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World Music Radio 25800  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 04 2024

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World Music Radio (WMR) is testing a new 300 Watts transmitter (AM carrier)
on 25800 kHz since February 19 - instead of the old one which was 60 Watts
(AM carrier) only. Unfortunately we are causing some interference to a
local Ethernet set up. So at times modulation has been lowered, and power is
slightly under 300 Watts.

Signals can be heard worldwide. With a bit of luck and patience as well as a
good receiver and a good aerial. Best chances are in Southern Europe,
Northern Africa, Russia, and Eastern North America. But signals have also
been picked up in Western North America, Japan, South America, Australia/NZ,
the Middle East, South Africa, and Japan.

All World Music Radio frequencies: 927, 5930, 15700, and 25800 kHz are on
the air 24/7.

QSL?s available from World Music Radio, PO Box 112, DK-8960 Randers SØ,
Denmark. Please enclose return postage (2 IRCs or 5 euro) if possible. The
printed 2024 QSL card will be available soon (before Summer hopefully).

Best 73s
Stig Hartvig Nielsen

www.wmr.radio

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And now for something completely different  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 01 2024

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If you wish to look beyond the MW band, tune up to 3250 and you might get
quite a show from HAARP! 06:09 UTC 73, Walt (Masset)
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HAARP Experiment  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 01 2024

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Presumed HAARP Transmission on 6.8 mhz AM with man made pulses noted for about 10 minutes from 0220 – 0230 UTC on March 1st, 2024. MP3 Recording sent. Bill Smith, Douglas, MA. RX:Palstar . Antenna: Horizontal Loop, 529 feet long and 30 feet high. Nothing heard on any of the other HAARP frequencies..

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Radio Beacon GJ3YHU  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 01 2024

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Radio Beacon GJ3YHU, Jersey Island logged at 1620 UTC on February 29th, 2024 on 21.0946 mhz WSPR Mode; Signal strength 1 DB. RX: Yaesu FTDX 1200 and 6 ele log periodic at 62 feet. Bill Smith, Douglas,MA
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HCDX Update  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, February 28 2024

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at this hour requested 49 meterband channel 6015 at 350 degr azimuth

6015 0200 0300 17,18,27,80 ISS 100 350 0 206 1234567 291023 300324
N=DRM
Fra F TDF TDF 4093 DRM TES

From: Richard Langley
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2024 9:28 PM
To: WOR@groups.io
Subject: Re: [WOR] TDF on 9565 kHz Yesterday Evening [and on 28 February]

On Tue, Feb 27, 2024 at 12:47 PM, Richard Langley wrote:
Will be interesting to see if there's a similar transmission tonight.Yes, there was. And again a VERY strong fully decodable signal here in NB with indoor equipment (KiwiSDR + W6LVP loop). According to my recording, the transmitter came on the air (or at least DRM started decoding) at just before 02:30 UTC. Again, this is on 9565 kHz and on 28 February (UTC) this time. The transmission started with a song by Malagasy composer and singer Eusèbe Jaojoby (thanks, SoundHound) in progress. More uninterrupted music followed. Turned out this was not the previously heard RFI Monde (or RFI Afrique feed) but rather RFI Musique, another of the four RFI streams:

RFI Monde: tout en français ;
RFI Afrique: tout en français, destiné à l'Afrique francophone ;
RFI Multilingue: pour les langues étrangères ;
RFI Musique: diffuse de la musique.
I don't know if RFI Musique has ever been on shortwave before or whether they have dedicated FM or DAB(+) outlets in France or elsewhere (WRTH not at hand). The transmission ended at about 02:57, unfortunately, in the middle of a song by Peter Tosh, the deceased Jamaican reggae musician who was also a member of the Wailers.
Again, after the RFI DRM transmission ended, there seemed to be a weak residual DRM signal on the frequency. But it wasn't seen on the waterfall of the U. Twente SDR receiver. What could this be?

-- Richard Langley
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