sabato 24 ottobre 2020

RADIOACTIVIDADES PARA EL FIN DE SEMANA (2 PROGRAMAS) - Sábado 24 y Domingo 25 de Octubre 2020

RADIOACTIVIDADES PARA EL FIN DE SEMANA (2 PROGRAMAS)

Sábado 24 y Domingo 25 de Octubre 2020

Desde Uruguay “RADIOACTIVIDADES” programa conducido por Daniel Ayala, con la participación de Roberto Belo y la producción y diseño técnico de Luis Ignacio Moreira, se emite por la emisora Pública Uruguaya “Radio Uruguay” perteneciente a la Radiodifusión Nacional del Uruguay.

Nos dedicamos a historiar sobre la radio, personajes, programas y la actualidad de los medios de comunicación.

Se ha emitido de forma ininterrumpida desde febrero de 1989

Dirección de Radioactividades
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Dirección electrónica:
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Cordiales 73 - Programas DX

LA ROSA DE TOKIO PARA EL SÁBADO 24 DE OCTUBRE 2020 - (2 PROGRAMAS)

LA ROSA DE TOKIO PARA EL SÁBADO 24 DE OCTUBRE 2020

(2 PROGRAMAS)

La Rosa de Tokio es un programa dedicado a difundir el apasionante mundo de la radio y del diexismo que se transmite semanalmente desde los estudios de LS11 Radio Provincia de Buenos Aires.

Los temas de la semana:
LA RADIO EN SAN JUAN – PROGRAMA 01
LA RADIO EN EL CONFLICTO DEL CAUCASO – PROGRAMA 02

LA ROSA DE TOKIO se emite ahora los domingos en su nuevo horario de 16:00 a 18:00 LU (19:00 a 21:00 UTC) por los 1270 Khz y en Internet en http://radioprovincia.gba.gob.ar/

Además, una extensa red de emisoras de frecuencia modulada de toda la República Argentina retransmite en forma semanal nuestro programa en diferentes días y horarios.

En la provincia de Buenos Aires nuestro programa es emitido por radioemisoras de Alberti, Garré, Pellegrini, Navarro, General Alvear, Lobería, General Lamadrid, Junín, Rojas, entre otras ciudades.

La Rosa de Tokio también sale por onda corta gracias a las facilidades brindadas por WRMI Radio Miami Internacional (http://www.wrmi.net/) y ahora llega a Centroamérica pues es retransmitida por Radio Verdad, de Guatemala y La Chispa Estéreo, de Panamá.

También puede ser escuchada en cualquier momento entrando en la página ProgramasDX y haciendo “click” en http://programasdx.com/larosadetokio.htm

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Cordiales 73
Programas DX

HISTORIAS DE RADIO DE DANIEL CAMPORINI. 24 DE OCTUBRE 2020 - RADIO MAUA

HISTORIAS DE RADIO DE DANIEL CAMPORINI

24 DE OCTUBRE 2020

RADIO MAUA
Las transmisiones de radiotelefonía fueron presentadas en Brasil, como una enorme novedad en 1922 cuando sale al aire la radio Sociedad de Río de Janeiro, que era sostenida por sus fundadores y a través de las contribuciones voluntarias de los oyentes. Diez años más tarde, las emisoras en Río de Janeiro ya eran cinco…

Página del programa:
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Cordiales 73
Daniel Camporini/José Bueno

R.O.C.V. 6906 kHz email address

VENEZUELA, 6906, R. O. C. V., Radio Onda Corta Venezuela, El Tigre, email for reception reports: rocv6906@gmail.com

I don't know if they will confirm the reports. I asked them and I am waiting the answer.

Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

Glenn Hauser logs October 23-24, 2020

** CHINA. CNR1 jammer survey, our morning Oct 23 at 1357: 11460 Chinese with flutter; 11100 S3; 11070 & 10870 JBA until 1400* (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CHINA. CNR1 jammer survey around our sunset here, Oct 23 at 2338: 6865, Chinese S6-S8 with flutter. After pirate check, so then I seek others graylinish, JBA carriers or JBA u.o.s., from 2346: 9155, 9180, 9215, 9280; 2348: 9300 S6-S9; 2351: 13530 S7-S9; 13130, 13070; 12870 S3-S4; 12835, 12820; 12500 S5-S6; 12365, 12210. 2356: 11500, 11440, 11170, 11120; 11100 S7-S8; 11070 S9+10; 10870, 10820. Almost/all of these are Aoki-listed SOH *jammed frequencies. I did not have time to search above 14 MHz where more do reside (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 11845, Oct 23 at 1439, residual noise jamming on an ex-Radio Martí daytime frequency, long-gone for how many years now? Other broadcasters should beware if they think it`s available. Maybe they are, for Aoki shows nothing but CNR2 at 00-11, the ChiCom being cool anyway with jamming (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 4765, Oct 24 at 0033, as soon as I tune in Radio Progreso music it dumps off the air, back on at *0034.6, and now I also find the extremely distorted but not very strong spurblob circa 4782, but not much to match at minus 17 = 4748. Nor do I hear any Huanta on 4764 even while RP was off. Something`s always wrong at RadioCuba. See also INDIA (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** INDIA. 4910, Oct 23 at 1745, no AIR Jaipur, nothing but noise to New Delhi SDR. Closed down earlier? The only other Kiwi in India, Bengaluru, keeps blocking me for having used it more than 180 minutes per day while I have really used it zero.

I was checking for the last minutes ever of AIR Jaipur, as Jose Jacob, dx_india, had warned Oct 22:

``Subject: AIR Jaipur - Last day on SW tomorrow 23 Oct 2020 All India Radio, Jaipur in Rajasthan is ending their SW transmissions tomorrow ie 23 Oct 2020 at 1751 UTC (11.21 pm IST). Their schedule of the 50 kW tx which was installed in 1992 is: 4910: 0025-0430, 1130-1751 UTC; 7325: 0630-0930 UTC`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** INDIA. 5040, Oct 24 at 0023, open carrier of S7-S9, certainly not CUBA which is OFF, compared to 5025 Rebelde at S9+20. Fits for AIR Jeypore, 50 kW, starting at 0026 per VU2JOS schedule; however no modulation detected past 0030. I was hoping for at least a trace of the lovely AIR IS. Now and then hit by ``running water`` ute QRM.

BTW, WRMI will no longer have to worry about Trivandrum 5010 QRM as Jose Jacob says it`s one of several AIR stations just decommissioned. That leaves Madagascar, and maybe a Cuban leapfrog with 5040 back on, across 5025 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** INDIA. 11560, Oct 23 at 1441, SW/S Asian music, S8-S9+10 with heavy flutter. This is one of our best chances to hear what`s left of the drastically curtailed AIR external service. Constantly updated https://qsl.net/vu2jos/sw/freq.htm shows it`s 500 kW from Bengaluru, 1315-1415 in Dari, 1415-1530 Pushtu; also 0215-0430. Unfortunately no longer carries relay of domestic news in English at 1500; and what`s the azimuth? No AIR in HFCC any more, no angles in WRTH or Aoki or EiBi or VU2JOS. Must be roughly to the NW; in 2017 had a 320 degree on another frequency while 11560 was via Goa (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** NORTH AMERICA. 6955-USB, Oct 23 at 2337, pirate music, S9 but distorted with parlato, ``Dread Zeppelin``? As others report it at https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,73231.0.html 2341 SSTV beepery; 2343 more music with exclamations, 2350 tones and off. It was Damn Skippy per HFU reports, displaying fuzzy SSTV (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** SRI LANKA. 11870, Oct 23 at 1438, S6-S9 with heavy trans-polar flutter, song maybe in English. Aoki/NDXC shows it`s AWR in Chinese this hour only via Trincomalee (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** TURKEY. 9830, Oct 23 at 2200, VOT English is on, but only VP into UTwente vs QRM from NSS RTTY even over there (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2057 monitoring: confirmed UT Saturday October 24 at 0130 on WRMI 7780, S8/S9+15 into UTwente SDR. Preceded by double ID at 0129, from Bob Zanotti and Ian McFarland, with bits of music intruding between them and before me. Next:

1130 UT Saturday  WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE
1300 UT Saturday  WRMI 15770 to NE
1930vUT Saturday  WA0RCR 1860-AM
2300 UT Saturday  WRMI 7780 to NE
0300vUT Sunday    WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315; as late as 0400]
0030 UT Monday    WRMI 7730 to WNW
0130 UT Monday    WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday    WRMI 7780 to NE, 5800 to SSE
0300vUT Monday    WBCQ 6160v Area 61 to WSW
0330 UT Monday    WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE
1800vUT Monday    IRRS 7290 Bulgaria to WNW, 594-Italy
0100 UT Tuesday   WRMI 7780 to NE
0330 UT Tuesday   WRMI 5800 to SSE
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
2200 UT Wednesday WRMI 9955 to SSE [jammed?] [NEW]
0100 UT Thursday  WRMI 7780 to NE

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts: http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

Contributions to support these non-commercial services may be sent via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com - not necessarily in US funds

One may also contribute via money order or check in US funds on a US bank to Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 9395, Oct 23 at 1433 and later chex, WRMI-6 remains off the air; on exactly same nominal parameters, 100 kW at 355 degrees is 9455, still on, so easy to compare them. Discussed in WOR iogroup:

``USA. Message just posted on the WRMI Facebook page: "1915 UTC Tuesday October 20 - WRMI's Transmitter 6 (9395 kHz) is temporarily off the air due to a blown capacitor and some other minor damage.  Our engineers are working to get it back on the air, but we may need some parts, so it could be tomorrow before it gets back on the air.  We apologize for the inconvenience, and thanks for your patience." Alan Roe, Teddington, UK``

[non] ``WRMI's current absence on 9395 kHz is allowing good reception of Radio Thailand on 9390 kHz. Currently audible October 21, 2020 from 1312 UTC tune in finishing up English broadcast. ID "Radio Thailand broadcasting from Bangkok" in English at 1315 UTC then into Chinese language program with male announcer. Currently S-3 peaking to S-5, SINPO = 34333. Mike Newland, Morgantown, KY``

[non non] Last I heard from the site was that part of the problem is fixed, but there are still issues. Maybe tomorrow. There is only ONE engineer on site for 14 transmitters and 23 antenna systems, and he is only part-time and semi-retired. The engineering situation is getting grim in this business, as we are all aging out. If I was in Florida I could help, but we are at out Mountain Home until after Christmas.`` -- Bob Biermann, YWS, northern Georgia, Oct 21.

You would think one of the otherwise idle transmitters could substitute, but maybe not serviceable, feasible, or worth the trouble. Certain transmitters only connect to certain antennas, so even if retuned to 9395, it might have to emit in a `wrong` direxion (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 2057)

** U S A. 6159.912 & 7490.061, UT Sat Oct 24 at 0003, both WBCQs are about equally sufficient for `AAAWWW`, ``WTO`` theme ending and AW opening show teasing? listeners about how gorgeous his half-naked wife is in the 84-degree studio; I cannot think of any other radio host who always begins thus. She is to him a welcome distraxion, but more seriously they complain about distracted drivers; and hear from someone who sadly sold his Harley rather than risk them. Then discussing the centennial of regular broadcasting by KDKA, but also WWJ Detroit, apparently reading an entire article from a September Radio World past 0030. By 0039 more technical about `BCQ: He loves meters and insisted Continental install them, maybe for the last time, on the 500 kW. All the old transmitters are tube-type and one has 18 meters on it, so he can view directly what any stage is doing. At 0050 finally reveals it`s 23rd of October, YOOL 2020, into e-mail briefly; 0055 starts to read some Free Radio Weekly items, but none ensue since immediately allowed to be interrupted by a caller telling a story of how he had a vision in September that Trump would win by an approx. 2:1 margin --- they can only hope!! Anyhow may have been last week`s FRW as I for one had not received my new issue yet. Now only a minute for benedixion and getting off in time for Hal Turner (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Atlantic JBA MW carrier search, Oct 23 at 0550-0606: 531, 585, 639(2), 693, 729, 738*, 774(2), 837, 855(2), 882, 891, 909, 936(2), 981, 909(2), 1053*(2), 1089, 1098, 1107, 1125(2), 1152, 1215 --- all those detected by USB tuning 1 kHz below on 9-kHz steps. Before completing to top of band,

I then switch to LSB tuning from 1 kHz above the 9-kHz steps, not in the order heard: 549, 558, 612, 639, 684, 693, 729, 738, 747, 882, 891, 936, 981, 999, 1026, 1044, 1053*, 1089, 1152(2), 1215, 1458, 1503 kHz. *strongest; (2) at least two carriers beating (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. 9218, Oct 23 at 1432, S5-S8 open carrier. The persistent OC on 9200 is not on right now, possibly same transmitter. 9200 is back on later in day and no 9218, such as at 2347, S8-S9. Note that sometimes there is also a CNR1 jammer on 9200 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. 11137-USB, Oct 23 at 2357, 2-way in Spanish, maybe legit aerocomms but I doubt it. I run across these during CNR1 jammer bandscans, in fact another one I missed logging in haste to beat the jammer closings (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 0334 UT October 24

Agenda DX 24/10/2020

ANNIVERSARIO EMITTENTI
Radio Calendario, Venezuela 1020 Khz (1949)
Zambia BC 4910 Khz (1964)

venerdì 23 ottobre 2020

Propagation News – 25 October 2020

The last week was dominated by sunspot region 2776, which pushed the solar flux index to 75. Geomagnetically, it was a mixed bag though, with the Kp index peaking at four on Wednesday, but otherwise being relatively quiet and showing zero on Tuesday. The sunspots, plus the October seasonal enhancement, meant that the HF bands were quite active. There were reports of Australia being worked from the UK on 10m FT8. Alek, VK6APK was worked at 0920UTC by Tony, G4HZW. Mario, FR4QT on Reunion Island was also worked on 28.380MHz SSB by Gary, G0FWX, according to the 10m UK Net Facebook group. If you like 10 metre operation the group is definitely worth signing up to. These 10 metre contacts bode well for the future and we look forward to other reports of VK/ZL as the solar cycle progresses.

