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2 INDICE Pagina 3 PY7-KG Moreira Venta Francisco Jackson PY1PDF Grupo Radio Escuta Rio Glenn Hauser Logs July 3-4, 2014 Pagina 5 Dinan Rogerio Antena vertical HF SWL Ivo Ivanov AZERBAIJAN Surprisingly daytime Alberto Suarez Tata CQ-Radio Amateur Alberto Suarez Tata Radio-Noticias Alberto Suarez Tata 12 Nuevos satélites con servicio para radioaficionados Pagina 6 Dino Bloise Frecuencia al Dia Nº 385 Glenn Hauser Logs July 5, 2014 Pagina 8 Anatoly Klepov RUS-DX # 775 Pagina 14 Grupo Radioescucha Argentino Conexión Digital Nº 778 Pagina 16 Georgi Bancov and Ivo Ivanov DX RE MIX NEWS # 860 Pagina 29 Jorge Isacc García Rangel Antena DX Fran Jr Antena Thevear Cód 416C Glenn Hauser Logs July 5-6, 2014; DXLD Pagina 31 Ontario DX Club New file uploaded to odxa Ontario DX Club ODXA DX REPORT August 11th 2014 Pagina 32 Dino Bloise Top 8 Shortwave Ham Radio Receivers Edward Kusalik Retirement of Walter Brodowsky from Media Broadcast Pagina 33 Alberto Suarez Tata Los uruguayos que hablan con satélites Glenn Hauser Logs July 6-8, 2014 Pagina 36 Mauricio Pimenta Venta Dino Bloise WRMI Listener Correspondence - June 2014 Pagina 38 Migdiel Cruz Nota en QRZ.com: Open Invitation to Radio Amateurs of the World Glenn Hauser Logs July 8, 2014 Pagina 40 Bob Padula The Australian DX Report - episode 420 now available Migdiel Cruz Radio Educación Pagina 41 Dino Bloise Eliminan el servicio del avión para transmitir a Radio & TV Martí Carlos Gonçalves Voz do Brasil Rudolf Grimm RTTY por 540 khz? Associação DX do Brasil Nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" do período de 01 a 30 de julho de 2014 Glenn Hauser Logs July 9-10, 2014 Pagina 43 Miguel Angel Rocha Se subió el archivo Una nueva esperanza _amigos de la radio_.pdf Glenn Hauser Logs July 10-11, 2014 Pagina 44 Alfredo Meurer Jr. QSL manager de H40FN Temotu Island qsls Asociación Española de Radioescucha Noticias Glenn Hauser Logs July 11, 2014 Pagina 45 Alberto Suarez Tata La Federación Europea se renueva Dave Valko Escuchas Pagina 46 Rafael Rodríguez R Escuchas Wendel Craighead Escuchas Hironori Takeuchi Escuchas Pagina 47 Claudio Galaz Escuchas Anker Petersen Escuchas Robert Wilkner Escuchas Pagina 48 Rubens Ferraz Pedroso Escuchas Pagina 49 Roberto Pavanello Escuchas Manuel Méndez Escuchas Rudolf Grimm Escuchas Robert S. Ross Escuchas Pagina 51 Babul Gupta Escuchas José Ronaldo Xavier Escuchas 2

3 CONTENIDO PY7-KG Moreira Venta endo Ou Troco Por Algo Do Meu Interesse Radio Ft 757-Gx Revisado Há 15 Dias Radio Do Meu Uso Foto Em Anexo. Preço Para Venda-R$ 1.500,00 Frete E Risco Por Conta Do Comprador Preço Para Troca - R$ 1.650,00 Frete E Risco Por Conta Do Comprador Contato Via - Fone Claro 3 Fone Tim Francisco Jackson PY1PDF Grupo Radio Escuta Rio Bom dia!.. Está sendo colocado no AR hoje, dia 01/07/2014, um grupo no FACEBOOK intitulado: RÁDIO ESCUTA RIO. Este grupo é direcionado aos aficionados ao mundo da Rádio Escuta. Aqui publicaremos informações a respeito deste maravilhoso Hobby. Se você é um rádio escuta, venha participar conosco. https://www.facebook.com/groups/escutario/ partir de hoje, o Estado do Rio de Janeiro passa a ter também, um GRUPO DE RADIO ESCUTA... Em breve estaremos lançando nosso Blog. Este grupo veio para somar e reconhecemos o DX CLUBE DO BRASIL como nosso comando superior. Francisco Jackson PY1PDF - Diretor Secretário LABRE-RJ - Rio de Janeiro Brasil Glenn Hauser Logs July 3-4, 2014 ** AUSTRALIA , July 4 at 0517, very good signal from R. Australia which is modulating again, unlike hours earlier (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** BRAZIL , July 4 at 0117, music and Portuguese talk on poor signal but again one of the best from Brazil on 60m, presumed R. Imaculada onceição, MS. 915v, July 4 at 0119, the two ZYs colliding here as usual making a slightly variable LAH, one with music (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * BRAZIL , July 4 at 0133, RNA audio exactly synchronized with 6180 and 11780; checking since Carlos Gonçalves, Portugal recently eported a ``slight delay`` of the audio on 5990 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * CHINA , Fri July 4 at 1405, CNR1 jammer, good signal with rippling SAH, and // synchro also with a SAH? is vs VOA Tibetan ia Thailand M/W/F, while Aoki still knows of no target on Cursory bandscan after 1405 finds no other CNR1 jammers MHz except 15 MHz inbanders (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CUBA , July 4 at 0126, JBA pulse jamming fading in and out, obviously 2 x 6030 against Martí where there`s a wall of noise. Just one in the pileup of jammers is emitting this double. Has QRM from much stronger filthy Cairo transmitter splatter, tsk2 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** GREECE. 9935, July 4 at 0123, ERT Open, good with Greek music just as strong as // 9420 and weaker // with fair signal. Extremely unusual to be using 9935 during this time period; it was once for the separate Makedonia station before local midnite. Fortunately, no 9930 WTWW to compete with. That accounts for the transmitter trio at Avlis, and routine check of 7450, 7475, and finds no signals there. John Babbis in MD who monitors ERT every day from 19 past 02 UT, missed 9935, reporting only 9420 this date, not either (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MADAGASCAR , July 4 at 1303, romantic-sounding SE Asian song, 1307 Vietnamese announcement, fair signal. It`s AWR`s hour until 1400 via Talata-Volonondry (not Volondry as in Aoki), 250 kw, 60 degrees toward Vietnam, of course; yet we are getting it way, way, offbeam on the other worldside, another testament to the broad reach of this near-antipodal MGLOB relay site. (Vietnamese on 1600 KRVA is better still from TX.) Maybe to be matched by Madagascar World Voice if it ever get on air following some progress reported lately at NASB, altho own website still shows no such news, latest update only for first quarter 2014, now that we re in the third quarter! Flime ties (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * NORTH AMERICA , July 4 at 0512, JBA carrier, presumably the old-time-radio pirate, rather than Hasn`t made it better than that ere for weeks (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * NORTH AMERICA. 6876, July 4 from 0110 to 0136, kept checking for relay of The Crystal Ship, which John Poet had alerted us at 0042 would start by 0130 with Fourth of July special, but no show. Brandon Jordan kept listening and did hear it from 0146 to 0329; sorry we missed it! Please relent and make it web-available.

4 his thread, starting with wrong frequency 6976, includes detailed logs of the content (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * NORTH AMERICA in AM, July 4 at 0510, JBA carrier, presumably a pirate. This thread says it was Radio True North, on the air, very, very late. Very slightly on the lo ide compared to 5935 WWCR (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * OKLAHOMA. 627, 640 and 653, KWPN Moore seems to have dropped IBOC --- while it`s hard to prove a negative without constant monitoring, it eems to me from many random bandscans mostly on caradio, that I have not heard any IBOC from this for several weeks. Before that it had been poradic, in the daytime only. Good riddance! This comprehensive listing of IBOC still shows KWPN n black instead of green, also with N* for Nighttime operation? Meaning No, but --- whatever the asterisk signify (Glenn Hauser, Enid, July 4, DX ISTENING DIGEST) * OKLAHOMA. 1230, July 4 at 1229 UT, WBBZ Ponca City is reporting a large power outage on the east side of PC, unknown cause but can`t be eather; threatening people on oxygen. Utility no doubt working on restoring, but may be slower due to holiday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING IGEST) * OMAN , July 4 at 0113, Arabic from RSO again on wrong frequency after 0000 instead of This seems to happen at least half the ime now (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * PERU. 5980, July 4 at 0113, R. Chaski carrier with some modulation making it until cutoff at 0116:03*, surpassing yet another minute mark, 5.5 econds later than yesterday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 7305, July 4 at 1159* just caught Greenville signing off the Vatican relay, violating SOCAS; so evidently not enough wind from Arthur that ar inland to cause a problem, unlike the Winds of Change blowing thru IBB (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1728 monitoring: confirmed on webcast of WBCQ 7490, Thursday July 3 at NOT confirmed on webcast of WTWW-, instead playing Amateur Radio Newsline until 2130 July 3. I had to check this since 9475 was off the air. Ted Randall has become increasingly ostile, and may have canceled WOR via WTWW also at other scheduled times! WRB was carrying Brother Scare again, UT July 4 at 0121 on 5050 instead of on 3185 or 9370, and he was still on 5050 at 0330 when it`s time or WORLD OF RADIO. Checking the webcast, WOR did start promptly at 0330, and subsequently found us back on 3185 instead. So has all WWRB 185 programming been flipped with BS on 5050, or just an anomaly tonight? At 0506 check, BS back on 3185, and 5050 off. Next: aturday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB aturday 2330 on WTWW 9930 (probably not! missing last two weeks) T Sunday 0030 on WRMI 9495 (may be previous episode) T Sunday 0400 on WTWW 5830 (messed up last week, canceled now?) T Monday 0300v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB onday 2130 on WRMI (NEW, Jeff White tells us, on 44 degrees to Europe, but also good for east coast North America) uesday 1100 on WRMI 9955 ednesday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB ednesday 1315 on WRMI 9955 ednesday 2100 on WBCQ 7490v Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. WTWW apparently has severe transmitter problems, causing all these anomalies observed: 475 & 9930 are both off, July 3 at 2100 but on in French see also WORLD OF RADIO monitoring report) 2105, July 4 at 0110 is on with Brother Scare; 9475 is back on with SFAW, but no 5085 or BS is a few words ahead of WRMI 5085, July 4 at 0508 check, still off, but: 12105, July 4 at 0524, BS is still on here but signal down to poor-fair, apparently having to substitute #3 transmitter for # , July 4 at 1410, still BS, while 9475 and 9930 are both off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 570, July 3 at 1954 UT on caradio, counting the SAH that WNAX Yankton SD groundwave makes from more than twice the distance with KLIF Dallas TX: 196/minute = 3.27 Hz. My impression is that the SAH has sped up a bit. On April 27, 2013 I referred to this as a ``slow SAH``, but unfortunately not calculated. MW Offset list has them both, with precise rather than relative frequencies, and measured on different dates in 2011 and 2010y: USA KLIF (Dallas, TX) USA WNAX (Yankton, SD) [ ] he figure in brackets means range, altho I don`t get it. The difference here makes 3.6 Hz. WNAX is one of our most distant groundwaves, 722 km/449 statute miles overland, city-to-city. Re previous log of KLIF at night mentioning 93.3 FM --- this time I hear KLIF ID saying that 570 programming is also on HD2 of 96.3 FM; while 93.3 is the real KLIF-FM (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 590, July 4 at 0530 UT, ``ESPN Omaha`` but quite weak about equal to presumed XEPH DF. Wonder if KXSP is QRP? Inaudible at all 24 ours earlier (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 4

5 ** U S A. 1130, July 4 at 1250 past 1254 UT, open carrier/dead air no doubt from KLEY Wellington KS on groundwave; finally modulating at 1330 UT check. Its 250 watts make for sufficient reception in Enid, 107 km = 66 miles (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 1250, July 4 at 1256 UT, Spanish skywave still in from ex-wren Topeka, i.e. ``La Equis 12-50, La Súper-Estación``, i.e. KYYS Kansas City KS, 25 kw day power. Hi local noise level on SW bands encourages me to MW DX more (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 1340, July 4 at 1235 UT, two // sportstalk stations echoing about two words, or one second apart. One of them no doubt our closest KGHM Midwest City OK, and the other KGGS Garden City KS, one of the newest AM stations in the nation. They also make a SAH of 64/minute = 1.07 Hz. Standard remark about co-channel stations failing to coördinate. Skywave is still funxioning a sesquihiour after Enid sunrise at 1118 UT, now on the ownside after earliest 1113 UT a month ago (while sunset is now at its latest, 0153 UT): both still in with SAH at 1246 UT but during local ad break o not echoing: ad mentioning Dodge City, Garden City, Liberal. I can mostly null KGHM to get KGGS UT they rejoin Fox Sports Radio starting ith Fox Sports One (TV) promo. NRC AM Log shows KGGS day power is only 880 watts, but night power 1000; why? Too efficient antenna? Surely t`s not short-spaced to other 1340 graveyarders (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 1440, July 4 at 1236, 1244 and 1257 UT chex, open carrier/dead air from NNW/SSE, doubtless 50 kw KTNO University Park TX (The etroplex), supposed to be Spanish religion. Not the first time heard doing this, failing to save how many souls as a result?? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX ISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 1490, July 4 at 1237 UT, PSA about watching out for underwater rocks in Missouri lakes, rivers and streams. While visitors from the umerous surrounding states should also be warned about them, strongly suspect this is from a dentro-missouri station, of which there are three, in olla, Sedalia, and the closest in the SW corner, KDMO Carthage, a Joplin suburb; when will they update the name to Tunis? Earlier I was getting 310 Joplin, and now 1510 off-frequency het from Independence is still audible too (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Dinan Rogerio Antena vertical HF SWL migos alguem ja construiu ou ja viu alguma antena vertica para SWl feita com vara de pesca ou tubos de fibra de vidro, tenho em casa um tubo de fibra de vidro com 4 mts de comprimento e estava querendo transformalo em uma vertical, sera que alguem tem algum esquema, detalhes de construção ou dicas para tal coisa??? 73's - Dinan Rogerio - PU2UIB/PX2H9434/PY2162SWL Ivo Ivanov AZERBAIJAN Surprisingly daytime ZERBAIJAN Surprisingly daytime reception of Ictimai Radio with FM mode: on 11761vUNIDentified tx site to CeAs Azeri. 2 videos on une 28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_emn6ckgfq&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6g7ol5im_w&feature=youtu.be Alberto Suarez Tata CQ-Radio Amateur CQ-Radio Amateur Toda la actualidad escrita por y para radioaficionados Toda la actualidad escrita por y para radioaficionados Alberto Suarez Tata Radio-Noticias Radio-Noticias, revista digital de radioafición Revista española de radioafición, banda ciudadana y radioescucha Alberto Suarez Tata 12 Nuevos satélites con servicio para radioaficionados Un total de 12 satélites con frecuencias de radioaficionado se lanzaron el pasado 19 de junio a bordo de un cohete Dnepr 37. Entre estos destacan l BugSat-1 (baliza en 437,445 MHz), UniSat-6 (bajada en 437,425 MHz), Antelsat (bajada en 437, MHz, baliza en 437,280 MHz), anosatc-br1 (bajada en 145,865 MHz), Duchifat-1 (bajada en 145,980 MHz), los gemelos QB50p, Popsat-HIP-1 (bajada en 437,405 MHz), Pace (bajada en 437,485 MHz), PolyITAN (bajada en 437,675 MHz) y DTUSat-2 (subida en 1.268,9 MHz, bajada en 2.401,835 MHz). ambién destaca el lanzamiento del Tablet-Aurora, un satélite D-Star con un repetidor de los conocidos como tipo loro en 437,050 MHz (± 10 KHz) una potencia de 0,8 vatios. Entre sus característica, hay que señalar que puede grabar hasta 8 segundos de mensajes de voz. Incluye otros ransmisores en 435,550 MHz y 436,100 MHz cuya potencia se varía desde tierra con un máximo de 2 vatios. Serán usados para telemetría GMSK. 5

6 Dino Bloise Frecuencia al Dia Nº 385 -FRECUENCIA AL DÍA- [No. 385, Julio 4, 2014] En esta emisión: Argentina El Día Del Locutor Nacional. Cada 3 de julio se conmemora el día del locutor nacional. La tradición se remonta hasta En FAD un homenaje al día del locutor. Reportaje con Víctor Hugo González. -Escúchanos 24/7, 365 días desde: demas los siguientes temas: Frecuencia Análisis: Las noticias más importantes sobre telecomunicaciones y tecnología*** Ruben Walter Suárez: Información sobre concurso de TI*** El Informe Chasqui DX de Pedro F. Arrunátegui*** Alonso Mostazo: Pronóstico de la Propagación HF para el mes de Julio*** Miguel Ángel eyes: DreamWorks TV*** El Informe DX con Luís Gerardo Loyola. Escúchanos cualquier día, a cualquier hora haciendo click en nuestra página web de Programas DX: Síguenos en Facebook: -Nuestro correo electrónico: ino Bloise Productor: Frecuencia Al Día. Copyright 2014 Frecuencia Al Día / Dino Bloise. Este mensaje es enviado por DINO BLOISE. Con respeto a las leyes nacionales e internaciones las cuales nos rigen y siendo respetuosos con la privacidad de su persona, este correo puede ser removido enviando un mensaje "Cancelar Suscripción" al correo frecuenciaaldia[a]hotmail.com. Este envío no es considerado Spam, mientras se incluya la forma de ser removido. Tu espacio de los viernes. -Frecuencia Al Día, El más internacional- Glenn Hauser Logs July 5, 2014 ** CUBA. 5040, July 5 at 0144, RHC is off this frequency, while 5025 Rebelde remains on; still the same at 0521 check , July 5 at 0234, JBA RHC harmonic from 6070, vs CODAR, but at least escaping the hi noise level at home QTH, here near the intersexion of Cleveland & Rupe among a long line of parked vehicles to view the fireworx from Meadowlake Park & Lake to the east. We are right near a power line, ut it`s completely quiet, on the DX-398 with whip only (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * GREECE. 9935, July 5 at 0147, ERT Open on this new frequency again tonite, VG signal equivalent to // 9420, and merely good signal on // This time 9935 is also reported by John Babbis, Silver Spring MD. He says it`s Avlis transmitter 1, heard as early as 2300 July 4 with ignal, up to by 0200, 100 kw at 323 degrees, while 9420 is transmitter 3 with 170 kw at same azimuth USward, altho not sure how he nows these details. He was still not hearing which he says is 100 kw at 226 degrees. he 323 degree beam crosses the southern tip of Greenland, northern tip of Labrador near Ungava Bay, across Québec and Ontario to Lake of the oods, across USA from Minnesota to Arizona, near Denver and Albuquerque; only about 5 degrees off from Enid. Seems a bit further north/west han one would expect for general coverage of North America, but obviously still puts plenty signal into the east coast. Perhaps originally set up to go ight across Cologne, Hilversum and Edinburgh. Still on at 0235 with Greek song; don`t know when 9935 went off, but not on after is not in HFCC, but then NO AVLis registrations are now; Aoki agrees that 9420 heads out at 323 degrees (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENINIG DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 760, July 5 at 0306 UT, no WJR, but dominant signal on caradio is Mexican, ad mentioning Parral, PSAs. However, there is no 760 in Hidalgo del Parral, Chihuahua; likely the usual occupant, XEES, Antena 7-60 in Chihuahua city, tho listed by IRCA as only 500 watts at night, 1000 day. WRTH 2014, however says 10 kw fulltime, which is more like it, ``Antena Musical``. Cantú says 10/1 kw without the Musical. Take your pick (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. Another analog sporadic-e opening is underway when I turn on and tune in at 1418 UT July 5: 1418 on 2, `Sabadazo` show bug in lower left, with segment from a beach, peaks southwest. Televisa-2 star bug in LR; audio CCI from rap/dance usic in English 423 on 2, now they`ve added an -o, so ``Sabadazoo`` as current guest is a parrot 433 on 2, Sabadazo now features clown, and girl with teeth braces 436 on 4, algo with loud audio but hardly any video. This takes some doing, considering the 4.5 MHz MUF difference. I`ve long suspected certain exicans are still running 2:1 video/audio power ratio, analogically abandoned long ago in USA for 5:1 and then 10:1. It`s // something in the CCI on on 3, Grupo Pacífico oval 3 bug in UR, so XHQ Culiacán, Sinaloa; 1459 organ donation PSA/promo, finishing with animated YO CREO 1502 on 3, ``Grupo Pacífico`` audibly mentioned, 1503 DTV promo explaining about converters. So how much longer will XHQ remain DXable on analog 3? Until November 26, 2015 according to: ee also map at ut it must be outdated as claims already shutdown analog May 2014 in Monterrey, and border cities Nuevo Laredo, Juárez, all of which I am still eeing in analog in June/July! But I suppose ch 2 stations like XEFB, XEFE and XEPM could vanish at any moment 504 on 3, animated intro to CARRUSEL show for kids, then YL hostess in studio, soon two of them. This is still XHQ on 3, snapped several photos of XHQ with 3 bug in UR, this the sharpest altho color had dropped out: to be added to 513 on 3, stationary graphic about ``Fidel Gutiérrez`` audibly mentioned, turns out to be an ``Amber Alert Sinaloa``, i.e. missing (young?) person 1526 on 4, MUF up to here now with CCI 1529 on 3, another Amber Alert Sinaloa with mugshot. Bug in upper right now appears to be Pacífico`s stylized gull-in-flight enlarged in the oval, but no number 6

