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BC-DX 1361                                                   10 Nov 2018
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ANTARCTICA   15475.97 kHz  LRA 36, Radio Nacional Arcangel San Gabriel,
Base Esperanza, 1403-1423* UT on 25 Oct [Thursdays], on air now, nothing
detected here in Lugo, fair to weak signal via SDR Kiwi Pardinho, Sao
Paulo remote receiver, non stop song in Spanish, song "Bella Ciao", closed
at 1423 UT. Very weak carrier on 15475.97 kHz via SDR Kiwi Ticino,
Switzerland remote receiver. Not heard since 03 Oct [Wednesday],
1412-1447 UT, also via SDR Kiwi Pardihno.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, dxld Oct 29)

Nothing heard on various Thursdays, when checked via remote Perseus SDRs
in Europe, US states and Alberta Canada, nor nothing on SDR Kiwi Pardihno
in Brazil ...
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 8)

AUSTRALIA   REACH BEYOND. New B-18 Schedule as of 28th of October:

B18 Broadcast Schedule - Region & Time Format

<http://www.reachbeyond.org.au/site/DefaultSite/filesystem/documents/publi
cations/B18_Listener%20Edition.pdf>

B18 Broadcast Schedule - Language Format

<http://www.reachbeyond.org.au/site/DefaultSite/filesystem/documents/publi
cations/B18_Language%20Edition.pdf>

Reach Beyond Australia currently broadcasts 65 hours of programming
per week in 31 languages.
(RBA via gh, dxld Oct 29)

AUSTRIA   History and some photo images of ORF ORS Moosbrunn broadcasting
center near Vienna Austria.

Besuchsbericht der ORS-Anlage Moosbrunn. Im Netz wurde ein Link auf einen
aktuellen Besuchsbericht von der Sendeanlage Wien ORS Moosbrunn geteilt.

<https://www.radiomuseum.org/forum/auslandsdienst_des_oesterreichischen_ru
ndfunks_auf_kurzwelle.html>

(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 6)

Aufgefunden im Beitrag von
<https://www.radioeins.de/programm/sendungen/medienmagazin/radio_news/beit
raege/2018/ors_moosbrunn.html>
(Herbert Meixner-AUT, A-DX ng Nov 6)

BOLIVIA   3310 kHz  R. Mosoj Chaski. Noviembre 3. 0015-0030 UT.
Espacio de musica en quechua y avisos en el mismo idioma. SINPO: 35343.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

BRAZIL   Test 3375 kHz, R. Municipal (Tentativa de reativar).
Bom dia, Senhor Anisio Gregori. Eu constato aqui que o transmissor
de 3375 kHz Ondas Tropicais esta no ar. Eu recebo a portadora, mas o audio
parece esta desligado, nao esta com audio o transmissor. Eu vou ficar
fazendo monitoramentos para ajudar voces toda manha aqui na floresta, para
voces conseguir arrumar o audio. Parabens ao Senhor por reativar 3375 kHz
Ondas Tropicais; e muito importante para nos moradores da regiao dos
Estados da Amazonia Legal.

Para quem desejar ajudar envie mensagens e pedido de amizade a Radio
Municipal
<https://www.facebook.com/anisio.gregori>

<https://youtu.be/qRY7oZwpKf0>  0925 UT, Dia 23 Outubro 2018.

EXCLUSIVO: FOTOS TRANSMISSOR 3375 kHz
RADIO MUNICIPAL ONDAS TROPICAIS BANDA DE 90 METROS

"esta no ar ate as 9 da manha".
"mais ainda estamos sitonizando melhor".
"foi muito trabalho mas o povo ribeirinho ja esta ouvindo depois de um
ano e seis meses fora do ar".
"Pra nos importante ter nos comunicado sobre o audio ainda hoje vamos
rever o audio mantenhamos informados pra nos importante"
(Anisio Gregori)

<https://dxbrazilsw.blogspot.com/2018/10/exclusivo-fotos-transmissor-3375-
khz.html?m=0>
(via Daniel Wyllyans-BRA, hcdx Oct 23)

Eqsl Radio Municipal 3375 kHz 90 Metros Tambem sou o gerente agora
oficial de eqsl da Radio Municipal. Boa hora para voces olhar
3375 kHz.

O DX MAIS DIFICIL DOS ULTIMOS TEMPOS 90 METROS SINAL BAIXO A LONGA DIST
NCIA.

Informes para <danielnx18 -at- gmail.com>  informes com mp3 ou video.
Tambem olho a confirmacao de CARRIER. Sera colocado Carrier no informe
caso nao tem recepcao e somente a portadora em sua regiao. Os informes
serao repassados a Radio Municipal.
(Daniel Wyllyans-BRA, hcdx & dxld Oct 24)

BRAZIL   4885 kHz  Radio Clube do Para, Belem, at 2120-2128 UT on Nov 05,
Portuguese, soccer, comments. No "A Voz do Brasil". 13221.

Also 0610-0715 UT on Nov 06, Brazilian songs, program "Clube na
Madrugada", "Clube da Madrugada, na Radio Clube para voce", "Bom dia,
voce esta ouvindo - Clube da Madrugada". 35433.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, hcdx Nov 6)

UNIDENTIFIED signal on 4904.986 kHz at 0650 UT this Nov 6.
Likely R Relogio Brazil (?) , S=4 signal.

But much stronger
4885.022 BRA  Likely Radio Clube do Para, Belem, nice music program,
sweet female singer in BrasPortuguese, S=9+5dB power here in southern
Germany, at dark path 0652 UT on Nov 6.

Latter much stronger on southern/central Atlantic Ocean path,
than North Americans WWCR 4839.996 kHz or RHC Bauta Cuba on 5040 kHz
at same time slot.

Radio Rebelde Bauta Cuba 5025 kHz signal
was stronger than RHC 5040 kHz, this 0645 UT morning.

Annoying Perseus new LeafLet map display,
always bad failure item 'Stack overflow, at line Zero'

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 6)

CUBA   Cuba transmissions this Nov 4 morning.

Heard in central Europe, NJ/NY/MI remote US sites,
also in Edmonton Alberta Canada, from 07.15 to 08.57:30 UT.

5025even fq, Radio Rebelde Spanish program from Bauta site. Lovely
great Latin American program/singer at 07.18 UT. S=9+25dB signal
in both NJ/NY state remotes.
20.6 kHz wide audio signal visible on SDR control software screen.

5040 kHz RHC Bauta off at this time 07.20 UT Nov 4.

5980, 6030 and 6135 kHz all annoying scratch jamming signals S=8-9.

5999.999 RHC Quivican San Felipe TITAN site, nice audio via the 250 kW
station. No distortion on this channel. S=9+40dB in NJ/NY/MI/Alberta
remotes. English program, end of Arnie Coro's radio hobby service.
07.24 UT. But weaker on

6060.004 RHC Bauta also English service, but less strong S=8. And

6100even RHC Bauta English outlet of S=9+10dB at NJ, at 07.32 UT, despite

6165even RHC Bauta carried a Spanish language sce at 07.37 UT,
some S=9+25dB strength level. Talk on international soccer football news,
about porteros, ballon, penalty a.s.o.

6100even RHC Sunday only Esperanto service on that single frequency.
Interval signal of RHC, into station ID in Esperanto given start at
08.00:14 UT. Another Esperanto language ID heard at 08.01:20 UT.
S=9+25dB signal noted in Alberta remote. Presenter was Mario Ruiz Carell,
'Saludo Mondo' program end at 08.29:47 UT.

Something seems always surprising with Radio Habana Cuba.

Believe it or not, the Bauta technician seemingly went to the coffee table
out, strong S=9+25dB signal empty carrier was still on air a lot of time
til

SWITCH OFF the transmitter late at 08.57:30 UT (!)

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 4)

CUBA   Full B-18 schedule of R. Habana Cuba start on 11 Nov 2018.

0000-0100  6000 QVC 250  010 ENAm Spanish  Mon-Thur "Mesa Redonda"
0000-0500  9640 BEJ 050  110 Antill Spanish
0000-0100  9720 BAU 100  130 SoAf English
0000-0500 11670 BAU 100  130 SoAm Spanish
0000-0600 11700 QVC 250  160 SoAm Spanish
0000-0100 11950 BAU 100  340 WNAm Spanish  Mon-Thur "Mesa Redonda"
0000-0030 15730 BEJ 050  135 SoAm Creole
0030-0100 15730 BEJ 050  135 SoAm Portuguese
0100-0130 15730 BEJ 050  135 SoAm French     exQuechua
0100-0600  6060 BAU 100  010 ENAm Spanish
0200-0600  6000 QVC 250  010 ENAm English
0200-0800  6165 BAU 100  340 WNAm English
0600-0800  6000 QVC 250  010 ENAm English
0600-0800  6060 BAU 100  010 ENAm English
0600-0800  6100 BAU 100  310 WNAm English
0800-0830  6100 BAU 100  310 WNAm Esperanto  Sun only

1200-1500  6000 QVC 250  305 NCAm Spanish
1200-1600  9535 BEJ 100  230 CeAm Spanish
1200-1600  9640 BEJ 050  110 Antill Spanish
1200-1600 11760 BAU 100  n-d NCAm Spanish
1200-1400 11950 BAU 100  340 WNAm Spanish
1200-1500 13780 BEJ 050  160 SoAm Spanish
1200-1600 15140 QVC 250  130 SoAm Spanish
1400-1600 13700 BAU 100  315 WNAm Spanish

1600-1630 11760 BAU 100  n-d NCAm Spanish    Mon-Sat
1600-1630 11760 BAU 100  n-d NCAm Esperanto  Sun only
1600-1900 15140 BAU 100  010 ENAm Spanish
1630-1900 11760 BAU 100  n-d NCAm Spanish

1900-1930 15140 BAU 100  340 WNAm Arabic
1930-2000 15140 BAU 100  340 WNAm Creole
2000-2100 15140 BAU 100  340 WNAm English
2030-2100 15370 BAU 100  010 WeEu French
2100-2130 15140 BAU 100  340 WNAm French
2100-2130 15370 BAU 100  010 WeEu Portuguese
2130-2200 15370 BAU 100  010 WeEu Arabic
2200-0600  9535 BEJ 100  230 CeAm   Spanish
2200-2400  9640 BEJ 050  110 Antill Spanish
2200-0300 11760 BAU 100  n-d NCAm   Spanish
2200-0600 11840 QVC 250  170 Chile  Spanish
2200-0500 13740 BAU 100  160 SoAm Spanish
2200-2400 15370 BAU 100  010 WeEu Spanish
2300-2330  9720 BAU 100  130 SoAf French
2300-2400 11700 QVC 250  160 SoAm Portuguese
2330-2400  9720 BAU 100  130 SoAf Portuguese
2330-2400 15730 BEJ 050  135 SoAm French     Mon-Sat
2330-2400 15730 BEJ 050  135 SoAM Esperanto  Sun only

83 and 263 degrees CT2/1/0.8
0000-0100  5040 BAU 100  n-d Cuba English
0100-0130  5040 BAU 100  n-d Cuba Creole
0130-0200  5040 BAU 100  n-d Cuba French
0200-0600  5040 BAU 100  n-d Cuba Spanish
0600-0700  5040 BAU 100  n-d Cuba English
2200-2400  5040 BAU 100  n-d Cuba Spanish

Transmitter sites:
BAU = Bauta
BEJ = Bejucal
QVC = Titan-Quivican San Felipe.

