Wolfgang Bueschel | 1 Aug 01:06 2011
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9264.963 WINB prayer

USA  9264.963  Loud hysterical prayer on WINB Red Lion noted at 2250 UT July 
31, this program ended at 2259 UT.

I grow fearful of this very loud YELL. I think this prayer is possibly very
crazy and fit for the nuthouse. Never heard such behaviour from priest 
before.
(wb, UT July 31)

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Glenn Hauser | 1 Aug 01:42 2011
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Re: [dxld] 9264.963 WINB prayer

WINB schedule shows:

06:30P / Sun-2230...Terry Blalock

(Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

--- On Sun, 7/31/11, Wolfgang Bueschel <BueschelW@...> wrote:

> Date: Sunday, July 31, 2011, 6:06 PM

> USA  9264.963  Loud
> hysterical prayer on WINB Red Lion noted at 2250 UT July 
> 31, this program ended at 2259 UT.
> 
> I grow fearful of this very loud YELL. I think this prayer
> is possibly very
> crazy and fit for the nuthouse. Never heard such behaviour
> from priest 
> before.
> (wb, UT July 31)

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Glenn Hauser | 1 Aug 18:27 2011
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Glenn Hauser logs July 31-August 1, 2011

** ALBANIA. 13625, August 1 at 1431, R. Tirana inaudible, not even a carrier traced. Could be off air or late
signing-on Monday, first day of Ramadan, but we are really in the doldrums, with nothing else from Europe
making it on band, just North American signals and weakies from China. On 19m, nearby Greece very poor on
15630. Yet solar flux 119 for July 31, and K-index 2 at 1500 August 1 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CHINA. Firedrake August 1, before 1300:

 8400, JBA at 1252. Had not been able to detect this at all for weeks
10300, very good at 1254
12900, good at 1256
14700, very good at 1257; no others up to 19 MHz before 1300

After 1300:
14700, poor at 1314
15425, fair at 1315

After 1330:
13920, fair at 1339
12900, very good at 1339
12025, JBA at 1339; 
11500 and 10300 absent at 1341

After 1400, some signals back earlier than usual:
15900, tune in 1409 to very good open carrier, one note of music, OC again, and restart to stay at 1410
14700, fair at 1412
10300, fair at 1410; still no 11500
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CUBA. RHC SNAFU log: 17560, July 31 at 1938 in English instead of French! And much stronger here than on //
11760 despite 17560 for Europe, 11760 for America. Next check at 1952 had corrected to French. Meanwhile
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Henrik Klemetz | 2 Aug 14:31 2011
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Esta emisora que retransmitía Radio Melody FM, de la misma localidad, ya tiene instalada la antena, una torre monopolar, en un humedal cerca de San José, ER. La gerencia tiene mucho interés en recibir informes, ya sean desde el interior o desde el Uruguay, ahora que se sabe que puede captarse la señal a mucha distancia y que en Europa se sobrepone a las dos emisoras argentinas que venían ocupando la frecuencia, AM Restauración y Super Sport AM. Los dos primeros oyentes en reportarla desde el exterior fueron Hasse Mattisson, de Suecia, y Andrew Brade, de Inglaterra. Informes, =?iso-8859-1?q?_por_favor_dirigirlos_a_danycanal_arroba_hot

Esta emisora que retransmitía Radio Melody FM, de la misma localidad,
ya tiene instalada la antena, una torre monopolar, en un humedal cerca de San
José, ER. La gerencia tiene mucho interés en recibir informes  ahora que se sabe que puede captarse la
señal a mucha distancia y que en Europa se sobrepone a las dos emisoras argentinas que venían
ocupando la frecuencia, AM Restauración y Super Sport AM.
Los dos primeros oyentes en reportarla desde el exterior fueron Hasse Mattisson, de
Suecia, y Andrew Brade, de Inglaterra.
Informes, por favor dirigirlos a danycanal arroba hotmail punto com .
Radio América 1630 no es una trucha; su licencia para operar en 1630 kHz fue otorgada
por la AFSCA.