Next week, NOAA predicts the solar flux index will be the range 72-74. Sunspot region 2776 will have almost rotated off the visible disk by the time this report is published and there are no other spots at the moment. However, it does look like we are in for a disturbed weekend with poor geomagnetic conditions. This is due to a large polar coronal hole on the solar surface that has returned after a 27 day rotation and which could cause the Kp index to rise to five. The solar wind will likely increase in speed and density, resulting in an adverse effect on the ionosphere after a potential pre-auroral enhancement.

Expect maximum usable frequencies to decline and conditions to be poor this weekend. Do look out for potential 10 metre auroral contacts though.
VHF and up:

We are about to enter a phase of very disturbed weather with a series of deep lows dominating the charts, especially in the nearby Atlantic. Their influence will bring strong winds and periods of heavy rain or showers. At long range it’s pointless to try to time such events precisely, but nonetheless the general characteristics suggest that tropo will again be a rare feature in the coming week, other than transient weak ridges between successive fronts or lows. On the upside, rain scatter could do rather well for the GHz bands.

The Moon’s declination is rising and goes positive on Thursday so Moon visibility windows will lengthen. The Moon reaches apogee on Friday where path losses are at maximum. 144MHz sky noise is low all week.

With the Kp index set to rise to five thanks to the returning coronal hole, it might be worth keeping an eye out for low-VHF auroral propagation again.

There are no significant meteor showers this week but get ready for the Leonids, peaking on 16 and 17 November. (rsgb.org)

WMLK Update

USA.  WMLK has posted an update on their Facebook page on 19 October, as follows:
"Ampegon report from the contracted builder!
Thank you very much for your email. It is good to hear that you are surviving the pandemic - although this does not sound very optimistic.
In Europe the second wave is fully striking us. In Switzerland we don't feel it so badly. But there are a lot of restrictions which make us feeling that it is not over yet by far.
Regarding your transmitter I can give you the following information on the completion situation:
1. PSM cabinet: fully assembled, tested, packed, ready for shipping
2. Auxiliary transformer, HV cables: packed and ready for shipping
3. Balun: 90% assembled
4. RF-transmitter: 40% assembled
5. PSM transformer: ordered, delivery confirmation according to schedule
6. Testload: 35% (delivery of a lot of material delayed because of Covid-19)
7. Medium voltage switchgear: offers from suppliers are in. Procurement will soon follow. In schedule.
We target to complete the transmitter to be completed by end of October 2020 to be ready for wiring test & functional tests.
We will take some pictures next week and send them to you.
Sorry I didn’t post this sooner some difficulties occurred! Thank you for your patience, understanding, and your support! Yahweh Bless you, each and everyone! Shalom!"

(Alan Roe, Teddington, UK via WOR io group)

The K7RA Solar Update

Tad Cook, K7RA, Seattle, reports:

Sunspots appeared every day of the past reporting week. Compared to the previous 7 days, the average daily sunspot number increased from 13.1 to 15. Average daily solar flux rose from 73.1 to 74.5. Geomagnetic indicators were up slightly, with average daily planetary A index rising from 2.7 to 5, and middle latitude A index going from 1.9 to 4.1.

Predicted solar flux for the next 45 days is 75 on October 23 – 27; 72 on October 28; 70 on November 1 – 7; 73 on November 8 – 10; 72 on November 11; 71 on November 12 – 13; 70 on November 14 – 23; 72 on November 24 – 27, and 73 on November 28 – December 6.

Predicted planetary A index is 18 and 20 on October 23; 15 on October 24 – 26; 12 on October 27; 10 on October 28; 8 on October 29; 5 on October 30 – November 6, 10 on November 7; 5 on November 8 – 15; 10, 15, and 18 on November 16 – 18; 20 on November 19 – 20; 24, 14, and 10 on November 21 – 23; 8 on November 24 – 25, and 5 on November 26 – December 6.

Here is the geomagnetic activity forecast from F.K. Janda, OK1HH, for October 23 – November 18.

The geomagnetic field will be:

    quiet on November 5-7, 10-13
    quiet to unsettled on October 31, November 3, 14-15
    quiet to active on October 28-29, (30,) November (1, 4,) 16
    unsettled to active on October (24,) 27, November 2, (8-9,) 17-18
    active to disturbed on October (23, 25-26)
    Solar wind will intensify on October (23-25,) 26-29, (30,) 31; November (2-3,) 4-5, (12-14,) 15-18

Parentheses mean lower probability of activity enhancement.

We received this report from Jeff, N8II, in West Virginia:

“It took a while — the first 10 days of October were pretty dismal — but recently there has been an opening to Europe daily here on 15 meters, so perhaps conditions on 15 are better than this time last year. Conversely, very little has been heard on 12 or 10, CW or phone. Last year featured some loud signals on 10 meters from South America in the late afternoon.

“It was October 10 when I started putting 15-meter European contacts in my log. MI0SAI in Northern Ireland was S-9 at 1525 on SSB, and SJ6A in Sweden was about S-5 – 7 at 1542 UTC. Sunday, October 11 I worked Germany, England, Italy, The Netherlands, and Croatia, all with S-7 or stronger signals on SSB, between 1417 and 1527 UTC.

“One thing seems apparent: The MUF is so close to 21 MHz that each opening is somewhat different in coverage and peak propagation time. Some other highlights: EU1KY in Belarus on SSB at 1306; OZ8KW in Denmark at 1411; SP9LCW in Poland at 1414; at 1416, SM5YOC and at 1528, SM3LBP in Sweden, and OD5OZ in Lebanon at 1608 (quite late for him) on October 12. The next day, I worked LY2TS in Lithuania on CW at 1516, and I had a CW pile-up of mostly western European stations until 1552, with best DX being southern Russia, R6MI at 1544 and UR7QC at 1547. Signals seem to completely or nearly fade by 1630, and decrease right after 1600. On the October 16, 9K2HS in Kuwait was my first QSO on CW at 1532, and he was S-5 – 6, but heard me on first call. On October 18, I logged 7Z1IS Saudi Arabia at S-7 at 1407. The next day, there was a very strong opening to the UK from 1515 to 1548. On the October 20, OH5LF in Finland was S-9+ when we signed on SSB at 1407; his antenna was 5/5-element Yagis, and he was running 1.5 kW remote from his summer cottage.

“Strong European SSB signals showed up on October 20, 1330 – 1510 after starting with 9K2HS at S-5 on SSB. I worked three stations in a row in Lebanon on SSB at 1500 UTC. Conditions dropped rapidly after 1510, very early for the band to close. Other stations worked during the European opening were ZS6TVB in South Africa and ZD7FT on St. Helena Island, both with strong signals.”

Mike Schaffer, KA3JAW, in Easton, Pennsylvania (FN20jq) sent this:

“Yikes! October out-of-season single-hop sporadic-E (Es) was active on 6 meters along the east coast, Saturday, October 17, 2100 to 2300 UTC. This is 25 days past the autumnal equinox.

“Once again, the unexpected happens during the early recovery out of a solar minimum.

“I was monitoring FT8 on 50.313 MHz waiting for Es to show-up along the Gulf of Mexico. Then it happened. The first direct decodes:

215700 –3 –0.4 1527 ~ WA2FZW W4KBX EL98

220345 –2 –0.4 2178 ~ KK2DOG W4KBX EL98

220545 –1 –0.4 2177 ~ KC3PIB W4KBX EL98

220845 –9 –0.5 1566 ~ CQ K2IL EL97

“Grid Squares: EL98 in central Florida, around Orlando, and EL97 in south central Florida, north of Lake Okeechobee.

“Now that the band is open with Es expanding farther south, I decided to try for contacts on the SSB calling frequency on 50.125 MHz.

“When I rolled down there, several operators were already having conversations about how pleasant it was that the band came back to life since the summer months.

“At 2252 UTC, I put out my first CQ. AG4N, Bill, replied from West Point, Georgia, which is some 300 yards from the Alabama state line. From my location to AG4GN, 230° azimuth, distance 771 air miles.

“I gave Bill a 4/7 signal report with QSB.

“The Es was being funneled as far away as Mobile, Alabama (996 miles), and Biloxi, Mississippi (1,045 miles).

“By 2335 UTC the band started to collapse, with signal reports sliding down to 2/2.

“No double-hop Es from Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, or other northern Caribbean Sea islands was heard.

“Even if the band sounds dead, I urge everyone to continue monitoring the 6-meter SSB calling frequency, 50.125 MHz, then take it one step farther and call CQ. You might be pleasantly rewarded, even if you are running 10 W into a 6-meter horizontal half-wave dipole less than 8 feet off the ground.”

Space Weather Woman Tamitha Skov, WX6SWW, has posted a video.

Sunspot numbers for October 15 – 21 were 14, 14, 15, 28, 12, 11, and 11, with a mean of 15. The 10.7-centimeter flux was 73.8, 75.3, 73.1, 75.9, 74.8, 74.7, and 73.7, with a mean of 74.5. Estimated planetary A indices were 3, 4, 5, 3, 6, 4, and 10, with a mean of 5. Middle latitude A index was 2, 4, 5, 3, 5, 3, and 7, with a mean of 4.1.

For more information concerning radio propagation, visit the ARRL Technical Information Service, read “What the Numbers Mean…,” and check out K9LA’s Propagation Page.

A propagation bulletin archive is available. For customizable propagation charts, visit the VOACAP Online for Ham Radio website.

Instructions for starting or ending email distribution of ARRL bulletins are on the ARRL website.

Share your reports and observations.

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Bye Bye to AIR Jaipur on SW

Last day observations
23 Oct 2020 Friday

Morning transmission :
4910 kHz noted sign off at 0427 UTC (9.57 am IST)

Afternoon transmission :
7325 khz noted sign off at 0941 UTC (3.11 pm IST)

Announcements about ending of SW transmissions by them where heard many times.
(Did not hear such announcements on other closed down AIR SW stations)

--

Jose Jacob, VU2JOS

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AMIGOS DE LA ONDA CORTA DE RADIO EXTERIOR DE ESPAÑA. Programas del 22 de Octubre 2020

AMIGOS DE LA ONDA CORTA DE RADIO EXTERIOR DE ESPAÑA

Programas del 22 de Octubre 2020

Amigos de la Onda Corta es un programa de Radio Exterior de España dedicado a las telecomunicaciones y a los oyentes de emisoras de Onda Corta (SW) que tienen como pasatiempo o dedicación especial la captación de las señales de las emisoras extranjeras y el envío de controles de escucha. El desarrollo de las Tecnologías de la Información y de la Comunicación.

Es un programa semanal, que dirige y presenta Antonio Buitrago.