Shortwave schedule of Radio Rebelde
0000-2400  5025 BAU 100  non-dir to Ce&SoAm Spanish

Shortwave schedule of Radio Progreso
0130-0500  4765 BEJ 050  non-dir to Cuba  Caribbean Spanish

(RHC of Nov 6, thanks to Arnaldo Coro-CUB - CO2KK -
RHC B-18 sheet file - transformed to pure text file via
wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 7)

CUBA   Radio Havana Cuba, B-18 schedule of 11 Nov 2018

Arabic
1900-1930 15140na
2130-2200 15370eu

Creole
0000-0030 15730na
0100-0130  5040sa
1930-2000 15140na

English
0000-0100  5040va   9720af
0200-0300  6000na   6165na
0300-0400  6000na   6165na
0400-0500  6000na   6165na
0500-0600  6000na   6165na
0600-0700  5040va   6000na   6060na   6100na   6165na
0700-0800  6000na   6060na   6100na   6165na
2000-2100 15140na

Esperanto
0800-0830  6100na  Sun only
1600-1630 11760va  Sun only
2330-2400 15730sa  Sun only

French
0100-0130 15730sa  exQuechua
0130-0200  5040va
2030-2100 15370eu
2100-2130 15140na
2330-2400 15730sa  Mon-Sat

Portuguese
0030-0100 15730sa
2100-2130 15370eu
2300-2400 11700sa
2330-2400  9720af

Spanish
0000-0100  9535ca  9640sa 11670sa 11760va 11700sa 11840sa 11950na 13740sa

0000-0100  Mon-Thur "Mesa Redonda" 6000na 11950na

0100-0200  6060na  9640sa  9535ca  9640sa 11670sa 11700sa 11760va 11840sa
          13740sa
0200-0300  5040am  6060na  9535ca  9640sa 11670sa 11700sa 11760va 11840sa
          13740sa
0300-0400  5040am  6060na  9535ca  9640sa 11670sa 11700sa 11840sa 13740sa
0400-0500  5040am  6060na  9535ca  9640sa 11670sa 11700sa 11840sa 13740sa
0500-0600  5040am  6060na  9535ca 11700sa 11840sa

1200-1300  6000na  9535ca  9640am  9710na 9820ca  9850na 11760va 11950na
          13780sa
1300-1400  6000na  9535ca  9640sa  9710na 9820ca  9850na 11760va 11950na
          13780sa
1400-1500  6000na  9535ca   9640sa 9710na  9820ca 11760va 13780sa
1500-1600  9535ca  9640sam 11760va 13700na 15140sa

1600-1630 11760va Mon-Sat
1600-1700 15140na
1630-1700 11760va
1700-1800 11760va 15140na
1800-1900 11760va 15140na

2200-2300  5040va  9535ca  9640sa 11760va 11840sa 13740sa 15370eu
2300-0000  5040va  9535ca  9640sa 11760va 11840sa 13740sa 15370eu

Radio Progreso 4765 kHz Bejucal site 0130-0500 UT.
// MW 660, 720, 730, 820, 880, 940 kHz.

Radio Rebelde 5025 kHz Bauta site, // MW 610, 670, 820, 1180, 1210, 1620
kHz.

Radio Reloj MW 570, 610, 790, 850, 860, 870, 950 kHz.

(previously taken from Gayle Van Horn W4GVH / International Shortwave
Broadcast Guide - Winter schedule,
thanks to Arnaldo Coro-CUB - CO2KK - RHC new B-18 sheet file -
transformed to pure language sorted B-18 text file via
wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 7)

CUBA   15140. RHC. Nov 2, 1808-1830 UT. Servicio en arabe. Mujer habla en
aquel idioma, algunas informaciones. A las 1814 UT, la emisora se
identifica y luego habla la misma mujer sobre Nueva York hasta las 1815
UT, despues se habla de America Latina y Bolsonaro hasta las 1822 UT,
cuando comienza hablar acerca de Cuba y Fidel. Desde las 1827 UT se emite
un pequeno espacio musical. SINPO: 45433, desde las 1817 UT con SINPO:
45444.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

15140. RHC. Nov 3, 1510-1559 UT. Discurso del Presidente Diaz Canel en
Rusia y reporte de las actividades, luego se habla de la "Feria
Internacional de La Habana", Conferencia de prensa acerca del bloqueo
contra Cuba, identificacion de la emisora y presentacion del segmento:
"Cuba on line" con noticias deportivas desde las 1531 UT hasta las 1540
UT. Luego una entrevista al periodista venezolano acerca de la politica de
su pais, el proceso latinoamericano en las ultimas decadas y del bloqueo a
Venezuela. SINPO: 55444, desde las 1540 con SINPO: 55555.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

12000 RHC. Nov 1, 2345-2359 UT. Programa "En Contacto" con Arnaldo Coro y
Marta Rios con menciones a la nula actividad solar, el informe de escucha
de la primera transmision de Radio Habana Cuba del 16 de Abril de 1961
realizado en Estados Unidos, luego el segmento: "El rincon de la tecnica"
acerca de los emisores de luz LED y su efecto negativo en la onda media.
Despues contacto con CO2KK con el segmento: "QSL en el aire" con la
lectura de reportes de sintonia llegados desde Cuba y Chile e
informaciones acerca del aumento de horas de emision de "Radio Exterior de
Espana". Y luego se entregan datos de contacto con el programa. SINPO:
45444.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

ERITREA   7140.020 BC A3E - VoB - Radio Eritrea - with S9 in Germany now
at 1555 UT, Nov 4th, 2018.

The German PTT Konstanz is preparing an official complaint.  Please inform
your national PTTs for further complaints. 73 Wolf - DK2OM.

[later]  Wir haben hier auch beide QRGs registriert.
Die BNetzA arbeitet bereits daran. Ofcom und Bakom sind auch informiert.
73 Wolf DK2OM (Nov 9)
(IARU1 bandwatch, intruderalert Nov 4)

Both Asmara Eritrea TX again on air, but lowered their power to 5 - 10 kW?
tiny strings of a Horn of Africa program on
7140.020 kHz and
7180.020 kHz Tiny S=4-5 signals compared to neighbour
7205even SDN R Omdurman, Sudanese Arabic female presenter,
         S=9+5dB in Doha Qatar remote SDR unit,
         out of Sudanese 100 kW TX power at 0553 UT on Nov 9.

Am 9. November zwischen 0530 und 0605z habe ich auf beiden Frequenzen
7140.020 und 7180.020 kHz das Horn of Africa Programm gehoert,
aber die Sendeleistung 'SCHEINT' herunter geschraubt worden zu sein ?

Nur duenner String mit S=6-7 in Belgien, sowie hier in Stuttgart,
sowie im remote SDR unit in Doha Qatar.

Dagegen der Nachbar 100 kW aus Omdurman Sudan 7205 kHz S=9+20dB power,
also war ein deutlicher Unterschied festzustellen.
gruss wolfie df5sx P11
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 9)

FRANCE   6050  QSL received (for 12 days) e-QSL from "Radio Coran
Algerienne" (6050 kHz, 500 kW, 162 degr, via TDF Issoudun bcast center).
Report in French sent to:
<https://facebook.com/radiocoran.dz>
(Ivan Zelenyi-RUS, hcdx Nov 7)

GERMANY    [ARMENIA/AUSTRIA/BULGARIA/FRANCE/MADAGASCAR/TAJIKISTAN/USA]

MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH Cologne, Germany (formerly T-SYSTEMS - DTK)

B-18 period  28 Oct 2018 - 30 March 2019.
B-18 operational MBR schedule of Oct 26, 2018.  Times are in UTC

Sort by broadcast organization, time, frequency.
                                                       From   To
                                                       281018 300319
 FREQ STARTSTOP CIRAF TX/Ant#  AZI TYPE DAY    LOC ADM POW BRC FMO LANG
 7350 0300-0330 48     310100  140 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 AWR AWR Tigriny
 5975 0400-0430 28SE  RII02003  95 206 1234567 ISS  F  125 AWR AWR Bulgar
 6045 0430-0500 37,38  340100  210 216 1234567 NAU  D  100 AWR AWR French
 7220 0600-0630 46S     235    200 216 1234567 ISS  F  250 AWR AWR French
 7375 0600-0630 46S     203    162 196 1234567 ISS  F  250 AWR AWR French
11880 0700-0730 46S     203    170 196 1234567 ISS  F  250 AWR AWR French
11980 0700-0800 37,38  340200  210 218 1234567 NAU  D  125 AWR AWR Arabic
15160 0800-0830 37,38  330200  210 218 1234567 NAU  D  250 AWR AWR Kabyle
15145 0830-0900 37,38  330200  210 218 1234567 NAU  D  100 AWR AWR Tachelh
 9610 1000-1100 28W    340100  180 216 1       NAU  D  100 AWR AWR Italian
11730 1300-1330 42,43 1101001   75 616 23456   SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR Mandar
11730 1300-1330 42,43 1101001   75 616 17      SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR Uighur
11730 1330-1400 42,43 1101001   75 616 1234567 SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR Mandar
11730 1400-1500 42,43  310100   75 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 AWR AWR Mandarn
11945 1500-1530 41S   1101201  111 616 1234567 SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR Tamil
11985 1500-1530 41S   1101001  105 616 1234567 SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR Telugu
 9830 1530-1600 41N   1101001   90 616 1234567 SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR Hindi
 9855 1530-1600 41E    DB_10a  137 418 1234567 DB  TJK 100 AWR AWR Oriya
 9905 1530-1600 41S     1782   125 218 1234567 ERV ARM 100 AWR AWR Kannada
11945 1530-1600 41W   1101201  111 616 1234567 SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR Gujarat
 9770 1600-1630 41S   1101001  105 616 1234567 SOF BUL 250 AWR AWR English
 9830 1600-1630 28SE   340100  135 216 1234567 NAU  D  125 AWR AWR Bulgar
11955 1630-1700 48     320100  139 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 AWR AWR Tigriny
12035 1630-1700 48     340100  141 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 AWR AWR Amharic
15490 1630-1700 48    RI01003  122 211 1234567 ISS  F  250 AWR AWR Somali
 9800 1730-1800 37,38   193    180 196 1234567 ISS  F  125 AWR AWR Kabyle
11870 1730-1800 48    RII02001 126 216 1234567 ISS  F  250 AWR AWR Oromo
 9895 1900-1930 46W    320100  218 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 AWR AWR Wolof
 6120 1900-2000 37,38  330100  210 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 AWR AWR Arabic
 7205 1930-2000 37,38  320100  210 216 1234567 NAU  D  125 AWR AWR Tachelh

11790 0200-0230 41      TK1     50 156 1257    MDC MDG 125 BVB MBR Mul
 9450 0500-0515 39,40  330100  120 216 6       NAU  D  250 BVB MBR Mul
 7325 0500-0530 39N    320100  120 216 1       NAU  D  125 BVB MBR Mul
 9440 0600-0615 46-37  340101  180 146 1234567 NAU  D  125 BVB MBR Mul
 7220 0800-0830 27,28  340101  260 146 17      NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
17650 1200-1230 43,44    TM     45 157 7       MDC MDG 125 BVB MBR Mul
21480 1230-1245 54       TM     85 157 1       MDC MDG 125 BVB MBR Mul
11900 1400-1430 41     340100  102 216 7=1stSatNAU  D  250 BVB MBR Mul
1st Sat p.M.
11900 1430-1500 41     340100  102 216 7       NAU  D  250 BVB MBR Mul
11790 1600-1730 38-48  330200  148 218 3       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
11790 1600-1730 38-48  330200  148 218 7       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
11790 1600-1800 38-48  330200  148 218 12      NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
11790 1630-1700 38-48  330200  148 218 6       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
11875 1630-1700 47,48  310100  144 216 1234567 NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
11790 1630-1730 38-48  330200  148 218 45      NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 5995 1710-1730 38-40  320100  132 216 24      NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 5995 1710-1745 38-40  320100  132 216 356     NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 5995 1715-1745 38-40  320100  132 216 7       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 9715 1800-1815 39     330100  129 216 6       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 7365 1800-1830 39,40  310100  105 216 67      NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 9715 1800-1830 39     330100  129 216 5       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 7365 1800-1900 39,40  310100  105 216 5       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 9715 1800-2000 39     330100  129 216 1       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 6145 1830-1900 37N    320100  230 216 1       NAU  D  125 BVB MBR Mul
 7365 1830-1900 39,40  310100  105 216 13      NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 9715 1830-2000 39     330100  129 216 7       NAU  D  100 BVB MBR Mul
 6030 1900-2000 28,29  17106   330 158 1       ERV ARM 100 BVB MBR Mul
 5935 1915-1930 39,40  340100  125 216 1       NAU  D  250 BVB MBR Mul
 7425 1930-2015 39       6     130 805 1       MOS AUT 100 BVB MBR Mul

