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BC-DX 1310                                                   16 Aug 2017
________________________________________________________________________

ALASKA   11885  QSL KNLS - the New Life Station verified an electronic
report with a full data "Greetings from KNLS" card in 56days postmarked
from Nashville, TN.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 14)

ANTARCTIC  {ARGENTINE}   15475.97 kHz  LRA36
via remote Brazil SDR installation of
PY2GN e PY2PE from Pardinho, SP - Brazil.  Grid: GG56tv

Two items/LRA - 36 and Euro Station 6160 [2 Attachments]
much weaker tonight  though

<http://sdr.hu/>

access to websdr

<http://appr.org.br:8073/>

listen to the recording of 19.43 UT on Aug 8.

<https://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/nkpfehvteNLAHwXoXg--/8iJox7nuc9ZILXK7ohQ-
/name/ARG_Antarctic_15475.97kHz_1943UT_PY2GN_PY2PE.mp3>

Mostly S=5-6 signal, scratchy noisy signal.
set the SDR to Manual Gain -97dB, audio volume 45%. 73 wb df5sx
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 8)

ANTARTICA ARGENTINA   Estimado Senor/ra:
WOLFGANG BUESCHEL - DF5SX -  EUROPA

Nos dirigimos a Usted para mostrarle nuestro mas sentido agradecimiento
por su atencion y tiempo que ha dedicado a la escucha de nuestra Emisora
Radial "LRA 36 Arcangel San Gabriel".

Desde el Continente Blanco "ANTARTIDA ARGENTINA" le damos un cordial
saludo.

Atte:
Jefe de Base Esperanza/Director de LRA 36:  Mayor Noel ALBIERO
Conductora    - de "ESPERANZA AL MUNDO":    Sra Carla FASSIO
Co-conductora - de "ESPERANZA AL MUNDO":    Sarg Ay Adriana MARTINEZ
Encargado de la Emisora LRA 36 /
Operador Tecnico.:                          Subof Pr Guillermo MAMANI.
("Operador Emisora LRA 36"  <lra36 -at- hotmail.com>  hcdx Aug 15)

Enviado: Lunes, 06 de Marzo de 2017 04:21 p.m.
Para: Hugo Lopez CE3BBC, Cc:  <lra36 -at- hotmail.com>

Asunto: Re: [hcdx] ANTARTICA ARGENTINA
ANTARCTICA  Yes Hugo, on March 3 nothing heard/visible in 15476 kHz range
But today I see a very TINY S=1 string here in Europe on exact
15475.972 kHz channel at 1905 UT on March 06,
seemingly the Argentine Radio Nacional Arcangel San Gabriel,
Base Esperanza shortwave station signal.

But LRA36 only deep under threshold level,
sorry no chance in Europe tonight, to listen any program details.

73 wolfie  df5sx
wwdxc europe

From: "Hugo Lopez CE3BBC"  <ce3bbc -at- outlook.com>
Sent: Monday, March 06, 2017

ANTARTICA ARGENTINA   15.475.95 kHz at 18.02 UT Radio Nacional Arcangel
San Gabriel, Base Esperanza. 35433. Today, Monday, March 6, the reception
is quite acceptable, audible and with identification of announcers, which
makes presumed that they will continue to be in charge of the broadcasts,
the wives of the staff of the base. They mention in the space "Hope to the
world", that this afternoon there is enough sun.
Also your e-mail  <lra36 -at- hotmail.com>

Last Friday, March 3, there was no broadcast, so we hope that this week
there will be no interruption and programming will continue.

I hope some distant listener can tune in and share in this list his
experience of receiving Antarctica.
CE3BBC  -  Hugo Lopez C., Santiago de Chile  (hcdx March 6)

ANTARCTICA   15476, LRA 36 QSL letter and card.  LRA 36, Radio Nacional
Arcangel San Gabriel, Base Esperanza, received e-mail from the station
with a Thank you letter and a card, in a PFD file, for a reception report
send via e-mail to the Station on 01 March 2017,
address:  <lra36 -at- hotmail.com>

"Estimado Senor/ra: MANUEL MENDEZ - LUGO - ESPANA
Nos dirigimos a Usted para mostrarle nuestro mas sentido agradecimiento
por su atencion y tiempo que ha dedicado a la escucha de nuestra Emisora
Radial "LRA 36 Arcangel San Gabriel. Desde el Continente Blanco "ANTARTIDA
ARGENTINA" le damos un cordial saludo.

Atte:
Jefe de Base Esperanza/Director de LRA 36: Mayor Noel ALBIERO
Conductora    - de "ESPERANZA AL MUNDO":   Sra Carla FASSIO
Co-conductora - de "ESPERANZA AL MUNDO":   Sarg Ay Adriana MARTINEZ
Encargado de la Emisora LRA 36/
Operador Tecnico.:                         Subof Pr Guillermo MAMANI"

And a card of the Station with its name, frequency address and picture
of Base Esperanza.

V/S Mayor Noel Albierto, Jefe de la Base Antartida Esperanza.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, hcdx Aug 15)

Two items/LRA - 36 and Euro Station 6160 [2 Attachments]

Hi Glenn
Just FYI, I was able to hear LRA36 yesterday {Aug 4}, from about 1933 UT
tune in, using the Kiwi SDR at Paradinho, Brazil. Attaching a short mp3
here for you. Quite a thrill to be able to hear it after all these years.

Signal degraded rapidly after about the 2000 UT mark. And of course, no
chance with "regular" receivers, including the NRD545/JRC, attached to my
Wellbrook, with high noise levels and mid-summer conditions generally.

Also, - don't know if you have reported this but the new Euro station

{from Winsen-Aller-Celle Germany, village Geo.Coordinates are approx.
52 40 50.0 N  09 54 31.0 E  }

that was heavily promoted as beginning test transmissions on 6160/3975 kHz
was heard today {Aug 5}, using Enschede Twente University web-SDR. Also
attaching mp3 of that. I heard them just prior to their 2100 UT shut down.
No name of the station was mentioned, just "6160, Europe's Newest Voice on
Shortwave" with longish test tones then back to a music loop with IDs.
(Dan Robinson-DC-USA, dxld Aug 5)

Attachment(s) from Glenn Hauser, 2 of 2 File(s)

websdr_recording_start_2017-08-05T19-26-59Z_6160.0kHz Cut one.mp3 :

<https://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/nkpfehvteNLAHwXoXg--/wsb_PCbkc9Jsm8LKghI-
/name/080417+LRA+36+Cut+1.mp3>

and 6160 kHz recording:

<https://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/nkpfehvteNLAHwXoXg--
/yLUoijTte9V3XnPSqP2F/name/websdr_recording_start_2017-08-05T19-26-
59Z_6160.0kHz+Cut+one.mp3>
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

ARMENIA   Upcoming frequency change of TWR India via Yerevan Gavar
eff. August 13

1245-1445 NF9910 ERV 300 kW 100 deg SoAS various langs, ex 12055kHz

ERV  9910 1245 1300 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   1       SANTHALI
ERV  9910 1245 1300 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1         7 KUI
ERV  9910 1245 1315 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1    23456  MAITHILI
ERV  9910 1300 1315 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   1       MAITHILI
ERV  9910 1300 1315 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1         7 HO
ERV  9910 1315 1330 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   123     MARWARI
ERV  9910 1315 1330 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1      4    MEWARI
ERV  9910 1315 1330 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1       56  MAGHAI
ERV  9910 1315 1330 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1         7 BENGALI
ERV  9910 1330 1345 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   1       BRAJ BHASHA
ERV  9910 1330 1345 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1    2      KHARIA
ERV  9910 1330 1345 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1     3     KASHMIRI
ERV  9910 1330 1345 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1      4    SADRI
ERV  9910 1330 1345 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1       5   BONDO
ERV  9910 1330 1345 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1        6  HARYANVI
ERV  9910 1330 1345 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1         7 BUNDELI
ERV  9910 1345 1400 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   1   567 KURUKH
ERV  9910 1345 1400 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1    23     MUNDARI
ERV  9910 1345 1400 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1      4    VASAVI
ERV  9910 1400 1415 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   1       CHODRI
ERV  9910 1400 1415 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1    23     BHILI
ERV  9910 1400 1415 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1      45   VASAVI
ERV  9910 1400 1415 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1        67 MOUCHI
ERV  9910 1415 1430 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   1       GAMIT
ERV  9910 1415 1445 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1         7 GAMIT
ERV  9910 1430 1445 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1   1       DHODIA
ERV  9910 1415 1445 41 300 100 0  8 / 8 / 1    23456  SINDHI

Reception reports to:  <info -at- twr.asia>
OR at:  <http://www.twr.asia/online-qsl-form>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 8)

ARMENIA   Radio Yerevan did not work on the 18th and 19th of July at
4810 kHz, and in the redistributed timetable of the Bulgarian blog is a
traditional mistake. In the time from 1700 to 1745 UT at 4810 kHz from
Monday to Friday from 1700 UT in Turkish, and from 1715 to 1745 UT in the
Azerski, on weekends from 0500 to 1730 UT in Turkish and from 1730 to 1745
UT in the Azarian.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, MIDXB_RUS #1054, July 25; via
Alexander Dementiev-RUS, via RUSdx Aug 6 via dxld)

ARMENIA   no advance publicity though .... wb.