Henrik Klemetz, Suecia *1630 Radio América, San José, Entre Ríos, Argentina, new station, 1 kW
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Glenn Hauser | 2 Aug 19:10 2011
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Glenn Hauser logs August 1-2, 2011

** CHILE. 16750, August 2 at 1409, strong FM-distorted spur in Spanish spreading 20 kHz; certainly was not
there previous hour as I scanned several times for Firedrakes. Now soon found // 17680 CVC La Voz at 1410,
and matching but weaker spur circa 18600. Recheck lower one at 1415, worst around 16760, so the offset is
plus and minus approx. 920 kHz. Fundamental 17680 was also audibly splattering between 17630 and 17710
but 16750-16760 much worse. I also looked for other appearances between the major spurs but did not find
any for sure (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** CHINA. Firedrake, August 2; before 1300:
 8400, JBA at 1240
10300, good at 1255
12270, good at 1257
14700, fair at 1257
15545, poor at 1258

16480, very good at 1259-1300*, Unusual new frequency; kept a receiver on it past 1318 but did not resume.
Not in today`s Aoki. 16480 was last reported in July 2007 when Aoki was listing it as low-power SOH Taiwan
and S. Hasegawa was hearing it: see DXLD 7-093, 7-088, 7-086

Before 1330:
15425, good at 1320; off at 1358 check, probably by 1330
15280, fair at 1320

Before 1400:
15515, good at 1351, 1358 with het from 15517 or 15518
15295, fair at 1352; was 15280 during previous and following semihour
12025, poor at 1353 mixing with CNR1 Chinese; none lower to 10 MHz

Before 1430:
17560, fair at 1422, atop but mixing with V. of Tibet via MADAGASCAR
15790, good at 1423-1430+
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Wolfgang Bueschel | 2 Aug 19:45 2011
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Re: Glenn Hauser logs August 1-2, 2011


Re spurs on 15.2 MHz - probably Shepparton 15240 distorted spurios ???

AUSTRALIA   15240  RA Shepparton accompanied by - probably - spurs
at 0050 UT Aug 1. S=9+20dB signal on Brisbane remote sdr unit. Not too
strong, so I've my doubts whether the spurs originate of incorrect function
of the Perseus?

Strong signals noted on 15221 to 15226, 15233 to 15248, as well as 15254 to
15258 kHz.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 1)

at same time span noted:

SAIPAN   ODD VoA Saipan.
Last night when I looked out for unusal Ramadan outlets, I came across of 
Special English via VoA Saipan, which was a little odd frequency like 
15205.031 kHz at 0046 UT Aug 1st. Much fluttery signal on odd frequency.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 1)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Glenn Hauser"Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2011 7:10 PM
Subject: [HCDX] Glenn Hauser logs August 1-2, 2011

TAIWAN. 15225, August 2 at 1300, very distorted spur peaking around here,
FMy without specific carrier, bothering RHC 15230, tsk2, Chinese talk, but
not // CNR1 on 15670 et al. jammers. Then matched it to 15265, and an
equivalent but much weaker spur 40 kHz on the hi side around 15305. 15265
also has a het jammer during this hour: victim and spurrer is RTI, Chinese
via Tanshui site, at 13-14 only per Aoki (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
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Glenn Hauser | 3 Aug 18:30 2011
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Glenn Hauser logs August 2-3, 2011

** ARGENTINA. 15345-, August 2 at 2132, only a het vs MOROCCO [q.v.] on the hi side, and never overcame with
any audio. Finally uncovered at 2202:39 when IMM turns off its carrier, RAE announcing 6060 and 15345 in
Spanish, also http://www.radioexterior.com.ar I thought he said, but that goes nowhere, nor the link at
Media Network`s Hitlist, http://www.radionacional.com.ar/programacion/rae.html 

O, I see in the WRTH it should be http://www.radionacional.gov.ar --- That does get to the domestic service
homepage, but just *try* to find any link to the external service, even by internal search!

Anyhow, with the end of DST for this year, prompted by the beginning of Ramadan, Morocco now runs one real
hour later on 15345, which means the northern-summer respite for RAE 21-22 UT German service listeners in
Europe is over. That was only a fluke, as the two stations stupidly stick to the same frequency, both refuse
to participate in HFCC or heed advice by would-be listeners that one or both should move a bit away to plenty
of clear frequencies in the vicinity. 