7 1530 on 3, back to show with 3 bug in UR 1532 on 4, it`s Televisa-5 net bug in LR with animation, soon gone 1539 on 4, shelf of football uniforms, pre-game show. Generic Televisa Deportes bug in UR, alternates with Televisa-2 star bug also in UR 539 on 2, // 4 but much CCI on 2; then 4 talking about boxing next Saturday, back to Copacabana for World Cup 540 on 3, still kidvid with two YLs 556 on 4, Belgian national anthem, // Univisión on cable 61 here, not synched by a few seconds. Also // ABC via KOCO-7, not ESPN-1 with Wimbledon. This 4 is very likely XHBS-TV, Los Mochis, Sinaloa 1612 on 4, built up to strong signal but also CCI; yet nothing on 5, on 5, now weak video here , FM from 88.1 Nevada: see U S A 1619 on 5, it`s WC FB // on 4, I am still seeing World Cup, but now with Azteca-13 bug in UR. Skip has evidently shifted to Hermosillo, Sonora, XHHSS-TV. So both major nets are covering the same game? In any given market is it only one or the other, or does both not matter? 634 on 4, back to Televisa Deportes generic bug UR for WC FB alternating with net-2 star. At the moment nothing visible on 2, 3, 5! 1659 on 2 & 3, only weak CCI remains 1659 on 3, fades in something letterboxed, evidently PSA for GNP, followed by ad for Nikzon (pronounced almost like Nixon), an haemorrhoid remedy, and then Bancomático; no bugs during these ads to distract customers 1701 on 3, Televisa Deportes graphic, photoed and back to game, snow-free for a while, Argentina beating élgica; then bug in LL says TECNOLOGIA TD LIBEROVISION --- apparently an interactive gadget for classic fútbol games wherein TD means not only elevisa Deportes but Tú Diriges. (I am not certain it`s still XHQ by this time.) 705 on 3, WC FB // UNI and ABC, and nothing on other channels 731 on 2, weak video CCI only; mostly gone, so lunch 840 on 2, bit of video but mostly nothing Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * NORTH AMERICA AM, July 5 at 0232, pirate music on very poor signal, but I am using only the whip on the DX-398 as I am remotely located near Meadowlake Park, south side of Enid, awaiting annual fireworx show with Enid Symphony Orchestra accompaniment (having heard the music earlier in rehearsal at much more pleasant venue of Enid Symphony Center. The live music is occasionally JBA from the loudspeakers at the lake when the wind is blowing the right way, so instead I accompany the explosions by KRMG-740 which at 0240 UT is playing a far-out version of the SSB and other patriotic music, perhaps to accompany fireworks in Tulsa.) O yeah, the pirate: this thread says it was X-FM featuring C-Quam stereo, numerous logs including minute-by-minute content from 0204 to 0512* (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. 530, July 5 at 0254 UT, even when I am much closer to Vance AFB for the fireworx, ``K530AM`` is quite weak on the portable. Must be running much less than the nominal 10 watts now, and probably no longer reaching the outskirts of OKC. Still with inane loops of PSAs about arseats for kids, what to do when a hurricane hits here (?! Not likely until sea level is 1200 feet higher), etc. (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING IGEST) * OKLAHOMA [and non]. 780, July 5 at 0249 UT, open carrier/dead air, obviously daytimer KSPI Stillwater once again failing to turn off the 250- att transmitter at sunset. When I null it, not WBBM but Spanish music from Mexico; when I don`t null it, other music probably from Pueblo nderneath. Recheck 0530 still OC, and now inhabiting the null is WBBM, the two making a fast SAH. FCC shows KSPI`s official July sunset is the ame as June, 0145 UT; August, 0115 UT (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * OMAN. 9500, July 5 at 0148, RSO on correct frequency tonight, poor in Arabic, instead of or (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING IGEST) * TAIWAN [non]. 9955, July 5 at 0147, Chinese on WRMI as I tune across, then English ID for ``Voice of Free China, Taipei, Taiwan`` and music robably national anthem. Must be an historical clip within PCJ hour on WRMI; over lite pulse jamming, tnx a lot, Arnie (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX ISTENING DIGEST) * U S A [non]. WORLD OF RADIO 1728 monitoring: confirmed on Hamburger Lokalradio, 7265-CUSB, Saturday July 5 at 1430 following another nglish show. Lacking any response lately on how summer reception is in Europe, I`m employing the Twente remote receiver in Netherlands. A bit oisy but sufficient and readable. Schedule there is 0630 & 1430 on Saturdays, repeated Wednesdays. Next: at 2330 on WTWW-2, 9930? We`ll see T Sun 0030 on WRMI-9, 9495 (maybe previous episode) T Sun 0400 on WTWW-1, 5830? We`ll see T Mon 0300v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB, etc. on 2130 on WRMI-9, NEW; etc. Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A remains silent from WTWW-2, July 5 at 0145, but BS is on 12105, WTWW-3 instead. WTWW-1 is still on 9475 apparently until 0200 witch to 5830 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 5050, July 5 at 0145, WWRB again has Brother Scare on this frequency and non-bs programming on 3185 instead. Not much atmospheric noise tonite to impede 3185 at midsummer (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 7

8 ** U S A. 590, July 5 at 0502 UT check, ESPN is strong and clear from KXSP Omaha NE (né WOW), after very weak to no signals previously, so back to 5 kw ND for now (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 88.1, July 5 from about 1610 UT I am waiting for Es FM DX now that MUF from western Mexico has reached channel 4-5. At 1616 UT fades in signal too strong to be either Okie, soul music in English; fade out until back at 1622 UT during Social Security promo about disability benefits, phone , which means Las Vegas NV. Non-ID ``A. C. Green Show on your Soul-School Station, 88.1 FM``, Boyz2men music, fade-out; recorded 1+ minute: UT back in with another SocSec promo on the A. C. Green Show, back to music and fade-out again. FCC FM Query shows: KCEP 201 C1 FM 88.1 MHz LIC LAS VEGAS NV US BLED KA kw 364. m ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY BOARD OF CLARK COUNTY WTFDA database disagrees on the power: KCEP 88.1 LAS VEGAS NV HD POWER 88 URBAN CONTEMPORARY hat fits for what I am hearing, but note the different slogan. No other FM DX in this opening (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 1130, July 5 at 0503 UT, SRN News, 0505 UT no ID and into gospel huxter. Fits for direxion of my semi-local KLEY Wellington KS, there being no problem from KWKH, which is supposed to be one watt at night, presumably 250 times that with daytime transmitter. NRC AM Log 2013 does not list SRN for KLEY nor a totally religious format, however. Don`t find any other likely 1130s with SRN either. SRN stands for Salem Radio Network, informally ``slanted radio news`` with its far-right religious agenda. Wasn`t it originally ``Satellite Radio News``? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Anatoly Klepov RUS-DX # 775 RUS-DX # Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya, and QSL world. Sunday / 06, July 2014 Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic versión - Time : UTC - Editor : Anatoly Klepov - QTH : Moscow, Russia -Web site : (Russian / English) - Groups : (Russian / English) RUS-DX may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and RUS-DX as source. RUSSIA olgogradskaya oblast. Volgograd. New FM station. Love Radio. 96,1 MHz WEB : (OnAir.ru) urganskaya oblast. Kurgan. ew FM station. Serebryant Dozhd. 107,1 MHz (kurgan.ru / OnAir.ru) Crimea GTRK "Crimea" be registered under Russian law. State TV and Radio Company "Crimea" plan registered under Russian law. This was told by the minister of internal policy, information and communications Crimea Dmitry Polonsky. According to him, for registration need to liquidate the company and on its base to create a new, in accordance with the laws of Russia. This procedure is necessary because the former founder GTRK Ukraine is represented by the State Committee for elevision and Radio. "This is exactly the same state broadcaster, the owner will be the Republic of Crimea, and the governing body of the Ministry of internal policy, information and communications," - said D.Polonsky. The Minister explained that the ownership structure of the property goes all GTRK addition, employees will be broadcasting company appropriately reissued at work. "Moreover, it is a new entity, in accordance with Russian aw, apply to the Roscomnadzor for a license to broadcast on the territory of the Republic. Because STRC "Crimea" - it's not just TV, but also wired nd FM-radio "- said D.Polonsky. (allcrimea.net / OnAir.ru) "RUS-DX PLUS" PARTNER CHANNELS AND INTERNET BC-DX 1167, 29 June edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany ZERBAIJAN [Nagorno-Karabakh] I received from Mikhail Timofeyev: Ivo, I have one question: one unidentified ME/SoAS tation is on khz with awful modulation/audio during the evenings at UT at least, and at other time, maybe even 24 hours. Their ransmitter is faulty and their wide signal is between and khz. Do you have any info about it? ooks like as Radio Karabakh on 9677 khz, or faulty Egyptian tx, etc. hanks! requency change of Ictimai Radio (+Voice of Justice, Voice of Talyshistan) NF vSPK 010 kw ND to CeAS Azeri, ex9677.5v khz. Mikhail Timofeyev-RUS via Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx June 21) n Austrian-German newsgroup A-DX discussed yesterday also: zerbaijan / Armenian Nagorno-Karabakh??? Log: Ictimai Radio khz at 1857 UT, for the first time checked on at my rx side today June 22: Center frequency is approx khz, but broadband scratch-spikes on khz on the Perseus Screen visible, today June 22 at 1640 UT. Frequency change of Ictimai Radio (+Voice of Justice, Voice of Talyshistan) Not bad FM mode audio tonight, here my receiving figures on Perseus set. 8

9 uner set to khz lower flank, (though center Ictimai Radio QRG is still khz) FM mode, mostly Turkish style music of female singer, selected 50 khz bandwidth, latter narrowed by mouse click to 26 khz bandwidth, on to khz wide space portion, cut/deleted Zanzibar anzania khz space, as well as khz RTA Issoudun Arabic too. S=9+10dB -64dBm at 1915 UT June 24. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 22/24) Log: Ictimai Radio khz at 1857 UT.? TV ist Mitgliedssender des Eurovision Dance Contest, des Junior Eurovision Song Contest und des Eurovision Song Contest, bei dem Aserbaidschan mehrfach erfolgreich abschneiden und 2011 gewinnen konnte. Gestern hatte Mikhail Timofeyew in St.P. schon nach dieser kratzigen Audiomodesendung bei khz gefragt. Ist das diese unsaegliche Audio Station von 9677 khz technisch aus Nagorno-Karabakh. Ist die nicht eher Armenisch National und Nicht-Azeri ausgerichtet? (wb.) a, aber das jetzt ist wohl der oeffentlich-rechtliche / staatliche / (?) Sender aus Aserbaidschan, der vor einigen Monaten auch schon nahe der 9677 khz gesichtet wurde, vielleicht die Antwort auf die Voice of Justice. Geloggt in A-DX m.w. erstmals am von Patrick, spaeter im September dann noch zweimal. Offenbar gibts gerade leider keinen Livestream von diesem Sender. (Daniel Kaehler-D, A-DX June 22) ZERBAIJAN Frequency change of Ictimai Radio. Very awful modulation/audio during the time period at least and at other time, maybe even 24 hrs NF 11761vUNIDentified tx site to CeAS Azeri, ex9677,5v. Between totally blocked by R.Liberty in Russian. ther stations on khz HAB 100 kw non-dir to CeAM Spanish Radio Habana Cuba SZG 100 kw 165 deg to CHN Chinese China Nat.Radio KAM 500 kw 274 deg to SoAM Spanish VOIRI/IRIB SIR 500 kw 336 deg to WeAS Azeri VOIRI/IRIB HAB 100 kw non-dir to CeAM Spanish Radio Habana Cuba KUN 500 kw 135 deg to AUS English China Radio Inter KUN 500 kw 135 deg to AUS English China Radio Inter HAB 100 kw non-dir to CeAM Esperanto Sun R.Habana Cuba LAM 100 kw 055 deg to EaEUR Russian Radio Liberty HAB 100 kw non-dir to CeAM English Radio Habana Cuba HAB 100 kw non-dir to CeAM French Radio Habana Cuba HAB 100 kw non-dir to CeAM Spanish Radio Habana Cuba trong QRM in Sofia from other stations adjacent channels 11755/ ISS 250 kw 165 deg to WeAF Yoruba Adventist World Radio EMR 500 kw 092 deg to WeAS Dari/Pashto/Uzbek VOTurkey ISS 500 kw 194 deg to NoWeAF Arabic Radio TV Algerienne ISS 500 kw 194 deg to NoWeAF French Radio TV Algerienne ISS 500 kw 194 deg to NoWeAF Arabic Radio TV Algerienne urprisingly daytime reception of Ictimai Radio with FM mode audio hortwave vUNIDentified tx site to CeAS Azeri. (Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 28) USSIA [Bashkortostan] Former KGB station fit for digital television and radio broadcasting. GUP "Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network" ("RTRS") begin to deploy in Bashkiria digital broadcasting infrastructure. Thus, near tation "Altai" in the woods behind the Ufa State Circus, "RTRS" build mini telecentre for the formation of so-called "multiplex" digital package et of radio and television stations. y the end of summer in the forest park on the street will Zaorge building hardware, pre-its construction is estimated at 8.6 million rubles. The uilding will be built on the border RTPTS "Altai" - one of two former KGB radio BASSR engaged "Jamming" the content of Western radio stations in he Soviet era. In the 80s "Altai" used for network deployment of the first Soviet mobile, now the station is busy broadcasting fm-commercial tations. However, technical premises radio station still filled complexes to create interference "VYAZ". eployment of digital broadcasting in Bashkortostan was divided into five stages contingent. But the last four years, plans have been adjusted for etwork components: network eventually dropped from 295 to 216 broadcasting stations. or example, according to the original plans 150-meter antenna mast had to build in Ufa, in the village and Belebey Starogusevo Bakalinski district. But after adjustment, 150-meter tall structure were only Belebey and Ufa. In other settlements Bashkiria height masts will not exceed meters. Most powerful transmitters 2 kw install in Ufa Starogusevo, Novonagaevo, Naumovka and Buraeva. Before starting full broadcast "RTRS", in June and October, the poll of viewers and listeners about their knowledge in the digital broadcasting standard and ready to move to the new signal as well as the saturation of households digital set-top boxes "and their readiness to purchase." revious five years RTRS tried to negotiate with the "Bashinformsvyaz" sharing communications infrastructure remaining from the Soviet times, but id not find understanding enterprise. uring one of the turns of forensic legal war perished station RV-1 Comintern, Bashkir signalers demolished it, and the land under it later began to xplore the construction of housing and water park "Planet". In January 2012 ode "RTRS" launched an advertising campaign of the federal arget program "Development of Broadcasting in Russia in " n central TV channels spinning rollers, where the famous TV presenters explain the benefits of digital TV and radio. However, in the final frame, the map of the country, representing the territory of the federal program of action, instead of Bashkiria was whitened outline. Those advertisements and posted on Youtube, also decorated with a map on which the republic against the background of the entire country, highlighted by a white spot. Many people pay attention to it and wondered whether the republic is not disabled from digital television programs and radio. Later RTRS explained hite spot on the site of the republic "brain pre-installation version of the roller." (source <mkset.ru> <OnAir.ru> RUSdx June 22) 9

10 wo TX locations in Ufa, Bashkortostan Ufa former TX installation [exlw 162] 198 khz 150kW 350m mast, 693 khz, 105 m tall mast N E ear UFA, in the woods near Yazykovo. Former KGB radio BASSR engaged "Jamming" the content of Western radio stations in the Soviet era, x 4485 khz 17 kw, at N E Belebey Bashkorstan digital 105 m mast N E &spn= %2C &z=18&l=sat%2Csat (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 22) USA [non] RFA A-14 Sendeplan. Da muss ich mir mal die Zeit nehmen, um die Plantage zu checken... hier die gesammelten Werke vom 20. Juni. Das taegliche Frequenzhopping auf 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21 MHz raubt mir die Lust, den ganzen Krampf oefters anzugehen. Meine Listung vom 20. uni pro Wochentag, kann schon in den naechsten Tagen voellig differierend sein, da kann man sich nicht darauf verlassen. RUS 648 khz Koreanisch von der Mittelwelle Vladivostok-RUS ist eingestellt. RUS 7210 Irkutsk-RUS ist eingestellt. Dafuer zeitweise die neue MW 1188 khz aus Seoul, da kommt zukuenftig noch eine zeitliche und technische Erweiterung? Die Kurzwellen Vietnamesisch-Sendungen aus Taiwan sind auch eingestellt, - vielleicht aber nur temporaer, wegen der technischen Hardware Neund Umbauten in Taipei Tanshui und Pao Chung, die MW aus Taiwan gibt es aber noch im RFA Sendeplan. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 20) ntario DX Association rovince of Ontario, Canada. - Target Listening - June 2014 by Country - Harold Sellers bkhazia [separtist area of Georgia] psua Radio * Abkhaz, * Russian 9535 irregularly Mon, Wed & Fri. rmenia Radio Sadaye Zindagi *1500- Dari, * Pashto oice of Armenia * irregular, Armenian; * Farsi (Ivo, DX Re Mix News via DXLD Mar 8/14) zerbaijan adio Fedaletin Sesi / Voice of Justice * * /Sa, * * Tu/F, v, in Azeri. elarus adio Belarus, Belarussian * * English 2020(2000- Tu/W/F)-2200* 7255, yrgyzstan yrgyz National Radio, First Program 4010, 4795, 821 *0000> in Kyrgyz and Russian. ithuania adio Free Asia * * Uyghur ridnestrovie (Moldova) adio Miraya * * 11560, in English & Arabic. (see South Sudan). enge Kurdistane * >, < * Kurdish (Ivo, DX Re Mix News, Mar 28/14) ussia (European) adio Magic Eye * * Fridays only, Russian, ajikistan Radio Tajikistan < > Tajik Democratic Voice of Burma * * Burmese & dialects (Hashimoto via DXLD Mar 31/14) Radio Free Asia * * Tibetan (Sellers June 14/14) Uzbekistan NHK World Radio Japan * * English atican Radio * * English