 7315 0500-0600 46,47  340100  185 216 1234567 NAU  D  125 DAK MBR Mul
 9620 0600-0700 46,47  330100  185 216 1234567 NAU  D  125 DAK MBR Mul
 9770 1800-1900 46,47 RII01003 167 206 1234567 ISS  F  100 DAK MBR Mul
 7455 1900-2000 46,47 RII01003 167 206 1234567 ISS  F  100 DAK MBR Mul

 9830 0630-0700 46,47 RII01002 170 211 1234567 ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
17800 1300-1400 46,47 RII01008 170 217 1234567 ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
15275 1600-1700 48    RI01003  130 211 1234567 ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Amh
 9785 1800-1900 46,47 RII01001 172 216 1234567 ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau

15195 1425-1630 46,47 RII01007 165 227 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
031118 101118
15195 1425-1630 46,47 RII01007 165 227 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
241118 221218
15195 1425-1630 46,47 RII01007 165 227 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
190119 190319
15195 1425-1630 46,47 RII01007 165 227 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
300319 300319
15320 1425-1630 46,47 RII01008 175 217 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
031118 101118
15320 1425-1630 46,47 RII01008 175 217 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
241118 221218
15320 1425-1630 46,47 RII01008 175 217 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
190119 190319
15320 1425-1630 46,47 RII01008 175 217 7       ISS  F  500 DWL DWL Hau
300319 300319

 6055 1130-1200 27,28  340101  222 146 17      NAU  D  125 EMG MBR Mul
 9500 1530-1630 29S    320100  100 216 7       NAU  D  100 HCJ MBR Mul
 7330 1100-1200 27,28    6     283 805 1=Sun MOS AUT 100 JOC MBR Mul1stSun
 6095 1000-1600 27,28  340101  233 146 1234567 NAU  D  125 JOC MBR NldEng$

 5960 0000-0200 2,-10  320100  300 216 1       NAU  D  125 KBC MBR NldEng
 6095 0800-1600 18-37  350100  240 156 1       NAU  D  100 KBC MBR NldEng$
 9475 0800-0900 27,28  310101  230 146 1       NAU  D  125 KBC MBR NldEng$
 6045 0900-1000 27,28  310101  240 146 1       NAU  D  125 KBC MBR NldEng$

 9800 1830-1900 46,47 HR4/4/0.5170 216 1234567 ISS  F  500 LWF MBR Hau
 6140 0900-1000 27,28    6     270 805 1       MOS AUT 100 MVB MBR Deu$
13710 1200-1230 19-26  310200   60 218 7       NAU  D  250 MWF MBR Mul
 6060 1600-1630 29,30  310101   60 146 7       NAU  D  250 MWF MBR Mul

 9620 0300-0500 38,40  330100  140 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 NHK NHK Jpn
 5985 0400-0430 11,12   LPH    222 805 1234567 RMI USA 100 NHK NHK Spa
 6165 0430-0500 27,28  310101   85 146 1234567 NAU  D  125 NHK NHK Rus
 6155 0500-0530 27,28    4      ND 926 1234567 MOS AUT 300 NHK NHK Eng
 9765 1700-1900 38,40  340100  140 216 1234567 NAU  D  250 NHK NHK Jpn

11970 1600-1630 47,48 HR4/4/0.8130 217 37      ISS  F  500 OGM MBR Mul
11800 1430-1445 41     340100   94 216 1       NAU  D  250 PAB MBR Mul
 5930 1930-2000 37,38  340101  155 146 1       NAU  D  250 PAB MBR Mul
15215 1600-1700 4,8,9 HR4/4/0.8300 218 5=Thur  ISS  F  500 ROO MBR 210219
 6045 0900-1000 27,28  350100  233 156 1       NAU  D  100 RSH MBR Mul$
 9610 1700-1730 38,48  310100  144 216 16      NAU  D  100 SBO MBR Mul
 9610 1700-1800 38,48  310100  144 216 4       NAU  D  100 SBO MBR Mul
 5970 1200-1600 27,28 RII01006  21 146 1234567 ISS  F  100 SFZ MBR Mul$
13800 1800-1900 2-10  RII01001 290 216 1234567 ISS  F  100 SFZ MBR Mul$
15420 1800-1859 48-53    TF    320 159 7       MDC MDG 250 SJK MBR Mul
 5935 1300-1400 27,28  310101  233 146 1234567 NAU  D  125 SKW MBR Mul$

$ only  via  order ...

Day 1 = Sunday ... Day 7 = Saturday

List of Broadcasters which are using MEDIA BROADCAST technical equipment

AWR  Adventist World Radio
BVB  High Adventure Gospel - Bible Voice Broadcasting
DAK  Dandal Kura Radio International
DWL  Deutsche Welle Bonn / Berlin, Germany
EMG  Evangelische Missionsgemeinden in Deutschland
HCJ  Reach Beyond (former Voice of the Andes)
     Sats only, 1530 UT Russian, 1600 UT Chechen language.
JOC  Radio Joystick, Germany, 1st Sun
KBC  The Mighty KBC, 1st Sun
LWF  Lutheran World Federation
MBR  MEDIA BROADCAST (former DTK)
MVB  Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Baltic Radio
MWF  Missionswerk Friedensstimme, Gummersbach - Germany
NHK  Nippon Hoso Kyokai, Radio Japan World, Tokyo, Japan.
OGM  MBR internal customer name:
     NGO [RHU Radio Huriyo Xoriyo Ogaden, ONLF]
     <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-governmental_organization>
     <http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organisation_non_gouvernementale>
PAB  Pan Am Broadcasting
ROO  Radio Oeoemrang, Amrum, Germany
RSH  MBR internal customer name:
     formerly request
     Radio - Menschen & Geschichten (Shortwaveservice.com)
SBO  Sagalee Bilisummaa Oromoo, Voice of Oromo Liberation. Berlin.
SFZ  Studio 52
SJK  MBR internal customer name:
     Radio Itahuka in Kirundi Ce/EaAfrica Burundi-Rwanda on Sats.
     Please send report to
     <QSL-Shortwave -at- media-broadcast.com>
     Veiled in MBR schedule.
SKW  (?)

Michael Puetz
MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH
Order Management & Backoffice
Erna-Scheffler-Strasse 1
51103 Cologne, Germany

Please send your inquiries and reception reports to:

E-Mail:   <QSL-Shortwave -at- media-broadcast.com>
E-Mail:   <info -at- media-broadcast.com>
Internet: <https://www.media-broadcast.com/enabling-media-
innovation/leistungen/radio/kw-sendernetze>

via
WORLDWIDE DX CLUB
Postfach 1214
61282 Bad Homburg
GERMANY

E-Mail:   <mail -at- wwdxc.de>
Internet: <http://www.wwdxc.de>

(MBR Cologne Germany, Oct 26, 2018, .PDF format,
via AGDX club Andreas Volk-Munich-D,
extracted & reformatted by Michael Bethge wwdxc Oct 26, 2018)

GERMANY   6160 kHz, Shortwaveradio Winsen-Celle, 1208 UT, Nov 03.
S 9, O 3+ in AM und 10 kHz. Rauschen mit Fading und aktuell einem
Wiederhoeren von R. Netherlands "Medianetwork" mit Jonathan Marks.

<http://shortwaveradio.de/>

News Nov 1st 2018: Our current broadcasting times are as follows:

3975 kHz 0800 to 2300 UT
6160 kHz 0800 to 1500 UT

These transmissions are from Mondays to Sundays, 7 days a week.
6160 kHz is on air again, finally.

For detailed programe line-up click here:
<http://shortwaveradio.de/schedule/>
(Herbert Meixner-AUT, A-DX ng Nov 3)

Re: Log 6160 kHz Nov 3.
Soeben stoert eine {Konkurrenz hobby low power radio?} Station
auf genau 6159.0 kHz
ansonsten ganz gute Audio aus Winsen / Celle
6159.9985 kHz S=9+15dB, and
3974.997  kHz S=9+25dB

alter Stuff von Jonathan Marks und Victor Goonetilleke 4S7VK aus Ceylon.
Ich lach' mich zu Tode, wir werden wieder jung, wie aus der
Altweibermuehle, hi.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 3)

New schedule on 3975 and 6160 kHz. I'm hearing Shortwave Radio from
Germany with a good signal on 6160 kHz since tune-in at 1130 UT, currently
(at 1230 UT) carrying an old edition of Media Network also confirmed on
3975 kHz with Media Network - but the two frequencies are not in sync.

New schedule on their web site  <http://shortwaveradio.de>
News November 1st 2018:
Our current broadcasting times are as follows:
3975 kHz 0800 to 2300 UT
6160 kHz 0800 to 1500 UT
(Dave Kenny-UK, BrDXC-UK ng Nov 3)

GERMANY   5970 kHz  HITMIX / Studio 52 - 1300 UT.

<https://studio52radiogroup.jimdo.com/

Our next live-transmissions on shortwave for West Europe runs on:
Saturday, Nov 03, 1300-1400 UT
Saturday, Dec 01, 1200-1400 UT
Tuesday,  Jan 01, 1200-1500 UT
Saturday, Jan 19, 1200-1500 UT
allways on 5970 kHz lowered power with 125 kW via MBR Nauen site.

We wish all listeners a good reception :-) !
(Roger Thauer-D, A-DX ng Nov 3)

GERMANY   RADIO DARC mit drei neuen Sendeplaetzen.

Ab Sonntag, den 11. November ab 11 Uhr MEZ/CET sendet RADIO DARC // zur
bisher bekannten Frequenz 6070 kHz erstmalig auch auf 7440 kHz
im 41 Meterband.

Zum Einsatz kommt der neue Zweitsender von Channel 292 mit 10 kW Leistung
an einer Dipol-Antenne. Auch die Montags-Sendung um 17 Uhr MEZ/CET
wird nun // auf 6070 kHz und auf 7440 kHz abgestrahlt.

Die zusaetzliche Frequenz verspricht vor allem in Nord-Deutschland und
Europa-Randgebieten besseren Empfang als die 6070 kHz, die vor allem fuer
den Nahbereich konzipiert ist. Fuer die Abendsendung duerfte nun fast
weltweiter Empfang moeglich sein, fuer Testsendungen liegen bereits erste
Empfangsberichte aus Neuseeland vor.

Wir bitten alle Hoererinnen und Hoerer, die neue zusaetzliche Frequenz von
RADIO DARC zu beachten und Empfangsberichte zu senden.

Auch gibt es ab sofort zwei weitere Sendeplaetze auf Buerger-Radios
auf UKW.

Fuer Hoererinnen und Hoerer im Grossraum Berlin wird RADIO DARC ab
Freitag{Friday}, den 9. November um 15 Uhr MEZ/CET im Wechsel mit
'Welle370' vom Verein Funkerberg Koenigs Wusterhausen
via 'ALEX RADIO Berlin' auf 91.0 MHz FM zu hoeren sein.

