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Glenn Hauser logs February 9, 2019  View Printable Version 
Sunday, February 10 2019

Logs


Something`s always wrong at RHC --- and fun for us ... (gh)

re Cuba
NOTHING heard this Sunday morning of Esperanto special 6100 kHz,
NOT ON AIR Febr 10 at 0700-0730 UT time slot.

Only R Rebelde Bauta technician performing in 60 mb on
5025even S=9+30dB signal at 0712 UT.

Scratched jamming PULSES on few strings near 6135 kHz
S=9+5dB in Massachusetts SDR. 0706 UT.


USA/CUBA Scratching jamming on 5980 kHz ist stronger northerly
in MA SDR post.

Both R Marti Greenville NC were on air in 0700-0711 UT check, S=9+35dB
strength both, but 6030 kHz modulation seems with more punch.
5980 is even fq, but 6030 outlet is some 3 ... 4 Hertz less
on 6029.996 kHz - "for the accuracy of purists".


AUSTRIA But heard ORF 1st program of Vienna Austria on
6155even kHz, via ORS Moosbrunn bcast center, S=8-9 or -76dBm
on remote SDR in MA US-state, 0704 UT on Febr 10.
New tell the audience: "52,000 ski runner accidents occur annually in
Austria".


NIGERIA 7254.939 Not bad signal into North America this Febr 10 morning,
VoNigeria Abuja in French by female presenter at 0716 UT, S=8 or -78dBm
strength.


Earlier this Febr 10 night, some log entries, of Rochester NY post:

6010.011 as always much weak tiny signal at S=4 level, 0110 UT. BRA ?

5999.995 CUB RHC Quivican TITAN San Felipe in English, S=9+30dB in NY.
some audio feeder distortion feeling, scratchy at 18 kHz wide.
Talk on new Mexican President government.

6185.007 MEX XEPPM R Educacion from Mexico D.F. poor tiny S=5 at 0116UT

6180even CUB CRI Quivican TITAN San Felipe in English, 0119 UT Febr 10
S=9+25dB in Rochester NY SDR.

6165even CUB RHC Bauta in English, talk on new Cuban REFERENDUM
to be held on Febr 21 ?,
new constitution of Cuba to verify, S=9+20dB at 0121 UT.

6115even USA WWCR En pastor prayer in progress, S=9+10dB at 0123 UT.

6090.003 IRN Poor muffled signal of IRIB Sirjan in Spanish to Latin
America, S=8-9 at 0127 UT. Talk on Papa Francisco journeys.
Nothing on air from Anguilla Antilles religious broadcaster this Febr 10

6049.999 EQA HCJB Quito, fair S=6 in Vernacul at 0128 UT

6029.997 USA R Marti in Sp, S=8 at 0130 UT, but mainly scratching noise
from the Cuban island on air.

6020even ALB As always S=9+5dB signal of 2 x 150 kW combined units at
CRI Cerrik relay site in Albania Europe.
For the first time some 50, 100, 150, 200 Hertz strings visible
on Perseus screen.

5960.005 D__ this dubious hard rock music station on weekend special
on air, Mighty KBC radio, hard rock, terrible audio.
'hard rock music hurts my ears'. Via MBR Nauen Germany site
S=7-8 in Rochester NY. At 0136 UT hard rock of the 60ties.

5850even USA WRMI S=7-8 signal in northern US at 0137 UT.

now heard via Cape Canaveral FL remote SDR unit:

5829.986 USA WTWW Lebanon TN, sermon prayer, S=9+25dB at 0140 UT.
10 kHz wideband signal !

5860even D__ US Radio Farda against Iran, in Persian via IBB BBG
RL/RFE Lamperheim relay site. S=7-8 backlobe at 0142 UT Febr 10

5900even BUL Brother Stair Ministry English prayer via European relay
SPC-NURTS Sofia Kostinbrod Bulgaria relay site,
QSL via Spaceline Ltd., Sofia Bulgaria.
CEO Dimitar Todorov <lz1ax -at- mail.bg>
S=8 in FL at 0143 UT.

5910even ROU RRI Bucharest Romanian language sce, via Tiganeshti bc site
S=9+25dB in FL remote SDR. 0144 UT.

5930even AUT BBC London Dari service to Persia/AFG via ORS Moosbrunn
Austria relay, S=9 backlobe signal at 0145 UT on Febr 10.

5935even USA WWCR female presenter, probably University Network on air?
powerhouse in FL remote site, S=9+35dB, 11.2 kHz wideband signal
0146 UT on Febr 10.

5939.690 BRA Radio Voz Missionaria. Brasilian mx heard S=6-7 at 0148 UT.

5950.005 IRA VoIRIB Sirjan, in Tajik language, backlobe signal remaining
into North America. S=6-7 at 0150 UT.

4765even CUB Radio Progreso from Bejucal site on Cuba island, 0130-05 UT
their exciting music program noted on remote Edmonton Alberta
site in Canada, powerful S=9+25dB. 0154 UT on Febr 10.

5130.498 USA WBCQ signal weak and tiny at S=5 level or -89dBm poorly
of probably 'R NY International' likely at 0158 UT.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Febr 10)

----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2019 7:50 PM
Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs February 9, 2019


BRAZIL. 6010.016, Feb 9 at 0710, JBA carrier, probably R.
InconfidÃncia, despite Aoki/NDXC listing as in a break 06-09 (and also
listing imaginary Mexico and probably same Colombia on 6010).
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)


CUBA. Unlike English, RHC Spanish is still making SW frequency
announcements at certain hours, which don`t always mesh with reality
--- but what do those non-SWLs know back in the studio?