11 PLAY LAY-DX 1619 electronic - 28 June Editor : Dario Monferini, Milano, Italy Ivan Lebedevsky yritsa, Russia. Receiver : PL660 Tecsun Report : SW Log for utc, khz, Belaruskoye Radio, in belorussian, good signal KTUELL Rhein-Main-Radio-Club Zeitschrift für Rundfunkempfang, Kommunikation und neue Medien ahrgang 40 Heft. 192 Nr änder & Sender edaktion: Heinz Schulz US - Russland ettung russischer AM-Sendeanlagen ie weitgehende Abkündigung der AM-Ausstrahlungen durch die Programmveranstalter Rossija Segodnja und WGTRK hat, wie die Onlinezeitung enta.ru berichtet, den Sicherheitsrat der Russischen Föderation auf den Plan gerufen. Laut Lenta.ru entschied der Sicherheitsrat am 19. Mai, eine eue, wahrscheinlich beim Verteidigungsministerium anzusiedelnde Behörde zu gründen, die 2016 die betreffenden Sendeanlagen in ihre uständigkeit übernehmen solle. Im Vorfeld werde der Sendernetzbetreiber RTRS für 2015/16 eine Sonderzuwendung von 3 Milliarden Rubel (63 io. Euro) erhalten, um die entfallenen Ausstrahlungen wieder aufzunehmen. Die Einnahmen, die RTRS durch die von Stimme Russlands / Rossija egodnja und WGTRK ausgesprochenen Abkündigungen verlor, beziffert Lenta.ru für die Jahre 2013/14 auf rund 800 Millionen Rubel (17 Mio. uro). Dadurch habe sich das jährliche Defizit von RTRS auf 2,5 Milliarden Rubel (52 Mio. Euro) erhöht. RTRS sehe sich deshalb außerstande, die icht mehr genutzten Sendekapazitäten noch weiter zu warten. Ein Sprecher von RTRS habe sich zu den von Lenta.ru vorgelegten Recherchen nicht onkret äußern wollen, jedoch eine Lösung dieses Problems als dringend bezeichnet. Bei weiterhin unterbleibender Wartung wird die ungenutzte endetechnik, wie Lenta.ru zutreffend festhält, in absehbarer Zeit unbrauchbar. Seit April gibt es in Russland keinerlei Rundfunkbetrieb auf angwelle mehr. Der Kurzwellenbetrieb beschränkt sich, sofern es nicht auch hier kurzfristig zur Einstellung kam, auf wöchentlich drei Stunden der egionalen Rundfunkgesellschaft in Maikop, abgestrahlt über die Sendestation Tbilisskaja im Gebiet Krasnodar. Im Mittelwellenbereich laufen jetzt och rund 40 Sender, darunter die Gleichwelle 873 khz mit Sendern in der Nähe von Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg, Moskau und Samara. Als esonderheit anzusprechen ist die seit dem 3. März laufende und in der letzten Ausgabe von RMRC-Aktuell bereits erwähnte Ausstrahlung von Westi M auf 1089 khz (Tbilisskaja, 200 kw), 1215 khz (Bolschakowo im Gebiet Kaliningrad, 1200 kw) und 1413 khz (Grigoriopol in Pridnestrowje, 500 kw). Sie ist für Hörer in der kraine bestimmt, wobei zu hinterfragen ist, wer diese Ausstrahlungen bestellt und bezahlt. Moderatoren von Westi FM zeigten sich zumindest in den ersten Tagen überrascht, als anrufende Hörer den Empfangsweg Mittelwelle nannten. Im Internetauftritt des Programms wird er bis heute nicht angeführt. (Quelle: rbb Medienmagazin) Offensichtliche Stilllegung der Sendeanlage Lesnoi Nach dem Kurzwellenzentrum Samara, das derzeit abgerissen wird, könnte der russische Senderbetreiber RTRS jetzt auch eine der Großsendeanlagen im Raum Moskau endgültig stillgelegt haben. Dies betrifft die Sendestation in Lesnoi, nordöstlich von Moskau an der Straße nach Jaroslawl, die auch unter der Bezeichnung Selenogradskaja (nach der Stadt Selenogradski) bekannt ist. Hier wurde bis vor kurzem noch die ittelwelle 873 khz von Radio Rossii betrieben. Nach Auskunft von RTRS läuft diese Ausstrahlung zur Zeit jedoch über die Sendestation urowskaja (nach der Stadt Kurowskoje) bei der Ortslage Awsjunino. Durch die größere Entfernung des Standorts (bereits ca. 100 km) ist diese mschaltung, zu der sich RTRS nicht weiter äußert, Hörern in Moskau aufgefallen, was die entsprechende Anfrage im Gästebuch der Moskauer RTRS- Filiale auslöste. Die Sendestation Lesnoi war 1941 mit vier Kurzwellensendern für Auslandssendungen in Betrieb gegangen. Nach 1950 wurde sie stark erweitert und erhielt, vermutlich über einen längeren Zeitraum hinweg, etwa 16 Sender mit einer Leistung von jeweils 250 kw und einen Park von orhangantennen. Zwei dieser Kurzwellensender wurden nachträglich auf den Mittelwellenbereich umgebaut und als gekoppeltes Paar mit 500 kw (wie es teilweise auch beim Kurzwellenbetrieb praktiziert wurde) über längere Zeit mit dem Programm von Radio-1 auf 1017 khz eingesetzt. In den 90er Jahren strahlte diese Anlage, abgesehen von kurzzeitigen Übertragungen zweier Privatstationen, vorübergehend das russische Programm von Radio Liberty auf 1539 khz ab. Schließlich übernahm sie den Betrieb der Frequenz 873 khz von der stillgelegten Sendestation Elektrostal. Einer ausländischen Fachöffentlichkeit bekannt wurde die Sendestation Lesnoi erstmals durch eine Besichtigung im Rahmen der Verhandlungen, bei denen Radio Nederland Wereldomroep die anschließend 1993 aufgenommene Nutzung der Sendeanlagen in der früheren Sowjetunion vereinbarte. Inwieweit Programme von RNW und anderen ausländischen Veranstaltern dann tatsächlich aus Lesnoi abgestrahlt wurden, ist nicht mehr zu ermitteln, da bei der Frequenzplanung nicht zwischen den einzelnen Sendestationen im Raum Moskau differentiert wurde. Die Sendestation Kurowskaja ihrerseits hatte den Betrieb 1964 aufgenommen. Auch hier entstand im Laufe der Zeit eine umfangreiche Kurzwellenanlage mit zuletzt mehr als 20 Einzelsendern, die wiederum meist in Paaren genutzt wurden. Sowohl hier als auch in Lesnoi endete der Kurzwellenbetrieb 2012; einer der beiden Standorte könnte möglicherweise auch schon einige Jahre zuvor zurückgezogen worden sein. Im Mittelwellenbereich sorgte die Station Kurowskaja bis 1998 für die Ausstrahlung von Radio Majak auf 549 khz und übernahm dann von einer zu schließenden Sendeanlage die ebenfalls von diesem Programm genutzte Langwelle 198 khz. Diese Frequenz wurde schließlich am 14. März 2013 zusammen mit der (zuvor noch ein weiteres Mal umgezogenen) Mittelwelle 549 khz abgeschaltet. Hauptantenne für den Mittelwellenbetrieb auf der Station Kurowskaja ist eine 257 Meter hohe Reusenantenne (ARRT-257). Der zwischenzeitliche Langwellenbetrieb dürfte über eine andere Antenne gelaufen sein, da die Reusenantenne mindestens einmal im Jahre 2010 zum Ziel einer offensichtlich illegalen Besteigung urde. Dabei bleibt offen, ob den Jugendlichen überhaupt die potentielle Lebensgefahr durch die Hochspannung klar war, die bei der jederzeit möglichen Aufschaltung eines Senders an der (nicht erkennbar geerdeten) Antenne angestanden hätte. (Quelle: rbb Medienmagazin) 11

12 RMRC Logbuch Redaktion: Michael Haun 4765,0 / 1756 / / TJK / Tojik Radio Vn. lokale Mx., Ansage by OM 1605 HKS Shortwave DX-ing from Bulgaria - Bulgarian DX blog UZBEKISTAN(non) Frequency change of Voice of Martyrs from July 2: NF 7530 TAC 100 kw / 065 deg to KRE Korean, ex ideo on July 2 on new frequency and video on July 1 on old frequency: vo Ivanov - QTH: Sofia, Bulgaria - Equipment: Sony ICF-2001D 30 m. long wire DX X RE MIX NEWS # from Georgi Bancov and Ivo Ivanov. I Date: July 04, 2014 ZERBAIJAN Surprisingly daytime reception of Ictimai Radio with FM mode: on 11761vUNIDentified tx site to CeAs Azeri. 2 videos on June 28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_emn6ckgfq&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6g7ol5im_w&feature=youtu.be ZBEKISTAN(non) Frequency change of Voice of Martyrs from July 2: NF 7530 TAC 100 kw / 065 deg to KRE Korean, ex wo videos on July 2 on new frequency and video on July 1 on old frequency: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lcb_qa1hcc&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjspg0egomw&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlil3zj_s-i&feature=youtu.be BC-DX 1168, 04 July edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany ERMANY Das Kurzwellenzentrum Kall hat mit Stand 15. Juni 2014 folgende Sendungen 6005 khz Radio Belarus in Deutsch Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews July 1) Hard ard-core Core-DX Digest, Vol 139, Issue 5 ll times are in UTC uly 1, 2014 Belorussian Radio HS 1 in Belorussian to EaEu 1603 on 7255 Minsk Kalodzicy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmynturi164&feature=youtu.be Belorussian Radio HS 1 in Belorussian to Eu, relay local stn 1553 on 7255 Minsk Kalodzicy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaicgi8yeq8&feature=youtu.be Belorussian Radio HS 1 in Belorussian to ME 1551 on 6080 Minsk Kalodzicy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zwtgyzbmrq&feature=youtu.be Ictimai Radio in Azeri 1633 on new UNID tx site, ex 9677,5v https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok7962n_e84&feature=youtu.be Ictimai Radio in Azeri 1642 on new UNID tx site, ex 9677,5v https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rclbqektl6q&feature=youtu.be ROADCASTING IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE ULGARIA ews on Radio Varna you can listen to and in Russian. rom 1 July this year, Varna Radio began broadcasting news in English and Russian languages. Every weekday at 11:30 radio bilingual introduces residents and visitors with relevant information, and at 19:00, seven days a week, you can hear the final news of the day, according to BNR. So regional radio station BNR in Varna revives its traditional program in foreign languages "Holidays". News in Russian and English, you can listen in Varna on the frequency MHz in active summer season - July and August. (newsbg.ru / OnAir.ru) «QSL World" lbania QSL received from the German edition of Radio Tirana for the reception 21/05/2014, UTC on 7465 khz frequency. The card with four mini pictures employees of the radio station. The report sent by electronic mail: (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") atican QSL received from Vatican Radio for reception in Russian on a frequency khz. The card - Francis Pope in Vatican Radio in studio he live broadcast of March 19, The report sent by electronic mail: (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") Germany QSL received from Missionswerk der Gemeinde Gottes Herford Admissions German language 03/26/2014 at frequency 3995 khz (via HCJB). broadcast program "Botschaft des Heils". Card numbered The report sent: (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") 12

13 Germany / Russia QSL received two from the "Voice of the Andes" from Voronezh in March and June reports. Confirmed frequencies and khz. Cards with iews of the night Voronezh and winter. Reports sent by electronic mail. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") ndia eceived QSL - card for the reception of AIR Eng. transmission on February khz. Pictured Indian Nat. holiday. People smeared with paint. hat's funny. (Alexander Golovihin, Togliatti, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx") QSL received by AIR for Special transmission for IRDR, khz. (Paul, Belgorod, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx") Received the same QSL. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") Received QSL - card of AIR for the reception on May khz ( ) broadcast IRDR. Very quickly, did not expect. (Alexander Golovihin, Togliatti, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx") QSL-card received from Voice of Tibet: 14/6/14/12 :00-12: 15/15543 khz (Editor) Canada Got 2 identical QSL-cards from Bible Voice Broadcasting Admissions Russian language , at the frequency 6130 khz. Set transmitter Nauen. And for the reception Persian , UTC on khz. Set transmitter Sofia. Reports sent by electronic mail in English: The card shows the new address: lso a new website address: (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") China QSL-card received from the French service of China Radio International for 07/05/2014 Reception at the frequency khz. The card aquarium fish. report sent by electronic mail: The card does not specify the time coupon. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radiodx") Poland QSL-card received from the Russian service for Polish Radio reception , UTC on the frequency 738 khz. The card pictures of four mini Gdansk. The report sent by electronic mail: (Dmitry utuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") omania SL received the May edition of the Russian Interradio Romania for the reception , UTC on khz frequency. The report sent by electronic mail: The card lock Bethlen-Haller. SL received the June edition of the Ukrainian EMI. The card Castle Bran. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx ') lovakia ho are tired of collecting QSL c two radios, which they usually confirm the report, may try to send empfangbericht in the German section. They onfirm the report now a special edition with the Slovak national ornaments, 6 or 8 cards in total. Graphic little dumb, but we have not seen this! ddress for reports: Like as heard at at 3985 and 6005 khz and in the evening on 3985 khz. (Andrey Kuznetsov / "open_dx") GERMANY Das Kurzwellenzentrum Kall hat mit Stand 15. Juni 2014 folgende Sendungen 3985 khz Radio Slowakei International in Deutsch Radio Slowakei International in Franzoesisch Radio Slowakei International in Deutsch 6005 khz Radio Slowakei International in Deutsch Radio Slowakei International in Franzoesisch 7310 khz Radio Slowakei International in Deutsch Radio Slowakei International in Franzoesisch ime in UT. Uhr Weltzeit (+2=MESZ) Frequenz (Sender) Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews July 1) (Editor) aiwan QSL received three of the German International Radio Service in Taiwan March, April and May reports and confirmed by the frequency 6185 khz. Cards numbered 2, 2 and Reports sent (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") urkey eceived QSL-card from the "Voice of Turkey" for the reception in German 13

14 02/05/2014 at the frequency khz. The card is the Prime Minister of Turkey children. The report sent by electronic mail: also sent another stand under glass and broadcast schedule in all languages. Received QSL-card (pictured Erdogan with children) from Russian edition for the May report. Received from the German edition of the QSL cards for the June report, confirmed the reception frequency khz. Card dedicated to the day of his father, which was celebrated in June. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") QSL today came from Voice of Turkey for 8 and May 26, 2014, khz are (Prime Minister Erdogan with children) and 2 cards from them with and frequencies. (Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") Received QSL-card from the "Voice of Turkey" for the reception in Russian / khz. Prime Minister Erdogan with children (Editor) Goluchil QSL - card from Voice of Turkey for hosting on May 10. (In April, not confirmed). Erdogan on the photo with the kids. Sent lining underneath tea and two cards with addresses and the broadcast schedule in different languages "Voice of Turkey". Envelope marked with commemorative stamp (Alexander Golovihin, Togliatti, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx") South Korea 'Strange' QSL KBS (Russian) for 6/17/2014, khz are (yellowish-gray picture with Naris. Chinese: Commemorative ceremonies of Lifetime-Wedding ceremony. Behind her a piece of paper stuck to the fields filled in and stamped.) That's something new! (Andrew, Tomsk, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") ndrew, this is their non-standard card. Valery Surikov specifically buys cards in traditional Korean style, put a stamp on them and fills as QSL-card! nother way to diversify verification cards, which they published only four per year. This card may be all you rarity filled in a single copy! (Vladimir Gudzenko, Luhovitsy, Moscow, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") apan QSL-card from the Russian service NHK World Radio Japan / May 1, 2014/6165 khz. Without a time and location of the transmitter. English Service radio shows all the data. (Editor) QSL Received several acknowledgments from RFA (Uighur program) : KBS - production fibers: RTi - sent vympelok (85 years); From the Vatican Radio QSL - for the reception on May 29 at khz. Pictured tehmuzeya building. Sticker and sent photos of Pope Francis. This is all interesting. (Alexander Golovihin, Togliatti, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx" & "open_dx") Recently received some electronic evidence: 1. From Radio Eli for the reception on May 29 at a frequency of 1035 khz. 2. From TWR for reception in Russian at a frequency of 7320 khz on 26 May. transmitter Nauen, Germany. 3. KTWR From Admissions English June 4 at the frequency khz confirmations from Media Broadcast c 2010 to 2014, GG, mainly broadcast Missionswerk Friedensstimme. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / "deneb-radio-dx") Grupo Radioescucha Argentino Conexión Digital Nº 778 POR TODOS LOS MEDIOS EN LA ONDA MEDIA - por Rubén Guillermo Margenet ESCUCHAS DESDE AMERICA ** CHILE 1480 R.LA AMISTAD 18/ UT. Música romántica en español. SINFO: con algo de fading permanente y casi sin QRM de otras emisoras sin ID. ** PERU 700 RED RADIO INTEGRIDAD 18/ UT. Programa «La Biblia dice» con el tema del amor y la consejería a otros producido por HCJB. SINFO: con ruido atmosférico y poco QRM de LV 3 de Argentina. ** PERU 1570 R.BETHEL 18/ UT. Programa «La voz de la liberación» con una predica. SINFO: ** BRAZIL 1040 R.CAPITAL 29/ UT. Vía Sao Paulo. Avisos de la emisora e ID. SINFO: ** CHILE 1110 R.LA FRONTERA 29/ UT. Vía Temuco. Aviso de la emisora y música ranchera. SINFO: con leve QRM de R. La Ciudad. ** CHILE 1400 R.LA AMISTAD 29/ UT. Vía Los Ángeles. Locutor da ID de la emisora, hora local y promoción del espacio de música bailable. INFO: * CHILE 1480 R.COMUNICATIVA 29/ UT. Vía Ovalle. Cumbias y música bailable. SINFO: con algo de sobremodulación. Sin audio esde 04. Apaga portadora 0415 aprox. Espurios en: ; * COLOMBIA 1070 R.STA FE/ Q'HUBO. 29/ UT. Baladas y cumbias e ID. SINFO: laudio Galaz - Rx: Tecsun Pl Ant: hilo 30 mts. - Qth: Ovalle, IV Región, Chile. MISCELANEAS - por Arnaldo Slaen LA A RADIO EN LA LITERATURA: TERRITORIO COMANCHE Nota enviada por Juan Franco Crespo, desde España 14

15 En esta ocasión las referencias radiales las encontré en una obra que es toda una experiencia de uno de los muchos corresponsales de guerra españoles y que en su día hizo correr ríos de tinta sobre ese mundo, a veces sórdido, a veces de mentirijilla porque te venden una novela que te rees verosímil y en realidad era todo un montaje. En definitiva, una obra que nos habla de ese endiablado mundo donde al parecer algunos se rocuran su peculiar sesión de adrenalina sin importar el cómo y el cuándo. Los corresponsales de guerra, como los reporteros gráficos en los onflictos, no dejan de contribuir con su peculiar tributo de sangre a una de las profesiones más difíciles (al menos cuando estás en territorio omanche en palabras del autor) y, sobre todo, cuando es un conflicto larvado siglos atrás y grabado en el ADN de la gente que odia prácticamente esde que nace. erritorio Comanche de Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Random House Mondadori, Barcelona 2000, 135 páginas. En ellas nos narra la peripecia vital del autor (novelada evidentemente) por aquellas tierras balcánicas donde se desató, con encarnizada y cruda realidad, la flaca, en toda su magnitud y olvió a teñir el suelo europeo de esa violencia enquistada que no nos hace, precisamente, la vida fácil porque unas generaciones tratan de domeñar a las que llegan en el difícil arte de complicarles la existencia con soflamas políticas y sueños de bienestar que, en realidad, nunca llegan y a lo umo, como diría Winston Churchill: sólo tenemos sangre, sudor y lágrimas. En fin, ya sabemos que hay gente para todo, incendiarios que se les llena la boca de consignas absurdas y enturbian el devenir de los pueblos. Hasta cuándo tanta idiocia colectiva? Este texto, novelado, es estremecedor. En sus páginas nos narra con toda crudeza aquel conflicto en donde ese medio libre y volador llamado radio en onda corta y que tan mal la están dejando en estos inicios de centuria en donde una década se ha llevado lo más granado de la radiodifusión internacional [o al menos en la mayoría de los países occidentales los listos de turno han conseguido callar las voces de periodistas e nvestigadores de primera mediante el resultado de endeudar (primero) a los gobiernos y después hacerles el harakiri que nos ha convertido en nos paganos a perpetuidad si nadie lo remedia] y de paso, lo que más cita, el medio natural del entonces corresponsal de guerra: LA TELEVISIÓN, onde nos encontraremos alguna que otra anécdota que nos recuerda que, a pesar de los conflictos, los hombres siguen siendo humanos [casi he stado a punto de escribir los hombres y las mujeres, cuando en realidad, en nuestro idioma, no se requiere tal ingeniería lingüística por mucho ue nos lo quieran meter con calzador, la estulticia ya nos ha colado el gol con el género y otras zarandajas], así que vamos al grano y, irectamente, al meollo de lo que dice sobre radio y televisión.. Como siempre, entre corchetes, va la página en la que está inserto el texto que nos nteresa. Enloquecido por el miedo y la desesperación. Según el Sony ICF de onda corta y la BBC, en un pueblo vecino la Armija había descubierto una fosa on cincuenta y dos cadáveres de musulmanes maniatados. [17] Le fastidiaba que Barlés o cualquier otro se le metiera en cuadro mientras grababa niños muertos entre ruinas, aunque a veces, cuando ya no podía más, dejaba la cámara en el suelo y también se ponía a remover escombros; pero sólo cuando tenía suficiente imagen para minuto y medio en el elediario. -Quiero ese puente Esa era la razón de que permanecieran allí en lugar de largarse como todo el mundo, a pesar de lo tarde que era: menos de res horas para la segunda edición del Telediario y aún había de por medio cincuenta minutos de viaje por malas carreteras hasta el punto de misión.. Márquez lo hacía situarse para las entradillas en lugares difíciles, donde cuesta concentrarse mientras uno habla ante el micrófono porque está ás atento a lo que puede llegar que a lo que dice. [22/23] El problema de la tele es que no puede contarse la guerra desde el hotel, sino que es preciso ir allí donde ocurren las cosas. Uno llega, se pone ante la Betacam con plano medio y el aire a su derecha y empieza a largar. [24] Horas después aquellas imágenes iban a dar la vuelta al mundo, y TVE las estuvo utilizando casi un año como reclamo publicitario de sus servicios nformativos; pero en aquel momento, a Márquez y a Barlés los servicios informativos les importaban un carajo. [36] -Ya no queda guerra decía, partiéndose de risa al recordar. También Christiane Amanpour recordaba aquel episodio entre whisky y whisky, a la luz de las velas en Sarajevo mientras la artillería serbia sacudía afuera y Paul Marchand intentaba, sin éxito, llevársela a la cama. Marchand era un independiente que trabajaba para varias radios francesas. [38/39] las colas del pan y todo eso, y el promedio venía a ser de un periodista muerto o herido cada seis días; le habían dado hasta a Martin Bell, de la BBC, mientras su cámara lo filmaba en directo, y eso era como ir a Roma y darle candela al Sumo Pontífice en plena audiencia papal. [44] herían y evacuaban con tanta rapidez que no daba tiempo a saber sus nombres; como aquel productor de la ABC a quien, viniendo del aeropuerto, un francotirador le metió la bala explosiva en los riñones, justo entre la T y la V de la gran TV que lucía en la trasera de la furgoneta y lo dejó listo de papeles cuando aún no llevaba veinte minutos en la ciudad. [46] De cualquier modo ese alguien, a la espera de una carta o una noticia, tal vez pendiente de la radio intensos combates en Bosnia Centralignoraba aún que el objeto de sus pensamientos era un trozo de carne pudriéndose al sol en la carretera [48/49] Todavía era preciso viajar hasta el punto de edición, una casa rodeada de sacos terreros con un grupo electrógeno y una parábola en el techo, donde trabajaban Pierre Peyrot y la gente de EBU. Aún así, la transmisión se interrumpía a veces por un fallo en las líneas, un defecto en la señal de envío, un apagón del grupo Barry era un tipo fuerte, siempre de buen humor, que hablaba a través del teléfono por satélite con su mujer filipina en una curiosa mezcla de angloespañol, y antes de colgar le decía te quiero Los de EBU eran un equipo mercenario muy bueno en su trabajo, que daba servicio de transmisión por satélite a las televisiones integradas en la red de Eurovisión. [57/58] Manucher contaba chistes iraníes incomprensibles, y Arianne, la corresponsal de France Inter que a veces se parecía a Carolina de Mónaco, le chuleaba a Barlés paquetes enteros de kleenex porque se le habían terminado las compresas. [58] Bastaba un retraso de cinco minutos, una descoordinación de satélite, para que la información se quedara vieja y no valiese una puñetera mierda. [59] Los hoteles elegidos como cuartel general por los reporteros contienen un mundo singular y pintoresco: equipos de televisión entrando y saliendo, cables que cruzan el vestíbulo y las escaleras, baterías cargándose en cualquier enchufe, parábolas de teléfonos y equipos de transmisiones por todas partes, el bar sometido a expolio sistemático, apagones, velas en las habitaciones, camareros, soldados, proxenetas, furcias, traficantes, taxistas, espías, confidentes, policías, intérpretes, dólares, mercado negro, fotógrafos sentados en el vestíbulo, tipos con la Sony pegada a la oreja escuchando France Inter o la BBC [60] En Bucarest iba cada día a la televisión local a transmitir el material grabado para los telediarios, y cada vez entraba y salía arrastrándose por el suelo, porque todo el mundo le disparaba. Nunca le habían pegado tiros antes, pero se aficionó tanto a aquellos que cuando no tenía crónica iba de todas formas con tabaco y whisky para los técnicos rumanos, que lo adoraban y terminaron queriendo casarlo con una montadora de vídeo- muy guapa. [68] 15