Im Norden Thueringens steht ab dem 7. November ebenfalls ein neuer
Sendepartner zur Verfuegung. 'RADIO ENNO' aus Nordhausen wird kuenftig
das DX-Magazin des DARC immer mittwochs{Wednesdays}  um 21 Uhr MEZ/CET
auf UKW FM 100.4 MHz verbreiten.

Mit diesen neuen zusaetzlichen UKW-Sendeplaetzen ist RADIO DARC nun fuer
rund 6 Millionen Menschen in Deutschland terrestrisch auf UKW zu
empfangen.

Fuer den Grossraum Hamburg erfolgt seit Oktober ebenfalls eine Aussendung
auf UKW und DAB+ via 'TIDE RADIO' auf 96.0 MHz FM.
Darueber berichtet Rainer Englert, DF2NU.
(DARC, Redaktion CQ DL Deutschland-Rundspruch 45/2018, 45. KW, Nov 8,
via df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews)

GERMANY   7440 kHz from Rohrbach Bavaria ?

7440.003 kHz on November 4 at 1030 UT on the air:

Irgend solch ein Netherlands Konserve programm laeuft gerade.

S=6 oder -92dBm - distanzmaessig weiter weg in Steiermark Austria /
NorthWestern Hungary SDR's.

Beim DARC Amberg Bayern remote SDR unit dagegen S=4 oder -100dB
duenne Signalstaerke. Ja gut; im 41 meterband im winter darf man im
Nahbereich nichts erwarten.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 4)

GERMANY   Low power hobby radio. Universe Radio on new erected 7440 kHz
via Channel292 Shortwave Broadcast Schedule, Nov 4th 2018, Live.

To celebrate six years of on-line radio we will do a live combination of
on-line and shortwave radio. In a seven hour special we will bring back
the sounds of the 70's, 80's, and 90's to the airwaves with of course a
touch of modern music. We will be transmitting through 7440 kHz, the new
Channel292 Frequency.

Thank you Rainer for setting it up again!

Times are in CET [UT +1hr]: [Sunday]

1100-1200  Hello Europe with Michiel Bouwmeester
1200-1400  Record Attic with Maurice van Ginderen
1400-1600  Full Throttle with Olaf Kerkhof
1600-1800  Panic Show Back in Time with M Bouwmeester & Bennito Mol
source:

<http://www.universeradio.nl/index.php/shortwave/>

(via Harald Kuhl-D DL1ABJ, Germany, BrDXC ng Oct 16)
(BC-DX 1360, 1 Nov 2018)

Tomorrow, the 4ht of November, it is once again Shortwave time.
Starting at 1000 UTC we will be broadcasting on 7440 kHz,
the new channel 292 frequency.

We will hope that you all will join us in a great day of oldies, hits and
indie music!

1000-1100 Hello Europe
1100-1300 The Record Attic
1300-1500 Full Throttle
1500-1700 The Panic Show

7440 kHz

Best regards, met vriendelijke groet,

Michiel Bouwmeester
Wilhelminalaan 51
4872 BW Etten-Leur
The Netherlands
phone +31683949249

<www.universeradio.nl>

(via Vasily Lazarev, Samarskaya oblast-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx")

GUINEA/SAUDI ARABIA   9650  Radio Guinee is now covered by Saudi Arabia in
the evenings. Still audible weakly in the background, // to the webstream
that can be found at

<https://rtgkoloma.info/>

Weak with African music, 4 Nov at 2049 UT. The Saudis are gone at re-check
at 2206 UT, Guinea with fair signal now with the news in French, still // 
webstream.
(Eike Bierwirth-D, hcdx & dxld Nov 4)

Checked this channel on Nov 9 at 1545 UT, noted in Germany, UAE
and Delhi-IND remote SDRs.

9650.002 kHz R Guinea Conakry program underneath, but more powerful
9650.041 kHz odd frequency from Riyadh Saudi Arabia on this new B-18
channel. S=9+5dB strength here in southern Germany.
Rather weak signal at S=5 level on short skip zone in Qatar.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 9)

INDIA   11560 kHz  AIR Bangalore booming in at S=9+ with subcontinental
vocals at 1520 UT. Listed language is Pashto. ID in English by woman into
a newscast in English language at 1530 UT. ID in En again at 1537 UT,
then what sounded like an ad in Hindi before sudden shutdown at 1538 UT.

This is 500 kW with Pakistan and Afghanistan listed as targets. Doing
a bit better than that this morning. Likely coming over the North Pole,
but no sign of flutter. SINPO - 55344.
(John Figliozzi-USA, DXplorer Nov 3)

INDIA    My Monitoring observations show that the following frequencies of
new two 100 kW SW transmitters of AIR Delhi [Khampur site ? ] used for
External Services is not heard lately. 7250, 7380, 7505, 7555, 9835, 9950,
11620 kHz.

Only 4870 kHz is heard now. DRM service from AIR Bengaluru on SW is also
not heard lately (they are on AM mode now).
(Jose Jacob-IND  VU2JOS, DXindia ng Oct 23)

Noted totally distorted audio signal on 11710 kHz, probably AIR Khampur
Persian bcast. Always something wrong with AIR service. Nov 3 at 1630 UT.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 3)

IRAN    IRIB English Radio (IRIB Funk Bahasa Inggeris)

Dies kam zurueck nach einem Bericht an IRIB Tehran.
Der Bericht wurde geschickt am Nov 02.

Dear Horst,
Thank you again for being in touch with our radio.

Today is the first day of Mr. Trump's imposed oil and financial sanctions
on Iran.

Do you think it will have any effect on my country 's economy and market?

Do you think Iran will be able to resist against the restrictions?
(HM in A-DX ng via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 4)

IRAN   11870  IRIB. Noviembre 3. 2028-2120 UT. Identificacion de la
emisora y lectura de las nuevas frecuencias y los horarios del servicio en
espanol. Luego noticiero con informaciones acerca de la declaracion del
Ayatola Irani, la declaracion de Venezuela acerca de los Estados Unidos,
la marcha de migrantes centroamericanos, Conferencia de Rogers Waters en
Uruguay, Causa palestina y agresiones del regimen de Israel, Atentado de
DAESH en Egipto en contra de Cristianos Coptos, Informaciones acerca de
Arabia Saudi y el periodista asesinado, luego se habla del Conflicto en
Yemen, el proceso soberanista de Cataluna y la inauguracion de la embajada
de Republica Dominicana en China. Desde las 2047 UT, se emite el segmento
cultural con referencia a los libros de registros de viajes, junto al
relato historico de unas ciudades de Azerbaiyan, los registros de Marco
Polo, la visita de un viajero musulman a Iran durante la Edad Media.

A las 2103 UT, se emite el segmento: "Una pregunta y una respuesta" acerca
de los hombres buenos y el paraiso, entre otros aspectos como el buen
comportamiento. A las 2115 UT, se emite un aviso de los horarios y
frecuencias del servicio en espanol, la direccion de la pagina web junto a
la despedida de la emision. SINPO: 45444, desde las 2110 UT con SINPO:
55444.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

KOREA D.P.R.   11735 kHz. VOK. Nov 2, 0300-0400 UT. Himno nacional,
Cancion del General Kim Il Sung y Cancion del General Kim Jong Il. Desde
las 0308 UT, se emite un boletin informativo de la actividad del Mariscal
Kim Jong Un sobre la construccion de una zona turistica, de las avenidas y
de las oficinas publicas cercanas a la costa, junto a la forestacion de la
zona turistica Wonsan-Kalma, ademas de la construccion del agua termal de
Yangdok, conjuntamente a la construccion de una casa de reposo por parte
del Ejercito Popular.

Luego se nombra de actividades diplomaticas celebradas entre Rusia y
Corea, entre otros paises como Mongolia. A las 0325 UT, se habla de la
Idea Juche, luego se realizan comentarios internacionales. Desde las 0332
UT, se emite un espacio musical. A las 0344 UT se lee un articulo. Desde
las 0349 UT se vuelve a un espacio musical hasta las 0355 UT cuando se
entregan los horarios y frecuencias del servicio en espanol. SINPO: 55444.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

KOREA D.P.R.   13760 kHz. VOK. Nov 4, 0300-0357 UT. Himno nacional,
Cancion del General Kim Il Sung y Cancion del General Kim Jong Il. Luego
informaciones de las actividades del Mariscal Kim Jong Un como la
participacion en un evento artistico realizado por una delegacion de China
y Corea, junto a las muestras de devocion. A las 0315 UT se habla de los
articulos publicados en Congo Democratico y Rusia, la clausura de una
exposicion internacional en Pyongyang, exitos por parte de un hospital
oftalmologicos, junto a la descripcion del recibimiento de a una
delegacion artistica de China y el concierto de la Orquesta Samjiyon.

Luego se habla del regreso de jugadores en Uzbekistan, Protestas
antiestadounidense en Surcorea y critica al Partido "Corea Libre". Luego
espacio de musica. A las 0340 UT, se lee una declaracion del presidente
del Partido Comunista de Rusia sobre el Mariscal Kim Jong Un y de los
Lideres Kim Il Sung y Kim Jong Il, junto a las alusiones de medios de
comunicacion rusos. Desde las 0343 UT, se vuelve a un espacio musical.
SINPO: 55444.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

KOREA REP OF  {South}   15575. KBS Kimjae. Nov 1. 0219-0300 UT. Programa
"Corea a diario" sobre el aumento de la cantidad de mascotas. Luego
espacio musical. A las 0225 UT, se emite: "Literatura en audio: La
Vegetariana" sobre los eventos en un hospital y acerca de una tienda. A
las 0230 UT se vuelve al programa "Corea a diario" con informaciones sobre
las visitas a una Isla al Sur de Corea, el comportamiento de consumo por
parte de admiradores fotografos. A las 0237 UT se emite un espacio de
musica. Desde las 0240 UT se emite: "Coreano en dramas" con la frase: "?Me
haces un favor?". A las 0244 UT se emite el programa "Al son de Corea" con
musica del siglo XX, especialmente de fusion entre elementos folcloricos y
otros procedentes de la cultura occidental como el jazz. SINPO: 35443.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

KUWAIT   11629.757 kHz on Nov 2 at 1430 UT, R. Kuwait with Qur'an but also
slightly weaker audio of something else in Arabic talk, music; presumably
a different RK program, obviously mixed into single off-frequency
transmitter modulation. Something's always wrong.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Nov 2)

11629.758 kHz much ODD frequency. Radio Kuwait Arabic HQ prayer at
1415 UT, scheduled 13-16 UT. S=9-10dB or -60dBm signal strength on
sidelobe in Bavaria, southern Germany. 12 kHz wideband audio transmission.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 4)

15270 kHz, Nov 2 at 1324-1325.5* UT, IS ending VOT German almost on-
frequency, and today it takes only a minute for 12035 kHz to come up by
*1326.5 UT, also near-frequency with IS and English IDs. Turkish service
continues on, close to 15350 kHz at 1348 UT check, while 11815.0 kHz is
still clear for NHK in Japanese. At 1400 UT, TRT has QSYed and now the
transmitter is way off, 11815.7 kHz, S=9+10dB with R. Japan making a
considerable het. So was it really the same transmitter which just closed
15350 kHz without being 0.7 kHz away?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Nov 2)

KYRGYZ REPUBLIC   Um 1759 UT Hymne des Landes
                  und abendlicher Sendeschluss ?
                  von Kyrgyztelekom:

4010.177 KGZ  Birinchi Radio Krasnaya Rechka Bishkek 1758-1800 UT,
S=9+5dB, und auch Sendeschluss des TWR Afghan Evangelen Ablegers
Afghan Pashto religious program "Radio Sedaye Zindagi" via Bishkek site.
5129.95 kHz auch S=9+5dB, alles in Athen gehoert, vor 1800 UT Nov 6.