Special transmission of RTL Radio Luxembourg on August 6
via Shortwaveservice Yerevan Gavar celebrating 60th anniversary
of RTL German Sce

1900-2200 9975 ERV 100 kW 305 deg to WeEUR German, fair to very poor.
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

9975, August 6 at 2150 UT check, not even a JBA carrier detectable from
the surprise 60th anniversary broadcast of Radio Luxembourg which was
widely heard in Europe. EiBi shows scheduled only this date between
18 and 22 UT. I am aware of no advance publicity for this in the DX press,
tsk2. Huge splash here from bigsig 9980 kHz WWCR.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

RTL R Luxembourg special programme NOW (6 Aug at 1937 UT) until
2200 UT on 9975 kHz via Gavar Armenia relay. Thx to tip from Christian
Ghibaudo via Alan Pennington in BrDXC-UK mail list this is celebrating
60th anniversary Radio Luxembourg RTL German service. Transmitter until
2200 UT.
(Alan Roe-UK, 1939 UT, dxld yg Aug 8)

ASCENSION ISLANDS   9530  HCJB Radio Akhbar Mufriha, at 2151-2215* UT on
Aug 7, man announcer speaking in listed Hassinya language. Some vocals
mixed with other brief talks. At 2213 closedown announcements with station
ID and frequencies. Off with light instrumental music until carrier
terminated. Fair.

11810  BBC Relay, at 2150-2159* UT on Aug 8, English language features
closing with promo announcements before carrier terminated. Fair to good.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 14)

AUSTRALIA   R Australia / ABC on SHORTWAVE in Pacific.
These links from respected journalist Graeme Dobell might interest

<https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/abc-gets-wrong-south-pacific-service/>

<https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/crowded-pacific-re-considering-sharp-
edge-broadcastings-soft-power/>

<https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/smart-stuff-shortwave-south-pacific/>

<https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/dumb-oz-decision-south-pacific/>

<https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/silencing-australias-shortwave-voice-
south-pacific/>

<https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/muting-australias-regional-voice/>

(Ian, dxld Aug 8)

BANGLADESH   15505  Aug 14 at 1356 UT, open carrier from Bangladesh Betar
prior to 1400 UT Urdu service is on already, and S2, better than JBA so
maybe today I can finally catch the mis-timesignal. Recognizable IS starts
circa 1358:20 UT, and yes! 5+1 pips end with a higher prolonged one at
1358:48.5* UT so they are *way* fast now.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 14)

BOLIVIA   5952.4  Radio Pio Doce - Siglo Veinte, at 0147-2329* UT on Aug
9, vocals followed by Spanish language talk by a man and woman announcing
team. Closed with "Colonel Bogey March" music with a man announcer with
station ID and closedown announcements. Poor to fair.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 14)

BRAZIL   11855.063, on August 5 at 1224 UT, JBA carrier,
must be R. Aparecida, odd time of day to detect it.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld July 12)

Log 1830 - 2130 UT August 6th, here on remote SDR units
in southern Germany and Liverpool England.

9514.971  ZYE726  "Radio Marumby onda media e onda curta", Curitiba PR
<http://radioevangelismo.com>  2130 UT on Aug 6, S=6 -88dBm

9530 non log, not on air. ZYE858 R. Transmundial, Santa Maria RS

9550.039  ZYE855  R. Boa Vontade, Porto Alegre RS
<www.boavontade.com/radio>  S=4 at 2135 UT on Aug 6.

9564.938  ZYE727  SRDA Super Deus e Amor, Curitiba PR
<www.superradiodeuseamor.com.br>  S=8 or -74dBm at 2123 UT.

9585 non log, not on air. ZYE969  Super Radio Deus e Amor, Sao Paulo SP

9629.995  ZYE954  R. Aparecida, Aparecida SP
<www.a12.com/radio-aparecida>  S=6-7 at 2120 UT.

9645 non log, not on air. ZYE957  R. Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo SP

9665 not observed, others on co-channel. not Radio Voz Missionaria.

9695 non log, not on air. ZYE254  R. Rio Mar, Manaus AM

9725.433  ZYJ200  RB2 - Radio Evangelizar, I don't know the present user
program name ID... ??!!, Curitiba PR S=7-8 or -77dBm at 2117 UT.

9819.066variable  ZYR96 R. Nove de Julho, Sao Paulo SP
<www.radio9dejulho.com.br>  S=7-81dBm at 2111 UT on Aug 6.

11734.969  ZYE858  R. Transmundial, Santa Maria RS
<www.transmundial.org.br>  usual tiny S=4 -94dBm 1845 UT Aug 6.

11764.636  ZYE726  Super Radio Deus e Amor, Curitiba PR
<www.superradiodeuseamor.com.br>  S=6 or -85dBm at 1855 UT.

11815.026  ZYE440  R. Brasil Central, Goiania GO
<www.radiobrasilcentral.com.br>  poor S=4-5 or -93dBm at 1857 UT
hit covered by adjacent BSKSA Riyadh in Arabic language,
powerhouse S=9+35dB on 11820.046 kHz.

11855.061  ZYE954  R. Aparecida, Aparecida SP
<www.a12.com/radio-aparecida>  poor S=4-5 at 1900 UT on Aug 6.

11895.163  ZYE856  R. Boa Vontade, Porto Alegre RS
<www.boavontade.com/radio> S=4-5 at 2110 UT on Aug 6.

11934.929  ZYJ200  exRB2 - now Evangelizar ?, I don't know the present
user program name ID ... ??!!, poor tiny S=4-5 at 1910 UT on Aug 6.

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

BRAZIL   4925.2  Radio Educacao Rural - Tefe, at 0210-0251* UT on Aug 3,
several men speaking in the Portuguese language with occasional short
instrumental music segments and brief announcements.
Another man announcer with closing ID and announcements; no anthem. Poor.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

BULGARIA   New time and new frequency of End Times Coming ETC Radio,
via SPC-NURTS* Sofia Kostinbrod relay.

Ex-Catholics For Christ, between two broadcasts of Brother HySTAIRical TOM

1805-1859 on 11590 SOF 100 kW 306 deg to WeEUR English Brother HySTAIRical
1900-1930 NF 11590 SOF 100 kW 306 deg to WeEUR English,ex 9400 1801-1831UT
1931-2035 on 11590 SOF 100 kW 306 deg to WeEUR English Brother HySTAIRical
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

* via SPC-NURTS Sofia Kostinbrod Bulgaria relay site,
QSL via Spaceline Ltd., Sofia Bulgaria.
CEO Dimitar Todorov  <lz1ax -at- mail.bg>
Ventislav Georgiev, Technical Manager, SpaceLine Ltd, BULGARIA.

CHINA   15040  Firedrake at 1310 UT on Aug 12 with the usual mix of
percussion and woodwind instrumentals jamming AIR New Delhi in Mandarin
and off in step with AIR's sign off at 1315 UT. Good.

15110  Firedrake at 1318 UT on Aug 12 with the usual mix of percussion and
woodwind instrumentals jamming the VOA via Thailand. Good mixing with the
VOA via Thailand.

15110  {THAILAND}  VOA at 1318 UT in Mandarin with a man and woman with
news and commentary about Asia. Fair under Firedrake Aug 12 V Using
Firedrake in lieu of CNR1 gives us a fighting chance to listen to the
desired broadcast. Thanks, Chinese jamming morons!