16 María la portuguesa, que era corresponsal de radio y cantaba fados y espirituales negros cuando se mamaba; Pinto, reportero estrella de la RTP a pesar de que estaba loco como una cabra María la portuguesa le pidió permiso a Fernando Múgica para lavarse en su habitación del Holiday Inn, y después se quedó dormida en la cama, completamente desnuda y boca arriba. Tenía unas tetas estupendas, así que, al encontrársela allí, Múgica fue en busca de Barlés y pasaron la tarde sentados los dos frente a la cama, tomando copas y charlando mientras contemplaban el paisaje. [80] De todos modos, como decía el corresponsal de EFE Enrique Martínez entre chupada y chupada a su vieja pipa, regalo de Arafat en Beirut, Jorge [Melgarejo] era reportero de la Radio Vaticana en castellano; así que, en su caso, los milagros tenían poco mérito: iban a cargo de la empresa. [81] Solía llevar en los bolsillos del chaleco linterna, bloc, bolígrafos, un mapa, acreditaciones de los tres bandos y la ONU, pasaporte, dólares, marcos, aspirinas, navaja suiza, fósforos protegidos en un condón, potabilizadora, grabador, botiquín de emergencia, Pharmatón Complex, tira de goma para torniquetes, radio Sony ICF/SW. [86] Aquella misma Jadranka, el amor platónico del pequeño Rado, estaba ahora en el Nissan, anotando las noticias que escuchaba por la radio, y levantó la cabeza para mirar a Barlés, preocupada, cuando éste abrió la puerta del coche. [104] Quince minutos hasta Cerno Polje y casi una hora hasta el punto de emisión, si todo va bien. Peyrot les haría un hueco en el satélite, y transmitiendo en bruto llegarían a tiempo para el Telediario. [134] se acabó lo que se daba. Esto es lo que dio de sí una novela que se lee fácilmente (salvo cuando te encuentras con topónimos impronunciables) y de una tacada. Vamos que te engancha y eso no es frecuente en la literatura de nuestro tiempo donde, los más, mezclan churras y merinas y acabas más zumbao que los corresponsales de guerra de los que habla Pérez-Reverte si no estás atento a lo que te están largando Seguimos con otros textos, pero esto ya queda para después del verano, si Dios no lo remedia y todavía hay gente que aguante mis tostones relacionados con la radio en la literatura. Toca cenar y salir pitando al dulce y reparador sueño antes de que vuelvan los mosquitos que me tenían frito Ya puedes poner repelentes, al final apareces como si vinieras de pasar la viruela. Las tormentas de estos días, con grandes destrozos en el agro de la zona, parece que nos dan un respiro contra estos insaciables insectos. Georgi Bancov and Ivo Ivanov DX RE MIX NEWS # 860 DX RE MIX NEWS # 860 from Georgi Bancov and Ivo Ivanov. Date: July 06, 2014 lso visit: <swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com> ; <youtube.com/user/swldxbulgaria> USA(non) Summer A-14 shortwave schedule of IBB from July 1: oice of America(VOA); Radio Ashna; Radio Marti; Deewa Radio: on 5955 UDO 250 kw / 280 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 7430 IRA 250 kw / 057 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 9325 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 7250 KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex 9340 VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex 9340 VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex 9340 VOA on 9340 UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex Daily VOA on 9340 UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex Daily VOA on 9340 UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex Daily VOA on 9340 UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex Daily VOA on 9855 IRA 250 kw / 020 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA on 9880 PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on UDO 250 kw / 030 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on 6030 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on 7365 GB 250 kw / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna on IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on 7305 UDO 250 kw / 276 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on PHT 250 kw / 283 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 283 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna on 5745 GB 250 kw / 190 deg to Cuba Radiogram Sun VOA 16

17 on 6135 SMG 250 kw / 146 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur on 7260 SAO 100 kw / 052 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur on 9815 KWT 250 kw / 220 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6030 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sun Radio Marti on 6080 BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf English VOA on 7405 GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sun Radio Marti on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on UDO 250 kw / 313 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex VOA on 7325 SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda VOA on 7340 SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda VOA on SMG 250 kw / 130 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on KWT 250 kw / 220 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda VOA on BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on IRA 250 kw / 267 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on 7325 SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda Sat/Sun VOA on 7340 BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda Sat/Sun VOA on KWT 250 kw / 220 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda Sat/Sun VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 4960 SAO 100 kw / 030 deg to WCAf English VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 138 deg to CSAf English VOA on UDO 250 kw / 313 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex VOA on 6030 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sun Radio Marti on 7405 GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sun Radio Marti on 4960 SAO 100 kw / 030 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on 6035 ASC 250 kw / 027 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on NAU 250 kw / 185 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 138 deg to CSAf English VOA on SMG 250 kw / 114 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA on UDO 250 kw / 313 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA on IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex VOA on 4960 SAO 100 kw / 030 deg to WCAf French Mon-Fri VOA on 6095 SAO 100 kw / 000 deg to WCAf French Mon-Fri VOA on 9885 SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to CeAf French Mon-Fri VOA 17

18 on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf French Mon-Fri VOA on 4960 SAO 100 kw / 030 deg to WCAf French Mon-Fri VOA on 6095 SAO 100 kw / 000 deg to WCAf French Mon-Fri VOA on 9885 GB 250 kw / 091 deg to CeAf French Mon-Fri VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf French Mon-Fri VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 335 deg to WCAf English VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on 4960 SAO 100 kw / 030 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on SAO 100 kw / 020 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on SAO 100 kw / 000 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on 5980 GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sun Radio Marti on 6030 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Tue-Sun Radio Marti on 5980 GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on 6030 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on UDO 250 kw / 006 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on UDO 250 kw / 018 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on UDO 250 kw / 030 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on 5745 GB 250 kw / 190 deg to Cuba Radiogram Sat VOA on 6030 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on 9805 GB 250 kw / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on SAO 100 kw / 076 deg to WCAf French Sat VOA on SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to WCAf French Sat VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WCAf French Sat VOA on UDO 250 kw / 280 deg to WCAf French Sat VOA on 6110 UDO 250 kw / 030 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on 9845 PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA NF PHT 250 kw / 283 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA, ex on PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 6110 UDO 250 kw / 030 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA NF 7460 PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to EaAs Korean VOA, ex on 7405 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on 9490 TIN 250 kw / 333 deg to EaAs Korean VOA on 9805 GB 250 kw / 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on UDO 250 kw / 006 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 315 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to EaAs Korean VOA on 6110 PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on 7365 UDO 250 kw / 054 deg to CeAs Cantonese VOA on 7405 GB 250 kw / 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti NF 7460 PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to EaAs Korean VOA, ex on 7495 UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9310 IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9695 UDO 250 kw / 311 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on UDO 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on SAI 100 kw / 310 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on TIN 250 kw / 333 deg to EaAs Korean VOA on NVS 250 kw / 120 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on UDO 250 kw / 014 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on IRA 250 kw / 267 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to EaAs Korean VOA on SMG 250 kw / 139 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on 7495 UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9310 IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9695 UDO 250 kw / 311 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio 18

19 on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 138 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6110 PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on 7365 PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to CeAs Cantonese VOA NF 7460 PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to EaAs Korean VOA, ex on 9845 PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on 9920 UDO 250 kw / 324 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA on PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to CeAs Chinese VOA on PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on TIN 250 kw / 333 deg to EaAs Korean VOA on BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA on SAO 100 kw / 138 deg to SoAf English VOA on PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to EaAs Korean VOA on LAM 100 kw / 077 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 321 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 321 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 321 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 321 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 321 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 321 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex VOA NF UDO 250 kw / 321 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex VOA on IRA 250 kw / 299 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA on GB 250 kw / 172 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on 5885 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 7495 KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on 9310 IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9320 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 9335 UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9695 UDO 250 kw / 311 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9790 KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on IRA 250 kw / 057 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on 5885 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 9320 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on SAO 100 kw / 020 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on IRA 250 kw / 057 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on SAO 100 kw / 000 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on SMG 250 kw / 184 deg to WCAf Hausa VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 138 deg to SoAf English VOA on 9310 IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9335 IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9355 UDO 250 kw / 311 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to CSAf English VOA on 7495 KWT 250 kq / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna on 9790 KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Ashna on 5885 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 9320 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on MEY 100 kw / 015 deg to SoAf Kirunda Sat VOA on SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to SoAf Kirunda Sat VOA on SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to SoAf Kirunda Sat VOA on GB 250 kw / 045 deg to WeEu Radiogram Sat VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 138 deg to SoAf English VOA on 7545 PHT 250 kw / 332 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA on 9310 UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9335 IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9355 UDO 250 kw / 311 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9565 UDO 250 kw / 304 deg to CeAs Tibetan VOA 19

20 on SMG 250 kw / 130 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio NF BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex VOA NF BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex VOA NF BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex VOA NF BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex VOA NF BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex VOA NF BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex VOA NF BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to EaAf Somali VOA NF NAU 250 kw / 150 deg to SDN Sudanese English Mon-Fri, ex on IRA 250 kw / 255 deg to CSAf Portuguese Fri VOA on ISS 250 kw / 140 deg to SDN Sudanese English Mon-Fri on SMG 250 kw / 146 deg to SDN Sudanese English Mon-Fri on KWT 250 kw / 185 deg to CeAf Swahili VOA on SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to CeAf Swahili VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf Portuguese Fri VOA on SAO 100 kw / 088 deg to CeAf Swahili VOA on 7495 KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on 9790 PHT 250 kw / 283 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Ashna on 6080 MEY 100 kw / 330 deg to CeAf English VOA on IRA 250 kw / 255 deg to CeAf English VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele VOA on 5940 BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele VOA on 7365 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA on 9310 UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9335 IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9780 NAU 250 kw / 095 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9850 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA on 9965 UDO 250 kw / 311 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on SMG 250 kw / 184 deg to WCAf English VOA on IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Kurdish VOA on SMG 250 kw / 130 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf Portuguese VOA on KWT 250 kw / 185 deg to EaAf Somali VOA on SAO 100 kw / 126 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to CSAf Portuguese VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 138 deg to CSAf English VOA on IRA 250 kw / 263 deg to EaAf Afan Oromo Mon-Fri VOA on ISS 250 kw / 130 deg to EaAf Afan Oromo Mon-Fri VOA NF SAO 100 kw / 076 deg to EaAf Afan Oromo Mon-Fri VOA, ex on IRA 250 kw / 275 deg to EaAf Afan Oromo Mon-Fri VOA on UDO 250 kw / 276 deg to EaAf Afan Oromo Mon-Fri VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to CSAf English VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English Sat/Sun VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele Mon-Fri VOA on 5940 BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 335 deg to WCAf English VOA on 9645 NAU 250 kw / 160 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur on SMG 250 kw / 146 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf Portuguese Mon-Fri on SAO 100 kw / 052 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur on IRA 250 kw / 251 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele VOA on IRA 250 kw / 255 deg to CSAf Portuguese Mon-Fri VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf English VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to CSAf English VOA on 9310 UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9335 IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9780 UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on 9965 KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Deewa Radio on KWT 250 kw / 185 deg to EaAf Amharic VOA on ISS 250 kw / 130 deg to EaAf Amharic VOA 20

21 NF ISS 250 kw / 130 deg to EaAf Amharic VOA, ex on IRA 250 kw / 275 deg to EaAf Amharic VOA on NAU 250 kw / 140 deg to EaAf Amharic VOA on GB 250 kw / 172 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6080 BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf English VOA on 5940 BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele VOA NF 9810 IRA 250 kw / 279 deg to CeAf French VOA, ex on SMG 250 kw / 170 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda Mon-Fri VOA on SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to SoAf Kinyarwanda Mon-Fri VOA on IRA 250 kw / 251 deg to ZWE English/Shona/Ndebele VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf English VOA on SAO 100 kw / 126 deg to CeAf French VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6080 BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf English VOA on 9600 SAO 100 kw / 052 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur on 9775 SMG 250 kw / 146 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur NF 9810 BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to CSAf French Mon-Fri VOA, ex on DHA 250 kw / 225 deg to EaAf Tigrigna Mon-Fri VOA on IRA 250 kw / 279 deg to EaAf Tigrigna Mon-Fri VOA on KWT 250 kw / 235 deg to SDN Arabic Afia Darfur NF ISS 250 kw / 130 deg to EaAf Tigrigna Mon-Fri VOA, ex on IRA 250 kw / 275 deg to EaAf Tigrigna Mon-Fri VOA on NAU 250 kw / 140 deg to EaAf Tigrigna Mon-Fri VOA on SMG 250 kw / 184 deg to CSAf English VOA on SAO 100 kw / 126 deg to CeAf French VOA on 5855 UDO 250 kw / 038 deg to EaAs Korean VOA NF 5915 PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to EaAs Korean VOA, ex on 7365 UDO 250 kw / 038 deg to EaAs Korean VOA NF 9810 BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to CeAf French VOA, ex on GB 250 kw / 045 deg to WeEu Radiogram Sun VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WeAf French VOA on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 6080 BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf English VOA on SAO 100 kw / 088 deg to CSAf English VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CSAf English VOA on 6070 SAO 100 kw / 100 deg to CeAf French VOA NF 9810 BOT 100 kw / 010 deg to CeAf French VOA, ex on SAO 100 kw / 114 deg to WeAf French VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WeAf French VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WeAf French VOA on 9565 GB 250 kw / 164 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on GB 250 kw / 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti on 4930 BOT 100 kw / 020 deg to SoAf English VOA on 4940 SAO 100 kw / 030 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-F VOAri on 4940 SAO 100 kw / 030 deg to WCAf English Sat/Sun VOA on 6035 SAO 100 kw / 000 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-Fri VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 010 deg to CeAf English VOA on 7325 SAO 100 kw / 335 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-Fri VOA on 9620 SAO 100 kw / 020 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-Fri VOA on 9885 SAO 100 kw / 335 deg to WCAf Hausa Sat VOA on 9885 SAO 100 kw / 335 deg to WCAf French Sun VOA on IRA 250 kw / 255 deg to CeAf French Sat/Sun VOA on NAU 250 kw / 190 deg to WCAf Hausa Mon-Fri VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf French Sat/Sun VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WeAf Hausa Sat VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WeAf French Sun VOA on 9620 BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf French VOA on 9675 SAO 100 kw / 020 deg to CeAf French VOA on 9885 SAO 100 kw / 335 deg to WCAf French VOA on IRA 250 kw / 114 deg to WeAf French VOA on 6080 SAO 100 kw / 010 deg to CeAf English VOA on BOT 100 kw / 350 deg to CeAf English VOA 21

22 NF 9620 ASC 250 kw / 027 deg to WeAf Bambara Mon-Fri VOA, ex NF WOF 300 kw / 180 deg to WeAf Bambara Mon-Fri VOA, ex on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WeAf Bambara Mon-Fri VOA on GB 250 kw / 094 deg to WeAf Bambara Mon-Fri VOA on 6135 UDO 250 kw / 030 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on 9845 PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to EaAs Chinese VOA on 6185 UDO 250 kw / 280 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 7430 IRA 250 kw / 057 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA on 9325 PHT 250 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese VOA Radio Liberty; Radio Farda; Radio Free Afghanistan; Radio Mashaal: on 5860 IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7585 IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5860 IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5940 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7585 IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5940 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7585 IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5940 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5940 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 9760 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on 7435 BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 9635 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 9740 BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Avari/Chechen/Chercassian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to CeAs Avari/Chechen/Chercassian Radio Liberty on PHT 250 kw / 021 deg to FERu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 9760 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 6075 BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on 6105 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on 7435 BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 9635 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 075 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on NAU 250 kw / 090 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 9760 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 9760 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda 22

23 on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on 9635 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 035 deg to FERu Russian Radio Liberty on 9760 BIB 100 kw / 105 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on 7220 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 9635 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 035 deg to FERu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on NAU 250 kw / 090 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on 7220 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on 7220 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7220 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on UDO 250 kw / 311 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on 7220 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 092 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 077 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on UDO 250 kw / 030 deg to FERu Russian Radio Liberty on 7435 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on LAM 100 kw / 077 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on PHT 250 kw / 349 deg to FERu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on 7435 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda 23

24 on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on 7435 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on 7435 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on 7435 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on IRA 250 kw / 334 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 077 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Mashaal on UDO 250 kw / 351 deg to FERu Russian Radio Liberty on 7435 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on 7435 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 077 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on LAM 100 kw / 053 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Pashto Radio Free Afghanistan on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on LAM 100 kw / 108 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to WeAs Dari Radio Free Afghanistan on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Turkmen Radio Liberty NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tajik Radio Liberty, ex on KWT 250 kw / 046 deg to CeAs Uzbek Radio Liberty on WOF 300 kw / 075 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on ISS 250 kw / 090 deg to CeAs Turkmen Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 053 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on IRA 250 kw / 340 deg to CeAs Tajik Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 077 deg to CeAs Uzbek Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 053 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda 24

25 on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5930 BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on 6105 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Avari/Chechen/Chercassian Radio Liberty on UDO 250 kw / 308 deg to CeAs Turkmen Radio Liberty NF BIB 100 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tajik Radio Liberty, ex on LAM 100 kw / 068 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 077 deg to CeAs Turkmen Radio Liberty on NAU 250 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Tajik Radio Liberty on NAU 250 kw / 090 deg to CeAs Avari/Chechen/Chercassian Radio Liberty NF 5860 IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda, ex 9390 UDO on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda NF 5860 IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda, ex 9390 UDO on 5930 BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on 6105 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on 7525 UNIDentified tx site to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7555 UDO 250 kw / 313 deg to CeAs Uzbek Radio Liberty on 9760 KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tajik Radio Liberty on 9840 LAM 100 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Russian Radio Liberty on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on KWT 250 kw / 046 deg to CeAs Uzbek Radio Liberty on UDO 250 kw / 300 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda, ex IRA 250 kw / NF BIB 100 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tajik Radio Liberty, ex on LAM 100 kw / 068 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty NF 5860 IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda, ex 9390 UDO on 7585 IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5930 BIB 100 kw / 063 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on 5995 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 6105 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Belarussian Radio Liberty on 9840 LAM 100 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on BIB 100 kw / 088 deg to CeAs Russian Caucasus Echo Radio Liberty on BIB 100 kw / 085 deg to CeAs Russian Caucasus Echo Radio Liberty on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7585 IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on IRA 250 kw / 316 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5995 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 9840 LAM 100 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Russian Radio Liberty on LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 5860 KWT 250 kw / 058 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7585 IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 5995 LAM 100 kw / 055 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 7455 UDO 250 kw / 335 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 9840 LAM 100 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Russian Radio Liberty on 5995 KWT 250 kw / 345 deg to EaEu Russian Radio Liberty on 5860 IRA 250 kw / 315 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda on 7585 IRA 250 kw / 310 deg to WeAs Persian Radio Farda Radio Free Asia from July 1: on 9510 IRA 250 kw / 057 deg to SEAs Burmese on KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to SEAs Burmese on TIN 250 kw / 280 deg to SEAs Burmese on 9350 DB 200 kw / 060 deg to CeAs Uyghur on 9400 SIT 100 kw / 079 deg to CeAs Uyghur on 9680 KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan 25

26 on 9885 DB 250 kw / 110 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DHA 250 kw / 045 deg to CeAs Uyghur on DHA 250 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DHA 250 kw / 050 deg to CeAs Uyghur on TIN 250 kw / 313 deg to CeAs Uyghur NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on U-B 250 kw / 230 deg to CeAs Tibetan on 9885 DB 250 kw / 110 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DHA 250 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tibetan on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan on U-B 250 kw / 230 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 313 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 310 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 310 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 309 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 310 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 309 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to EaAs Chinese on DB 200 kw / 117 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on SAI 100 kw / 310 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 297 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DHA 250 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tibetan on KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex 18950/ NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex 18960/ NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on 7470 U-B 250 kw / 230 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DB 200 kw / 125 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DHA 250 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex 18940/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex 18950/

