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Follow-up on Romania thread  View Printable Version 
Thursday, January 17 2019

IRCA
Those are good catches.

I'm trying to keep an eye on the Romanians too. So far, no success to hear Radio Timoisoara 630 or RRA 531. Anybody heard them?

Chuck

 

Yet another!!  View Printable Version 
Thursday, January 17 2019

IRCA

 

Yet another!!  View Printable Version 
Thursday, January 17 2019

IRCA
Hi Phil,

On a whim I pulled out a CCradio 2E and was stunned to find near-LOCAL
quality Russian talk on 1520!

The signal nulls for me in a NNE direction (est. 345-350 deg. bearing) from
Puyallup; that's actually *towards* Everett in general.

I first heard Russian talk at 7:45pm PST, but now at 7:58 it's Russian
language music.

OK, at the top of the hour I just heard "KQRR, Oregon City, Oregon" in
English, and then back into Russian with mentions of "Christiana" or
similar. I note this station is 15 kw nighttime.

I wonder why they are coming in so strong? They are nearly pegging the 2E's
signal meter indoors.

Guy Atkins
Puyallup WA

 

Yet another!!  View Printable Version 
Thursday, January 17 2019

IRCA
Tried for it here in Clarkston WA just before 10, but no go. KKXA is
dominant, with other stations in the background.
--
Rick

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From: IRCA [mailto:irca-bounces@hard-core-dx.com] On Behalf Of Volodya S
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 9:23 PM
To: Mailing list for the International Radio Club of America
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Subject: Re: [IRCA] Yet another!!

Yes, coming in armchair copy into Victoria, as well, at 05:20 UTC with
Christian Russian music. I can hear KKXA as well co-channel, but mostly
just barely. Sure sounding like the full 50,000 watts, and not 15 kW.
73, Walt in Victoria, BC

On Thu, Jan 17, 2019 at 4:03 AM Guy Atkins <dx@guyatkins.com> wrote:

> Hi Phil,
>
> On a whim I pulled out a CCradio 2E and was stunned to find near-LOCAL
> quality Russian talk on 1520!
>
> The signal nulls for me in a NNE direction (est. 345-350 deg. bearing)
> from Puyallup; that's actually *towards* Everett in general.
>
> I first heard Russian talk at 7:45pm PST, but now at 7:58 it's Russian
> language music.
>
> OK, at the top of the hour I just heard "KQRR, Oregon City, Oregon" in
> English, and then back into Russian with mentions of "Christiana" or
> similar. I note this station is 15 kw nighttime.
>
> I wonder why they are coming in so strong? They are nearly pegging the
> 2E's signal meter indoors.
>
> Guy Atkins
> Puyallup WA
>
>
>
>

 

Follow-up on Romania thread  View Printable Version 
Thursday, January 17 2019

IRCA
Jim Renfrew, Clarendon NY

I'm reviewing Perseus recordings from Cappahayden Newfound in November
2018, using our "north" wire. Tonight I ran across an interesting
situation on NOV 13, 1829:50 - 1830:00 UTC.

1. A haunting female vocal is weak under BBC on 909. I manage to parallel
this same music with 1404 and 1593. Much stronger on 1404, poor on 1593.
Must be Radio Cluj, which is scheduled at that time on transmitters in Cluj
909 200kw, Sighetul 1404 and 2 synchros on 1593. I previously heard an ID
for "Radio Cluj" 1404 at 1800z. And it is pronounced "clooge".

2. Meanwhile, underneath the music on Radio Cluj 909 there is a barely
discernible "Radio Romania Actualtati", but it's not a voice-over, it's a
different station and I find multiple parallels to this on 945, 1152, 1179,
1404, 1422 and 1530, none of which have the haunting female vocal, except
1404 which is also 2 Romanian signals. The 909 RRA station in Timisoara is
50 kW.

So, yes, the two separate signals on 909 are also on 1440 at the same
time. An interesting "pile-up" of co-channel Romanians.

JIm Renfrew, Clarendon NY

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