15265  CNR1 at 1243 UT  Aug 12 in Mandarin jamming RFA in Tibetan via Orzu
Tajikistan with a man and woman with excited talk. Weak but audible.

15275  CNR1 at 1306 UT on Aug 12 // 11785 kHz in Mandarin jamming RFA in
Tibetan via Orzu Tajikistan with a fanfare and ID and a man and woman with
gentle banter over string instrumentals. Good.
(Mark Coady, Selwyn, Ont-CAN, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

ERITREA/ETHIOPIA/SOMALIA/SUDAN   morning log 0440 to 0515 UT August 11,
in Doha Qatar Middle East remote Perseus SDR unit

7119.999 kHz Somalia Radio Hargeysa S=8 signal.

7140.028 kHz Eritrea Radio Asmara, played Horn of Africa typical music
             at 0455 UT S=8-9 signal strength.
plus another AM carrier on
7140.021 kHz of S=6-7 strength,
latter low modulated or even audio not existant.

JAMMING WHITE NOISE digital noise type from Ethiopia secret service
in 7171 to 7189 kHz block range, meant against

7181.555 kHz center frequency of Eritrea Radio Asmara service,
             S=8-9 signal strength in Doha Qatar.

7205.002 kHz Sudan Radio Omdurman local music at S=9 signal level,
at 0515 UT Aug 11.

7140.028 kHz Eritrea R Asmara, wandered downwards, noted now on
7140.020 kHz frequency at 0550 UT on Aug 11, still S=7 signal
in remote Doha Qatar ME SDR installation.

7181.555 kHz still on that frequency, S=8 - a little stronger signal than
7140.020 kHz, also Eritrea R Asmara bcast.

NO WHITE NOISE JAMMING BLOCK from Ethiopia anymore at this time 0553 UT
on Aug 11.

7205.002 kHz much low modulation of S=7 signal strength during daytime
path, from R Omdurman Sudan at 0554 UT on Aug 11.

[later]

UNID re probably 5940even kHz via ERI Radio Asmara,
Sela'i Da'iro / Saladaro (*).

5940even new probably Eritrean radio sce - not before 18.00 UT when
checked, but
5940even probably from Asmara, Sela'i Da'iro / Saladaro site, S=9+10dB
powerful heard in Doha Qatar Middle East, at 18.19 UT HoA local music,
much irregularly, same time short 20 mins 1810 til 1830 UT sign-off
on Aug 13.

AFS ERI ETH NIG SOM SDN - early UTC evening log, 1745-1825 UT on Aug 11

Africa outlets on Aug 11.

3 outlets of Eritrea, Asmara Sela'i Da'iro {Saladaro},
on air after 18.00 UT Aug 11.

early UTC evening log, 1745-1825 UT on Aug 11,
in Doha Qatar Middle East remote Perseus SDR unit:

5940even new probably Eritrean radio sce - not before 18.00 UT when
checked, but

5940even probably from Asmara, Sela'i Da'iro / Saladaro site, S=9+10dB
powerful heard in Doha Qatar Middle East, at 18.19 UT HoA local music,
much irregularly, same time short 20 mins 1810 til 1830 UT sign-off on Aug
13.

5949.999 ETH Voice of Tigre Revol, Gedja, Tigre S=9+15dB at 17.50 UT

6030     - non log - ETH Radio Oromiya Gedja, Afar not on air 17-19 UT.

6089.996 - non log - ETH Radio Amhara, not on air 17-19 UT.

6110even ETH Radio Fana Gedja, Amharic, S=9+15dB at 18.01 UT on Aug 11.

7119.9985 SOM Radio Hargeysa S=9+15dB signal, 18.04 UT local mx.

7140.019 ERI VoBM1 Radio Asmara, at 18.06 UT S=9+15dB signal strength.

no JAMMING WHITE NOISE digital from Ethiopia secret service on air 41mb.

7181.555 ERI center frequency of ERI VoBM2 Radio Asmara service,
S=9+15dB signal strength in Doha Qatar. 18.09 UT.

7234.880 ETH VoDemTigre from Gedja site, not fq stable,
wandered approx 20 Hertz up and down, S=9+20dB signal,
x.870 ... x.890 kHz. 18.11 UT.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

ERITREA/ETHIOPIA / UNIDENTIFIED new HoA radio program on 5940 kHz.

5940.0 kHz  UNID, 1855- UT, African mx, just before the news:
"Salam Aleykoum" SIO: 333. Perhaps Eritrea ?
(Franck Baste-F  F4LKC, Perseus + Loop ALA 1530; dxld Aug 10)

Re:  UNID 5940 kHz. Comments by Thorsten Hallmann and Ivo Ivanov.

First heard at 1815 (not yet at 1800) UT Aug 10 today, while ERI was still
on 7140 + 7181.55 kHz - so it is not one of the two "main"
ERI-transmitters, as also Wolfgangs morning + afternoon log (already
posted in this list) indicates.

Predominantly HoA music, also a phone interview from 1825 UT, followed by
30 min's+ of nonstop-music. Next announcement at 1919 UT. Very fast talk,
nothing to make out but presumed "Ethiopia", and "Oromia" at 1932 UT.
Significantly weaker than 5950 kHz VoTR - ETH. End of talk at 1937 UT with
presumed Salam-u-aleikum and Allahu-akbar (rough transcription...), but
not Arabic before.

Oromo and Somali are known to be predominantly muslim groups in ETH, while
f.e. Tigray and Amharic native speakers in Ethiopia aren't. Signing off at
1957 UT. A weaker signal with music remains, about 50 Hz lower.

From 1845 UT there is a strong carrier with 1.2 kHz tone close to it,
on 5936.2 kHz till 1900+ UT, but not after 1930 UT. On 5935 kHz, 1930+ UT
a German language numbers station in CUSB interfering. Interesting
neighbourhood.

The unchallenged guess so far on this station's origin seems to be ERI.

But any proof? No, I don't think so, but also to me it seems most likely,
though I would not completely rule out neighboring countries - or from
somewhere completely different targeted at the region? However, ETH is
short of transmitters, not enough even to broadcast all scheduled home
services and jam VOA at this time (on the other hand Foreign service
transmitter often running idle from 1700 UT), while ERI has an unknown
number of SW transmitters not used for a few years... Content seems to be
aimed at Ethiopia.

[later]  No more audio heard from 1925 UT Aug 10, but carrier still there
at 1950 UT. Talk before, presumed East African. VoTR is active on 5950 kHz
and did not seem to be in // (as it used to be sporadically in the past).
Eritrean transmitters were on 7140 + 7181.5 kHz today. Regular programming
always ends at 1830 UT, so if ERI, a clandestine broadcast to Ethiopia
would be likely. A frequency close to VoTR would then of course be a
rational choice. BTW.: an Unid 5940 kHz was reported in A-DX a few months
ago, I remember. Don't think it was identified then.

OK, just see Ivo reporting it starting at 1830 UT. That would of course
also point to ERI. Though Glenn had it already at 1452 UT, I checked
ERIs via SDRs at 1330 UT and found them on the above frequencies,
also 1600+ UT.
(Thorsten Hallmann-D, dxld yg Aug 10)

UNID 5940 kHz.
re probably 5940even kHz via ERI  Asmara,
Sela'i Da'iro / Saladaro site (*).

5940even new probably Eritrean radio sce - not before 18.00 UT when
checked, but
5940even probably from Asmara, Sela'i Da'iro / Saladaro site, S=9+10dB
powerful heard in Doha Qatar Middle East, at 18.19 UT HoA local music,
much irregularly,
same time short 20 mins 1810 til 1830 UT sign-off on Aug 13.

(*)  probably old Italian Empire colonial sounding village name

<http://www.fallingrain.com/world/ER/05/Saladaro.html>

or "Sela'i Da'iro"

(*)  Asmara Ma'akel region, Ghala Nefhi subregion, Italian colonial region
til 1948, than was an Ethiopian province til 1991 year, Ethiopian/Eritrean
MW 940 / 945 kHz mast at Asmara (#) nortwestern suburb too.

15 19 50.02 N  38 53 42.24 E

<https://binged.it/2hUciMs>

and the  5 log-periodics rather westerly area, and
3 log-periodics on the tx site eastern wall.
4000, 5000, 7020, 7380 kHz

Clandestine Eritrean bcast came from Sudan transmitter facilities
in decades these days.