En el programa de hoy:

MUJERES EN LAS ONDAS
En el Museo de Historia de Catalunya, en Barcelona, desde el 22 de octubre de 2020 hasta el 21 de febrero de 2021, se puede ver la muestra titulada Dones a les ones (Mujeres en las ondas). Pretende destacar la contribución de las mujeres en la Radio y en concreto en Cataluña, a través de casi un siglo. La exposición es un recorrido que comienza con los inicios de la radio hasta nuestros días.

La muestra recupera los nombres, la huella y las voces de muchas mujeres gracias al Banc de veus (Banco de voces). Hablamos con la responsable de Dones a les ones, Elvira Altés, periodista, profesora de periodismo, historiadora e investigadora especializada en comunicación y género.

Desde “PROGRAMAS DX” en cualquier día y hora
http://programasdx.com/amigosdelaondacorta.htm

Amigos de la Onda Corta “A la Carta”:
http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/amigos-de-la-onda-corta/

Página de Radio Exterior de España:
http://www.rtve.es/radio/radio-exterior/

Horarios y frecuencias en Onda Corta
http://www.rtve.es/radio/20190401/radio-exterior-espana-emisiones-onda-corta/1980950.shtml

Otros espacios diexistas en español en:
http://programasdx.com/

Programas DX en facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/programasdx

Programas DX en twitter:
https://twitter.com/programasdx

Cordiales 73
Programas DX

SAQ Grimeton Transmission on October 24th, 2020

On United Nations Day, October 24th, 2020, the SAQ transmitter in Grimeton will again send out a message to the whole world on 17.2 kHz CW.

Programme:
On air & YouTube Live Stream
16:30 (14:30 UTC): Startup and tuning of the Alexanderson Alternator SAQ.
17:00 (15:00 UTC): Transmission of a message from SAQ.

We are proud to announce that this year’s message has been composed by Anders Tegnell – Chief Epidemiologist Public Health Agency of Sweden.

Only on YouTube Live Stream
17:20 (15:20 UTC): Live music concert from the transmitter hall.
Anna Louise Ekman www.annalouiseekman.se will perform Swedish and Italian songs, accompanied by a pianist.

The entire transmission event and the following concert can be seen live at our YouTube Channel starting at 16:30 (15:30 UTC).

QSL Reports to SAQ
QSL reports to SAQ are very welcome and appreciated. This time we will only accept reports via our ONLINE FORM (click link to enter your report).
The online form will be open from October 24th until November 6th.
We have no possibility to confirm reports received by Email / mail / bureau.

Amateur Radio Station SK6SAQ
The Amateur Radio Station with the call “SK6SAQ” will be QRV on the following frequencies:
– 7.035 kHz CW or
– 14.035 kHz CW or
– 3.755 kHz SSB

QSL-reports to SK6SAQ are kindly received via:
– Email to info@alexander.n.se
– or via: SM bureau
– or direct by postal mail (see address above)Two stations will be on the air most of the time.

Due to the Corona pandemic, there will be no visitors to the transmission hall at the radio station during the transmission. The association will try to carry out the transmission to the world from the old Alexanderson alternator SAQ with minimal staff in place.

World Heritage Grimeton Radio station and The Alexander Association

For further details, se grimeton.org or alexander.n.se

*The world heritage site Grimeton is a living cultural heritage. All transmissions with the long-wave transmitter SAQ are therefore preliminary and may be cancelled at short notice.

Taiwan: rebroadcasts of RFI programms halt over alleged "pro China" stance.

Taiwan’s National Education Radio has decided to stop domestic rebroadcasts of Radio France Internationale’s programs. That’s after receiving listener complaints that the station’s news programs repeated Chinese talking points that praised Beijing, belittled Taiwan, and criticized the US.

National Education Radio had rebroadcast Radio France Internationale’s French and Chinese programs for Taiwanese audiences during two daily time slots under an agreement arranged by RTI.

During a meeting of the Legislature’s culture and education committee Wednesday, KMT lawmakers said that the education ministry should investigate whether the listener complaints were justified or not. They also expressed concern about what pulling the plug of the rebroadcasts might mean for freedom of speech and the press in Taiwan.

During the meeting, Education Minister Pan Wen-chung said that the rebroadcasting agreement had been intended to foster exchanges with France. Pan said the programs originally rebroadcast were mainly focused on educational and cultural topics. However, Pan said that RTI and National Education Radio have decided to temporarily stop the rebroadcasts, since the content of the re-broadcasted programs had begun to deviate from these non-political topics.

Pan said that he had not personally listened to the rebroadcast programs. He also said that the education ministry had not been informed about the decision to halt rebroadcasts until RTI and National Education Radio had already decided to do so among themselves. However, he said that the education ministry supports the decision.

Glenn Hauser logs October 22-23, 2020

** COLOMBIA. 4940, Oct 22 at 0222, anonymous mystery missionary station with gospel huxter in Spanish, S8/9+10 into Bonaire SDR (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 4747 approx., Oct 22 at 0222, spurblob of distorted talk out of 4765 R. Progreso, not to be confused with a genuine Peruvian, Radio Huanta 2000 which has been on 4764 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 2057)

** CUBA [non]. 7340-7345-7350, Oct 22 at 0146, no DRM signal into TWR Key West SDR, from Radio Marti, canceled? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 2057)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 2056 monitoring: confirmed Wednesday October
21 from 2100:23 on WBCQ 7490v, fair S4-S8.

Also confirmed Wed Oct 21 at 2200 on WRMI 9955, S9/+15 over pulse jamming; same at 2227.

Also confirmed UT Thu Oct 22 at 0100 on WRMI 7780, S9+10 at Maine SDR, but no signal into UTwente.

WOR 2057 is available as of 0210 UT Friday October 23
(mp3 stream)    http://www.w4uvh.net/wor2057.m3u
(mp3 download)  http://www.w4uvh.net/wor2057.mp3

Or via http://www.worldofradio.com/audiomid.html
Also linx to podcast services.

WORLD OF RADIO 2057 contents: Antarctica, Armenia, Australia, Bolivia, Bougainville, Brasil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Cuba and non, Ethiopia non, Europe, France, India, Iran, Korea South and North, Madagascar, Netherlands, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Perú, Romania, Sa`udi Arabia, Spain, Sudan non, Sudan South non, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, USA, Vanuatu, Vatican, Venezuela, Vietnam; no tabletop receivers; and the propagation outlook

The shortwave broadcasts should be:

0130 UT Friday    WRMI 5850 to NW & 5010 to S
0130 UT Saturday  WRMI 7780 to NE
1130 UT Saturday  WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE
1300 UT Saturday  WRMI 15770 to NE
1930vUT Saturday  WA0RCR 1860-AM
2300 UT Saturday  WRMI 7780 to NE
0300vUT Sunday    WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315; as late as 0400]
0030 UT Monday    WRMI 7730 to WNW
0130 UT Monday    WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday    WRMI 7780 to NE, 5800 to SSE
0300vUT Monday    WBCQ 6160v Area 61 to WSW
0330 UT Monday    WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE
1800vUT Monday    IRRS 7290 Bulgaria to WNW, 594-Italy
0100 UT Tuesday   WRMI 7780 to NE
0330 UT Tuesday   WRMI 5800 to SSE
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
2200 UT Wednesday WRMI 9955 to SSE  [NEW]
0100 UT Thursday  WRMI 7780 to NE

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts: http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

Contributions to support these non-commercial services may be sent via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com - not necessarily in US funds

One may also contribute via money order or check in US funds on a US bank to Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702

First broadcasts confirmed UT Friday October 23 at 0130 on WRMI 5850 VG to the NW, and 5010 VG to the south (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 9455 & 9395, Oct 22 at 0240, NO WRMI signals into TWR Bonaire altho aimed oppositewards, while 9955 is but a JBA carrier; low MUF? 9395 has been reported off the air (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 7505, Oct 22 at 0223, WRNO is on, fair (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** VENEZUELA. 6906v, Oct 22 at 0222, no signal from ROCV into Bonaire SDR (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Pacific JBA MW carrier search, October 22 at 1155-1203 UT, as I am rarely awake before sunrise here, while westcoasters have been reporting superb East Asian DX. 558, 567(2), 693, 702(2), 738(2), 747(2), 774, 819(2), 828, 846(2); 972(*strongest with some music at 1159, no timesignal at 1200 = South Korea); 1044, 1098, 1107, 1206-(off-frequency: mwoffsets shows 1205.96 Yanbian RGD Korean News General (Yanji/Longjing), China), 1611 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 0246 UT October 23

Agenda DX 23/10/2020

ANNIVERSARIO EMITTENTI
Classic Gold, Gran Bretagna 774 Khz (1980)
Radio Presidencia Roque Sàenz Pena, Argentina (1952)
Radio Santa Cruz, Bolivia 6135 Khz (1983)
Radio Chajari, Argentina 940 Khz (1983)
Radio El Sol de los Andes, Perù 3230 Khz (1962)

giovedì 22 ottobre 2020

Special Broadcasts of VORW Radio International this Saturday!

Hello shortwave listeners!
 
This Saturday (10/24) there will be two special broadcasts of VORW Radio International targeting listeners in Europe and North America. They will be broadcast from WWCR in Nashville, Tennessee with a power of 100 kW each.
 
Each broadcast will be 1 Hour in length and will feature music (1960s – Present) and commentary, overall I hope for it to be an enjoyable show!
 
Here is the broadcast schedule:
 
Saturday October 24th at 1100 UTC – 15825 kHz – WWCR 100 kW – To Europe & Eastern North America
 
Saturday October 24th at 1900 UTC – 13845 kHz – WWCR 100 kW – To Europe & North America
 
Reception reports may be sent to vorwinfo@gmail.com
 
I know propagation isn't the best right now but it'll be interesting to see where these broadcasts manage to reach!
 
If you tune in I hope you enjoy the show!

John (VORW Radio International)

Wednesday 28th October last LRA 36 program "Corazón Antártico" of year 2020

ANTARCTICA  15476 USB, LRA 36, Base Esperanza, 1400-1600, 28-10, last transmission of the year 2020.
Email address for reception reports: tranalra36@radionacional.gov.ar

Manuen Méndez
Lugo, Spain

B20 schedule: NHK Radio Japan

JAPAN   [AFGHANISTAN/AUSTRIA/BANGLADESH/FRANCE/GERMANY/INDIA/INDONESIA/
IRAQ/KURDISTAN/LITHUANIA/MADAGASCAR/MYANMAR/PALESTINE/
{RUSSIA - Moscow temporary suspended ! } /SINGAPORE/TAJIKISTAN/TANZANIA/
THAILAND/U.A.E./USA/UZBEKISTAN/VATICAN STATE/WEST BANK]

NHK World - Radio Japan Tokyo  -  October 25, 2020 - March 28, 2021.
B-20 northern summer season file, according NHK World Radio Japan PDF.file


at present all PDF http access files contain old A-20 summer schedule.

Foreign language and Japanese Services

Arabic
0600-0630 ME/NoAF   6165iss
2000-2030 ME FM via Radio Dijla, Baghdad-IRQ 88.3, Suleymania 93.0,
         Basra 88.5, Kirkuk Erbil 95.7, Mosul 93.1 MHz in Iraq on FM.
2100-2130 ME FM via All For Peace Radio Ramallah 87.8 MHz,
         FM via Reehan FM, Jerico 95.6 MHz, in Palestine on FM.

for details please access URL


Bengali
1300-1345 SoWeAS  11685sng
1500-1545 SoWeAS  FM via Bangladesh Betar, Dhaka 104.0, Chittagong 88.8,
         Comilla 101.2, Khulna 88.8, Rajshahi 88.8, Rangpur 105.6,
         Sylhet 105.2 MHz in Bangladesh on FM.