11760, Feb 9 at 0000 tune-in, onesuch is in progress; missed the first
part that I will try to catch again. `...13740, 11840, 9640, 5040. A
partir de las 0000: 13740, 11670, 11840, 11950, 11700, 9640, 6000`` -
-- but NOT the very frequency I am tuned to, 11760! 11670, 11700 and
11840 are all suptorted, plus weak 11830/11850 spurs, never announced.

11950 also on, but *not* // the others because it`s the separate `Mesa
Redonda` TV soundtrack hour, // 6000 only --- something the announcer
does not comprehend by mixing those two in with the others.


BTW, this is UT Saturday, altho EiBi and NDXC/Aoki claim 00-01 6000 //
11950 are on air Tue-Fri only. Maybe the UT Sat shows are irregular, or
confusion local vs UT days? Another frequency announcement is at 0400, but
just caught it ending at 0402 on 6060.

I then resolve two mysteries others have reported!

6010, Feb 9 at 0022, two carriers, so is Colombia really reactivated
along with Brasil? I barely make out some Spanish talk so the
assumption would be Colombia --- but NO, it`s // 5990 CRI relay! Now,
I get it: 6010 is a leapfrog mixing product of 5990 over 6000 (Cuba
can make broad jumps, but LFMPs are supposedly more apt between nearby
frequencies.) This is possible only between 00 and 01 when both are on
the air (unless they forget to turn at both of them off).

The other could still be Brasil, as no other broadcaster, major or
minor is known active during this hour (DON`T YOU BELIEVE Radio Mil,
Mexico, still in Aoki/NDXC, which has been gone for many YEARS). To
confuse matters further, RHC has some Brazilian trying to speak
Spanish, i.e. Portunhol, I have also heard at other times; maybe an
unusual temporary guest.


6090: so I am checking this out too: Feb 9 at 0401, no Anguilla, but
fast SAH of about 15 Hz, talk and music mixing. Now I get it! 6090 is
another leapfrog mixing product as confirmed by // audio: 5910 CRI
relay over 6000 RHC English, another 90 kHz higher. Both must be
TitÃn-QuivicÃn site here too. Leapfrogs do not make any SAH as the
result is a single ``transmission``, which however could be off-
frequency if either fundamental be; so what else is on 6090 now?
Surely R. Amhara, ETHIOPIA. The 6090 Cuban mix could be heard anytime
between 03 and 05, the 5910 CRI hours in English, Cantonese. Checked
at 0407 for reverse leap on 5820 but nothing audible there.
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)


NIGERIA. 7255-, Feb 9 at 0718, VON S9+20 in African language about
Sierra Leone. Re my previous report of it missing, Dan Sheedy,
California replies:

"Hi Glenn, just saw your 8 Feb 0653 non-log of VoN-7255. Oddly enough,
I was checking them out at 0623 8 Feb. & they were doing OK in Hausa,
so apparently their "doing OK" didn't last too long. Have a safe
weekend, good listening, & cheers from the beach. Dan"
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report dispatched at 1850 UT February 9
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Glenn Hauser logs February 9, 2019  View Printable Version 
Sunday, February 10 2019

Logs
** BRAZIL. 6010.016, Feb 9 at 0710, JBA carrier, probably R.
InconfidÃncia, despite Aoki/NDXC listing as in a break 06-09 (and also
listing imaginary Mexico and probably same Colombia on 6010). See also
CUBA! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CHINA [non]. 6020, Feb 9 at 0025, CRI relay in English via ALBANIA
seems to be discussing how to say ``Get the show on the road`` in
Chinese; an idiom I assume cannot be translated literally.

There is also a LAH - low audible heterodyne on 6020. What could that
be? Only otherthing in EiBi is VOV-4 Vietnam. I suppose a trace could
be making it along grayline, and being off-frequency certainly fits
them. It`s 20 kW ND. DON`T YOU BELIEVE Brasil or Perà on 6020 still in
Aoki, both gone for YEARS! If RHC were on 6100 and 6060 at this hour,
a leapfrog of those could land on 6020 as I have previously heard
after 0500 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CHINA [and non?]. 6080, Feb 9 at 0028, two weak carriers beating
from slightly different frequencies, one of them seeming Chinese.
Aoki/NDXC claims two within China are simulactive: until 0100, CNR1,
100 kW, 236 degrees via Golmud 916 site; and until 0530, PBS Hulun
Buir, 10 kW ND in Mongolian via Hailar. But also one other as 24h, R.
Marumby, Curitiba PR, Brasil, which may not be inactive, still in WRTH
2019 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. Unlike English, RHC Spanish is still making SW frequency
announcements at certain hours, which don`t always mesh with reality
--- but what do those non-SWLs know back in the studio?

11760, Feb 9 at 0000 tune-in, onesuch is in progress; missed the first
part that I will try to catch again. `...13740, 11840, 9640, 5040. A
partir de las 0000: 13740, 11670, 11840, 11950, 11700, 9640, 6000`` -
-- but NOT the very frequency I am tuned to, 11760! 11670, 11700 and
11840 are all suptorted, plus weak 11830/11850 spurs, never announced.

11950 also on, but *not* // the others because it`s the separate `Mesa
Redonda` TV soundtrack hour, // 6000 only --- something the announcer
does not comprehend by mixing those two in with the others. BTW, this
is UT Saturday, altho EiBi and NDXC/Aoki claim 00-01 6000 // 11950 are
on air Tue-Fri only. Maybe the UT Sat shows are irregular, or
confusion local vs UT days? Another frequency announcement is at 0400,
but just caught it ending at 0402 on 6060.