Re: UNID 5940kHz
ERI Asmara Sela'i Da'iro [Saladaro]  2 MW masts, 2 log-per SW arrays

15 13 01.02 N  38 52 31.75 E

<https://goo.gl/maps/QXtspPApCon>

<http://www.fallingrain.com/world/ER/05/Saladaro.html>

<http://www.fallingrain.com/world/ER/02/Dbarwa.html>

zwei schoene log-periodische effektive Antennen,
ob die Sender noch immer 100 kW Leistung bringen, oder nur noch 30 kW,
wer weiss der Geier ...

<http://www.fallingrain.com/world/ER/05/Asmera.html>

Die alte 10 kW Anlage vor dem Jahr 1996 aus direkt Asmara im Einsatz bei

ERI_Asmara, old 945 und 1089 kHz MW and 8 log-periodic SW antennas.

Schieberegler auf 9 Februar 2004:
der MW Mast bei
15 19 50.02 N  38 53 42.24 E

<https://binged.it/2hUciMs>

und die 5 log-per etwas westlich.
3 log-per auch oestlich von der Anwesenmauer.
4000, 5000, 7020, 7380 kHz

Aber die 2017 Bilder zeigen keine Mastreste mehr, seit dem Image vom April
2009 geschrottet, nur der MW Mast steht noch.

ps. Comment - ich nehme einen weiteren Eritrea Sender an. Er war genau auf
5940.000 Frequenz und sieht nach einer modernen Installation aus.

ETH / ERI, wenn die ETHis sogar ungenuegende Anzahl von Jamming Sender zur
Verfuegung haben, gestern waren 6030 und 6090 kHz im VoA Jamming Einsatz,
werden sie zu gleicher Zeit keinen neuen weiteren 5940 kHz ETH Sender
direkt neben ihren 5950 kHz setzen ...
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11 / 13)

(*)  WRTH spells Asmara's transmitter site: Selai Dairo
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld)

(*)  Google Maps calls it "Saladaro" and disagrees with Open Street Map on
a specific settlement called Dbarwa: Is it the one close to the
transmitter site or another one closer to Asmara?

Yet another variant is being offered by swcountry.be: Selea Daro. And Bing
thinks that this is Gala Nefhi and the passing street is no. 3 rather than
4.

Perhaps the confusion has even been spread deliberately. Would not
surprise me at all from a country that Reporters Without Borders
considered for some time even worse than North Korea.

Whatever the place maybe called, it appears to be a rather reliable
information that the transmission facility there has been built in the
mid-nineties by what was back then Thomcast, with two 100 kW transmitters
each for shortwave and mediumwave. Other shortwave facilities elsewhere
presumably existed at least until 2009, used for Radio Bana (which then
was raided and closed) on 5100 kHz.

This is the question behind a possible third shortwave outlet from Eritrea
appearing again.

There were certainly about eight or nine transmitters active from Eritrea
in 2011 and some of them up to early 2012. [...] but at least two more had
a decent signal pointing to maybe 5 or 10 kW output.

Meanwhile a discussion of this took place in the German-language A-DX
list. A short review:

(#)  It is understood that this is the old  *Asmara*  transmitter site:

<https://www.google.de/maps/@15.3290096,38.8955397,982m/data=!3m1!1e3>

But shortwave antennas there disappeared after 2009.

An opinion has been voiced that this could be yet another "target"
station. Considered by others as quite unlikely, because this kind of
stuff is usually confined to a duration of one hour, with clearly defined
start and end, usually screaming a lot of station IDs at the listener.

But the programming on 5940 kHz just goes on and on, at times with just
music for half a hour. {yes, very irregular timing, wb.]
(Kai Ludwig-D, dxld yg Aug 12 /13)

This is the question behind a possible third shortwave outlet from
Eritrea appearing again.

There were certainly about eight or nine transmitters active from Eritrea
in 2011 and some of them up to early 2012.

At least four of them however seemed to be very weak ones, maybe ham or
military transceivers, placed on variable channels around 7175 kHz // to
the main transmitter, or on 49mb. The other strong transmitter was on
7205/7210 kHz, but at least two more had a decent signal pointing to maybe
5 or 10 kW output.

One of them was irregularly around 5060 kHz for a short period after the
closedown of Radio Bana, carrying clandestines, and later, in 2011, 5670
kHz with VoBME was also audible quite well. Another common frequency used
around 2009+year was 7999.4 kHz with VoBME1, and in 2011 a transmitter
hopping around on 9700/9705/9720 kHz et al. was also audible quite well
with VoBME2.

After this period of high activity first the small transmitters went
silent and the stronger ones not much later.

[later] - ... diese Sendungen hoeren sich von der Machart her ganz und gar
nicht nach den ueblichen Oppositionssendungen fuer ERI/ETH an. Diese sind
ueblicherweise einigermassen kompakt vorproduziert, wortanteilreich und
schreien einen regelrecht mit Stationsidentifikationen an, gerne mit Echo.

Auf 5940 kHz habe ich heute insgesamt drei Stunden lang gehoert, gerne gab
es 30+ Minuten nur Musik, meist traditionelles, dazwischen unregelmaessig
insgesamt vielleicht fuenf bis sechs Wort-Bloecke von etwa fuenf bis zehn
Minuten, teilweise als Telefoninterviews, einfach ohne grosse Vorrede in
medias res, wie mir scheint...

Inhaltlich ist einzig ein Beitrag zu den Wahlen in Kenia klar zu bestimmen
gewesen. Kein Jingle, nix was sich anhoerte wie eine
Stationsidentifikation, Adressangabe, Nachrichtensendung, Jingle oder
dergleichen.
(Thorsten Hallmann-D, dxld yg Aug 12)

FRANCE   7295  Radio Algerienne - via TDF Issoudun, at 0432-0458* UT on
Aug 6, man announcer taking in the Arabic language with some Middle
Eastern vocals. Off mid-song. Fair signal.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

11995  Radio France International - via TDF Issoudun, at 1913-1926 UT on
Aug 1, French pop vocals followed by a discussion by a man and woman
announcers in the French language including nice station ID. Fair to good
signal.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

FRANCE   {Japan / Taiwan / Algeria etc}
For many years already from TDF Issoudun bcast center are operating two
faulty transmitters which are folsting upon on different clients. Together
with fundmental sound (speech, mx) there are non-stopping sounds which are
like (similar as) the noise from tractors or mybe like frof sounds.

I wrote that to Mr. Puetz, to TDF but they are mailing, lurking without
any answer. By the way the idea of Kaj Ludwig for satellite relay deffect
is not right because for the example the transmission of NHK Radio Japan
Tokyo at 0800-1000 UT on 15290 kHz is without "tractor, also at 0500-0600
UT RTA Algiers on 7295 kHz is with "tractor" and on 9535 kHz at same time
without and etc. So the effect on NHK 11945 kHz and RTI on 11955 kHz at
1700-1800 UT is existing without any satellite problem.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 15)

11955  I checked the TDF Issoudun relay outlet of Radio Taiwan
International in Russian language today Aug 16 at 17-18 UT, and stated
throughout an accompanied tractor audio sound signal, visible on
SDR unit screen in plus/minus 770 to 1150 Hertz range.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 16)

GERMANY   6160 kHz Update.
I just saw the following message on the Shortwaveradio.de website:

Breaking News August 13 2017:
First antenna tests have taken place on 6160 kHz and the fitting of the
appliances to the transmitting room is well under way. Thank you for the
all the encouraging reports received for our tests on this channel.
We will keep you posted on further developments on this website.

Remember: We are on a test phase at the moment, 3975 kHz will be switched
on soon. Alan. Posted by: Alan Gale <alan -at- windypics.plus.com>
(via BrDXC-UK ng Aug 14)

GERMANY/AUSTRIA   Since July the 1st the prgrs of Jack van Impe Ministries
in English via BVB via MBR FMO were ceased and there are some minor
changes in the schedule of BVB

Saturdays 0700-0730 UT on 5945 kHz MBR Nauen (Sat+Sun) West European Sce
of BVB is ceased.

1800-1830 UT on 15215 kHz MBR FMO via ORS Moosbrunn-AUT 100kW 115degr,
Middle East Sce is playing only songs.

Sundays Word of Truth Ministries moving to 1800 UT Tue/Sat only and now on
6130 kHz MBR Nauen 90degr East Europe sce, bc time is 1730-1830 UT
(ex 1730-1900 UT, latter Suns only).
{also Thur/Fris scheduled 1900-1915 UT, wb.}

btw. IRRS on 9510 Sundays at 1100-1130 UT is also only with mx prgr
(ex J van I Min-s prgr in English).