Burmese
1030-1100 SoEaAS  11740sng
1430-1500 SoEaAS  11740sng

Via MRTV Myanmar Radio Yangon Yaegu, Myanmar.
1445-1505 Wed/Sat only !
         SoEaAS  SW 5985 MW 576 Myanma Radio, Yangon Yaegu
         SoEaAS  MW  594 Myanma Radio, Nay Pyi Taw
2340-2400 SoEaAS  13650yam




Chinese
0400-0430 AS 11825yam
1130-1200 AS  6090yam
1230-1300 AS  6190yam
1330-1400 AS  6190yam
1430-1500 AS  6190yam
2230-2250 AS  9560yam



English
Mon - Fri 0430-0500 UT. Sat/Sun 0500-0530 UT.
EUR            6155mos-AUT
AF/WeAF        7245smg-VAT
AF/EaAF/SoAF   7445iss-F__

1100-1130 SoEaAS   11825sng-SNG

1400-1430 SoWeAS    6165tac-UZB
1400-1430 SoEaAS   11925uae-UAE

Via MRTV Myanmar Radio Yangon Yaegu, Myanmar.
1540-1600          Thurs and Fris
         SoWeAS   SW 5985 MW 576 Myanma Radio, Yangon Yaegu
         SoWeAS   MW  594 Myanma Radio, Nay Pyi Taw







French
0530-0600 WeAF      7450iss
0530-0600 CeAF     13840mdg
2030-2100 WeAF      9855mdg



Hindi
1830-1900 SoWeAS   FM via Big FM. 92.7 MHz New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata,
                  Bangalore, Hyderabad.
0059-0120 SoWeAS    6155tac
1430-1500 SoWeAS   15720mdg
1530-1600 SoWeAS    7565tac



Indonesian
1115-1145(!) SoEaAS   17830uae

1405-1435 SoEaAS FM Elshinta
         Jakarta 90.0, Bandung 89.3, Tegal 99.0, Surabaya 97.6,
         Medan 93.2, Semarang 91.0, Lampung 99.6, Sekayu 103.7,
         Palembang 96.7 MHz.

1315-1345(!) SoEaAS   11925uae

1400-1430 SoEaAS FM Indonesia
         90.9 MHz FM Ambom - Duta, 106.0 Banda Aceh - Nikoya,
         105.5 Bandung - Garuda, 91.7 Bandar Lampung - R.Heartline,
         88.5 Banjarmasin - Chandra, 106.9 Bantul - Global,
         103.1 Banyuwangi - GBS FM, 102.3 Batam - Kei FM,
         105.9 Bengkulu - Flamboyan, 103.6 Biak - Perkasa,
         102.6 Cirebon - Maritim, 96.5 Denpasar - Global FM Bali,
         new 96.0 Jambi - Manggis FM, 93.0 Kediri - Jayabaya FM,
         103.5 Kupang - DMWS, 103.5 Makassar - SP FM,
         104.1 Malang - Senaputra, 96.9 Manado - Citra FM,
         96.7 Mataram - Global FM Lombok, 102.6 Medan - Alnora FM,
         92.1 Mojokerto - Satriya FM, 102.6 Padang - Padang FM,
         101.8 Palangkaraya - RCA, 103.4 Palembang - LCBS,
         101.0 Palu - Nebula, new 102.6 Pekanbaru - Radio El John,
         95.9 Pontianak - DIA 96 FM, 105.1 Samarinda - Gema Nirwana,
         106.8 Semarang - Thomson, 98.1 Serang - Harmony,
         103.8 Surabaya - Prima Radio, 107.3 Surakarta Solo - Karavan,
         94.6 Tasikmalaya - Style Radio, 106.2 Tarakan - Grass,
         107.2 Yogyakarta - KR, 92.5 Muaro Jambi, 93.9 Maros - ZIP,
         94.6 Aceh Tenggara - Lauser, 101.2 Pematangsintar - Cek Radio,
         96.9 Waingapu - Max, 98.8 FM Wonosobo - Citra,
         94.3 MHz  Solo - Radio Immanuel.
         MW 1170 kHz Simalungun - Radio Rasita.

2130-2200 SoEaAS    6075yam




Japanese
0200-0300 AS FE     11790yam
0200-0500 AS        15195yam
0700-0800 AS        11825yam
0800-1600 AS         9750yam
2100-2400 AS        11910yam

2000-2100 OCE/Hawaii 9625yam

0200-0500 SoEaAS    17810yam
0700-1000 SoEaAS    15280yam
1000-1500 SoEaAS    11815yam
2100-2300 SoEaAS    11630yam

0200-0400 SoWeAS    15325yam
1300-1400 SoWeAS     9795yam
1500-1700 AF/SoWeAS/SoAS  9680yam

0800-1000 SoWeEUR/WeAF    15290iss
1700-1900 SoEUR/ceAF/soAF 11945iss
1900-2100 CeAF            15130iss

0300-0500 SoEaEUR/NE/ME/NoEaAF  7265nau
1700-1900 SoEaEUR/NE/ME/NoEaAF  9765nau
1900-2100 CeAS/ME/NE/NoAF       9895yam

0200-0400 SoAM       6105iss
0700-0900 SoAM       7445yam




Korean
0415-0445 AS 11895yam
1100-1130 AS  6090yam
1200-1230 AS  6090yam
1300-1330 AS  6190yam
1400-1430 AS  6190yam
2209-2230 AS  9560yam



Persian
0400-0430 ME  9855tac
1430-1500 ME 13725iss
            FM Radio Killid in Kabul / Herat 88.0 MHz
1630-1700 ME MW927tjk




Portuguese
0900-0930 SoAM  6195hri



Russian
0330-0400 EU     {MW 738msk - temporary suspended ! }
                 MW1386lit
0430-0500 EU       6165nau
0530-0600 EaAS FE 11790yam
1100-1130 EaAS FE  5985yam
1600-1630 EU     {MW 738msk - temporary suspended ! }
                 MW 927tjk
1730-1800 EU      MW1386lit




Spanish
0400-0430 SoAM     6195hri
0400-0430 CeSoAM   5985rmi
0930-1000 SoAM     6195hri




Swahili
0330-0400 EaAF   9560mdg   94.1 MHz Radio Uhai, Tabora, Tanzania
1730-1800 EaAF  13730mdg
               92.5 MHz Tanzania (FM), Hits FM - Zanzibar.

1730-1800 EaAF  TZA  TBC FM
         89.9 Arusha - Themi, 89.9 Babati, 90.0 Dar es Salaam,
         89.7 Dodoma - Imagi, 89.7 Geita, 89.7 Iringa,
         89.7 Kagera - Kiziru, 98.9 Kibondo, 89.7 Kigoma,
         89.9 Lindi - Kipehe, 89.9 Lushoto, 105.9 Masasi Town,
         89.7 Mara - Mkendo, 92.5 Mbambabay, 
         new 89.7 Mbeya - Kawetere, 89.9 Morogoro, 90.0 Moshi,
         89.7 Mpanda - Katavi, 89.7 Mtwara, 90.0 Mwanza - Nyashana,
         89.7 Nachingwea, 91.3 Arusha - Namanga, 97.4 Newala,
         90.0 Kilimanjaro - Rombo Tarakea, 89.9 Shinyanga, 89.9 Singida,
         90.0 Songea, 89.7 S/wanga, 89.7 Tabora - Kazeh,
         89.7 Tanga-Mnyusi, 90.1 Mara - Tarime, 89.9 Tunduru.



Thai
0200-0230 SoEaAS 107.25 MHz FM  Naresuan University Radio Phitsanulok
1130-1200 SoEaAS 11740sng
1230-1300 SoEaAs 11740sng
1230-1300 SoEaAS Mon - Fri
                MW Thammasat University Radio, Bangkok MW 981 kHz
                FM Mahasarakham University, Maha Sarakham
                102.25 MHz
1230-1300 SoEaAS FM Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen 103.0 MHz
1230-1300 SoEaAS FM Maejo University, Chiang Mai     95.5 MHz
2259-2320 SoEaAS 13650yam



Urdu
1515-1545 SoWeAS  9580uae
1700-1730 SoWeAS MW927tjk



Vietnamese
1100-1130 SoEaAS 11740sng

1300-1315        Tues-Fris
1300-1320        Mon
1330-1345        Sat
1330-1350        Sun
         SoEaAS FM VoVTN Giao Thong
                91.0 MHz Hanoi, HCMC, Can Tho, Quang Binh.

2320-2340 SoEaAS 13650yam



SW / MW relays:
hri  HRI Furman-SC, South Carolina, USA
iss  TDF Issoudun, France
mdg  MDC MGLOB Talata Volonondry, Madagascar
mos  ORS Moosbrunn, Austria
msk  Moscow, Russia  {MW 738msk - temporary suspended ! }
nau  MBR Nauen, Germany
rmi  WRMI Okeechobee-FL, Florida USA
lit  RRT Lithuania
smg  Vatican Radio, Santa Maria di Galeria relay site, Vatican State.
sng  ENC Encompass Digital Media Services, Kranji, Singapore
tac  RRTM  RED  Telecom, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
tjk  Teleradiokom Dushanbe, Tajikistan
uae  ENC Encompass Digital Media Services, Al Dhabayya, UAE
yam  Ibaragi-Koga Yamata, Japan

MW/SW relay on MRTV Myanmar Radio, Yangon Yaegu and Nay Pyi Taw sites;
FM/MW relay in Thailand;
and FM relays in Palestine West Bank, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India,
Indonesia, Iraq, Tanzania, and Vietnam.

at present contain old A-20 schedule


(PDF.file format transformed by wb at wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21, 2020)

