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ASOCIACION DIEXMAN URUGUAY
Boletín Nº 93
INDICE
PAGINA 4
Ernesto Paulero
Associação DX do Brasil
Brasil
Associação DX do Brasil
Brasil
Prithwiraj Purkayastha
Una alegria por la fama de Frcia Al día
Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 1818-1111-2012
Noticia
Contesta email ADU
PAGINA 5
BBC de Londres
Radio Heritage Foundation
Contesta email ADU
RHF Faces Battle...........
PAGINA 6
Dr. Adrian M. Peterson
NWS233 Sun Aug 11, 2013
PAGINA 10
Associação DX do Brasil
Brasil
Dr. Adrian M. Peterson
Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 0202-1212-2012
NWS234 Sun Aug 18, 2013
PAGINA 13
Juliano PY4CBC
Venta
PAGINA 14
Associação DX do Brasil
Brasil
DX Clube Sem Fronteiras
Associação DX do Brasil
Brasil
Pedido
Boletim "DX Sem Fronteiras"
Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 0909-1212-2012
PAGINA 15
Dario & Roberto
Dario & Roberto
Brazilian Travel Atlantic Coast :Second Day In Recife
Seconda Giornata Visitando Emissoras Di Goiania
PAGINA 16
Glenn Hauser
Logs August 66-8, 2013
PAGINA 18
Juan Franco Crespo
Glenn Hauser
Anuncio de Antena Dx
Logs August 88-9, 2013
PAGINA 19
Dario & Roberto
Riassunto Report Travel Brazilian Rio de Janeiro - Manaus by Roberto Pavanello
PAGINA 26
Glenn Hauser
Logs August 10, 2013
PAGINA 28
Radio Ha
Habana
bana Cuba
Aniversario 91 de la Radio Cubana
PAGINA 29
Glenn Hauser
Logs August 1010-11, 2013
PAGINA 33
Pedro Sedano
Juan Franco Crespo
Glenn Hauser
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Logs August 1111-12, 2013
ASOCIACION DIEXMAN URUGUAY
Boletín Nº 93
PAGINA 40
Giampiero Bernardini
Ascolti FM con l'autoradio a Quercianella
PAGINA 41
Glenn Hauser
Logs
ogs August 1212-13, 2013
PAGINA 42
Glenn Hauser
Logs August 15, 2013
PAGINA 43
Dario & Roberto
Riassunto reportage viaggio BRASILE 2013 da Manaus a Belo Horizonte di Roberto
PAGINA 45
Otávio Augusto de Mello
Jose Elias Diaz Gomez
Arnaldo Slaen
Video da ARRL
Solicitud
Noticias
PAGINA 46
Dino Bloise
Glenn Hauser
Frecuencia Al Día
Logs August 15-16, 2013
PAGINA 48
Dario & Roberto
Dario & Roberto
Travel Brazil 2013: 16 Agosto Visita alle emisoras di Belo Horizonte
VIAGGIO BRASIL TRAV EL 2013 BELO HORIZONTE di Roberto Pavanello
PAGINA 49
Rodolfo Tizzi
Claudio Galaz
Escuchas
Escuchas
PAGINA 51
José Ronaldo Xavier
Escuchas
PAGINA 52
Ernesto Paulero
Álex Robert
Escuchas
Escuchas
PAGINA 53
Anker Petersen
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Marcos Cox
Jorge Silva
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Escuchas
PAGINA 56
Miguel Castellino
Jose Kucher
Jose Elias Diaz Gomez
Escuchas
Escuchas
Escuchas
PAGINA 57
Francesco
Saverio De Cian
Mauro Giroletti
iroletti
Escuchas
Escuchas
Escuchas
PAGINA 58
Manuel Méndez
Escuchas
PAGINA 59
Luca Botto Fiora
Escuchas
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Boletín Nº 93
CONTENIDO
Ernesto Paulero
Una alegria por la fama de Frcia Al día
Hace una hora tocan el timbre en casa , y atiende mi hijo , y me avisa que hay un señor en la puerta que pregunta algo
sobre las antenas, entonces cuando voy, había un señor con una camioneta, que me pregunta previa disculpas, si yo era
raioaficionado, le contesto que soy radioescucha dado que ahora no tengo licencia de LU y me maniifiesta que él es
LW4DZB y que anda tratando de ubicar a un señor Llamado Ernesto Paulero , que siempre lo escucha en el programa de
Dino Bloise por Radio Provincia, y que éste Domingo lamentablemente no lo transmitieron por las elecciones, y
que además andaba buscando datos sobre un ingeniero colombiano que hablo en el programa de Dino sobre modos
digitales, cuando le dije que yo era Ernesto Paulero , se emocionó y realmente yo no podía creer lo que estaba pasando, así
que estuvimos de charla más de una hora jeje , que increíble ......... Eso es la radio amistad y camaradería je je.
Associação DX do Brasil
Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 1818-1111-2012
Comunicamos que já se encontra a disposição o mais recente áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" referente ao
terceiro domingo de novembro/2012. Neste programa dominical você encontra o espaço "Correio dos Ouvintes" da Rádio
França Internacional e "Onda DX" da Voz da Rússia. Ainda temos as notícias do seguimento DX com Jailton Amaral.
Confira em http://www.adxb.com.br/ea-18112012.mp3
Associação
Associação DX do Brasil
Noticia
Olá amigos (as)
Neste dia 25 de Agosto de 2013 o ouvinte de Ondas Curtas Leonaldo Ferreira realiza em Lagoa de Dentro – PB o I encontro
de Ouvintes da Rádio Internacional da China.
Um evento realizado para promover a emissora pública chinesa e abordar a sua relação com ouvintes na cidade e na
região. A emissora existe a mais de 70 anos e tem uma gama de milhares de ouvintes por todo o mundo, que escutam seus
programas seja por rádio de ondas curtas, na internet, via satélite ou em emissoras parceiras que retransmitem a
programação.
No estado da Paraíba a emissora ganha destaque devido aos esforços de alguns ouvintes que realizam encontros e eventos
que promovam o serviço em português da Rádio Internacional da China.
Quer saber qual a relação da emissora com Lagoa de Dentro a Paraíba e o Brasil? Então participe do nosso I Encontro que
será a partir das 14 horas na Sede do Sindicato dos Trabalhadores, Aposentados e Pensionistas Rurais e da Agricultura
Familiar de Lagoa de Dentro – PB (STAPRAFL) localizado na Rua 13 de Maio, 31, centro, Lagoa de Dentro – PB. Você
também pode obter informações por telefone (83) 93501732.
Leonaldo Ferreira, Rua Presidente Castelo Branco, 228 - Centro - Lagoa de Dentro – PB, 58250-000 - Brasil
Prithwiraj Purkayastha
Contesta email ADU
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Adventist World Radio
NWS233.doc (AppleMac)
AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program
* Program No
* Production Date
* Uploaded Date
NWS233 (ENGMI_WAVx_20130811)
Tuesday August 6, 2013
By - EDT Wednesday August 7, 2013 8:00 pm EDT
UTC Thursday August 8, 2013 0000 UTC
Singapore Morning, Thursday August 8, 2013
* Broadcast Date
Sunday August 11, 2013
* Contents
1. NASB Report: AWR Dr. Dowell Chow
2. More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
3. Philippine DX Report
4. Music of the World
* Research & Script
Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA
* Recording
Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami
* Distribution
AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR, WINB, Spaceline
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Wavescan Scheduling: A13 Transmission Period
March 31, 2013 - October 26, 2013
Day UTC Call
kHz kW
Station
Location
Country
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sun 1030 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
1530 AWR
15335 250
Media Broadcast
Nauen
Germany
1600 KSDA
15360 100
Adventist World Radio Agat
Guam
1600 KSDA
15670 100
Adventist World Radio Agat
Guam
2230 KSDA
15320 100
Adventist World Radio Agat
Guam
2330 KSDA
17650 100
Adventist World Radio Agat
Guam
Mon 1100 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
Wed MN00 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
1100 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
1900 WINB
13570 50
World International Red Lion
Pennsylvania USA
Thu 0300 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
Fri
0315 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
Sat
1100 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
1300 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
1530 WWCR2
12160 100
Worldwide Christian Nashville
Tennessee USA
2230 WRMI
9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
Spaceline
Bulgaria
iPod
AWR
Internet Stream
AWR.org
WRMI.net
WWCR.com WINB.com
Telephone Feed
WINB at 1 415 655 0846
Script Archive
Ontheshortwaves.com, Radioheritage.net, Portale.italradio.org, Offshoreradio.de Printed Articles
Various radio magazines
Google Search Wavescan
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Wavescan NWS233
* Theme - 00:00
“Birthday Serenade” - Willi Glahe
* Opening Announcement - 00:14
Welcome to “Wavescan”, international DX program from Adventist World Radio
Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI
Program outline
1. NASB Report: AWR Dr. Dowell Chow, AWR Languages & Services
2. More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
3. Philippine DX Report
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* NASB Report - 01:00
AWR Dr. Dowell Chow, AWR Languages & Services
* Program Announcement - 15:45
Allen Graham
* More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War - 16:33
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
For the first time in the history of electrical communication, wireless was used for the transmission of war news
from the fighting areas to newspaper offices in Europe & the United States. The year was 1904, and this is what happened.
Back towards the end of the year 1903, it so happened that the wireless experimenter Lee de Forest was in Ireland
and he was presenting test demonstrations of his wireless equipment to interested observers at a location near the city of
Dublin. War was in the offing over in the Far East, belligerent countries were making preparation, and newspapers were
preparing to give good coverage.
The London Times contracted with Captain Lionel James to go to the Far East as a news reporter, and Captain
James contracted with Lee de Forest to set up two wireless stations, one on land and another aboard ship. Two of Lee de
Forest’s employees in his New York office were given 24 hours to get ready to travel to the Far East. A total of 4 tons of
wireless equipment was quickly assembled and additional equipment was brought in to New York by a wireless operator
from England.
On January 17, 1904, Mr. H. J. Brown now in his 30s, and 21 year old H. E. Ahearn, together with all of their
assembled wireless equipment, left New York by train for Vancouver in British Colombia, Canada. At this western
Canadian seaport, they boarded the ship “Empress of Japan”, owned and operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
and bound for the western Pacific.
The wireless party arrived in Yokohama Japan on February 9, and they immediately boarded another seagoing
vessel, the “Empress of China”, operated by Canadian Pacific Steamships and bound for Shanghai on the edge of China.
Here they took over a Chinese coastal vessel, the “Haimun” and loaded all of their equipment aboard for the journey north
to the disputed waters.
On board the good ship “Haimun” and while it was traveling northwards, one set of wireless equipment was
installed for usage, together with two wireless masts, one American Oregon pine and the other Chinese bamboo. However,
both masts were felled in the rough seas, and so the Oregon pine mast at 75 feet was tied to one of the ship’s masts.
In due course, the “Haimun” arrived at an isolated British colony, known in those days as Wei Hai Wei, which was
located on the island of Liao Kung Tun. Here it was that the 21 year old radio operator, H. E. Ahearn was offloaded
together with the other set of wireless equipment which he installed on a cliff overlooking the ocean. He erected the 180 ft
bamboo wireless mast on top of the 350 ft high cliff.
It took Ahearn 3 weeks to get the station ready for service, with electric power from their own kerosene engine. The
location was just 1½ miles from a nearby cable station, operated by the Eastern Extension Telegraph & Cable Co.
In the meantime, the ship “Haimun”left the area, and steamed towards the area of conflict between Russia &
Japan.
On March 15, 1904, war correspondent Lionel James sent his first new dispatch from the “Haimun” and this was
tapped out in standard Morse Code by the operator H. J. Brown. This message was picked up by Ahearn in his little hut at
the land based wireless station and transcribed into regular English.
A Chinese messenger took the written message to the nearby cable station and in less than quarter of an hour this
war report was again tapped out in Morse Code and this time it was sent out over the long wire & cable systems to distant
England & America for publication in the London Times and the New York Times. This then, was the first wireless
message from a news correspondent in a war zone.
The content of this historic first wireless message from a war corespondent told of the Japanese landing at Chinam-Pho on the Korean peninsula when 25,000 troops and 10,000 horses went ashore.
Three weeks later, the Russian navy vessel “Bayan” arrested the movement of the “Haimun” wireless ship and they
sent a raiding party aboard the small Chinese steamer. One of the personnel on board the “Haimun” was a Japanese
censor who vetted every word sent out in Morse Code from this wireless equipped news vessel. In order to protect his life,
Lionel James had him quickly disguised as a Malay pilot at the helm of this ship.
However, both the Russians and the Japanese ordered the “Haimun” out of the war zone and so the ship steamed
back to Wei Hai Wei where they picked up wireless operator Ahearn and his equipment and then they moved off to
Nagasaki in Japan where the ship was discharged from service. During his six weeks of war reporting service, Lionel
James sent out a total of 10,000 words in his daily wireless dispatches from the “Haimun”.
As a postlude, the ship “Haimun” went back to service in Chinese waters; Lionel James stayed in the Far East and
continued in service as a land based war reporter; and the two wireless operators H. E. Ahearn & H. J. Brown returned to
the United States, where they were hailed as heroes back from the dangers in the environs of the war zone.
* Philippine DX Report - 21:49
Henry Umadhay
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* Music of the World - 27:03
Russia: Folk music, instrumental & group choir
* Closing Announcement - 27:19
Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, international DX program from Adventist World Radio
Researched and written in Indianapolis
Next week:1. 75th Anniversary: All India Radio on Shortwave
2. NASB Report
3. European Perspective
4. Bangladesh DX Report
Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI
Wavescan address:Box 29235
Indianapolis
Indiana 46229 USA
Wavescan @ AWR.org
Jeff White, shortwave WRMI
* Music Outrun - 28:37
* Program Ends - 28:55
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1. More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
The Good Ship “Haimun” & the Wireless Station in Coastal China
Year Date
Information
Reference
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Russo-Japanese War
1904 Feb 8 Commencement of hostilities
190x
Indian army wireless stations in Malaya & China intercepted & read Russian traffic
1905 Sep 5 End of hostilities
SS “Haimun”
1903
1904 Jan 1
1904
1904
1904 Jan 16
1904 Jan 17
1904
1904 Feb 9
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904 Mar 15
1904 Apr 6
1904 Apr 15
1904
1904 Apr 26
1904 Aug 12
1904 Aug 31
1904
De Forest equipment on test near Dublin Ireland
Contract signed between Lee de Forest & Capt Lionel James for 2 stations for Far East
Four tons of equipment readied in 10 days
Operator from England brought additional equipment from Holyhead-Howth experiments
Brown & Ahearn given 24 hours to get ready to leave for Japan
Left New York for Vancouver
Equipment & two operators sailed on “Empress of Japan” from Vancouver
“Empress of Japan” arrived Yokohama
Sailed on “Empress of China” to Shanghai, all placed aboard “Haimun”
Equipment installed and 2 masts Chinese pine & bamboo attached
Two masts felled in rough sea en route to Wei Hai Wei
Oregon pine 75 ft mast attached while en route
London Times spent 74 days outfitting & equipping “Haimun”
De Forest transmitter installed
De Forest operator aboard was H. J. Brown in 30s
“Haimun” arrived at Wei Hai Wei
Lionel James, war correspondent London Times, sends 1st message from “Haimun”
Russians from “Bayan” board “Haimun”
Russians announce will seize any wireless equipped ship
“Haimun” in service for 6 weeks
“Haimun” left for Nagasaki for refit
Russians from “Bayan” board “Haimun” and arrest Lionel James (wrong date)
James sent 10,000 copy words, daily reports
Report in NY Times from two operators, now not at the two de Forest stations
Wireless equipment removed
Wei Hai Wei, British Colony on Island of Liao Kung Tun in coastal China
1904
“Haimun” arrived at Wei Hai Wei
1904
Station constructed on cliff overlooking ocean waters, 350 ft high
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Bamboo mast erected 180 ft high
De Forest operator was 21 year old H. E. Ahearn
Only wireless service in Far East
1904
Station installed in 3 weeks
Kerosene engine as power generator
Messages received at Wei Hai Wei taken by pony & runner, 12 minutes
1½ miles to nearby cable station, Eastern Extension Telegraph & Cable Co
1904 Mar 16 1st message from “Haimun”
1904
Station dismantled
1904 Jul 10 De Forest party left Wei Hai Wei for Shanghai and USA
Associação DX do Brasil
Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 0202-1212-2012
Comunicamos que já se encontra a disposição o mais recente áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" referente ao
primeiro domingo de dezembro/2012. Neste programa dominical você encontra o espaço "Correio dos Ouvintes" da Rádio
França Internacional e "Onda DX" da Voz da Rússia.
Ainda temos as notícias do seguimento DX com Jailton Amaral.
Confira em http://www.adxb.com.br/ea-02122012.mp3
Dr. Adrian M. Peterson
NWS234 Sun Aug 18, 2013
Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio
N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ
Board of Directors
Radio Heritage New Zealand
Adventist Radio Stations in Indiana
Board of Directors Emeritus
Adventist World Radio
NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA
[email protected] - [email protected]
Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA (317 891 8540)
Adventist World Radio
NWS233.doc (AppleMac)
AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program
* Program No
* Production Date
* Uploaded Date
NWS233 (ENGMI_WAVx_20130811)
Tuesday August 6, 2013
By - EDT Wednesday August 7, 2013 8:00 pm EDT
UTC Thursday August 8, 2013 0000 UTC
Singapore Morning, Thursday August 8, 2013
* Broadcast Date
Sunday August 11, 2013
* Contents
1. NASB Report: AWR Dr. Dowell Chow
2. More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
3. Philippine DX Report
4. Music of the World
* Research & Script
Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA
* Recording
Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami
* Distribution
AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR, WINB, Spaceline
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Wavescan Scheduling: A13 Transmission Period
March 31, 2013 - October 26, 2013
Day UTC Call
kHz kW
Station
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Country
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9955 50
Radio Miami Int
Miami
Florida USA
1530 AWR
15335 250
Media Broadcast
Nauen
Germany
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* Theme - 00:00
“Birthday Serenade” - Willi Glahe
* Opening Announcement - 00:14
Welcome to “Wavescan”, international DX program from Adventist World Radio
Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI
Program outline
1. NASB Report: AWR Dr. Dowell Chow, AWR Languages & Services
2. More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
3. Philippine DX Report
* NASB Report - 01:00
AWR Dr. Dowell Chow, AWR Languages & Services
* Program Announcement - 15:45
Allen Graham
* More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War - 16:33
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
For the first time in the history of electrical communication, wireless was used for the transmission of war news
from the fighting areas to newspaper offices in Europe & the United States. The year was 1904, and this is what happened.
Back towards the end of the year 1903, it so happened that the wireless experimenter Lee de Forest was in Ireland
and he was presenting test demonstrations of his wireless equipment to interested observers at a location near the city of
Dublin. War was in the offing over in the Far East, belligerent countries were making preparation, and newspapers were
preparing to give good coverage.
The London Times contracted with Captain Lionel James to go to the Far East as a news reporter, and Captain
James contracted with Lee de Forest to set up two wireless stations, one on land and another aboard ship. Two of Lee de
Forest’s employees in his New York office were given 24 hours to get ready to travel to the Far East. A total of 4 tons of
wireless equipment was quickly assembled and additional equipment was brought in to New York by a wireless operator
from England.
On January 17, 1904, Mr. H. J. Brown now in his 30s, and 21 year old H. E. Ahearn, together with all of their
assembled wireless equipment, left New York by train for Vancouver in British Colombia, Canada. At this western
Canadian seaport, they boarded the ship “Empress of Japan”, owned and operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
and bound for the western Pacific.
The wireless party arrived in Yokohama Japan on February 9, and they immediately boarded another seagoing
vessel, the “Empress of China”, operated by Canadian Pacific Steamships and bound for Shanghai on the edge of China.
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Here they took over a Chinese coastal vessel, the “Haimun” and loaded all of their equipment aboard for the journey north
to the disputed waters.
On board the good ship “Haimun” and while it was traveling northwards, one set of wireless equipment was
installed for usage, together with two wireless masts, one American Oregon pine and the other Chinese bamboo. However,
both masts were felled in the rough seas, and so the Oregon pine mast at 75 feet was tied to one of the ship’s masts.
In due course, the “Haimun” arrived at an isolated British colony, known in those days as Wei Hai Wei, which was
located on the island of Liao Kung Tun. Here it was that the 21 year old radio operator, H. E. Ahearn was offloaded
together with the other set of wireless equipment which he installed on a cliff overlooking the ocean. He erected the 180 ft
bamboo wireless mast on top of the 350 ft high cliff.
It took Ahearn 3 weeks to get the station ready for service, with electric power from their own kerosene engine. The
location was just 1½ miles from a nearby cable station, operated by the Eastern Extension Telegraph & Cable Co.
In the meantime, the ship “Haimun”left the area, and steamed towards the area of conflict between Russia &
Japan.
On March 15, 1904, war correspondent Lionel James sent his first new dispatch from the “Haimun” and this was
tapped out in standard Morse Code by the operator H. J. Brown. This message was picked up by Ahearn in his little hut at
the land based wireless station and transcribed into regular English.
A Chinese messenger took the written message to the nearby cable station and in less than quarter of an hour this
war report was again tapped out in Morse Code and this time it was sent out over the long wire & cable systems to distant
England & America for publication in the London Times and the New York Times. This then, was the first wireless
message from a news correspondent in a war zone.
The content of this historic first wireless message from a war corespondent told of the Japanese landing at Chinam-Pho on the Korean peninsula when 25,000 troops and 10,000 horses went ashore.
Three weeks later, the Russian navy vessel “Bayan” arrested the movement of the “Haimun” wireless ship and they
sent a raiding party aboard the small Chinese steamer. One of the personnel on board the “Haimun” was a Japanese
censor who vetted every word sent out in Morse Code from this wireless equipped news vessel. In order to protect his life,
Lionel James had him quickly disguised as a Malay pilot at the helm of this ship.
However, both the Russians and the Japanese ordered the “Haimun” out of the war zone and so the ship steamed
back to Wei Hai Wei where they picked up wireless operator Ahearn and his equipment and then they moved off to
Nagasaki in Japan where the ship was discharged from service. During his six weeks of war reporting service, Lionel
James sent out a total of 10,000 words in his daily wireless dispatches from the “Haimun”.
As a postlude, the ship “Haimun” went back to service in Chinese waters; Lionel James stayed in the Far East and
continued in service as a land based war reporter; and the two wireless operators H. E. Ahearn & H. J. Brown returned to
the United States, where they were hailed as heroes back from the dangers in the environs of the war zone.
* Philippine DX Report - 21:49
Henry Umadhay
* Music of the World - 27:03
Russia: Folk music, instrumental & group choir
* Closing Announcement - 27:19
Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, international DX program from Adventist World Radio
Researched and written in Indianapolis
Next week:1. 75th Anniversary: All India Radio on Shortwave
2. NASB Report
3. European Perspective
4. Bangladesh DX Report
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Jeff White, shortwave WRMI
* Music Outrun - 28:37
* Program Ends - 28:55
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1. More than 100 Years Ago: Wireless at War
The Story of the World’s 1st Wireless Reports from a War Zone
The Good Ship “Haimun” & the Wireless Station in Coastal China
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Year Date
Information
Reference
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Russo-Japanese War
1904 Feb 8 Commencement of hostilities
190x
Indian army wireless stations in Malaya & China intercepted & read Russian traffic
1905 Sep 5 End of hostilities
SS “Haimun”
1903
1904 Jan 1
1904
1904
1904 Jan 16
1904 Jan 17
1904
1904 Feb 9
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904 Mar 15
1904 Apr 6
1904 Apr 15
1904
1904 Apr 26
1904 Aug 12
1904 Aug 31
1904
De Forest equipment on test near Dublin Ireland
Contract signed between Lee de Forest & Capt Lionel James for 2 stations for Far East
Four tons of equipment readied in 10 days
Operator from England brought additional equipment from Holyhead-Howth experiments
Brown & Ahearn given 24 hours to get ready to leave for Japan
Left New York for Vancouver
Equipment & two operators sailed on “Empress of Japan” from Vancouver
“Empress of Japan” arrived Yokohama
Sailed on “Empress of China” to Shanghai, all placed aboard “Haimun”
Equipment installed and 2 masts Chinese pine & bamboo attached
Two masts felled in rough sea en route to Wei Hai Wei
Oregon pine 75 ft mast attached while en route
London Times spent 74 days outfitting & equipping “Haimun”
De Forest transmitter installed
De Forest operator aboard was H. J. Brown in 30s
“Haimun” arrived at Wei Hai Wei
Lionel James, war correspondent London Times, sends 1st message from “Haimun”
Russians from “Bayan” board “Haimun”
Russians announce will seize any wireless equipped ship
“Haimun” in service for 6 weeks
“Haimun” left for Nagasaki for refit
Russians from “Bayan” board “Haimun” and arrest Lionel James (wrong date)
James sent 10,000 copy words, daily reports
Report in NY Times from two operators, now not at the two de Forest stations
Wireless equipment removed
Wei Hai Wei, British Colony on Island of Liao Kung Tun in coastal China
1904
“Haimun” arrived at Wei Hai Wei
1904
Station constructed on cliff overlooking ocean waters, 350 ft high
Bamboo mast erected 180 ft high
De Forest operator was 21 year old H. E. Ahearn
Only wireless service in Far East
1904
Station installed in 3 weeks
Kerosene engine as power generator
Messages received at Wei Hai Wei taken by pony & runner, 12 minutes
1½ miles to nearby cable station, Eastern Extension Telegraph & Cable Co
1904 Mar 16 1st message from “Haimun”
1904
Station dismantled
1904 Jul 10 De Forest party left Wei Hai Wei for Shanghai and USA
Juliano PY4CBC
Venta
Com a permissão dos Senhores moderadores, segue abaixo relação de equipamentos à venda. Não aceito trocas. Envio
fotos aos interessados. Contato em PVT pelo [email protected] Skype: Juliano Aristides de Castro Sousa – PY4CBC ou
(37)9987-5122 – Juliano PY4CBC – Divinópolis – MG
1.Vendo Swam 350 Rádio Swam HF Valvulado de 10 a 80 metros, acompanha Fonte Original da Linha e modulo de Vox.
Acompanha microfone Shure 444. Equipamento muito conservado e em pleno funcionamento.
Valor: R$1.200,00 + Frete
2.Vendo Microfone Shure 488T de mão amplificado, muito conservado. Equipamento para radioamadores e
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colecionadores exigentes. Valor: R$200,00 + Frete.
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conserto, segundo a Assistência Técnica tem que trocar a placa mãe e o orçamento deles fica no valor de um equipamento
novo. Acompanha capa, caixa, manual e carregador, tudo original. Aceito trocas por equipamentos de radioamador.
Valor: R$450,00 + Frete.
4.Vendo Amplificador Linear Valvulado Lafayette HA250A + Power Supply(Fonte de Alimentação) HA255 (Linha
Completa) para as bandas de 6, 10, 11 e 15 metros muito nova e conservada. Não aceito trocas. Valor: R$500,00 + Frete.
5.Vendo Controle de Rotor CDE(apenas controle) Modelo H-III/CD-44 muito novo e conservado. Não aceito trocas.
Valor: R$500,00 + Frete.
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trocas. Valor R$100,00 + Frete
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que nos comunique o mais breve possivel pelo nosso e-mail principal: [email protected] tendo em vista que além das
informações que enviamos para esta lista também enviamos informações importantes para os e-mails pessoais de nossos
associados sempre que precisamos.
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Áudio do programa
programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 0909-1212-2012
Comunicamos que já se encontra a disposição o mais recente áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" referente ao
segundo domingo de dezembro/2012. Neste programa dominical você encontra o espaço "Correio dos Ouvintes" da Rádio
França Internacional e "Onda DX" da Voz da Rússia.
Ainda temos as notícias do seguimento DX com Jailton Amaral.