{Reception of IRRS Radio City via ROU RadioCom Saftica site on Aug 12
0800-0900 9510 SAF 100 kW 300 deg to WeEUR German Sat, fair to good.
Ivo Bulgaria, Aug 12, wb.}

(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via WWDXC BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

GERMANY   6070.003  Strongest of the hobby radio stations in Germany
in the 49 bc band. S=9+10dB at 1050 UT on Aug 10, most probably
up to 10 kW of power.
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 10)

GERMANY   "Hit AM" 6045 kHz Sonntag Aug 13, ab 10 Uhr MESZ / CEST.

Hallo liebe Kurzwellenhoerer,
heute startet ab 10 Uhr MESZ (08 UT) wieder einmal das Programm von HitAM
auf der Kurzwellenfrequenz 6045 kHz mit einer Leistung von 125 kW
aus Berlin [MBR Nauen]. Wir wuerden gerne wissen wie gut der Empfang in
verschiedenen Gebieten moeglich ist (sowohl Indoor mit kleinen Radios als
auch mit guten Empfaengern/Antennen). Und freuen uns natuerlich auch ueber
Anregungen und Wuensche zum Programm. Ihr duerft also gerne direkt an mich
eine Mail schreiben, falls ihr das Programm hoert oder anderweitig Fragen
habt. Musikalisch spielen wir einiges aus den Charts aber auch Musiktitel
aus den 80er und 90er Jahren. Also einfach mal reinhoeren.
Wir freuen uns ueber Eure Rueckmeldung.
Viele Gruesse, Christian
(Christian Nagel-D   <nagel.christian -at- yahoo.de>  A-DX ng Aug 13)

re: Hit AM 6045 kHz Sunday only 10 hrs CEST -  some European-wide
Checks between 0820 and 0902 UT on Aug 13,

wahrscheinlich in Richtung 240 Grad aus MBR Nauen, im Vergleich sowie
der hobby 'Radio Nordsee' Sender Ingolstadt 6070 kHz nahebei Frequenz.
Die besten Signale wie immer wurden in Belgien und England verzeichnet.

Leider gab es heute keine Frankreich Grenoble Frequenz zum Checken.

Nauen 6045 kHz 125 kW               Ingolstadt 6070 kHz geschaetzte 10 kW
Liverpool GB         S=9+25dB       S=8-9
Ipswich GB           S=9+25dB       S=8-9
Groningen HOL        S=9+30dB       S=8-9
Amberg DARC stn GER  S=9+25dB       S=9+10dB
Freising BavariaGER  S=9+15dB       S=9
Belgium 1            S=9+40dB       S=7
Belgium 2            S=9+50dB       S=9+5dB
Luzern SUI           S=9+30dB       S=9+15dB
Bologna-Rimini ITA   S=9            S=7-8
West Hungary HNG     S=9            S=9+10dB
Steiermark Styria AUTS=9            S=8-9
Zakynthos GRC        S=4 -87dBm     S=3 -98dBm
Finland Mauno SDR    S=9            S=6

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 13)

Northern Spain       S=9+15dB       S=8
Leichtes Fading waehrend dem Check um 10.20 MESZ / CEST.
Perseus SDR und MiniWhip antenna.
(Jerome Turnell-ESP, A-DX ng Aug 13)

GERMANY   Werner Hinz - Erfinder des Hinz-Trillers ist am 29. Juli 2017
verstorben.

Werner Hinz, der fruehere Technik-Chef beim Deutschlandfunk und Erfinder
des legendaeren Hinz-Trillers, der uns seit Einfuehrung des Verkehrsfunks
zu Anfang und Ende einer Verkehrsdurchsage begleitete, ist vor kurzem
verstorben.

Die Meldung stammt vom DLF:

<http://www.deutschlandfunk.de/medien-abc-hinz-
triller.2907.de.html?dram:article_id=393083>

Im untenstehenden Link zu SWR2 Wissen wird der Hinz-Triller
in 99sec erklaert:

<https://www.swr.de/swr2/wissen/der-hinz-triller/-
/id=661224/did=13506316/nid
=661224/16oc1qj/index.html>

Details zur Technik

<https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autofahrer-Rundfunk-Information>

Weitere Informationen zur Verkehrsfunkentwicklung ueber das RDS-System bis
zum TMC  - ein sehenswertes Interview mit Peter Braegas von Blaupunkt
Hildesheim

<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXKyxlh_Yp4>  (Aug 9, 2017)

GREECE   9935  Voice of Greece - Avlis bc site, at 2105-2127 UT on July
31, Program of Greek vocals hosted by aman announcer with Greek language
talk. Good signal.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

9420.007  ERT Hellinki Radiophonia from Avlis Greece, noted at
1053-1056 UT on S=9+15dB signal level in southern Germany.
Newscast in Polish language heard. On Aug 10th.
Not on 9935 kHz nor 11645 kHz on air.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 10)

Voice of Greece at new time in Arabic on 9420 kHz, Aug 10

0650-0710  9420 AVL 170 kW 323 deg to WeEUR Greek*tx#3, and off air
NO SIGNAL  9935 AVL 100 kW 285 deg to WeEUR Greek tx#1 or alt.11645
* including news bulletin in Serbian 0657 UT, in Arabic 0707 UT (new time)
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 10)

GREECE   V of Greece I'll end this month with a quick mention of V of
Greece which rarely disappoints with its music programmes in European
evenings and overnight. Plenty of "typical" Greek music, also jazz and
classical music feature regularly. On 8 July at 1900 UT (on 9420 kHz) was
a recorded live concert of covers of Beatles songs, including such greats
as "Lady Madonna", "Yesterday", "Eleanor Rigby", "Hey Jude" and "Yellow
Submarine". Another very enjoyable hour from VoG! Until next time - good
listening and 73.
(Alan Roe-UK, Listening Post, Aug BrDXC-UK "Communication" magazine,
direct and via dxld Aug 8)

Their First Home Sce in Greece from Avlis was confirmed as follows

on Aug 5 2345 UT & Aug 6 at 0040 UT      on 9420, MW 729, 1008, 1404 kHz;
on Aug 7 2345 UT & Aug 8 at 0400-0700 UT on 9935, MW 729, 1008, 1404 kHz.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via WWDXC BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

GUAM   12025  QSL KTWR verified an electronic report with a full data
electronic reply in 20 days from Becky Philyaw, KTWR Frequency
Coordination Department.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

INDONESIA   3325  RRI Palangkaraya, at 1406 UT on Aug 3. Palangkaraya
local news; ending at 1413 UT with the playing of the patriotic/national
song "Dirgahayu Indonesiaku."

It will be recalled that Aug 17th is Independence Day in Indonesia, so
all month long they will be playing "Dirgahayu Indonesiaku" at the end
of all their news programs.

3325  Pro 1 RRI Palangkaraya, at 1139 UT on Aug 5, with NBC Bougainville
clearly off the air at this time. Almost fair reception at 1232 UT, with
audio feed of the Jakarta news in Bahasa Indonesia, with item about the
ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) meeting being held today in
Manila; short sound bite in English of Philippines Foreign Affairs
Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano's ASEAN speech - "We now enjoy peace,
security and stability in the region. More importantly ..."; ending the
news at 1234 UT, by playing the patriotic/national song "Dirgahayu
Indonesiaku"; ID for "Pro Satu RRI Palangkaraya."
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, via dxld Aug 8)

IRAN/CHINA   Unid station low on 1377 kHz.
Loud and clear with Beijing time check here yesterday evening at 2100 UT.
The offset seems to be fractionally high at 1377.0005 kHz or so. Second
strongest on the frequency was a presumed Iran at 1377.009 kHz, then
another station (also presumed Iran) at 1376.978 kHz.

This was 1377 kHz at 2100 UT Aug 9 showing the carrier on 1376.978 kHz.

<https://app.box.com/s/rlio9nq66qohg443ujdnhe0cgb2bkpie>

(John Faulkner-UK, mwoffsets Aug 8 / 9)

Re: Unid station low on 1377 kHz.

Checked 1323 to 1611 kHz range, tonight Aug 10th, at 0000-0130 UT
in Qatar and Moscow SDR remote Perseus'.

re 1377 kHz,
noted two Iran stns on equal signal level in Doha Qatar SDR installation.