I then resolve two mysteries others have reported!

6010, Feb 9 at 0022, two carriers, so is Colombia really reactivated
along with Brasil? I barely make out some Spanish talk so the
assumption would be Colombia --- but NO, it`s // 5990 CRI relay! Now,
I get it: 6010 is a leapfrog mixing product of 5990 over 6000 (Cuba
can make broad jumps, but LFMPs are supposedly more apt between nearby
frequencies.) This is possible only between 00 and 01 when both are on
the air (unless they forget to turn at both of them off).

The other could still be Brasil, as no other broadcaster, major or
minor is known active during this hour (DON`T YOU BELIEVE Radio Mil,
Mexico, still in Aoki/NDXC, which has been gone for many YEARS). To
confuse matters further, RHC has some Brazilian trying to speak
Spanish, i.e. Portunhol, I have also heard at other times; maybe an
unusual temporary guest.

5990 is S9+20/30, and 6000 is S9+10. Since they leapfrog, the two must
be at the same site, despite Aoki showing different coÃrdinates: 5990
CRI as La Habana, and 6000 RHC as TitÃn-QuivicÃn. This is because only
the CRI relays are in HFCC as registered by the ChiCom, but not
specifying which of the three real sites. EiBi also reflects this.

Harold Frodge also reported RHC on an unlisted frequency: ``CUBA: 6090
Radio Habana Cuba; 0405, 2/4; W in EE reading list of phone #s &
addresses; 0407+ RHC ID. SIO=2+52+; no sign of robustly bountiful Rev.
Barbie or dead Dr. Gene (Frodge-MI)``

6090: so I am checking this out too: Feb 9 at 0401, no Anguilla, but
fast SAH of about 15 Hz, talk and music mixing. Now I get it! 6090 is
another leapfrog mixing product as confirmed by // audio: 5910 CRI
relay over 6000 RHC English, another 90 kHz higher. Both must be
TitÃn-QuivicÃn site here too. Leapfrogs do not make any SAH as the
result is a single ``transmission``, which however could be off-
frequency if either fundamental be; so what else is on 6090 now?
Surely R. Amhara, ETHIOPIA. The 6090 Cuban mix could be heard anytime
between 03 and 05, the 5910 CRI hours in English, Cantonese. Checked
at 0407 for reverse leap on 5820 but nothing audible there.

Let this be a lesson: before leaping to conclusions about something
exotic or reactivated, if you hear Spanish or any RHC language on a
band where Cuban transmitters also exist, consider a mixing product!
Something`s always wrong at RHC --- and fun for us (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 5040, Feb 9 at 0030, RHC English is open carrier/dead air
except for a bit of scratchiness. Wiggle that patchcord! Something`s
always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 9640, Feb 9 at 0725, S9+10/20 of dead air except for some
hum; also 9535 dead at S9+10. Obviously RHC transmitters left on far
beyond sign-off time. I wonder if they were modulating earlier in
English or Spanish. 9535 is always quite weaker than 9640 here.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** CUBA. 15311, 15283, 15255, 14997, 14969 approx., Feb 9 at 1351, JBA
28.6x kHz spurs barely detectable from RHC 15140.

Finally someone else reports these, Harold Frodge, Midland MI:
``15111.4, Radio Habana Cuba (presumed); 1545, 2/4; Just hints of
music; slightly drifty sig. 1942, still there & still on 15111.4; this
time with definite voice. Similar at 15168.8 so probably another 15140
RHC spur combo. âSomethingâs always wrong in Cuba.â Spurs, tornadoes &
meteor strikes. +++ 1933, 2/6; Same spur pair; distorted 15140 in
French; spur also on 15025 but not 15255`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. Superfluous jamming discourtesy of the incompetent
DentroCuban Jamming Command, where something is always wrong:

5960, Feb 9 at 0713, pulse jamming vs nothing, maybe spur out of 5980s

6125, Feb 9 at 0404, intermittent pulse jamming stray vs Turkey
deadair

12035, Feb 9 at 1355, occasional pulse jamming stray QRM to Turkey

11915-11945, Feb 9 at 1420, Heavy jamming against 11930 Martà is
splattering out at least plus/minus 15 kHz, more than usual

11845, Feb 9 at 1424, residual pulse jamming still here against long-
abandoned Martà frequency; and also vs 11860 which is M-F only unlike
all other RM usage; DCJC had been turning off 11860 weekends, maybe
forgot today, but by 1757 the only jamming is around 11930 (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISENING DIGEST)

** EAST TURKISTAN. 3950 & 3990, Feb 9 at 0034, JBA carriers vs QRhaM,
presumed PBS Xinjiang --- checking for these after hearing the usual
grayline quartet of higher carriers all correlating with same Urumqi
station, 4500, 4850, 4980, 5060. 3990 & 4980 are in Uighur, part of
the ChiCom brainwashing scheme. However, Aoki shows PBS Gannan also
running this hour on 3990.