Confira em http://www.adxb.com.br/ea-09122012.mp3
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Dario & Roberto
Brazilian Travel Atlantic Coast :Second Day In Recife
CIAO A TUTTI GLI AMICI DELLA LISTA DI PLAYDX:
Il giorno successivo eravamo subito " in strada ". Iniziavamo dalle più lontane dal centro, le evangeliche 98 FM, operante
su 98.5 MHz e Rede Aleluia 640 kHz. Megatempio costruito non si sá se grazie alle donazioni dei poveracci abbindolati o
grazie a quelle del governo statunitense, reception all´interno del parcheggio sotterraneo e nulla, come sempre con questo
genere di emittenti. Ma noi siamo masochisti e perseveravamo andando all´indirizzo ( Travessa Doutor Pinheiro 2422 )
che credevamo essere quello di Radio Novo Tempo 1080 kHz, la locale AWR ed invece lí giunti una voce al citofono ci
diceva che da longe tempo la stazione si era trasferita. Dove? Provate a chiederlo in Viuzzo del Pergolino a Firenze, magari
li lo sapranno!!! HI!!!!Il terzo tentativo era una pietra miliare del Dxing brasiliano, quella Radio Cultura do Pará 5045 kHz
e 93,7 MHz che per anni ha fatto giungere tutte le notti i suoi segnali in Italia. Poi una quindicina di anni fá il silenzio
interrotto per un annetto un paio di anni orsono ed ora di nuovo il silenzio. Comunque una storica emittente da me piú
volte ascoltata e confermata. Eravamo ricevuti dal Direttore Tecnico che ci illustrava tutta la situazione dell´onda corta
oggi in silenzio a causa del danno al trasmettitore da 10 Kwatt continental, di produzione cilena sabotato da un fulmine
temporalesco. Molto interessante parlare con una persona che conosce il nostro hobby, i nostri interessi, le nostre
esigenze. Venivamo portati a vedere gli studi di produzione e la sala trasmettitori e scattavamo numerose foto della bella
location ove la radio é ospitata. Peccato che nessun esemplare dei meravigliosi adesivi che vedevamo sulle auto e sulle
pareti degli uffici fossero disponibili. Si continuava nella leggenda del Dxing sui 60 metri raggiungendo la sede che Radio
Clube do Pará 4885 e 690 kHz suddivide con le sorelline Diario FM 92,9 MHz e 99 FM 99,9 MHz. Si era davvero nel mito,
roba da inchinarsi a baciare la terra!!! Se oltre alle 2 cubane c´é un´altra stazione
latino-americana che tutte le notti si puó essere certi di ascoltare questa é Radio Clube do Pará. Se verso le 23 UTC non la
si ascolta significa che é scoppiato il Sole!!!!! Non é stato difficile entrare grazie ad un rapporto non confermato dell´
amico Alexander di San Pietroburgo ed una volta dentro eravamo accolti da Daniela Barion, responsabile del marketing e
da Antonio Giordano, altro adetto al marketing, italo-brasiliano ( madre brasiliana, padre italiano ) che parla un italiano
perfetto e quindi per un paio di ore ci é davvero sembrato di essere in casa, tanto sono stati, con noi, gentili e disponibili.
Visitavamo gli studi delle tre emittenti, ci incontravamo con il piú importante locutor della medesima, venivamo omaggiati
di vari souvenir ( la stazione é perfettamente consapevole e lieta di arrivare in tutto il mondo e di ricevere rapporti di
ricezione da noi hobbysti ). Vari materiali ci venivano offe00000rti con nostra somma gioia e quindi che dire, se non che
vale davvero la pena di fare una sosta in Belem solo per conoscere Radio Clube do Pará!!!!! Percui se passate da Belem
andateci, potete parlare anche in italiano!!!!! L´ obbiettivo primario del giorno era stato raggiunto, si proseguiva per
vedere di aggiungere ancora un po´di caviale alla tartina!!! Dato che, come giá detto siamo masochisti, provavamo con un
altra evangelica Radio Boas Novas, in Belem , su 1270 kHz e 91,9 MHz. Arrivati alla radio ci dicevano che gli adesivi erano
venduti ( anche sugli adesivi vogliono far quattrini gli evangelici brasiliani ) nella sede della chiesa, arrivati alla sede della
chiesa ci veniva detto che vengono venduti solo al venerdi!!!! Non chiedetemi perché che non lo só e neanché voglio
sforzarmi di capire il perché. Si cambiava chiesa: dagli evangelici di Boas Novas ai cattolici di Nazaré FM 91,3 MHz e FM
Libertade 95,9 MHz, le emittenti dell´Arcidiocesi di Belem, ma il risultato non cambiava, il nulla piú totale! E non pensate
che le cose cambiassero andando da una commerciale, a mani vuote restavamo anche a FM Rauland 95,1 MHz, emittente
di musica rock and pop internazionale attiva su 95,1 MHz. A Radio Liberal 900 KHz e 97,5 MHz e alla sua cuginetta Lib
Music 90,5 MHz la risposta del receptionista era la solita ( gli adesivi son finiti ) ma li mi ricordavo di essere un famoso
predatore di adesivi radiofonici ricercato in tutto l´Uruguay per il furto di un adesivo macilento di AM Tango e appena il
receptionista si voltava dall´altra parte in meno di 2 secondi facevo sparire un adesivo li appiccicato di Radio Liberal!!!
Passano gli anni ma sono ancora in gamba!!!!!! A Radio Jovem Pan 102,3 MHz gli adesivi non dovevo rubarli, due
esemplari ci venivano consegnati. Si chiudeva ancora con il nulla alla comune sede di Radio Super Marajoara 1130 KHz e
Mix FM 100,9 MHz. Ed anche Belem era stata setacciata, vivendo una giornata per me, ma penso anche per Dario, storica
uno di quei giorni che ti fanno capire cosa vuol dire fare DX e fare questi viaggi in capo al mondo. Si chiedeva anche con un
ottima cena, la migliore fatta fino in quel momento in Brasile al Ristorante Famiglia Sicilia. Veramente ottimo!!!!
Dario & Roberto
Dario & Roberto
Seconda Giornata Visitando Emissoras Di Goiania
I primi adesivi arrivavano a Radio Tamandarè 890 kHz ove avevamo un appuntamento con o Senior Serafim de Sa
Pereira. L´emittente una volta era facente parte della Rede Globo, ma quando la Rede ha iniziato a preferire l´FM all´AM
li ha venduti a una della tante chiese evangeliche ed ora sono una delle tante radio che infestano l´etere brasiliano con
predicatori urlanti la palavra de Deus. Il Senior Serafim é il responsabile tecnico e quindi ci mostrava per prima cosa i
trasmettitori MADE IN BRASILE negli anni ´50 utilizzati oltre che da Radio Tamandaré anche da Radio Relogio Musical
1120 kHz, il canale musicale della chiesa evangelica. Ci venivano poi mostrati gli studi delle due emittenti ed in quello di
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Tamandaré il pastore allora in onda interrompeva la sua predica per un´intervista.Subito andavamo a Transamerica, la
rete nazionale di musica pop in Recife su 92,7 MHz. Solita casetta, solita reception intelligente, solito foto al solito studio e
un po´di adesivi locali erano i prima della giornata. Si proseguiva con Radio Folha 96,7 MHz, altra emittente di musica e
notizie legata un un quotidiano locale. Anche qui tutti molto gentili e quindi visita agli studi, fotografie e nuovi adesivi.
Pieno successo anche a Nossa Radio, altra rete nazionale di pop music attiva per Recife su 106,9 MHz.
Niente visita alle installazioni ma alcuni esemplari dei nuovi adesivi, molto belli, venivano raccolti. Seguiva il primo buco
del giorno: all´indirizzo in nostro possesso di Manchete FM 94,3 MHz ( Av. Dantas Barreto 498 ) il portinaio ci diceva che
si era trasferia non si sá dove. Negativa anche la visita successiva alla evangelica Radio Boas Novas, tutto sprangato con
lucchettone medioevale. E dato che non c´é due senza tre restavamo a mani vuote anche a 102 FM, emittente radio del
gruppo Rede Brasil de Telecomunicacao. Per fortuna che si finiva in bellezza: a Radio Nova Brasil 94,3 MHz raccoglievamo
gli ultimi adesivi Pernambuquesi. Si era terminato, con lo stesso taxi utilizzato nei due giorni di scorribande radiofoniche
ci trasferivamo all´aeroporto in modo da poter partire, alle 18.10 per Belem ove arrivavamo alle 23.05.
CONTINUA ...... DARIO & ROBERTO
Glenn Hauser
Logs August 66-8, 2013
** BANGLADESH. 15505, August 7 at 1358, BB best heard in some weeks; hope it`s a trend, S9+17 peaks with flutter
during IS, timesignal ending 3.5 seconds past 1400 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA [and non]. 15400, August 6 at 1621, one of few signals on 19m (except 15825 WWCR getting short-range
sporadic-E boost) is here in Chinese, poor with fast SAH.
Nothing in latest HFCC, but Aoki shows since April 23, RFA in Chinese via SAIPAN has been on 15400 only on Tuesdays,
which this is, and it`s likely the CNR1 jammer atop. Another of those services with futile jamming-evasion by changing
frequencies depending on day of a week, in a published and predictable pattern; with neighboring *listings in Aoki: 15395
on Sundays, 15405 on Thursdays. 15410 on Saturdays, etc.
13675, August 6 at 1623 another weak Chinese signal, i.e. another CNR1 jammer, this time against daily 15-17 broadcast of
RFA via TAJIKISTAN (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. August 8 turned on channel 2 around 1445 UT with antenna SSW for snowfest until:
1516 on 2, fades in Spanish, talk show, letterboxed
1516 on 4, that was quick, MUF already up to here, novela with Televisa net-9 Gala TV swirl bug in upper left, and Televisa
net-2 star bug in upper right at same time! Sort that out.
1516 on 5, MUF even to here with toon from Televisa net-5. You never know whether their italic 5 bug in an oval will be in
the UR or LR corner, and this time I did not note which
1517 on 4, under Gala swirl UL are time 10:17 (CDT), and 33 degree temp, still with Estrella also in UR. Does it ever get
that hot at the elevation of México DF?
1520 on 2, Azteca net-7 bug in UR; program? bug in LL says DE VIVA VOZ, apparent interview show. This is full-screen,
not letterboxed. The 7 bug (just the large figure) in the UR comes and goes and comes and goes, rather than staying
constant
1545 on 2, startled to hear some English audio mixing with Spanish from another station, but it`s just an ad for Open
English (language learning?)
1555 on 2, still Azteca-7, YL caster mentions Torreón, Coahuila. Probably the morning news from Monterrey carried by
XHTAU Tampico
1635 on 4, toon from Televisa net-5, bug in LR, Woody Woodpecker
1643 on 2, Guadalajara phone number and address in ad/infomercial involving a crucifix, so XEWO-TV
1653 on 2, italic +v bug in UR = Más Visión, XEWO-TV. The plus sort of doubles as a lower-case t
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1708 on 2, YLs are talking about mini-pigs; program? bug in LL seems to read HV or maybe HY (or could it be part of HOY
from Televisa-2?)
1717 on 2, CCI involving Azteca-7
1727 on 2, CCI includes soccer from one of them; also glimpse a graphic which says TIA BANK --- probably SCOTIABANK.
Are we getting Canada too? No signal from north and nothing on 6m maps from north. Scotiabank does in fact funxion in
Mexico, which comes up before Canada in a Google search; also claims to be in USA, in a few major cities, but I think not
for ordinary customer banking. At least I`ve never seen one
1734 on 2, +v bug again in UR, 10 kHz offset CCI from algo
1810 on 4 (after lunch break of Indian green curry and BBQ pork), YL with weather map probably showing hurricane;
crawler mentions Jalisco. So maybe XEWO`s sibling XHG Guadalajara (MUF this hi yet nothing showing now on either
6m map!)
1817 on 4, toon from Televisa net-5, bug in LR
1820 on 4, novela, with net-5 bug in UR, so two different ones with unsame programming?
1837 on 2, still heavy CCI, including +v = XEWO.
You may have noticed that thruout this entire opening there has been nothing on channel 3! Well, hardly anything but
some weak CCI now and then not otherwise logged
1900 on 2, animation from Televisa net-5, bug in LR
Now I am recording WORLD OF RADIO 1681, but keep an eye on the monitor as the opening gradually disappears in the
next half hour or so
2119 on 2, nothing in until a quick glimpse of TU CANAL bug in UR. May well be a Perseid meteor scattering rather than a
sporadic-E surge, i.e. XEPM in Juárez (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 960, August 6 at 1151 UT two YLs with OKC news of the day, mentions to stay tuned at 7 for CBS This
Morning --- so KGWA Enid must be picking up the soundtrack of KWTV-39 now before their own morning-man ``J.
Curtis Huckleberry`` takes over at 1200+ weekdays (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, after missing a Chaski-check UT August 7 due to an event, and after avoiding the skeeters on the porch by
monitoring from inside for a few days, on August 8 I try bundling up in the 85 degree heat like it`s winter, with a ski mask,
and almost all other skin covered. Tune in at 0059, some music modulation is making it despite splash from CRI/Cuba
5990, and the 5980 carrier cuts off at 0100:49*.
The cutoff I reported 48 hours earlier at 0100:59.5 must have been a red herring, probably receiver overload from
something else, as Martien Groot, Netherlands, timed it at a more expectable hour of 0100:38 August 6, which was 11.5
seconds later than August 4, and 11 seconds earlier than August 8, so we are back on track with the ~5.5 second shift per
24 hours (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SPAIN [and non]. 9685, August 8 at 0057, another perfunctory check for International Radio Serbia, whose North
American service (once one of the best signals from Europe) has been missing for weeks now, and has yet to answer my
inquiry: but something else is there!
Immediately IDs as Radio Exterior de España. Have they moved in deliberately, or is it a mistake? Time will tell. I check
some of the other REE frequencies I can recall to see if they are missing: still on stronger 9535; much weaker but still
audible, buried in its own DRM Noise from CR 9630, on 9620. CR analog relay audible on 5995. HFCC has 11680 for
Spain at 23-02, and not audible there, but I`m not sure if they really had been during this hour. I know I had previously
heard them (in B-12?) clashing with Cuba, scheduled 23-04 on 11680, but neither is on now. Is REE using 9685 at any
other time? Yes! For the M-F 20-21 UT French broadcast. So that explains it: either forgot to change frequency since 21 or
punched wrong pre-set button. Stayed on past 0101. Bet it`s gone again tomorrow.
I suspect some log editors throw out items like this if they`re probably a one-off and not repeatable; but to me mistakes
are much more newsworthy than routine logs, and should be a matter of historical record --- at least they are, in DXLD
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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** TUNISIA. 7275, August 7 at 0526, familiar Western operatic piece but apparently in Arabic; fairly good signal as IWT is
gradually improving now with increasing darkness on its end of the path. On 7275 for only one hour now (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5110-CUSB, August 8 at 0104 I attempt to hear the new show on WBCQ, `Heart & Soul of America Broadcast`,
but cannot. A reduced carrier is however detectable in the noise level. Meanwhile, 9330 WBCQ remains unheard at various
times of day and night checked August 6-8 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1681 monitoring: completed in time for first airing on WRMI 9955, UT Thursday August 8 at
0330. Thence:
Thursday 2100.5 on WTWW-1 9479
UT Friday 0325v on WWRB 5050 (we hope, having missed two weeks due to computer problems there)
UT Saturday 0200 on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB
Saturday 0630 & 1430 on Hamburger Lokalradio, 1 kW in Germany, 7265-CUSB (please confirm it`s still on in August?)
Saturday 1500 on WRMI 9955
UT Sunday 0400.5 on WTWW-1 5830
As for WTWW-2, the Sat & Sun 2330v airings on 9930 were missed last week due to transmitter problems, but maybe will
resume; it was on the air Wednesday at 2330. Even less certain are the variable times between 17 and 24 on 9930, or 00-01
on 5085 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Juan Franco Crespo
Anuncio de Antena Dx
Enviado: Viernes 26 de julio de 2013 18:26 - Asunto: Anuncio de Antena Dx
Nos complace compartir con ustedes la siguiente noticia adjunta.
Victor Gutiérrez - Antena dx - Panamá, Centroamérica. www.lachispaestereo.com
Antena Dx
Estimados radioescuchas del mundo. Queremos informarles que ANTENA DX programa dedicado a los medios de
comunicación y las nuevas tecnologías producidos en Panamá, Centroamérica. Nuevamente se estará produciendo y será
transmitido por diferentes emisoras desde el sábado 3 de agosto en adelante.
El programa lo podrán sintonizar a través de las siguientes emisoras.
Radio Metrópolis 93.5 FM 1.160 AM en Panamá. Los sábados a las 8:30 Pm 01:30 UTC www.radiometropolis.com.pa
La Chispa Estéreo en Panamá. Los sábados a las 8:30 Pm 01:30 UTC www.lachispaestereo.com
Radio Verdad 4055 SW en Guatemala. Los sábados a las 8:00 Pm 01:00 UTC www.radioverdad.org
Hola Stereo 105.5 FM en Venezuela. Los domingos a las 7:00 Pm 00:00 UTC www.holastereofm.com
También nos podrá sintonizar en diferido en la página de La Chispa Estéreo, a quienes nos envíen un informe de
recepción de este primer programa se le estará enviado la QSL digital.
Nos pueden escribir a [email protected] quedan todos invitados a sintonizarnos por las emisoras y sitios web
antes mencionados.
Victor Gutierrez - Productor y presentador de Antena Dx
Glenn Hauser
Logs August 88-9, 2013
** IRAN [and non]. 17650, August 8 at 1914, poor signal in French, yet it is the SSOB, better than a very poor signal on
17795, presumably BBC Woofferton. I am rather surprised that per HFCC, 17650 turns out to be IRIB, 1830-1930, 500 kW,
259 degrees from Kamalabad to Africa. The 16m band is almost vacant in our afternoons, tho surely many closer countries
would be propagating if they cared to employ it (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 1020, August 8 at 2025 UT on caradio, the only anomaly is that KOKP Perry is off the air again (totally,
not just open carrier); while sibling stations 1580 and 105.1 are // and nominal. Why does this keep happening? Touchy
transmitter and someone has to get around to going out to the unmanned site and reset it? (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
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** OMAN. 15140, August 8 at 2214, Arabic music is here instead of 15355, so this time RSO has failed to QSY at 2200 as
per own schedule. Next check, August 9 at 0005, 15355 is still on, that having failed to QSY to 9760 at 0000 per own
schedule (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, August 9 at 0058, R. Chaski carrier is barely audible, but definitely cuts off at 0100:53.5* which is 4.5
seconds later than yesterday, so there does seem to be some slight variation. I am back on the porch with the usual DX-398
and short wire, fortified by Deet on my hands and exposed neck area which would also be helpful as I moved on to half a
sesquihour (one tank) of lawnmowing after this DX session (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SPAIN [and non]. 9685, August 9 at 0004, REE is gone again from the unscheduled, frequency it was on 23 hours
earlier, but it *is* on 15160, in Spanish. Ivo Ivanov points out that 15160 was scheduled 23-02 and 9685 is a ``new``
frequency replacing it. I did check 15160 as well yesterday around 0100 and heard only Chinese weakly, as CRI is also
scheduled there in a three-way collision with R. Australia. Today another check at 0058 finds 9685 still vacant of Spain as
well as Serbia, and 15160 Spain // 9535, but no RA or CRI audible. So my theory holds, that Spain was on 9685 by mistake,
bringing it up again after the intentional French broadcast on it at 20-21 weekdays (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1681 monitoring: confirmed on WTWW-1, 9479, Thursday August 9 at 2100.5, very good.
Tuned in WWRB webcast just in time at 0327 UT Friday August 10 to hear Dave cut off the preacher at 0328 to announce
that their ``computer looks like it`s fixed after a bad lightning strike which did a lot of damage here at WWRB, stand by
for World of Radio``, and WOR 1681 followed at 0329. Also confirmed on 5050 at 0353 check, fair with some splash from
Cuba 5040.
Next: UT Saturday August 10 at 0200 on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB; Saturday 0630 & 1430 on HLR 7265-CUSB;
Saturday 1500 on WRMI 9955; Saturday & Sunday 2329v (maybe) on WTWW-2 9930; UT Sunday 0400.5 on WTWW-1
5830 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. Following the post-sunrise 5085 broadcast of Brother Scare, August 9, nothing more heard from WTWW-2 into
early UT August 10 on 9930 or 5085. George McClintock tells me that WTWW is far enough up a hill from the Upper
Cumberland River for flooding not to be a threat; a different H2O problem has reduced the schedule, a leaky pump for the
water-cooled transmitter (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** VENEZUELA [non]. 9995 [non], August 9 from 0201:30, I listen to WRMI webcast for the Ecos del Torbes special. All
about the history of the station which was formerly on SW 4980 and 9640, still on MW 780. (IIRC it was about one of the
last Venezuelans left on 60m; must have been gone at least ten years, not even in the archive of LA SW Logs.) Almost
continuous talk in Spanish, but announcements in English and French at the beginning. Also almost continuous music
background, occasionally foreground, but no full songs until the last 8 minutes or so. Never heard a word about politix, let
alone Chávez & Maduro. Seemed like it was still going when cut to WRMI ID and into Radio Eslovaquia Internacional
relay at 0230. This repeats 24 hours later, and Saturday at 2230 on WRMI (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Dario & Roberto
Riassunto Report Travel Brazilian Rio de Janeiro - Manaus by Roberto Pavanello
Riassunto Report Viaggio Brazil 29 luglio ~09 agosto 2013 - compilato da Roberto Pavanello :
Lunedì 29 agosto l'inizio delle nostre avventure fra le emittenti carioche, certo non sarebbe stato possibile visitarle tutte
dato il grande numero delle stesse, ma, come sempre, avremmo cercato di fare del nostro meglio approfittando anche dell
aiuto di Leonardo Dxer carioca che aveva deciso di accompagnarci durante questa avventura fra le emittenti della sua cittá
fornendoci un aiuto in alcuni casi veramente indispensabile. Si iniziava dalla locale sede di Transamerica, emittente
nazionale di musica pop attiva in Rio su MHz. Appena arrivati nell atrio del palazzo Dario, occhio di falco, si accorgeva di
un pacchettino di nuovi adesivi veramente OK, in quanto nuovissimi, fatti apposta per la visita Papale e con la scritta O
Papa é pop . Incredibile. Salivamo poi le scale al Terzo piano (Andar) e grazie a Leonardo riuscivamo ad entrare per una
visita ai piccoli studi, utilizzati, in pratica, per la sola realizzazione degli spazi pubblicitari locali dato che pressoché tutto
viene realizzato in Sao Paulo. Lasciata Transamerica era la volta di un mito della radiodiffusione brasiliana sulle onde
medie, Radio Tupi 1280 kHz e della sua sorellina FM, Radio Nativa 103,7 MHz. Avevamo una e-mail di invito da parte
della Sig.ra Amanda Mesquita, la quale non era presente ma la sua sola e-mail bastava ad aprirci le porte. Bella radio, begli
uffici, bel piccolo museo della stessa, begli studi, belle persone, simpatiche e gentili e belli i materiali raccolti, fra cui, oltre
agli adesivi, la prima T-shirt del viaggio. Che dire, un bel momento, peccato che il suo ascolto in Italia sia sempre piu raro e
difficile. Si proseguiva verso la sede della Rede Globo, la più importante rete radiotelevisiva commerciale brasiliana
nonché una delle più importanti in assoluto dell' intero pianeta. Solo in Rio la Rede Globo, attiva dal punto di vista
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radiofonico, Radio Globo su 1220 kHz e 89.5 MHz, CBN su 860 kHz e Beat FM su 98.1 MHz. Il canale utilizzato da Radio
Globo, quello dei 1220 kHz è il canale brasiliano più facile da sintonizzare in Italia sulle onde medie; durante i mesi
invernali, se le condizioni propagative sono favorevoli, già verso le 23 – 24 UTC i suoi segnali giungono fino a noi
nonostante le possibili interferenze della spagnola Cadena COPE sui due canali europei adiacenti dei 1215 e 1224 kHz e
della londinese Absolute Radio su 1215 kHz. Avevamo un appuntamento con Eduardo Compan Coordenador de jornalismo
di CBN, il quale subito veniva a prenderci alla reception per una visita di tutte le installazioni li presenti. Anche in questo
caso qualcosa di veramente all´altezza della propria fama. Studi modernissimi, spaziosi, luminosi, professionalita tecnica
ed artistica fanno davvero di Rede Globo un colosso. E anche Rede Globo dava un suo contributo, con vari adesivi al nostro
bottino do dia. Proseguivamo con Radio Manchete 760 kHz e 89.3 MHz: inutile fare paragoni con quanto visto prima, una
della molte stazioni radio che lottano per sopravvivere a fianco di colossi ma anch´essa con una bella programmazione
musicale e tanta gentilezza da parte del responsabile li presenti. Nello stesso palazzo ha sede lo studio locale di Jovem Pan,
emittente nazionale di musica rock and pop operante in Rio su 102,9 MHz. Avevamo un appuntamento con Christovam
Neumann e quindi visita agli studi e altri adesivi che riempivano la nostra borsa. Come unico giorno bastava, si tornava in
albergo SOL IPANEMA per la solita non eccezionale cena pseudo Italiana, nel ristorante FIDUCIA ...ma noi gliela abbiamo
tolta subito ! hi! .
Martedi 30 luglio il primo trsasferimento interno quello da Rio a Salvador ove arrivavamo verso le 17, giusto in tempo per
prepararci per una cena nel Ristorante Italiano La Figa ( non pensate male, i brasiliani usano questo termine per indicare
la fortuna, cosi come noi diciamo la sfiga per dire la sfortuna ). Veramente buono e nel pieno centro storico di Salvador,
quello coloniale, patrimonio artistico dell umanita....e sempre molto ventilato data la sua posizipone....hi. Arrivavamo in
Taxi fino a 100 metri dato che la stradina dove é situato é chiusa al traffico dato che i tavoli del ristorante sono anche fuori
nella strada.... ottimi gli Spaghetti alla Carbonara un po meno quelli alla Puttannesca...
Era mercoledì 31 che iniziavamo il nostro tour fra le emittenti di Salvador. La nostra prima meta era un'emittente
commerciale Nova Brasil, in Salvador su 104.7 MHz. Si trattava della sede locale di una rete nazionale con sede in Sao
Paulo, percui nulla vi era da vedere ma una ventina di adesivi erano il nostro primo bottino bahiano. Si andava quindi a
Radio Metropole 1290 kHz e 101.3 MHz. Avevamo un invito da parte della Sig.ra Ana Paula Matos e quindi visita completa
degli studi, della redazione e della sala trasmettitori. Si tratta di una stazione all news legata all ononimo settimanale
distribuito gratuitamente nelle ruas ogni venerdi. Tutti molto gentili e pur non avendo adesivi una nuova T-shirt arricchiva
il mio guardaroba. Davanti a Radio Metropole vedevamo l´insegna della a noi sconosciuta Tudo FM 102.5 MHz.Una
Emissora sorta nel 2011 nello stato di Bahia. Entravamo ed uscivamo con un po di CD di musica brasileira. Fan sempre
piacere queste sorprese!!! Era la volta di Piata FM, altra stazione commerciale sui 94.3 MHz. Niente visita ma un bel
pacchetto di miniadesivi ed una splendida T-shirt. Era la volta di Radio Excelsior 840 kHz e Vida FM 106.1 MHz. Sono le
emittenti dell´Arcidiocesi di Salvador do Bahia e dato che avevamo un appuntamente col Sig. Jorge Cordeiro nessun
problema ad entrare e parlare per circa un´oretta della situazione delle radio cattoliche in Brasile ove nonostante la
massiccia presenza di Radio Aparecida e Radio Cancao Nova quasi tutte le arcidiocesi hanno attivato proprie stazioni locali
per contrastare la folle massiccia propaganda delle varie Deus é Amor e predicatori ululanti. Radio Excelsior é la vera
emittente informativa dell´attivitá della Diocesi mentre Vida FM é una nuova stazione di musica classica, un genere che
mancava nel dial salvadoregno. Venivamo congedati con nuovi adesivi a noi mancanti e tanta cortesia. Si andava poi A
Tarde FM 104 MHz, stazione di musica e notizie di proprietá del piú importante quotidiano di Salvador, A Tarde. Un pó
difficoltoso entrare ma poi visita agli studi, fotografie e adesivi. Fino allora Tudo Bem !!! La tappa successiva era Radio
Cristal, stazione evangelica della rede Boa Vontade posta in pieno centro storico ed operante su 1350 kHz frequenza su cui
potrebbe arrivare anche in Italia se Radio Orient di Nizza fosse OFF.
Oppure se gli saltassero i suoi 100 kW da Nizza. Come era da immaginarsi un po´ di carta utile forse solo per una pizza ai 4
formaggi.... Tutto chiuso invece a CBN Sport attiva oggi sui 91.3 MHz della defunta Itaparica FM ed ospitata nell ex sede
della defunta. Bastava, si tornava in albergo e poi di nuovo a La Figa a ingozzarci come maialini, di spaghetti alla
puttannesca.