1322.991  IRN  National Hymn played, at 0000 UT Aug 10.
1331.9875 IRN  Tabriz Jolfa
1331.9965 IRN  Tehran at 0003 UT.
1340.9975  ?   Holy Quran Arabic 0005 UT.
1367.9675 IRN  Golestan
1368.007   ?   UNID weak and tiny
1376.8955 IRN
1377.008  IRN
1385.9985 LTU  Russian program
1394.9895 IRN  HQ Haijabad and two mini tiny on
1394.9945 and 1395.001 kHz.
1413even  MDA  Vesti FM, Grigoriopol Maiac
1412.9455 IRN  Estafhan
1431.001  DJI  R Sawa Arabic, strong BUZZ tone +/- 100 Hertz
          annoying signal.
1493.9945 IRN  Taybad
1511.9365 IRN  Ardabil 0046 UT.
1511.9915 ARS  Holy Quran Arabic Jeddah
1512.008   ?   UNID weak and tiny
1520.9965 BHR?? Holy Quran Ar, 0055 UT.
1529.9975 ROU
1538.9935 IRN?
1547.9935 IRN
1548even  KWT  R Sawa Ar // 1431.001 Sawa Djibouti
          but not // KWT 1593 kHz.
1557.020  IRN  Zabol
1565.9895 IRN  Bam
1575even  UAE  R Farda Persian via Al Dhabaya, plus
          annoying  B U Z Z  jamming 24 x 100 Hertz distance apart
          strings visible on PC screen either sideband.
1583.976   ?
1583.995  BHR  probably Manama
1584.008   ?
1592.986  EGY?
1593even  KWT  Iraqi annmt mentioned R Sawa,
          but  n o t  // 1431 DJI, 1548 KWT.
1601.817  1601.848  1601.946  1601.993 and 1602.016 kHz.
1610.938   ?   weak and tiny at 0130 UT.

[later]  At 14.50 UT on Aug 10th checked at Perseus remote units
in New Delhi and Doha Qatar ME

1376.887 3rd rank, weak and tiny.
1376.998 CHN strongest in Delhi, probably Lhasa Tibet outlet.
1377even CHN most probably the 600 kW powerhouse unit at
         Henan province transmitter after maintenance.
1377.008 IRN HQ program via Chahbahar Iran, heard at 1504 UT
         in Doha Qatar and at Delhi.

[later]  on Aug 10th checked at Perseus remote unit in Doha Qatar ME

1377.008 IRN HQ program via Chahbahar Iran, heard at 2315 UT on Aug 10
and probably another Iranian on odd 1376.900 kHz at S=9+15dB strength.

[selected SDR options, span 1.6 kHz RBW 1.9 Hertz, BW 1.6 kHz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 10)

MADAGASCAR   15420  Radio Itahuka via Talata Volonondry relay at 1817 UT
on Aug 12 in Kirundi with a man with talk with a monotone delivery then
talking to an impassioned man at 1820 UT. Fair with fading.
(Mark Coady, Selwyn, Ont-CAN, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

MADAGASCAR   {target radio program}  15420  Radio Itahuka - Talata
Volonondry-MDG (presumed), at 1838-1853 UT on Aug 12, two men talkingin
presumed Kirundi language. Poor tofair signal but fairly noisy channel
making it poor overall. Unfortunately, I couldn't stay with it untilsign
off.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 14)

Saturdays via Talata Volonondry-MDR, Sun-Fri via TDF Issoudun-France,
1800-1900 UT to Burundi target. wb.

[MALAGASY]   5009.93  Radio Malagasy - {Madigasikara}, at 1853 UT on Aug
4, nice vocals getting thru but difficult copy with soft-spoken announcer.
(David Sharp-NSW-AUS, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

MEXICO   6185,  on Aug 13 at 2217 UT, very weak S5-S3 music, got to be
XEPPM on the air earlier than nominal 23-05 UT schedule during DST, as in
Aoki, 1 kW. Nothing else listed on 6185 kHz at this hour, including major
broadcasters. (CRI Arabic via Albania, however at 20-22 UT). Under quiet
conditions I have also detected the 6185 kHz carrier close to midday, but
never around sunrise, so when do they really turn it on and when to they
start programming, probably only // MW 1060 kHz ?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 14)

MOLDOVA   11600  Denge Kurdistan - via Radiotelecentr (PRTC) transmitter
Grigoriopol Maiac, at 2004-2052 UT on July 31. Several men and woman in a
lively discussion in the Kurdish language. At 2029 UT, some instrumental
music followed by a man announcer with talk. Fair signal.
Re-check at 2104 UT but station gone.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

In recent days, one of Tiraspol is not heard at 621 kHz in the morning.
There are also no programs in Russian prepared by Radio Free Europe in
Russian for Transnistria at 873 and 1494 kHz. Maybe Disappeared in May?
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, MIDXB #1054, July 25, via RUSdx Aug 6 / dxld)

MOLDOVA   Pridnestrovye separatists re-activated on MW 621 kHz Grigoriopol
Maiac site, with only popular songs in Russian from 0300 UT on 6-10 Aug.
Vesti FM 24 hrs in Russian on MW 1413 kHz confirmed on Aug 14 at
0100 UT, 1413 kHz but with strong spur on 1397.5 and low sounded spur on
1428.5 kHZ, but later at 0135 UT was with strong spur in wide range
1427-1430.5 kHz and some slow on same 1397.5 kHz. Now at 1800 UT maybe
with reduced power and tiny signal is without spurs.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via WWDXC BC-DX TopNews Aug 14)

MONGOLIA   *reactivated 4895 kHz*.

Mongolian Radio 2 (presumed), at 1246 UT on Aug 10 and again Aug 11 at
1131 UT, through subsequent checking till 1350 UT; heard only an open
carrier; unable to detect any modulation/audio at my QTH.

Thanks to feedback from Dave Valko and Hiroyuki Komatsubara-JPN, who were
also hearing this, but they had faint audio that indicated Mongolia and
not India. Mongolia not on their other frequency of 4830; while 7260 is
now being reported with a het from a third station, which might also be
Mongolia (plus China & Vanuatu). Needs more monitoring!
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

NIGERIA   African outlets on Aug 11.
7254.922  NIG  VoNigeria, from Ikorodu site, English sce S=9+5dB
noted in Qatar remote SDR unit at 18.14 UT.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

OMAN   12015  Radio Sultanate of Oman - Thumrait site, at 0008-0035 UT on
Aug 3, man announcer with Arabic language talks followed by recitations.
Fair to good.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

15140  Radio Sultanate of Oman - Thumrait site, at 1652-1725 UT on Aug 2,
pop vocals program hosted by a man announcer with English language talks,
IDs ("Radio Sultanate of Oman ...90.4 ...") and announcements. Poor to
fair.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

PAPUA NEW GUINEA   3260  NBC Madang. Aug 4, running longer than 3325 kHz;
pop song (Little River Band - "Cool Changes"); on-air phone calls in
Pidgin; 1224* UT cut off. Since the end of the election results, note
Madang has had a good number of these call-in shows, which I assume are
callers commenting on the recent election. Not nearly as strong as NBC
Bougainville (3325 kHz).

3275, NBC Southern Highlands [non-log], on Aug 4, not heard.

3365, NBC Milne Bay [non-log], on Aug 4, continues silent.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, dxld Aug 8)

3260  NBC Madang, at 0945 UT on Aug 4, good with Island music but weaker
than 3325 kHz NBC Kieta Bougainville.

3325  NBC Bougainville, at 0930 UT on Aug 4, Pidgin M with talk about
election, excellent signal.
(David Sharp-NSW-AUS, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

PERU   4747.19  Huanta 2000, at 1129 UT on Aug 5, noted as big het against
nominal, copy in LSB. Very sporadic, not heard day prior.

4774.92  Radio Tarma? at 1135 UT on Aug 5, JBA with talk by man, couldn't
pull an ID.

4955  Radio Cultural Amauta, at 1140 UT on Aug 5, noted with huaynos,
weak.
(David Sharp-NSW-AUS, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

PERU   4774.908,  on Aug 3 at 1121 UT, very poor carrier vs CODAR. Suspect
it's still Radio Tarma, where sunrise today is 1120 UT. Recent logs put it
on approx. 4774.9 kHz, and the last precise one I find is from 2 June 2016
by Carlos Goncalves, Portugal on 4774.946 kHz, when he distinguished it
from Brazil on 4774.914 kHz, closer to my measurement but Congonhas SR was
a bihour earlier; and there is nothing in Asia circa 4775 kHz.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

PHILIPPINES   Four e-QSL from the Philippines came from FEBC.