NHK World - Radio Japan Tokyo  -  October 25, 2020 - March 28, 2021.
language sorted SW fq list. Also some reserve tentat. wooden requests seen
6165 0600 0630 37-39         ISS 500 140  0 146 Ara F   NHK
11685 1300 1345 41            SNG 250 330 15 147 Ben SNG NHK
11685 1300 1345 41NE          SNG 250 330 15 147 Ben SNG ENC
6155 0430 0500 27SE,28SW     MOS 300 0    0 926 Eng AUT NHK
6155 0500 0530 27SE,28SW     MOS 300 0    0 926 Eng AUT NHK
6165 1400 1430 41            TAC 100 163  0 896 Eng UZB ENC
6165 1400 1430 41            TAC 100 163  0 896 Eng UZB NHK
7245 0430 0500 46            SMG 250 175  0 156 Eng CVA NHK
7245 0500 0530 46            SMG 250 175  0 156 Eng CVA NHK
7445 0430 0500 53,57         ISS 500 155  0 216 Eng F   NHK
7445 0500 0530 53,57         ISS 500 155  0 216 Eng F   NHK
11825 1100 1130 49,50,54      SNG 250 0   20 147 Eng SNG NHK
11825 1100 1130 49,50,54      SNG 250 0   20 147 Eng SNG ENC
11925 1400 1430 49,50,54      DHA 250 90   0 218 Eng UAE NHK
11925 1400 1430 49,50,54      DHA 250 90   0 218 Eng UAE ENC
9855 0400 0430 40            TAC 100 236  0 218 Fas UZB ENC
9855 0400 0430 40            TAC 100 236  0 218 Fas UZB NHK
13725 1430 1500 40            ISS 500 90   0 211 Fas F   NHK
7450 0530 0600 37,46,47      ISS 500 190  0 157 Fra F   NHK
9855 2030 2100 37,46,47,52   MDC 250 305-15 159 Fra MDG NHK
13840 0530 0600 37,47,52      MDC 250 295 15 158 Fra MDG NHK
6155 0059 0120 41            TAC 100 163  0 896 Hin UZB NHK
6155 0059 0120 41            TAC 100 163  0 896 Hin UZB ENC
7565 1530 1600 41            TAC 100 163  0 896 Hin UZB NHK
7565 1530 1600 41            TAC 100 163  0 896 Hin UZB ENC
15720 1430 1500 41            MDC 250 35 -15 158 Hin MDG NHK
6075 2130 2200 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Ind J   NHK
11925 1315 1345 51W,54        DHA 250 105 15 218 Ind UAE ENC
11925 1315 1345 54            DHA 250 105  0 218 Ind UAE NHK
17830 1115 1145 54            DHA 250 105  0 218 Ind UAE NHK
17830 1115 1145 51W,54        DHA 250 105 15 218 Ind UAE ENC
6105 0200 0400 10,11         ISS 500 290  0 216 Jpn F   NHK
7225 1900 2100 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
7265 0300 0500 38-40         NAU 250 140  0 216 Jpn D   NHK
7445 0700 0900 14,16         YAM 300 85  30 208 Jpn J   NHK
9450 1400 1500 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9450 1500 1600 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9480 1800 2000 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9490 1700 1900 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
9625 2000 2100 51,55,56,59,60YAM 300 175  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9670 2100 2200 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9680 1200 1300 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9680 1400 1500 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9680 1500 1700 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9680 1700 1800 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9700 0500 0800 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9700 0800 0900 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9700 2200 0100 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9740 0900 1200 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9740 1200 1400 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9750 0800 1500 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
9750 1500 1600 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
9750 1600 1700 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
9760 0815 0845 44            YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
9765 1700 1900 38-40         NAU 250 140  0 216 Jpn D   NHK
9795 1300 1400 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
9895 1900 2100 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11630 2100 2300 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11650 1600 1700 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11650 1700 1900 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11725 2000 2330 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11725 2330 0200 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11790 0200 0300 34            YAM 300 330 25 208 Jpn J   NHK
11815 1000 1500 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11815 1500 1700 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11825 0700 0800 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
11875 2300 2400 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
11910 0000 0100 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
11910 1900 2100 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
11910 2100 2400 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
11945 1700 1900 52,57         ISS 500 155  0 216 Jpn F   NHK
12020 1700 1900 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
15130 1900 2100 46-48,52,53   ISS 500 152  0 216 Jpn F   NHK
15195 0100 0200 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
15195 0200 0500 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
15195 0500 0700 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Jpn J   NHK
15280 0700 1000 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
15290 0800 1000 46,47         ISS 500 190  0 157 Jpn F   NHK
15325 0200 0400 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
15325 0900 1000 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
15590 0400 0900 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
15590 1000 1200 41            YAM 300 270  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
17560 0100 0500 29,38-40      YAM 300 305  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
17585 0500 0700 49,50,54      YAM 300 240  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
17810 0000 0100 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
17810 0100 0200 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
17810 0200 0500 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Jpn J   NHK
6090 1100 1130 44            YAM 300 290  0 146 Kor J   NHK
6090 1200 1230 44            YAM 300 290  0 146 Kor J   NHK
6190 1300 1330 44            YAM 300 290  0 146 Kor J   NHK
6190 1400 1430 44            YAM 300 290  0 146 Kor J   NHK
9560 2200 2230 44            YAM 300 290  0 146 Kor J   NHK
11895 0415 0445 44            YAM 300 290  0 146 Kor J   NHK
11740 1030 1100 49            SNG 250 340  0 145 Mya SNG NHK
11740 1030 1100 49NW          SNG 250 340  0 145 Mya SNG ENC
11740 1430 1500 49NW          SNG 250 340  0 145 Mya SNG ENC
11740 1430 1500 49,50,54      SNG 250 340  0 145 Mya SNG NHK
13650 2340 2400 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Mya J   NHK
6195 0900 0930 14-16         HRI 250 152  0 218 Por USA FCC
6195 0900 0930 12,13,15      HRI 250 152  0 218 Por USA NHK
6195 0900 0930 14,15,16      HRI 250 152  0 218 Por USA ENC
5985 1100 1130 23,24,33      YAM 300 330 25 208 Rus J   NHK
6165 0430 0500 27,28         NAU 125 85   0 146 Rus D   NHK
11790 0530 0600 23,24,33      YAM 300 330 25 208 Rus J   NHK
5985 0400 0430 10-12         RMI 100 222  0 805 Spa USA NHK
6195 0400 0430 14,15,16      HRI 250 167 15 218 Spa USA ENC
6195 0400 0430 12,14         HRI 250 167  0 218 Spa USA NHK
6195 0400 0430 14-16         HRI 250 167 15 218 Spa USA FCC
6195 0930 1000 14,15,16      HRI 250 167 15 218 Spa USA ENC
6195 0930 1000 14-16         HRI 250 167 15 218 Spa USA FCC
6195 0930 1000 12,14         HRI 250 167  0 218 Spa USA NHK
9560 0330 0400 48,53         MDC 250 320  0 158 Swa MDG NHK
13730 1730 1800 48,53         MDC 250 340-10 157 Swa MDG NHK
11740 1130 1200 49            SNG 250 0   20 147 Taw SNG NHK
11740 1230 1300 49            SNG 250 0   20 147 Taw SNG NHK
11740 1130 1200 49            SNG 250 0   20 147 Tha SNG ENC
11740 1230 1300 49            SNG 250 0   20 147 Tha SNG ENC
13650 2255 2320 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Tha J   NHK
9580 1515 1545 41N           DHA 250 60   0 146 Urd UAE ENC
9580 1515 1545 41NW          DHA 250 60   0 146 Urd UAE NHK
11740 1100 1130 49            SNG 250 0    0 147 Vie SNG NHK
11740 1100 1130 49E           SNG 250 0   20 147 Vie SNG ENC
13650 2320 2340 49,50,54      YAM 300 235  0 208 Vie J   NHK
6090 1130 1200 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Zho J   NHK
6190 1230 1300 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Zho J   NHK
6190 1330 1400 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Zho J   NHK
6190 1430 1500 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Zho J   NHK
9560 2230 2250 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Zho J   NHK
11825 0400 0430 43,44         YAM 300 290  0 146 Zho J   NHK

(via Wolfgang Bueschel)

Encore - Classical Music on Radio Tumbril - Some broadcast time changes

Regular Broadcast times of Encore are:
10:00 - 11:00 UTC Saturday 6070 kHz Channel 292 to Europe - Simulcast on 9670 kHz
Repeated:
01:00 - 02:00 UTC Sunday 5850 kHz, Simulcast on 5010 kHz WRMI to the US, Canada and Central America.
17:00 – 18:00 UTC Sunday 9670 kHz Channel 292 to Europe
22:00 - 23:00 UTC Sunday 3955 kHz Channel 292 to Europe
02:00 – 03:00 UTC Monday 9455 kHz WRMI to the US and Canada
13:00 - 14:00 UTC Tuesday 15770 kHz WRMI to Europe, east coast of US and Iceland.
03:00 - 04:00 UTC Thursday 5800 kHz WRMI to South America and Caribbean.
13:00 - 14:00 UTC Thursday 15770 kHz WRMI to Europe, east coast of US and Iceland.
20:00 – 21:00 UTC Friday 6070 kHz Channel 292 to Europe (Beginning 30th Oct.)
 
Our email is  encoretumbril@gmail.com. Informal reception reports as well as those requesting eQSL welcome.
The website is www.tumbril.co.uk where we show transmission times and frequencies, the playlist for the most recent programme, more information about Radio Tumbril, and the email link.
 
This week's programme starts with an operatic overture by Salieri followed by a haunting piece for piano and cello by Fauré. Then we have something for the cello and Guitar by Villa-Lobos, a song from Mozart's The Magic Flute, and the Hungarian Rhapsody by Liszt.
The programme finishes with an aria from Madame Butterfly, the Sanctus from Fauré's Requiem and part of Sheherazade by Rimski-Korsakov.
 
Channel 292 can be pulled live off the internet if the reception is poor in your location. Easy to find their site with a google search.
A very good site for online SDR receivers all over the world is: http://kiwisdr.com/public/  Click the 'Map' button in the top left of the screen.
 
Thank you for spreading the word about Encore - Classical Music on Shortwave on Radio Tumbril.
 
Brice Avery - Encore - Radio Tumbril - Scotland
 
www.tumbril.co.uk

Media & Tech - 22/10/2020

B-20 of Scandinavian Weekend Radio, Marconi Radio International, Brazilian Radio Onda ASBL and Voice of Korea on 6170 kHz

FINLAND   Winter B-20 sked of Scandinavian Weekend Radio
Monthly broadcast 1st Saturday 0000-2400 Finnish time or
from 2200UT Friday to 2200UT Saturday. Live broadcast in
Finnish 0800-2200UT Saturday+live stream: Radioverkko.fi
2200-1600 on  6170 VIR 0.1 kW / non-dir to WeEu Finn/Eng
2200-1600 on 11690 VIR 0.1 kW / non-dir to WeEu Finn/Eng
1600-2200 on  5980 VIR 0.1 kW / non-dir to WeEu Finn/Eng
1600-2200 on 11720 VIR 0.1 kW / non-dir to WeEu Finn/Eng

ITALY   Test transmissions of Marconi Radio International on October 24/October 25:
0500-0600 on  6170 unknown kW / unknown to CeEu English/Italian USB mode October 24
0600-0730 on  6170 unknown kW / unknown to CeEu English/Italian USB mode October 25
The frequency will be 6170 kHz USB mode or alternative frequency 6190 kHz USB mode.

KOREA D.P.R.   Winter B-20 shortwave schedule of Voice of Korea on 6170 kHz
1400-2050 on  6170 KUJ 200 kW / 325 deg to WeEu Rus/Rus/Ger/Rus/Ger/Ger/Kor

NETHERLANDS   B-20 of Brazilian Radio Onda ASBL via Margraten
0000-2400 on  6170 MRT 001 kW / non-dir to WeEu Portuguese


--

73! Ivo Ivanov


More information on the shortwave listening hobby,
please visit to http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria
Receiver: Afedri SDR
Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection)
Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas.

QTH-2: Sofia OK2, Bulgaria
Receiver: Sony ICF-2001D
Antenna: 30 m. long wire

B-20 of NEXUS IRRS Oromia National Media Special COVID-19 prgr, UPDATED

SECRETLAND(non)   B-20 of NEXUS Oromia National Media Special COVID-19 prgr, UPDATED
1630-1730 on 11990 SCB 050 kW / 195 deg to EaAf Afan Oromo Mon/Wed/Sat, NOT ON 11965

--

73! Ivo Ivanov

More information on the shortwave listening hobby,
please visit to http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria
Receiver: Afedri SDR
Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection)
Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas.

QTH-2: Sofia OK2, Bulgaria
Receiver: Sony ICF-2001D
Antenna: 30 m. long wire

Radio Classic Sunday will be on air October 25, 1800-2100 UTC

NETHERLANDS, 3920, according with its website, Radio Classic Sunday will be on air October 25, 1800-2100 UTC:

"On October 25 we will start with a 3 hour program from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM at 3920 Khz (dutch time).
If you want to receive a newsletter with the latest news, you can subscribe to the newsletter and we will keep you informed. If you have already received a newsletter, you do not have to register yourself again."

"QSL reports can be submitted only through the link on the right.
Submission is possible up to a day after broadcast and closes at 19:00 on Monday evening."

https://www.radioclassicsunday.com

Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

FTIOM & UBMP, del 25 al 31 de octubre

From the Isle of Music, del 25 al 31 de octubre:
1a parte de 2 partes: invitado especial Zenovio Hernández Pavón, prolífico investigador, autor, historiador y productor en la radio en Holguín, nos ayuda a explorar la importante y distintiva cultura musical de Holguín con varios ejemplos.
Las emisiónes tienen lugar:
1. Para Europa oriental pero audible más allá de la zona objetiva en todas las direcciones con 100Kw, domingo 1500-1600 TUC en SpaceLine,
2. Para las Américas y partes de Europa, martes 0000-0100 TUC en WBCQ, 7490 kHz desde Monticello, ME, EE.UU. (lunes 8-9PM EDT en EE.UU.)
3 y 4. Para Europa y a veces más allá, martes 1900-2000 TUC y sábado 1300-1400 (NUEVO TUC) en Channel 292, 6070 KHz desde Rohrbach, Alemania.
La página Facebook del programa es https://www.facebook.com/fromtheisleofmusic/
Nuestra página en V-Kontakte es  https://vk.com/fromtheisleofmusic
Nuestra página en Patreon es https://www.patreon.com/tilford

Uncle Bill's Melting Pot, el 25,  27 y 31 de octubre:
El episodio 188 presenta una variedad de estilos musicales de Venezuela. Si nunca ha estado en Venezuela (tal vez incluso si lo ha hecho), algo de lo que escuchará lo sorprenderá.
Las emisiones tienen lugar:
1. Domingo 2200-2300 TUC (6:00 PM -7:00PM EDT) WBCQ The Planet 7490 kHz de EE. UU. a las Américas y partes de Europa
Si no tiene una radio que recibe onda corta o está fuera de rango, puede escuchar una transmisión en vivo desde el sitio web de WBCQ aquí:  http://169.61.85.22/wbcq1
2. Martes 2000-2100 TUC en  Channel 292, 6070 kHz desde Rohrbach, Alemania para Europa.
3. Sábado 0800-0900 TUC en  Channel 292, 9670 kHz desde Rohrbach, Alemania para Europa.
La página Facebook del programa es https://www.facebook.com/UncleBillsMeltingPot/
Nuestra página Facebook es https://www.facebook.com/UncleBillsMeltingPot/
Nuestra página en V-Kontakte es  https://vk.com/fromtheisleofmusic
La página en Patreon es https://www.patreon.com/tilford

AIR Jaipur - Last day on SW tomorrow 23 Oct 2020

All India Radio, Jaipur in Rajasthan is ending their SW transmissions tomorrow ie 23 Oct 2020 at 1751 UTC (11.21 pm IST)