A few years ago, Argentina decided to go on DST in its summer, Nov-Feb, and RAE, so remote from the real world
of international broadcasting, shifted all its languages one UT hour earlier just so they would stay at
the same local time, oblivious of its intended audience. This put German up to 20-21, still colliding with
Morocco even when that country was not on DST. English, Italian and French hours from RAE, earlier in the
day, remain always blocked by Morocco (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** BAHRAIN [non]. 15540, August 2 until 2006, R. Kuwait very good with talk outroed as ``Song of the Sea``,
another ``Radio Bahrein produxion, presented by R. Kuwait``. Maybe they stick these in at different
times from day to day; August 1 was at 2019-2025 as in previous report under KUWAIT. There used to be a
programme exchange called Voice of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Maybe this is that. Back to
western pop music (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENNG DIGEST)

** CANADA. Nice to get a third reply from MBC Radio = CJLR-FM-3 in Prince Albert, Sask., altho my
miles-per-watt calculation is now very incorrect: (gh)

Your reception of MBC Radio 88.1FM in Oklahoma --- Hi Glenn: Very cool that you picked up our rebroadcast of
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Wolfgang Bueschel | 3 Aug 20:16 2011
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Re: [dxld] 6102.00 R Afghanistan off freq

AFGHANISTAN  I guess 6102v was well-consired selected tonight.
Due of Kashi China powerhouse "Beijing Hour" on adjacent 6095 kHz. Maybe a
DXer advised RTA engineers? Best reception here in Europe upper side 6098 to
6110 kHz.
vy73 wolfgang

National Radio of Afghanistan.
Heute auf 6102 kHz, wenn sich mein alter Sony nicht irrt ...? Seltsam.
(Simon-Peter Liehr-D, A-DX ng Aug 3)

Yes, exact on 6101.999 :-) kHz - Mauno said 2 Hertz down - yesterday. :-)

S=8-9 signal in Finland. Grey zone at Batumi in Georgia, dark zone in
Ashgabat Turkmenistan.

At 16.31 UT cut off TX powerline, a little late tonight.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 3)

Probably from Oct 30 in B-11 season, like in B-10 season
6095 1500-1600 Kashi China        500kW
6100 1600-1700 Kashi China        100kW
6100 1600-1630 M&B Wertachtal AWR in Bulgarian
6100 1530-1600 Novosibirsk RUS
6100 KCBS Pyongyang Kanggye
6105 1500-1600 Shijiazhuang China 500kW

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <m.groot@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2011 7:16 PM
Subject: [dxld] 6102.00 R Afghanistan off freq
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maurits van driessche | 4 Aug 00:53 2011
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LA on MW 3/8

http://www.box.net/shared/di5jlbt0nj7dmdoln3yk   = 1570khz ,at 0355utc   OCU4J Radio Bethel  Peru 

http://www.box.net/shared/k7hxs2dj42te8aupp4ud  = 1250khz  at 0350utc  OAX4L Radio
Miraflores,Miraflores  Peru

Audiofiles from  3/8  on MW 
Perseus  SDR
Super Kaz  to 275 degrees
Maurits Van Driessche
Belgium

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Radio Heritage Mail | 4 Aug 07:40 2011
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Radio Heritage Expands to Europe


Radio Heritage Foundation
www.radioheritage.com
August 4 2011

Radio Heritage Foundation
Extends Coverage to Europe
_________________________ 

WELLINGTON [New Zealand]

The addition of major new European radio history content at its
website [www.radioheritage.com] marks a move by the Radio Heritage
Foundation to extend its coverage of radio heritage connections to
Europe.

Chairman David Ricquish says 'the borderless nature of radio waves
has always made it inevitable that our focus would one day expand
beyond our initial work in the Asia and Pacific region. In fact, our
collections already have many materials relating to broadcasters
based in Europe going back to the 1920's. European broadcasters,
their ideas, policies and cultures have had a major influence on
Pacific broadcasting for decades.'

The new content covers individual station features, 44 European
countries, almost 100 separately researched years of local European
broadcasting, over 15 digitized early radio frequency guides and some
250 audio samples and images.

The material has a special focus on local European broadcasting
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