report to:  <public -at- ktrk.kg>      or
            <ktrksite -at- gmail.com>  or
            <office-rrtc -at- ktrk.kg>

Answer received from

Ms. Cholpon Temirbekova
International Relations and Protocol Department Officer
Public Broadcasting Corporation of the Kyrgyz Republic
59, Jash Gvardiya boulevard
720010 Bishkek
Kyrgyz Republic

Mobile: +996706030794  Office: +996312655662
<montecristoyanni -at- gmail.com>  <www.ktrk.kg>

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 6)

LIBERIA   6049.98 kHz  ELWA Monrovia presumed to be the one here from
2042 UT tune-in to 2203 UT tune-out, with Christian sermons in
African-accented English and gospel music. Initially poor, but grew to
good by the end. There were announcements just past the top of each
hour, but if there were IDs in there, I didn't pick them out.
(My ears aren't what they used to be.)
(Art Delibert-MD-USA, hcdx Nov 4)

6049.985 kHz  Radio ELWA, Monrovia-LBR, tiny signal into southern Germany
at 0620 UT on Nov 6.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 6)

MEXICO   6185 kHz, Nov 3 at 0201 UT, NO signal from XEPPM; oh-oh.
Already on standard time, should now be running until s/off circa 0600* UT
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx Nov 3)

6185.002 kHz  XEPPM Mexico City is on air noted 23.55 UT during 'walk'
on 49 mb, S=4-5 here across the Atlantic in Germany. Oct 3.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 3)

MOLDOVA   [to KURDISTAN in Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria]

11530 kHz  R. Denge Welat, Radiotelecentr (PRTC) transmitter Grigoriopol
Maiac in Kurdish, Sept 29. At 0739-0812 UT, Radio host interviews other
men (long talking, mentioning Kurdistan, Tirkiye), Radio host talk, music
pause at 0753 UT, other man ID as Radio Denge Welat, song pause, Kurdish
slow song with strings music, with man talk over it at its beginning; time
pips at 0800 UT, brief music pause, man reading news with music breaks
(ment. Kurdistan, Iraq, Syria, Pakistan); heard in Ssb and AM with aux
audio filter and S=9+10dB of peak, lite qsb and rustle at times, very
good.

11530 kHz  R. Denge Welat, Radiotelecentr (PRTC) transmitter Grigoriopol
Maiac in Kurdish, Oct 20, at 0743-0806 UT man talk, man radio host talk,
music pause at 0751 UT, man brief announcement, music break, other man
long announcements with several IDs (Radyo Denge Welat), frequency quote
(some ment. kiloherz), phone and web site, music pauses, man announcements
over music, Kurdish chant with typical instrumental music, woman ID and
announcement some seconds before 0800 UT, time pips, music break into man
reading news with music breaks, heard in usb, lite qsb with rustle at
times, very good.
(Gianni Serra-ITA, dxld Oct 29)

NEW ZEALAND   5980 kHz, on Oct 27 at 1421 UT, RNZI is still here with
poor signal this late after SR here, on the last day of A-18. Tomorrow
with B-18, it's to be on 7390 kHz from 1300 UT, which should be better
for us.

Full sked: RNZI Rangitaiki B-18 schedule 28 Oct 2018 - 31 March 2019

<https://www.radionz.co.nz/international/listen>

   UTC     kHz  Target  Days
0000-0358 15720 Pacific Daily
0359-0558 13730 Pacific Daily
0559-1058  9765 Pacific Daily
1059-1258  9700 Solomon Islands PNG Daily
1259-1650  7390 Pacific Sun-Fri
1259-1758  7390 Pacific Sat
1651-1750  5975 DRM Cook Islands Samoa Tonga Sun-Fri
1751-1834  7285 DRM Cook Islands Samoa Tonga Sun-Fri
1759-1858  9780 Pacific Sat
1835-1950  9780 DRM Cook Islands Samoa Tonga Sun-Fri
1859-1958 11725 Pacific Sat
1951-2050 13840 DRM Tonga, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands Sun-Fri
1958-2058 13840 Pacific Sat
2051-0000 15720 Pacific Sun-Fri
2059-0000 15720 Pacific Sat
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 29)

NIGERIA/FRANCE/UK/USA   11580 kHz Nov 8 at 2042 UT, no signal from R.
Nigeria, Kaduna, via WRMI Okeechobee Florida, scheduled 2000-2300 UT.

Ivo Ivanov, back after more than a month of silence, points out that
besides WRMI relays, RN,K is also scheduled via ISSoudun, France:

05-07 UT  7335 kHz
07-09 UT 13840 kHz
11-15 UT 17690 kHz
20-23 UT  7235 kHz (-21 CCI with Romania).
These cover same timespans as RMI 11580 kHz, also 05-09 & 11-15 UT.

7335 kHz, Nov 9 at 0552 UT check, guess what:
JBA carrier under heavy pulse jamming by CUBA against an ex-Radio Marti
frequency. Something's always wrong.

Kai Ludwig replies: "So who is the financier of these Issoudun
transmissions? FRCN Kaduna itself is so short of money that they can
hardly operate their own Jaji transmitters anymore (so it was probably not
even an equipment failure that silenced 6090 kHz again earlier this year):

<https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/fgs-information-agencies-groan-under-poor-
funding.html>

Kai". Viz.:
"FRCN Kaduna, which was hitherto a leading source of information to many
Hausa speakers in Nigeria and neighbouring countries, is now a shadow of
itself. The Radio Kaduna, as popularly called, does not operate full hours
because it cannot afford diesel to run its transmitter in Jaji. "Whenever
our transmitter in Jaji is off because of power supply, the radio station
goes off air. The transmitter guzzles diesel that the station's meagre
resources can't afford," a senior staff of the station said".
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld & hcdx Nov 9)

re  R Kaduna Nigeria relay via TDF Issoudun France.
> "who is the financier of these Issoudun transmissions? "

My strong feeling is, that shortwave service relay via Issoudun is payed
by EU Brussels budget, or even of France/Germany's secret services to
strengthen the Muslim government there in Central and West Africa.

Similar help of French govt goes to TDA Algiers Arabic language program on
shortwave 49, 41, and 31 mb since a past decade or so.

Covers Sahel Sahara zone with the Algiers program to the locals to
stabilize the authoritiy govts there - since a decade or much longer.

7335even F__  Radio Nigeria Kaduna Hausa language sce via TDF Issoudun
              bcast center. S=9 at 0555 UT. Male voice program,
              but hefty suffered by powerful splatter of near-by
              BBCWS Woofferton UK signal on
7345even, latter S=9+20dB powerful strength.

(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 9)

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS   Category 5 Super Typhoon Yutu slams
Tinian Island, home of an IBB relay site.

<https://weather.com/storms/typhoon/news/2018-10-24-super-typhoon-yutu-
mariana-islands-guam-western-pacific>

Is anyone hearing IBB relays from the island?
(Ethan Best, KC9YDN, Oct 24, dxld Oct 29)

Viz., partially:
Super Typhoon Yutu has weakened slightly but remains a powerful Category 4
storm as it traverses the Philippine Sea en route to Southeast Asia. Yutu
was the strongest typhoon of record to pass over the islands of Saipan and
Tinian in the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

Yutu left behind major damage in Saipan and Tinian in what is being called
the worst case scenario for the islands. For more details on impacts, see
the link below.
(via dxld Oct 29)

Re: Category 5 Super Typhoon Yutu slams Tinian Island, home of
an IBB relay site.

Further reports say Saipan was just as hard hit as Tinian:

more: Latest Updates on Damage From Yutu
<https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2018-10-24-typhoon-yutu-
impacts-northern-mariana-islands>

Does anyone have any official info from IBB, about Tinian status? What
about nearby Saipan; is it scathed or not? Seems only Tinian is in the
news about this. How about the private stations on Guam?

If TIN is out of service, as many transmissions as possible could be
transferred to other sites such as Saipan, Tinang, Udorn,
{Tinang Philippines, wb.}  and we would never know which by listening
without any local IDs.

I then make an inquiry to the manager of the Marianas stations:

"What is the status of the Kamosa stations?
Presumably off air due to no power, or generator backup?
Damage heavy?
Transmissions switched to other sites?
Details?
Hope staff are OK."

Reply from William Martin, manager:

"Glenn, Both stations were completely wiped out. Antennas mangled,
roofs partially torn off, fence lines flattened. Both sites will be
off air a minimum 6 months, possibly up to a year.

I am working with the Philippines government to provide a temporary
RFA broadcast authority. I've recruited embassy assistance to help
push, but we may not hear anything until next week. A huge mess in the
CNMI. Will"

He then forwards some of the first photos from Tinian, labeled
microwave shelters:

<http://www.w4uvh.net/TinianYutuDamage1.jpg>

<http://www.w4uvh.net/TinianYutuDamage2.jpg>

Note: previously I have generally filed in dxld as SAIPAN and TINIAN
separately rather than as Northern Mariana Islands.

More info on the damage, from Mica F Cochran of USAGM - not sure from
which island, if there be any difference, Saipan and Tinian:

"Glen[n], Heavy Damage and couldn't transmit if we had power.

Antennas severally damaged, site facilities damaged.
Generator issues due to water intrusion, and so on.
I could write you a book.
That said, everyone is o.k. but up to our necks in everything
imaginable. V/R"

And from Glenn Swiderski, NC-USA: "Wow! Bet they're happy they trashed
Delano and Dixon now. The stations on Tinian and Saipan were built in
nothing more than steel Butler buildings. Imagine a shortwave station
in a garage. That's what they had.

What's great is the guy who the stations are named after
[Robert E. Kamosa] took great pride in shutting shortwave down.
We referred to him as "Dr. Death"".

As of late Oct 27, I cannot find anything on the IBB, BBG, USAGM or
VOA websites about Typhoon Yutu damage to their own SW transmitters
sites on Saipan and Tinian; just these general stories, illustrated,
really from AP:

<https://www.voanews.com/a/us-sends-aid-to-pacific-islands-devastated-by-
huge-typhoon/4631465.html>

<https://www.voanews.com/a/northern-marianas-slammed-super-typhoon-yutu-
face-slow-recovery/4629555.html>

WRTH 2018 shows only two MW stations in the CNMI, both 1.1 kW on
Saipan, KCNM 1080 kHz and KKMP 1440 kHz, which just happen to end in zero
to match US autos; and 9 FM stations. How are they? BTW, one of them,
89.9 MHz FM KORU relays KSDA-FM Guam (not the SW programming)
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 29)

Tho we know both SAIpan and TINian are out of commission for many months
at least, latest B-18 HFCC dated Nov 8 still shows many transmissions from
them.

Some have surely been moved to other sites now following Typhoon Yutu
destruxion, others just off, but USAGM has failed to update registrations
and does not answer my requests for accurate new info.
Confidentiality about this cannot be justified
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Nov 9)

PERU   4747 kHz. RADIO HUANTA 2000. Nov 2, 2349-2359 UTC.
Propaganda naturista, luego aviso de academia de ingles. SINPO: 55444.

4920 kHz. LA VOZ DEL PUEBLO. Nov 4, 0110-0120 UT. Musica.
SINPO: 35343.

5025 kHz. R. QUILLABAMBA. Nov 4. 0120-0130 UT. Musica con saludos varios,
especialmente de cumpleanos. SINPO: 55544.

5980 kHz. R. CHASKI. Noviembre 2. 2320-2330 UT. Musica. Desde las 2324
avisos de la emisora y musica intercalada. SINPO: 35343.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

SAUDI-ARABIA   9650  Radio Guinee is now covered by Saudi Arabia in the
evenings. Still audible weakly in the background, // to the webstream that
can be found at

<https://rtgkoloma.info/>

Weak with African music, 4 Nov at 2049 UT. The Saudis are gone at re-check
at 2206 UT, Guinea with fair signal now with the news in French, still //
webstream.