Their schedule of the 50 kW tx  which was installed in 1992 is:

4910: 0025 0430,  1130-1751 UTC
7325: 0630-0930 UTC

Reception reports may be sent by email to
jaipur@@prasarbharati.gov.in     (Attention : Station Engineer)


Jose Jacob, VU2JOS
National Institute of Amateur Radio
Hyderabad, India
 
Mobile: +91 94416 96043

 www.qsl.net/vu2jos  

Agenda DX 22/10/2020

ANNIVERSARIO EMITTENTI
Radio Chilena, Cile 660 Khz (1922)
Radio Maranatha, Nicaragua 1440 Khz (1992)
Radio Lira International, Costarica 5030-9720 Khz (1986)
Radio Agricultura, Cile 9635 Khz (1936)

mercoledì 21 ottobre 2020

FTIOM & UBMP, October 25-31

From the Isle of Music, October 25-31:
Part 1 of 2 parts: Special guest Zenovio Hernández Pavón, a prolific researcher, author, historian and radio producer in Holguín, helps us explore Holguín's important and distinctive musical culture with several examples.
The broadcasts take place:
1. For Eastern Europe but audible well beyond the target area in most of the Eastern Hemisphere (including parts of East Asia and Oceania) with 100Kw, Sunday 1500-1600 UTC on SpaceLine, 9400 KHz, from Sofia, Bulgaria (1800-1900 MSK)
2. For the Americas and parts of Europe, Tuesday 0000-0100 on WBCQ, 7490 kHz from Monticello, ME, USA (Monday 8-9PM EDT in the US).
3 & 4. For Europe and sometimes beyond, Tuesday 1900-2000 UTC and Saturday 1300-1400  (NEW UTC) on Channel 292, 6070 kHz from Rohrbach, Germany.
Our Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/fromtheisleofmusic/
Our V-Kontakte page is https://vk.com/fromtheisleofmusic
Our Patreon page is https://www.patreon.com/tilford

Uncle Bill's Melting Pot, October 25, 27 and 31:
Episode 188 presents a variety of musical styles from Venezuela. If you have never been to Venezuela (maybe even if you have), some of what you will hear will surprise you.
The transmissions take place:
1.Sunday 2200-2300 (6:00PM -7:00PM EDT) on WBCQ The Planet 7490 kHz from the US to the Americas and parts of Europe
2. Tuesday 2000-2100 UTC on Channel 292, 6070 kHz from Rohrbach, Germany for Europe.
3. Saturday 0800-0900 UTC on Channel 292, 9670 kHz from Rohrbach, Germany for Europe.
Our Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/UncleBillsMeltingPot/
Our V-Kontakte page is https://vk.com/fromtheisleofmusic
Our Patreon page is https://www.patreon.com/tilford

Glenn Hauser logs October 21, 2020

** ANTARCTICA. 15475.98-RCUSB, Oct 21 at 1540 check, no signal of LRA36 into Brasil SDR, so apparently no Wednesday show this week, having specialized on Tuesday. Now for Saturday? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA [and non]. 13605, Oct 21 at 1655, Radio Martí is still on the air, altho hardly audible last night on, 7, 6 or 5 MHz channels. VG, and way above jamming now, if any; cannot really hear any nor on // 11860, 11930.

11930, Oct 21 at 1657, Radio Martí has more QRM from a second weaker broadcaster making a SAH of about 8 Hz, than from any jamming. This would be its only other competitor for 11930, Voice of TURKEY also in Spanish! at 1630-1728, 500 kW due west from Emirler, intended for España only. Furthermore, from it I hear a 5+1 timesignal at 1700, the last pip prolonged at same pitch, but not prepared to rate it vs WWV.

Has Cuban jamming been eliminated or reduced? At 2015 check, RM is still very strong on 11930, 11860, 9535; but a bit of jamming under is JBA during pauses. No RM DRM noise to be heard on 7340-7345-7450. Is that experiment over? As in a previous report, 7345 is still registered in B-20 but as analog, like many other HFCC errors(?) (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** MALI. 17880, Oct 21 at 1651, very slow Chinese at S7-S9; must be language lesson in CRI Arabic service concluding this hour via Bamako, 100 kW at 20 degrees (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2056 monitoring, next:
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
2200 UT Wednesday WRMI 9955 [jammed?] to SSE  [NEW]
0100 UT Thursday  WRMI 7780 to NE

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts: http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

Thanks for a contribution via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com - not necessarily in US funds, from Samuel Sánchez, who says, "So enjoy your podcasts. Again, many thanks for your exceptional journalism. It is can't-miss-listening for me each week``

One may also contribute via money order or check in US funds on a US bank to Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702

New WOR 2057 should be ready by early UT Fri Oct 23 for first broadcast at 0130 on WRMI 5850, 5010 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. Re: ``17775-, Oct 20 at 1410, zero signal from KVOH if on. If KVOH do make it to Caribbean, South America, these should squeeze:...`` --- Ray Robinson of KVOH replies:

``Hi, Glenn. KVOH was streaming only on Oct 20, and was off air on 17775 due to a staffing issue. Should be back tomorrow. Ray.``

Wolfgang Buschel replies: ``Checked on Oct 21 in 14-15 UT time range. Nothing observed in Perseus SDR rx Net here in Europe, in D__, SUI, AUT, HNG, U.K. countries - etc. Only:

17770.012 kHz nearby adjacent channel TURKEY TRT Emirler in Arabic, S=9+25dB in sidelobe into Germany, But in Cape Canaveral Florida SDR rx installation: USA {Alta California, former MEX}

17774.993 kHz KVOH Spanish program, some smooth canciones at 1446 UT on Oct 21. Each sideband strong 60 Hertz main power buzz string visible. But audio nicely listenable of approx. 9 kHz wide audio block.

At 15 UT, VoA Hausa via Santa Maria di Galeria - Vatican State, started at poor S=5 -97dBm level. 73 wolfie  df5sx wwdxc germany``

I am not sure what he means by the last item, which frequency? no such scheduling, only BBC Hausa via Ascension 17780 at 1400-1430 only.

17775-, Oct 21 at 1650, I do have KVOH in Spanish, only S6-S7 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

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John Oliver discusses the crucial role of the World Health Organization, why Donald Trump is skeptical of it, and how his plans to withdraw the United States could have dire consequences. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g0Jh4h5E1E (via gh)

This report dispatched at 2031 UT October 21

Media & Tech - 21/10/2020

Wolfgang Bueschel observations

Checked on Oct 21 in 14 -15 UT time range.

Nothing observed in Perseus SDR rx Net here in Europe,
in D__, SUI, AUT, HNG, U.K. countries - etc.

Only
17770.012 kHz nearby adjacent channel TURKEY  TRT  Emirler
in Arabic, S=9+25dB in sidelobe into Germany,

But in Cape Canaveral Florida SDR rx installation

USA  {Alta California, former MEX}  17774.993 kHz KVOH Spanish program,
some smooth canciones at 14.46 UT on Oct 21.
Each sideband strong 60 Hertz main power buzz string visible.
But audio nicely listenable of approx. 9 kHz wide audio block.


At 15 UTC VoA Hausa via Santa Maria di Galeria - Vatican State,
started at poor S=5 -97dBm level.

73 wolfie  df5sx
wwdxc germany

Radio lnconfidencia log

BRAZIL  15190.094 kHz at 14.16 UT on Oct 21 here in southern Germany SDR rx,
unstable fq wobbles up and down 2 - 3 Hertz.
Weak and tiny across Atlantic Ocean, S=2-3 -116dBm.
73 wb df5sx

B20 schedule: Radio New Zealand Pacific

NEW ZEALAND    B-20 schedule of Radio New Zealand RNZ Pacific:
AM mode Daily
1959-2258 on 13840 RAN 050 kW / 035 deg to All Pacific English
2259-0358 on 15720 RAN 050 kW / 035 deg to All Pacific English, ex 2259-0558
0359-0758 NF 13840 RAN 050 kW / 035 deg to All Pacific English, ex 11725 B19
0759-0958 NF 11725 RAN 050 kW / 035 deg to All Pacific English, ex  9765 B19
0959-1258 NF  9700 RAN 100 kW / 325 deg to NWPa/PNG/As English, ex  6115 B19
1259-1650 on  6115 RAN 050 kW / 035 deg to All Pacific English
AM mode Mon-Fri, ex Daily B19
0959-1258 NF  9700 RAN 100 kW / 325 deg to NWPa/PNG/As English, ex  6115 B19
AM mode Saturday
1651-1858 on  6115 RAN 050 kW / 035 deg to All Pacific English, ex 1651-1958
1859-1958 NF 11725 RAN 050 kW / 035 deg to All Pacific English, ex  6115 B19
DRM mode Sun-Fri
1651-1735 on  5975 RAN 035 kW / 035 deg to Tonga/Samoa English
1736-1835 on  7285 RAN 035 kW / 035 deg to Tonga/Samoa English
1836-1958 NF 11690 RAN 035 kW / 035 deg to Tonga/Samoa English, ex  9780 B19


--

73! Ivo Ivanov


More information on the shortwave listening hobby,
please visit to http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria
Receiver: Afedri SDR
Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection)
Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas.

QTH-2: Sofia OK2, Bulgaria
Receiver: Sony ICF-2001D
Antenna: 30 m. long wire

Stations heard in Friol

ALASKA, 9695, KNLS, Anchor Point, 0809-0828, 21-10, English, religious songs and comments. 15321.

ANTARCTICA, 15476, LRA 36, Radio Nacional Arcángel San Gabriel, Base Esperanza, *1305-1613* , 20-10, identification, program “Corazón Antártico”, females, comments about anniversary of the Station, greetings, “El día de la Antártida”, very weak, at times clear but at times inaudible, especially during the final part of the program. Strong fading. 15411.

BOLIVA, 3310, Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cotapachi, 0142-0147, 21-10, Quechua, comments. 15321.

BRAZIL
4885, Radio Clube do Pará, Belém, 0426-0620, 21-10, Portuguese, comments, relaying Radio Bandeirantes program “Você esta ouvindo… na Radio Bandeirantes...”. 25322.

6010, Radio Inconfidencia, Bello Horizonte, 0347-0359, 21-10, Brazilian songs. Very weak. 15311.

9550, Radio Boa Vontade, Porto Alegre, 2003-2010, 20-10, religious songs and comments. Strong QRM on 9555. 21421.

11780, Radio Nacional da Amazonia, Brazilia, 1959-2015, 20-10, id. “Radio Naciona da Amazonia”, Brazilian songs. 35433.

11815, Radio Brasil Central, Goiania, 1955-2010, 20-10, Portuguese, comments. 22422.
Also 0733-0755, 21-10, Brazilian songs. 15321.

15190.1, Radio Inconfidencia, Bello Horizonte, 1017-1035, 21-10, reactivated after months out of air, hear with comments in Portuguese, Brazilian songs and pop songs in English, identification at 1029: "Rede Inconfidencia de Radio", "A Radio Inconfidencia...", program "Em Boa Companhia". Strong fading. 25411.
Also 1320-1350, 21–10, Brazilian songs, Portuguese, comments, id. “Inconfidencia”. 15421.

CANADA, 6070, CFRX, Toronto, 0401-0435, 21-10, English, news, comments. 25322.

COLOMBIA?, 4940, religious station, 0405-0550, 21-10, Spanish, religious comments, at 0508: “Es la una y ocho minutos”, “Biblia, Lucas capítulo 10”, Colombian songs, at 0519, “Esta es su Historia Preferida, un saludo a todos… su Historia Preferida, ...San José, Costa Rica…, Cochabamba, Bolivia”. 25322.

CONGO, D. R., 6210.2, Radio Kahuzi, Bukavu, 1758-1617*, 20-10, only weak carrier detected.

ECUADOR, 6050, HCJB, Pichincha, checked at 0350, 13-10 and 21-10, when reception was usually good here but no audio and no carrier, this station seems to be out of air at this time.

ETHIOPIA
6090, Voice of Amhara State, Addis Ababa, 1640-1655, 20-10, Vernacular, comments. 35433.

6110, Radio Fana, Addis Ababa, 1645-1656, 20-10, East African songs, Vernacular, comments. 14321.

GERMANY, 4875, Radio Mystery21, 1830-1845, 20-10, pop songs, music, id. “This is Mystery21”.  35433.