Anche giovedi 1 agosto, Sant' Eusebio, festa patronale di Vercelli era dedicato alle radio di Salvador. Si iniziava da
Transamerica FM , in Salvador sui 100.1 MHz. In 30 secondi il guardiano ci liquidava consegnandoci una diecina di
adesivi. Si andava a Radio Sociedade 740 kHz, frequenza che anni ed anni addietro, quando a volte Barcelona chiudeva di
notte, gli permetteva di giungere anche in Europa ed Italia. Per fortuna che il mio secondo hobby é il ciclismo in quanto
l'unico gadget che ci veniva consegnato era una borraccia col logo dell'emittente. Ancora peggio a Educadora FM 107.5
MHz, l'emittente culturale del Governo dell'Estado do Bahia: il nulla !!!!Le cose miglioravano con Itapoan FM 97.5 MHz,
piccola emittente musicale ospitata in una casetta sulle alture di Salvador. Niente visita ma un pó di adesivi ed un
berrettino. Si andava quindi a Band News, la locale stazione del megagruppo Bandeirantes, in Salvador, sui 99.1 MHz. Giá
il giorno prima un tentativo era fallito ma oggi, grazie anche ad una telefonata fatta dall'ottimo taxista Jailton che ci ha
scorrazzato per due giorni, si riusciva ad entrare ed un pó di adesivi venivano raccolti. Era la volta dell'altro megagruppo
brasiliano, quello della Rede Globo, in Salvador presente con Globo FM su 90.1 MHz, CBN News su 100.7 MHz e Bahia FM
88.7 MHz ( oltre che la CBN Sport di cui ho giá parlato innanzi ). Una cosa folle!!! Appena entrati, il gorilla situato in una
gabbia in posizione elevata che ci vedeva solo dalla cintola in su ci chiedeva se avevamo i pantaloni!!!!!!!!! E' la domanda
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piú stupida ed idiota che in una radio mi abbiamo mai fatto. Rassicuratelo sui fatto che non stavamo girando con
l'uccellone a penzoloni o sulla rampa di lancio di Cape Canaveral in bella vista. Rassicurato il Gorilla Guardia ci mandava
alla reception della radio. Li bisognava di nuovo spiegare il tutto alla receptionista che ci diceva di seguire le freccie fino
all'Anexo IV. Si iniziava a peregrinare per mezza Rede Globo fino a che si usciva in un giardino, si seguivano sempre le
freccie e si arrivava in una casetta ove aveva sede Bahia FM. Li la nostra passeggiata era premiata da una diecina di adesivi.
Fantastico !!!!! Un buco l'ultima visita, quella A Radio Cruzeiro 590 kHz. Nulla di nulla. Erano circa le 12 non ci restava
altro da fare che andare all'aeroporto ove giungevamo verso le 13 e li fare un pó di Internet dato che fino alle 22 passate
non saremmo partiti per Recife. Giungevamo alle 23.30 in Recife non ci restava altro da fare che raggiungere l'hotel
Transamerica Beach ove ottenevamo una camera vista mar al 9 piano...l´Hotel ne ha 35 !!!!!!! ed il mondo dei sogni.
Venerdi 2 agosto iniziavamo a visitare le radio di Recife, anzi di Olinda e Recife in quanto la storica cittadina di Olinda è
praticamente il prolungamento urbano a nord di Recife. Ed era proprio da Olinda che iniziavamo con una visita a 105 FM.
Trattasi di una ministazione musical-religiosa ospitata in un tugurio tipo favelas. Come faccia a vivere un´emittente del
genere é uno di quei misteri gloriosi della fede cristiana. Ci era permesso scattare uno foto al trasmettitore ed una ad un
macilento logo esposto all´ingresso, ma null´altro, logicamente. Grazie all´intrapendenza dell´ottimo taxista noleggiato
quel giorno per l´intera giornata facevamo anche tre tentativi di visita a tre televisioni commerciali poste nelle vicinanze,
fra cui la Rede Globo, ma, come era da attendersi null´altro si combinava se non uscire a mani vuote dai gabbiotti delle
guardie. Si proseguiva con Radio Olinda 1030 kHz ( se arriva qualcosa in Italia su questa frequenza dal Sud America
normalmente è Buenos Aires, però…. ). Trattasi dell´equivalente pernambuqueno della Radio Excelsior di Salvador, vale a
dire dell´emittente della Diocesi Cattolica di Recife. Equivalente per modo di dire, casetta in una strada polverosa,
apparecchiature anni ´70 ma tanta buona volontá da parte di chi ci lavora sicuramente si. Anche a Radio Olinda, visita
studi, foto e un poster era quanto si raccoglieva. I primi adesivi arrivavano a Radio Tamandarè 890 kHz ove avevamo un
appuntamento con o Sr Serafim de Sa Pereira. L´emittente una volta era facente parte della Rede Globo, ma quando la
Rede ha iniziato a preferire l´FM all´AM li ha venduti a una della tante chiese evangeliche ed ora sono una delle tante
radio che infestano l´etere brasiliano con predicatori urlanti la palavra de Deus. Il Sr Serafim é il responsabile tecnico e
quindi ci mostrava per prima cosa i trasmettitori MADE IN BRASILE negli anni ´50 utilizzati oltre che da Radio
Tamandaré anche da Radio Relogio Musical 1120 kHz, il canale musicale della chiesa evangelica. Ci venivano poi mostrati
gli studi delle due emittenti ed in quello di Tamandaré il pastore allora in onda interrompeva la sua predica per
un´intervista sul perché del nostro viaggio e del nostro hobby.Milagro de DEUS dois ouvintes da Italia estam para
visitarnos.... l´annuncio della intervista. Non oso pensare agli errori che avró fatto col mio portoghese da prima
elementare!!! Si andava, finalmente, a Recife e la nostra prima meta era Radio Capibaribe 1240 kHz anzi Radio Jovem Cap
secondo la nuova denominazione, se non legale almeno commerciale. Una di quelle follie che possono succedere solo in
America Latina. Si entrava col taxi dentro un giardino non presidiato, si scendeva dal taxi e si entrava in un edificio ad un
piano con la porta spalancata. Eravamo giunti dentro la sala trasmettitori, a fianco c´era una toalette che subito
utilizzavamo ed usciti dalla toalette vedevamo a fianco dei trasmettitori un tizio a cui spiegavamo chi eravamo e cosa
volevamo, il tizio ci portava allora ad un altro edificio posto a fianco ma ove tutte le porte erano sigillate. Ci spiegava che se
gli adesivi esistevano erano li ma che per almeno un´ora non ci sarebbe stato nessuno in quanto si era in pausa pranzo. Ci
invitava quindi a seguirlo e ci riportava nel locali trasmettitori, li apriva una porta e entravamo negli studi ove 4 scalmanati
stavano discutendo, tipo Processo di Biscardi, di calcio. Zittiva i 4 scalmanati e ci faceva sedere per la solita intervista.
Inutile dire che quando saremmo tornati la receptionista, di etá indefinita fra i 75 e gli 85 anni, ci diceva che di adesivi non
ne aveva piú da quand´era giovane. Era quindi la volta di R. Tropical 95.1 MHz, microemittente di musica varia brasileira
ove piú di una lunga conversazione col dj sessantenne in onda in quel momento su Roberto Carlos e Sergio Endrigo non si
riusciva ad ottenere. Certo i fasti di Rio e Salvador erano finiti !!!! A Clube AM/Clube FM 720 kHz e 99,1 MHz,
megagalattiche stazioni legate ad uno dei quotidiani locali la visita alle reception durava 17 secondi: il tempo di dire al
receptionista del palazzone dell´intero gruppo editoriale cosa volevamo e sentirci dire che gli adesivi non esistono. Meglio
all´altro megapalazzone dell´altro megagruppo editoriale cittadino, quello che ospita anche Radio Jornal 780 kHz ( mitica
preda del Dxing brasileiro degli anni ´70 ) e CBN News 90,3 MHz. Naturalmente non si riusciva a passare la reception ma
perlomeno la receptionista chiamava qualcuno che sarebbe poi disceso a portarci un paio di adesivi di entrambe. Si andava
a Recife FM 97,5 MHz ennesima stazione musicale cittadina. Anche li la reception non veniva passata ma un 3-4 adesivi di
cui due formato mignon venivano raccolti. Si concludeva con l´unica sede di Jovem Pan 95,9 MHz e Antena 1 88,7 MHz.
Altra locura. Entrati dentro si trovava una tizia che ti diceva di prendere in mano la cornetta telefonica di un telefono fisso
li presente, di comporre il numero 251 e parlare con chi stava dall´altro capo del filo. Partiva la solita spiegazione standard
piú in portunol e chi era dall´altra parte del filo pronunciava la solita sfilza di palavras incomprendibili. La tizia chiedeva
cosa ci aveva detto e alla nostra risposta NON ABBIAMO CAPITO NULLA prendeva lei in mano la cornetta per fare il 251 (
e non poteva farlo subito lei ??? ). Quando metteva giú il telefono ci diceva di attendere, passava un altro paio di minuti ed
un settantenne dai capelli bianchi ( ma i brasiliani non vanno in pensione ? ) ci portava UN adesivo rispondendo di no alla
nostra domanda se si poteva averne almeno un altro. Per quel giorno bastava, si cenava in un asettico e lussuossimo
ristorante BUONGUSTAIO pseudo italiano e poi due giorni di relax ci attendevano con praia e turismo in Recife.
Anche lunedì 5 agosto eravamo por as ruas de Recife a caccia di adesivi. Subito andavamo a Transamerica, la rete
nazionale di musica pop in Recife su 92,7 MHz. Solita casetta, solita reception intelligente, solito foto al solito studio e un
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po´di adesivi locali erano i prima della giornata. Si proseguiva con Radio Folha 96,7 MHz, altra emittente di musica e
notizie legata un un quotidiano locale. Anche qui tutti molto gentili e quindi visita agli studi, fotografie e nuovi adesivi.
Pieno successo anche a Nossa Radio, altra rete nazionale di pop music attiva per Recife su 106,9 MHz.
Niente visita alle installazioni ma alcuni esemplari dei nuovi adesivi, molto belli, venivano raccolti. Seguiva il primo buco
del giorno: all´indirizzo in nostro possesso di Manchete FM 94,3 MHz ( Av. Dantas Barreto 498 ) il portinaio ci diceva che
si era trasferia non si sá dove. Negativa anche la visita successiva alla evangelica Radio Boas Novas, tutto sprangato con
lucchettone medioevale. E dato che non c´é due senza tre restavamo a mani vuote anche a 102 FM, emittente radio del
gruppo Rede Brasil de Telecomunicacao. Per fortuna che si finiva in bellezza: a Radio Nova Brasil 94,3 MHz raccoglievamo
gli ultimi adesivi pernambuquesi. Si era terminato, con lo stesso taxi utilizzato nei due giorni di scorribande radiofoniche
ci trasferivamo all´aeroporto in modo da poter partire, alle 18.10 per Belem ove arrivavamo alle 23.05. Pytroppo l´Hotel
Tulip Inn nel centro cittá non era molto conforvevole, il recepcionista cercava di farci prendere due sigole.... dato che la
doppia era molto piccola e quasi asfissiante.... tutte al primo piano sulla strada principale....
Che dire....se per caso andate a Belem, lasciate perdere il TULIP INN.
Il giorno successivo eravamo subito " in strada ". Iniziavamo dalle più lontane dal centro, le evangeliche 98 FM, operante
su 98.5 MHz e Rede Aleluia 640 kHz. Un palazzo Megatempio costruito non si sá se grazie alle donazioni dei poveracci
abbindolati o grazie a quelle del governo statunitense, reception all´interno del parcheggio sotterraneo e nulla, come
sempre con questo genere di emittenti. Ma noi siamo masochisti e perseveravamo andando all´indirizzo ( Travessa Doutor
Pinheiro 2422 ) che credevamo essere quello di Radio Novo Tempo 1080 KHz, la locale AWR ed invece li´giunti una voce
al citofono ci diceva che da longe tempo la stazione si era trasferita. Dove? Provate a chiederlo in Viuzzo del Pergolino a
Firenze, magari li lo sapranno!!! HI!!!!Il terzo tentativo era una pietra miliare del Dxing brasiliano, quella Radio Cultura
do Pará 5045 kHz e 93,7 MHz che per anni ha fatto giungere tutte le notti i suoi segnali in Italia. Poi una quindicina di anni
fá il silenzio interrotto per un annetto un paio di anni orsono ed ora di nuovo il silenzio. Comunque una storica emittente
da me piú volte ascoltata e confermata. Eravamo ricevuti dal Direttore Tecnico che ci illustrava tutta la situazione
dell´onda corta oggi in silenzio a causa del danno al trasmettitore da 10 Kwatt Continental di produzione cilena causato da
un fulmine temporalesco. Molto interessante parlare con una persona che conosce il nostro hobby, i nostri interessi, le
nostre esigenze. Venivamo portati a vedere gli studi di produzione e la sala trasmettitori e scattavamo numerose foto della
bella location ove la radio é ospitata. Peccato che nessun esemplare dei meravigliosi adesivi che vedevamo sulle auto e sulle
pareti degli uffici fossero disponibili. Si continuava nella leggenda del Dxing sui 60 metri raggiungendo la sede che Radio
Clube do Pará 4885 e 690 kHz suddivide con le sorelline Diario FM 92,9 MHz e 99 FM 99,9 MHz. Si era davvero nel mito,
roba da inchinarsi a baciare la terra!!! Se oltre alle 2 cubane c´é un´altra stazione latino-americana che tutte le notti si puó
essere certi di ascoltare questa é Radio Clube do Pará. Se verso le 23 UTC non la si ascolta significa che é scoppiato il
Sole!!!!! Non é stato difficile entrare grazie ad un rapporto non confermato dell´ amico Alexander di San Pietroburgo ed
una volta dentro eravamo accolti da Daniela Barion, responsabile del marketing e da Antonio Giordano, altro adetto al
marketing, italo-brasiliano ( madre brasiliana, padre italiano ) che parla un italiano perfetto e quindi per un paio di ore ci é
davvero sembrato di essere in casa, tanto sono stati, con noi, gentili e disponibili. Visitavamo gli studi delle tre emittenti, ci
incontravamo con il piú importante locutor della medesima, venivamo omaggiati di vari souvenir ( la stazione é
perfettamente consapevole e lieta di arrivare in tutto il mondo e di ricevere rapporti di ricezione da noi hobbysti ). Vari
materiali ci venivano anche con nostra somma gioia offerti e quindi che dire, se non che vale davvero la pena di fare una
sosta in Belem solo per conoscere Radio Clube do Pará!!!!! Percui se passate da Belem andateci, potete parlare anche in
italiano!!!!! e se avete un rapporto di ascolto non verificato lo potrete confirmare. L´obbiettivo primario del giorno era
stato raggiunto, si proseguiva per vedere di aggiungere ancora un pó di caviale alla tartina!!! Dato che, come giá detto
siamo masochisti, provavamo con un altra evangelica Radio Boas Novas, in Belem , su 1270 kHz e 91,9 MHz. Arrivati alla
radio ci dicevano che gli adesivi erano venduti ( anche sugli adesivi vogliono far quattrini gli evangelici brasiliani ) nella
sede della chiesa, arrivati alla sede della chiesa ci veniva detto che vengono venduti solo al venerdi!!!! Non chiedetemi
perché che non lo só e neanché voglio sforzarmi di capire il perché. Si cambiava chiesa: dagli evangelici di Boas Novas ai
cattolici di Nazaré FM 91,3 MHz e FM Libertade 95,9 MHz, le emittenti dell´Arcidiocesi di Belem, ma il risultato non
cambiava, il nulla piú totale! E non pensate che le cose cambiassero andando da una commerciale, a mani vuote restavamo
anche a FM Rauland 95,1 MHz, emittente di musica rock and pop internazionale attiva su 95,1 MHz. A Radio Liberal 900
kHz e 97,5 MHz e alla sua cuginetta Lib Music FM 90,5 MHz la risposta del receptionista era la solita ( gli adesivi son finiti
) ma li mi ricordavo di essere un famoso ladro di adesivi radiofonici ricercato in tutto l´Uruguay per il furto di un adesivo
macilento di AM Tango e appena il receptionista si voltava dall´altra parte in meno di 2 secondi facevo sparire un adesivo
li appiccicato di Radio Liberal!!! Passano gli anni ma sono ancora in gamba!!!!!! A Radio Jovem Pan 102,3 MHz gli adesivi
non dovevo rubarli, due esemplari ci venivano consegnati. Si chiudeva ancora con il nulla alla comune sede di Radio Super
Marajoara 1130 kHz e Mix FM 100,9 MHz. Ed anche Belem era stata setacciata, vivendo una giornata per me, ma penso
anche per Dario, storica uno di quei giorni che ti fanno capire cosa vuol dire fare DX e fare questi viaggi in capo al mondo.
Si chiedeva anche con un ottima cena, la migliore fatta fino in quel momento in Brasile al Ristorante Famiglia Sicilia.
Veramente ottimo!!!!
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Mercoledi 7 il trasferimento a Manaus, la mitica capitale dell' Amazzonia brasileira, la " gemella " della già visitata peruana
Iquitos. Dovevamo partire da Belem alle 12.35 ma uno sciopero dei lavoratori aeroportuali che temono tagli e
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licenziamenti dato che finora hanno fatto in tre i lavori che in Italia fá una persona, ci bloccava all´aeroporto di Belem fino
alle 23,40 !!!! Non faccio commenti per non rischiare una denuncia per comportamento antisindacale!!! Comunque alle 3
di notte eravamo in albergo NOVOTEL in Manaus e alle 11 giá eravamo per le vie del capoluogo amazzonico. Si iniziava da
una delle più note emittenti cittadine, quella Radio Barè oggi attiva solo su 1440 kHz in onda media, ma per anni anche sui
60 metri nella frequenza di 4895 kHz ove molto spesso faceva giungere i suoi segnali fino a noi. Li eravamo accolti dalla
Segretaria del Direttore Generale, Adriana, che ci accompagnava a visitare gli studi, ci scattava un sacco di fotografie a
ricordo dell´avvenimento ( evidentemente siamo stati i primi due europei a visitare l´emittente ) e ci faceva intervistare da
un giornalista del giornale a loro collegato, Jornal do Comercio, per un articolo sulla nostra visita in Manaus!!!! Peccato
che a tanta cortesia non corrispondesse altrettanto materiale nelle nostre borse, solo una biro col logo del giornale era
quanto raccoglievamo. Si andava all´ennesima sede di Radio Boas Novas che in Manaus predica su 930 kHz e 107,9 MHz.
Alla sede della radio non avevano nulla, ma esattamente come in Arequipa con Radio Bethel, a fianco avevano una loja (
negozio in portoghese, in dialetto vercellese indica invece una donna esercitante la piú antica professione umana ) ove con
la modica cifra di 30 Reais ( circa 10 Euro ) mi compravo una T-shirt ed un portachiavi ( anche questo esattamente come
in Arequipa ). Dopo aver foraggiato i predicatori di Boas Novas proseguivamo verso FM do Povo 94,3 MHz. Li arrivati
trovavamo una torre in cemento con un´antennona sopra e un bugigattolo al pian terreno. Al pian terreno era ospitata la
reception assolutamente vuota. Si attendeva un 15-20 minuti e quando la stanca receptionista faceva la sua magica
apparizione era solamente per dirci che mai sono esistiti adesivi dell´emittente. Fantastico!!!! Si andava all´indirizzo a noi
conosciuto di Cidade FM 99,3 MHz. Si suonava il campanello della macilenta porticina dell´ancor piú macilento edificio
ma nessuno rispondeva ai nostri richiami. Fotografavamo l´insegna e decidevamo di tornarci il giorno successivo. Era
giunta l´ora di un altro mito, Radio Difusora Amazonas 96,9 MHz, 1180 kHz e 4805 kHz faixa tropicais do 60 metros.
Benché recentemente le sue segnalazioni di ascolto in Europa siano un pó calate é sicuramente una delle emittenti
brasiliane piú regolari sui 60 metri, con segnali che giungono da noi giá verso le 23-23,30. L´emittente é di ispirazione
cattolica, ( bello l´azulejos in stile manuelino con l´immagine di Maria presente all´ingresso ) ma non mancano
programmi musicali e sportivi che ne rendono piacevole l´ascolto. Venivamo accolti con molto piacere e portati a visitare
gli studi sia dell´AM che dell´FM ( le due programmazioni sono differenti ) e omaggiati, oltre che di acqua e cafezinho, di
alcuni adesivi che come minimo avranno 30 anni e due belle T-shirt. Veramente un bel momento, peccato solo che un
rapido monitoraggio della banda dei 60 metri fatto un pó piú tardi ci avrebbe dimostrato che l´emittente é inattiva sui 60
metri. Speriamo sia solo una pausa temporanea. Era quindi la volta di Radio Marinha 99,9 MHz. E´questa l´emittente
della Marina Militare Brasiliana che é presente in Manaus per difendere il Rio delle Amazzoni da eventuali incursioni del
Corsaro Nero. Nessun problema a raggiungere il corpo di guardia e a spiegare al piantone il motivo della visita. Questi
chiamava il responsabile dell´emittente che scendeva a portarci un po´di foglietti informativi. Vá beh, all´unica altra
stazione militare da me visitata, la BFBS di Gibilterra, le cose erano andate decisamente meglio ma chi si accontenta gode.
Una piccola curiositá: se in Manaus volete ascoltare un po´di musica fra le 19 e le 20 necessariamente dovrete sintonizzare
Radio Marinha: tutte le altre diffondono A Voz do Brasil, lei no!!!! Era la volta di un´altra possibile preda dei nostri
ricevitori: la sede, condivisa con la musicale Radio Castanho 103,3 MHz, di Radio Rio Mar 1290, 6160 e 9695 kHz. Si tratta
delle stazioni dell´Arcidiocesi cattolica di Manaus e le ricezioni italiane vanno tentate sull´ultima frequenza fra le 21 e le
22 UTC quando le trasmissioni sull´onda corta vengono interrotte. Un vero peccato perché é solo verso le 22 che
normalmente avvengono le aperture dal Brasile sui 31 metri, peró se l´attivitá solare é elevata, a volte, giá un poco prima si
possono ricevere segnali brasiliani e quindi anche Radio Rio Mar che peró é una pessima verificatrice e mai i miei rapporti
di ricezione hanno avuto risposta. Si era ricevuti dal responsabile della programmazione, molto gentile e molto disponibile
a farci vedere tutto quanto poteva interessarci, ma il nulla piú assoluto era il nostro bottino finale. Comunque ugualmente
un bel momento degno di essere vissuto. Da un mito all´altro: Radio Cultura Ondas Tropicais 4845 kHz, l´emittente di
Manaus piú facile e comunemente ricevuta in Italia, giá verso le 23 UTC. Un´altra locura. Grazie al rapporto di ricezione
dell´amico russo, riuscivamo a passare la vigilanza ed essere raggiunti da una delle segretarie dell´ emittente la quale per
prima cosa ci spiegava che per un danno al trasmettitore era da 4 mesi che i segnali non venivano diffusi, poi ci portava a
vedere lo studio che secondo logica avrebbe dovuto essere deserto dato che la radio é attiva solo sull´unica frequenza di
4845 kHz ed invece no, c´era un locutor regolarmente in onda. Alle nostre domande sul perché stesse operando pur
essendo il trasmettitore rotto non siamo riusciti ad ottenere una sola risposta degna di questo nome. Saranno affari dei
contribuenti del Gobierno do Estado da Amazonas e non nostri. Comunque tutto quello che si otteneva era un timbro sul
rapporto di Alexander. Si andava all´indirizzo ( Rua Prof. Marciano Armond 296 ) che credevamo essere di Transamerica,
il noto network di musica pop attivo in Manaus su 99,1 MHz ma li giunti trovavamo la megasede di una megatelevisione
ove il guardiano della sicurezza ci diceva che Transamerica non stava piú li. Sará vero, non sará vero, avremo capito giusto
? Boh! Si chiudeva la giornata con MIX FM, la rete di musica rock internazionale, in Manaus su 100,7 MHz. Considerando
come erano andate le cose un grande successo: UN adesivo!!!!
Ancora su e giú per Manaus venerdi 9 agosto. Riprovavamo con Cidade FM ma di nuovo nessun segno di vita. Andavamo
quindi a Amazonas FM 101,5 MHz. Li giunti altra megasede televisiva e altro niente di fatto. Lo stesso succedeva al
palazzone condiviso da FM Tiradentes 89,7 MHz e CBN 91,5 MHz Possibile che l´unica sede di CBN a non avere adesivi sia
quella di Manaus?????? Mi sá che é tanto comodo rispondere di non avere nulla anziché sbattersi un po´ !!!! Nell´andare
al successivo indirizzo passavamo davanti ad un palazzo nuovo con un´insegna nuova di Cidade FM. Ecco spiegato il
perché della due scampanellate andate a vuoto!!!! Si entrava e si otteneva UN adesivo. L´indirizzo che troverete alla fine di
questo articolo é quello nuovo e corretto. Si chiudeva con l´ennesimo insuccesso alla comune sede di A Critica FM 93,1
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MHz e Jovem Pan 104,1 MHz.
E anche con Manaus si era terminato
LE EMITTENTI VISITATE
R. Tupi -
Rua do Livramento 189 8 andar - Saúde – 20221-191 Rio de Janeiro – BRASILE
Web www.tupi.am e-mail [email protected]
Nativa FM – Rua do Livramento 189 8 andar – Saúde ; 20221-191 Rio de Janeiro – BRASILE
Web www.nativa.fm
CBN – Rua do Russell 426/434 – Gloria – 22210-010 Rio de Janeiro – BRASILE
Web http://cbn.globoradio.globo.com e-mail [email protected]
R. Globo Rua do Russell 426/434 – Gloria – 22210-010 Rio de Janeiro – BRASILE
Web http://globoradio.globo.com e-mail [email protected]
Beat FM Rua do Russell 426/434 – Gloria – 22210-010 Rio de Janeiro – BRASILE
Web http://beat98.globoradio.globo.com
R. Manchete Rua da Asembleia 10 sala 3401 – 20011-901 Rio de Janeiro – BRASILE
Web www.radiomanchete.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Jovem Pan - Rua da Asembleia 10 sala 2411 – 2001-901 Rio de Janeiro – BRASILE
Web http://rio.jovempanfm.virgula.uol.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Rede Aleluia Av. Antonio Carlos Magalhaes 4197 – Tituba – 40025-010 Salvador de Bahia –BRASILE
Web www.redealeluia.com.br e-mail [email protected] [email protected]
A Tarde FM Rua Prof. Milton Cayres de Brito 204, Caminho das Arvores 41820-570, Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.atardefm.com.br
R. Metropole Rua Conde Pereira Carneiro 226 – Pernambuès – 41100-010 Salvador de Bahia –BRASILE
Web http://radiometropole.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Piata FM Rua das Pitangueiras 18 – Brotas – 40255-430 Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.piatafm.com.br
R. Cristal terriero de Jesus 13 – Centro historico – 40025-010 Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.boavontade.com
R. Cultura – Rua Carlo Gomes 980 – Centro – 40285-280 Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.cultura1140am.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Itaparica FM Av. Joana Angelica 251 – Nazarè – Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.itaparicafm.com.br e-mail [email protected]
FM Manchete Rua Almeida Sande 40 1 andar – Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
R. Bahia –
Rua Gabriel Soarez 23 – 40060-008 Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web http://radiobahiafm.com.br
R. Novo Tempo – Rua Gamboa de Coma 18 – Campo Grande – 40060-008 Salvador de Bahia –BRASILE
Web www.radionovotemposalvador.com.br
R. Excelsior Rua Martin Afonso de Souza 270 – Garcia – Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.am840.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Band FM – Rua Alto de Gantois 19 – Federacao – Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web http://bandnewsfm.band.com.br
Transamerica FM – Rua Pedro Gama 28-E – Federacao – 40230-290 Salvador de Bahia –BRASILE
Web www.transanet.com.br
R. Sociedade Rua Jardim Federacao 81 – 40239-901 Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.radiosociedadeam.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Educadora FM Rua Pedro Gama 413-E – Alto de Sobradinho – Federacao – Salvador de Bahia –BRASILE
Web www.educadora.ba.gov.br
Itapoan FM Rua Agnello de Britto 27 – Federacao – Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.itapoan.fm.com.br
Salvador FM Rua Camilo Torrend 11 – Federacao – Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Globo FM – Rua Aristides Novis 123 – Federacao – Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.gfm.com.br
R. Cruzeiro – Rua Lord Cochrane 66 – Barra – 40140-070 Salvador de Bahia – BRASILE
Web www.sistemacruzeiro.com.br e-mail [email protected]
R. 105.7 –
Rua Verde Mares 22 – Ouro Preto – 53370-500 Olinda – BRASILE
R. Olinda – Rua Duarte Coelho 240 – Santa Terza – 53010-010 Olinda – BRASILE
Web www.radioolinda.com.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Tamandarè Av. Presidente Kennedy 3092 – Peixinhos – 53330-090 Olinda – BRASILE
Web http://radiotamandare.com.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Capibaribe Rua Coronel Urbano Ribeiro da Sena 956 – Cajueiro – 52221-000 Recife BRASILE
Web www.radiocapibaribe.com.br e-mail [email protected]
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R. Tropical 95.1 MHz Rua Edmundo Lopes 22 – Campo Grande – Recife – BRASILE
Web www.tropicalfmpe.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Top FM –
Rua Doutor Josè Maria 1163 – Tamarineira – Recife – BRASILE
Transamerica FM Rua Marques do Paranà 268 – Espinheiro – 52021-050 Recife – BRASILE
Web www.transanet.com.br
R. Clube –
Rua da Veiga 590 – Santo Amaro – 50040-915 Recife – BRASILE
Web www.clubepe.am www.clubepe.fm e-mail [email protected]
R. Jornal – Rua Capitano Lima 250 – Santo Amaro – 50040-200 Recife – BRASILE
Web http://radiojornal.ne10.uol.com.br e-mail [email protected]
CBN Recife - Rua Capitano Lima 250 – Santo Amaro – 50040-200 Recife – BRASILE
Web http://cbnrecife.ne10.com.br
Recife FM – Rua Dom Bosco 839 – Boa Vista – Recife – BRASILE
Web http://site.recifefm.com.br
R. Evangelica Rua Floriano Peixoto 85 – sala 608 – Recife – BRASILE
Web www.radioevangelicafm.com.br
FM Manchete Av. Dantas Barreto 498 3 andar – Recife - BRASILE
R. Boas Novas - Rua Floriano Poixoto 780 – Sao Josè – 50020-060 Recife – BRASILE
Web www.rbc1.com.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Universitaria Av. Professor Moraes Rago 1235 – Ciudad Universitaria – 50670-901 Recife –BRASILE
Web www.ufpe.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Novas de Paz - Rua Pajussara 225 – Jardim Sao Paulo – 50920-020 Recife – BRASILE
Web www.radionovasdepaz.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Antena 1 –
Rua da Aurora 352 – Edif. Ebano 15 andar sala 1507 – Boa Vista – Recife – BRASILE
Web www.antena1.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Cidade FM - Rua da Aurora 352 – Edif. Ebano 15 andar sala 1507 – Boa Vista – Recife –BRASILE
Web www.radiocidade.fm.br
R. Nova Brasil Av. Ernesto da Paula Santos 187 sl. 1203 – Bairro Boa Virgem – Recife –BRASILE
Web www.novabrasilfm.com.br
98 FM –
Rod. BR 316 Km. 1 – Castanheira – 66645-000 Belem – BRASILE
R. Clube do Parà – Av. Almirante Barroso 2190 3 andar – Marco – 66095-000 Belem – BRASILE
Web www.radioclubedopara.com.br e-mail [email protected]
[email protected]
Diario FM - Av. Almirante Barroso 2190 3 andar – Marco – 66095-000 Belem – BRASILE
R. Boas Novas Trav. Vieta 2193 – Marco – 66093-380 Belem – BRASILE
Web www.boasnovas.net e-mail [email protected]
R. Cultura do Parà Av. Almirante Barroso 735 – Marco – 66093-020 Belem – BRASILE
Web www.portalcultura.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Nazarè FM – Av. Gov. Josè Malcher 915 – Belem – BRASILE
Web www.fundacaonazare.com.br
FM Rauland Av. Nazarè 1223 – Edif. Feliz cj. 8 – Terreo 66035-170 Belem – BRASILE
Web http://radiorauland.co.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Liberal – Av. Braz de Aguiar 351 – Nazarè – 66035-000 Belem – BRASILE
Web www.oliberalcbn.com.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Super Marajoara – Trav. Campos Sales 370 – Centro – 66015-080 Belem – BRASILE
Web www.supermarajoara.com.br e-mail [email protected]
Jovem Pan – Av. Presidente Vargas 351 sala 207 – Belem – BRASILE
Web http://belem.jovempanfm.virgula.uol.com.br
R. Barè –
Av. Tefè 3025 – Japiim – 69078-000 Manaus – BRASILE
Web www.radiobare.com.br
R. Boas Novas Av. General Rodrigo Otavio 1655 Anexo 3 – Japiim – 69077.000 Manaus – BRASILE
Web www.rbn.org.br e-mail [email protected]
Amazonas FM – Av. Andrè Araùjo 1924 – Aleixo – Manaus – BRASILE
Web www.redeamazonica.com.br/radio/amazonasfm/ e-mail [email protected]
Jovem Pan – Av. Andrè Araùjo 1924 – Aleixo – Manaus - BRASILE
Web http://manaus.jovempan.virgula.uol.com.br
A Critica FM - Av. Andrè Araùjo 1924 – Aleixo – Manaus – BRASILE
Web http://acritica.uol.com.br
Mix FM –
Rua Fortaleza 585 – Adrianopolis – Manaus – BRASILE
Web www.mixfm.com.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Cultura – Rua Barcelos s/n Praca 14 – 69020-200 Manaus – BRASILE
Web www.tvcultura.am.gov.br e-mail [email protected] [email protected]
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R. Rio Mar – Rua Josè Clemente 500 – Centro – 69010-070 Manaus – BRASILE
Web www.rederiomar.com.br e-mail [email protected]
R. Castanho – Rua José Clemente 500 - Centro ; 69010;070 Manaus ; BRASILE
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L´internet del Novotel purtroppo ieri sera giovedi si é fulminato ! e non da + segni di vita...hi
Domani sabato Dario fará relax nel giardino di Novotel, e Roberto visiterá il Rio Amazonas encontro das Aguas.... con il
Rio Negro...