27 NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex 18960/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on 7470 U-B 250 kw / 230 deg to CeAs Tibetan on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DB 200 kw / 125 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DB 250 kw / 110 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex 18940/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex 18950/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex 18960/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on 7390 IRA 250 kw / 057 deg to SEAs Burmese on 9335 TIN 250 kw / 279 deg to SEAs Burmese on SAI 100 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Khmer on TIN 250 kw / 279 deg to SEAs Burmese on 7470 U-B 250 kw / 230 deg to CeAs Tibetan on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DB 200 kw / 125 deg to CeAs Tibetan on DB 250 kw / 110 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex 18940/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex 18950/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex 18960/ NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on 7390 TIN 250 kw / 280 deg to SEAs Burmese on 9335 IRA 250 kw / 279 deg to SEAs Burmese on SAI 100 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Burmese on 7390 TIN 250 kw / 280 deg to SEAs Burmese on 9335 IRA 250 kw / 279 deg to SEAs Burmese NF TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to EaAs Cantonese Mon, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to EaAs Cantonese Tue, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to EaAs Cantonese Wed, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to EaAs Cantonese Thu, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to EaAs Cantonese Fri, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to EaAs Cantonese Sat, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 287 deg to EaAs Cantonese Sun, ex on 9370 DB 200 kw / 125 deg to CeAs Tibetan on 9455 SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on DHA 250 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on DB 250 kw / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 303 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 5820 TIN 250 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Korean on 7210 TIN 250 kw / 329 deg to EaAs Korean on 7455 TIN 250 kw / 329 deg to EaAs Korean on 9455 SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on DB 250 kw / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9370 DB 200 kw / 060 deg to CeAs Uyghur on 9555 DHA 250 kw / 045 deg to CeAs Uyghur on 9975 TIN 250 kw / 303 deg to CeAs Uyghur on TIN 250 kw / 303 deg to CeAs Uyghur 27

28 on 9695 SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 295 deg to EaAs Chinese on DB 250 kw / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9940 TIN 250 kw / 057 deg to SEAs Burmese on 5820 TIN 250 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Korean on 5890 TIN 250 kw / 319 deg to EaAs Chinese on 7395 TIN 250 kw / 321 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9355 SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9745 SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9975 TIN 250 kw / 329 deg to EaAs Korean on 5820 TIN 250 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Korean on 5890 TIN 250 kw / 319 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9355 SAI 100 kw / 300 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9745 SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9975 TIN 250 kw / 329 deg to EaAs Korean on SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 5890 TIN 250 kw / 319 deg to EaAs Chinese on 7260 TIN 250 kw / 323 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9355 SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9745 KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to EaAs Chinese on 5890 TIN 250 kw / 319 deg to EaAs Chinese on 6140 TIN 250 kw / 304 deg to EaAs Chinese on 7260 TIN 250 kw / 323 deg to EaAs Chinese on 7435 DB 250 kw / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9355 SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9745 KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to EaAs Chinese on 5890 TIN 250 kw / 319 deg to EaAs Chinese on 7355 TSH 250 kw / 205 deg to EaAs Chinese on 7435 DB 250 kw / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese on 7460 U-B 100 kw / 128 deg to EaAs Korean on 9335 TIN 250 kw / 333 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9610 TIN 250 kw / 329 deg to EaAs Korean on 9690 KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to EaAs Chinese on SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to EaAs Korean on 7505 DB 250 kw / 110 deg to CeAs Tibetan on 9370 SAI 100 kw / 325 deg to CeAs Tibetan NF KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan Mon, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan Tue, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan Wed, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan Thu, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan Fri, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sat, ex NF KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan Sun, ex on TIN 250 kw / 280 deg to EaAs Cantonese on SAI 100 kw / 270 deg to SEAs Khmer on 6075 KWT 250 kw / 070 deg to CeAs Tibetan on 9805 DHA 250 kw / 075 deg to CeAs Tibetan on 9815 KWT 250 kw / 080 deg to CeAs Tibetan on 9875 DB 250 kw / 110 deg to CeAs Tibetan on 9440 KWT 250 kw / 078 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 319 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 321 deg to EaAs Chinese on 9440 SAI 100 kw / 310 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 319 deg to EaAs Chinese on TIN 250 kw / 321 deg to EaAs Chinese 3! - Ivo Ivanov - QTH: Sofia, Bulgaria - Equipment: Sony ICF-2001D 30 m. long wire - Web: 28

29 Jorge Isacc García Rangel Antena DX Después varios meses de insistencia de parte del amigo y colega radioescucha Víctor Gutiérrez de Ciudad de Panamá, y agradeciéndole normemente el haberme incluido en el equipo de producción de su programa Antena Dx, desde el día de ayer estaré colaborando con una pequeña ección radial denominada "Mi Rincón Diexista". Estaré presentándoles cada 15 días las noticias más recientes del mundo de la radio nternacional, así como viejas grabaciones de emisoras ya desaparecidas, y por supuesto lo que podemos captar en nuestros receptores, ya sea por nda corta, onda media, frecuencia modulada y por Internet. Pueden escuchar Antena dx vía Internet en el siguiente enlace y si lo desean a través de las diferentes emisoras de Estados Unidos y América Latina que retransmite el programa. En este primer programa hablamos sobre la desaparición de las emisiones por onda corta de La Voz de América hacia el continente asiático, y el ratamiento que ha hecho la Empresa Brasilera de Comunicación EBC, en sus emisiones para el Mundial de Fútbol Brasil Fran Jr Antena Thevear Cód 416C migos, depois de muita procura por uma antena yagi monobanda pronta para a faixa de FM (88 a 108 Mhz) adiquiri essa antena, continuo usando omo antena interna por ter melhor desempenho dentro da cidade de São Paulo motivado por interferencia das emissoras locais potentes e pelas ádio piratas. maioria dos fabricantes desse tipo de antena faz só por encomenda pela baixa procura e pela dificuldade de transporte pelo tamanho da antena e edem para retirar na fábrica. Nessa antena da Thevear houve o empenho do gerente de vendas da empresa que enviou uma para revenda da cidade de São Paulo facilitando com isso a retirada, é uma antena yagi de 5 elementos com duplo refletor e dipolo dobrado na alimentação, é relativamente pequena com 1,80 metros: Estou tendo um desempenho bem melhor que a antena que eu usava antes uma log periódica transformada em Yagi de 5 elementos, outro detalhe que uso apenas 3 metros de cabo coaxial 75 oms suficiente para ir da antena ao rádio diminuindo as perdas de sinal. Fiz um video usando a nova ntena: 3 s Fran - São Paulo SP - Sony XDR-F1HD - Antena interna Thevear 416C Glenn Hauser Logs July 5-6, 2014; DXLD ** BRAZIL & 11810, July 6 at 0517, distorted spurs from RNA are again audible, but not overwhelming. So distorted that can only match to by the cadences, pauses (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CUBA. 5040, July 6 at 0305, RHC is back on tonight, and so is 5025 Rebelde (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** GREECE. 9935, July 6 at 0307, ERTOpen, another night using this frequency with very good signal in Greek music , July 6 at 0524, ordinary Greek music rather than Orthodox service which seems to be long gone from Sunday mornings; we miss that neat music. Now this is a better frequency than // 9420, more absorbed east of the terminator; and 9935 is off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** IRAN , July 6 at 0520, IRIB IS, fair with flutter. What`s coming up? Nothing! It`s the tail of the 0450 Russian broadcast and off by 0521*; 500 kw, 325 degrees from Kamalabad, also good for US (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** IRAN , July 6 at 0526, Qur`an followed by presumed NA, 0530 ``Inja`` ID implying Persian-related, but scheduled as Bosnian from VIRI at , 297 degrees from Kamalabad, to be followed by an hour in Italian 3 degrees further south, per Aoki. Of course, VIRI does not broadcast in its own language per se, just incidentally (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** KURDISTAN [non] , July 6 at 0526, poor signal with ME vocal music. It`s VOA Kurdish via Biblis, GERMANY, its reprieve still in effect (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NORTH AMERICA , July 6 at 0522, Station YHWH, anti-christian pirate on WWCR`s frequency! (but we`re sure he`ll never use it during their hours); good signal peaks but deep fades, still at 0537 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. 780, July 6 at 0253 UT, daytimer KSPI Stillwater again with carrier still on more than an hour after legal sunset, dominating requency by groundwave here (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * OKLAHOMA. 1640, July 6 circa 0245 UT, KZLS Enid-Hennessey-OKC is again playing country music, no doubt sibling simulcast from KNAH 99.7 ustang, instead of talk, its major format; recheck July 6 at 1217 UT its third format is dead air with hum (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** ROMANIA , July 6 at 0533, RRI very poor in English, // better 17760; 0535 `Week in Review` starting with support for Republic of Moldova entering the EU. A midnight-sun phenomenon, 13m propagable like this is 97 degrees from Tiganeshti while is 100 degrees from Galbeni, i.e. both for Asia over full-day path; 9700 is the 0530 frequency for North America at 300 degrees from Galbeni where we normally hear this (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 29

30 ** SAO TOME. 7260, July 6 at 0300, a bit of VOA`s `Yankee Doodle Dandy`, tone and off is supposed to be the *start of an IBB half-hour in rabic, per HFCC. Aoki clarifies it`s the Afia Darfur service to Sudan. Or has it been canceled? Supposedly not (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1728 monitoring: as suspected, no airing July 5 on WTWW-2 at former time of 2330 Saturday on WTWW-2 is off the air with its predominant BS programming on WTWW-3 instead, which continues July 5-6 at the Saturday/UT Sunday times formerly ccupied by WOR and QSO with Ted Randall. However, WOR was replaced on WTWW-1 (webcast but 9475 off the air then), Thursday July 3 at 2100 y Amateur Radio Newsline, and the same happened UT Sunday July 6 at 0400 on ed Randall has apparently taken extreme offense at something I wrote, objectively covering the increasingly disturbed WTWW transmissions, but he as never told me exactly what he wants to censor. Things are seething there behind the scenes as Ted is in a power struggle with George McClintock or control of WTWW, and WOR is apparently unwillingly caught up in this. All we want to do is provide the most accurate up-to-date news, mainly bout SW broadcasting without getting involved in internal station politix, while retaining our editorial independence, especially in DXLD. So WOR has apparently been pulled from WTWW, tho without the courtesy of notifying us. WOR confirmed after 0030 UT Sunday July 6 on WRMI 9495, but as often the case, it`s last week`s WOR 1728 confirmed on webcast, UT Monday July 7 at 0300 on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB. Next: Monday 2130 on WRMI [NEW; good for Europe and eastern N America] uesday 1100 on WRMI 9955 ednesday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB ednesday 1315 on WRMI 9955 ednesday 2100 on WBCQ 7490v Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A , July 5 after 2300, WTWW-3 is still Brother Scare, WTWW with SFAW, but WTWW-2 is still off, neither 9930 nor July 5 at 2359, canned Ted Randall QSY announcement to 5085, which would have been correct if this were still on 9930; continues on At 0035 July 6, still same situation: No QSO with Ted Randall on any frequency, and no WORLD OF RADIO either [see separate report]. 2105, July 6 at 0518, this frequency in the middle of the night has gone back to `Bible Worldwide` instead of BS, with canned Ted Randall nnouncement, introducing a Pastor Peter J. Peters segment in English, besides virtually 24/7 on WTWW-1 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENIG DIGEST) ** U S A. 9955, Sunday July 6 at 1230, poor reception from WRMI after preacher, but song about sugar cane opens what used to be `Viva Miami` ith ``Miami Vice`` theme; now I think Jeff called it `Viva Okeechobee`, and went on to talk about his dog and Applebee`s, but too poor to follow further Sunday continues to be a blank spot on the WRMI program grid still dated May 31. I suppose he shifts title from Miami to Okeechobee on a whim; but he spends so much time at the site now, why not? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 1090, July 6 at 0550 UT, open carrier/dead air, DF fitting KAAY AR, presumably instead of Brother Scare; what a marked improvement (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 1110, July 6 at 0255 UT, KFAB with sesqui-decade or older Art Bell show as he is recounting how when stationed at Amarillo AFB, he ran a pirate broadcasting station, which even made the ratings book in the city some miles away. Most people didn`t realize it was illegal. WTFK? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGESST) ** U S A. 1130, July 6 at 0502 UT, once again I have missed the ToH ID for suspected KLEY Wellington KS running 250 instead of one watt at night, already in SRN News. Then the hour is filled by `Restaurant Radio` with guest someone who has a show on cable TV`s Food Network; 0557 UT finishing with ad/plug for a taranto.com (?) restaurant in Chicago; show site is UT ad for CardGuard, and this time I stay tuned and awake for the next ToH ID at 0600 UT which is: ``The new Radio 11-30, KLEY-AM, Wellington`` plus singing ID of call letters, into more slanted radio news (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 1600, July 6 at 1216 UT tune-by ID in English for KRVA Cockrell Hill-Dallas TX, and right back to Vietnamese. Thank you very much. I don`t think I`ve ever heard the English slogan ``Radio Saigon`` as listed in NRC Log (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 1700, July 6 at 0540 UT, I am hearing two stations on different sports-talk nets, and not a hint of music, Tejano, or otherwise; therefore I conclude that KKLF Richardson TX must be off the air, leaving us with KBGG Des Moines IA and KVNS Brownsville TX to make a SAH of 228/minute = 3.8 Hz. Next check at 1219 UT, an hour after LSR, there is some music again (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** ZANZIBAR. 6015, July 6 at 0302, poor signal taken to be Arabic, but must have been Swahili as this is when everyone hears ZBC and only other thing in Aoki is Kazakh from PBS Xinjiang, Urumqi. On the PL-880 with whip only, as I am in downtown Enid awaiting another fireworx display, from outside the ballpark. Haven`t heard anything on for months in the period (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 1680, with KRJO Monroe LA off the air for financial reasons, I ought to hear some of the five other US X-banders; July 6 at 0545, there are two very weak signals, one with talk from NE/SW, making a fast SAH, perhaps WPRR, Public Reality Radio in Ada MI, if not the closer but weaker ISes in IA that KAZ has been hearing from IL (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ote: heavy sporadic-e opening almost all-day July 6 has yet to be compiled, from Canada, USA, Mexico; TV and FM, sometimes all at once! ote2: again having trouble with my main account. Mail acknowledged as ``sent`` is not sent, which has delayed circulation f this report. If it doesn`t clear up by July 7, may have to resubscribe to all my groups with a different address. lso held up notifications of the new DX Listening Digest 14-27: 30

31 Ontario DX Club New file uploaded to odxa Hello, This message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the odxa group. File : /ODXADX.pdf Uploaded by : luckywimpy escription : The first issue for July. May I reiterate that this is a current loggings column whereas CIDX's Messenger and NASWA's Journal are for hose who wish to submit loggings once a month or so. ou can access this file at the URL: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/odxa/files/odxadx.pdf o learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit: https://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?page=content&y=prod_grps&locale=en_us&id=sln15398 egards, luckywimpy Ontario DX Club ODXA DX REPORT August 11th 2014 Send your best DX WHEN YOU HEAR IT to: Send us just your best DX! The editor reserves the right to decide what DX tips will be published. All DX tips are in English unless otherwise noted and all dates and times are in UTC. Newer tips are in blue and older ones are in black INDONESIA RRI Palangakaraya at 1203 in Indonesian with a woman with news and a lengthy interview - Fair Aug 1 Sellers-BC BRAZIL Radio Municipal (São Gabriel da Cachoeira) at 0015 in Portuguese with music and talk Weak and fading with static crashes Aug 1 Wilkner-FL 3385 PNG-NEW BRITAIN NBC East New Britain at 1155 with pop music and announcer in Tok Pisin then a woman with NBC news in English // 3205 and 3260 at Fair Aug 1 Sellers-BC 4055 GUATEMELA Radio Verdad at 1020 with Glenn Campbell's Try a Little Kindness and a C&W version of How Great Thou Art - Fair Jul 29 Coady-ON they play music for about 15 minutes before their 1030 sign-on - ed BOLIVIA Radio San Miguel at 2330 in Spanish with a man with talk Weak Aug 2 Wilkner-FL BOLIVIA Radio Yatun Ayllu Yura at 0010 in Spanish with a man and woman with talk and music Fair Aug 1 Wilkner-FL 4805 BRAZIL Radiodifusora do Amazonas at 1015 in Portuguese with a man with talk Fair Aug 1 Wilkner-FL 4810 PERU Radio Logos at 1030 in Spanish with enchanting music Fair Jul 29 Wilkner-FL PERU La Voz de la Selva at 0015 in Spanish with female vocals Poor with ute Aug 1 Wilkner-FL 875 BRAZIL Radiodifusora Roraima at 0010 in Portuguese with a male DJ and Brasopops Good Aug 1 Wilkner-FL 180 BRAZIL Radio Nacional da Amazonia at 0114 // in Portuguese with a man with brief talk and into a male ballad Very Good Jul 29 Coady-ON 270 UNIDENTIFIED at 0611 with a man and woman talking in English about America - Very poor Jul 30 Sellers-BC nothing listed on this frequency so my guess would be a Europirate - ed 355 ASCENSION BBC at 0622 with a business program looking at marijuana sales in Colorado - Good Jul 30 Sellers-BC 355 ALASKA KNLS at 1225 with a pop song then a DX feature at 1226 with Carl Mann looking at the dipole antenna - Good Aug 1 Sellers-BC 575 MOROCCO Radio Medi Un at 0533 in French with possible then English pop tunes at 0535 and a canned ID Fair Jul 30 Sellers-BC 665 BRAZIL Radio Voz Missionaria at 0208 in Portuguese with a female ballad then a couple of promos at 0212 and male pop vocals to 0218 and into a hymn Fair to Good Jul 30 Coady-ON 700 NEW ZEALAND RNZI at 1002 with a man with news then local weather and into Dateline Pacific at 1017 Very Good Jul 29 Coady-ON 830 TURKEY Voice of Turkey at 2157 with Middle Eastern instrumentals and a woman with This is the Voice of Turkey IDs then time pips at 2200 and a woman with ID, sked, and program highlights then news Very Good Aug 3 Coady-ON 1735 NORTH KOREA Voice of Korea at 1026 // with a female ballad then a woman at 1031 introducing a symphonic instrumental dedicated to Kim Il Sung Fair to Good Jul 29 Coady-ON 1560 PRIDNESTROVIE Radio Miraya at 0540 with ID and Sudanese pop song - Very good - Jul 30 Sellers-BC 1590 AUSTRALIA Reach Beyond Australia at 1243 with music and repeated ID of This is Reach Beyond Australia. Our programs on this frequency will commence shortly. then sign on at 1245 with good evening and welcome then frequency and meter band and into scheduled Hindi Fair Aug 1 Sellers-BC SOUTH AFRICA RFI at 0630 in French with a man and woman with news - Fair July 30 Sellers-BC CHINA CNR1 (Beijing) at 2105 // (Lingshi) in Mandarin with light female vocals then male and female promos from 2113 Fair Aug 6 Coady-ON CNR1's feed is often used by transmitters jamming VOA and other western-based broadcasters in Mandarin. Check for a // with known frequencies like these before logging VOA, Sound of Hope, or Radio Free Asia in Mandarin ed TANZANIA-ZANZIBAR ZBC Radio at 2001 in Swahili with East African vocals then brief OC and into a man with news at 2002 Fair Aug 3 Coady-ON SPAIN REE at 0130 in Sefardi with a woman presenting folk vocals then closing announcements at 0144 Very Good Jul 29 Coady-ON sked is Tuesdays only targeting Central and South America and Tuesdays only targeting North and Central America ed SRI LANKA SLBC at 0212 in Hindi with lively female vocals and a woman with talk Fair Aug 6 Coady-ON INDIA AIR (Aligarh) at 2323 in Hindi with female vocals accompanied by sitar then a man with talk at 2326 Weak Jul 28 Coady-ON 1915 SAUDI ARABIA BSKSA at 2100 in Arabic with Qu'ran chanting Fair with noise Aug 9 Forsythe-WI 5120 NIGERIA Voice of Nigeria at 0602 with a woman with news - Poor Jul 30 Sellers-BC 5140 OMAN Radio Sultanate of Oman at 2041 in Arabic with Middle Eastern music and into a woman with long talks Fair Aug 9 Forsythe-WI 31