GUATEMALA, 4055, Radio Verdad, Chiquimula, 0412-0530, 21-10, Spanish, religious comments, id. “Estación Evangélica Radio Verdad...”, music, English, religious songs. Clear signal, 25322 at first and later 35433.

INDIA
4910, AIR, Jaipur, 1638-1710, 20-10, Hindi songs. 15321.

5040, AIR, Jeypore, 1633-1650, 20-10, Hindi songs. 15321.

ITALY, 6170 USB, Marconi Radio International, 0455-0540 , 20-10, Italian, comments, at 0700 id. In Italian and English, “Marconi Radio International”, rock and pop songs, comments in English about the songs, id. "This is Marconi Radio International broadcasting from Italy....". 25422.

KYRGYZSTAN, 4010.2, Kirgyz Radio, Bishkek, 1745-1800*, 20-10, Kirgyz songs. Strong carrier but very weak audio. 15321.

LIBERIA, 6050, ELWA Radio, Monrovia, 0630-0650, 21-10, English, religious songs and comments. 15321.

MADAGASCAR, 5009.9, Radio Nasionaly Malagasy, Ambohidrano, 1748-1810, 20-10, songs, Vernacular, comments. 15321.

MEXICO, 6185, Radio Educación, Ciudad de México, 0631-0650, 21-10, classical music, identificación“Radio Educación está contigo… Ciudad de México, esta es Radio Educación, señal cultural de México”. 25322.

NETHERLANDS, 5940, Radio Onda, Borculo, 1815-1833, 20-10, Brazilian songs. 24422.

PERU, 4775, Radio Tarma, Tarma, 0138-0145, 21-10, Peruvian songs. 25322.

SUDAN
7205, Sudan Radio, Al Aitahab, 1620-1633, 20-10, Arabic, comments. 25322.

TANZANIA
6015, Zanzibar Broadcating Corporation, Dole, 0345-0410, 21-10, Swahili, comments, at 0400 interval signal, drums, time signals, news. 25322.

11735, Zanzibar Broadcating Corporation, Dole, 1708-1805, 20-10, African songs, Swahili, comments, at 1759 interval signal, drums, 1800 time signals, id. “Zanzibar Broadcasting Corporation”, news in English. 24322.

VENEZUELA, 6905.9, R. O. C. V., El Tigre, 0140-0146, 21-10, Latin American songs. Very weak. 15321.
Also heard 0415-0440, 21-10, Latin American songs. Very weak and strong fading, audible at times. From 0500 and later, signal inaudible, no audio, no carrier. 15311.

ZAMBIA, 5995, Zambia NBC, Radio 1, Lusaka, 1733-1745, 20-10, Vernacular, comments. 15321.
Also 0349- , 21-10, Vernacular comments, songs. 15321.


Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

Logs in Friol
Tecsun S-8800 and PL-880, cable antenna, 8 meters

AIR Jaipur also to leave SW

Flash news.....
DX India exclusive......

Regret to inform that AIR Jaipur from Rajasthan is also leaving SW from  Friday 23 Oct 2020.
Their 50 kW SW tx installed in 1992 operates on 4910 & 7325 kHz.

Schedule

4910: 0025 0430,  1130-1751 UTC
7325: 0630-0930 UTC

My QSL:
https://qsl.net/vu2jos/qsls/JaipurSW.jpg


Jose Jacob, VU2JOS
National Institute of Amateur Radio
Hyderabad, India
 
Mobile: +91 94416 96043

www.qsl.net/vu2jos     

Radio lnconfidencia, 15190.1 reactivated after months out of air, heard in Friol now

BRAZIL, 15190.1, Radio Inconfidencia, Bello Horizonte, 1017-1035, 21-10, reactivated after months out of air, hear with comments in Portuguese, Brazilian songs and pop songs in English, identification at 1029: "Rede Inconfidencia de Radio", "A Radio Inconfidencia...", program "Em Boa Companhia". Strong fading. 25411.

Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

Log in Friol
Tecsun S-8800, cable antenna, 8 meters

Winter B-20 schedules of FPU RadioTamazuj, FPU Radio Dabanga and MGB Eye Radio

SUDAN(non)   Winter B-20 schedules of FPU R.Tamazuj & FPU R.Dabanga
FPU Radio Tamazuj
0329-0427 on  6005 MDC 250 kW / 335 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic, ex ISS
0329-0427 on  7315 ISS 250 kW / 138 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic, ex MDC
1459-1557 on 11705 MDC 250 kW / 335 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic as B-19
1459-1557 on 15400 SMG 250 kW / 138 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic as B-19
English news: 1544-1556UTC Tue/Fri and 0414-0426UTC Wed/Sat
FPU Radio Dabanga
0429-0457 on  7315 SMG 250 kW / 146 deg to EaAf Darfur Arabic as B-19
0429-0457 on 11650 MDC 250 kW / 335 deg to EaAf Darfur Arabic as B-19
1529-1627 on 11640 SCB 100 kW / 195 deg to EaAf Darfur Arabic as B-19
1529-1627 on 15550 SMG 250 kW / 151 deg to EaAf Darfur Arabic, ex ISS

VATICAN(non)   Updated winter B-20 schedule of MGB Eye Radio - final version:
0359-0457 on  7340 SMG 250 kW / 151 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic* Mon-Fri, as B-19
0459-0557 on  9600 SMG 250 kW / 146 deg to EaAf only English Mon-Fri new B-20
1559-1657 on 15410 SMG 250 kW / 151 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic* Mon-Fri, ex  ISS
1659-1757 on 15410 SMG 250 kW / 151 deg to EaAf only English Mon-Fri, ex  ISS
*including nx in other languages English/Dinka/Nuer/Shilluk/Bari/Zande/Lutoho


--

73! Ivo Ivanov


More information on the shortwave listening hobby,
please visit to http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria
Receiver: Afedri SDR
Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection)
Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas.

QTH-2: Sofia OK2, Bulgaria
Receiver: Sony ICF-2001D
Antenna: 30 m. long wire

Glenn Hauser logs October 20-21, 2020

** ANTARCTICA. 15475.98-RCUSB, Tuesday Oct 20 at 1417, LRA36 ID with 96.7 FM in passing amid history of station, starting on 6030, 41 years ago, remember? S5-S8 into Brazil SDR. 1418 a guitar song. I can`t keep listening now, so at 1426 I hit Record on a Kiwi for the first time, but checked later it had timed out after 30 minutes, and where did the recording go? How do you find it once initiated, to play back? Manuel Mendez heard the whole special anniversary program from *1305 to 1613* direct to Spain. Is this in addition to, or instead of, ir/regular Wednesday broadcast? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 4765, Oct 21 at 0058, no signal from R. Progreso. Something`s always wrong at RadioCuba, but clearing the way for PERU, q.v. (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA [and non]. 7365 & 7335 & 6030 & 5980, Oct 21 at 0143, JBA signals from presumed Radio Martí, nor is there any jamming audible. Yet RHC manages S9 on 6000 & 6145 English. Nor can I detect any OCB DRM on 7340-7345-7350. It`s almost if the multi-decade Cuban Radio War be over. Or, propagation? K-index climbing from 1 to 3 between 00 and 03 UT (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** NIGERIA. 7254.9, Oct 20 at 0618, VON is on again! S9/+10 and overmodulated (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** PERU. 4764, Oct 21 at 0058, JBA carrier from presumed Radio Huanta 2000, with 4765 cleared by absent CUBA. Also JBA signal on 4775v, no doubt the other OA, Radio Tarma. Lúcio Otávio Bobrowiec also reports RH2K on the WOR iogroup, tonight at 2337 Oct 20: ``Hello, R. Huanta Dos Mil is on 4764 kHz now, poor and fady. Lúcio, Brasil`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [non]. 17775-, Oct 20 at 1410, zero signal from KVOH if on. If KVOH do make it to Caribbean, South America, these should squeeze:

17770, instead, its adjacent bears an S3-S6 signal in weak talk; listed as Arabic hour of Voice of TURKEY; and:

17780, its other adjacent is a JBA carrier, listed as BBC Hausa hour weekdays via ASCENSION (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 7505, Oct 21 at 0115, WRNO is on at S9/+10 with screaming gospel songstress and distorted modulation (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

TIPS FOR RATIONAL LIVING
++++++++++++++++++++++++

Worst Person In The World by Keith Olbermann #10 Trump's TIRED of Covid? I'M tired of him KILLING us https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw8kgXOWcXA (via gh)