Saudaçoes Amigas !. Dario & Roberto
Glenn Hauser
Logs August 10, 2013
** BANGLADESH. 15505, August 10 at 1359, BB IS, poor signal, but timesignal is clear, 5 + 1, last pip higher, ending at
1400:01.5, then ``Salam Aleikum``, opening Urdu (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. Firedrake [non], CNR1 jamming, August 10 before 1400:
17370, good at 1354
16160, good at 1354
16100, very good at 1354 with flutter
15900, fair at 1356; none in the 14s
13920, fair at 1358
13830, very poor at 1358; none in the 12s
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also EAST TURKISTAN
** CROATIA. 21280-USB, August 10 at 1405, the OSOB is 9A3OS, making numerous short 5&9 contacts with North
Americans, and he also has an American accent, goes by Sam, per QRZ.com despite really being:
9A3OS Croatia, SINISA PUZAK, B. WEISS 5, CAKOVEC 40000, Croatia
Constant fonetix are nine-alfa-three-ocean-sugar. Says band is unstable; at first JBA but improving slightly. Cakovec
(properly with a hook over the first C) is in the extreme northern tip of Croatia (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** CUBA. 6060 & 6125, VG August 10 at 0719, RHC is still on the air and in Spanish, tho both are supposed to quit at 0700
after English. I am seldom awake this late, but check a few things while I can`t sleep (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** EAST TURKISTAN. 17630, August 10 at 1352, CRI English with a report on pop music, outro as an Easy FM show about
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (apparently a music group), part 1, with Johnny Hutong on CRI News Plus Radio. Wow, how
hip the ChiCom are now! VG signal amounting to the SSOB, with not even RHC audible on 17580, and much stronger than
CRI French with Chinese lesson on 17560. 17560 is Kashgar, 17630 Urumqi, both on 308 degree, 500 kW beams to
Europe. Urumqi has a considerably more northerly path which somehow works better for us (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** JAPAN [non]. 5910, oh oh, August 10 at 0533, a broadcast in French is heavily QRMing HJDH with a low het, since
Alcaraván Radio is always off-frequency. None such scheduled at this hour. Since there is lots of news datelined
Washington, I wonder if it`s VOA, but nothing to compare on 9885 via Botswana, since VOA French is M-F only and this
is Saturday, and as everyone knows, nothing ever happens on weekends and who has time to listen then anyway? I keep
listening when at 0540 a music program is introduced mentioning ``japonais``, keeps talking until the music finally starts
at 0543.
Meanwhile I have been quickly checking the proper frequencies for NHK French at 0530: 11730 via Issoudun, FRANCE, is
synchronized! And 13840 via Madagascar is several seconds behind, and a very poor signal tonight (in previous seasons,
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11730 had been direct from Japan.) Therefore I conclude that 5910 is a mistake by Issoudun [note spelling; people keep
getting it wrong], since ISS does relay NHK earlier, 0200-0400 in Japanese, and 0400-0430 in Spanish, 290 degrees for
Mexico, Central America and Caribbean, and surely ruining HJDH in NW South America too; so brought 5910 up by
mistake again at 0530! However, it vanishes at 0544, uncovering Colombia`s typical nice music. If this weren`t a Saturday
it would have been just in time not to collide with another station on 5910, TWR Polish via Austria, at 0544-0559 M-F only
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 4790-, August 10 at 0531, JBA carrier with traces of music, no doubt R. Visión, which is reported to be running
sometimes all-night, irregularly. Long gone are the days when this was a bigsig from the Andes (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU [and non]. 5980, August 10 at 0059-0100:59*, Chaski carrier cuts off 5.5 seconds later than yesterday.
Meanwhile there is a noisy extremely distorted spur covering roughly 5965-5985, perhaps the LRA 6060 transmitter
totally out of whack which the Southern Coners have been complaining about for months.
Also could not detect any carrier on 5980.2, where the Uruguayan pirate Emisora Chaná in Tacuarembo has reactivated,
first reported by Ernesto Paulero in Argentina, and confirmed by Horacio Nigro who contacted the operator, CX6OL, who
said for the past biweek it`s been running 24 hours with 30 watts, nor am I likely to with that low power (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOMALILAND. 7120, August 10 at 1344, JBA AM carrier with CW QRM from an N4; presumed trace of R. Hargeisa,
long path, which is a long shot from here, still a bihour after sunrise, but should be improving into fall, including English
around 1320-1340 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A [non]. 13725, August 10 at 0725, good signal with lively music, then Hausa talk about Obama, 0729 VOA theme
ending with Yankee Doodle riff; English outro as from Washington, DC; 0730 complete Yankee Doodle Dandy sign-off.
It`s via São Tomé at 0700-0730; HFCC shows 100 kW at zero degrees daily. I`m still unclear whether in HFCC, 0 means
due north or non-direxional; which is it? If 0 does mean ND, then how to indicate due north, 360? Or vice versa? Neither
ND nor 360 is ever entered in the azimuth column (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1681 monitoring: checking for the ``firm`` 0200 UT Saturday broadcast on Area 51 via
WBCQ 5110v-CUSB, August 10 music fill is playing at 0203, but finally WOR starts at 0207. Next:
Saturday 2330v on WTWW-2 9930 (maybe), UT Sunday 0400.5 on WTWW-1 5830 (surely), Sunday 2330v on WTWW-2
9930 (maybe). (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A [and non]. 9330-CUSB, August 10 at 0636, WBCQ is certainly on all-night now and propagating well; `Insight for
Living` with Chuck Swindall decrying how ignorant Americans are geography, matching numerous cities with wrong
countries. Then at 0640 I hear some scratchy SSB ACI on the hi side; it`s 2-way in unID language, maybe Slavic on 9333USB (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** VENEZUELA [non]. 9955, August 10 at 0204, Ecos del Torbes special via WRMI is JBA but no jamming, enough to
recognize what I heard clearly 24 hours earlier on webcast. One more repeat at 2230 Saturday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 6925-AM, August 10 at 0547 music and announcement from some pirate, but just too weak. Logs on
hfunderground.com indicate it was Radio True North from the ``west side``, on air long hours before and after then.
BTW, I have to look out for fifth harmonic of local KCRC 1390 on 6950, which at this time was cutting on and off (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 11159-USB, Aug 10 at 0057 I turn the DX-398 back on which is still tuned here, and the VOLMET station
is still there, inbooming more than it had been at 1330 August 9. Includes Baghdad International, Trabzon. Now I can also
hear a much weaker VOLMET on 11253-USB, sounds like same stuff, but on one receiver I can`t check if parallel. So MKL,
RAF in UK is still going on 11253, not moved to 11159. To be checked further!
11159-USB, August 10 at 0538, still good signal with VOLMET including Budapest, unseems // much weaker 11253. No
way 11159 is coming from Europe compared to lack of other signals from there. Still needs max ATT to avoid pumping. At
0555 I can pull enough signal on 11253-USB to compare them better: 11159 is about one word behind 11253, satellite feed?
0556 another airport mentioned is Tbilisi; some of them have ``no information available``. Still trying to copy the too-fast
and garbled ID by the roboYL; sounds something like ``This is military one-five lot-time (? Or one time lot five),
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I keep listening to copy further locations: Kandahar NIA; Baghdad International; Schipol; Trabzon; Askhabad NIA; Tbilisi;
Wellington; Birmingham; East Midlands; Manchester; Cardiff; Prestwick; Bahrain International; Sigonella; Akrotiri; Cairo
International. There are still a number of other locations I have not recognized. Once I thought I heard Halifax, which
would be the only N American site and perhaps a clue as to location. One might also suspect they have reactivated
Ascension, requiring this new frequency; except there are NO African spots covered except Cairo. It really concentrates on
UK to Middle East routes with NZ tacked on
Noel Green in NW England says Aug 10: ``There is no signal here at 0900 UT on 11159, but the usual 11253 is on air //
5450. At my location 5450 is the strongest signal. And yes, there is a Wellington in the UK.
I've been monitoring this station on and off to try to obtain an ID, but all I can understand is what Glenn does. I think
Glenn has done well to understand where some of the broadcasts are about, as it's all being "read" at HIGH speed and
some of it is badly garbled - I think I've just heard Brize Norton, but I don't hear 21H018 - could that be QNH and a
number? Will keep an ear to 11159``
So there is a Wellington in the UK, but is there a significant airfield there? One temp I heard for that was a wintry 15.
Meanwhile I have realized that the final item in each conditions-listing says ``QNH`` followed by a number just above
1000, or in one case, 999, so obviously it`s barometric pressure in millibars, not ``21H---`` as I copied previously.
Fromhttp://www.answers.com/topic/volmet-volmet --McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Aviation: volmet/VOLMET
``The continuous recorded broadcast of weather conditions at selected airfields. Volmet is updated every 30 min and,
hence, the received broadcast may be slightly old. Elements of each broadcast are in the following order: surface wind,
visibility, RVR (runway visual range) if applicable, weather, clouds, temperature, dew point, and QNH (atmospheric
pressure reduced to sea-level pressure. The height of a place above mean sea level will be indicated when the QNH is set on
the altimeter sub-scale).
Nonessential words, such as surface wind and visibility, are not spoken. When CAVOK (cloud and visibility OK), the
visibility must be more than 6 miles (10 km) and the clouds not lower than 5000 ft (1500 m), or below the minimum
sector latitude, whichever is greater. Also, there should be no cumulonimbus clouds. Further, there should be no
precipitation, thunder, shallow fog, or low-drifting snow. The surface winds, temperature, dew point, and QNH will
continue to be broadcast``
11159 still audible when I finally quit at 0715, but reawake at 1335 August 10 for next check, 11159-USB still good, no 11253
audible here.
Meanwhile another report of 11159-USB VOLMET in the UDXF yg August 10: ``English lady giving weather for Shanghai,
Ascension Island, Dakar, Mombasa, Nairobi, etc. on 11159 khz USB. Clear signal (S4). 0647 UT. Eddy Waters, South
Australia``. I`ve yet to hear any of those places mentioned, maybe not listening at the right hourpart (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Radio Ha
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El colectivo de Radio Habana Cuba comparte con usted nuestro regocijo, por cumplirse hoy el Aniversario 91 de la primera
transmisión de la Radio Cubana.
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Logs August 1010-11, 2013
** BANGLADESH. 15505, August 11 at 1358, BB very poor with tone test, 1358:26 starts IS, timesignal ends at 1400:02.5,
opening Urdu (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 11915+, August 11 at 0059, fair signal with music, 2 or 3 time pips ending about 5 seconds late, and Brazoguese
announcement, mentions Porto Alegre, so it`s certainly ZYE851, R. Gaúcha there. I haven`t heard this in a long time in the
evenings, and suspect it has not always been active. Slightly on hi side of frequency. No sign of 11925v Bandeirantes now
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. CNR1 jamming on Sunday evening happens to consist of Western classical music, making it slightly more
palatable, if we don`t think of what all it`s blocking. August 11 at 1329, Ravel`s ``Bolero`` is playing, which also makes
this very easy to spot in bandscanning:
9810, poor at 1335 with flutter; none audible in the 8s or 7s
11785, very good at 1329, best here with least QRM from victim
11805, good at 1329
11990, fair at 1329
13795, fair at 1331, here only mixed with Firedrake in drumming: bad
13830, fair at 1331
15115, very good at 1331, but heavy CCCCI
15195, good at 1331 with less CCI; none higher up to 19 MHz
Bolero runs to climax at 1344, then heavy applause, so live performance by Chinese orchestra? If so, they are doing a fine
job. I could also hear some audience noise during quiet passages. Announcement and 1345 starts ``William Tell
Overture`` by Rossini, which finally reaches the ``Lone Ranger`` part at 1352, but announcers talk over it, and cut it off
completely at 1355 before it`s finished! Thumbs down now to ChiCom treatment of serious music!
With CNR1 back to hypetalk, find another couple at 1357:
15560 & 15540, poor with hets from V of Tibet; these were not audible when I was searching at 1331+ (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 11840, August 11 at 0102, RHC has bigsig but suppressed and somewhat distorted modulation, still R5 if you put
up with it, but why bother? // 11760 is much better, with 11680 in between qualitywise (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** GREECE. 9420, August 11 at 0605, Byzantine chant from the unauthorised ERT, at the moment high-pitched YL voice
or maybe VYM, later more conventional intoning, so back to this after missing last Sunday morning (Glenn Hauser, OK,
DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** IRAN. 12080, August 11 at 0104, poor signal with nice harmonies, whistling, ME music of course in minor key. It`s
VIRI`s 13-hour Arabic broadcast starting at 1630, 500 kW, 289 degrees from Zahedan, much of it colliding with China
and/or Australia, but nothing from 10 kW Brandon audible now (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** KOREA NORTH. 9435, August 11 at 1326, VOK English with self-imposed choral crossmusic, i.e. the simultaneous
Chinese program // 11735, and also mixed with noise jamming bleed, same situation as // but better 11710. Later in hour,
both services are in similar but clashing choral music. Seems to me that 9435 had been absent lately, tho can`t say I`ve
missed it (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOMALILAND. 7120, August 11 at 1323, JBA AM carrier amid hamband, presumed another trace of R. Hargeisa when
we can imagine it`s in English (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOUTH CAROLINA [non]. 9930, August 10 various chex from 1400 past 2200, it`s always Brother Scare now on
WTWW-2; recheck 2302 dead air, 2308.4 resumes with music past 2335, and no WORLD OF RADIO at 2330, nor after
0000 QSY to 5085, still BS past 0055 and later, but off the air at 0601 check.
George McClintock tells me that WTWW-2 will soon be 24/7 Overcomer, once a satellite receiver is installed to replace the
internet feed. So, goodbye to all the other programming which has been on this transmitter, unless something can be
carved out from the BS. Then perhaps he will start working on getting a #4 transmitter up and running.
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Unless he drops the other station(s), this means that BS will be on *three* Tennessee 3/5/9 MHz SW stations with
overlapping coverage for much of the day, 24/7 on WWRB 9370/3185, 24/7 on WTWW 9930/5085, and long hours but
not 24/7 on WWCR 9980/5890 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SPAIN. 15160, August 11 at 0106, I find REE is playing clips of Radio España Independiente, the Communist
clandestine of yesteryear, but this is not the DX program; what seemed CCI at first turned out to be embedded music,
better on // 9535 (Glenn Hauser, oK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5050, August 11 at 0109 I tune in WWRB to find Dave Frantz ad-libbing a request for business, by calling 931728-6087; he puts down Big Religion as opposed to individual ministers; ``hope I haven`t offended anybody --- have I
become your enemy because I told you the truth?`` --- a fine motto. 0110 into big band music, i.e. his favorite filler for
unsold time (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1681 monitoring: confirmed good on 5830, WTWW-1, UT Sunday Aug 11 at 0400.5. We can
no longer expect any broadcasts on 9930/5085 WTWW-2; see SOUTH CAROLINA [non] (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 11159-USB, the mystery-site VOLMET continues to be heard just about any time of day I try it: 0103
August 11 fair vs local noise level; 0609 August 11, copy some more locations mentioned: Tampa(?), Trondheim, Keflavik,
Hannover, Adana-Incirlik, Budapest, Bucharest, Porto, Tenerife-South, Dakar, Ascension Island, Recife, Mombasa,
Nairobi, Brize-Norton [UK base]. The Porto to Dakar ones were repeated only a few minutes later, but maybe their
timestamps were updated.
``ID`` every few minutes such as at 0616 sounds like ``Military One Time Lot 3 information broadcast``. Also audible at
1412 with Budapest, etc. After some of the QNH numbers at the end of each item, sometimes ``she`` says a couple more
words, sometimes not, can`t make them out.
I wasted considerable time hunting thru the RAF and MOD websites for *any* info about VOLMET with nothing to show
for it; classified, I supposed (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Meanwhile, my original news of this has prompted more monitoring from others, first from the DXLD yg:
The ID, such as it is, at 0346 UT Aug 11 was "This is military one time lot 3 information broadcast". Lot could possibly be
block but I'm leaning to lot; later I heard the 3 replaced by a 4, and later a 5.
Also strong up here near Edmonton, Alberta. Signal best on several omni loops and dipoles, not resonant anywhere near 11
megs as opposed to either of the log periodics that do cover this range - one of the logs is SW to eastern USA, and the
other is NE to Europe. I turned one of the logs and found the signal peaking into the SW, (and now 10-20 db stronger than
before) which from here is Pacific Northwest or British Columbia. Since one of the place names mentioned was
Aldergrove, I am thinking perhaps the transmissions might be from there or the nearby Chilliwac transmitter site. Both are
in the Vancouver general area. None of the remote Perseus receiver sites in that area are up tonite so no further data there.
Perhaps someone more local there can check. 73 (Don VE6JY Moman, AB, August 10, dxldyg via DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
Frequency 11159 was audible here this morning (Aug. 11) at tune in 0630 UT, but a poor signal with nothing registering on
the S-meter. I didn't - but I should - check if it is in sync with 11253 and 5450. 11253 was stronger than 5450 today, which
is unusual. At re-check 0800, 11159 was not audible, and still isn't at 1030 UT.
In my copy of Airwaves - from 2008 - 11159 lists US HF Global Comms SYS at Andrews, Ascension Island, and
Offutt/Nebraska and US Military HF Discrete - USAF/Mystic Star so there has obviously been a change for a British
transmission to appear on this frequency.
Wellington-UK is in Shropshire (NW of Birmingham), but there are several Wellingtons shown in my atlas, including six
in the US of A, but maybe a likely candidate is the best known one in NZL.
My best guess so far is that 11159 could be from Ascension as it fits in with current propagation, but more monitoring is
required (Noel R. Green (NW England), dxldyg via DX LISTENING DIGEST)
I also sent previous logs to Bill Hepburn, proprietor of dxinfocentre, and he replies:
``Hi Glenn, Thanks for letting me about the new RAF broadcast on 11159 kHz. I slowed down the audio to 85% and it
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sounds like a male voice that is much more understandable then the speeded-up voice heard live over the air. The ID
sounds like "Military (one-time?) Lot 1 Information Broadcast" with Lot 1 advancing to Lot 2 thru Lot 5 for each halfhourly broadcast segment. I cannot make out what the words that sound like "one-time" actually are. I also noticed that
RAF Volmet has changed its ID to the same one, although the automated voice is different.
After listening for a while, it's clear that the same airports are broadcast on both stations and during the same 6 minute
broadcast segments. I've updated my 'volmet-wx' website to list what I've been able to determine. There have been DXer
reports that suggest that this station is located in the Western USA. RAF does have operations at Creech AFB in Indian
Springs, NV - I wonder if the new broadcast originates from there? Or if not, at another Western U.S. USAF HF facility.
According to the RAF website, they operate unmanned long endurance reconnaissance aircraft from Creech.
This is going to be a tough station to pin down since as you point out, even the location of the regular RAF volmet has been
hard to verify. Regards, (Bill Hepburn, Aug 11, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
My post to the UDXF yg led to many more replies among its 2721 members: I have tried to put into order:
Volmet on 11159 at 0800 Z heard 9 plus from RAF Ascension Island.
Included weather and seas for Africa, and Indian Ocean (Feraltex, Aug 10, UDXF yg via DXLD)
The 11159 kHz Aviation WX has been heard here (Mojave Desert, California, USA) essentially 24 hours a day for the last
couple days, although it has been weak at times. Sampling remotes around the World (Europe, Asia, South America, North
America) the signal is by far strongest in Colorado much of the time. However, remotes in SA are few and far between, so
the sample set from there is less than optimal. Beam bearing from my location is roughly 060 to 085; however, the peak
is ill defined and I would be careful putting to much faith in that bearing. I personally take that bearing as a "maybe".
The audio on 11159 kHz slightly leads the audio on 11253 kHz, but the
information is the same. Also the voice and information are the same as what is heard on 5450 kHz in Europe. All 3 of
these frequencies seem to be simulcast with very slight time deltas.
I am thinking possibly 11159 kHz is sourced either in the USA or near it. I know the content argues against that, but unless
conditions are being somewhat unusual, the signal level / frequency combination here locally hint at US / near US. Like I
said, I have been able to detect it locally every time I have checked the frequency in the last 30 or so hours. Sometimes it
has been fairly strong, other times it has been weak, but always audible.
Right now, at 1100 local time (1800 UT) the 11159 signal is 10 over S9, 11253 kHz not currently heard, naturally for this
time of day neither is 5450 kHz. Looking at the 31 and 25 meter bands (the SWBC bands either side of 11159 kHz) I have
very few signals that are not sourced in the US. (T! [original token], Mojave Desert, California, USA, August 10, UDXF yg
via DXLD)
Mid-afternoon Saturday in Norway 11159 was weak, hardly readable, while the usual transmissions on 11253 were strong,
good copy here.
Meaning widely different transmitter locations, or perhaps widely different quality of hardware used on the two
frequencies? (Geir Stokkeland, Vestnes, Norway, August 10, ibid.)
1400 local here, same time zone as Token, I have 11159 weak with fading in and out. RAF VOLMET is on 11253 as heard on
the U of Twente WebSDR. Obviously, I cannot make any accurate determinations of time latency due to the different
means of reception, but it sure sounds like the same broadcast. I'll have to check at other times of day before I'm even close
to making a serious guess as to location. Right now the information presented here, and the tendency for 11 MHz skip
zones to lengthen out in our local afternoon, tend to suggest an origin in the western US (Hugh Stegman, 2124 UT August
10, ibid.)
Still audible in Northern California at 2309 Z, noise floor about 120 dbm (Vincent, August 10, ibid.)
11159 Volmet very very low but readable at times. QTH here is Tampa
Florida at 0115Z (Tony N2QHC Agnelli, UT Aug 11, ibid.)
At 0210 UT the VOLMET weather station on 11159 kHz is heard in Athens, Greece with low signal strength. 73 (Costas
SV1XV Krallis, UT August 11, ibid.)
Very nice signal here in Ohio +9 (Bill [Matthews?], 0241 UT August 11, ibid.)
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0400 UT, strong signal into western Canada. Lady with British accent
VOLMET for UK region; heard Shanghai now. I'll record until there is
an ID of some type (Ken Keeks?, Aug 11, ibid.)
Down from its peak at S9+ which happened around 0000. Now about S7 into Southern California, at 0400. WWV and
WWVH are both strong on 10 MHz, the lady and the guy about equal loudness.
Say, any of you folks know what "she" is identifying as? I can't get
the middle part hard as I try. Closest I can get is, "This is military
on timed lot for information broadcast" (Hugh Stegman, 0407 UT Aug 11, ibid.)
The ID comes across so fast. I've attached a recording if anyone can pick it out. It's around the 16 second mark. Still
around s7 to s8 here in Florida (Tony N2QHC Agnelli, 0427 UT Aug 11, ibid.)
At the speed she reads at, I can't see the VOLMET info being very useful. The speed Trenton Military reads at is much
better especially for HF. Poor pilots have to be writing and listening furiously (Tony N2QHC, 0436 UT Aug 11, ibid.)
Yes, there's a WELLINGTON in the UK also NZ and USA. Volmets also come up on marine channel's at times (usually
relayed). But this one is RAF, and here in the South Pacific it`s on 11159 (seemed to be a relay of MKL on 11253 at
Ascension [sic]) and over a 24 hour period the QRM was too strong to relay decipher, in full. Never ever heard MKL on
11253 mention Wellington. Also on 11156 is a Russian Navy CW transmission at times, with splatter, up to 1.5 kHz each
side (believed to be in the Vladivostok area (near Olga) (Feraltex, Aug 11, ibid.)
11159 khz USB. Volmet broadcast with many locations, begins at 0600 UT. Currently signal is S3. Possibly this broadcast is
from Guam. Strongest signal is at 10 degrees from my location in Australia. Same signal as on 11253 kHz which is much
weaker. S1 (Eddy Waters, South Australia, Receivers: Drake R8, Japan Radio NRD 525, Watkins-Johnson HF1000A, Ten
Tec RX 340, SDR 14. Antenna. Log periodic 8 element covering 5-25 mhz inclusive. Rotator. Yaesu G-1000DXC. Decoder.
Hoka Code 300 Ver 3.095. (Extended version), ibid.)
Nil here in the Netherlands, Eddy (Ary Boender, 0726 UT Aug 11, ibid.) Now (0727) I hear a very faint voice. Unreadable
(Ary, ibid.)
Re VE6JY: ``The ID, such as it is, at 0346 UT Aug 11 was "This is military one time lot 3 information broadcast". Lot could
possibly be block but I'm leaning to lot; later I heard the 3 replaced by a 4, and later a 5.``
S L O T. Time slot. Ascension relaying the Swanwick broadcast. 73 de (Jim (MPJ), ibid.)