Frequencies 9400, 9795, 11650 (transmission to Russian), 12095 kHz.
I had to wait a long time: two reports were sent 210 days ago, two more
- 128 days ago. Signed - Norita P. Estabillo, Shortwave Operation,
Program Support Supervisor. Wrote to addresses
<Norie.estabillo -at- febc.ph>  and  <info -at- febc.ph>

On cards - photo with The height of the antenna field in Bokay, the mast
in Iba, the Philippine buffalo in the lake and Evening view of the
transmitting center of Bokae.

Pictures here:
<http://dxsignal.ru/qsl/new/FEBC_170725_01.pdf>
<http://dxsignal.ru/qsl/new/FEBC_170725_02.pdf>
<http://dxsignal.ru/qsl/new/FEBC_170725_03.pdf>
<http://dxsignal.ru/qsl/new/FEBC_170725_04.pdf>

It seems that reports on e-mail are now confirmed by electronic cards.

And for paper should be addressed by mail to the address:
Far East Broadcasting Company
PO Box 14205,
Ortigas Center,
Pasig City 1605
Philippines
(Dmitry Mezin-RUS, "open_dx", via QSL World, RUSdx Aug 6 via dxld)

PUERTO RICO   5125  Arecibo, Ionosphere HF Heater Transmission, at 2214
UT, strong signal at tune in, variations and occasional pauses noted, back
strong and continuous at 2220 UT on 30 July.
(Mark Coady, Selwyn, Ont-CAN, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

RUSSIA   1991 & 2006. " CLUB DX " (#775)
Ether: January 29, 2006. Author and presenter: Vadim Alekseev.
Editor of the Internet version: Pavel Mikhailov.

DX-HISTORY

The final part of our program will today be devoted to our history,
friends - it is ours with you. The fact is that 15 years ago, in
January 1991, an amateur print publication appeared, as it was said,
"samizdat", from which the longest history of the periodical DX-
edition begins in our country. This is the "Moscow Information DX-
Bulletin" ("MIDXB"'). Immediately I will say that the bulletin that
appeared in 1991 was not the first. There were also other "samizdat"
bulletins before him, coming out in those years when talking about
foreign radio stations was unsafe. But today we will talk specifically
about the birth of the "MIDXB", since he turned 15, and although he
has not published in print for several years, the life of this
publication continues on the Internet.

The idea to produce a printed edition was born at a meeting of a small
group of DXists who met, if I remember correctly, thanks to an
announcement read out in the DX program of Swedish Radio, whose author
suggested to colleagues that they have a passion for communicating
through correspondence. [Clarification: in fact, the beginning began
to directly communicate the DXistov of the former USSR put the program
"Club DX" Pavel Mikhailov, which appeared on the waves of the
World Russian Service of Moscow Radio since August 1989. - NOTE.REV.].
After some time, five Muscovites decided to meet to personally
meet and talk. The result of this communication was the idea of
??creating a "Moscow DX Association". That's what happened.
Written in the first issue of the bulletin for January 1991 (read):

" ... The idea to create a "Moscow DX Association" came during a
meeting of the Moscow DX-stories on July 22, 1990. The purpose of the
Association is to popularize the DX movement in the Soviet Union. The
Association is a regional organization and accepts only DXistov from
Moscow and the Moscow region, Five people are included in the
initiative group. Members of the Association take part in the
preparation of DX-programs of the Moscow Radio, collaborate with the
DX-program of Almaty radio and issue a newsletter "Moscow Presents",
the first issue of which we offer to your attention ... "
(end of quote).

Yes, you did not misinterpret, the first four issues of the newsletter
were called that way. And the initiative group then included Mikhail
Paramonov, Anatoly Klepov, Andrei Nekrasov, Sergei Sosedkin and your
humble servant. And, of course, the common thing for all members of
the so-called initiative group was the issue printed edition. The
principle was based on the principle of collective creativity. That
is, each member of the editorial board of the bulletin collects
information and writes on a topic that interests him exactly. From
this, and there is a variety of material that should make the
newsletter interesting to any DXist, regardless of what ranges he
likes to listen to, and for which stations he hunts.

In May 1991, it was decided to change the English name of the bulletin
to Russian, and it became known as the Information Bulletin of the
Moscow DX Association. And soon the herd is clear that the idea of
??creating the Association has not gone anywhere beyond the idea, but
the idea to issue a regular (monthly) newsletter - began to develop
gradually. Began to appear authors who sent to the bulletin various
notes, air news and even whole articles. Many became permanent
correspondents of the bulletin, and some, the most active, wished to
become members of the editorial board, having incurred a part of a
hard burden for the regular collection, editing and publication of
materials on the pages of the publication.

I now deliberately do not call any more names, because I want to
recall all those who collaborated with this edition in the past, and,
of course, talk with those who continue to be among the authors of
this (now electronic) edition. Therefore, I appeal to everyone who has
or had anything to do with the Moscow Information DX Bulletin: let's
all together in the coming months, we will remember how everything
started, which was interesting and memorable; Than, perhaps, a
newsletter someone helped. I really hope that I will be able to
contact and invite many of those who are involved in the history of
the Moscow Information DX-Bulletin to the microphone in our next
programs. I'm afraid that this will sound too loud, but still it seems
to me that the history of this publication in Largely reflects the
history of the Russian DX movement in the last 15 years.
(Continuation in the next issue)

Here is how the bulletin "Moscow Presents" looked
<http://rusdx.blogspot.ru/2017/07/blog-post_30.html>
<http://rusdx.blogspot.ru/2017/07/blog-post_82.html>
(RUSdx August 6 via dxld Aug 8)

SINGAPORE   11740  NHK World Radio Japan via Babcock Kranji relay site,
at 1256 UT on Aug 12 in presumed Thai with a woman with talk then closing
announcements over Asian instrumentals at 1258 to 1300 UT and opening
music and into Vietnamese program. Weak but audible.
(Mark Coady, Selwyn, Ont-CAN, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

SOLOMON ISLANDS  [non-log]  5020 & 9545 kHz, SIBC Honiara.
On Aug 11 at 1132 UT, found both frequencies silent.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

SOUTH AFRICA   3320  Radio Sonder Grense - SenTec Meyerton bc site, at
0352-0417 UT on Aug 2, pop vocals followed by a man announcer talking in
Afrikaans language. Woman announcer with news at 0400 UT. At 0406 UT music
bridge followed by a man with station ID, more talk and short music bridge
and announcements. Fair.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

SOUTH AFRICA   African outlets on Aug 11.

7244.990 AFS BBC London, French sce to AF, via SenTec Meyerton
at 18.12 UT on Aug 11, S=8 in Qatar SDR remote unit.

7264.986 AFS BBC London, Somali sce, S=8 signal at 18.17 UT
via SenTec Meyerton relay site // 9720 MEY.

5930even AFS BBC London, French sce, S=6 signal at 18.20 UT
via SenTec Meyerton relay site // 7245v MEY.

9720even AFS BBC London, Somali sce, S=9+15dB signal at 18.22 UT
via SenTec Meyerton relay site // 7265v MEY.

9754.985 AFS NHK Radio Japan Tokyo, En sce, S=9+5dB at 18.24 UT
via SenTec Meyerton relay site. Fluttery sidelobe signal.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

SRI LANKA   The Sri Lanka BC is to introduce a Tamil language
service for Sri Lankan Gulf workers. Ethnic Tamil and Moslems in
Sri Lanka speak Tamil. Starting 17th August 1700-1800 UT on either
11910/11890 kHz but most likely will be changed but within the
25mb. 125 kW from Trincomalee. I will advise in the next few days.