This report dispatched at 0454 UT October 21

B20 schedule: Media Broadcast

MEDIA BROADCAST B20
Effective 25th Oct 2020 to 27th March 2021

frq start stop ciraf azi ant day(1=Su) from to loc pow stn lang
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5950 0400 0430 28SE 140 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 AWR Bod
5950 0400 0430 28SE 140 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 AWR Bul
5950 0430 0500 37,38W 210 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 AWR Fra
6120 1900 2000 37,38W 210 146 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Ara
6155 530 1600 41N,42S 125 418 56 251020 270321 DB 100 AWR Bod
6155 1530 1600 41N,42S 125 418 1234 7 251020 270321 DB 100 AWR Eng
7225 2000 2030 46E,47W 185 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Fra
7325 1930 2000 37,38W 210 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 AWR Shi
7350 0300 0330 48 140 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Tir
7410 1500 1530 41S 163 911 1234567 251020 270321 TAC 100 AWR Tam
7410 1530 1600 41W 163 911 1234567 251020 270321 TAC 100 AWR Guj
9460 1200 1300 44NE,45NW 90 911 1234567 251020 270321 TAC 100 AWR Kor
9580 1600 1630 41S 125 218 1234567 251020 270321 ERV 300 AWR Eng
9610 1000 1100 28W 180 216 1 251020 270321 NAU 125 AWR Ita
9765 1500 1530 41S 125 218 1234567 251020 270321 ERV 300 AWR Tel
9800 1200 1230 33S,43N,44N 60 418 12345 251020 270321 DB 100 AWR Nan
9800 1200 1230 33S,43N,44N 60 418 67 251020 270321 DB 100 AWR Cmn
9800 1230 1300 33S,43N,44N 60 418 6 251020 270321 DB 100 AWR Cmn
9800 1230 1300 33S,43N,44N 60 418 12345 7 251020 270321 DB 100 AWR Yue
9800 2130 2200 46SE 200 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Twi
9830 1600 1630 28SE 135 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 AWR Bul
9850 1930 2000 46SE 165 211 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 250 AWR Ibo
9860 0600 0630 46S 200 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Fra
11640 0600 0630 46S 180 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Fra
11870 1730 1800 48 142 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Orm
11955 1630 1700 48 140 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Tir
11980 0700 0800 37,38W 210 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Ara
12040 1630 1700 48 140 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Amh
15145 0830 0900 37,38W 210 218 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 AWR Shi
15490 1630 1700 48 139 218 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 AWR Som
15550 1330 1400 54N 121 418 23 7 251020 270321 TAC 100 AWR Ind
15550 1330 1400 41NE 121 418 1 4 251020 270321 TAC 100 AWR Asm
15550 1330 1400 41NE 121 418 56 251020 270321 TAC 100 AWR Hmn
5935 1915 1930 39,40 130 216 1 251020 270321 NAU 250 BVB Mul
5995 1710 1730 38E,39,40W 132 616 2 251020 270321 SOF 100 BVB Mul
5995 1715 1730 38E,39,40W 132 616 4 251020 270321 SOF 100 BVB Mul
5995 1715 1745 38E,39,40W 132 616 56 251020 270321 SOF 100 BVB Mul
5995 1715 1745 38E,39,40W 132 616 7 251020 270321 SOF 100 BVB Mul
6080 1930 2015 39 130 216 1 251020 270321 NAU 125 BVB Mul
7365 1800 1900 39,40 105 216 5 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
7365 1800 1830 39,40 105 216 6 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
7365 1830 1900 39,40 105 216 1 3 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
9440 0600 0615 46N,47NW,38W,37S 180 146 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 BVB Mul
9450 0500 0515 39,40 120 216 6 251020 270321 NAU 250 BVB Mul
9715 1830 1930 39 115 218 1 7 251020 270321 MOS 100 BVB Mul
9715 1800 1815 39 115 218 6 251020 270321 MOS 100 BVB Mul
9715 1800 1830 39 115 218 5 251020 270321 MOS 100 BVB Mul
11790 1600 1700 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 1 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
11790 1730 1800 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 1 251020 270321 NAU 250 BVB Mul
11790 1600 1630 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 2 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
11790 1600 1800 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 3 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
11790 1630 1700 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 7 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
11790 1730 1800 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 7 251020 270321 NAU 250 BVB Mul
11790 1700 1800 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 4 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
11790 1700 1730 38S,39S,47,48 142 218 5 251020 270321 NAU 100 BVB Mul
11790 0200 0230 41 50 218 5 251020 270321 MDC 125 BVB Mul
11875 1630 1700 47,48 135 217 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 100 BVB Mul
11900 1400 1430 41 102 216 1st Sa 251020 270321 NAU 250 BVB Mul 1st Sa p.m
11900 1430 1500 41 102 216 7 251020 270321 NAU 250 BVB Mul
17650 1200 1230 43S,44S 45 157 7 251020 270321 MDC 125 BVB Mul
21480 1230 1245 54 85 157 1 251020 270321 MDC 125 BVB Mul
9850 1800 1900 46,47 167 206 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 100 DAK Mul
13590 0700 0800 46,47 185 218 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 DAK Mul
7235 1800 1900 46,47W 164 216 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 500 DWL Hau
9570 0630 0700 46,47W 160 216 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 500 DWL Hau
9570 1800 1900 46,47W 170 216 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 500 DWL Hau
9830 0630 0700 46,47W 170 211 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 500 DWL Hau
11830 1600 1700 48 130 216 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 500 DWL Amh
15195 1425 1630 46,47W 165 227 7 311020 071120 ISS 500 DWL Hau
15195 1425 1630 46,47W 165 227 7 211120 191220 ISS 500 DWL Hau
15195 1425 1630 46,47W 165 227 7 020121 200321 ISS 500 DWL Hau
15275 1600 1700 48 130 217 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 500 DWL Amh
15350 1425 1630 46,47W 172 217 7 311020 071120 ISS 500 DWL Hau
15350 1425 1630 46,47W 172 217 7 211120 191220 ISS 500 DWL Hau
15350 1425 1630 46,47W 172 217 7 020121 200321 ISS 500 DWL Hau
17800 1300 1400 46,47W 172 217 1234567 251020 270321 ISS 500 DWL Hau
6055 1130 1200 27,28 222 146 1 7 251020 270321 NAU 125 EMG Mul
9500 1530 1630 29S 100 146 7 251020 270321 NAU 100 HCJ Mul
7330 1100 1200 27,28 283 805 1st Su 251020 270321 MOS 100 JOY Mul 1st Su p.m
5960 0000 0200 2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10 300 216 1 251020 270321 NAU 125 KBC NldEng
6045 0900 1000 27E,28 240 146 1 (od) 251020 270321 NAU 125 KBC NldEng (on-demand)
6095 0800 1600 18SW,27,28W,37N 240 156 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 100 KBC NldEng (on-demand)
9475 0800 0900 27N,28S 230 146 1 251020 270321 NAU 125 KBC NldEng (on-demand)
5985 0400 0430 10,11,12 222 805 1234567 251020 270321 RMI 100 NHK Spa
6155 0430 0500 27SE,28SW ND 926 23456 251020 270321 MOS 300 NHK Eng
6155 0500 0530 27SE,28SW ND 926 1 7 251020 270321 MOS 100 NHK Eng
6165 0430 0500 27,28 85 146 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 NHK Rus
7265 0300 0500 38,39,40 140 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 NHK Jpn
9765 1700 1900 38,39,40 140 216 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 250 NHK Jpn
5945 1300 1400 45 66 418 7 251020 270321 TAC 100 PAB Mul
5945 1630 1730 42,43,44 90 911 1 251020 270321 TAC 100 PAB Mul
6060 1630 1730 41 163 911 1 251020 270321 TAC 100 PAB Mul
6120 1600 1700 39 128 216 1 251020 270321 NAU 125 PAB Mul
11800 1430 1445 41 94 216 1 251020 270321 NAU 250 PAB Mul
6045 1100 1400 27E,28 233 156 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 100 RSZ Mul (on-demand)
11610 1200 1400 27E,28 305 238 1234567 251020 270321 ERV 100 RSZ Mul (on-demand)
9610 1700 1800 38E,39S,48 144 216 4 251020 270321 NAU 100 SBO Mul
9610 1700 1730 38E,39S,48 144 216 1 6 251020 270321 NAU 100 SBO Mul
5990 1000 1600 27E,28 233 146 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 SFZ Mul (on-demand)
15420 1800 1859 48SW,52NE,53NE 320 159 7 251020 270321 MDC 250 SJK Mul
5935 1300 1400 27E,28 NW 233 146 1234567 251020 270321 NAU 125 SKW Mul (on-demand)
6140 0900 1000 27E,28NW 270 805 1st Su 251020 270321 MOS 100 SKW Mul (1st Su p.m)
6095 1100 1200 27E,28 233 156 1st Sa 251020 270321 NAU 100 ST2 Deu (1st Sa p.q)

List of Broadcasters which are using MEDIA BROADCAST (MBR) broadcasting facilities :

AWR Adventist World Radio
BVB High Adventure Gospel - Bible Voice Broadcasting
DAK Dandal Kura Radio International
DWL Deutsche Welle
EMG Evangelische Missionsgemeinden in Deutschland
HCJ Reach Beyond (former HCJ)
JOY Radio Joystick
KBC The Mighty KBC
NHK NHK (JAPAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION)
PAB Pan American Broadcasting
RSZ Radio60!
SBO Sagalee Bilisummaa Oromoo
SFZ Studio 52
SJK Radio Itahuka
SKW Förderverein "Sender Königs Wusterhausen" e.V.
ST2 SE-TA 2

Reception reports to : QSL-Shortwave@media-broadcast.com
(via Alokesh Gupta, New delhi)

The Mighty KBC next special broadcast

The Mighty KBC - Keeping Shortwave Alive on 6095! December 27, 2020 from 09:00 – 16:00 UTC on 6095 kHz from Nauen with 125 kW. And more is on the way! Please spread the word!

Update: we will also use our streams for this broadcast!

Agenda DX 21/10/2020

ANNIVERSARIO EMITTENTI
Radio Progresso, Souza, Brasile 2310 Khz (1978)
Magic 1548 AM, Gran Bretagna (1974)
Radio Melodia, Perù 5955 Khz (1972)

martedì 20 ottobre 2020

Media & Tech - 20/10/2020

Winter B-20 shortwave schedule of OCB Radio Marti & TV Marti (audio)



USA   Winter B-20 shortwave schedule of OCB Radio Marti & TV Marti(audio)
0000-0100 on  6030 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0000-0100 on  6125 GB  250 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sat TV Marti
0000-0100 on  7345 GB  050 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti DRM
0000-0100 on  7365 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0000-0100 on  7435 GB  250 kW / 225 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

0100-0200 on  6030 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0100-0200 on  6125 GB  250 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sat TV Marti
0100-0200 on  7345 GB  050 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti DRM
0100-0200 on  7365 GB  250 kW / 225 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0100-0200 on  7435 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

0200-0400 on  6030 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0200-0400 on  6125 GB  250 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sat TV Marti
0200-0400 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0200-0400 on  7435 GB  250 kW / 225 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

0400-0600 on  6030 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti until December 12
0400-0600 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti until December 12
0400-0600 on  7435 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti until December 12

1000-1100 on  5980 GB  250 kW / 172 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1000-1100 on  6030 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1000-1100 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

1100-1200 on  5980 GB  250 kW / 190 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1100-1200 on  6030 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1100-1200 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

1200-1300 on  5980 GB  250 kW / 190 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1200-1300 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1200-1300 on  7435 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

1300-1400 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1300-1400 on  7435 GB  250 kW / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1300-1400 on 11930 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

1400-1700 on 11860 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1400-1700 on 11930 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1400-1700 on 13820 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

1700-2000 on  7345 GB  050 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti DRM
1700-2000 on 11860 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1700-2000 on 11930 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1700-2000 on 13820 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

2000-2200 on  7345 GB  050 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti DRM
2000-2200 on  9565 GB  250 kW / 164 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2000-2200 on 11860 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2000-2200 on 11930 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

2200-2300 on  7345 GB  050 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti DRM
2200-2300 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2200-2300 on  7375 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2200-2300 on  9565 GB  250 kW / 164 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti

2300-2400 on  6125 GB  250 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Mon-Fri TV Marti
2300-2400 on  7345 GB  050 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti DRM
2300-2400 on  7355 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2300-2400 on  7435 GB  250 kW / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2300-2400 on  9565 GB  250 kW / 164 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti



--

73! Ivo Ivanov


More information on the shortwave listening hobby,
please visit to http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria
Receiver: Afedri SDR
Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection)
Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas.

QTH-2: Sofia OK2, Bulgaria
Receiver: Sony ICF-2001D
Antenna: 30 m. long wire

Winter B-20 frequency changes Voice of America/Radio Ashna/Radio Marti/Deewa Radio

USA(non)    Winter B-20 frequency changes VOAmerica/R.Ashna/R.Marti/Deewa Radio:
0000-0100 NF  7365 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti, ex 7355
0030-0100 on  7290 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna, ex BIB
0100-0130 on  7290 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna, ex BIB
0100-0200 NF  7435 GB  250 kW / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti, ex 7355
0130-0200 NF  7290 BIB 100 kW / 088 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna, ex 12140 UDO
0700-0730 on 12070 SMG 250 kW / 175 deg to WCAf Hausa Voice of America, ex SAO
0700-0730 NF 15580 BOT 100 kW / 350 deg to WCAf Hausa Voice of America, ex 15165
1200-1300 NF  7465 PHT 250 kW / 021 deg to EaAs Korean Voice of America, ex 5840
1200-1300 NF  7515 UDO 250 kW / 030 deg to EaAs Chinese Voice of America, ex 7470
1300-1400 on  9355 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio, ex UDO
1330-1430 NF 11675 PHT 250 kW / 270 deg to SEAs Khmer Voice of America, ex 11695
1400-1500 on  9355 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio, ex UDO
1400-1500 on 11910 UDO 250 kW / 304 deg to CeAs Tibetan Voice of America, ex KWT
1430-1500 on 12075 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna, ex SMG
1500-1530 NF  9575 SAO 100 kW / 000 deg to WCAf Hausa Voice of America, ex 9765
1500-1530 NF 15460 BOT 100 kW / 350 deg to WCAf Hausa Voice of America, ex 17700
1500-1600 on  9355 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio, ex UDO
1530-1600 NF  9575 SAO 100 kW / 000 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-Fri VOAmerica, ex 9600
1530-1600 NF 15460 BOT 100 kW / 350 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-Fri VOAmerica, ex 17700
1600-1700 NF  7525 PHT 250 kW / 275 deg to CeAs Tibetan Voice of America, ex 7580
1600-1700 on  9355 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio, ex UDO
1700-1730 NF 11850 KWT 250 kW / 210 deg to CSAf English Voice of America, ex 13590
1700-1730 NF 12040 SAO 100 kW / 076 deg to EaAf Amharic Mon-Fri VOAmerica, ex 11850
1700-1900 NF  9355 KWT 250 kW / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio, ex 9820 WOF
1900-2000 NF 17700 GB  250 kW / 094 deg to WCAf French Voice of America, ex 9515 SAO
2030-2100 NF 11850 SAO 100 kW / 020 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-Sat VOAmerica, ex 13750
2030-2100 NF 13750 SAO 100 kW / 052 deg to CeAf Hausa Mon-Sat VOAmerica, ex 11850
2100-2130 NF  5995 SAO 100 kW / 020 deg to WCAf French Mon-Fri VOAmerica, ex 5885 BOT
2130-2200 NF  5995 SAO 100 kW / 020 deg to WeAf Bambara Mon-Fri VOAmerica, ex 15250 BOT
2200-2230 on  9340 PHT 250 kW / 270 deg to SEAs Khmer Voice of America, additional
2300-2400 NF  6125 GB  250 kW / 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Mon-Fri TV Marti, ex 5980

--

73! Ivo Ivanov


More information on the shortwave listening hobby,
please visit to http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com

QTH-1: Patreshko, Bulgaria
Receiver: Afedri SDR
Software: SDR-Console v2.3(using remote connection)
Antennas: various Inverted V and beverage antennas.

QTH-2: Sofia OK2, Bulgaria
Receiver: Sony ICF-2001D
Antenna: 30 m. long wire