32 15255 SOUTH AFRICA Channel Africa at 0606 with TC and news about the Ebola disease - Fair Jul 30 Sellers-BC VATICAN Vatican Radio at 0627 in listed French with IS and off - Fair Jul 30 Sellers-BC AUSTRALIA Radio Australia at 0624 with an ABC network program of pop music with two male hosts - Good Jul 30 Sellers-BC 1725 AUSTRALIA Radio Australia at 0637 // with pop music Weak Jul 30 Sellers-BC hanks to our contributors: Mark Coady in Ontario; Carlie Forsythe in Wisconsin; Harold Sellers in British Colombia; Robert Wilkner in Florida KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS I don't use a lot of abbreviations in this column, preferring to use complete words and phrases, but here are some you may encounter: CI adjacent channel interference (frequency usually 5 khz apart); CCI cochannel interference (same frequency); CODAR - Coastal Ocean ynamics Applications Radar (the swooping sound on the tropical bands); DRM digital shortwave radio; het heterodyne interference; ID station ID; IS interval signal; LSB lower sideband; OC open carrier; PNG Papua New Guinea (when the appropriate radio country is cited); QRN noise; QRM man-made interference; QTH location; RFE/RL - Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty; RTTY radio teletype; TC time check; USB pper sideband; UTE utility station; // (#) - parallel (frequency) Dino Bloise Top 8 Shortwave Ham Radio Receivers op 8 Shortwave Ham Radio Receivers am radio has been a popular form of recreation since the early 20th century. Despite the introduction of new communication technologies such as omputers and mobile phones, ham radio continues to thrive as a very popular hobby. Edward Kusalik Retirement of Walter Brodowsky from Media Broadcast s many of you folks know, Walter was the person behind issuing verifications (QSL Replies) from first DTK-Julich and then later from Media Broadcast. Speaking for myself, his dedication to his responsibility to verification replies was a first. He will be missed and hopefully his replacement ill carry on this tradition... Edward Kusalik Received this Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, dear Customers, Special greetings from MEDIA BROADCAST s Headquarter at Cologne. I would like to let you know that after 43 years on duty of which approx. 38 years in different (technical and commercial) functions in short-wave business surprisingly I received a remarkable offer from my Employer MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH to realize a special form of early retirement which I really couldn t refuse. As I agreed with that offer in result my last working day on duty in the office will be Friday, 18^th July Regarding MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH s short-wave business, my successor will be my colleague Michael Pütz who is well known as Frequency Manager during the most recent High Frequency Coordination Conference (HFCC) and Group of Eight frequency coordination business for many ears already. Please be so kind and send all your correspondence to Michael s address instead of mine in the future. Please note Michaels phone contact as following: *_ _* Volker Behling, who is also well known at customer side will be supporting the commercial activities, too. Please note Volkers phone contact as following: *_ _* Having said that, I have to admit that I will leave my long lasting employment which was mainly focused on all aspects of global short-wave business ith a laughing and a crying eye the laughing eye because from that date as mentioned above I will be able to take fulltime opportunity for new challenges and new projects which will have more private character and which were not possible to be realized until yet due to lack of time availability. For me, this is a real dream come through having the complete freedom to do this now and start a new segment in my life as having much more time available for my family including children and grandchildren. But also I will leave with a crying eye by closing that door behind in my life when I think back of all those fine people who I was allowed and privileged to meet and to talk to during meetings and customer contacts as well as during all those HFCC conferences face to face since 1995 when I started these commercial activities regarding short-wave business. Let me take this opportunity to say Thank you very much to all of you for a long term good business partnership in the best spirit to create a better world which should be a little bit more peaceful as it is today. By the way, I tried to forget nobody to inform, but if it should be so, please don t feel insulted if I forgot somebody to put in the loop. Smile emoticon Au revoir and Wishing well for you all, your families and your personal future and best wishes Sincerely Your s and best regards *Walter Brodowsky *Head of Short-wave Senior Expert Sales ** *MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH** *Erna-Scheffler-Straße Cologne - t. +49 (0) f. +49 (0) m. +49 (0) mailto: ENABLING MEDIA INNOVATION* upervisory board: Dr. Marcus Englert (Chairman) Executive board: Wolfgang Breuer (CEO), Bruno Maineult ommercial register: District court Cologne HRB 81139, Registered office: Cologne 32

33 Alberto Suarez Tata Los uruguayos que hablan con satélites Desde hace años, los radioaficionados se comunican con estos objetos en el espacio, originarios de distintas parte del mundo. Desde que el Antel- SAT está en órbita, pueden seguir por primera vez a uno nacional. Así es como lo hacen No hace falta ser el fabricante o financiar un satélite para comunicarse con él. Tampoco es necesario ser ingeniero. Para decirle algo y que este conteste desde el espacio hay que ser un radioaficionado. Si un satélite utiliza una frecuencia de radio asignada al servicio de radioaficionados, este grupo de gente, que supera los tres millones en todo el mundo, pueden tener línea directa con él. Estas frecuencias son públicas, internacionales y gratuitas, y permiten a los radioaficionados descargar la telemetría del satélite, algo así como el estado de salud del mismo. Esto es lo que están haciendo radioaficionados sateliteros uruguayos y de todo el mundo con el Antel-SAT, el primer objeto espacial nacional, en órbita desde hace dos semanas. En el futuro, los radioaficionados podrán utilizar al Antel-SAT como un repetidor de un paquete de datos (por ejemplo, para enviar un mensaje a otras estaciones terrenas) e incluso darle instrucciones a distancia. Estas últimas se llaman telecomandos y permiten, por ejemplo, que un radioaficionado dentro de la órbita de alcance del satélite le ordene que saque una foto a color y se la envíe. odo esto explica la emoción de los radioaficionados uruguayos, como los socios de El Radio Club Uruguayo Carlos Martínez y Horacio Rasetti, quienes por primera vez pudieron escuchar a un satélite celeste (ver video). De las aplicaciones concretas del Antel-SAT y de lo que significa este proyecto sin precedentes para el país trata el informe central del suplemento #Cromo de este sábado, que se publica gratis con El Observador. Glenn Hauser Logs July 6-8, 2014 ** CANADA. Sporadic E opening July 6 gets both Canada and Mexico at same time. Already going at turn-on, all times UT: 306 on 2, CCI with antenna NE for UHF tropo, movie? in English, 1309 Wendy`s ad; some 2-tone whine on the audio, video offset QRM? One of the itches is close to G4 above middle C, 392 Hz. Likely one of the surviving analog Ontarians, CHBX or CIII on 3, CCI here 312 on 2, CCI in Spanish as Mexico is also hopping, so I rotate and concentrate mainly on that, q.v. 446 on 2, from north, preacher, praying in English; I have just been getting Missoula MT on FM 94.9; see U S A too 615 on 2, antenna NE, weak graphic in English with countdown 123 on 2, golf in English from NE; as PGA scheduled on Global in Ontario, so CIII-TV-2 in Bancroft (I am also getting FM from Ohio). 937 km = 1204 miles 331 on 2, fade-in from NE, movie/drama in English; 2352 still week video T July 7: 124 on 2, weak signal from NE, with whine, English, letterboxed, a competition in studio; can`t make out any bug; 0127 promo for BellMedia. keds show likely `Rising Star` on CTV in Ont, so CHBX Sault Ste Marie (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * CHINA [and non] , July 7 at * CNR1 jammer, very poor ending with timesignal, vs RFA Tibetan via Kuwait on its Monday requency; at 1301, a JBA signal on its next frequency, 18930, maybe really RFA before jammer hits is there (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING IGEST) * MEXICO. Big sporadic E opening July 6, started off with CANADA, q.v. from the NE, but with Spanish also in, soon rotate to south to concentrate on Mexico, all times UT: 1312 on 2, CCI to Canada, PSA `Mover a México` 1317 on 2, old western movie, CCI, clock in UR at 8:17 and something else I can`t make out 1317 on 4, Spanish audio 1318 on 6, ape movie, Azteca-13 bug in UR; mentions subtítulos; no CCI 1319 on 2, movie? with Azteca-7 bug in UR; CCI from Mexican music 1321 on 6, Mexican video but my old Zenith B&W monitor prefers to insert NPR audio from 88.1 KWOU Woodward OK, which is up with tropo 1324 on 5, Canal 5 promo; local RFI from somewhere to the video 1324 on 3, oval 3 bug in UR from Pacífico, i.e. XHQ Culiacán, Sinaloa; violent music video. Bug in UL says MUSICAL 1325 on 4, Televisa-2 start bug in LR, probably XHBS Los Mochis, Sin on 4, Televisa-5 promo, ``La Teoría del Big-Bang, nueva programación en Canal 5`` but could be cross-promo from net 2 XHBS 1327 on 3, Pingüinos in music video(?), Televisa-5 bug in LR 1327 on 5, Pingüinos from two video meshing signals CCI, net on 6, Ape movie is back, video, Azteca on 6, Azteca-7 promo, but probably cross from Azteca-13. (The only way to be sure which net is by the bugs, not the content.) 1348 on 6, now there is CCI as opening grows, so start checking FM 1351 on gospel music in English, Franken FM?? See U S A 1352 on Spanish channel 6 audio; 1358, Azteca-7 promo, ads, Azteca-13 promo 1400 on 87.75, Azteca 13 says ``Jorge de la Selva``, so that`s the ape movie, but rejoining plays clip from ``Charlie`s Angels`` --- was that in George of the Jungle movie? 1421 on 6, Azteca-13, dubbed movie 1424 on 4, Televisa Canal 5 promo , concentrating on FM DX from Montana, Idaho; see U S A 33

34 1508 on 2-6, still CCI peaking SSW 1509 on 5, SpongeBob animation, presumably Televisa-5 net 1510 on 6, bug in UR with constant white letters, can`t make out , FM DX from North Carolina, Virginia; see U S A 1631 on 4, at SSW, Spanish, animation, net-5? 1636 on 4, ad in Spanish for Transformers, color, back to SpongeBob animation on net-5, LR bug. At the moment nothing on 2/3/5/6! 700 on 3-6, only weak CCI 701 on 6, fútbol, Azteca? World Cup probably; soon fade out for lunch fter 2120 more Es DX but mostly FM from Ohio, Michigan, Virginia Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGSET) * NIGERIA , July 7 at 0543, good signal level but just barely modulated in English, Voice of Nigeria; lite SAH during fades, presumably eijing, China aiming northwest (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * OKLAHOMA [and non]. 780, July 7 at 0559 UT, WBBM IL and with it nulled, country music, no doubt KCEG Fountain CO, but NO open carrier for a hange from KSPI Stillwater OK in the opposite direxion (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * OKLAHOMA. 88.9, July 6 at 1237 UT, I notice that local translator is off; had been pretty reliable since move from This might have been elpful for all the Es DX to come in later, but nothing logged on that frequency. At 1503 UT July 7, it`s back on. K205FW relaying KNYD 90.5 Tulsa, asis Network. While off, weaker signal from KYLV OKC is audible (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * OKLAHOMA. RF 35, July 6 at 1301 UT, `bad` signal peaking northeast, but no decode; presumably K35JY-D in Lamont about 25 miles away, 250 att translator of Enid`s KXOK-LD RF 31, which is really fed by the intercity relay duplicate on RF 32. I was hoping to confirm whether like 31 and 32 or *months*, K35JY-D is also dead air on main channel, nothing but a few repeating infomercials;.2 and.3 with full-screen color bars and silence, but PSIP on.2 as M-FOX and.3 as Azteca, as just reconfirmed on Enid transmitters July 7 at 1515 but no real programming from either Spanish network for months. However, there are full-power 35s around to confuse, in Claremore & Woodward OK, Hutchinson KS, plus four other LP/translators in OK. RF 46, also a bad signal seeming to peak NE, but nothing likely in OK or KS. Maybe fooled by KOCM Norman to the SSE which never decodes any more (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1728 monitoring: confirmed on WRMI-9, 15770, Monday July 7, ending at 2129, Keith Perron ID and off at 2130*, so apparently the new WOR time is 2100 Mondays, not Next: Tuesday 1100, Wednesday 1315 on WRMI-10, 9955 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A , July 6 at 1959, WTWW-3 is on in Spanish Bibling, and at 2000 so are WTWW-2, 9930 with ID, BS; and WTWW-1, 9475 with another canned ID break; unusual for all three to be on at same time. At 0541 UT July 7, is off after running late/all night yesterday; at 0547, 5085 is open carrier/dead air; 5830 is off, then cuts back on. At 1407 July 7, 9930 and 9475 are on, is off. UT July 8 at 0035, 5085 is on with Ted Randall`s country-music request show, which is supposed to be on UT Mondays, not Tuesdays; is it live or a playback? 9475 is also on with SFAW, and is off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 750, July 7 at 0558 UT, for the first time since June 19, I am not hearing Spanish KAMA El Paso, but really WSB with Herman Cain show (We Suck, Brother!). Maybe KAMA is finally back in whack with null toward east, but bears further checking (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. Sporadic-E FM DX competing with analog TVDX from Canada, Mexico, qq.vv., July 6, all times UT: 351 on 87.75, first sign of MUF into FM after mostly Mexico on TV, is gospel music in English, maybe Franken FM somewhere in USA, soon gone 433 on 94.9, NAPA ad, fades in and out, State Farm, Bellawood Flooring at lumberliquidators.com, more ads, mentions Missoula [pronounced izoola], 549- phone number, sale at Tyler Chevrolet of Montana, nursery sale at Marcy`s(?), singing ID for 94.9 in Missoula, finally Toby Keith on ick Jackson`s Country, Classics; WTFDA shows: YSS-FM 94.9 MISSOULA MT 63/63 kw, YOUR COUNTRY 94.9 COUNTRY 771 km = 1101 miles Recorded: [4:45] 448 still/again? but dead air on on 95.3, stationary RDS ID immediately as KPND during music; 455 KPND audible ID, recorded, [4:23] fading in and out, `Rockin` the Rivers` ad. consignfurniture.com tickets for something in Spokane, July 25; Fourth of July schedule fade-in again with `E-town` show; 1518 `E-Town on the Inland Northwest`s only progressive radio station, 95-, KPND``. Recorded [0:24] KPND is 56 kw in Sandpoint ID, as in Panhandle, near Canada, distance: 2018 km = 1254 miles Eventually photoed at 1516 the captured DX-398 RDS display before retuning: 524 on 96.5, local weather, muggy 88 degrees down to 67 on ``Sam and Mason in the morning on Classic Rock 96-5``, fading in and out, so either Okie; Texas Tech cheerleader big-game hunter; golf cart kustomkartsva.com ad, Ford ad to Rather than the 250-watt translator in regon, this is from another opening. WTFDA shows WKLH Milwaukee WI uses that slogan, but so does WKLR in Fort Lee VA, 50/50 kw; and Sam & ason are on the WKLR schedule at 5-10 am: KLR 96.5 FORT LEE VA 50/50 kw 703F PLANET - CLASSIC ROCK km = 1137 miles. Recorded [3:57]: t end of recording fades to ``Mix 96`` ID, likely KRAV Tulsa. KLR also has Babe of the Day service: 34

35 1536 on 89.1, NPR Weekend Edition Sunday --- does KMUW Wichita run it this late? No, only until 1500 UT, so this is unid DX with CCI 1536 on 88.3, gospel rock, into prayer, sounds like live service this Sunday morning, fitting for EDT zone if at 11 am local. Maybe Victory as below Until 1540 I`ve left the computer off to minimize hash QRM to my DX-398 a few feet away for FM DX with whip only, but I do need to check some things. DX still overcomes it 1542 on 89.3, fade-in classical music; 1550 ID as ``Public Radio East --- Classical``; UNC underwriting plug, Chopin. WTFDA: WTEB 89.3 NEW BERN NC 99/99 kw, PUBLIC RADIO EAST CLASSICAL/NEWS/TALK 1884 km = 1171 miles; Recorded [1:10]: 558 on 89.3, another such ID, ``classical music for eastern North Carolina``, CCI and fade to gospel rock station. Recorded [0:26]: 601 on 92.9, two guys with car race coverage on the ``Motor Racing Network``; 1607 race starts to great excitement as most of track has dried fter rain --- who will get killed or maimed today???; 1620 race fades in again. Other stations are in from NC/VA, but the only NC 92.9s are LPs or ranslators, so per WTFDA this may be one of: VBW 92.9 SUFFOLK VA 50/50 kw, 92.9 THE WAVE CLASSIC HITS OR: VHL 92.9 FARMVILLE VA 6/6 kw KICKIN COUNTRY ither of which would have to be breaking format for this momentous event, so we need to look for 92.9 stations here: It`s tedious as you have to search state by state, and then search on the frequency: no 92.9s in VA, WV, MD, PA, OH, MI, NY, KY hey mention the Daytona Speedway, but current race may not be from there; nor any 92.9 MRN affils in FL, but WMFQ Ocala is close to Daytona; listed as Hot AC/Big Oldies. Recorded but not kept. Back to the two VA stations` sites: WVBW is involved with Langley Speedway, but nothing scheduled there on July 6. WVHL: nothing there but country music. I give up; ideas? 1632 on 88.3, YL DJ with weather, gospel music; 1635 ID as ``Victory FM``; Anyhow it has to be one of these per WTFDA DB: WVRL 88.3 ELIZABETH CITY NC 50/50 kw VICTORY FM RELIGION WRVL 88.3 LYNCHBURG VA 50/42 kw VICTORY FM RELIGION WVRL: 1935 km = 1202 miles, a lot closer to WTEB above WRVL: 1669 km = 1037 miles 1646 again and this time recorded [1:44]: ooler weather, forecast ``for the listening area`` (like Enid OK???? How generic!) back to gospel music, mentions Liberty campus, then ``thanks or choosing the Victory Radio Network for your Sunday afternoon`` until See also log below at fter a respite, more FM DX in the afternoon: 120 on 88.3, more than one Es station, then 2122 promo for WLXE (? Sounded like). This leads me on at first fruitless search for those calls on 88.3 or something fuzzily similar. There is none, but a WLSE in Canton IL, but with nothing related on 88.3; WLXC in Columbia SC on 103.1; finally looking thru the entire FCC 88.3 list, it must be this: WLFC, North Baltimore OH, 4.6 kw at University of Findlay; WTFDA says CHR format. And its website: `We are northwest Ohio s ultimate music collection. Our primary format is something we call indie rock, and we also program heritage rock and ome metal on Saturday. On Sunday we air contemporary Christian music in the morning and jazz in the afternoon. Here is a summary of our programming philosophy...`` Indeed I was hearing jazz on Sunday afternoon, and also went by an announcement about their format variations. Missed recording the ID km = 833 miles 2150 on 88.3, WCSG ID by YL DJ, in & out, mentions supporter in Kalamazoo, recorded just in time for singing ID in noise [0:18] WTFDA leads to WCXK in Kalamazoo MI which apparently relays 91.3 WCSG Grand Rapids: WCXK 88.3 KALAMAZOO MI 0/10 kw H/V, COMMERCIAL FREE HITS WAYFM FAMILY FRIENDLY 91.3 WCSG CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN 1243 km = 773 miles 2200 on 88.3, multi-station ID, recorded too late, but one place is Charlottesville, i.e. VA, into gospel rock and shortly religious service, ``you can be seated ---``. So which 88.3 is connected with some other station/frequency in C`ville? It adds up to Liberty University, which has a 96.7 W244BP there, while 88.3 would be WRVL Lynchburg, 50/42 kw H/V with 34/34 kw backup (as in 1632 log above) 2210 on 88.5, two stations mixing, one with feature on US Coast Guard 2215 on 89.3, ``Smile FM`` outro, re ``family --- weekend``, religious. Slogan leads to WTLI, Bear Creek Township MI, 0/17 kw, or 1/12000 watt H/V co-channel WSMB Harbour Beach MI; better recording at 2223 plugging a Saginaw event at Ojibway Island, tickets, Smile-FM, recorded [0:44] nd also later [0:50] WTLI: 1417 km = 918 miles, upper tip of the lower peninsula WSMB: 1535 km = 954 miles, east of and closer to Saginaw (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. Tropo from NW Arkansas brings in RF9 KAFT, Fayetteville, distance city to city, 336 km = 209 miles, July UT: 13-1 KAFT-1 [PBS kidvid] 13-2 KAFT-2 Create 13-3 KAFT-3 plus bug in LR [the word, not the + symbol] 13-4 KAFT-4 AIRS video is same text on several alternating slides in different fonts and colors, including script, centered, reading OU ARE LISTENING TO AIRS- ARKANSAS INFORMATION - READING SERVICE - FOR THE BLIND photoed one: udio at moment is British accent about smartphones, and he pronounces Leadville CO as ``Leedville``. That is not South Dakota, where Lead is 35