New channel (for me) for Holy Quran service on 7425 kHz, 4 Nov at 2000 UT.
Registered 1900-2300 UT. Strong, with Bible Voice Network MBR FMO, from
ORS Moosbrunn Austria weak in the background (until 1930-2015 UT Suns
only) and some splatter from 16 kHz wide CRI on 7415 kHz. // 11915 kHz
(fair), 11820 kHz (strong). Still going on at 2210 UT with HQ.

New channel (for me) for General Service on 9650 kHz, 4 Nov at 2037 UT.
Registered only 1400-1800 UT, but still active. Call-in program in Arabic,
strong with Guinea Conakry weak in the background. // 9555 kHz (very
strong), 9870 kHz(strong). Gone at re-check at 2206 UT.
(Eike Bierwirth-D, hcdx & dxld Nov 4)

SLOVENIA/GREECE   MW 1170 kHz  Radio Capodistria, 1602 UT on Nov 6, O=2,
ID / mx / Nachrichten, zeitweise starkes Rauschen und Fading
(Horst Mehrlich-HNG, QTH Bardudvarnok / HNG, RX AOR 7030/FCD2)

re 1170 kHz Radio Capodistria, Slovenia. Da senden noch mehr, gehoert
in Athen Griechenland im Zweifel?
TWR Manzini Swaziland  ? 1169.986 kHz ?,
und UAE 1170.0 kHz, S=9+25dB Signalstaerke.

Dagegen im SDR remote rx at Doha Qatar der UAE Arabischsender mit
einem S=9+45dB powerhouse signal.

Die Griechen direkt in Athen gehoert:

 729.010 GRC ERA Athens Bogianti site, S=9+35dB at 1731 UT on Nov 6.
1007.992 GRC // ERA Corfu Kerkyra, S=9+35dB 1736 UT. Telefongespraech.
1404.006 GRC Komotini, eastern Greece on Turkish border. 1746 UT S=9.

da bin ich mir aber nicht sicher, ein Signal bei:
1511.996 aber eher nicht GRC Chania Crete isl., at 1749 UT, nur S=7-8.

Um 1858 UT dort ein Arabisch HQ Prayer, auch eine andere schwache Station
auf 1511.991 kHz.
Also, der Kreta Sender ist abends zumindest nicht in der Luft.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 6)

SPAIN   All 4 frequencies of REE Noblejas active with football commentary,
4 Nov at 2029 UT: 9690 kHz (strong, with het by Nigeria), 11685 kHz
(weak), 11940 kHz (very strong), 12030 kHz (fair).
(Eike Bierwirth-D, hcdx Nov 4)   all 4 fqs also on air Nov 8 around 20 UT

SPAIN   9690 // 11940 kHz, Fri Nov 2 at 2210 UT, REE Noblejas to the
Americas, S=9+30dB and S9 resp., with Castilian discussion about sports.
I keep missing the M/W/F 2300 UT English broadcast, inconvenient time for
me, and Richard Langley confirms it signs off at 0300 UT before English
can repeat. Virtually inaudible by then, anyway.

11685 // 12030 kHz, Fri Nov 2 at 2210 UT, REE to ME/Africa, S1 and S6-7
resp., *separate* non-// talk from the other two frequencies, 2212 UT this
about "lo que suthede en Africa", story about bendithion, Jesus, reporting
from Guinea Ecuatorial (ex-colony of Spain), on 'Africa Hoy'.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx Nov 3)

SPAIN   REE Noblejas noted a tiny sidelobe signal on 11685 kHz on Nov 3,
seemingly South America service of REE Noblejas
on weekends from 15 or 16 UT onwards ?

Also both Riyadh outlets towards Yemen national war area on air,
at same time 11745 and 11860 kHz.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 3)

SPAIN   9690 // 11940 kHz, Fri Nov 2 at 2210 UT, REE Madrid from Noblejas
to the Americas, S=9+30dB and S9 resp., with Castilian discussion about
sports. I keep missing the Mon/Wed/Fri 2300 UT English broadcast,
inconvenient time for me, and Richard Langley-NB-CAN confirms it signs off
at 0300 UT before English can repeat. Virtually inaudible by then, anyway.

11685 // 12030 kHz, Fri Nov 2 at 2210 UT, REE Noblejas to ME/Africa, S1
and S6-7 resp., *separate* non- // talk from the other two frequencies,
2212 UT this about "lo que suthede en Africa", story about bendithion,
Jesus, reporting from Guinea Ecuatorial (ex-colony of Spain),
on 'Africa Hoy'.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Nov 2)

SPAIN    REE Noblejas resumes foreign languages on SW.

Confirmation last night of the very welcome return of foreign
languages on shortwave from Radio Exterior de Espana.

REE English was heard here last night (29 Oct) at 2300-2330 UT
followed by French starting at 2330 UT on 9690 and 12030 kHz
- only 9690 kHz audible here with 12030 kHz very weak.

Towards the end of the programme, several songs about radio were
played "to celebrate our return to the radio". The announcer said that
English as well as Arabic, French, Portuguese, Russian and Sefardic
have returned to the airwaves "thanks to the efforts of Radio
Exterior's new management under our new director, old colleague
Antonio Buitrago"

The English schedule was announced as 2300 UT Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, repeated at 0300 UT on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

This is confirmed by the online programme schedule which also give the
times of some of the other languages

<http://www.rtve.es/radio/radio-exterior/programacion/>
(NB: this schedule is in Spanish time - subtract one hour for UT)

The repeat English broadcast at 0300 UT needs confirming as according to
REE's earlier frequency announcement shortwave broadcasts stop at 0300 UT,
although HFCC shows 9690 kHz continuing until 0400 UT.

The English programme can be downloaded at

<http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/emision-en-ingles/>

This confusingly states, "English Language Broadcast Martes, jueves y
sabado da las 23.00 horas UT y las 03.00 horas UT"

So there is some confusion about the schedule at REE but the good news
is that foreign languages from Spain are back on short wave!
(Dave Kenny, Caversham, Berks-UK, BrDXC-UK ng & dxld Oct 30)

Note that the full schedule does not give any program titles for
English; claims Portuguese instead of Russian at 19h HOE,
and Sefardi {middle ages mixture Spanish Jewish language, wb.}
is weekly only on Sundays at 2230 UT.

The English archive briefly gives the topic of each one; note that all
are a bit over 30 minutes long, a few much over, like 34, 37, 41 mins.
This may be inconvenient to fit into SW slots.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 29)

SRI LANKA   15179.877v kHz on Oct 29 at 1443 UT, way off-frequency JBA;
It's AWR via SLBC Trincomalee relay site, scheduled at 1430-1500 UT,
125 kW at 45 degrees in KxF language which EiBi's readme.txt shows means
Manumanaw Karen / Kawyaw / Kayah: Myanmar with (10,000) speakers.
How many have been converted to SDA already, and counting?

9739.918v kHz on Oct 29 at *1500 UT, AWR theme after a few seconds
overlap-hetting RB Australia, q.v. It's Nepali language until 1530 UT,
125 kW, 15 degrees from SLBC Trincomalee relay.
Are any of their frequencies accurate?
Seems like originally they were; what happened?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 29)

re:  Are any of their frequencies accurate?

Yes out of three 250 kW TX units of former DWL Bonn/Berlin Germany relay
site:

15430even kHz frequency at 1322 UT on Nov 9, S=9+5dB AWR Nepali sce
scheduled at 1300-1330 UT, noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND.

11934.902 kHz at 1315 UT on Nov 9, S=9 AWR Chinese sce, 13-14 UT,
noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND.

11945even kHz at 1338 UT on Nov 9, S=8 AWR Hmong sce[on Fris],
1330-1400 UT, noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND.

15179.874 kHz at 1448 UT on Nov 9, S=8 AWR Karen,
1430-1500 UT, noted on remote SDR unit in Seoul-KOR.

15215even kHz at 1453 UT on Nov 9, S=8 AWR Burmese,
1430-1500 UT, noted on remote SDR unit in Seoul-KOR.

9739.921 kHz at 1505 UT on Nov 9, S=8 AWR Nepalese sce,
1500-1530 UT, noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND.

15250 kHz at 1508 UT on Nov 9, scheduled S=8 AWR Mizo sce,
BUT NOT ON AIR  when checked  Friday Nov 9, 1500-1530 UT.

11985even kHz at 1550 UT on Nov 9, S=9+25dB AWR Tibetan sce,
on Thur/Fri only. Annmt "Serengi Radio", flute mx.
1530-1600 UT, noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND
and Doha Qatar.

12034.901 kHz at 1554 UT on Nov 9, S=9+35dB powerhouse signal
AWR Marathi to India sce, 1530-1600 UT,
noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND.

11750even kHz at 1635 UT on Nov 9, S=9 SLBC Sinhala sce
to Indian subcontinent and UAE/ARS states to the foreign worker there.
1630-1830 UT, noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND
and Doha Qatar.

15359.877 kHz at 1640 UT on Nov 9, S=8-9  AWR Pashto sce
to AFG/IRN target, 1630-1700 UT,
noted on remote SDR unit in New Delhi-IND.

15155.004 kHz at 1845 UT on Nov 9, S=3 -106dBm poor sidelobe signal
          of West Africa sce at 255degr. AWR English, 1830-1900 UT,
          noted on remote SDR unit in U.K. far away distance.

 9540even kHz at 2100-2200 UT on Nov 9, AWR in Chinese, S=9+15dB.
          Checked in Seoul-KOR remote SDR at 2130 UT Nov 9

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 9)

B-18 taken from Aoki Nagoya-JPN  Perseus userlist:

 9510  0000-0030  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Tha Trincomalee 1-7
11905  0030-0100  CLN SRI LANKA BC        Hin Trincomalee 1-7
15625  0100-0130  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Chi Trincomalee 67
15625  0100-0130  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Amo Trincomalee 12345
11905  0115-0230  CLN SRI LANKA BC        Hin Trincomalee 1-7
15625  0130-0200  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Chi Trincomalee 7
15625  0130-0200  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Can Trincomalee 1-6
15500  0300-0330  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Oro Trincomalee 1-7
15500  0400-0430  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Amh Trincomalee 1-7
17780  0500-0600  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Ara Trincomalee 1-7
 9720  1115-1215  CLN SRI LANKA BC        Tam Trincomalee 1-7
15610  1130-1200  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Sha Trincomalee 1-7
15400  1200-1230  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Mon Trincomalee 1-7
11825  1200-1300  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Kor Trincomalee 1-7
15430  1230-1300  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Mei Trincomalee 146
15430  1230-1300  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Ben Trincomalee 2357
15430  1300-1330  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Nep Trincomalee 1-7
11935  1300-1400  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Chi Trincomalee 1-7
11945  1330-1400  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Mal Trincomalee 237
11945  1330-1400  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Hmo Trincomalee 56
11945  1330-1400  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Ass Trincomalee 14
15180  1430-1500  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Kar Trincomalee 1-7
15215  1430-1500  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Bur Trincomalee 1-7
 9740  1500-1530  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Nep Trincomalee 1-7
15250  1500-1530  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Miz Trincomalee 1-7
11985  1530-1558  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Eng Trincomalee 12347
11985  1530-1558  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Tib Trincomalee 56
12035  1530-1600  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Mar Trincomalee 1-7
11985  1600-1630  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Urd Trincomalee 1-7
15360  1630-1700  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Sin Trincomalee 1357
15360  1630-1700  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Pas Trincomalee 246
11750  1630-1830  CLN SRI LANKA BC        Sin Trincomalee 1-7
15155  1830-1900  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Eng Trincomalee 1-7
 9540  2100-2200  CLN ADVENTIST WORLD R.  Chi Trincomalee 1-7

SWAZILAND   11659.976 kHz, odd fq of TWR Africa from Manzini Swaziland,
hopping +/- 2 Hertz up and down. At 1648 UT on Sats 1645-1700 UT in
Hadiyya language. 12.8 kHz wideband audio signal.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 3)

SYRIA   So far, Radio Damascus is active on 567 kHz from Adra / Damascus
and 783 kHz from Besira / Tartous.