Hi Jim, I doubt 11159 is being sent via Ascension - see the following screendumps made over several hours, comparing
11159, USAF Ascension with soundings on 11226 and the RAF VOLMET broadcast via the UK transmitter on 11253:
http://signals.taunus.de/PUB/11159.jpg
I think West Coast of North America is a pretty good bet for 11159. 11159 was audible this morning with similar signal
strength as the RATT signal from NPG on 10430. Fade out matched the typical behaviour of West Coast stations. The TX
sites at Matsqui (BC) or Dixon (CA) could be good candidates. BRGDS (//Leif Dehio, near Munich/Germany,
Website:http://www.signals.taunus.de/ 1039 UT Aug 11, ibid.)
Leif, The signal seems to be inland from me, beam bearing maybe 065 to 080 (yeah I know, a single station beam cut on
HF is only a "maybe" indicator). So I think maybe not west coast, but probably western half of the US. It seems to be pretty
consistently strong in the Colorado remotes. Not saying it is in CO at all, just that wherever it is there is more steady
propagation into the CO area. Here localy it seems I can hear it 24 hours a day (every time I have checked, no matter what
time, it has been there), but sometimes it gets pretty weak, other times it is well over S9 for extended periods. (T! Mojave
Desert, California, USA, Aug 11, ibid.)
Just spent a couple of hours this morning monitoring on various receive platforms the RAF Volmet on 11159 kHz. I`ve
posted some observations on my blog. So I will throw my two cents into the where is this transmission coming from
discussion.
Based on monitoring over the last couple of days I think a very likely candidate for these transmissions is one of the
CanForce bases in Canada (maybe central or western Canada).
Also looks like there are 5 time slots being broadcast. I haven`t snagged all the stations being reported, but have quite a
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few nailed down. Now it`s time to go to work on time stamps for each of these time slot broadcasts. 73 all and good
hunting. Chief Larry (Larry Van Horn, N5FPW, Brasstown, NC USA, ibid.)
I totally agree, Western Canada. I just used a Global Tuners online
receiver in Northern Alberta for a recording (Ken Keeks? ibid.) (all via Glenn Hauser, DXLD)
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Glenn Hauser
Logs August 1111-12, 2013
** AUSTRALIA. 15490, August 12 at 1250, HCJB Kununurra inbooming with gospel huxter yelling in unknown language
about ``Yesucristu``. Once in a while, QRM from distorted English, suspected their program feed problem from
Melbourne. I`ll take the other service on 15340 instead, with some S Asian singing by a hyper-soprano. Aoki shows 15340
in Bengali on Mondays at 1245-1300, and 15490 in Rawang daily at 1230-1300 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** BANGLADESH. 15505, August 12 at 1356, BB carrier is on with big hum, 1358:27 IS starts and the hum is reduced;
timesignal ends at 1400:01.5, opening Urdu; transmitter hiccups off briefly at 1401:09 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. 6180, 6175, 6135, 6125, 6110, August 12 at 1203, an oversupply of CNR1, mainly due to the jamming imperative,
1205 featuring kidvoices. The adjacents seemed unusual: Aoki shows 6175 is a non-jammer, while 6180 blox Taiwan
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. 11980, August 12 at 1213, interview about the limitations on how tall buildings can go, mainly managing
elevators. Sometimes it`s hard to tell BBC from CRI, but this is the latter since it`s // 9760, while BBC is on 11750//9740.
11980 is southward from Kunming (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. Firedrake music jamming, August 12 before 1400:
13795, very poor at 1345, mixing with CNR1 and/or target
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The rest are CNR1, without Firedrake:
15550, very poor at 1344 with het on lo side
15570, fair at 1344
None in the 18s, 17s, 16s, 14s, 13s, 12s, just the usual in-banders on 11 and 15 MHz (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** CONGO DR [non]. 11690, August 12 at 0434, finally got around to confirming that Radio Okapi has *not* returned,
despite hopeful (or contingent) BaBcoCk registration in HFCC for this hour via South Africa effective 1 August (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 11880, Sunday August 11 at 2159, surprised to hear RHC in Esperanto, wrapping broadcast and running past
2200; finally 2202.5 IS and opening French. Neglected to check whether Esperanto appeared again at the properly
scheduled time and frequency of 2230 on 15370. Maybe additional airing at 2130, or running on program feed line and
turned on 11880 a bit early; it has appeared before at other unscheduled Sunday afternoon times (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTTENING DIGEST)
** GREECE. 9420, Aug 12 at 0520, rump ERT is still on the air, good signal with W&M in Greek. Alan Roe found this as of
August 10:
Coordinated effort to silence ERT – They are shutting down the transmitters
<http://www.ertopen.com/news-in-4-languges/english/item/2894-coordinated-effort-to-silence-ert-%E2%80%93-they-areshutting-down-the-transmitters#.Uge_w23t6sE>
No mention of shortwave in this article, presumably the lowest priority from a domestic standpoint (Glenn Hauser, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** GUAM. 15225, August 12 at 1342, language pronounces www.twr in English, mixed with S Asian music, poor-fair. Aoki
shows KTWR, 100 kW, 290 degrees at 1315-1345 in Assamese, except Saturdays in Manipuri (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, August 12 at 0100-0101:09.5*, R. Chaski carrier tracked until cutoff, despite splash from CRI/Cuba 5990
overrun with futile English 0100 past 0101 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** ROMANIA. 17745, Sunday August 11 at 2117, Spanish announcement, rock song in uncertain language, good signal at
peaks from deep fades, 2121 RRI ID, opening `Club de Oyentes` with Victoria Sepciu (who seems to have quite a fan base
in Ibero-America); answers listeners mail until ``hasta la próxima`` at 2125, but she`s just finishing one response, not the
whole program.
// 15300 is better where I switch at 2136; she gives her personal yahoo.es address, until 2137. Then at 2138 she`s back
with DX program, first news about RTI renovating its transmitter sites, something we have already read about in English;
then more mailbag (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SARAWAK [non]. 15420-, August 12 at 1128 checking for Radio Free Sarawak which is reactivating via TAIWAN today,
but no signal, nor at 1155 as the 19m band is almost dead. Keep checking and by 1219 there is a JBA carrier, 1223 talk
audible, fading in better at 1224, sounds like Iban language we heard in previous incarnation, resembling Malay, with
occasional word-matches such as ``orang``. Carrier is slightly on lo side compared to 9420, 1420 signals. It`s a phone
interview; studio side mentions ``demokrasi``. Glad I could hear it just before scheduled sign-off 1230 --- but wait, it
keeps on going! 1233.4 a bit of music and YL ID as Radio Free Sarawak, and seeming contact, sponsor info. Gradually
improving so really running until 1300*, the old schedule? 1238 more music and announcement, 1239 more phone
interview. It`s still very poor, compared to e.g. 15450 Turkey, and much stronger 15490 HCJB-Australia. 1254, 15420 still
in and talking about orang.
But wait, it`s still going past 1300! 1303.6 another music bit, more talk, 1310 when I break my fast. Next check 1341, now
it`s off so maybe lasted until 1330.
Later I read reports from others: Wolfgang Büschel says that religious music was playing (by mistake?) during first halfhour from 1100 on 15420.017. So maybe RFS got extended on this one occasion in compensation? Ivo Ivanov timed RFS
programming from 1150 to 1321. Ron Howard was hearing same thing from 1106 past 1307, and points out the website has
been updated, with new audio available, viz.:
``Radio Free Sarawak, Winner Of the International Press Institute's Free Media Pioneer Award 2013
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7pm-8.30pm Local 1100-12.30 UTC, SW 15420 kHz, Tel 082-237191
Radio Free Sarawak, responding to popular demand, is back on air today to keep folk abreast of vital developments since
GE13, where Sarawak’s rural seats again kept BN in power, despite the landslide against the government in West Malaysia.
We look at the Baram election petition – how was that seat lost in the face of huge popular concern over Taib’s dam plans
and why was the case thrown out on a technicality?
And the shocking reversal of the judgement in favour of the native land owners at Long Teran, thrown off their territories
by IOI/Pelita. The company and state government had appealed against compensating the people who lost their
livelihoods!
There is comment from veteran broadcaster Christina Suntai and much more tonight and all week from your favourite
team at RFS.``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOLOMON ISLANDS [and non]. 5020-, August 4 at 1157 I have a very weak carrier from SIBC, so wait to time its cutoff:
approx. 1200.5*. Otherwise before 1200 there were carriers from 3385 PNG, 4940 China, but not from 4750 Indonesia or
4755 Micronesia (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5980, August 12 at 1204, NO signal from VOA English, which I had heard August 8 at 1212. Still not in the latest
HFCC dated 12 August. Was it a one-off, test or mistake?? Site? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A [non]. 15560, August 12 at 0516, poor signal apparently in Pashto, conversation about Taliban, Afghanistan. Aoki
shows Mashaal Radio, 04-06, 250 kW, 90 degrees from Nauen, GERMANY; while HFCC claims it`s IBB in Urdu. WRTH
shows it all in Pashto, but it`s the service for the ``Pakistani border region with Afghanistan``; a sub-station of RFE/RL
out of Praha (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1681 monitoring: altho missing from WTWW-2 9930, Saturday at 2330, it`s back Sunday
August 11 at 2328, so altho greatly expanded, the 24/7 Brother Scare service hasn`t started quite yet. Next WORs: Tue
1100 on WRMI 9955; maybe Wed 0630 & 1430 on HLR 7265-CUSB (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1130, August 12 at 1151 UT, ``KLA News Report``, i.e. from the Kansas Livestock Association, not a radio station,
just a segment on my semi-local KLEY Wellington (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A [and non?]. 1500, August 12 at 1143 UT, Mexican music catches my ear looping NE/SW, but soon loses out to a
CBS News update, mixed with local ads, 1145 Osgood, then local weather relaying NWS robot concerning Palesteen, Red
River, northeast North Texas, K-Jim ID in passing, i.e. KJIM Sherman TX.
As for the Mexican, two other Texans on 1500 are SS per last year`s NRC AM Log, plus some further afield in AL, IL, altho
I would prefer the only likely one in Cantú,
1500 XEJQ La Explosiva Parras de la Fuente, Coah. 400 D
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1590, Aug 12 at 0558 UT, C2CAM outro and then dead air until almost 0600 when KVGB ID as ``Voice of the
Golden Belt, Great Bend``, into ABC news. So GB has a double-meaning. I can`t find Golden Belt mentioned on their
incomplete website,http://www.kvgbam.com/ where ``Talk of the Town`` is the rather unspecific slogan, but Googling
indicates that ``Golden Belt`` is the local-area sobriquet, applied to a cinema, etc. Does golden allude to canola, or what?
Surely not Au (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** VATICAN. 7250, Monday August 12 at 0524, surprised to hear VP signal with W&M conversation in English, sounds
like Vatican Radio; much weaker than 7275 Tunisia, 7295 Algeria/France. Have not heard it on 7250 for months in almostnightly 41m-scans around this hour, and presumed off for the summer. But it has continued to be registered starting at
0530 with 250 kW at 4 degrees; Aoki shows same except on Sundays, with Latin mass. At 0528 closing English, ``L.I.C.``,
bells before and after 0529, but no IS, 0530 Italian announcement and classical music, now // very good 9645 with Bach
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 11159-USB, August 12 at 0511, fair signal surging to good peaks, from VOLMET mystery, citing
Hannover conditions at the moment. 0536, Brize-Norton, but cut off incomplete, resuming with non-ID; shortly,
Hannover again. Next check at 1128, it`s gone! And still gone at 1208, and later chex, finally at 1724. Could it be gone for
good, just as abruptly as it had appeared?
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Noel Green in England found 11159 as well as 11253, 5450 all off the air at 0845. Another radio listener says 11253 & 5450
popped back on the air at 1432, but not 11159. Nor did I find 11159 moved anywhere else on the 11, 8 or 13 MHz aero bands,
when I searched between 1200 and 1300.
Meanwhile someone sent me a schedule of all the locations mentioned in the five different ``slots``, twice an hour
(applicable to RAF on all three frequencies, tho 11159 wasn`t synchronized?). Some of these airfields I have never heard of
and don`t yet know which countries they inhabit.
Already realizing there is one at Waddington UK, I was beginning to suspect that`s what `she` says rather than
Wellington, and this confirms it: so never mind all the discussion about whether it`s about New Zealand. Chris Greenway
points out that Aldergrove refers to Belfast, Northern Ireland (altho one is also in British Columbia).
----------------------RAF VOLMET Slot Timings
----------------------Minutes past the hour:
00/30
07/37
13/43
19/49
25/55
SlotTime 1&6 SlotTime 2&7 SlotTime 3&8 SlotTime 4&9 SlotTime 5&10
Brize Norton Northolt
Gibraltar Bari
Muscat
Waddington Aldergrove Porto
Sigonella Kandahar
Birmingham Culdrose
Tenerife Souda Bay Bastion
East Midlands Hannover
Dakar
Akrotiri Minhad
Manchester Geilenkirchen Ascension Larnace Baghdad
Cardiff
Adana
Recife
Cairo
Kabul
Prestwick Budapest
Mombassa Istres
Trabzon
Marham
Bucharest Nairobi
Evreux
Ashgabat
Lossiemouth Bardufoss Brize Norton Nice
Baku
Leeming
Evenes
Bamako
Lajes
Al Udeid
Coningsby Trondheim Algiers
Faro
Thumrait
Benson
Keflavik
Abidjan
Salalah
Odiham
Bodo
Al Maktoum
Bahrain
Fujairairah
Be sure these are lined up in a non-proportional font of at least 70 spaces to display properly. Note that the bottom entries
in each column of different lengths are: Odiham, Bodo, Abidjan, Faro, Fujairairah (should that be Al-Fujayrah as in UAE?
Lots of variation in transcribing Arabic, but an extra syllable?). Note also that not all of these are exactly as heard spoken,
e.g. ``Tenerife-South``, ``Adana-Incirlik``.
Also there is a postal address, but no e-mail located yet. Maybe they would tell us where 11159 is or was; note, it`s not
Shanwick (which is a contraxion for the commercial airports Shannon/Prestwick):
Swanwick Military
London Area Control Centre
Box 13
Sopwith Way
Swanwick
Southampton
SO31 7AY
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Further posts about this in the UDXF yg:
Recording.
https://app.box.com/s/mwque9h4nl5fong53s3s
(Ken, August 11, UDXF yg via DXLD)
As I posted yesterday, the site I suspect is lower mainland area near
Vancouver. I am in Northern Alberta and within reasonable range of the
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Edmonton military TX site near Cardiff and it is almost inaudible when I am beamed in that direction (NW). It peaks
nicely to the SW and is too strong to be another hop further west (Don Moman, AB, August 11, ibid.)
Hi Don, VE6WCA has an online HF receiver near Long Lake Provincial Park. The 11159 signal is very strong. As to the
Aldergrove, BC transmitter as far as I know it has been deactivated and looks to have nothing but VHF and Sat dishes on
site.
I really think the British military is training in Alberta and/or Manitoba. I will check tomorrow locally though and see what
I hear. I had my system apart today (Ken Keeks, Aug 11, ibid.)
Yes, I know Rene, VE6WCA as he is maybe 100 km due north of my location. I have put one of my Perseus rx here on line
at various times today. The British are often training at Suffield in southern Alberta. No HF tx site there tho.
By Aldergrove, I was referring to its Matsqui transmitter site 28 km away - west of Chilliwack and north of Abbottsford.
I'm sure this site is still active. Everything is remote these days anyway.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_Radio_Section_Aldergrove
Naval Radio Section Aldergrove, or NRS Aldergrove, is a Canadian
Forces
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Forces_base>
naval radio communications facility located in both Aldergrove
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldergrove,_British_Columbia>
and Matsqui
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matsqui,_British_Columbia>,
NRS Aldergrove is the Royal Canadian Navy
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Canadian_Navy>
's primary communications relay site for Maritime Forces Pacific <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maritime_Forces_Pacific>
The Aldergrove receiving site is located 59 kilometres east of Vancouver, British Columbia in the community of Aldergrove
whereas the Matsqui transmitter site is located 28 kilometres northeast of Aldergrove.
The Aldergrove receiving site comprises 1,220 acres (4.9 km2) while
Matsqui comprises 230 acres (0.93 km2). About 440 acres (1.8 km2) of the Aldergrove site are used for the antenna field,
while the remainder is used as an electromagnetic interference (EMI) buffer zone from local development. Currently,
Aldergrove and Matsqui are staffed with 1 operator and between 15 to 17 technicians (via Don Moman, ibid.)
here is a view of the Matsqui TX-site via Google Street View:
https://maps.google.com/maps?q=49.110677,-122.250082&ll=49.110252,122.249444&spn=0.005064,0.013937&sll=53.057746,104.153123&sspn=0.018596,0.055747&hnear=h&layer=c&cbll=49.110677,122.250082&panoid=UuiPVyxQ1_OwQvFznvcCCQ&cbp=12,105.15,,0,-4.16&t=h&z=17
BRGDS (//Leif Dehio, ibid.)
As someone else has already pointed out, the Aldergrove referred to is
RAF Aldergrove in Northern Ireland, so as interesting as the information regarding the Canadian Aldergrove is, it is
irrelevant as far as this discussion is concerned.
I am located on the UK south coast and the main transmitter for this
facility on 5450 kHz is 300 miles north of me. Since the change to the
new format, UK monitors are also having hard time understanding some of the locations. However two locations not
mentioned yet on this
reflector are Northolt (London) and Geilenkirchen (Germany). 73 (Colin G3PSM, ibid.)
Colin, I was listening to 11159 yesterday evening local time, about 0700Z and I definitely heard Geilenkirchen in one of the
time slot reports. I made handwritten notes while listening for about 20 minutes just to see which airfields I could pick
out. The list I made included:
Kabul, Khandahar, Lossiemouth, Waddington, Birmingham, Belfast
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Aldergrove, Hanover, Geilenkirchen, Mombassa, and Cairo
As with this transmission and speed of information it is possible that I got one or two wrong but of Geilenkirchen I'm
pretty sure. I note this evening the signal is conspicuous by its absence in the antipodes! Regards, (Mike Jackson,
Palmerston North, New Zealand, RTL/Wellbrook ALA1530 Loop, ibid.)
Hi Ken, You are right. I noticed this on the BFBS website. Dated 5 August: "Canada hosts Exercise Prairie Thunder. The
Queen's Royal Hussars have been reunited with their Challenger 2 tanks, after 3 years, for Exercise Prairie Thunder."
So, yes, there is a British exercise going on in Canada. 73, (Ary Boender, Aug 12, ibid.)
These are details of the locations which may be used:
RAF Brize Norton - Brize Norton, England EGVN (BZZ)
RAF Waddington - Waddington, England EGXW (WTN)
Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham, England EGBB (BHX)
Nottingham East Midlands Airport, East Midlands, England EGNX (EMA)
Manchester Airport - Manchester, England EGCC (MAN)
Cardiff International Airport - Cardiff, Wales EGFF (CWL)
Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, Glasgow, Scotland EGPK (PIK)
RAF Marham - Marham, England EGYM (MRH)
RAF Lossiemouth - Lossiemouth, Scotland EGQS (LMO)
RAF Leeming - Leeming Bar, England EGXE
RAF Coningsby - Coningsby, England EGXC (QCY)
RAF Benson - Benson, England EGUB
RAF Odiham - Odiham, England EGVO (ODH)
RAF Northolt - Ruislip, England (effectively London) EGWU (NHT)
Belfast Intl Airport, Belfast, Northern Ireland EGAA (BFS)
RMB Culdrose - Helston, Cornwall EGDR
Hanover/Langenhagen International Airport, Hanover EDDV (HAJ)
NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen - Geilenkirchen ETNG (GKE)
Adana Airbase (possibly Incirlic), Adana, Turkey LTAG?
Budapest Ferihegy International Airport, Budapest, Hungary LHBP (BUD)
Bucharest Aurel Vlaicu Intl Airport, Bucharest, Romania LRBS (BBU)
Bardufoss Airport - Bardufoss, Troms [sic] County, Norway ENDU (BDU)
Evenes Airbase/Harstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes, Norway ENEV (EVE)
Trondheim Airbase/Airport, Værnes, Norway ENVA (TRD)
KQNT - NAS Keflavik, Iceland KQNT
Bod0 Airbase/Airport - Bod0, Nordland, Norway ENBO (BOO)
Gibraltar Airport - Gibraltar LXGB (GIB)
Lisbon Portela Airport, Portugal LPPT (LIS)
Gran Canaria International Airport. There are others. GCLP (LPA)
Dakar-Yoff-Léopold Sédar Senghor Intl Airport, Dakar, Senegal GOOY (DKR)
Wideawake Field, Georgetown Ascension Is. BIOT FHAW (ASI)
Gilberto Freyre Intl Airport, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil SBRF (REC)
Moi International Airport, Mombassa, Kenya HKMO (MBA)
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, Kenya HKJK (NBO)
Senou International Airport, Bamako, Mali GABS (BKO)
Houari Boumedienne Airport, algiers, Algeria DAAG (ALG)
Port Bouet Airport, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) DIAP (ABJ)
Palese Macchie Airport, Bari, Italy LIBD (BRI)
Sigonella Military Airport, Catania, Italy LICZ (NSY)
Souda Bay AB, Greece KQNC
RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus LCRA (AKT)
Larnaca International Airport, Larnaca, Cyprus LCLK (LCA)
Cairo International Airport, Cairo, Egypt HECA (CAI)
Istres Airbase, Istres, Bouches-du-Rhône, France LFMI (QIE)
Evreux/Fauville Airbase, Evreux, Eure, France LFOE (EVX)
Nice Côte d'Azur Airport, LFMN (NCE)
Nice/Côte d'Azur Airport, Nice, France LFMN (NCE)
Lajes Air Base Intl Praia da Vitoria, Azores LPLA (TER)
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Faro Airport/Algarve Intl, Faro, Portugal LPFR (FAO)
Seeb International Airport, Muscat OOMS (MCT)
Kandahar Airport, Kandahar, Afghanistan OAKN (KDH)
Camp Bastion Airbase, Afghanistan
Al Minhad Airbase, UAE OMDM (NHD)
Baghdad International Airport, Baghdad, Iraq ORBI (SDA)
Kabul International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan OAKB (KBL)
Trabzon Airbase, Trabzon, Turkey LTCG (TZX)
Ashgabat Airport, (Ashkhabad), Turkmenistan UTAA (ASB)
Heydar Aliyev International Airport, Baku, Azerbajan UBBB (BAK)
Al Udeid Air Base, Doha, Qatar OTBH
Thumrait Air Base, Thumrait, Oman OOTH (TTH)
Salalah Airport, Salalah, Oman OOSA (SLL)
Al Maktoum Airbase/Intl Airport, Al Maktoum, Dubai, UAE OMJA (DWC)
Bahrain International Airport, Manama, Bahrain OBBI (BAH) or Sheik Isa
Air Base, Bahrain OBBS
Fujairah Airbase/Airport UAE OMFJ (FJR)
(Jim, ibid.)
Something we must consider in this transmission is that this is an automated voice and that the timing is a bit off. The
speed is a bit faster than the human ear can hear and the brain has to translate. Many of you may recall when the National
Weather Service started using the automated voice, it went through some changes in the beginning. So many words were
not spoken with the kind of inflection we normally would recognize. In other words, some of it sounded funny coming
from an "American" voice.
So the identification to me sounds like it is even faster than the rest of it and could be something completely different from
what we are actually hearing (Clyde N1BHH, Weymouth, MA, ibid.)
I've digitally slowed it down. This does not help intelligibility, but
it does allow the brain to keep up. One thing I'm sure of is that the
ID is "Military One, time slot [x], information broadcast." I went and
listened to the 11253 frequency of the real RAF VOLMET, and there is no difference outside whatever time latency exists.
The voice synthesizer is dodgy, as our UK friends say. "She" does speak British English ("Gibraltah"), but indeed the
timing is off and words don't always come out right.
Also I was listening to 11253 on the WebSDR at U of Twente, and for some reason you lose the beginnings of the place
names. Headache time! The direct on 11159 is not doing that.
It does have a schedule. It's a set of 5 slots beginning every top and
bottom of the hour. The slots last 6-7 minutes. Remaining time at the
end of a list is used to repeat the whole list, or as much as there's
time for. Slot 5, the one with all the obscure (to Americans at least)
Afghan and Middle Eastern place names, seems the most subject to strangeness if time runs short (Hugh Stegman, Aug 11,
ibid.)
Indeed. Our English friends have great difficulties with the letter 'r' where it falls near the end of a word. They also seem to
think that 'Wales' and 'whales' are pronounced identically! 73 de (Jim (MPJ), ibid.)
For anyone who has not managed to catch this station themselves yet, I have uploaded a couple of videos on my YouTube
channel. The first video of this signal is one entire 30 minute cycle, starting with the
first full Slot One at 1930 UT and continuing until the start of the next Slot One at 2000. This video is as the signal was
received at my location in the Mojave Desert, California, USA. Note that the local time was 1230, mid day.
Also note that the signal is as strong or even stronger than the HF-GCS traffic on 11175 kHz that occurs in several locations
of the video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shmIBvLxwAY
The second video is a stereo audio video intended to show the slight timing delta of 11159 kHz vs 11253 kHz. In this video
the left channel audio is 11159 kHz and the right channel audio is 11253 kHz. It can be clearly heard that 11253 kHz audio
slightly leads 11159 kHz audio. Unfortunately it seems YouTube has made the audio mono instead of stereo, but you can
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still hear the time delta.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEPY7P_xI-U
(T! Mojave Desert, California, USA, ibid.)
A voice from experience in locating many HF signals: If it is strong at ll MHz, either it is within 15 miles or so, or more
than hundreds of miles away. HF works like that. Generally one cannot associate HF strength well with distance. Unless
you are going mobile, strength at HF is *meaningless* in locating the station. The real test is to go mobile. If you do and go
several miles in several directions and still see strong signals, the station is hundreds or thousands of miles away. If it is
being seen strong in various locations in SW Canada that suggests it is not in SW Canada.
Generally at 20 miles, an HF signal (excluding high power HF broadcasters at 50 or more kW) at 11 MHz will not be
impressively strong by any means (David L Wilson, ibid.)
``SW Canada`` is a big place, probably enough skip distance on 11 MHz from SW BC to N AB (Glenn Hauser, DXLD)
A far simpler, quicker, cheaper and more reliable method is to head right to the site(s) of interest with a portable RX. It
will be pretty obvious if the signal comes from the site concerned and military HF TX sites tend to be suitably far apart to
minimise the chances of mixing up the origin because of propagation. Of course you need to exercise some caution but it’s
the only way to do this properly. Someone needs to visit Matsqui (Mike Chace-Ortiz, UDXF yg via DXLD
All three frequencies, 5450, 11159, and 11253 kHz, appear vacant at 1200 UT. Not sure what time they went off but when I
fired up a rig at 1200, nothing was heard on 11159 kHz for the first time in days. Checking remotes shows that I can't find
the 11159 kHz signal (or 5450 or 11253 kHz) on any remotes. As of 1350 still no joy on any of those frequencies.
11253 and 5450 kHz came back on sometime after 1400 UT. At this time, 1440, 11159 kHz still appears off. (T! Mojave
Desert, California, USA, ibid.)
5450 was active at 1400z and still on at 1600z (Colin G3PSM, ibid.)
Yeah, I checked at 1402z and both 5450 and 11253 kHz were back up, the last time before that I checked was about 1345z
or so, and neither were up at that time (T!, ibid.)
Nil here too, on the SoCal coast. Nothing audible at all (Hugh, 1651 UT Aug 12, ibid.)
(all UDXF yg via Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Giampiero Bernardini
Ascolti
Ascolti FM con l'autoradio a Quercianella
Qualche ascolto in FM di passaggio a Quercianella con l’autoradio
Più info e un paio di immagini su http://radiodxfm.blogspot.it/
87.7 RAC 1, Collserola, Catalunya, Spagna
88.3 RNE 1, Collserola, Catalunya, Spagna
88.4 Catalunya Radio, Montcaro, Catalunya, Spagna
88.5 Aire Latino Radio, Valencia, Spagna
89.1 Radio Marca (pres), Collserola, Catalunya, Spagna
91.9 RAC 105, Rocacorba, Catalunya, Spagna
92.0 Catalunya Informaciò, Collserola, Catalunya, Spagna
92.4 Cadena Dial, Vilasecà i Solou, Catalunya, Spagna
93.3 RNE 1, Rocacorba, Catalunya, Spagna
94.0 RNE Radio 5, Rocacorba, Catalunya, Spagna
94.9 Mosaique Radio, Djebel Bou-Kornine, Tunisia
96.9 SER Barcelona, Tibidabo, Catalunya, Spagna
97.7 SER Tarragona, Catalunya, Spagna
98.2 RTT Radio Tunis Chaine Int., Djebel Bou-Kornine, Tunisia
102.2 Catalunya Radio, Rocacorba, Catalunya, Spagna
105.3 RTT Radio Nationale, Djebel Bou-Kornine, Tunisia
73 - Giampiero Bernardini - Milano
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Logs
ogs August 1212-13, 2013
** AUSTRALIA. 15490, Aug 13 at 1232, HCJB Rawang service on VG signal, SSOB in fact, with guitar, country-music
gospel song by OM, 1233 IAD, 1234 cut to another hymn by YL, 1235 cut to usual hypreacher. They need some
improvement in editing.