7205, Feb 9 at 0036, is more than a carrier, Asian wailing at S5-S8.
This could also be Xinjiang in Uighur, but CRI Mongolian via Beijing
site also scheduled (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** IRAN. See MALAYSIA [non]

** MALAYSIA [non]. 9835, Feb 9 at 1351, S8-S4 of Russian with flutter,
so definitely VIRIran, not VOM.

Ron Howard replied to my yesterday`s unID: ``Hi Glenn, On Feb 8,
checking at 1120, 1247 & 1347, noted clear frequencies for both 9835
and 11665; no hint of any station at all. In the past, I would have
been hearing decent Malaysian signals on both frequencies (9835
Sarawak FM & 11665 Wai FM). So per my recent monitoring, their
schedule has significantly changed during the period I normally
listen. Ron, California``

And Mauno Ritola, Finland, replied to that also on the WOR iog: ``Hi
Ron, I don't think it is a schedule change, but for some reason they
have difficulties in keeping the transmitters on the air. 9835 kHz has
been inactive for quite a while. 11665 kHz was in operation on
Thursday, but as you say not yesterday and also today off. Mauno``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NIGERIA. 7255-, Feb 9 at 0718, VON S9+20 in African language about
Sierra Leone. Re my previous report of it missing, Dan Sheedy,
California replies:

Hi Glenn, just saw your 8 Feb 0653 non-log of VoN-7255. Oddly enough,
I was checking them out at 0623 8 Feb. & they were doing OK in Hausa,
so apparently their "doing OK" didn't last too long. Have a safe
weekend, good listening, & cheers from the beach. Dan`` (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** PALAU. 9965, Feb 9 at 1345, YL in Japanese, undermodulated with
some hum, i.e. Furusato no Kaze; just a trace today of +/- 70 kHz
spurs on 9895 & 10035 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** TURKEY. 6125, Feb 9 at 0404, 0412 and 0428 chex, S9-S9+10 of dead
air vs some occasional pulse jamming strays. Voice of Turkey is
failing to modulate English to North America! Something`s always wrong
at Emirler but at least it`s not 0.7 kHz off-frequency.

Regarding my previous report of Turkey in German way past 0000 UT Feb
6: ``the sloppyrators sometimes don`t get 5960 turned off by 2355 when
English finishes, letting it run with the next language on the feed
which is not supposed to be on any SW frequency. If such lapses be
totally random, sooner or later it will happen on Saturday into UT
Sunday and clash with The Mighty KBC`` --- Jay Novello, Wake Forest
NC, replies Feb 6:

``Glenn, it already has, on several occasions, including this past
weekend when they didnât pull the plug until around 0050. I wrote to
Eric van Willegen at The Mighty KBC about it, and he replied:

`Yes, the VOT is not following perfectly the rules. The Germans will
contact them again; hopefully it will work this time. Fingers crossed
for Saturday. It's not that easy to find a clear frequency; in the
past we had Radio China and Cuba suddenly on top of us. Have a great
week and we see you Saturday```

Which is exactly why, when KBC was looking for a new 49mb frequency, I
strongly recommended against this one. There is more to frequency
management than looking for openings in HFCC.

12035+, Sat Feb 9 at 1353, VOT English is poor in `Letterbox` until
1401 right into `Turkish Cuisine`, S9-S5, but you would need perfect
reception and a recorder to copy the recipe. Occasional stray pulse
jamming QRM.

13685.704, Sat Feb 9 at 1424, VP music, gone at 1452 recheck. It`s VOT
eastward in Uighur at 1330-1426 per Aoki/NDXC; neither that nor EiBi
(nor HFCC of course) reveal it can be off-frequency from 13685. Might
not be noticeable on weekdays with WINB non-DRM carriers covering
13685-13690 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 4724-USB // 8992-USB, Feb 9 at 0041, US military crypto
alfanumeric fonetik string with usual reverb and clix between
characters. EiBi calls these ``US Air Force Messages``, on six
frequencies all available 24 hours, the others being 6739, 11175,
13200 and 15016. But where are they, really? And are they significant
or mere exercise? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1968 monitoring: confirmed Saturday
February 9 at 1255 the 1230 on WRMI 9955, good S9. Not confirmed the
1531 Saturday via HLR 9485-CUSB, direct nor via UTwente. As Alan Gale
suggested, I also checked the Italy SDR during following semihour,
http://kiwisdr.briata.org:8073/
but not picked up there either. However, from England, Alan reports
this week:

``Hi Glenn, HLR was audible up until 1515 UT on 9485 kHz this
afternoon, but abruptly faded out here during Media Network Plus. I
switched to the Colle Sofia webSDR in Italy and World of Radio was
audible on there at 1530, though suffering a little splatter.

Interestingly though, it then faded in here again at 1550 UT and was
quite strong for the final 10 minutes. That was the first time that
I've heard it here on that frequency in weeks now, so that's a good
sign that propagation is improving as the days continue to lengthen.
I've attached a short mp3 of it. 73, Alan.`` Next:

2030vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM MO non-direxional
2200 UT Saturday WRMI *9955 to SSE
0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415], ND
0830 UT Sunday WRMI 5850 to NW, 5950 to WNW, 7730 to WNW
1130 UT Sunday HLR 7265-CUSB Germany to WSW
2130 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 5950 to WNW, 9395 to NNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ *5130v Area 51 to WSW
0430 UT Monday WRMI *9955 to SSE
0930 UT Monday Unique 5045-LSB NSW ND
2330 UT Monday WRMI *9955 to SSE
* also webcast; direct linx to these and many others at:

Complete WOR sked, all affiliates, satellite, webcast, AM&FM, podcast:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. (7490), UT Sat Feb 9 circa 0105 when first checked, WBCQ
webcast, Allan Weiner political rant on `Worldwide`; At 0142 talking
about installing transmission line for the 500 kW, which is 9 inches
in diameter, looks like a pipe, to achieve 20 MW ERP out of the
pending #6 transmitter. Fuller report from John Carver:

``Tonight's show started I know not when. 7490 was nothing but noise
as was 9330. Waited a bit to see if something would start. Checked
5130 and the show was in progress. Found them in the middle of
political talk when I tuned in about 0105. A canned station ID is
broadcast every few minutes. Discussing the State of the Union address
at the moment. Harsh politics fade into the background and the talk
moves to the regular working man and the problems they have making a
living. Price of groceries. Price of non food items. States again to
never trust banks and get rid of one's credit cards. Also touches on
health care.