36 not pronounced led, but leed. After confusing my converter because OETA is not only virtual 13 but RF 13, the KAFT signals hold up until some breakup at OTOH, KETA OKC, *constantly* breaks up on both my antennas, under dead or DX conditions, unusable (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 5980, July 7 at 0549 heavy jamming, or is it DRM? Sounds more like the latter. Vatican Radio Latin Mass is on during this half hour and could have slipped into DRM of which it is capable. Or nonsensical Cuban jamming against R. Martí which is never on 5980 at this hour, and not even after 0700 on Mondays (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Mauricio Pimenta Venta ENDO BARATO : Escuta VHF 136 a 174 mhz endo este rádio escuta ADI-146, escuta em VHF de 136 a 174 mhz.era um rádio VHF normal transceptor mas devido esta sem o modulo de saida e sem o PTT uso ele apenas para escuta, pois, tem uma magnífica recepção nesta faixa, recepção superior a muitos rádios que ja tive. Importante : Este é um RADIO ESCUTA, por gentileza não perguntem sobre o que aconteceu com a saida de TX, sobre o PTT porque nao vou saber responder, tenho anos que tenho ele e só uso para radio escuta em VHF com exelente recepção.segue algumas fotos do rádio. Envio mais fotos aos nteressados. alor para venda a vista = R$150,00 Contatos : (33) oi / (33) Tim -mail Site : Facebook : Cordialmente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID Conheça nosso site : Facebook : facebook.com/logicamaxtecnologia Dino Bloise WRMI Listener Correspondence - June 2014 WRMI Listener Correspondence - June WRMI Listener Correspondence Summary - June 2014 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (Gordon Charland) - Good signal on khz with The Overcomer Ministry. Sao Paulo, Brasil (Joao Carlos de Oliveira) - Programa evangelico religioso en 9955 khz onde e comentado os sermoes da Biblia. Muito bom a programacao. Programacao com teor evangelico onde e falado a vida de Deus para o mundo. Bayamo, Cuba (Jorge Roberto Verdecia Ramirez) - Escucho WRMI en 5950, 5015, 7730, 9495 y 9955 khz con SINPO Parece una estacion local. Blenheim, New Zealand (Ian Cattermole) - I am pleased to report reception of WRMI operating on 5950 and khz with the Overcomer Ministry. Sao Paulo, Brazil (Silvio, - Good day. I believe it is a religious program on 9955 khz. I listen well. Dessau-Rosslau, Germany (Eckhard Roscher) - The program of the Overcomer Ministries includes religious topics in connection with current political situations. For me as a German it is interesting because I get information which isn t available here. I was surprised about the fair to good reception uality on 9955 khz. Of course I want to try to listen to other programs of your station too. Marianao, Habana, Cuba (Roberto Moreno Clausell) - I m a DXer from Cuba, lover of shortwave transmissions. I heard of Blues Radio International via WRMI 9955 khz and I liked much your program. I love this music genre. A big hug from Habana, Cuba. Vancouver, British Columbia (Harold Sellers) - Last evening at 0052 UTC I tuned to 9495 khz and heard WRMI. Valls alls-tarragona, Espana (Juan Franco Crespo) - En primer lugar permitanme felicitarles por su excelente programacion de la que tengo la portunidad de disfrutar cada vez que la propagacion trae vuestras ondas por estos lares. Esta noche me deique a escuchar la retransmision de adio Taiwan Internacional via WRMI. A comienzos de lujio parto para el altiplano andino y me gustaria ver si podemos escuchar algo desde esa ona suramericana. Mis mas cordiales saludos para todos los componentes de ese fabuloso equipo que mantiene viva la pasion por la radio de onda corta, sobre todo porque ahora la FM es lamentablemente aburrida y eso que nos habian prometido pluralidad. Las emisoras espanolas no siempre son audibles en esta zona. Gibara, Holguin, Cuba (Raul, - En estos momentos los escucho p[or los 9955 khz en mi radio de agujas Tecsun R-9710A y tengo puros 5. Quiero decirles que yo escucho mucha radio de onda corta en ingles, frances y espanol. Su programa es genial. Luego les grabo la transmision y escucharan la potencia! Por favor sigan transmitiendo Frecuencia al Dia. Desde Cuba es dificil descargarlos en Internet y la pagina de WRMI esta bloqueada en la conexion desde los servidores del ICRT o Instituto Cubano de Radio y Television. It is hard to connect to Internet from Cuba. Now I m listening on 9955 khz. Thanks a lot. Camana, Arequipa, Peru (Francisco Llerena Vega) - Escucho Frecuencia al Dia a las 1100 UTC con SINPO Moscow, Russia (Vasily Strelnikov) S - There was a station ID at the top of the hour on khz at 1400 UTC, followed by a sermon by Brother Stair alking about Tribulations. SINPO It was a thrill to finally pick up Okeechobee! I am listening 50 miles west of Moscow. Good luck with the ransmissions. I am using a longwire and an old Sony ICF Bayamo, Cuba (Maria del Carmen Ramirez Benitez) - Que Dios les bendiga grande y poderosamente. Queria que supieran que les sigo escuchando cada dia y que disfruto mucho su programacion. Aqui les envio algunos informes de recepcion de los programas Trova Libre, Frecuencia al Dia, Historias de Radio, Meditaciones (El Aposento Alto), Family Radio, Viva Miami, La Rosa de Tokio, Radio Restauracion. Tengo la radio de mi hijo en la cocina y pues como soy ama de casa todo lo anoto. Necesito que me hagan llegar la direccion postal y el correo electronico de La Voz de Restaurancion que transmite por ahi, y tambien el de Faro de la Verdad. Sigo escuchandoles cada dia y pues gracias por todo. Un abrazo a la distancia para todo el colectivo de WRMI. Yo soy cristiana. Pertenezco a una iglesia evangelica. Moscow, Russia (Andy Martynyuk) - It is with great pleasure that I report the reception of Radio Africa on 28 June 2014 from UTC on 5190 khz. I really enjoyed listening to Radio Africa. Wheaton, Illinois, USA (Ralph W. Perry) - I am pleased to send you the happy news that signals from your radio station on 9955 khz via WRMI were 36

37 monitored by me on 16 March 2014 at UTC here in Wheaton, Illinois, which is a suburb of Chicago. I was very delighted by this reception. his is the first time I have heard about the Foro Revolucionario and I am interested to learn more about your cause. I am a recently retired business xecutive who lived for many years in Asia working in the petroleum industry. I am very familiar with international political and economic issues and I ind listening to shortwave radio is a good way to stay in touch with the world. For 25 years, until returing in 2010, I lived in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Philippines, Korea, Thailand and Laos. It was very enjoyable to hear your programming and I salute you for the work you are doing. I have diligently pursued shortwave radio since Siping City, China (Tang Xi Yao) - My English name is Victor Tang. I am a lover of broadcasting, media, news and shortwave, tourism and culture. Best ishes to you from China. Spencer, Wisconsin, USA (G. Wetzel) - On 7570 khz at 9 pm local time I heard The Overcomer broadcast on my Grundig receiver. Argentina (Claudio R. Cassiraga) - I have several old tube receivers, and tonight I tuned in radio WRMI with a Hammarlund SP600 from the year 1957! Thanks, and best regards. Falcade, Italy (Stefano Manelli) - I am very pleased to send you a report concerning a broadcast in the English language called The Overcomer Ministry. The reception was on 28 June from about 2030 till 2100 UTC on khz. The reception was good, with quite strong signal and absolutely no interference. SINPO code was My location is a small village located at 1400 meters above sea level in the middle of the Dolomites, Italian Alpa, in the northeastern part of Italy. It is always very nice to listen to a braodcasting coming from another part of the world, from a country so far from here. Gibara, Holguin, Cuba (Raul Rodriguez Leal) - Los he sintonizado por los 9495 khz entre 8 y 9 pm. Podrian enviarme la programacion que sale por sta frecuencia pues se esucha con mucha potencia. Los programas que he notado son Wavescan, Frecuencia al Dia, Radio Praga y Radio Eslovaquia. La Habana, Cuba (Juan Carlos, - Hola amigos, los he escuchado por primera vez hoy y me gusto mucho el tema de la onda corta y HC. Soy profesor universitario y locutor de radio. Me gustaria conocer programas y frecuencias tanto en ingles como en espanol. Saludos desde La abana. Blenheim, New Zealand (Ian Cattermole) - I am pleased to report WRMI operating in English on 7570 khz from 0350 to 0425 UTC with fair reception. heard the Overcomer Ministry. I also heard Brother Stair with Overcomer Ministry from 0358 to 0425 UTC on 7730 khz with very good reception, INPO Thank you and best wishes from New Zealand. I am also pleased to report WRMI operating on 5015 khz from UTC with the Overcomer Ministry, and 7455 khz and 5850 khz from UTC with TruNews.. Oregon, USA (Christopher Rumbaugh) - Gorgeous signal on khz tonight. Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA (Michael Smith) - On June 24 at 0202 UTC I heard WRMI on khz with a program talking about nuclear rmageddon. Reception quality was 4 out of 5. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA (Jeff Passage) - I live in New Orleans and recently got rid of cable TV. I ve been listening to my radio a lot. I have a new Kaito shortwave radio and just discovered your station. I love listening to The Overcomer in the afternoons. I ll be a regular listener. Reception is very good. I am receiving your station on khz in the 25-meter band. Wakayama, Japan J (Tomoaki Wagai) - On June 22 at 1033 UTC on 9955 khz I heard WRMI in English. In Japan it s easy to receive at this time every day. Your feelings are getting through to me. Barquisimeto, Venezuela (Williams Lopez) - Tengo 41 anos, estoy casado. Mi esposa se llama Keila y tenemos una hija de 12 anos de nombre Karianna. Me gusta mucho escuchar la radio y tengo que decirles que este es mi hobby principal, porque me gusta aprender sobre la cultura de otras personas, costumbres, musica y noticias. Soy un especialista en sistemas, es mi oficio. Tengo una pequena coleccion de radios receptores. A mi y a mi esposa tambien nos gusta toda la informacion. Me gustaria preguntarles si no es mucha molestia me enviaran un boletin con las frecuencias. Y on esta carta me gustaria sellar nuestra amistad. Voy a estar espereando su pronta respuesta. Gracias. Escuche WRMI con el programa Historias de Radio en 9955 khz a las UTC con SINPO Buen programa. Maricopa, Arizona, USA (Norman Fasoletos) - I caught the last half of a show on 7455 khz talking about the earth s magnetic field reversal taking place. Reception quality good. Would like to receive a scehdule to be able to listen in the future. Togliatti, Samara Region, Russia (Alexander Golovikhin) - On April 1, 2014 at UTC on khz I heard the Overcomer Ministry with Brother Stair with fair reception. Panama City, Panama (Victor Gutierrez) - Envio este informe de recepcion correspondiente a hoy 1 de junio. WRMI fue captada a las 0400 UTC en 9955 khz en idioma ingles con muy buena senal. Tokyo, Japan (Satoshi Nishimoto) - At UTC on 9955 khz I heard Radio Prague, El Aposento Alto and Radio Eslovaquia Internacional. I now very little Spanish, but I enjoyed the songs a lot and the fun atmosphere. I was able to listen in good recepcion condition. On June 8 from UTC I heard Jack Van Impe, Fountain of Truth and Viva Miami. By listening carefully to the powerful preaching, I felt healing. I am a 51-year-old are worker. At 0930 UTC on 7570 khz I heard The Overcomer Ministry. Fomento, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba (Yasmany, - Saludos. Como estan? Deseo en su programa de cartas den acuse. Deseo sus QSL. Bogota, Colombia C (Omar Alfredo Ortiz Robayo) - Me entre que la emisora incio transmisiones en banda tropical. El dia de ayer monitoree la recuencia de 5015 khz hacia las 2300 UTC y obtuve una senal fuerte. St. Albert, Alberta, Canada (Richard Lemke) - I heard 9955 khz at UTC with SINPO with Wavescan. Madison, Wisconsin, USA (Carlie Forsythe) - I am a shortwave listener from Madison, Wisconsin who can routinely receive WRMI on 9955 khz and other frequencies from my location. I was pleased to learn that your station was taking over and keeping in use the transmitter site at Okeechobee. he cultural and musical programming is appreciated, as are the news programs relayed from other broadcasters. Valle de Chalco Solidaridad, Mexico (Gerardo Loyola) - Escuche Frecuencia al Dia en 9955 khz con SINPO a las 0335 UTC. Sao Paulo, Brasil (Djair Santos da Silva) - Soy de Brasil y estoy muy contento por la oportunidad de escribir, pues oia su estacion de radio de ondas cortas, pero hoy tenemos la oprtunidad de oir a traves de la web. Felton, California, USA (Jim Sturdivat) - On June 4, 2014 at 0330 UTC on khz i heard The Overcomer. Point Roberts, Washington, USA (Don Fraser) - June 7 at 0902 UTC I heard the Overcomer Ministry on 7570 khz with reception quality 5/ db. WRMI Radio Miami International NW 240th Street Okeechobee, Florida USA 37

38 Migdiel Cruz Nota en QRZ.com: Open Invitation to Radio Amateurs of the World We are finally on a verge of an event we all have been waiting for so long - the launch of the DX1 spacecraft, which is slated for this coming Tuesday, uly 8th. We would like to reach out to all radio amateurs out there, who are interested in receiving spacecraft s signals and ask for your help. We are nviting you to participate in a hunt for the signal of DX1 satellite immediately after the launch. he launch is scheduled for 8:58 AM PDT / 11:58 AM EDT / 19:58 MSK from Baikonur cosmodrome. According to mission s orbital parameters, separation of DX1 from the LV's upper stage will occur over Eastern Europe, the satellite will return to Russia from the far East regions only after completing several orbits. We expect our mission control to establish the first communication session with the spacecraft only the following day. Spacecraft s beacon will be transmitting in amateur frequency band, thus allowing a chance to hear the satellite to everybody who chooses to listen and many of you will be able to do so before we can. Moreover, we need your help to better determine the exact orbit and confirm healthy status and functionality of the spacecraft. Our gratitude will be expressed with souvenirs and certificates for those amateurs around the world who will get lucky that night. Parameters of the radio in beacon mode: Main frequency (Несущая частота): MHz Protocol: AX.25 otransmitter Designator (Позывные источника): DSC001 o Receiver Designator: Dauria Size of TLE frame, inside the packet АХ.25: 55 bite Velocity: 9600 bit/s Modulation: GFSK Nominal TLE U 14999Q Please, forward your results to and/or Or leave as comments in our social media accounts Glenn Hauser Logs July 8, 2014 ** BRAZIL , July 8 at 0112, RNA is splattering out to here, aside Spain Sephardic from 0115, and Cuba. No discrete spurs audible now on 11750/11810; but they are at 0542, the lower one stronger, and fundamental is overmodulated/distorted. It seems they could get rid of all this if they backed off the modulation level (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. My pre-sunset bandscan UT July 8 at 0120 finds a bunch of // weak CNR1s in the 17s, poor to very poor, with targets from Aoki: 17890, not a jammer, imagine that, Beijing 572 site 17595, not a jammer, imagine that, Shijiazhuang 723 site 17580, not a jammer, imagine that, Lingshi 725 site 17565, not a jammer, imagine that, Beijing 572 site 17550, not a jammer, imagine that, Beijing 572 site 17540, finally, a jammer! vs RFA Uighur via Tinian at None in the 16s or 18s has the usual het at 0119 July 8, presumably CNR1 jamming vs off-frequency secret deniable Mongolian site of RFA Tibetan wake early enough July 8 to check the CNR1 jam situation before 1200: 12370, July 8 at 1153, CNR1 jammer, good signal 12980, July 8 at 1153, CNR1 jammer, good 10960, July 8 at 1155, CNR1 jammer, fair 14870, July 8 at 1156, CNR1 jammer, very good 16100, July 8 at 1158, CNR1 jammer, poor; none in the 17s, 18s fter 1200, rapidly scanning for parallels: 15250, July 8 at 1203, CNR1 jammer with echo, lo het 15195, July 8 at 1203, CNR1 jammer with CCI; a bit of classical music 7345, July 8 at 1236, CNR1 jammer, very poor --- oops, not a jammer! 7385, July 8 at 1236, CNR1 jammer, fair, vs RTI 7445, July 8 at 1237, CNR1 jammer, very poor, vs RTI 9500, July 8 at 1239, CNR1 jammer, very poor --- oops, not a jammer! 9660, July 8 at 1240, CNR1 jammer, poor, vs RTI 9680, July 8 at 1241, CNR1 jammer, heavy CCI from Taiwan, Indonesia 11605, July 8 at 1242, CNR1 jammer, very poor vs RFA Tibetan Tinian 11785, July 8 at 1243, CNR1 jammer, fair with CCI 13605, July 8 at 1246, CNR1 jammer, JBA vs AIR Chinese, Martí carrier 15195, July 8 at 1248, CNR1 jammer 15250, July 8 at 1248, CNR1 jammer, with CCI, almost no het now 15580, July 8 at 1250, CNR1 jammer, het on hi side from V of Tibet 16360, July 8 at 1251, CNR1 jammer, good; none in the 17s 18990, July 8 at 1252, CNR1 jammer, very poor; vs Tue & Fri RFA Tibetan via KUWAIT (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 38

39 ** CHINA , July 8 at 1147, good signal with flutter, Chinese language lesson, repeating similar words but with different tones, and commentary also in Chinese. Since this is Aoki-listed as Chaozhou language from CRI at 11-12, 500 kw, 177 degrees from Kunming-Anning site, I ssume they are teaching Mandarin to the Chaozhou; or Standard Chinese to the non-standard (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * CUBA. 9790, July 8 at 0540, CRI relay transmitter is *still* on the air with huge dead-air signal, the RadioCuba slopperators having failed to turn t off at , July 8 at 0543, RHC transmitter is also still on the air with dead air. By 0548 recheck, they`ve awakened (literally?) and turned both off Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * GREECE [and non]. 9935, July 8 at 0117, new frequency from ERTOpen is gone again, after activity July but not checked July 7. John Babbis elieves the Avlis operators were merely temporarily asserting their rights to this frequency, not in regular use. He did hear 9935 on UT July 7. Now 9420 is very poor at 0117 July 8 (and could be Iran Arabic if Greece is off), no other ERTOs audible in the 7s, 11 or 15s. John Babbis confirms that 9420, 9935 and were all unheard from 1900 July 7 past 0200 July 8 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** INDIA , July 8 at * mostly nice music, Burmese? from AIR`s Burmese service with fair signal; yet, before 1300 nothing from Bangladesh on (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** INDONESIA , July 8 at 1136, no signal at all from VOI. It`s long been a lost cause for any chance to hear its English at UT, no signal then either. Atsunori Ishida says this transmitter was on July 6, but off July 5, 7 and 8 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 710-, July 8 at 0601 UT, again off-frequency het to the lo side of KCMO. The pitch is hard to pin down on my keyboard, but tentatively circa F#3 below Middle C, which is 185 Hz. Choral Mexican NA is playing, which means it`s in the UT -6 zone, fitting for the WSW DF multiverse NA finally ends, and on to ``Soy Soldado`` super-patriotic, ultra-military recitation; 0608 Chihuahua state anthem, now overcoming KCMO even ith AM tuning rather than LSB. Therefore it has to be XEDP, La Ranchera de Cuauhtémoc, IRCA-listed day power of 5 kw and unknown at night or hether 24 hours. WRTH 2014 says 7 kw day, 100 watts night! XEDP is also a common catch around sunrise with much better reception, but when last heard some months ago was not audibly off-frequency (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. July 7 was a respite day for sporadic E after all the axion on July 6, but some is back UT July 8: 0051 on 2, algo CCI from SSW 0055 on 2, now it`s a novela with Televisa-2 net star bug in LR 0200 on 2, still CCI 0200 on 3, dramatic film with Televisa-5 bug in LR 0218 on 4, novela with Televisa-2 star bug LR, probably XHBS Sinaloa 0230 on 4, same still in, but now with CCI 0312 on 3, news from XHBC with its blue square bug in LR with white 3 and tiny call letters going upward on left side. Mexicali BCN 0322 on 5, waiting for the other Mexicalian to MUF in, and now it does, XHAQ with Azteca-13 bug in UR, contest or talk show, heavy ghosting like 3, soon gone 0333 on 3, XHBC still in but very poor with fading 0400 on 3, presumed XHBC fades in again briefly with novela (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NIGERIA AM, July 8 at 0547, VON again with good signal level but very undermodulated in English. I`m not going to strain to try to make it out (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** PAPUA NEW GUINEA & 3385, July 8 at 1140, shortly after sunrise here, JBA carriers on NBC frequencies, and a better unid one circa 3229 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** PAPUA NEW GUINEA [and non]. 7325, July 8 at 1144, VP signal with some talk; with BFO sounds like there are two carriers on slightly different frequencies. This was expected to be an open window for off-frequency to lo side Wantok Radio Light reception during a one-month maintenance break by CRI`s 7325 transmitter, per Aoki: 7325xCHINA RADIO INTER Japanese Jinhua-Youbu 831 CHN 2906N 11918E CRI a14 Jun.18-Jul.15 off ut I also see in Aoki that it`s been ruined by another new RFI Chinese broadcast via Paochung, Taiwan, // 9955 since June 8, here only at , so we should still try after 1200: 325 R.FRANCE INT Chinese Paochung TWN 2343N 12018E RFI a14//9955 Jun.8 Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * PERU. 5980, July 8 at 0110, JBA R. Chaski carrier until cutoff at 0116:26.5* which is 23.5 seconds later than last check on July 4, i.e. averaging.875 seconds later per day (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * SARAWAK [non] , July 8 at 1158, good signal from R. Free Sarawak in presumed Iban talk; and still on at Seems to be taying on now for entire broadcast rather than jumping around. Never any jamming audible here, but I assume there is some by nd for Malaysia but from somewhere else (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * SOUTH CAROLINA [non] , July 8 at 1150, Brother Scare with VG signal, as scheduled via WHRI. Compared to via WRMI, not ynchronized, and in fact so far off that I did not want to listen long enough to time the difference. WRMI has also put TOM on previously at 39