No doubt the Rawangs are impressed by somestation bothering to broadcast in their minority language; is it the only one
on SW? Not quite: Once you find EiBi`s abbr. for it as RWG, easiest place to research this is his list: FEBC also has a
quarter-hour daily; and HCJB presents another semihour in local mornings. His exhaustive language list
athttp://www.eibispace.de/dx/README.TXT
shows population info: ``RWG Rawang: Burma (60,000), India-Arunachal Pr.(60,000)``, now all on the road to
Jerusalem (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. Firedrake, August 13 before 1300:
13795, very poor at 1245, mixing with CNR1
The rest are CNR1 jammers instead:
13830, very poor at 1245; none in the 17s, 16s, 15s, 14s, 12s, 10s
Plus the inbanders on 11 MHz.
Except:
11935, fair with fades at 1249, the CRI Russian service plays a brief clip of Firedrake, surely not proudly proclaiming their
jamming tactic
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** GREECE [non]. 9420, August 13 around 1215, I am zeroing this frequency in order to tune in 15420 for RFS, and as
usual hear no Greece at this hour but China. However, Ivo Ivanov reports that today from 1200, VOG is missing from all
its frequencies, 9420, 9935 and 15630. Hope the authorities haven`t finally overtaken and turned off the Avlis SW site
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, August 13 at 0059-0101:15.5*, R. Chaski JBA carrier stops, about 6 seconds later than yesterday, so make
that approximate, as it was fading in and out (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SARAWAK [non]. 15420, Aug 13 at 1216, JBA carrier begins to appear from R. Free Sarawak via TAIWAN on its second
day of reactivation. Now must have started properly at 1100, as it cuts off at correct time of 1230:27* --- altho judging from
yesterday, its audibility would have improved here during the following hour (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** U S A [non]. 12075, August 13 at 1247, environmental report from VOA News, poor signal. This hour is via Tinang,
PHILIPPINES daily, but if you hear 12075 with `Jazz America` the following hour between 13 & 14 on Sat & Sun, that`s
via TINIAN (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** VATICAN. 7250, Aug 13 at 0529, VR bells, fair, so looks like this is going to continue in use (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 11159-USB, RAF VOLMET, location never identified for sure, appears to have been a temporary
transmission, perhaps prompted by a British military exercise in western Canada. Originally found to be missing early
August 12, several further chex continue to find the frequency vacant: Aug 12 at 2055; Aug 13 at 0055, 0526, 1225. Hope
someone can pin it down retroactively.
Meanwhile, another comment from DXLD contributor Chuck Albertson, in Seattle WA: ``Re Don's report from Edmonton
on 8/11, I don't think the
VOLMET broadcast on 11159 is coming from a xmtr in British Columbia at that hour (~0400). If it was, the signal would
probably skip right over me, or come in like a local. Instead, what I hear at that time fades a lot. Also, "Aldergrove" is a
military reference for Belfast International Airport. It used to be co-named RAF Aldergrove; now it's a helicopter base, but
the airport can handle large transports, so that's why it's on the list`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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Logs August 15, 2013
** BANGLADESH. 15505, August 15 at 1356, BB tonetest is JBA; 1358 IS; congrats on the timesignal ending only 0.5
second late after 1400! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. Firedrake [non] CNR1 jamming August 15 before 1300; once again, propagation is quite degraded:
12910, very poor at 1254, also with CCI? Unusual spot, new frequency?
15970, very poor at 1254; none in the 13s, 14s, 16s, 17s, 18s
August 15 before 1400:
14980, very poor at 1347; none in the 13s, 12s
15900, poor at 1345; also poor 15 MHz inbanders
16100, very poor at 1345
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA [and non]. 7370-7440, Aug 15 at 0552, wall-of-noise jamming against 7405 R. Martí (which nevertheless is quite
readable), bleeds out plus/minus 35 kHz, with individual pulses of a certain pitch; adjacent to 7365 center of another pulse
jammer against nothing of quite different pitch and faster rate. I`ve also noted bleeds like this surrounding other Cuban
jammers; would it be too much to ask Arnie for them to be confined to the target frequencies at the times they are really
on? Of course it would!
6125, August 15 at 0554, RHC English anomaly now is the absence of this frequency, while the overkill quartet of others
are nominal.
Including 6010 at 0555 August 15, not 6000, despite this from Alan Pennington, BDXC-UK: ``Radio Havana Cuba noted
still with English on 6000 kHz this morning (Aug 14) at 0509 after scheduled close of English on this frequency. Reason
was given at 0540 by Arnie Coro in the mid-week edition of 'DXers Unlimited': ``RHC are testing 6000 kHz 0500-0700
UTC to Pacific Coast of North America for the next few days (starting UTC day Aug 14) in replacement of 6010 kHz.`` Not
tonight, they aren`t! That would certainly be welcomed by HJDH (and XEOI if it`s on? Haven`t heard or seen reports of it
at any hour for some weeks again) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** INDIA. 15050, August 15 at 0134, very poor signal with music, 0135 talk; besides something worse on 11620, this is all I
can get from AIR for the special independence day ceremonies. None of the 7 MHz regional channels were audible, nor did
I expect them to be (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 730, August 15 at 0608 UT, choral Mexican NA is playing, apparent long-version if it started circa 0600;
0609 short Chihuahua state anthem with choir, but mainly male soloist; listen for keyword ``chihuahuense`` not to mix it
with other states. Plenty of QRM tonite rather than often dominant signal, so maybe not running day power of 50 kW.
0610 full ID as Ke Buena, XEHB on FM, and AM 730, street address in Hidalgo del Parral; mentions Radiorama group
``la cadena que une a México``; ``no hay más; estamos contigo`` and into banda music (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
LISTENING DIGEST)
** NIGERIA. 15120, August 15 at 0549, a rare appearance of VON, good signal level but quite low modulation during song;
not much distortion, anyway (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1682: completed in time for first airing on WRMI, UT Thursday August 15 at 0330,
unconfirmed. Next:
Thursday 2100.5 on WTWW-1 9479
UT Friday 0326v on WWRB 5050
UT Saturday 0200v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB
Saturday 0630 & 1430 on HLR 7265-CUSB
Saturday 1500 on WRMI 9955
UT Sunday 0400.5 on WTWW-1 5830
The previous Sat & Sun 2329v on WTWW-2 9930 may or may not appear; last week Saturday did not, while Sunday did.
Brother Scare has been heard affirming that he will (soon?) be on this transmitter 24/7 with 5085 overnight (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
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** U S A [and non]. 670, August 15 at 0601 UT, as I null WSCR I am getting not only Cuba, but another English-speaking
sportstalk station; 0604 YL refers to ```the mothership``, and CBS Sports Radio. First checked KBOI schedule in case it`s
out of whack, but not. Then affiliate list
http://radio.cbssports.com/stations/
leads right to KWXI Glenwood AR, which is supposed to be a 5 kW daytimer! And the only CBSSR affiliate on 670 besides
WSCR itself, but which had different programming.
Then checking FCC AM Query, no hit on KWXI! That`s because the call changed Feb 1, 2013, as we then find by searching
670 and AR: Now it`s KHGZ --- but it is still licensed as 5 kW daytime *only*, non-direxional. They do have a PSRA
ranging from 1 watt in the winter to 500 watts in the summer; and a PSSA ranging from 1 to 3 watts, depending on the
time in the evening, yearound --- but of course that has nothing at all to do with being on the air at 1 am local!
It`s not the first time I have caught KWXI cheating. Previously logged Oct 5, 2012 at 0544 UT in similar situation with
definite ID. ``KWXI`` should be a desirable pronounceable call ``Quicksy``; wonder if they sold it off to some other
station? Anyhow, inapplicable to any current AM or FM station.
BTW, without KWXI/KHGZ getting in the way, WSCR and CMBA used to be precisely zero-beat, never a SAH nulling one
or the other, but lately they have been SAHing each other (WRTH shows 13 Rebelde transmitters on 670, two of which are
50 kW; surely not all of them are zero-beat) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Dario & Roberto
Riassunto reportage viaggio BRASILE 2013 da Manaus a Belo Horizonte di Roberto
Ciao a tutti gli amici della lista !
Oggi siamo FERMI a Belo Horizonte dato che é Giovedí 15 Agosto e nella Religiosississsississima nazione Brasiliana di
festeggia la Madonna
e tutto é fermo e chiuso ....per nostra fortuna il modesto Hotel Mercure Centro Minais di Belo Horizonte, ha servizio
ILLIMITATO gratuito di Internet ....e si puó aggiornare il reportero provvisorio.
Eccovi quello di Roberto Pavanello :
Sabato 10 Agosto, eravamo a Manaus : per me turismo, con una gita in battello sul Rio delle Amazzoni fino all'Incontro das
Aguas, il punto ove i due fiumi Rio Negro ed il Rio delle Amazzoni si uniscono per scendere fino all'Oceano Atlantico, e poi
visita ad un centro ambientale della biosfera del Rio delle Amazzoni usando le piroghe a motore ! molto emozionante ed
UMIDO ! Mentre per Dario un incontro nell´Hotel Novotel con José Joaquin Marinho, il V/s di Radio Rio Mar (Anni 70´s)
e di Radio Difusora Amazonas (Anni 80´s e 90´s) un contatto che continua da oltre quaranta anni. Oggi José conduce alla
domenica, dalle 10 alle 12 locali, un programma su Amazonas FM.
Con il suo invito domenica 11 Agosto ci era permesso incontrarlo negli studi della stessa per un saluto agli ascoltatori ed
una storica intervista ed a scattare un pó di fotografie....mentre fuori si scatenavano gli elementi ! Alle 14.25 la partenza
per la capitale federale, l'avveniristica Brasilia ove arrivavamo attorno alle 18. Il trasferimento nel mastodontico hotel
Mercure Monumental e poi la cena con un camerero un po scemotto, chiudevano quest'altra epica giornata.
Lunedi 12 Agosto le emittenti della capitale federale ci attendevano. Iniziavamo con una nota emittente " ufficiale ", Radio
Senado, la emittente del Senato Federale Brasiliano oggi attiva solo in modulazione di frequenza su 91.7 MHz ma fino ad
un paio di anni fá anche sulla frequenza di onda corta di 5990 kHz, ove era un'ascolto fra i più facili da effettuare dal
Brasile, in quanto era proprio quella che apriva la propagazione dal Sud America sulla banda dei 49 metri, già verso le 22
UTC. L'emittente è ospitata nel palazzo del Senato a sua volta ospitato nella Praca dos Tre Poderes, la piazza ove hanno
sede tutte le istituzioni federali Brasiliane. Avevamo un appuntamento col Dr. Ivan Godoy, direttore della medesima,
poliglotta ( parla portoghese, spagnolo, catalano. gallego, russo, francese e comprende l´italiano ) con il quale discutevamo
di tutto, dalle differenze architettoniche fra la Cattedrale di Chartres ed il Duomo di Milano, delle differenziazioni
fonetiche fra il portoghese ed il castigliano e anche della radio scoprendo che la chiusura dell´onda corta é stata provocata
dalla Radio Nacional che ha voluto riprendersi, pur non utilizzandola, la frequenza ed il monopolio delle Onde corte da
Brasilia e dei 5990 kHz. Radio Senado spera in futuro di poter tornare sull´onda corta in quanto i rapporti con gli
ascoltatori stranieri erano molto apprezzati tanto che qualche rapporto d´ascolto, fra i quali spicca quello di Mauricio
Molano, é appeso nel corridoio. Ci lasciavamo ottenendo la conferma per l´amico di San Pietroburgo ed un CD su canti
rivoluzionari brasileiros degli anni ´20. Lasciato il Senato andavamo a Radio Nova Brasil, la rete di sola musica brasiliana,
in Brasilia su 97,7 MHz. Anche qui nuovi adesivi venivano raccolti. Era la volta di Banda News, la locale emittente della
Rede Bandeirantes, attiva in Brasilia su 90,5 MHz ma nulla ottenevamo. Dopo due inutile tentativi di visita a due radio
desaparecidas ( Executiva FM 101,7 MHz e Super Radio AM 1210 kHz ) tornavamo a visitare un´emittente del gruppo
Transamerica 100,1 MHz. Solita casetta di tutte le Transamerica e solita receptionista gentile che ci forniva un pó di
adesivi ed una borraccia col logo della emittente. A questo punto ci trasferivamo al Quartiere Generale dell`Esercito
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Brasiliano per una visita alla stazione militare Radio Verde Oliva 98,7 MHz. Nessun problema ad entrare ( provate ad
entrare in quello dell´Esercito Italiano a Monte Mario ???? che per fortuna non ha emittenti radio ) anche perché avevamo
una e-mail di invito da parte del Tenente Colonnello Manoel, direttore della medesima che, gentilissimo ci portava a
vedere e fotografare, gli studi per la diretta, per le registrazioni, la sala stampa. A differenza della AFRTS e della BFBS che
essenzialmente si rivolgono ad un pubblico di militari all´estero Radio Verde Oliva ci rivolge alla popolazione civile, sia per
fare un pó di propaganda all´arruolamento nell´Esercito sia con programmi educativi, anche se non mancano programmi
di intrattenimento musicali sia di musica Brasiliana che internazionale. Una dozzina di persone mandano avanti la
stazione che spera di poter far presto giungere i suoi segnali anche in altre cittá Brasiliane e non solo in Brasilia. Al
momento del congedo ( termine mai cosi appropriato ) il Tenente Colonnello ci offriva vari materiali fra cui una T-shirt e
alcuni adesivi, ed anche due Tovagliette di stoffa che Dario consderava Banderinas.... penso gli unici souvenirs mai entrati
nel giro dei collezionisti.. Anche per la prossima emittente avevamo un invito, quello della Sig.ra Lleila di Antena 1, la rede
di musica internazionale con sede in Sao Paulo e operante nella capitale federale su 93,7 MHz. Diciamo che da vedere
c´era ben poco: uno studiolo per la registrazione della pubblicitá locale in quanto tutto viene fatto in Sao Paulo.
Ottenevamo peró alcuni miniadesivi locali e ció bastava a farci felici. E finalmente era la volta della Radio Nacional in
Brasilia sui 980 kHz e 96.1 MHz, con due programmazioni differenti, oltre che, con la programmazione di Radio Nacional
de Amazonas su 6180 e 11780 kHz in onda corta. La sintonia di quest'ultima frequenza è il modo più facile e comodo di
sintonizzare il Brasile: già verso le 19 UTC in inverno e verso le 21 in estate, pressochè tutte le sera i segnali della Radio
Nacional de Amazonas sono da noi sintonizzabili anche con un semplice portatile munito della sola antenna telescopica ed
i suoi programmi sono sempre un piacevole ascolto, un mix di calcio, notizie, musica Brasilera. Leggermente più difficile,
ma sicuramente non impossibile, anche l' ascolto nella banda dei 49 metri nella frequenza di 6180 kHz, logico bisogna
attendere fin verso le 23 UTC. Non avevamo inviti ma se alla reception dite di essere italiani appassionati di radioascolto,
ascoltatori della Radio Nacional do Amazonia che volete conoscere l´emittente questo é sufficiente per poter entrare ed
essere accompagnati a visitare i tre studi della tre emittenti e anche un quarto studio, quello utilizzato per la realizzazione
del noto programma A Voz do Brasil, il piú antico programma radiofonico esistente al mondo, quello che é da 70 anni che
tutte le emittenti brasiliane hanno l´obbligo di ritrasmettere e che fá si che nessun brasiliano fra le 19 e 20 locali accenda
la radio!!!
Scattavamo varie foto degli studi, molto belli e moderni, sicuramente all´avanguardia rispetto a quelli visti in Buenos Aires
della RAE Radio Nacional de Argentina e venivamo congedati con due belle T-shirt. Davvero un altro bel momento di
questo avventuroso (Grazie TAM !) viaggio!!! Si proseguiva per l´unica sede di Radio Capital 1080 kHz e Rede Alleluia
99,3 MHz ma li giunti trovavamo tutto chiuso. Si era fatto tardi, tanto valeva andare alla stazione degli autobus a comprare
i biglietti per la gita fuoriporta dell´indomani in Goiania e poi cenare nel senza infamia e senza lode ristorante italiano La
Gioconda di Brasilia, sciccoso ....ma che di Italiano aveva solo il nome Leonardesco.
Gita fuori porta il giorno successivo. Alle 8 partivamo dalla stazione Rodoviaria degli autobus di Brasilia, molto bella e
moderna, a destinazione della vicina città di Goiania a 145 Km, sede di un paio di " capisaldi " del Dxing brasiliano per una
visita alle radio della città. Alle 11 eravamo in Goiania. La prima meta era uno dei più elevati momenti Diexistici dell'intero
viaggio, l'emittente del governo dell'Estado de Goiania, la ben nota Radio Brasil Central attiva oltre che sull'onda media di
1270 kHz (inascoltabile in Italia a causa delle emisoras COPE su 1269 kHz per 24 ore e sulla banda FM di 90.1 MHz, anche
sulle due frequenze di onda corta dei 11815 kHz nella faixa dei 25 metri e di 4985 kHz nella banda tropicale dei 60 metri.
Entrambe le frequenze sono facilmente sintonizzabili in Italia, logicamente quella dei 25 metri già a partire dalle prime ore
serali e quella dei 60 metri verso la mezzanotte italiana, ma entrambe offrono, spesso ottimi segnali per delle ottime
programmazioni sportive o musicali. Eravamo accolti con infinita gentilezza da parte di tutti, in quanto ben consapevoli ed
orgogliosi del loro essere ascoltati in tutto il mondo. Ricevavamo vari materiali, adesivi, CD, un libro sulla storia
dell´emittente per i 60 anni di vita, e la QSL immancabile QSL Card per l´amico Alexander e non solo eravamo portati a
visitare tutte le installazioni, ma riuscivamo a dare anche un saluto in diretta a tutti gli ascoltatori, locali e Dxer sparsi per
il mondo. Davvero un bel momento !!! Seconda meta un'emittente commerciale attiva unicamente in FM, Radio Sierra
Dourada 99.5 MHz. Non si andava oltre la reception ma si usciva con un paio di adesivi, mai visti prima. Si proseguiva con
l´unica sede di due emittenti commerciali, Interativa FM 94,9 MHz e Positiva FM 98,9 MHz. Niente visita ma un paio di
adesivi di entrambe erano il nostro bottino. Si andava quindi a Radio Jornal de Goias 820 kHz ma per la prima volta nel
corso della giornata restavamo a mani vuote. Era giunto il momento di un'altra importante emittente Brasiliana
sintonizzabile sulle onde corte, Radio Daqui attiva su 1230, 4915, 6080 e 11830 kHz. La frequenza di 11830 è quella più
facile da sintonizzare sulle onde corte già dalle 21-22 UTC. La emittente arriva a volte anche nella banda dei 60 metri su
4915 kHz ma generalmente quella che domina tale frequenza è un'altra stazione Brasiliana operante in isofrequenza, Radio
Difusora da Macapà. Negli stessi locali hanno sede anche CBN 97.1 MHz e la musicale Executiva FM 92,7 MHz. Eravamo
ricevuti di Miki Vinnicius il quale per circa un´ora si intratteneva con noi presentandoci al Direttore Generale delle
emittenti, con cui discutavamo della situazione dell´onda corta Brasiliana, ormai ridotta al lumicino rispetto al periodo
d´oro degli anni ´70 e dello strano fatto che la loro frequenza dei 60 metri sia occupata da un´altra emittente sempre
brasiliana, ma come ci spiegava l´assegnazione delle frequenze é fatta dal governo federale e nulla possono loro farci pur
ben sapendo di questa problematica. La installazioni sono davvero modernissime e all´avanguarda ( si tratta del gruppo
Jaime Camara, uno dei piú importanti gruppi editoriali Brasiliani, proprietario anche del quotidiano popolare
Daqui(quotidiano tipo METRO) da cui l´emittente, la mitica ex Radio CBN Anhanguera, ha preso il nome 4 anni fá ) e
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sono in via di rifacimento per migliorarne ancor piú la funzionalitá. Al momento del congedo vari materiali si
aggiungevano a quelli giá contenuti del mio borsone. Insomma due erano le emittenti di Goiania che volevamo davvero
visitare e con tutte e due il successo é stato completo!!!! Si andava quindi in pieno centro per una visita alla commerciale
Radio Terra FM 104.3 MHz. Anche li nuovi adesivi, visita allo studio e saluto in diretta da parte del dj in quel momento in
onda. Si chiudeva con Mix FM, lo studio locale della rete di musica pop e rock internazionale che da poco ha acquistato e
chiuso la locale Radio Demais sui 102,1 MHz. Insomma tutto come in Italia. I loro adesivi erano gli ultimi raccolti in
Goiania. Si era fatto ormai il tempo di tornare alla stazione degli autobus per ripartire con un bus ESECUTIVO EXPRESS,
alle 19, alla volta di Brasilia ove arrivavamo alle 22 chiudendo in bellezza quest´altra storica giornata.
Mercoledì 14 Agosto ancora in aereo TAM, stavolta senza sciopero selvaggio. Alle 12.13 si partiva da Brasilia e alle 13.55
eravamo in Belo Horizonte l'ultima città che avremmo visitato durante questo indimenticabile viaggio.
Seguiranno i dettagli appena possibile....BOA NOITE ! Tudo Bem Tudo Bom !
Otávio Augusto de Mello
Video da ARRL
Colegas, procuro um video da ARRL (ARRL Amateur Radio Todar), narrado pelo KB2GSD, Walter Cronkite, mas que tem
legenda em português. Lembro que um colega ou clube tinha postado isso numa lista. Caso algum outro colega tenha
algum outro video sobre radioamadorismo em ações de emergência, por favor informe.
Otavio Augusto de Mello - PU9AMO / PX9D5831 / PT9005SWL
GPD - Grupo de Prevenção a Desastres - IRESC Member
OIDETAM Member 12-BRA-O1-OTAVIO - Campo Grande/MS – Brasil
SKYPE:otavio.mello
http://otaviomello.wordpress.com/ http://www.emergenciaonline.com https://www.facebook.com/emergencia.online
Jose Elias Diaz Gomez
Solicitud
Saludos cordiales amigos. Me gustaría saber si algún colega diexista posee en su colección de wrth algún ejemplar del año
1970 y 1980 para que me haga el favor y me copie la lista de emisoras venezolanas en esos años y me las haga llegar por
aquí mismo. O si hay algún lugar en internet donde pueda consultarlo. Desde ya muy agradecido.
Atte: José Elías
Arnaldo Slaen
Noticias
Visita a LRA58 Radio Nacional Rio Mayo. Nuestro colaborador habitual Alejandro Alvarez visito a esta emisora
patagonica en el mes de febrero y nos cuenta sus experiencias.
ARGENTINA: 90,9 FM Mercado ya tiene autorización para transmitir. El viernes 2 de agosto la FM Mercado 90.9 dio el
puntapié inicial en el dial.
Especial para Arnaldo LU13 años idos ( 1963 TC). Advierto que se trata de la publicidad de un auto de competicion
de alguna categoria regional o nacional. En este caso seria alguno de los que uso Carlos "Tim" Pairetti. Gracias de nuevo
por compartirla!
La Voz de Rusia gana premio por radiodifusión en idioma chino. La compañia radial La Voz de Rusia fue galardonada
por tercera vez con el premio de la Red Mundial de Emisoras Radiales que realizan la radiodifusi ֳ◌³n en idioma chino.
Finalizó la Conferencia de Radio Asia 2013. En la ultima jornada, los delegados compartieron experiencias en la
organizacion exitosa de los programas de debate en la radio y las medidas para construir un programa atractivo.
España decide dejar de emitir “Buenos días Afganistan”. El Ministerio de Defensa español anunció que se
despide de sus oyentes del programa radiofónico “Buenos días, Afganistán”, que emitían desde hace siete años los
militares españoles destinados en la base de Rui González Clavijo a través de dos radios locales de la ciudad afgana de Qala
i Naw.
Se instalarán radios educativas en la provincia de Jujuy. El responsable del Proyecto Federal de Radios
Socioeducativas, Daniel Calabrese, anunci ֳ◌³ que mediante un convenio con la Comisi ֳ◌³n Nacional de Comunicaciones
(CNC) y la Autoridad Federal de Servicios de Comunicaci ֳ◌³n Audiovisual (Afsca), se instalar ֳ◌¡n las radios en las sedes de
los Institutos de Educaci ֳ◌³n Superior de las localidades de Humahuaca, Tumbaya y La Quiaca.
Visita a LRA56 Radio Nacional Perito Moreno.
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Cambio de frecuencia de emisora de onda media. Muy buen dia!!!. Ayer les informaba sobre la captaci ֳ◌³n de una
emisora del AMBA en la frecuencia de 940 khz. Se trata de Radio Excelsior, que transmite desde Monte Grande, Partido de
Esteban Echeverria y que operaba hasta hace poco en 1160 khz.
CHILE: La comuna de La Higuera inauguró emisora de radio. La radioemisora comenzo a emitir su señal al aire
hace unos dias y en su programacion incluye informacion, musica y cultura.
Visita a LRA55 Radio Nacional Alto Rio Senguer. Alto Rio Senguer esta localizada sobre la margen norte del curso
superior del rio homonimo, a la vera de la Ruta Nacional Nº 40 en el oeste de la provincia patagonica de Chubut.
Esta y mas noticias en: http://gruporadioescuchaargentino.wordpress.com/
Dino Bloise
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Glenn Hauser
Logs August 15-16, 2013
** BANGLADESH [and non]. 15505, August 16 at 1354, JBA tone from BB; 1359 JBA IS, seems past 1400 and too weak to
make out any timesignal. I am lucky to get this much, as MUF at 1220 was only 13 MHz with the 13 & 15 MHz bands dead,
except for a bit o` Birmingham on 15610; and by 1400 there are only a few signals. No Sarawak [non] to be heard before
1230 on 15420, nor any Turkey [q.v.] before 1320 on 15450 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CANADA. 6160v, August 16 at 0058, fair signal in English, 0059 ``CBC News is next``. Certainly CKZN at this hour
before CKZU would be propagating, and CUBA 6165 hasn`t come on quite yet; but it is on and splashing by 0105 when
CKZN probably aired local weather.
6160 was of especial interest, since we had just received word from Dan Say (and later from Ricky Leong; also Dan Sys via
Andy Reid), of a CRTC announcement that an application from CBC to close down several rebroadcasting transmitters
(LPRTs) also mentioning CKZU Vancouver, had been granted August 15!
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2013/2013-410.htm
or: http://crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2013/2013-410.htm
Would this be effective immediately? Please check, I requested.
Walt Salmaniw, Victoria BC, replied: ``Well, I'm listening to them right now on 6160 // 690 CBU, 0308 UT`` August 16.
I, gh, checked again at 1209, when CKZU would be propagating rather than CKZN, and found only a JBA carrier on 6160,
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something else?
Walt replies again: ``Very poorly heard this morning at 1417 // 690. Perhaps very low power, or propagation not
allowing`` August 16 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA [and non]. 6000, August 16 at 0536, RHC English on here instead of 6010, as predicted by Arnie Coro,
intentional test (which however did not occur 24 hours earlier as he claimed). Thus re-opens 6010v for a much weaker
station in Spanish, very poor with het at 0537 past 0600, presumably LV de tu Conciencia, COLOMBIA rather than Radio
Mil. Mostly music past 0600, never heard ID. Now it only has splash and overload from 6000, rather than being directly
obliterated (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA [and non]. 1020, August 16 at 1241 UT, KOKP Perry is again off the air, audiblizing weak Spanish music,
no doubt KMMQ Nebraska still skywaving (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 1120, August 16 at 1240 UT, as usual no signal from KEOR Catoosa/Tulsa/Sperry, which as a daytimer is
entitled to start in August at 1145 UT (September: 1200), just a trace of KMOX. I have yet to discover when KEOR axually
signs on, so I sit in wait for it at 1300 --- still nothing. I wait and wait. A few seconds before *1311 carrier finally kicks on,
no announcement heard, but into praise music in Spanish. I suppose the odd time may well vary from day to day until they
get around to it.
FCC shows this is now licensed for 10 kW daytime, 7 kW critical hours (whatever that means in this case, presumably
depending on KMOX), but it sure doesn`t sound any stronger than when it was originally 2 kW. Official sunset times: 0115
UT in August, 0030 in September. Slogan Radio Victoria not reheard lately, but presumably still applies (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU [and non]. 5980, August 16 at 0056, R. Chaski the best heard in a long time, not a struggle to get a carrier, but
axual audio with talk; despite splash from 5990 CRI/CUBA and this went off earlier than usual by 0058. Unfortunately,
Urubamba was playing music thru hourtop, and no announcement before cutoff at 0101:31.5*, no BFO needed. If they had
said anything, I could have copied it easily. I did not check the past two nights! So this is 16 seconds later than three nights
ago, = sticking to the average at about five and a third seconds later per 24 hours.