During a break Allan announces that they're broadcasting on 7490 and
9330. No mention of 5130 and no mention of what happened to the
militia program. Allan mentioned that they've started work on the new
transmitter so Allan and Angela are now in Maine. Mr. Transistor Norm
calls at 0135 chiding Allan for not being at the hamfest in FLA today.
Allan is excited about how well the transmitter project is coming
along. Some talk about fooling with the big transmission line to the
transmitter. Allan said that he and Angela would be back in FLA
sometime in March for awhile. He also predicted that radio will make a
comeback.

A dropped phone call prompts Allan to complain about getting a dozen
junk phone calls a day on his cellphone. Reading of emails at 0150
interrupted by a phone call from a gentlemen asking if there was an HD
shortwave radio available. Allan explained about DRM. Then into a
reading of the Free Radio News. Closing prayer at 0158. Program was
off the air at 0200. New program started then on 5130 and was not the
militia program. Didn't catch the name of the new program but it seems
to have something to do with professional wrestling. John, Mid-North
Indiana`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5970, Feb 9 at 0407, WEWN Spanish is gone again. They must
be having horrible problems keeping this thing on the air, and
modulated.

12050, Feb 9 at 1354, WEWN is at least on the air but dead air, or
JBM? at S6-S2; 1405 fully modulating Spanish (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 5005 & 5020, Feb 9 at 0715, JBA carriers, likely
EQUATORIAL GUINEA about to fade out, and SOLOMON ISLANDS starting to
fade in (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1850 UT February 9
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Glenn Hauser logs February 7-8, 2019  View Printable Version 
Friday, February 08 2019

Logs
WORLD OF RADIO HITLIST by Alan Roe, Updated:
http://www.w4uvh.net/hitlist.htm

** ANGUILLA. 11775, Feb 7 at 1858, CB/TUN/DGS/PMS is off again, having
been on at previous check 1455 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 6060, Feb 8 at 0658* RHC English cuts off air just as I tune
in; 6100, 6165 and 5040 are already off. But outlier 6000 is still on,
starting to re-open English hour at 0659. By 0701 its air is dead.
Presumably it too will be offcut when the sloppyrators at the other
site get around to it. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 12300, Feb 8 at 1352, RHC is S8-S3 but surging up a bit, 2 x
6150 which is S9 to S9+10, both slightly distorted. Something`s always
wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 9965, Feb 8 at 1357 pulse jamming against nothing but a JBA
carrier probably FE, rather than Radio RepÃblica which left this
frequency many years ago. Something`s always wrong at the DentroCuban
Jamming Command. At least the J is here rather than upon 9955 WRMI
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. 15140, Feb 8 at 1412, RHC is S9 of dead air with SAH of about
2 Hz, no doubt OMAN. With no modulation, no spurs audible, while 15230
is nominal at S9-S7. At 1457 still S9+10 of dead air on 15140.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)

** NIGERIA. 7255-, Feb 8 8at 0653, VON is still gone, no bigsig but a
JBA carrier maybe local device about 7255.75 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5130.461, UT Fri Feb 8 at 0240, this WBCQ is obviously on,
signature off-frequency, weak and just barely modulated, with what?
Never-up-to-date websked shows it totally off the air between 0330 UT
Wed and 0100 UT Sat (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 9475- & 5830, Feb 7 at 1855, both WTWW-1 frequencies are off
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 5970, Feb 8 at 0657, WEWN is S9+10 of dead air; Spanish
night frequency has been re-active last night or two, even with
modulation (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 15825 & 13845, Feb 8 at 1458 & 1535, WWCRs are S9+20, way
more than usual JBA signals, so rare February sporadic E opening in
play, as confirmed on 6m map with MUF up to 93 MHz over eastern USA.
I`ve had so little luck hearing any FM DX under such circumstances
that I don`t even try. By 1714 still Es, estimated MUF 81 MHz (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1370, Feb 7 at 2259 UT, I`m seeking KGNO Dodge City KS,
which at 5 kW ND ought to be audible on daytime groundwave here, but
never is; surely with skywave starting up? It`s 243 km = 151 miles
away. No sign of it; instead:

1370, Feb 7 at 2259 UT, ``Talk 13-70, one minute from CBS News``, But
Austin ID, 2300 CBS News and signal drops, i.e. KJCE Rollingwood TX.
But LSS there is not until 0015.

I have been unable to hear any trace of KGNO for more than a
sesquiyear, but can find NO information at FCC AM Query about it being
anything other than active: nothing in correspondence file about STA
for silence or reduced power, etc. Continues to be listed in NRC AM
Log with no notation about it being silent. Likewise at radio-
locator.com with link to website:
http://www.swksradio.com/kgno-am-1370/
and Listen Live link, so I do so at 1659 UT Feb 8: Yes, IDs as KGNO
1370, DC`s first radio station, just like on website: ``1370 KGNO is
Dodge Cityâs FIRST radio station! It was signed on in June of 1930``.
And into Fox ``news``. What is going on here? See my previous report:

``1370, Sept 28 [2017] at 1859 UT, still no signal audible from KGNO
Dodge City KS. Can`t believe it`s funxioning at 5 kW ND which should
be making it on daytime groundwave across the Ogallala Aquifer, only
205 km = 127 miles. Is it gone, QRP, or really out of whack direxional
away? (Glenn Hauser, Helena OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)``