Today, I noticed that it's active again on 936 kHz as well,
from Homs / Ter Maela transmission facility.

Recent news stated that 85% of Homs's northern suburbs "where the
transmitter is located" had been energized.
The Syrian regime regained control over that area recently

<http://ouruba.alwehda.gov.sy/node/273300?fbclid=IwAR1Tgia8MMMz9-
5JcIFyncyw8QDZEZjt5APeiKzz9oi2jOOn7aNpea-MbeE>

Best Regards, (Rawad Hamwi, Saudi Arabia?, dxld Oct 26)

TAIWAN   QSL received from the Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau Broadcast
in Chinese.

The Central Weather Bureau CWB from Taipei in Taiwan broadcast 24 + 7
weather forecast and Reports in Chinese on 5170 and 8113 kHz in SSB
mode, which I logged and reported with the audiofiles in CWB's website.

I received this beautiful QSL from CWB !
(Jawahar Shaikh-IND, hcdx Nov 7)

TANZANIA   11735even  Dole Zanzibar transmitter in Swahili language,
S=9 signal at 17.00 UT.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 3)

TURKEY   The fq offset
{one of five TXs at Emirler is always odd frequency}
continues in B-18, heard in French on 9625.7 kHz, 4 Nov at 2035 UT.
Info about the trio infernale - Trump, Putin, Erdogan.
ID as "TRT La Voix de Turquie". Strong with slight hum.
(Eike Bierwirth-D, hcdx & dxld Nov 4)

TURKEY   at 14.30 - 14.40 UT Nov 4:
9410even kHz exact fq, TRT Emirler in Russian, S=9+15dB strength.
Scheduled 14.00-14.56 UT.

9785.019 kHz TRT Voice of Turkey, Emirler site, in Kazakh language
scheduled 14.30-14.56 UT

11815.007 kHz TRT Voice of Turkey in Turkish via Emirler, football
soccer live coverage transmission. 14.37 UT on Nov 4.
S=8-9 reception here in Germany.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 4)

TURKEY/GUAM   12035.707, Oct 29 at 1408 UT, VOT English to WeEUR and NoAM
beyond, has jumped off-frequency, while 24 hours earlier it was close to
on 12035.0 kHz; S=9+10dB to S8.

I start to measure it during music but miss the Question of the almost-
over Month as a result; 1414 UT more filler with the multi-lingual ID
reel; more music and 1424 UT sign-off with outdated claim to be on
15450 kHz at 1230 UT !

IS plays until 1427:43 UT as some Turkic-language IDs start to be
interspersed, but hopefully off in time to complete QSY before 1430 UT.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 29)

Checked that channel on Nov 9 at 1350 UT, on remote SDRs in South Korea,
Japan, New Delhi-IND and in southern Germany.

12035.007 kHz  TRT Emirler English, S=9+30dB in Germany, 1330-1426 UT, and
12035.011 kHz  KSDA Guam AWR program in Thai language,
               both S=8 in Delhi India, bad mixture signal.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 9)

UNIDENIFIED   4869.904 kHz on Nov 9 at 1315 UT, very poor carrier, but
off-frequency attention-getting, since that's where RRI Wamena,
INDONESIA used to be, as last reported Febr 23, 2017 by Ron Howard,
DXLD 17-09. Ron found it missing after that but Atsunori Ishida last
logged it on April 3, 2017:

<http://web.archive.org/web/20170726001348/http://rri.jpn.org:80/dat/html/
2017/2017-04.html>

Other Indos have surprisingly reactivated lately; stranger things have
happened. AIR Kingsway had been on the + side of 4870 kHz but currently
not on before 1330 UT.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx Nov 9)

UAE   11720.115 kHz  Deutsche Welle Bonn Germany via Al Dhabbaya UAE relay
unit. On Oct 28 at 1356 UT, JBA fluttery off-frequency signal, perfectly
fitting for DHA site, B-18 scheduled to carry DW in Dari and Pashto at
1330-1430 UT on "11720" kHz.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 29)

11719.986 kHz at 1400 UT on Nov 9, S=9 sidelobe into southern Germany,
target meant is Afghanistan Central Asia.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 9)

UAE   Updates from Syria and Yemen Radios - [VOICE OF THE REPUBLIC]

Voice of the Republic was observed crash-starting on MW 1170 kHz
{probably via Al Dhabbaya UAE, wb} at 13:38 UT today (Sat 3 Nov).

Thanks Chris. I'm surprised VIRI/IRIB doesn't seem to have a specific
Arabic broadcast for Yemen, in the way they have for Bahrain and
Palestine. There's no mention of one in the frequency schedule on
their website, although the Bahrain transmission is not specified
there either, however Neda al-Bahrain does have its own website with
time and frequency details.
(David Kernick-UK, Interval Signals Online, dxld Nov 2 / 3)

Congratulations and thanks to Rawad, David, Kai and Roger for their
work on this story, which is something of a scoop!

I think there can be little doubt that 1170 kHz is from the 800 kW
transmitter at the Al-Dhabbaya site in the UAE.

I note that MWLIST says the station is on the air at 1400-0500 UT
(i.e. hours of darkness for skywave coverage of Yemen):

<https://www.mwlist.org/mwlist_quick_and_easy.php?area=1&kHz=1170>

The satellite feed is on Eutelsat 7 West A at 7.3 west, often (though
incorrectly) referred to in the Middle East as "Nilesat", because it
is in almost the same orbital position as Nilesat 201 at 7.0 west,
and many satellite users say they have a "Nilesat dish" pointing at
that position.
(Chris Greenway-UK,  Interval Signals Online, dxld Nov 3)

UK [and non]   Re: Babcock's Media Services to be sold Done:

<https://www.encompass.tv/encompass-completes-acquisition-babcocks-media-
services/>

The slim web presentation for their new offer:

<https://www.encompass.tv/radio-distribution/>

At least for now the old WRN/Babcock infrastructure is apparently
still active:

I just noted how at 1359 UT Deutsche Welle on 15215 kHz (via Emirates
Media) was interrupted for about ten seconds by the infamous loop that is
subject of the pop song

<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxquuedkKaM>

for no reason, there was no break in program audio that could have
triggered a silence detection.
(Kai Ludwig-D, shortwavesites yg via dxld Oct 29)

USA   7315 kHz. VOVietnam Hanoi via US relay  WHRI_1  Cypress Creek.
Nov 3, 0030-0100 UT.

Noticias sobre el TPP, agenda de debate de la Asamblea, Declaracion de
Vietnam acerca de las sanciones de Estados Unidos contra Cuba, Evento de
empresarios japoneses en Vietnam. A las 0039 UT, se emite un espacio de
noticias internacionales como: la visita del Presidente de Cuba a Rusia y
las sanciones de Estados Unidos a Cuba. Desde las 0042 UT, se emite el
segmento: "Cronica del dia" acerca de la cooperacion de Francia y Vietnam.
Luego se habla de la visita de un ministro venezonalo a Vietnam. Desde las
0053 UT se emite el segmento: "Vida en el campo" acerca de las artesanias
dentro de la cuarta revolucion industrial. SINPO: 55555.
(Claudio Galaz-CHL, hcdx Nov 5)

USA   5130   Universe Radio on Nov 10, 5130 kHz Live from Monticello via
WBCQ. Im Programm von Universe Radio gerade gehoert:
Ankuendigung einer 4h-Ausstrahlung via WBCQ:

siehe dazu hier:

<http://www.universeradio.nl/index.php/shortwave/>

"... Nov 10, 5130 kHz Live from Monticello, USA.

On November 10 we will be doing a live broadcast for the USA.
On 5130 kHz , provided by our friends from WBCQ, we will broadcasting from
1800~2200 UT (1900 ~ 2300 CET or 0100 ~ 0500pm EST)
1800-1900 UT Hello America by Michiel Bouwmeester
1900-2000 UT Universe Rocks by Fred Setters
2000-2200 UT Panic Show classics by Michiel Bouwmeester & Bennito Mol

Das waere dann naechstes Wochenende / Samstag. Ansonsten, der Macher:

<https://www.bndestem.nl/etten-leur/ettenaar-michiel-bouwmeester-viert-
eerste-lustrum-met-universe-radio~ac2c2f4a/>

Relativ aktuelle Bilder vom September diesen Jahres:

<http://www.wbcq.com/?p=1028>

(Roger Thauer-D, A-DX ng Nov 4)
see also on our WWDXC Hobby program list:
<https://www.wwdxc.de/swl.pdf>

USA   [AUSTRALIA non]   Unique Radio Upcoming changes to schedule from
Nov 10th [Saturdays only] via WINB 9265 kHz Red Lion Pennsylvania USA.

1000-1100 UT Sounds of your life hosted by Aussie Tim.
Oldies, obscure, Australian, Artist features 3 in a row.

1100-1130 UT Hobart Radio International hosted by Rob Wise.
Music and radio features from Tasmania Australia.

1130-1200 UT International Radio Report - Co Hosted by Sheldon.
Harvey & David Asselin & with special features from Gilles Letourneau.

1200-1230 UT World of Radio hosted by Glenn Hauser.
International shortwave radio and radio information with loggings.

(Aussie Tim, Unique Radio, Gunnedah NSW-AUS, dxld Oct 26)

USA   5085 kHz, S=9+30dB and parasite JBA spur carriers 5072.1 kHz
& 5097.9 kHz, Nov 3 at 1242 UT, WTWW-2 is on at this odd hour with
"Blue Velvet" has it been classic rock all night?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Nov 3)

USA   15555 kHz /USB mode, WJHR, FL, Milton, s/on including email address
and full call, & an Ident tune played on a banjo and into a preacher
recorded on Father's Day talking about 'fathers' including the one you'd
expect but also others, and reading from John.

The gist of her [sic] sermon was 'if God can love us, why can't we love
one another?' A good message if he [sic; trans??? gh] REALLY means it!

He never actually told us who he was, so I have no clue [nobody but John
Hill on this station! gh], but the audio continues to have a 1.9 kHz
'whistle' artifact that is notchable, either with a filter on the radio or
in an audio recording, but still, ANNOYING! The recording was a bit
muffled sounding. But my local noise is rather lower than usual. Did they
fix something while restoring the power outage from the weekend? Fingers
crossed.

Apparently Hurricane Michael didn't take out this station I have no idea
how close this site is to the storm's path, but it had to receive some
nastiness! 44+54+4 with whistle notched, an O of 3 without!
1355-1430 UT recorded as I got ready to leave for the office.

No sign of WINB in 19 metres where they supposedly are testing DRM on
weekday noontimes UT. 22 Oct.
(Kenneth Vito Zichi, Williamston MI-USA, dxld Oct 29)

17775 kHz, KVOH CA, with Religi-pop music and English Bible Teaching, that
was SANE, but not nearly so useful as the feature from Madagascar about
AIDS and public health. This would have been lost in the noise if the
power were on. An 'interesting' ID at 1726 UT "Radio is Love, this is the
Voice of Hope." Started out 2+5432+, but up to 35443+ by BoH.
At 1720-1730 UT on Oct 20.
(Kenneth Vito Zichi, Williamston MI-USA, dxld Oct 29)
English only on Saturdays (gh, dxld)

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More logs this Nov 4 morning.