40 certain hours (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also USA: WTWW ** TURKEY , July 8 at 1249, surprisingly good signal from VOT in English for Europe, which despite same angle to North America, has not been propagating much this summer; discussion of Henry VIII and the Anglican church, of all things (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U K [non] , July 8 at 1152, surprised to find good signal with interview in English, no doubt BBCWS; I lucked into one of the two hours per eek on this frequency via Kranji, SINGAPORE, supposedly to confuse/escape ChiCom jamming: Tue & Sun 11-12, per Aoki since May 18, 100 kw at 13 degrees so also USward. On Mon/Fri/Sat on instead; Wed & Thu on (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1728 monitoring: awoke just in time to hear the outro at 1129 UT Tuesday July 8 on WRMI atop pulse jamming rom CUBA, and yes, still with low audible heterodyne from France in Chinese via TAIWAN at As for the new broadcast Mondays at 2100 on 5770, I had misinterpreted Jeff`s notice which really said it would end at Next: ednesday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio, 7265-CUSB ednesday 1315 on WRMI 9955 (after the CCCCI is over) ednesday 2100 on WBCQ 7490v Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. 5085, July 8 at 0503, open carrier/dead air with some hum from WTWW-2 instead of broadcasting The Overcomer Ministry. I keep echecking this when I can, and find the same situation at: 0549, 0621, 0753, 1142, 1204, 1256, At 1355 it`s down to a JBA carrier maybe ith modulation at imagination level? At 1408, has switched to 9930 for VG daytime signal, but still dead air! Meanwhile, 5830 was running OK with SFAW before 1400, 9475 afterwards. Next check at 1708: 9930 is **still** dead air. Is no one at Lebanon axually listening to it? 9475 is on with SFAW, but both weak rather than huge daytime signals, like still maintained by WWCR with BS on is however on with VG signal, the extra PPP sermon hour. ne wonders how much longer Brother Stair will keep on WTWW with treatment like this. Does he know not to pay for such multi-hour outages? ed Randall doesn`t know how fortunate he was to keep me on WTWW and thus dissuade me from being publicly judgmental about the sorry state of the station under his control. I didn`t say anything about this on the air; I just reported the facts in DXLD as anyone else could have monitored them, ithout ridiculing or denouncing like I do with the dregs of shortwave broadcasting, China with all its jamming, and Cuba with even more jamming, and incompetence in carrying out its own broadcasts. It was George McClintock who conceived the station, acquired the used transmitters, installed them, put them on the air, arranged large deals with ministries to fill huge amounts of airtime (and now there is a fourth transmitter in storage, acquired from KNLS Alaska, but its fate is uncertain --- activation or parts to keep the others going?). It was also George who arranged for WORLD OF RADIO to have two airtimes from the outset on transmitter #1. Somehow, employee Ted has wrested operational control of WTWW from George and among other things crossed over to get WOR off #1 as well as #2; it seems to be a matter of his sucking up to the real owner of the station, Scriptures for America. Now all the SNAFUs are squarely Ted`s responsibility, like the latest, letting #2 run for hours and hours (more than 12 so far) with no modulation on 5085/9930. Anyhow, it`s on the air, which was not the case for a good many days previously, as he apparently is unable to keep all three transmitters going reliably; they are used and old, constantly needing maintenance, replacement parts, and if they are on air, not necessarily with any modulation. Quite a sad situation. In fairness(?) to Ted, he apparently felt that by reporting what I monitored about WTWW, I was ungrateful for his allegedly publicizing WOR to the ham adio community, many of whom he said were unaware of it (despite our having been on air over 30 years! but not for those only tuning the ham bands) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 750, July 8 at 0559 UT, for the second night, WSB in the clear with no KAMA QRM from El Paso TX. It could be back to legal night power of 1 kw but only to the west, rather than still STA non-direxional but on illegal day power of 10 kw instead of requested and authorized 250 watts (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Bob Padula The Australian DX Report - episode 420 now available Episode no. 420 is now available. It s at he ADXR is also available on itunes. Regards from Melbourne, Australia! Bob Padula - Host/Producer Migdiel Cruz Radio Educación Una mala de parte de Radio Educación, la señal que está al aire por los 6185 KHz es toda o repetición de la señal de 1060 AM, es decir no hay programación propia de la sección de Onda Corta... La buena, Radio Educación sigue al aire!!! Algunos programas sólo están disponibles en podcast: Info del encuentro dentro de la emisión de ayer: penas estabamos en pruebas para una entrevista, y pues quedó de todos modos la invitación... en el programa Sintonía Libre: 40

41 Dino Bloise Eliminan el servicio del avión para transmitir a Radio & TV Martí Eliminan el servicio del avión para transmitir a Radio & TV Martí El Congreso estadounidense canceló en abril de este año el programa AeroMartí, que trasmitía señales de televisión y radio desde un avión hacia uba...lea la nota completa haciendo "click" en https://gruporadioescuchaargentino.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/eliminan-el-servicio-del-avion-para-transmitir-a-radio-tv-marti/ uente: Lista Conexión Digital / Argentina Carlos Gonçalves Voz do Brasil 5939,8 R.Voz Missionária, Camboriú SC, , 08/7, música, anúncios das freqs., canções, ID cantada, anúncios inform. da emissora, mais música... e nada de A Voz do Brasil, às 2200; Terá começado depois, c/ o inevitável corte dos primeiros minutos? Não sei, pois não continuei à escuta, mas foi estranho. Terá sido descuido, esquecimento? Certamente que não difunde essa rubrica quando lhe apetece, quando se lembra ou quando julga oportuno. Creio que até essa aberração que dá pelo nome de SRDA cumpre o horário p/ com a A Voz do Brasil. Hoje, 09JUL: 9664,8 mesma estação, , 09/7, lá estava c/ a difusão de A Voz do Brasil - tudo normal; Curiosamente, a estação estatal, a R.Nac. da Amazónia, nos (esta última freq. c/ sinal dificílimo de captar), *não* está a difundir o noticiário nacional; antes, prefere oferecer "panem et circenses". O Estado parece dar o ["bom"] exemplo, c/ tal excepção Carlos Gonçalves, PORTUGAL. Rudolf Grimm RTTY por 540 khz? Carissimos, Estava pesquisando há pouco ( z) os 540 khz em SSB, quando deparei com um sinal em RTTY (foi o que me pareceu). É onhecido alguma transmissão por RTTY por esta frequência? Se não foi em RTTY, qual modo poderia ter sido? (Às 0220z o sinal ainda continua ausadamente desde o seu início). 3, Rudolf Grimm Associação DX do Brasil Nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" do período de 01 a 30 de julho de 2014 á está a disposição a nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" referente ao período de 01 a 30 de julho de Confira em Glenn Hauser Logs July 9-10, 2014 ** MEXICO , July 9 at 0554 UT, Mexican NA is ending, fanfare and into `Soy Soldado` recitation, 0558 Chihuahua state anthem. XEDP, iudad Cuauhtémoc, again going thru the same routine as last night but now 10 minutes earlier. AND, tonight it`s not off-frequency to approx making an audible het, but within subaudible-het range of KCMO; did they read my report in the meantime? But I think it has jumped off nd on frequency before (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * MEXICO. Sporadic E DX openings continue; we`re enjoying them while possible during the summer, especially since analog telecasts are being hased out after 2015, earlier in some parts. July 9, all UT: 520 on 2, fade-in Spanish with antenna SSW; back out in a few seconds 603 on 2, anchorette fades in again 612 on 2, Televisa net 2 star bug in lower right; some audio; 1614 soccer recap no observations ] 928 on 2, algo CCI 930 on 2, Azteca news promo, soccer, from SSW, Azteca-7 bug UR 940 on 2, different station with 2:40 clock (CDT) in LR, and maybe temp, kidvid with clown? T July 10: ay have missed some late July 9 and early July 10 as involved in World of Radio 1729 produxion 137 on 2, Pacífico 3 bug in UR, which means one of three known Grupo Pacífico outlets on 2 in Sinaloa, Sonora; also glimpsed with it, I think, a elevisa-9 = Gala TV swirl bug in LR 0210 on 2, from SW, algo with heavy fading, maybe same as above 0212 on 2, novela with Televisa-2 star bug LR; better at on 4, Azteca-7 bug in UR with YL in studio 0225 on 4, 20 khz CCI, meaning an offset plus vs an offset minus, i.e. many very thin beat bars 0228 on 2 and 4, // audio from novela; 4 has Azteca-13 bug in UR 41

42 0235 on 87.75, ch 6 audio on FM receiver, novela, briefly 0235 on 5, béisbol, with numbers in LR, time or scoring? Peaks SSW 0244 on 3, béisbol here but different bug setup: large white one in UR 0300 on 2 and 4, heavy CCI 0303 on 3, soccer with square XHBC bug in LR, easily recognizable as previously described, so Mexicali BCN, further to the northwest 0306 on 3, XHBC is really a newscast with other topix, 0315 better; also CCI on 2, 4, and 5 now, but 3 has the least, altho ghosty 0337 on 6, political speech, very good peak, with audio, yet now I am not getting audio on FM. Televisa-2 star bug in UR 0356 on 4, local promo/ad for talent show mentions Coahuila, CCI; so likely XELN-TV Torreón 0358 on 4, novela VG with Televisa-2 star bug in LR 0409 on 5, still-slide labeled María Benítez, apparently to go with audio-only correspondent report. Also crawler abottom about lots of rain expected due to low-pressure area. Can`t make out bug in LR. One Mexiperson by that name is Linked In, but I am not CCI on several channels continues, but I tire of trying to dig anything out of it 0436 on 4, algo; soccer on 2, but can`t be a live game now 0451 on 2, soccer, now with Televisa-9 Gala swirl bug in lower left 0510, finally mostly gone (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NIGERIA AM, July 9 at 0548, VON on the air for the third night in a row! Good signal; now if they would only turn up the modulation so we can hear it (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 1729, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NORTH AMERICA. 9600, July 9 at 0542, here`s Station YHWH for the second time on this frequency; poor with fading (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 1729, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. 88.3, July 10 at 0245 UT, ``Gospel Station Network``, music, steady signal, not Es as I am hoping for with TVDX from Mexico now remains one of my best frequencies open for DX with nothing strong local, but unfortunately(?) area tropo is up, also blocking many other Mexican possibilities. At 0302 UT, ID as KTGS Tishomingo and also for a station in Duncan. (KOSR in Stillwater is normally the station heard marginally here on 88.3, but it`s overcome.) From WTFDA FM DB, KTGS is 5.5/5.5 kw H/V and 281/281 m HAAT H/V. The Duncan station would be K241BM, 205 watts allegedly relaying KGVB. KGVB is 90.9 in Holliday TX (near Wichita Falls). ``The Gospel Station`` slogan is rather generic, but searching on that brings up several other stations in OK, including KIMY 93.9 in Watonga, and its defunct translator in Enid, K226BR on It`s not clear whether all these stations are eally related in the same network with // programming. Seems they are, plus a few scattered in other states: ikipedia says, ``KTGS (88.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Tishomingo, Oklahoma, USA. The station is currently owned by South Central klahoma Christian Broadcasting, Inc. The flagship of The Gospel Station network based in Ada, KTGS broadcasts a southern gospel format. In ddition to its flagship station, KTGS 88.3, The Gospel Station Network airs on 13 additional full powered stations and 10 low powered ranslators``. adio-locator.com shows site is NE of Tishomingo while Ada itself is slightly beyond the `local` contour. Distance to Enid about 158 miles (Glenn auser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1728 monitoring: confirmed on WRMI 9955, Wednesday July 9 at 1315, fair signal and no jamming. Also confirmed on ebcast of WBCQ 7490, Wednesday July 9 at ORLD OF RADIO 1729 monitoring: ready just in time for first broadcast on WRMI 9955, UT Thursday July 10 at 0331, confirmed with fair signal. lso second airing July 10 until 1259 on 9955, sufficient on the main external E-W longwire antenna to the FRG-7, well atop Taiwan, but on the inside longwire to the DX-398, about equal level with the SAH QRM. Next: UT Friday 0330v on WWRB 5050 (or like last week, 3185?) Saturday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB UT Sunday 0030 on WRMI 9495 (may be previous episode) UT Sunday 0130 on KVOH 9975 (NEW! Thanks to Ray Robinson) UT Monday 0300v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB Monday 2100 on WRMI (NEW) uesday 1100 on WRMI 9955 ednesday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB ednesday 1315 on WRMI 9955 ednesday 2100 on WBCQ 7490v rrata and clarifications, WOR 1729 (minor things that would take a lot of time and trouble to correct on the recording, not noticed until I played it ack myself): bout Canadian TVDX: mainly on channel 2, not 3 as I mis-spoke Diego Garcia log by Wilkner: July 2/3, not June Germany, successor to retiring Walter Brodowsky, spelling name of Michael Pütz, I said ``p-umlaut t zed`` instead of ``p-u-umlaut --`` oward the end about ``the end of shortwave broadcasting`` and of DSWCI, I should have mentioned it stands for Danish Shortwave Club International (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 5085, July 9 at 0552, *still* open carrier/dead air from WTWW-2 instead of Brother Scare, 24 hours after first noted, and 12+ hours since previous check on Was it still dead air thru the past dodekahour? I should have kept monitoring thru the afternoon and evening. Next check at 1059, BS is back! Not that I am dying to hear him. 5830, July 10 at 0608, WTWW-1 is off, but 5085 is on with BS. All the missing airtime of WTWW-1 must also be affecting income at Scriptures for 42

43 merica (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 1729, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A , July 9 at 0545, WHRI still on here, VG with hymns. Contrary to Ivo Ivanov`s report that the frequency had not been heard at all for two weeks as of July 8 (I think I also tuned across it July 8, but not noteworthy to log). The other Bulgarian monitor, Rumen Pankov, says it`s at only instead of , every day except unchecked on Friday UT Thursday July 10 I`m standing by on 11635, and on it comes a few seconds before *0530, right into music with no ID or any announcement. It`s a bigsig here, hard to believe on the 47 degree azimuth registered in HFCC, northeast- rather than northwest-ward (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also VIETNAM [and non] ** U S A. 750, July 9 at 0559 UT, KAMA El Paso TX is back after absence a couple nights, Spanish atop WSB so again out of whack call-in from somewoman in Los Ángeles (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** VIETNAM [and non] , July 9 at 1259, tune in to hear tail of World Harvest Radio ID, poor signal with flutter, so surely not WHRI but T8WH? However, neither found on any of the schedules, so brand new? 1300 into Chinese. Upon reflexion, I think it must have been receiver overload from the superstrong WHRI transmitter which closes at 1300, mixing with VOV (providing the flutter) which goes from Russian to Chinese at this hour legitimately on (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Miguel Angel Rocha Se subió el archivo Una nueva esperanza _amigos de la radio_.pdf SOBRE la RADIO: En las páginas 187 y siguientes, 278 y siguiente sobre un amigo de la radio que quizá conozcas-, 329, 346 y siguientes, y 358 de acuerdo al formato digital-, principalmente, aparecen en el libro algunas actividades, definiciones y presentaciones sobre la afición a la escucha e la radio, las ondas cortas, el diexismo y la radio afición. (Anexo copia de versión actualizada de libro Una nueva esperanza, la magia del speranto del cual soy autor. La trama de la obra es: Una noche, un extraño fenómeno transporta a un avión en pleno vuelo a un mundo paralelo, en donde se habla el esperanto. Los sobrevivientes se ven en la necesidad de aprender ese idioma al irse adaptando a la nueva sociedad. La lectura de esta novela de ciencia ficción facilita también el aprendizaje del idioma esperanto. El esperanto, el idioma internacional, es una propuesta para facilitar la comunicación entre todos los pueblos del mundo. Por estar estructurado por raíces de origen antiguo que son comunes a numerosos idiomas actuales y por carecer de excepciones gramaticales, verbales, de escritura y de pronunciación, es fácil de aprender para casi todos los habitantes del globo. Y al no ser respaldado por intereses imperialistas, mantiene su neutralidad. Este texto requiere de mejora constante). https://www.facebook.com/groups/diexismoextremo/ / Glenn Hauser Logs July 10-11, 2014 ** CUBA , July 11 at 0112, I notice a huge het upon 5050 WWRB which is again Brother Scaring while own programming is flipped on 3185 instead. At first little modulation can be extracted from the het, but then it`s certainly Spanish, and guess what --- R. Rebelde is missing from 025, so another huge SNAFU by the slopperators at RadioCuba. bove frequency measured by 40 Hz clix on the DX-398 compared to WWV on But on my keyboard, the het is somewhere between F#5 nd G5, i.e. 740 and 784 Hz, and 780 Hz below 5050 would match ; assuming WWRB is on , not confirmed, but surely close. till the het at 0327 when I am very glad WOR is also on 3185 instead for the second week. At 0424 check WWRB is off and R. Rebelde is still on 049+ with nothing to het. It`ll stay there until somebody notices, maybe all night, still at 0509 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * CUBA , July 11 at 0132, RHC harmonic 2 x 6070, very poor vs CODAR. 6270, RHC leapfrog of 6060 over 6165 English another 105 khz igher, is better at poor and mostly readable level (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * GREECE. 9935, July 11 at 0127, ERTOpen is on here again with Greek music, only marginally weaker and fadier than // 9420, with a lose third. Theo Donnelly in Burnaby, BC tells me that the night before, 9935 went off by 0351 July 10 while the other two continued (Glenn Hauser, K, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * NORTH AMERICA USB, July 11 at 0124 pirate music, 0125 conversation by ``Friendly Overlord`` with a YL guest; very poor signal, and ent off before This thread says it was OMCS: but not what it stands or; The Free Dictionary shows: cronym Definition MCS Open Mind Common Sense (research project) MCS Office of Motor Carrier Safety MCS Open Mission Critical System MCS Office of the Minister for the Civil Service (United Kingdom) MCS Senior Chief Opticalman (Naval Rating) MCS Operations Management & Control System like the first one, an artificial intelligence research project at MIT. See Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * PERU. 5980, July 11 at 0110, R. Chaski carrier with some modulation until cutoff at 0116:44* which is 17.5 seconds later than a trinite ago, 43

44 averaging 5.83 seconds later per night (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1729 monitoring: confirmed on WWRB, UT Friday July 11, first listening to webcast: 0327 preacher stops abruptly, and fter a respectful pause of about a semiminute, WOR playback starts, as usual initially severely overmodulated until turned down to reasonable level; hortly confirmed as also on 3185 instead of 5050, and a good thing, too, as R. Rebelde, see CUBA, is still making a horrible het from or so, ay off-frequency from 5025 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) * U S A , July 10 at 2107, WRMI-9 extension another semihour to 2130* today Thursday is just more Brother Scare; I had thought there ould be a variety of DX or other programs at , but not checked Tuesday or Wednesday. Did anyone? WOR was at 2100 Monday, but Jeff doesn`t publish full program schedules for 9495 and extras (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A , July 10 at 2019, WTWW-3 is off, while 9930 and 9475 are on; next check at 0131 UT July 11, 12105, 9475 and 5085 are all on ut WORless (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) NIDENTIFIED. 2660, July 11 at 0120 UT, JBA carrier, presumed the second harmonic of 1330 KGLD Tyler TX as IDed last year, and audiblized now nx to semi-hour power outage in the neighborhood for line repair following breakage in a storm last night, thus lowering the noise level now, and not uch atmospheric noise either for midsummer. Power cut back on at Meanwhile a wabbit has been busily munching some weeds in the iddle of the yard a few feet away, while keeping an eye on me (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Alfredo Meurer Jr. QSL manager de H40FN Temotu Island qsls Boa noite amigos Um informe. Esteve ativa a estação de indicativo H40FN Temotu Island, um país muitísimo raro da lista DXCC que fica no Oceano Pacífico desde o dia 24 de dezembro de 2013 ao dia 10 de janeiro de 2014, a sua prioridade foi na modalidade de CW, com muito poucas aparições em SSB. seu magager DL2GAC pede que os SWL enviem pelo menos, NO MINIMO, duas estações escutadas por cada banda e seguidas, por exemplo; 40FN foi escutado em 20m, o SWL para ter o qsl dessa estação terá que apresentar no seu cartão QSL no minimo 2 estações seguidas que fizeram ontato com H40FN, caso contrário ele não enviará o qsl de confirmação. DL2GAC For SWL confirmation I require TWO or MORE stations worked, listed on your SWL report. With one single worked station listed NO SWL confirmation. Nota; Atualmente muitos managers estão ficando cada vez mais exigentes com os relatos de escutas dos SWL para confirmaçoes de estações mais raras. Eu tive a sorte de escutar H40FN em e bem na casa de meu sogro no dia 25 de dezembro de 2013 exatamente no nosso pôr do sol e qsos com japoneses em SSB, sinal variando entre 52 a 54, eu estava usando uma antena dipolo de fio para a banda de 20m que eu levei para lá para tentar essa escuta, pois ele mora muito afastado daqui, do centro do Rio de Janeiro e num lugar mais alto e com qrm zero em 20m. Receptor Sony 7600G Um abraço a todos e ótimos DX. lfredo Meurer Jr. - ZY1-0001SWL Asociación Española de Radioescucha Noticias Informe nº 088 de para En Contacto, de Radio Habana Cuba a AER anuncia que ya están disponibles los ficheros de TEXTO y AUDIO de su Informe nº 088 de para En Contacto, de Radio Habana uba. Escuchar este informe La ya prolongada amistad de la AER (antes incluso de llamarse así) con Manolo de La Rosa y Malena Negrín, cuando trabajaban en Radio [ ] nforme nº 15 de para Mundo Sorprendente, de Radio Costa Rica La AER anuncia que ya están disponibles los ficheros de TEXTO y AUDIO de su Informe nº 15 de para Mundo Sorprendente, de Radio Costa Rica. Escuchar este informe Berny Solano ofreció en marzo de 2013 una colaboración periódica en su programa Mundo Sorprendente que la AER aceptó, pese a tratarse de una emisora local. Se [ ] EF4HQ (URE) en IARU HF Championship o podéis olvidar que la estación EF4HQ estará representando a URE con más de 50 socios desde diversos puntos de nuestro país, presente en las 6 bandas (10-160m) y 2 modos (CW/SSB) durante las 24h que dura el Concurso IARU HF World Championship del próximo 12 y 13 de Julio (24h). Bases completas del concurso [ ] Un saludo cordial, Pedro Sedano, Madrid, España - COORDINADOR GENERAL - AER 44

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