This was a few days after Wayne Heinen, Denver, did report hearing it:
``1370, KGNO, KS, Dodge City â 9/24 2300 [EDT = 0300 UT 9/25] â Faded
up, âAM 1370 KGNO Dodge City,â to Fox News. Havenât heard this in
quite a while (Wayne Heinen, CO, NRC DX News Nov 13 [2017], published
Nov 5, via DXLD) Nor here yet; must be out of spex or out of air (gh,
OK)``

Is anyone currently hearing KGNO by DX or close to DC? (Glenn Hauser,
Enid OK, Feb 8, 2019, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1430, Feb 7 at 1923, rock music is fading in and out,
overcoming KTBZ Tulsa; suspect 50 kW KZQZ St Louis MO/IL, already
skywaving. Day pattern is ENE/WSW, our way, while 5 kW night pattern
is NNW/SSE with a null toward us. We are in the null of our nearest,
KALV Alva, hard to hear here protecting KTBZ (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 1480, Feb 7 at 2230, KBXD Dallas is still in Vietnamese like
in the morning, apparent infomercial for ``Forever Beaumore
Cosmetix``. At least two other Metroplex Vietnamese are on 1460 and
1600; also Houston 1560 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Pacific JBA MW carrier search, Feb 8 at 1328-1333:
774-NW, 828-NW, 837-WSW, 882-?, 1098-W, 1188-?, 1422-NW, 1566-NW. Just
after LSR at 1327 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

UNIDENTIFIED. 9835.006, Feb 8 at 1401, S3-S6 JBA talk and music, first
suspected Malaysia which has been reported active on reduced schedule,
but more likely IRAN in Russian as also scheduled this hour only,
1320-1420 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1805 UT February 8
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JRX Logs: Domingo, 3 de Janeiro de 2019.  View Printable Version 
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JRX Logs: Domingo, 3 de Janeiro de 2019.ÂÂ

Receptor (es): Degen DE1103.

BRASIL
** 610. 3/2/2019, 0103-0115, Radio Itatiaia, Belo Horizonte-MG. Casal de locutores apresentam o noticiÃrio, com notÃcias nacionais, do estado e de BH, incluindo as policiais; 0110 Hora certa: 11:10h (horÃrio de verÃo), ID. RecepÃÃo satisfatÃria no inÃcio, foi caindo a qualidade da escuta, com QRM e esvaecimentos, 35322 (Em certos momentos, 35421).

CHINA
** 9860. 3/2/2019, 0029-0039, China Radio International, Jinhua-CHN, em Hakka. LocuÃÃes feminina e masculina; 0030 IS e ID e continuam as falas; 0034 Cantora interpreta uma melodia. CRI com recepÃÃo satisfatÃria entre nÃs, 35433.
** 11685. 3/2/2019, 0042-0050, China National Radio 11, Baoji-Sifangshan-CHN, em Tibetano. LocuÃÃo masculina durante o perÃodo da escuta. CNR11 com recepÃÃo pobre, 25322.

USA
** 3215. 3/2/2019, 0050-0057, WWRM, Manchester-TN, em InglÃs. LocuÃÃo masculina em inglÃs, provÃvel pregaÃÃo religiosa durante esta escuta. RecepÃÃo variando entre pobre e quase inaudÃvel, 25322 to 25321.

VATICANO
** 9700. 3/2/2019, 0019-0027, Radio Veritas Asia, SM di Galeria-CVA, em Kachin. LocuÃÃes masculina e feminina; 0027 Um breve trecho de mÃsica, IS e IS. RecepÃÃo satisfatÃria da RVA por aquÃ, 35433.


JRX_Josà Ronaldo XavierÂ
SWARL Callsign PR7036SWL
Cabedelo-PB, Brasil (UTC-3)


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LOG 3, 4, 5, 6 y 7 de Febrero.  View Printable Version 
Friday, February 08 2019

Logs
*ONDA MEDIA. *


** ARGENTINA. 760. R. ATLÃNTICA. Febrero 6. 0510-0530 UTC. MÃsica romÃntica
y reggeton. A las 0530 se identifica la emisora. SINFO: 45343. Comentario:
R. Cooperativa de Santiago, Chile, salià del aire de forma definitiva.
(Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Ferrita de Receptor; Lugar
de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** PARAGUAY. 920. RNP. Febrero 6. 0535-0620 UTC. Espacio musical folclÃrico
con avisos culturales y turÃsticos intercalados juntos a identificaciÃn de
la emisora. SINFO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Ferrita de Receptor; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


*ONDA CORTA. *


** BRAZIL. 11780. RNA. Feb. 7. 1907-1917. MÃsica y comentarios en portuguÃs
por parte de una mujer. 55444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn,
Chile)

** CHILE. 5825. R. TRIUNFAL EVANGÃLICA. Febrero 5. 2205-2220 UTC.
IdentificaciÃn de la emisora y oraciÃn del comienzo de las transmisiones.
Desde las 2212 se emite un espacio de mÃsica. SINPO: 35343 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha:
Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)

** CUBA. 4765. R. PROGRESO. Febrero 6. 0440-0458 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica
instrumental. A las 0457 se emite la identificaciÃn de la emisora. SINPO:
45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros;
Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)

