Road, Morrison TN 37355 (transmitter and studio)
Phone 931-728-6087
dfrantz@wwrb.org
http://www.wwrb.org
(Glenn Hauser, 1622 UT Dec 3, dxldyg via DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 11520, Dec 3 at 0148, WEWN English is finally back after missing several days, now S9+10 to S8, strong enough to hear the squeals this transmitter suffers from, pitch varying with the modulation which is a talk show about women, `Encounter Radio``. Still detectable at 0635, but very poor. Gone again, no 12065 at 1409 unless it`s the JBA carrier; no 15610 either (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 4840, UT Sunday Dec 3 at 0210, WWCR with `Talking Machine Show`, mostly music, but now a comedy routine from a Chautauqua in 1919y, poor quality and hard to follow: comedian supplies his own laughs. Competes with `Theater Organ in the Ozarx` on 5085 WTWW (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1734 UT December 3
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Re: Glenn's log Nov 10: UNID on 6135 - Madagascar?  View Printable Version 
Sunday, December 03 2017

Logs


I have an open carrier on 6135 kHz still at 1530.

Mauno


'Wolfgang Bueschel' dg1sbn@t-online.de [dxld] kirjoitti 2.12.2017 klo 8:02:


most likely RTM Antananarivo scheduled 05-15 UT in hfcc request entry.

CUBA This morning contribution, of every morning news different matter
from Cuban radio outlets.

6100 kHz Bauta site is OFF air this morning 4-6 UT observation.

4765 CMBC R Progreso heard in remote Michigan SDR at 0435 UT S=8-9 signal,
so scheduled likely 0130-0500 UT.
5025even Radio Rebelde from Bauta site, S=9+5dB at 0445 UT.
5040even RHC, saxophone orchestra mx S=9+5dB at 0450 UT.
6000 RHC En Quivican Titan site little distorted, better audio sound noted,
when switched rx to narrow SAM mode.
S=9+30dB proper signal at 0510 UT, talk on new Aids infections in
Africa, especially Republic of South Africa.
6060 RHC Spanish from Bauta site, S=9+15dB at 0517 UT.
6100 RHC OFF AIR this morning. <<<<<<<<<<<
6165 S=9+30dB proper signal in Michigan remote SDR site, interview in
English on Yankee US northern economic system of Coca Cola
in Puerto Rico colony.
9535 RHC 50kW Bejucal outlet towards Central America 230degrees,
noted at fair S=5-6 signal level at 0525 UT,
RHC Quivican Titan site 11840 kHz S=9 backlobe signal of 'Chile'
curtain
array antenna at 0528 UT

MEXICO very tiny S=4-5 signal on 6185.912, probably XEPPM Radio EducaciÃn
Mexico D.F., low modulation wandered 2-3 Hertz unstable fq this
0520 UT Dec 2 morning.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 2)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Howard ron888howard@gmail.com [dxld]"
Sent: Saturday, December 2, 2017 12:29 AM
Subject: [dxld] Re: Glenn's log Nov 10: UNID on 6135 - Madagascar?


Hi Glenn & Thorsten,
For most of Nov, Voice of Freedom stayed on 5920. Has been a
long time since they were last heard on 6135. VOF, as of Dec 1,
continues on 5920, with light jamming. Here in California, still
hearing the daily strong white noise jamming from North Korea,
on 6135, the former frequency of VOF.

Madagascar would seem a very likely candidate for the UNID,
especially with 1500 approximate sign off. Unfortunately for me,
I think the jamming is too strong for me to tell if there is anyone
underneath.

Ron

- - - - - Thorsten wrote Dec 1:

I guess it's worth checking that one again. Today I spotted a fair
carrier on a South African SDR on 6135 around 1440. Didn't observe the
exact sign-off time but it was not much after 1500. As mid-summer is
approaching in the southern Hemisphere and still afternoon in South
Africa, I would not expect the signal emanating from so far away. For
example, there is (almost) no trace of the Koreans on 6250 and 6400
which are audible in Europe, being a candidate for 6135 also.

73 thorsten

- - - - - Glenn wrote:


UNIDENTIFIED. 6135, *Nov 10* at 1404, very poor talk, intonation reminds
me of Jeff White, but surely not. Is Voice of Freedom clandestine from
South to North Korea back on this frequency today? Maybe trace of
noise jamming. As of Nov 8, Ron Howard said VOF carrier-only was on
5920 and not on 6135 for a long time. Otherwise, how about long-path
from Madagascar, which also has not been reported in a long time?!
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)


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