Conditions were also improved on 60m, with numerous carriers and some audio on the typical Bolivian, Peruvian,
Ecuadorian, Brazilian frequencies. Bolivia 5952+ however was missing at 0104, while 6135- still had a good signal (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOUTH CAROLINA [non]. 9930, August 16 at 1217, Vietnamese is atop BS from WTWW-2; and BS from WWCR-4 on
9980 is also very poor, as the band has not yet opened up over the short 1-megameter path from mid-Tennessee. (But it
has by a semihour later). 9930 is T8WH with a rare non-English clandestine slot, Quê Me Radio, instead of gospel huxters;
what luck! See VIETNAM [non].
At 1358 I endure enough BS to time the delay between 9930 and 9980: WWCR is 18 seconds behind WTWW (Glenn
Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** TURKEY. Re VOT replacing its interval signal: This is the latest one which has now apparently been retired, recorded in
Dec 2011, and presumably to be refiled as ``vintage``:
http://www.intervalsignals.net/files/tur-trt_vo_turkey_foreign_151211.m3u
Here is a previous 2004 version, unfortunately hummy and only thrice:
http://www.intervalsignals.net/files/tur-z-trt_vo_turkey_foreign_010104.m3u
But that archive apparently missed the one just before the Dec 2011 version, which had all the subtle variations on the
same tune! Tho I have not explored all the `domestic` clips which might duplicate it, unlikely.
But we have it preserved,
http://www.w4uvh.net/votis1.mp3
recorded off web in 2006y, 15 variations running over 4 minutes. Listen carefully for the different flourishes and tempi. I
find it remarkable that some log editors habitually delete my audio linx despite my trouble and desire to share them
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1682 monitoring: confirmed VG on WTWW-1 9479, Thursday August 15 from 2100.5. Also
confirmed on WWRB 5050 and webcast, UT Friday August 16 at 0328.5 after Dave stops the preacher at 0328 asking us to
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stand by for gh`s WOR.
Next: UT Saturday 0200v on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB; Saturday 0630 & 1430 on HLR 7265-CUSB (would
European listeners please reconfirm??); Saturday 1500 on WRMI 9955; UT Sunday 0400.5 on WTWW-1 5830. Maybe
also on WTWW-2 9930, Sat and/or Sun 2329v unless we have now been Overcome (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
DIGEST)
** VIETNAM [non]. 9930, August 16 at 1217, I am hearing Vietnamese which is axually atop Brother Scare from cochannel WTWW. He starts at 1200, but daytime propagation has not yet kicked in for super-signal over the 1-megameter
path; see USA. Looking this up in Aoki, I have really lucked into the sôle weekly semihour broadcast of Quê Me Radio, a
pro-democracy clandestine, Fridays only 1200-1230, 100 kW, 318 degrees from PALAU. The T8WH transmission from
0800 to 1400 daily is almost all gospel-huxtering in English except for this, and one hour weekly of Japanese, but which is
also gospel-huxtering, Saturdays at 08-09. The six hours daily on 9930 are entirely on 318 degrees, which misses both
Vietnam and Japan, instead right across China, entering around Swatow, but close enough? Per WRTH, Quê Me is based
in France, website http://queme.net (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
Dario & Roberto
Travel Brazil 2013: 16 Agosto Visita alle emisoras di Belo Horizonte
Ciao alla lista !
Nonostante oggi é venerdi 16 Agosto e qui a Belo Horizonte molte attivitá in cittá risultano chiuse, dato che anche in
Brasile sanno fare i ponti festivi, ed il 15 Agosto ieri era la festa della SS Madonna, abbiamo voluto egualmente visitare le
emissoras, ne abbiamo viste 15 ! Poi pubblicheró il reportage di Roberto e poi quello definitivo nelle prossime settimane.
Alle 0900 affittavamo un Taxi condotto da Luqque ottimo taxista, ed l´unico BUCO era all´inizio con Radio Inconfidencia
che era CHIUSA al PUBBLICO per il Ponte della SS Madonna....
Giornata fresca e ventilata al mattino, 15 gradi, soleggiata.
Ora siamo nell´open space internet dell´aereoporto di Belo Horizonte,
che funziona bene, l´aereoporto é tutto in lavorazione per la Coppa del Mondo di Calcio del 2014 ed anche molte strade e
vie di comunicazione sono in via di sistemazione....comunque la gornata semi festiva ci favoriva e non eravamo coinvolti in
mega intasamenti come il giorno 14 Agosto, al nostro arrivo....1 ora e 30 minuti dall´aereoporto all´hotel Mercure Minais
Centro....
Stasera saremo nuovamente a Rio de Janeiro.... per una ultima notte a Rio Copacabana..
Dario & Roberto
Viaggio Brasil Trav El 2013 Belo Horizonte Di Roberto Pavanello
Ciao a tutta la lista !
ecco il report finale di Roberto buona lettura !
Mercoledì 14 ancora in aereo. Alle 12.13 si partiva da Brasilia e alle 13.15 eravamo in Belo Horizonte l' ultima città che
avremmo visitato durante questo indimenticabile viaggio. Anche in Brasile, paese ancora ufficialmente cattolico
nonostante la varie Deus é Amor, il 15 agosto, Assunzione di Maria, é festivo percui dedicavamo la giornata ad un po´ di
relax ed era venerdi 16, quando visitavamo le emittenti cittadine. Iniziavamo da Radio Inconfidencia, lnota stazione anche
sulle onde corte, quella che pressoché tutte le sere si fa´ascoltare su 15191 KHz, non appena Radio Pilipinas termina la sua
programmazione. Oltre che sulla banda dei 19 metri Radio Inconfidencia attiva anche la frequenza di 6010 KHz nella
banda dei 49 metri ( ascolto ben piú difficile a realizzarsi ) e per Belo Horizonte gli 880 KHz dell´onda media e i 100.9
MHz dell´FM. La programmazione é sempre piacevole ad ascoltarsi, un mix di musica, calcio e notizie. Appena arrivati le
cose sembravano mettersi sul tragico il receptionista, alla nostra richiesta di poter parlare con qualcuno in quanto loro
ascoltatori italiani, ci spiegava che che anche i brasiliani pontificano le feste e che nessuno ci sarebbe stato fino a
lunedi!!!!!! Timorosi che cosi fosse dapperttutto, proseguivamo verso la nostra seconda meta l´altra stazione di Belo
Horizonte ascoltabile in Italia sull´onda corta di 5970 KHz, Radio Itaiaia. Per fortuna il receptionista ci rassicurava subito,
il personale lavorava e se avessimo asprettato un 10-15 minuti qualcuno sarebbe venuto a prenderci per farci visitare gli
studi. Cosi avveniva ed avevamo modo di vedere un´emittente veramente all´avanguardia con studio spaziosi e
modernissimi e ben lieta di continuare ad operare anche sulle onde corte. Ricordo che in Italia non é proprio un ascolto di
tutte le notti, ma qualche volta verso le 23 UTC riesce a farci giungere i suoi segnali, normalmente nei week-end, costituiti
da trasmissioni di partite di calcio. Naturalmente é attiva anche in onda media e FM, rispettivamente su 610 KHz e 95,7
MHz. Alcuni souvenirs fra cuianche adesivi ci venivano al termine della visita consegnati per nostra somma gioia da questa
stazione la quale ha anche il grande merito di essere un´ottima verificatrice dei rapporti d´ascolto corretti con una
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cartolina QSL raffigurante la sala trasmettitori. Si proseguiva per l´ennesima casetta di Transamerica, in Belo Horizonte
su 88,7 MHz. Ennessima casetta, ennessimi adesivi alla reception, ennesima gentile receptionista che immediatamente ce
ne consegnava. Grazie Transamerica sei l´unica da cui non siamo mai usciti a mani vuote. Nelle vicinanze ha sede Radio
Guarani emittente commerciale legata a un teatro attiva sull´onda media di 1190 KHz e 96,5 MHz. Ache li gentilissimi e
quindi visita agli studi e nuovi materiali nel borsone. A mani nude restavamo a Radio Ataiala, emittente religiosa operante
su 950 KHz. Giá il portiere delle stabile ci diceva che in radio non c´era nessuno e che di adesivi li non ne aveva mai visti.
Si rialzva il livello a 107 FM, stazione musica-religiosa operante su 107,5 MHz. Nuovi adesivi e fotografia del loro bel logo.
Si proseguiva con un altra commerciale della banda FM 98 FM attiva su 98,3 MHz. Non si andava alla reception i quello
che sembrava un bunker blindato ma un paio di nuovi adesivi venivano anche li raccolti. Era la volta della Rede Globo che
in Belo Horizonte attiva Radio Globo Minas su 1150 KHz, BH FM su 102,1 MHz e CBN su 106,1 MHz. Benché indossasivo
regolari pantaloni non riuscivamo ad andare oltre la reception ma un paio di adesivi ci venivano offerti anche da Rede
Globo. Cosi come un paio di adesivi ci erano offerti dalla sede locale di Antena 1 in Belo Horizonte su 105,1 MHz. Nulla ci
offriva invece Alvorada FM, ennesima commerciale operante su 94,9 MHz. Tutti in vacanza, salvo i gorilla all´ingresso alla
sede del Grupo Bendeirantes attivo in Belo Horizonte su 89,5 MHz con Band News, 94,1 MHz con Esportes FM e su 103,9
MHz con Ntiva FM ( ma se in Belo Horizonte Nativa FM é con Bandeirantes ed in Rio con Tupí significa che la Radio Tupí
di Rio é di Bandeirantes ????? Boh!!!! ). Nel proseguio del nostro cammino ripassavamo davanti ad Inconfidencia e Dario
si ricordava che prima avevamo chiesto di visitare l´emittente ma non se avevano adesivi, percui facevamo un tentativo,
tentativo che era coronato da successo!!!! Alcuni loro adesivi erano a disposizione del receptionista che molto gentilmente
ce ne faceva dono. Grazie. Un altro paio di adesivi veniva raccolto all sede locale di Jovem Pan 99.1 MHz e si chiudeva in
bellezza nell´unica sede di Fá FM 91,7 MHz e Radio Libertade 92,9 MHz, due modernissime stazioni commerciali ove
quando dicevamo che eravamo italiani in visita alle emittenti brasiliani ci aprivano tutte le porte mostrandoci studi,
presentandoci ai dj in onda, facendoci varie fotografie e soprattutto omaggiandoci di un po´di adesivi. Si era iniziato bene
con Transamerica in Rio e finito ancor meglio con Fá FM e Radio Libertade in Belo Horizonte !!! Erano queste le ultime
due emittenti dl nostro viaggio. Subito dopo ci trasferivamo all' aeroporto per partire alle ore 18.26 alla volta di Rio de
Janeiro
Rodolfo Tizzi
Escuchas
PWZ33 Rio de Janeiro, 8582 kHz, 11AGO, Los habituales boletines en PACTOR de PWZ33, estacion de la Marina de
Brasil por 8582 kHz escuchados en Montevideo, Uruguay a las 1941 UTC: http://youtu.be/afQyDC58j2A
Radio Aparecida, 9630 khz, 15AGO, Hace ya bastantes semanas que el audio de Radio Aparecida en 9630 kHz ya no se
escucha. Grabado hace unos momentos, a las 1748 UTC en Montevideo, Uruguay: http://youtu.be/F6gFazIETjU
Varias cosas interesantes escuchadas anoche en Onda Media con el 7600D.
LV18 Radio Municipal de San Rafael (Mendoza, Argentina), 830 kHz: http://youtu.be/EJCmsV7gwiQ
(tentativo) ZYK761 Radio Paulista (Sao Paulo, Brasil), 560 kHz: http://youtu.be/ZVWlLRvZoss
FIRS, Port Stanley (Falklands/Malvinas), 530 kHz: http://youtu.be/M-lApZMDkeA
La historia completa en esta entrada de mi blog: http://cx2abp.blogspot.com/2013/08/volviendo-al-sony-icf-7600d.html
Rodolfo Tizzi [email protected] http://cx2abp.blogspot.com/
Claudio Galaz
Escuchas
** ARGENTINA
680. R. NIHUIL. 12/08 0354 UT. Programa con folklor. Señal con SINFO: 33333 con fading permanente y a veces
profundo que permite la interrupción de otra emisora sin ID.
800. R. ATUEL. 12/08 0818 UT. Identificación como R. del Plata en los avisos. Señal con fading permanente, pero
suave.
640 LU18 R.EL VALLE. 15/08 0734 UT. Vía Río Negro. Lectura de titulares de diario e identificación de R. Mitre. Señal
con periodos de fading largos y SINFO: 43323
1130 R.N DE SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO 15/08 0811 UT. Programa “Al despertar” con Sonia Ferraris, con la entrevista
a un músico uruguayo. Señal con fading profundos, pero no muy largos, sin interrupciones y con SINFO: 44333
1630 AM AMERICA. 15/08 0717 UT. Vía San José, Entre Ríos. Avisos de la emisora Cadena 3 y música en español.
Señal con fading y SINFO: 33333 sin interrupción de R. La Plata.
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** BOLIVIA.
3310, R. Mosoj Chaski. 18/08 0126 UT. Música instrumental, con baja señal, aunque con picks que pueden hacer
escuchable la transmisión. Además se puede identificar una mujer que habla en quechua.
4700. R.SAN MIGUEL. 18/08 0115 UT. Transmisión de cumbias en español, sin ID. Señal un entre débil y aceptable,
aunque como máximo un SINPO: 34333
5952.53 R.PIO XII 18/08 0157 UT. Transmisión de un festival folclórico con música serrana en español, quechua y
aymara, especialmente temas de Dina Paucar y otros artistas, además de anuncios de locutores en quechua hasta las 0230
UT cuando sale del aire con datos de la emisora. Señal con SINPO: 44444
6155 R.FIDES. 18/08 0020 UT. Mujer da id de la emisora, además de música pop en inglés. Señal con leves
interferencias de otra emisora no identificada, aunque permite escuchar de buena forma a FIDES con SINPO: 43343
6134.8 R. SANTA CRUZ 19/08 0423 UT. Cumbias en español, y con ID a las 0429. Señal con algo de obremodulación,
pero no demasiada y con poco QRN con SINPO: 54444
** BRAZIL
940 SUPER REDE BOA VONTADE. 15/08 0700 UT. Vía Río de Janeiro. Avisos de oración por los oyentes y rezo de la
oración de San Francisco en portugués. Señal con mucho fading y SINFO: 43333.
** CHILE
620 R.NORTE VERDE 12/08 0312 UT. Vía Ovalle. Transmisión de espacio romántico. Señal con SINFO: 53454 y por
sobre LV4 de San Rafael, Argentina.
1480 R.COMUNICATIVA. 12/08 0209 UT. Vía Ovalle. Retransmisión del programa “Misterios del Hombre” sobre la
sanación del cáncer y el Nuevo Orden Mundial. Señal con un poco de ruido y con SINFO: 54555
1510. UNID. 12/08 0413 UT. Programación de la radio cooperativa, con ID, pero no existe registro de la red de
Cooperativa, con aquella frecuencia. Señal con un poco de fading, y poca interrupción de Poder Pentecostal de Rancagua,
la que pasó a ser un mero murmullo.
1540 R.CORPORACION. 15/08 0641 UT. Vía Chillan. Predicación del pastor Fernando Chaparro desde la R.
Corporación de Santiago como parte del programa “buscando la oveja perdida”. Señal con fading, y mucho QRN, con
SINFO: 43333
** CHINA
5990 CRI. 18/08 0031 UT. Vía La Habana. Comienzo del programa “Onda China” y con aviso de la casilla electrónica
para elegir una canción preferida. Señal con SINPO: 55555 sin QRM de los espurios de RNA// 15120 con SINPO: 44444 y
vía Kashi-Saibagh 2022 en 9590 con SINPO: 54554 y 9800 con SINPO: 54444
** CUBA
7365 R.MARTI 19/08 2240 UT. Programa “Interferencia” con presentación de música de moda en los Estados Unidos y
el micro espacio “Zona Metálica”. Señal con Cuban Noise Jammer, aunque con SINPO: 54344 // 6030 con QRN de la
banda más el Cuban Noise Jammer con SINPO: 53343
** ECUADOR
6050 HCJB. 18/08 0315 UT. Programa “Conexión 3:16” con temáticas misioneras, de evangelización y promoción de la
página web de Alas.org, junto a pequeños espacios musicales. Señal con SINPO: 44444 y con leve siseo de 6055, aunque de
manera intermitente.
6030 HCJB 19/08 0343 UT. Programa “Foro Latinoamericano” con el tema de las Galapagos y otros destinos turísticos
de Ecuador, acompañado por pequeños espacios musicales. Señal con QRN, pero no demasiado con SINPO: 54444
** NORTH KOREA
PBS Pyongyang Pansong 18/08 1145 UT. Canciones patrióticas. Señal con SINPO: 44444
** PARAGUAY
780 R. PRIMERO DE MAYO 15/08. 0654 UT. Hombre nombra a todos los ministros y secretarios de Paraguay, así de
otras noticias administrativas con SINFO: 43333
1080. R. MONUMENTAL 15/08 0801 UT. Música de chamamé y polkas paraguayas con avisos de Asunción en español
y guaraní. Señal con poco fading y poco profundo, pero si un poco constante con SINFO: 44434
** PERU
730 RRP. 12/08 0420 UT. Noticias sobre los incisos de clases en el área metropolitana de Lima. Señal fuerte con SINFO:
43343 por sobre RN de Catamarca que se escucha como un leve murmullo, identificable cuando RRP entra en fading, e
incluso ambas están por sobre Cooperativa de Valparaíso y no hay señas de BBN de Buenos Aires.
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1010 R.CIELO. 15/08 0749 UT. Música de flauta dulce y guitarra, acompañados de relatos indigenistas presentados
como si fuera un noticiero. Señal con fading poco profundo pero permanente con SINFO: 44434
4835, R. ONDAS DEL SURORIENTE 18/08 0109 UT. Música serrana en español. Señal con SINPO: 44444
4955 R.CULTURAL AMAUTA. 18/08 00:40 UT. Locutor habla sobre algunas reuniones, a las que se refiere en español
y luego en quechua. Posteriormente, da música y avisos en aquel idioma, algunos como “Cosas de niños, locuras de
Padres” realizado por HCJB de Ecuador. La señal con SINPO: 44444
5980 R.CHASKI. 18/08 00:58 UT. Final del programa “los grandes temas” producido por RTM Uruguay. A las 01 UT se
da ID la emisora, que sale del aire, al parecer a las 0102 UT, pero no es posible identificar esto, debido a los espurios de
RAE/RNA.
5980 R.CHASKI. 18/08 1159 UT. Id de R.R.Integridad con hora incluida, además de himnos instrumentales, los que son
interrumpudos a las 1203, con programación en idioma quechua y música en el mismo idioma, el locutor cita el evangelio
de Juan 14:6. Señal sin interrupciones, aunque con audio un poco sobremodulado con SINPO: 54444
6173.9 R. TAWANTINSUYO 18/08 02:41 UT. Música serrana y andina con SINPO: 44444 con sobremodulación hasta
las 02:58 UT, en donde es interrumpida por el comienzo de la Voz de Vietnam, aunque con la ID de WHRI: himno
instrumental “Firmes y adelante”
5980 R.CHASKI. 19/08 0034 UT. Programa “los grandes temas” sobre el lenguaje del cristiano, con base en las cartas
del apóstol Pablo, por parte de Salvador Dellutri, producido por Radio Transmundial de Uruguay. Id de R.R. Integridad
hasta las 0101, en que sale del aire. Señal con tendencia a la sobremodulación, no obstante es entendible con SINPO:
54454
** SPAIN
11910 REE. 18/08 1237 UT. Programa “Amigos de la Onda Corta” hablando acerca del tema de las antenas telescópicas y
aviso del libro “Una nueva esperanza” referido al esperanto del autor Miguel Angel Rocha, quien además dedica de forma
personalizada el libro a la estación. Señal fuerte con SINPO: 54454 sin sobremodulación // Vía Noblejas en 21610 con
SINPO: 24444; sin embargo en 5970, 11815, 21515 no se escuchan.
** VATICAN
Radio Vaticano, 19/08 0154 UT. Comienzo de portadora, aunque la transmisión comienza a las 02 UT en punto, con
saludo de la redacción y lectura de titulares sobre la Iglesia Católica, así del comentario papal al evangelio del domingo.
Señal sin ruido, ni interferencias con SINPO: 55555
Claudio Galaz (Rx: Tecsun PL-660 - Antena: 5 metros de alambre de cobre.)
QTH: Poblado de Barraza Bajo, Comuna de Ovalle, IV Región
José Ronaldo Xavier
Escuchas
Escuchas de la Semana: 04-10 de Agosto de 2013.
Freq. Data UTC ITU Emissora,Localidade,Idioma,Detalhes,SINPO,OM.(CMs)
09605 04/08 0100 KOR KBS World Radio,Seul,relay Cypress Creek,SC,USA,SS,Id,Noticiário,45443,JRX.
09710 04/08 0000 CHN CRI,Beijing,relay Kashgar,CHN,PP,IS,Id,freqs.,Noticiário,45444,JRX.
11620 05/08 1100 CHN CRI,Beijing,relay Xian,CHN,JJ,IS,Id,OM:talks nxs,45433,JRX.
11780 05/08 1046 B
R.Nac.da Amazônia,Brasília,DF,PP,nxs,45433,JRX.
11935 04/08 0012 PHL R.Veritas Asia,relay Palauig,PHL,KA,YL:talks,mx,35432,JRX.
12105 04/08 0036 USA WTWW,Lebanon,TN,SS,em. rlg,OM: leitura Apocalipse,cap.18,35443,JRX.
15300 10/08 2125 ROU RRI,,relay Tiganesti,SS,Id,px "Horizonte Cultural Rumano",45444,JRX.
15435 04/08 0024 PHL FEBC,Manila,relay Bocaue,PHL,SHAN,OM:talks,35432,JRX.
17540 10/08 2130 J
R.Japão.relay Cypress Creek,SC,USA,IS,PP,Id,Addrs,"Manchetes do Noticiário",45443,JRX.
Amigos de la ADU. Escuchas de la semana pasada. 73´, José Ronaldo Xavier
Escuchas de la Semana:11-17 de Agosto de 2013.
Freq. Data UTC ITU Emissora,Localidade,Idioma,Detalhes,SINPO,OM.(CMs)
03320 15/08 0229 AFS R.Sonder Grense,Johannesburg,Afrikans,px musical,Id,Anns,35443,JRX.
09410 15/08 2205 CHN CRI,Beijing,via Kashgar,PP,Id,Noticiário,45444,JRX.
06875 16/08 0028 USA WWCR,Nashville,TN,EE,OM/YL:coms abt Bíblia,Id,Addrs,35443,JRX
07315 16/08 0049 USA WHRI,Furman,SC,EE,OM:pregação bíblica,Id,freq,45443,JRX.
09590 15/08 2311 CHN CRI,Beijing, via Kashgar,SS,px "Destino Mundo",45443,JRX.
09605 15/08 0135 KOR KBS,Seul,via Furman,SC,USA,SS,Id,Addr,px 'Corea a Diario",45444,JRX.
09955 15/08 0203 CZE R.Praga,Praga,via WRMI,USA,SS, Notícias,Id,35432,JRX.
11620 15/08 0146 IND AIR,via Bangalore,Hindi,OM/YL:talks abt India Independence Day,Id,35432,JRX.
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R.Vaticano,rel.S.M. di Galeria,CVA,PP,Id, nxs com Dulce Araujo,35443,JRX.
RHC,Havana,PP,Id,Serviço de Nxs,45444,JRX.
HCJB Global,via Nauen,D,PP,Id,Em rlg,px musical,45444,JRX.
RRI,Bucareste,via Tiganesti,SS,Id,Addrs, Deportes,45443,JRX.
R.Católica Mundial,via Vandiver,AL,SS,música cristã,Id,45443,JRX.
VOR,Moscou,via Gavar,ARM,SS,px "Rincón Diexista",Id,45444,JRX.
CRI,Beijing,via Xi´an,RU,IS,Id,OM:talks nxs,55444,JRX.
V.da Coreia,Pyongyang,via Kujang,SS,nxs,cm político,35432,JRX.
R.Pilipinas,Manila,via Tinang,TAG,OM:talks,Id,35443,JRX.
R.Cairo,via Abu Zaabal,PP,nxs,cms,45432,JRX.
R.Japão,Tóquio,via Furman,SC,USA,PP,Id,px "Em Foco",45444,JRX.
REE,Madrid,via Noblejas,AA,YL:talks em árabe,45444,JRX.
Estranho sinal como uma sirene; som rápido e agudo;no talks,45433,JRX.
Radioescucha: José Ronaldo Xavier (JRX) - Receptor: Tecsun S-200, Antena: Degen DE31A
Local de la Escucha: Cabedelo-Paraíba-Brasil E-mail: [email protected]
Ernesto Paulero
Escuchas
Radio Chaná, 12AGO, en 5980 KHz ahora UTC 1920 emisión de música y publicidades de Tacuarembó Uruguay
Radio Chaná, 19AGO, Muy buena señal y ahora que le saco el ruido con el sint de antena 5688 KHz UTC 20:52
LRA 36, 15AGO, casi cómo una emisora local, hasta las 19:30 UTC . ahora 19:40 UTC apareció bastante QRM
pero se escucha bien igual.
RRI, 18AGO, Excelente como está llegando por los 15300 KHz casi como emisora local en 17745 KHz tambien llega bien
pero ahí con algo de ruido UTC 21:35
Radio Habana Cuba, 18AGO, hace mas de una hora que la estoy escuchando en 5040 KHz muy buena señal,
mantenida, 44444 prog En Contacto, En Compañia del Doctor, Serv Noticias ETC.
L3A Prefect.Naval Argentina, 19AGO, en 4134 KHZ USB
Radio Shiokaze, 20AGO, en 5910 KHz en Koreano buena señal, muy fuerte , por momentos hay ruidos pero por
momentos se escucha bien limpia UTC 20:25
La Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán, 21AGO, hace unos dos o tres años , no recuerdo bien la fecha ,
tendría que ver si encuentro algún correo electrónico, La Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán anunció que a los
oyentes que mandaran informes de recepción regularmente , los numeraran dado que apilcaban una escala de acuerdo
a la cantidad de informes de recepcion por ejemplo : 10 informes una QSL y así hasta los 500 Informes que para esa
cantidad anunciaban una artesanía valiosa, bueno el tema es que a partir de los 410 mas o menos informes de recepción
nunca mas recibí respuesta, aunque cada tanto mandan algún mail con publicaciones o encuestas pero si uno les responde
con el reclamo no contestan, no sé si alguien se acuerda de esa promesa que hicieron ellos y si alguien tuviera el mensaje
sería buenísimo Gracias y espero que a nadie más le pase lo mismo da mucha bronca.
Álex Robert
Escuchas
Qsl's recebidos recentemente em: http://lex-dx.blogspot.com.br/
*Entre ele um e-qsl da Rádio França Internacional. Fortes 73.
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Anker Petersen
Escuchas
Amigos en Uruguay, aqui son mis eschchas:
ANGOLA
4949.76, R Nacional de Angola, Mulenvos, 2250-2300, Aug 06, Portuguese animated talk, 25222. (Petersen)
BOLIVIA
6134.83, R Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, 2340-0020, Aug 06 and 09, Spanish talks and Andean orchestra
music, 34233. (Petersen)
BRAZIL
4824.95, R Canção Nova, Cachoeira Paulista, SP, 0125-0135, Aug 09, Portuguese religious hymns, 15221. (Petersen)
4925.22, R Educação Rural, Tefé, AM, 0135-0145, Aug 09, Portuguese ann, music, 15221. (Petersen)
5939.87, Voz Missionaria, Camboriú, SC, 2340-2350, Aug 08, man preaching and singing in Portuguese, choir
singing hymn with a simple drum accompaniment, 35233. (Petersen)
6080.05, R Marumby, Curitiba, PR, 0000-0010, Aug 09, Portuguese religious conversation, 25222. (Petersen)
6105.00, R Filadélfia, Foz do Iguaçu, PR, 2335-2345, Aug 06, Portuguese religious talk, 25222. (Petersen)
CANADA
6159.97, CKZN, St. John's, New Foundland, 0020-0035, Aug 09, English talk about science, 33233, QRM AIR on
6155. (Petersen)
CLANDESTINES and other Target Broadcasts
(3960v/4870v), Voice of Iranian Kurdistan, via Salah Al-Din, Iraq, was not audible 0235, Aug 09. (Petersen)
ECUADOR
4781.68, R Oriental, Tena, Napo, 2350-2400, Aug 06, Spanish talk, carrier off at 0003:50*, 25222. (Petersen)
INDIA
4800, AIR Hyderabad, 0035-0040, Aug 09, English news mentioning New Delhi, AIR ID, 35232 // 4920 Chennai.