** CUBA. 15140. RHC. Febrero, 3. 1532-1604 UTC. Programa sobre el cine y la
mÃsica cubana, dedicada al Grupo de ExperimentaciÃn, destacÃndose a Pablo
Milanes y Silvio RodrÃguez, entre otros exponentes de la trova. A las 1557,
se emite un boletÃn informativo con las acciones del Presidente DÃaz Canel
para con los afectados por el HuracÃn, DeclaraciÃn de Cuba sobre Venezuela,
Presidente Maduro acepta adelantar elecciones parlamentarias y mesa de
dialogo con la oposiciÃn, Rusia declara que Estados Unidos moderniza
fÃbrica de armas, Vietnam se solidariza con Cuba, Restablecimiento de
electricidad en La Habana. DespuÃs presentaciÃn del servicio en Esperanto.
SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50
metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** INDIA. 13695. AIR. Febrero 5. 1910-1945 UTC. Programa de mÃsica tÃpica.
A las 1920, mujer habla acerca de la mÃsica tradicional y prosigue un
espacio musical hasta las 1940, luego avisos de la emisora. SINPO: 55444
(Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar
de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Febrero 4. 0030-0059 UTC. Comentarios polÃticos hasta
las 0036, luego avisos de la emisora y cortinas de presentaciÃn de un
programa. A las 0040, se inicia un programa sobre el panorama
internacional, especialmente acerca de los Estados Unidos y los tratados
internacionales, junto a la relaciÃn entre Rusia y Estados Unidos, ademÃs
de la guerra comercial con China. SINPO: 44343 con leve interferencia de
una emisora china en la misma frecuencia, aunque desde las 0045 con SINPO:
44444. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros;
Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** IRAN. 7230. IRIB. Febrero 6. 0002-0057 UTC. Noticias de Hispan TV sobre
Guatemala, Venezuela, Chile, Franja de Gaza, El Salvador, EspaÃa, MÃxico y
Colombia. A las 0023 se emiten avisos de contacto de la emisora y
presentaciÃn de los programas a continuaciÃn. A las 0026, se inicia un
especial sobre el Imam Jomeini y una revisiÃn de la historia iranà desde la
Ãpoca de la RevoluciÃn IslÃmica, alusiones a la caÃda de la UniÃn
SoviÃtica, el comportamiento geo-polÃtico de Estados Unidos y el programa
nuclear iranà hasta las 0040. Luego se inicia un programa de anÃlisis con
invitados acerca de Estados Unidos, las grandes corporaciones y los
problemas con IrÃn por su programa nuclear. SINPO: 45444 (Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha:
Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** IRAN. 11870. IRIB. Febrero 6. 2100-2120 UTC. Programa sobre la
RevoluciÃn IslÃmica de IrÃn desde una perspectiva cultural y papel de la
ReligiÃn. Luego una entrevista acerca del tema del programa hasta las 2118.
DespuÃs se emiten los horarios y frecuencias del servicio en espaÃol,
conjuntamente a una despedida. SINPO: 55444. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo,
4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** JAPAN [NON] ** USA. 6195. NHK. Febrero 5. 0400- 0430 UTC. VÃa WHRI.
Servicio en EspaÃol. Noticias sobre la visita de la Presidenta Merkel a
JapÃn, Declaraciones financieras de Nissan, SoberanÃa de Rusia de unas
islas reclamadas por JapÃn, Efecto negativo en empresas japonesas debido a
la guerra comercial entre Estados Unidos y China, Reconocimiento a GuaidÃ
como Presidente interino de Venezuela, Papa Francisco irà a los Emiratos
Ãrabes Unidos, CompaÃÃa de electricidad no reactivarà aÃn unos reactores
nucleares, Torre de Tokio se ilumina de color rojo por el aÃo nuevo lunar,
Ãndices bursÃtiles. A las 0415, se emite un capÃtulo de âSemblanzas de
JapÃnâ con informaciÃn sobre la prefectura de Nagasaki con alusiÃn a la era
Edo, la gastronomÃa, los cristianos ocultos y su historia oral. A las 0427,
se emite una canciÃn de despedida, junto a datos de la emisora. SINPO:
55555 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros;
Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA NORTH. 13760. VOK. Febrero 5. 0300-0357 UTC. Servicio en EspaÃol.
Himno nacional, Canciones de General Kim Il Sung y Kim Jong Il. Desde las
0308 boletÃn informativo con noticias sobre saludos llegados a nivel
internacional, Informe de Comità del Partido de una provincia, noticias
sobre complejos de aceros, ConservaciÃn de los patrimonios, Alojamiento de
deportistas junto a saludos al Mariscal Kim Jong Un, Respuesta al gobierno
japonÃs, DeclaraciÃn acerca de las reuniones Norte-Sur. Luego espacio de
mÃsica. A las 0337 se lee un artÃculo acerca del papel del Partido y del
Estado hasta las 0340. despuÃs se emite un nuevo espacio de mÃsica. SINPO:
45444 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros;
Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA NORTH. 13760. VOK. Febrero 7. 0300-0357 UTC. Servicio en EspaÃol.
Himno nacional, Canciones de General Kim Il Sung y Kim Jong Il. A las 0308
boletÃn informativo con noticias sobre los comitÃs preparativos del dÃa Luz
en varios paÃses, Noticias sobre la visita de Coreanos en JapÃn a la colina
Mansu, ExplotaciÃn carbonÃfera en Corea, Lectura de una declaraciÃn por la
unificaciÃn de la NaciÃn, junto a una realizada por la UniÃn de Mujeres.
Desde las 0315, se inicia un espacio de piezas musicales cantadas e
instrumentales. A las 0330 se lee la letra de una canciÃn patriÃtica y
luego se emite integralmente, junto a otras piezas de mÃsica ligera. A las
0340, se lee un artÃculo en referencia a un General anciano que prestÃ
servicio al desarrollo cientÃfico y al Partido del Trabajo de Corea. Luego
un espacio musical. A las 0355, se emiten los horarios y frecuencias del
servicio. SINPO: 55454 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena:
Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA NORTH. 11680. KCBS. Febrero 6. 0425-0440 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica.
SINPO: 55544 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50
metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH. 15575. KBS. Febrero 7. 0216-0300 UTC. VÃa Kimjae. Programa
âCorea a diarioâ con alusiones a las celebraciones del AÃo Nuevo Lunar en
Corea, Las librerÃas coreanas y la clasificaciÃn de libros, el trasplante
de Ãrganos. Luego se emite una canciÃn. A las 0228 se emite el segmento:
âLiteratura en audioâ en donde se habla de la relaciÃn de la madre con su
hija. Un momento despuÃs se identifica la emisora y se retorna al programa
âCorea a diarioâ con informaciones de la identificaciÃn de una encuesta
sobre las clases sociales y las visitas a los parques temÃticos, zoolÃgicos
y acuarios. Posteriormente se emite una pieza musical. A las 0243, se
inicia âCoreano en dramasâ con la frase del semana referente al concepto de
determinaciÃn. Desde las 0246, se emite: âAl son de Coreaâ con una
presentaciÃn sobre las relaciones inter coreanas y de piezas musicales
tradicionales. SINPO: 45343, desde las 0245 con SINPO: 45444 (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de
escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH [non] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Febrero 3. 0114-0159 UTC. VÃa WHRI.
Comentarios sobre una pelÃcula dedicada al paraÃso canino. Luego top de
pelÃculas y segmento: "MÃsica en la pantalla". A las 0127 se inicia "El
rincÃn del radio escuchas" con descripciÃn de la celebraciÃn del aÃo nuevo
lunar en Corea, lectura de ganadores del concurso. A las 0134 se emite el
segmento: "Literatura en audio: la vegetariana" con descripciÃn de los
sueÃos de la protagonista y Ãltimo capÃtulo de la novela. A las 0138, se
emite un segmento musical. Luego lectura de los informes de recepciÃn.
Desde las 0150 se emite: "Con sabor a Kimchi" con la descripciÃn del
planilla con base de legumbres blancas o de sobras de tofu. Luego espacio
musical de fin. SINPO: 55444. A las 0146 SINPO: 45343. Claudio Galaz,
Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha:
Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** KOREA SOUTH [non] ** USA. 9605. KBS. Febrero 4. 0113-0159 UTC. VÃa WHRI.
CanciÃn de la banda Mamamoo. Luego revisiÃn del top con alusiones a bandas
como APINK, TWICE, y de solistas. DespuÃs se presenta un estreno de
GFRIEND. A las 0123 se lee la letra traducida de una canciÃn de una
telenovela y luego se procede a emitirla de modo completo. A las 0130,
comienza: âRincÃn del Melomanoâ desde Facebook Live con alusiones sobre a
las tradiciones coreanas por el aÃo nuevo lunar, lecturas de saludos y
pedidos de canciones. SINPO: 55555 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** SPAIN. 11940. REE. Febrero 7. 1930-1945 UT. Comentarios de fÃtbol y la
Copa del Rey. AdemÃs el programa se identifica como: âTablero deportivoâ.
44444. Audio: https://archive.org/details/11940KhzFeb.07At1938UTC (Claudio
Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de
escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** USA. 13820. R. MARTI. Febrero 4. 1905-1930 UTC. IdentificaciÃn de la
emisora, aviso sobre el programa âRadiografÃa de la ConstituciÃnâ acerca
del proceso constitucional en Cuba con entrevista a un jurista de
Guantanamo con comentarios sobre la prensa cubana y la campaÃa del No.
Desde las 1923 se entrevista a un Pastor EvangÃlico. Luego avisos de
identificaciÃn de la emisora. SINPO: 55544 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN
PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â
RegiÃn, Chile)