Heard in central Europe, NJ/NY/MI remote US sites,
also in Edmonton Alberta Canada, from 07.15 to 08.57:30 UT.

5939.751 BRA  Voz Missionaria, Camboriu SC, religious singer group /
         music. S=8 or -81dBm signal at 0745 UT on Nov 4.

5955.007 BRA  UNID poor signal, probably R Gazeta Sao Paulo SP,
         at 0746 UT.

5970even USA  EWTN-WEWN Spanish, female voice prayer, S=9+10dB at 0747 UT.

6115even JAP  Nikkei 2 program, S=9+5dB -65dBm,
         in Alberta Canada remote SDR. 0748 UT on Nov 4.

6069.9865 CAN  CFRX Toronto, only S=5 weak in Alberta. 0749 UT on Nov 4.

7810.040 TWN  SOH Chinese at S=5 level in Canada remote. 0806 UT.

7795.400 JAP  JMH F3C transmission at S=7 level, 0808 UT on Nov 4.

7730even USA  RMI Okeechobee, English program, S=9+35dB strong broadcast,
         talk on brother Joseph, Church matter etc. at 0811 UT on Nov 4.

7579.993 KRE  Voice of Korea from Kujang, Japanese sce, S=9+10dB signal
         at 0812 UT on Nov 4. Female voice presenter.

7490.112 UNIDENTIFIED outlet, empty carrier S=8 at 0814 UT. WBCQ ?

7420even CHN  PBS Nei Menggu, Chinese, S=8-9 signal in Alberta, at 0816 UT
         on Nov 4 nice early-winter propagation dark zone path signal
         via Far East Russia, Alaska, into SDR unit in Alberta Canada.

7370even ALS  WCB KNLS Anchor Point English sce, S=9+25dB strong
         at 0818 UT on Nov 4, sermon in English, 10 kHz wide audio signal
         Excellent transmission.

7274.997 KOR  KBS Seoul Japanese sce via Kimjae transmission center,
         S=9+10dB at 0822 UT on Nov 4.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 4)

Some south Germany logs on Nov 6 at 0620-0700 UT:
 6049.985 kHz LBR  Radio ELWA, Monrovia, tiny signal into southern
          Germany at 0620 UT on Nov 6.
 5960 kHz terrible channel audio mixture of
          ASC  R Ndarasan Internat. at 0628 UT,
          and co-channel 124 Hertz hefty BUZZ tone interference
 5959.876 kHz odd fq of Radio Kuwait AR HQ program, both S=7-8
          mixture here in Germany remote SDR.  0200-0900 UT.
 5040even CUB  RHC Bauta in English language at 0644 UT, S=9+5dB.
 4949.992 UNID peak at 0648 UT, S=3 -108dBm western China domestic?
 4904.986 BRA  Probably ? R Relogio ? UNIDENTIFIED signal
          at 0650 UT this Nov 6. S=4 signal.
But much stronger
 4885.022 BRA  Likely Radio Clube do Para, Belem, nice music program,
          sweet female singer in BrasPortuguese, S=9+5dB power here
          in southern Germany, at dark path 0652 UT on Nov 6.

Latter much stronger on southern/central Atlantic Ocean path,
than North Americans WWCR 4839.996 kHz or RHC Bauta Cuba on 5040 kHz
at same time slot. Radio Rebelde Bauta Cuba 5025 kHz signal was stronger
than RHC 5040 kHz, today Nov 6 this 0645 UT morning.

On 60 meterband some strong 7 UTE services in 4700 to 5000 kHz range.
Mostly military STANAG digital block transmission, RTTY high speed
at 0658 UT on Nov 9.

Some south Greece/Qatar remote SDR logs on Nov 6 at 1600-1800 UT:

 5934.986 IRN  VoIRIB Zahedan, Pashto language scheduled 1620-1720 UT,
          noted S=9+10dB signal at 1712 UT on Nov 6.
 5959.913 CHN  PBS Xinjiang Chinese sce from Urumqi domestic bcast center
          S=9+10dB at 1717 UT on Nov 6.
 5965.018 TUR  TRT Emirler in Azeri language, Turkish girl pop singer
          program, scheduled 1630-1726 UT, S=9+5dB at 1720 UT Nov 6.
 5980.003 TUR  Vo Turkey, TRT Emirler, Turkish sce 1700-2156 UT,
          phone-in program, S=9+15dB at 1722 UT.
 5995even D__  BVB Arabic sce via MBR Nauen, 1710-1745 UT on Tuesday Nov 6
          10.5 kHz wideband audio block, S=9+45dB at 1726 UT powerhouse
          signal noted in remote Doha Qatar site.
 6110.004 IRN  IRIB Tehran via Sirjan site, Bosnian/Serbo-Croatian sce
          scheduled 1720-1820 UT, S=9+40dB powerhouse at 1728 UT.
          Many ID's heard.
 6180.098 UAE  IBRA Media, R Ibrahim in Somali language, via Al Dhabbaya
          bcast center site, 17-18 UT, S=9 noted in southern Germany.
 6195even OMA  BBCWS in English, via Al Seela Oman, S=9+50dB super strong
          signal in remote Greece unit. 1731 UT Newscast heard.

Die Griechen direkt in Athen Greece gehoert:

 729.010 GRC ERA Athens Bogianti site, S=9+65dB at 1734 UT on Nov 6.
1007.992 GRC // ERA Corfu Kerkyra, S=9+35dB 1736 UT. Phone-in progr.
1404.005 GRC Komotini, eastern Greece on Turkish border. 1746 UT Nov 6.
         S=9+35dB noted in Athens remote.

da bin ich mir aber nicht sicher, ein Signal bei:
1511.996 aber eher nicht GRC Chania Crete isl., at 1749 UT, nur S=7-8.

Um 1858 UT dort ein Arabisch HQ Prayer, auch eine andere schwache Station
auf 1511.991 kHz.
Also, der Kreta Sender ist abends zumindest nicht in der Luft.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 6)

Short morning log of Nov 9th, in Germany, Belgium and Doha Qatar remotes

4949.741 AGL  tentat. R Nacional Mulenvos, tiny string signal at 0500 UT
4774.772 SWZ  TWR Africa Manzini, English, religious chorus at 0505 UT,
         scheduled 05-07 UT, noisy static fluttery S=6 signal.
4839.997 USA  WWCR TN Phone-in program talk, on President, Democrats,
         recent US state election, Senators, etc. etc.
         At 0514 UT S=9+5dB here in southern Germany.
4861.787 UNID, seems rather UTE stn, S=5 fluttery at 0516 UT on Nov 9.
4885.024 BRA  The usual powerhouse, strongest Brazilian stn in 60 mb.
         Radio Clube de Belem do Para, S=9+5dB in peaks at 0519 UT,
         nice music program.
4904.987 UNID  maybe Brazilian R Relogio (?), fluttery S=4-5
         under threshold level.
4959.9975 STP  VOA Sao Tome, S=7-8 much fluttery signal at 0522 UT.
4974.902 UNID low modulated signal string at 0523 UT.
4985.010 BRA  Brasil Central Goiania, totally covered by RTTY UTE
         here in Germany SDR. 850 Hertz apart distance of high speed
         RTTY on center 4984.575 and 4985.425 kHz measured.
5005 some 1-2 Hertz on upper side flank measured,
         GNE  R Guinea Ecuatorial, Bata in Spanish language,
         poor S=5 signal here in Germany. 0525 UT Nov 9.
5085even USA  WTWW US stn, light singer + orchestra music, S=8+
3215even USA  WWCR Nashville TN, totally covered by high speed RTTY
         800 Hertz distance apart signals
         on centered 3214.600 and 3215.400 kHz at 0540 UT on Nov 9.
3185even USA  Totally covered by high speed UTE. Maybe carrier
         of WWRB (?) scheduled earlier on night ?
         UTE centered at 3184.750 and 3185.250 kHz, 500 Hertz apart.
3330even CAN  CHU Ottawa time signal in En/Fr language S=8-9 here in
         Germany at 0546 UT.
7450even F__ NHK Radio Japan Tokyo via TDF Issoudun relay 0530-0600 UT
         at 0552 UT Nov 9, French language female presenter,
         S=9 signal strength here in southern Germany

Both Asmara Eritrea TX again on air, but lowered their power to 5 - 10 kW?
tiny strings of a Horn of Africa program on
7140.020 kHz and
7180.020 kHz Tiny S=4-5 signals compared to neighbour
7205even SDN R Omdurman, Sudanese Arabic female presenter,
         S=9+5dB in Doha Qatar remote SDR unit,
         out of Sudanese 100 kW TX power at 0553 UT on Nov 9.

7315even D__ Dandal Kura International, 'Salam' mentioned in 'Kan'
         language.
         MBR Nauen Germany relay site. S=9+20dB powerhouse at 0554 UT.

7335even F__ Radio Nigeria Kaduna Hausa language sce via TDF Issoudun
         bcast center. S=9 at 0555 UT on Nov 9. Male voice program,
but hefty suffered by powerful splatter of near-by BBCWS Woofferton UK
signal on
7345even, latter S=9+20dB strength.

7390even F__ RFI Paris French sce, S=9+20dB at 0558 UT on Nov 9.
         Scheduled 05-06 UT, 11.8 kHz wide audio block visible.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 9)

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AZIMUTHAL GREAT CIRCLE MAP GENERATOR

I sometimes refer to the beam or the antenna heading in my loggings.

This is because I use a great circle map centered on my location to
better understand signal propagation. It is also handy to have such a
map when using directional antennas. One of the best sites to generate
these maps is hosted by Tom Epperley, NS6T. It is completely free and
it's possible to customize your own maps with as much or as little
detail as needed. Click on his call sign to go to his website.

<https://ns6t.net/azimuth/azimuth.html>

(Mark Coady, Selwyn-Ont-CAN, ODXA ng via dxld Oct 29)

DX/SWL/MEDIA PROGRAMS massively updated for post-DST and B-18 season:
<http://www.worldofradio.com/dxpgms.html>

WORLD OF RADIO schedule totally updated:
<http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html>

(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Nov 8)

WRTH 2019

New title information. Specification Format: 229 x 146 mm.
Extent:    672 pages (including 64 pages in full colour)
Paper:     60gsm cartridge for run of book;
          100gsm glossy art for colour section
Pub date: 6 December 2018.  ISBN: 978-1-9998300-1-4

This is the 73rd edition of World Radio TV Handbook and this great
directory continues to offer the most comprehensive guide to
broadcasting on the planet. With the help of our international network
of contributors we again provide the most up-to-date information on
mediumwave, shortwave and FM broadcasts and broadcasters available in
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"The WRTH remains the undisputed leader in terms of global broadcast
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enthusiast, radio professional and anyone interested in radio
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"First time readers, both myself and brother, were amazed at the
wealth of knowledge and information in the WRTH" -
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WRTH 2019 will have:

Articles on topics of great interest to professionals, listeners and
dxers alike including articles on HF Curtain Arrays, Broadcasting for
Peace in the Lake Chad region, the new MW transmitter installed by TWR
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Reviews of the latest receivers and equipment including Winradio's
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Maps fully updated showing global SW transmitter sites

* Features - Colour pages giving articles, radio reviews, propagation
predictions, and colour maps.

* National Radio - The world's national radio services, and the
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SW frequencies as supplied by the broadcasters together with
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* Frequency Lists MW frequency lists by region; international and
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English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish by UTC;
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* Television - Details of terrestrial broadcasters arranged
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* Reference - International and Domestic SW Transmitter sites,
Standard Time and Frequency Transmissions, DX Club information,
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vy73 de Wolfgang, DF5SX -


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