(Petersen)
4910, AIR Jaipur, 0035-0045, Aug 09, Indian songs, 25222. (Petersen)
4950, R Kashmir, Srinagar, 0040-0050, Aug 09, Kashmiri ann, muslim singing at Eid feast, 25222. (Petersen)
5010, AIR Thiruvananthapuram, 0050-0100, Aug 09, Malayalam ann, Indian singing, talk, 33333, CWQRM.
(Petersen)
INDONESIA
3324.90, RRI Palangkaraya (tent.), 2215-2240 fading out, Aug 06, Bahasa Indonesia (t) ann, music, 23332 with
heterodyne from a station on 3325.00 - maybe NBC Bougainville (13311). (Petersen)
LIBYA
11600.00, R Libya, Sabrata, 1645-1655, Aug 08, Arabic conversation between two women, mentioning Libya, 55444.
MALI
5995.00, R Mali, Kati, Bamako, 2350-2355*, Aug 08, vernacular ann, Afropop, abrupt s/off, 43333, QRM from 5990
and 6000. (Petersen)
PERU
4774.91, R Tarma, Tarma, 0100-0120, Aug 09, Spanish ann, Andean singing, 35222. (Petersen)
5980.02, R Chaski, Urubamba, Cusco, 0005-0020, Aug 07, Spanish talk and music, 24222, QRM splashes from 5990.
6173.93, R Tawuantisuyo, Cusco, 0030-0040, Aug 09, Spanish ann, Andean music, 25222. (Petersen)
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
9955, WRMI, Florida, 0115-0231, Aug 09, Spanish ann and songs, 0200 ID "Ecos del Torbes", special program in
Spanish, ID again and frequencies, mostly talking with very short glimpses of female singing, 0223 song by man, 0230
another Spanish program, 25232 deteriorating to 15211. (Petersen)
Dear DX-friends, Here are my latest loggings from Skovlunde on my AOR and RadioJet.
Propagation on the 60 mb is fascinating: In the late evening you have strong signals from domestic stations in China, later
the Latin Americans fade in and after midnight UTC the AIR regionals sign on. But most stations fade out again after
about one hour, so it has always been a big challenge to DX on the tropical bands at the right times!
3324.90 2215-2240 fading out INS 06.08 RRI Palangkaraya (tent.) Bahasa Indonesia (t) ann, music 23332 with
heterodyne from a station on 3325.00 - maybe NBC Bougainville (13311) AP-DNK
4774.91 0100-0120 PRU 09.08 R Tarma, Tarma Spanish ann, Andean singing 35222 AP-DNK
4780.00 1930-1940 DJI 02.08 R Djibouti, Doraleh Vernacular ann, local songs 35232 AP-DNK
4781.68 2350-2400 EQA 06.08 R Oriental, Tena, Napo Spanish talk, carrier off at 0003:50* 25222 AP-DNK
4800 0035-0040 IND 09.08 AIR Hyderabad English news mentioning New Delhi, AIR ID 35232 // 4920
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Chennai AP-DNK
4824.95 0125-0135 B 09.08 R Cancao Nova, Cachoeira Paulista, SP Portuguese religious hymns 15221 AP-DNK
4910 0035-0045 IND 09.08 AIR Jaipur Indian songs 25222 AP-DNK
4925.22 0135-0145 B 09.08 R Educacao Rural, Tefé, AM Portuguese ann, music 15221 AP-DNK
4949.76 2250-2300 AGL 06.08 R Nacional de Angola, Mulenvos Portuguese animated talk 25222 AP-DNK
4950 0040-0050 IND 09.08 R Kashmir, Srinagar Kashmiri ann, muslim singing at Eid feast 25222 AP-DNK
5010 0050-0100 IND 09.08 AIR Thiruvananthapuram Malayalam ann, Indian singing, talk 33333 CWQRM AP-DNK
5939.87 2340-2350 B 08.08 Voz Missionaria, Camboriú, SC Portuguese man preaching and singing, choir singing hymn
with a simple drum accompaniment 35233 AP-DNK
5980.02 0005-0020 PRU 07.08 R Chaski, Urubamba, Cusco Spanish talk and music 24222 QRM splashes from
5990 AP-DNK
5995.00 2350-2355* MLI 08.08 R Mali, Kati, Bamako Vernacular ann, Afropop, abrupt s/off 43333 QRM from 5990
and 6000 AP-DNK
6080.05 0000-0010 B 09.08 R Marumby, Curitiba, PR Portuguese religious conversation 25222 AP-DNK
6105.00 2335-2345 B 06.08 R Filadélfia, Foz do Iguacu, PR Portuguese religious talk 25222 AP-DNK
6134.83 2340-0020 BOL 06 and 09.08 R Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra Spanish talks and Andean orchestra music
34233 AP-DNK
6159.97 0020-0035 CAN 09.08 CKZN, St. John's, New Foundland English talk about science 33233 QRM AIR on 6155
6173.93 0030-0040 PRU 09.08 R Tawuantisuyo, Cusco Spanish ann, Andean music 25222 AP-DNK
9955 0115-0231 USA 09.08 WRMI, Florida Spanish ann and songs, 0200 ID "Ecos del Torbes", special program in
Spanish, ID and frequencies, mostly talking with very short glimpses of female singing, 0223 song by man,
0230 another Spanish program 25232 deteriorating to 15211 AP-DNK
11600.00 1645-1655 LBY 08.08 R Libya, Sabrata Arabic conversation between two women, mentioning Libya 55444
Best 73, Anker Petersen, Dinamarca
Marcos Cox
Escuchas
Unas escuchas que hice unos dias atras lo que me sorprendio fue escuchar Radio Lipez relativamente bien todos estos dias
cosa que antes no pasaba quizas en la reactivacion subieron potencia en el transmisor u otra Razon.
Escuchas Onda Corta 09 Agosto 2013
4795.9 Radio Lipez (Uyuni, Bolivia), 22:27 UTC. Anuncio Publicitario por un Hombre y una Mujer en
(Probablemente) Quechua, luego Mas Anuncios en los cuales mencionan a Cochabamba y Sucre después
Musica Andina y el Locutor del Programa manda Saludos al Sur Oeste Potosino. La Señal Sufre Ligera
Interferencia de Señal Cercana de CNR 1 en los 4800 Khz, SINPO: 44334
4800 CNR 1 (Geermu, China), 22:45 UTC. Se Escucha un Programa en Mandarin con una Conversacion de Locutor y
Locutora del Programa con un Hombre por Telefono, SINPO: 34333
4815 Radio Difusora Londrina (Londrina, Brasil), 22:55 UTC. Espacio Informativo en Portugues en el cual hablan de las
Operadoras Telefonicas, el Gobierno Federal y tambien Noticias de Agricultura, SINPO: 45444
4955 Radio Cultural Amauta (Huanta, Peru), 23:04 UTC. Anuncios Publicitarios en los que mencionan al Gobierno
regional de Ayacucho, y mas Anuncios de Salud y un programa de Mejoramiento despues Anuncio en Quechua
sobre una Iglesia y una Municipalidad, SINPO: 45444
5025 Radio Quillabamba (Quillabamba, Peru), 23:19 UTC. Mencion de Quillabamba y un Coordinador Regional después
Programa con Oraciones y Rezo de Rosario, SINPO: 45444
5035 Radio Aparecida (Aparecida, Brasil), 23:46 UTC. Mencion en Portugues de Programa de la Radio "Na Aparecida",
despues Locutor da Mensajes Cristianos y habla de la Gracia de Dios, SINPO: 35333
Escuchas Onda Corta 10 Agosto 2013
5980 Radio Chaski (Urubamba, Peru), 00:45 UTC. Mensajes Cristianos para los Oyentes transmitidos por Radio
Integridad. Señal interferida por Ruido de Espurios provocados por RAE Argentina, SINPO: 55455
6060 Radio Habana Cuba (La Habana, Cuba), 00:53 UTC. Programa en el que hablan sobre las Susticiones de
Importaciones por el Ministerio de Agricultura, La Red de salud garantizada por el Estado y Mas, SINPO: 55545
6135 Radio Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz, Bolivia), 01:25 UTC. Anuncio que dice: "Asi llegamos al final de Santa Cruz en la
noche por 6135 Kilociclos" (y otras freq. en AM y FM), despues ID: "Transmite desde Santa Cruz de la Sierra"
despues Anuncios publicitarios en los que mencionan "Con el Apoyo de Radio Santa Cruz" siguen Varias Canciones
de Cumbia despues a las 02:10 UTC dicen: "Ha transcurrido un dia mas. Ha transmitido Radio Santa Cruz por
(Frequencias en AM, FM y OC) despues Cancion de Radio Santa Cruz y termina Programacion a las 02:13 UTC y
apagan Transmisor a las 02:16 UTC. SINPO: 45434
6120 Super Radio Deus e Amor (Sao Paulo, Brasil), 02:18 UTC. Sermon Religioso dicho por un Hombre en Portugues.
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7305
Se Nota interferecia Moderada de Radio Exterior de España en los 6125 Khz, SINPO: 23222
Radio Vaticano (Greenville, Estados Unidos), 02:29 UTC. Programa en Español en el que hablan sobre los
sacramentos de la Iglesia, los detallan y los explican despues pasan una entrevista con un hombre que habla sobre
el Papa Francisco despues termina la Programacion y dicen "Finaliza el Programa Hispanoamericano de Radio
Vaticana" y dan Frequencias para America, Email y mas, SINPO: 45444
Escuchas Onda Corta 14 Agosto 2013
4775 TWR Africa (Manzini, Swazilandia), 04:07 UTC. Musica intercalada con Mujer Hablando en Aleman. Señal
Aceptable y Escuchable Sin Problemas, SINPO: 45444
4825 Radio Cancao Nova (Cachoeira Paulista, Brasil), 04:03 UTC. Anuncios de Programas en Portugues de la Emisora
como Alo Cancao Nova en el que mencionan que lo transmiten a las 7 de la Mañana luego ID de la emisora con
Frequencias en las que transmiten, SINPO: 35333
4835 Radio Ondas del Suroriente (Quillabamba, Peru), 03:18 UTC. Varias canciones en español como "Quiereme tal
como Soy", Comentario de una Mujer sobre la Siguente cancion y le sigue cancion "Honesty" en ingles, y siguen
mas canciones despues Locutor habla sobre la Musica que estan pasando y dice "Vamos a la Musica, Estamos en
Radio Felicidad" Dando cuenta que a esa hora se Retransmitia Radio Felicidad de Lima, Peru.//Se Nota leve
moderada interfencia de WWCR en los 4840 Khz, SINPO: 34333
4930 Voz de America (Moepeng Hill, Botswana), 03:40 UTC. Transmiten segmento noticioso en Ingles en el que hablan
sobre Palestina, Egipto y los seguidores de Mursi y mas Noticias de Africa, SINPO: 35333
5910 NHK Radio Japon (Issoudun, Francia), 04:19 UTC. Programa N°2 de serie de programas en el que hablan sobre la
eliminacion de desechos toxicos en Finlandia y tambien Alemania, tambien mencionan que van a construir un sitio
especial para la eliminacion de Residuos nucleares y tambien Habitantes del pueblo en donde van a construir ese
sitio dan sus opiniones, SINPO: 55545
6050 HCJB Quito (Quito, Ecuador), 03:25 UTC. Termina Programa y Locutor de Programa dice que Oyentes del
Programa los contaces para que envien sus Opiniones sobre el Programa y dan direcciones para que los contacten y
dicen que les escriban y mencionan el Programa "A Traves de la Biblia" y Auspicia "Radio Transmundial" después
Anuncios Publicitarios en los que promocionan los buenos valores y la Literatura Infantil en coolaboracion con
Radio HCJB despues dicen que HCJB ha sido reconocida con distincion como Radio Cristiana luego siguen mas
anuncios siguen pips de sonido y comienza un Programa en Ingles, SINPO: 35333
6155 Adventist World Radio (Moosbrunn, Austria), 04:39 UTC. Programa en Frances en el que hablan 2 hombres y
tambien una Mujer, SINPO: 45333
8764 NMC USCG Point Reyes (Point Reyes, Estados Unidos), 05:00 UTC. Informacion Maritima y Meteorologica dicha
por Hombre, Voz Sintetizada, SINPO: 35343
14670 CHU Radio (Ottawa, Canada), 01:07 UTC. Time Signal con Señal Aceptable y escuchable sin problemas,
SINPO: 35333
16809 WLO Mobile Radio (CW) (Mobile, Alabama, Estados Unidos), 00:42 UTC. CW Marker decodificado en PC señala
"WLO" Varias veces, SINPO: 35223//8419 a las 04:56 UTC se escucha con SINPO: 35333
Receptor: Degen DE1103 + Antena Cable Largo 3 Metros
Jorge Silva
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Edição em Tempo Real - Semana de 08 a 14/07/2013
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Boletín Nº 93
Miguel Castellino
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Durante el fin de semana no hice mucho DX, pero las veces que me puse no detecté nada demasiado interesante. Lo
más destacable:
1080 R.La Luz, Lima, Perú 18/08/2013 05.30 UTC dando anuncios y direcciones de iglesias de Lima, 33333 (hace
tiempo que no la escuchaba)
1520 R.Chascomús 19/08/2013 03:30 UTC Id 34333 (no es usual escucharla en Mendoza y tiene, para mí, un valor
sentimental por el tema de los Dx Camp).
Esta mañana, sobre las 10:00 UTC, había una propagación distinta de lo habitual, por ejemplo en 1190, canal
habitualmente dominado por una emisora de Capital Federal, se escuchaban dos emisoras más: una brasileña y otra
argentina, que podría ser R.Nacional de Tucumán, porque parecía se la voz de los locutores de Nacional Buenos Aires.
Jose Kucher
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Aprovechando un viaje de trabajo a Cutral Có al mediodía despues del almuerzo aproveche a hacer un poco de escucha
diurna, Cutral Có es una ciudad que se encuentra 100 Km al Oeste de Neuquén Capital..
El Locator del lugar de recepción es FF51jb y la hora 17:10 UTC
Como receptor utilice Un Degen DE 1125 que de por si es bastante sensible, captando todas las regionales habituales sin
ayuda del loop, a saber:
AM
550
La primera Neuquén Capital
AM
600 LU5 Radio Neuquén ( Transmite desde Plottier)
AM
640 LU18 Radio el Valle General Roca Rio Negro
AM
690 LU19 La voz del Comahue Cipolletti Rio Negro
AM
710
LRA 17 Radio Nacional Zapala (Neuquen)
AM
740
La carretera Allen Rio Negro
AM
900 Radio municipal 25 de mayo (La Pampa)
AM
1000 LU16 Radio Rio Negro Villa Regina
AM
1400 Radio Cumbre Neuquen Capital
Utilizando la ayuda del Loop, se captaron adicionalmente
AM
AM
AM
AM
580 LU20 Radio Chubut, desde Trelew
590 LRA30 Radio Nacional Bariloche
670
LRA52 Chos Malal Neuquen.
1310 LRG 370 Radio Gregorio Álvarez, Piedra del Águila Neuquen
( esta ultima de muy baja potencia, muy dificil de captar)
Después se jugo la última carta apoyando el Loop sobre el riel de ferrocarril para que haga de improvisada Beverage con
direccion aproximada Este – Oeste, con los siguientes resultados adicionales
AM
530
Radio las Madres, Capital Federal
AM
540
LU15 Radio Puerto Madryn
AM
560 LRA13 Radio Nacional Bahia blanca
AM
850 Radio SODRE, Uruguay
AM
870 LRA1 Radio Nacional
Por falta de tiempo no pude identificar varias mas que llegaban mas bajas
La conclusion de este experimento es que las vias de tren simpre que esten orientadas en la dirección deseada pueden ser
de gran ayuda en la recepcion de onda media.. la proxima prueba deberia ser “nocturna”
Jose Elias Diaz Gomez
Escuchas
La Voz de Tu Conciencia, 22AGO, Escuchada con muy buena senal hace pocos minutos 04:55 UTC en los 6010 khz.
Receptor Grundig Satellit 750 y Antena Dipolo de 10 mts por lado.
Radio Habana Cuba en 6100 KHz, 22AGO, En este momento Radio Habana Cuba con buena señal en los 6100 KHz.
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Boletín Nº 93
Francesco
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QSL
Rádio Dechovka CZR, 1233 KHz confirm via email with PDF letter in 12 hours. Report sent with mp3 audio file to :
studio (at) radiodechovka.cz V/S Jana Pušová.
QSL and audioclip available here: http://blog.libero.it/radioascolto/12294237.html
73's de Francesco SWL I0-5639 - Central Italy - RX: ICOM R71 - ANT: 100 mt LW
Saverio De Cian
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Ciao, qui a Sedico nella verde vallata Feltrina Bellunese si patisce un caldo Amazzonico !
Qui, ogni tanto, un buon DX in onda media si riesce ugualmente ad appuntare nel log, ecco:
920 01/08/2013 0315- PRG ZP1 R Nacional de Paraguay, Asuncion; interviste e auguri in diretta (TNX Walter
Comuzzi) 22322
1040 30/07/2013 0323- B ZYK537 Radio Capital, Sao Paulo; commenti e ID ... Capital AM 22322
1190 05/08/2013 0333- EQA HCDE2 Estudio Universidad Catolica, Guayaquil; mx, annunci e ID "... de la
Universidad Catolica de Santiago de Guayaquil" 33433
1200 05/08/2013 0324- B ZYH585 Ceara Radio Clube, Fortaleza; mx e ID Ceara Radio Clube Radio 34443
1220 01/08/2013 0225- B ZYJ458 R Globo, Rio de Janeiro; sport in diretta, vari ID 44444
1270 01/08/2013 0230- ARG LS11 R Provincia de Buenos Aires, La Plata; commenti e notizie e ID 22322
1390 01/08/2013 0330- PRU OCU1G Radio Fe, Chiclayo; lungo sermone in S (tnx H. Klemetz su RealDX) 34433
1399.94 05/08/2013 0348- EQA HCFL2 Radio Z-Uno, Guayaquil; px mx locale, inno ecuadoregno e ID Zeta Uno
(TNX A.Groppazzi) 22422
1470 01/08/2013 0325- PRU OAU4B R Capital Lima; mx, commenti e Id Radio Capital 34433
1540.5 01/08/2013 0330- PRU OCU2X R Turbo Mix, Cajamarca; mx peruviana e Id Turbo Mix AM 33333
1570 31/07/2013 0327- PRU OCU4J R Bethel, Lima; px religioso, annunci vari 43333
1580 31/07/2013 0327- CLM HJQZ R Maria, Barranquilla; px religioso, ID Radio Maria (TNX W. Comuzzi) 32322
1620 02/08/2013 0330- ARG AM1620, Mar del Plata; mx e ID "... AM, Mar del Plata" 23322
1670 01/08/2013 0330- ARG R Rubá, Rafael Castillo; mx, nx e ID Radio Rubá 24432
Buona continuazione del viaggio a Roberto ed a Dario , io lo faccio con le cuffie in testa quando la propa lo permette!
Saverio De Cian - RX: JRC 535, PERSEUS SDR - ANT: Single Delta Flag + FLG100LN
Mauro Giroletti
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Augurandovi buone vacanze....
UTE
25000 MIKES F Espoo,1900 7-5Aug,time signal "bip bip..",33333(Giroletti)
16971 JJC KYODO NEWS AGENCY J,1625 7Aug,fax news 60/576,333(Giroletti)
12412,5 NOJ ALS Kodiak,1630 7Aug,wefax chart,123(Giroletti)
10555 VMW AUS Wiluna,1635 7Aug,wefax chart,333(Giroletti)
11030 VMC AUS Charleville,1635 7Aug,wefax chart,111(Giroletti)
13988,5 JMH4 J Tokyo,1640 7Aug,wefax chart,333(Giroletti)
18560 BMF CHN Taipei,1645 7Aug,wefax chart,333(Giroletti)
16976 PWZ33 B Marine Rio de Janeiro,18557Aug, Pactor "ryryryr sgsgs PWZ33"+ weather,233(Giroletti)
10000 WWH HWA Kekaha,0519 10Aug, time signal female announced "bip bip ..",222(Giroletti)
10000 WWV USA Ft.Collins ,0519 10Aug, time signal male announced "bip bip ..",333(Giroletti)
15000 WWH HWA Kekaha,0522 10Aug, time signal female announced "bip bip ..",333(Giroletti)
15000 WWV USA Ft.Collins ,0522 10Aug, time signal male announced "bip bip ..",333(Giroletti)
17912 ARINC RUS Krasnoyarsk,1510 10Aug,HFDL MODE,444(Giroletti)
17430,9 VF252 Kyodo SNG Singapur,1520 10Aug, press fax 60/576 ,333(Giroletti)
17069.6 Kyodo J Tokio,1520 10Aug, press fax 60/576 ,333(Giroletti)
16986 CTP Marine POR Oeiras/Palhaism,1536 10Aug,"naws naws de CTP qrx..),444(Giroletti)
12610 RIW/RCV Marine RUS,1735 10Aug, encrypted message 36-50,444(Giroletti)
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12783.5,9MB5 Marine MLA Lumut,1745 10Aug, news RTTY 50/850,333(Giroletti)
16135 KVM70 HWA Honolulu,1810 10Aug, wefax chart 120/576,233(Giroletti)
9165 HLL2 KOR Seoul,1820 10Aug, wefax chart 120/576,233(Giroletti)
13988.5 JMH4 J Kagoshima Meteo, 1833 10Aug, wefax chart 120/576,444(Giroletti)
12789.9 NMG USA New Orleans,0645 11Aug,wefax chart 120/576 // 8503.9 ,233(Giroletti)
4363 DP07 via Monaco radio , 0946 11Aug, wetter in D - qsl info www.dp07.com [email protected] -DP07
Seefunk Estedeich 84 21129 Hamburg GERMANY , 444(Giroletti)
BC
7120 R Hargeisa SOM Hargeisa,1800 5Aug, px mx loc noise HAm,33333(Giroletti)
4835 VL8A AUS Alice Springs,1810 5Aug, px mx relay ABC,33333(Giroletti)
5765 AFN GUM Barrigada,1820 5Aug,USB px loc relay,33333(Giroletti)
9525.88 Voice of Indonesia IND Cimanggis,1830 5Aug, px in D,44444(Giroletti)
6055 R Rwanda RRW Kigali,1830 5Aug,px in vernacular,44444(Giroletti)
2485 VL8K AUS Katherine,1900 7-5Aug, px mx relay ABC,23333(Giroletti)
2325 VL8T AUS Tennant Creek,1900 5Aug, px mx relay ABC,23333(Giroletti)
15345 RAE ARG Buenos Aires,1910 5Aug, px in I mx local,33333(Giroletti)
1323 Short Wave Gold Pirate ,1600 7Aug,px mx ID"Short Wave Gold",33333(Giroletti)
11600 R Libya LBY Sabrata, 1610 7Aug, music + ID "RADIO LIBYA",45444(Giroletti)
17745 Sudan Radio service Darfur G Woofferton, 1625 7Aug, px in Arabic,44444(Giroletti)
11735 Zanzibar BC TZA Dole,1954 7Aug, px mx ,44444(Giroletti)
5909.95, Alcaraván R CLM Lomalinda,0420 8Aug, Spanish ann +ID music,33333(Giroletti)
4054.98, R Verdad GTM Chiquimula,0430 8Aug, religious music best on LSB,12221.(Giroletti)
6885 Galei Tzahal ISR Tel Aviv,0445 8Aug,px local talk mx ,33333(Giroletti)
5025 R Rebelde CUB Bauta,0450 10Aug, ID"Radio Rebelde" px ,44444(Giroletti)
5040 R Habana Cuba CUB Bauta,0500 10Aug, px mx in E +ID,44444(Giroletti)
4885 R Clube do Parà B Belem, 0515 10Aug, px local in P,23333(Giroletti)
11815 R Brasil Central B Goiânia,0528 10Aug, px local mx + ID +time(Giroletti)
11650 R Dabanga via Vatican R,0535 10Aug, slogan "R Dabanga....",44444(Giroletti)
17860 VOA USA ,1600 10Aug, test trasmission digital mode text+ image"MFSK",44444(Giroletti)
9790 AWR F Issoundun,0900 11Aug,px "Studio DX" +"Voce della Speranza"in Italiano,44444(Giroletti)
Errata corrige log UTE 12783.5,9MB5 errato
Scusate per l'errore la stazione ricevuta 12783.5, corretto 9MR Marine Johore Bahhru MLA ,1745 10Aug, news RTTY
50/850,333(Giroletti)-ricevuta anche oggi con "ryryryryryryr 9MR". Ciao e scusate per l'errore 73
73!!!! - www.bclnews.it - www.playdx.com
Manuel Méndez
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BRASIL
4825 Radio Cançao Nova, Cachoeira Paulista, 0540-0607, 15-08, canciones religiosas, locutor, locutora, portugués,
comentario religioso. 14321. (Méndez)
COLOMBIA
5910 Alcaraván Radio, Puerto Lleras, 0602-0613, 15-08, canciones latinoamericanas, locutor, identificación:
"Alcaraván Radio". 24322. (Méndez)
GUATEMALA
4055 Radio Verdad, Chiquimula, 0548-0601, 15-08, canciones religiosas en inglés, identificación: "Radio Verdad".
14321. (Méndez)
MALI
5995 Radio Mali, Bamako, 0603-0610, 15-08, canciones en vernáculo. 14321. (Méndez)
9635 Radio Mali, Bamako, 1750-1805, 14-08, locutor, locutora, francés, música vernácula, identificación a las 1800:
"Radiodifussion Malienne emettant de Bamako". 23222. (Méndez)
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Boletín Nº 93
Luca Botto Fiora
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Martedì 13 agosto 2013
20.00 + 20.36 - 6265,2 kHz - CWR-CRAZY WAVE RADIO - Musica pop-rock, IDs OMs EE/GG. Segnale buono
sufficiente
21.07 - 6299,9 kHz - RADIO TIDALWAVE - Oldies 90s e IDs OM. Segnale buono sufficiente
20.56 - 6195 kHz (PL-660 - SYNC-USB) - R.ROSSII+prob. Regionale - Ulan Ude (Russia). Inno coro OMs/YLs
(registrazione confrontata con un video su YT), segnale orario e nxs OM in russo. Da circa le 21.10 c'è stato una
specie di carillon e poi un parlato maschile in una lingua simile al mongolo. Il picco di segnale c'è stato verso le
21.15-21.25 e poi piano piano, pur restando pulito, è calato e si sono aggiunge alcune scariche temporalesche non locali.
Giovedì 15 agosto 2013
01.45 - 6160v kHz - CKZN - St. John's (Canada). Inglese, annuncio OM "CBC" e dialogo OM/YL. Segnale suficiente
In sottofondo, probabilmente, Arkhangelsk.
01.55 - 6134,8 kHz - R. SANTA CRUZ (Bolivia). Spagnolo, dialogo OM/YL. Segnale sufficiente-buono
Tawantinsuyo 6174v sempre troppo bassa.
02.33 - 6185 kHz - R. EDUCACION - Mexico DF - Canzone locale YL (e modulazione un po' bassa). Segnale sufficientebuono. RN DA AMAZONIA 6180 dominante. 6160: alle 02.54 inizia lo splash dalla TRT su 6165.
02.58 - 6110 kHz - RADIO FANA - Addis Ababa (Etiopia) s/on, int/sig e nxs YL. Segnale buono
03.05 - 6070 kHz - R. 6150 - Röhrbach (Germania) Solite registrazioni vintage. Segnale buono – sufficiente CFRX
sembrava assente o, forse, lontanissima in sottofondo.
03.08 - 6055 kHz - RADIO RWANDA – Kigali. Canzone locale OMs/YLs. Segnale buono
21.19 - 6518//6600 kHz - VO THE PEOPLE (TO N. KOREA)+JAMMING Segnale buono-sufficiente Per un po' di tempo
non l'ho sentita. Inattività o propagazione.
21.22 - 6919.2 kHz - R. PINK PANTHER. R. Carrà e altri oldies. Segnale buono-sufficiente
21.47-21.54* - 6297LSB kHz - NON IDENTIFICATA James Brown e altri oldies. Segnale sufficiente Sul blog
shortwavedx davano più presto R. MAZDA, ma in AM.
22.00 - 6284,7 kHz - R. FOCUS INT. Country rock e IDs OM. Segnale sufficiente
22.16 - 6260 kHz Annuncio RADIO TINA. Vecchia registrazione? Sul blog shortwavedx più tardi davano
R. BORDERHUNTER. Segnale buono
22.20 - 6206 kHz - R. BLUE STAR Live DJ canterino!!! Segnale sufficiente-buono
22.22 - 6240 kHz - Stavo monitorando altre stazioni e quando sono tornato sulla frequenza aveva chiuso. Sul blog
shortwavedx più presto hanno segnalato R. SLUWE VOS. Segnale sufficiente-buono
22.35 - 9200 kHz - SOUND OF HOPE RADIO NETWORK? CNR1 JAMMER? Cinese, tk OM+YL, tipo TV talk.
Segnale buono. If SOH, no more low power txs?
Luca Botto Fiora - [email protected]
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