** USA. 15730. VOA. Febrero 7. 2005-2030 UTC. Comentarios en idioma FrancÃs
y espacios musicales intercalados. Desde las 2020 datos de emisora e
informaciones. Y despedida a las 2029. 45444. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor:
TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo,
4Â RegiÃn, Chile)

** USA. 17775. KVOH. Febrero 4. 1845-1900 UTC. Espacio de mÃsica cristiana
contemporÃnea de alabanza en espaÃol y avisos de contacto de la emisora.
Luego identificaciÃn de la emisora y promociÃn en InglÃs sobre âVoice of
Hopeâ en Israel. SINPO: 55544 (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660;
Antena: Hilo de 50 metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** USA. 21525 RAN. Febrero 7. 1947- 2000 UTC. PredicaciÃn en idioma InglÃs
sobre la verdad y JesÃs. luego datos den programa e identificaciÃn de la
emisora. 55444. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50
metros; Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)


** VIETNAM [NON] ** USA. 7315. VOV. Febrero 7. 0038-0057 UTC. Servicio en
EspaÃol. VÃa WHRI. Audio reportaje con la descripciÃn de una celebraciÃn
primaveral en una localidad vietnamita. A las 0045, se habla de unas
tradiciones budistas y festejos populares vinculados al aÃo nuevo lunar. A
las 0048 se emite una canciÃn. Desde las 0051, se emite un noticiero con
informaciones vinculadas a las visitas turÃsticas por el aÃo nuevo lunar,
el apoyo a Venezuela por parte de Vietnam, PosiciÃn positiva de Hanoi para
organizar la reuniÃn entre Estados Unidos y Norcorea a fines de mes,
Convenios laborales entre Vietnam y Los Emiratos Ãrabes Unidos. SINPO:
44444. (Claudio Galaz, Receptor: TECSUN PL 660; Antena: Hilo de 50 metros;
Lugar de escucha: Barraza Bajo, 4Â RegiÃn, Chile)
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