BTWay the Sinhala 1630-1830 UT will also continue on 11750 kHz which is
not every day of the week though. Well, for this new service I will
assist anyone with good reports, helpful reports to get your QSL card.
:)

[Later]  If anyone in the Gulf, Middle East would like to recommend a
frequency I will seriously consider it. I will of course check with
the remote receivers in the area and select a few and see if they
tally with yours, and if so give credit and use it. :)

CRI toooo strong on 11900 kHz, so I will not agree to the suggested
freqs. of 11890 and 11910 kHz, when the band has many free slots.
:) Like 3.
(Victor Goonetilleke-CLN  4S7K, Aug 5, WRTH F_B via dxld Aug 8)

TAIWAN   The bc of RTI Taipei in Russian at 1700-1800 UT on 11955 kHz with
double problem. Not only the Issoudun's so called "tractor" sounded
effect, but there is unexpected unidentified bc on around 11955.1 kHz with
some "yell" or like "home vacuum cleaner". Observed first in June 26 & 27
in July, in August 1st & 2nd, 10 & 11th. It is no related with Issoudun
because the jamming sound is heard from 1130 UT on 11955 kHz during the
CRI SoEast Service, later over Iran and also from 1800 hrs over AWR in
Arabic. One of the best DXer in Russia Mr. Pape wrote it is maybe SSB
transmission ws.

The Chief of Russian sce of RTI Mr. V. Samoilov said in "Mailbox" that is
maybe local jamming ...
{rather local Sofia electromagnetic interference there, wb.}
around Sofia, Bulgaria. Please help with some idea.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via WWDXC BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

UAE   13585  KBS World Radio - via Babcock Al Dhabbaya relay site to
Ce&WeAfrica, at 2002-2100* UT on Aug 9, man announcer with Arabic language
news program with mentions of "Washington" (presumably talking about North
Korea situation). Station ID in English at 2013 UT followed by language
lesson and other features. Fair to good.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 14)

U.K.   MSF 60 kHz outage - a reminder

Annual maintenance: 14 - 31 August 2017.

The annual maintenance shutdown of the MSF service to allow safe
maintenance of the masts and antennas, including greasing of the stays,
will take place between 14 August and 31 August 2017.

The service will be off-air from 08:00 to 19:00 BST (07:00 to 18:00 UTC)
each day, including weekends.

If the weather is unsuitable for work to be carried out, then the service
will not be turned off. If the work is completed sooner than 19:00 BST on
any day, the service will be restored as soon as possible.

The MSF 60 kHz standard-frequency and time signal, broadcast by Babcock on
behalf of NPL.
(via Mike Terry-UK, BrDXC-UK ng Aug 15)

U.K.   11615  Afia Darfur Radio via Babcock Woofferton at 1821 UT on Aug
12, in Sudanese Arabic with a man being interviewed via telephone followed
by a music bridge and a man with brief talk with a definite mention of
"Darfur" and a woman interviewing a man via telephone at 1823 UT. Good.
(Mark Coady, Selwyn, Ont-CAN, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

UK/OMAN/UZBEKISTAN   7445, July 30 at 0054 [scheduled WOF 0030-0100 UT],
nice ME song at S8, adding to all the music stations on 6, 7 and 9 MHz
this evening. 0056 UT talk sounds Farsi but must be Dari, mottoes(?) with
music interludes, and one ID-like in passing, sounds like "Sedoye Sama",
0059 UT mentions Afghanistan and off at 0059.5* UT.

HFCC shows BBCWS via Babcock Woofferton-UK, but the Afghan service
alternating Pashto & Dari is to continue from Oman [0100-0300 UT]
on 7445 kHz until 0330 UT
[which 0300-0330 UT is coming from Tashkent-UZB site instead, wb.]
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

USA   17775, August 2 at 1359, unlike yesterday, KVOH is already on and
poorly audible at S7-S5, music and English sign-on.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

17775.0  on Aug 15 at 1359 UT, KVOH guitar IS, English ID and sign-on as
"17775", 1401 UT into Spanish. Aug 11 it was on 17777 kHz, but did not get
around to checking which was in use on next broadcast Aug 14.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 14)

17774.981 kHz measured in NY and FL-US SDR remote stations, wb. Aug 4.

USA   3185  WWRB, noted in passing at 0953 UT on Aug 4 with sermon, fair.
(David Sharp-NSW-AUS, via Robert Wilkner-FL-USA, DXplorer
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

USA   History - KGEI  Redwood City.

Sometimes history is hidden in plain sight or site ? as is the case of a
blockhouse-shaped building located, appropriately, on Radio Road in the
Redwood Shores area of Redwood City.

There is no plaque to remind the few visitors to the area that the two-
story building played an important role in World War II:

It housed the transmitter for shortwave radio station KGEI, which was the
only voice from home for GIs fighting from island to island in the
Pacific.

Among other accomplishments, the station broadcast Gen. Douglas
MacArthur's "I have returned" speech that fulfilled his promise to
return with victorious American troops to the Philippines, occupied
by Japanese forces since 1942.

KGEI: A forgotten WWII radio story, By Jim Clifford.

<http://www.smdailyjournal.com/news/local/kgei-a-forgotten-wwii-radio-
story/article_4f8f263e-8062-11e7-bf9e-fbf338cf40e3.html>
(via Mike Terry-UK, dxld Aug 15)

USA   KVOH tour photos from NASB meeting in May 2017:

<http://drmnainfo.blogspot.com/2017/05/drm-dominates-conversation-at-nasb-
2017.html>
(via gh, dxld Aug 8)

9265   WINB  onAug 3 at 2157 UT, WINB with gospel huxter address, and the
carrier is *really* wobbling now. One wonders how much longer the old
transmitter will survive. This useful historical roster, but not up to
date?

<http://www.swcountry.be/usa.html>

shows the only WINB transmitter is a 50 kW Continental 417B from 1962year.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

7504.957v-AM,  on Aug 6 at 0110 UT, WRNO is S=9+30dB and varying slightly.
Had not bothered to log this lately. Woman is talking about out-of-body,
near-death or even death experience at hospital.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

7489.932-AM, UT Monday Aug 14 at 0604 UT, rock music, very poor, so
replacing 'The Other Side of Midnight'? No, talk from that resumes at
0606 UT. They must leave a ToH news hole, but there was none.
WBCQ program guide *still* fails to include TOSOM which started months
ago, 04-07 UT Sun & Mon only. Until recently, 7490 kHz had been slightly
on the plus side.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 14)

VANUATU   7259.941, on Aug 5 at 1205 UT, talk at very poor level on off-
frequency characteristic of R. Vanuatu; nothing on 7260.0 kHz now.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Aug 8)

VATICAN STATE   15570  Vatican Radio - via SMG Santa Maria di Galeria, at
1605-1630* UT on Aug 2, man announcer speaking in the Swahili language
with numerous mentions of "Christo". Short vocals selection and more
religious talk. IS at closedown. Fair.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 7)

ZAMBIA   Voice of Hope Africa, Lusaka. From 29th July this station
has modified its program schedule from Monday to Friday, according
with an e-mail received from the Station;

"This week we have changed the schedule, and now run 1600-1900 UTC M-F
on those frequencies. We also added 9680 & 11680 0500-0800 UTC M-F.
Details at:

<http://voiceofhope.com/schedule/voh-africa_program_grid.pdf>

Consulting this website, this is the program schedule:
Before 29th July:

Monday to Friday
1630-2200 on 4965 and 6065 kHz

After 29th July:
Monday to Friday
0500-0800 on 9680 and 13680 kHz
1600-1900 on 4965 and  6065 kHz

Saturday and Sunday remains unchanged as before 29th July:
Saturday 1200-1700 on 9680 and 13680 kHz

Sunday 1200-1730 on 9680 and 13680 kHz

Actually, Sunday is:
1200-1700 on 9680 & 13680
1700-1730 on 9680 only (Ray Robinson, KVOH, ibid.)

6065, Voice of Hope, Lusaka, 1852-1900*, 03-08, religious songs,
ID "From Zambia, this is The Voice of Hope Africa, broadcasting on 6065
and 4965 kHz, This is The Voice of Africa closing down". 34433.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, dxld Aug 8)

#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#

PUBLICATIONS  -  INSIDE A NUMBERS STATION.

A newly published article on the Numbers Research and Information
Centre website:

"Our site has various articles and documents showing the use of numbers
stations. Yet, never before have we had an account from a person who has
'worked at the numbers stations'. This person whose name we will not
disclose has shared his story in working in foreign radio transmission
base six decades ago. While his story carefully conceals what was the
station and to whom it broadcasted, it tells us the basics of numbers
stations operation."

<http://www.numbers-stations.com/articles/working-at-a-numbers-station>

(via August BrDXC-UK "Communication" magazine direct and via dxld Aug 

vy73 de Wolfgang, DF5SX -


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