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BC-DX 1530                                                   25 Jan 2023
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ALASKA   HAARP bedankt sich bei Funkamateuren fuer ihre Hilfe:
 
Am 27. Dezember unternahm das High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Pro-
gramm, kurz HAARP, sein neuestes Ionosphaeren-Experiment, bei dem Funksig-
nale von einem Asteroiden reflektiert wurden, der nahe der Erdumlaufbahn
vorbeiflog. Funkamateure und Funkastronomen wurden aufgefordert, den Test
zu ueberwachen und ihre Ergebnisse zur Analyse an HAARP zu senden.
 
Die Ergebnisse des Experiments werden zwar erst in einigen Wochen vor-
liegen, doch laut Jessica Matthews, HAARP-Programmmanagerin, war die Hilfe
sehr willkommen.
 
"Bislang haben wir ueber 300 Empfangsberichte von Funkamateuren und Radio-
astronomen von sechs Kontinenten erhalten, die die HAARP-Uebertragung
bestaetigt haben", so Matthews. Laut HAARP-Beamten koennten die Ergebnisse
des Experiments dazu beitragen, die Erde vor groesseren Asteroiden zu
schuetzen. Sie haetten das Potenzial, erhebliche Schaeden auf der Erde an-
zurichten. "Wir werden die Daten in den naechsten Wochen auswerten und
hoffen, die Ergebnisse in den kommenden Monaten veroeffentlichen zu
koennen", sagte Mark Haynes, leitender Forscher des Projekts und Radar-
systemingenieur am Jet Propulsion Laboratory der NASA in Kalifornien.
 
"Dieses Experiment war das erste Mal, dass eine Asteroidenbeobachtung bei
so niedrigen Frequenzen versucht wurde", so Haynes. "Dies zeigt den Wert
von HAARP als potenzielles kuenftiges Forschungsinstrument fuer die Unter-
suchung erdnaher Objekte."
 
Die University of Alaska Fairbanks, kurz UAF, betreibt HAARP im Rahmen
einer Vereinbarung mit der Air Force, die HAARP entwickelte und besitzt.
Die Forschungsinstrumente wurden allerdings im August 2015 an die UAF
uebertragen. Darueber berichtet die ARRL auf ihrer Webseite.
(DARC Rundspruch Jan 19)
 
ALGERIA   15410 kHz on Tue, Jan 24, at 1825-1835 UT, Radio Algerienne,
Ouargla-ALG, in Arabic. Holy Qur'an program: At this moment, muslin and
woman teaching a child to chant The Qur'an, correctly; 1830 UT Qur'an
chant and recitation by baritone man; 1832 UT Quran chant. Good recep-
tion: 45544.
(Jota Xavier-PB-BRA, hcdx Jan 24)
 
ANTARCTICA   15475.98 kHz  RC USB, Wed Jan 18 at 1608 UT, not up to check
earlier, but as expected no signal from LRA36 into Argentine SDR. Also
checked after 1600 UT Sat Jan 14, nothing to log, presumably still in mid-
summer hiatus. HOWEVER, it's coming back Sat Jan 21 as Horacio Nigro
informs the WOR iog:
 
Special broadcast of 15476  LRA 36 announced for next Jan 21.
 
LRA 36  RADIO NACIONAL ARCANGEL SAN GABRIEL presents "UNIENDO Voces"
("Joining voices", would be a possible translation from the original name
in Spanish). This is a special program produced together with RAE (Radio-
difusion Argentina al Exterior) and dedicated to shortwave listeners,
DXers and radio amateurs from all over the world.
 
The broadcast will take place on SATURDAY JANUARY 21 at 15 UTC with a re-
peat at 19 UTC on the frequency of 15476 kHz (USB mode) in the 19 meter
band and will count on the participation of Adrian Korol, Director of RAE
and Juan Benavente, member of the Antarctic Joint Command, together with
Marcelo Ayala, journalist of Radio Nacional who conducts during January
from LRA36 the morning "Panorama Informativo" for all the stations of the
network of the Argentine Public Radio.
 
The contents include live interviews, interesting material from the sound
archive of LRA36 such as audios of its first transmission, different IDs,
audios of listenings of DXers in different times, and material from
'LA ROSA DE TOKIO', the program of Omar Somma and Arnaldo Slaen-ARG, who
is the DX Editor of RAE.
 
This year is very important for LRA36. During the month of February, the
shortwave transmission and radiating system will be evaluated and measured
in order to provide a NEW SHORTWAVE TRANSMITTER to the beloved Antarctic
transmitter, and the 10 KW CCA transmitter will also be returned to the
mainland for repair.
 
A new antenna will also be installed for the FM signal on 96.7 MHz, which
will broadcast with a power of 250 watts (currently it runs with 25).
 
As always we look forward to your comments and reception reports at
 
<lra36nacional -at- gmail.com>  I_G: lra36radionacional
F_B: Arcangel San Gabriel - Antarctica
We appreciate the further diffusion of this information".
 
Signed by Adrian Korol, RAE, Argentina, via F_B and Whatsapp group
messages, translated and slightly edited from original writing
in Spanish, by Horacio Nigro, Montevideo, Uruguay, CX3BZ, Jan 18, 23)."
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor iogroups)
 
AUSTRALIA   B-22 shortwave schedule of Reach Beyond Australia
 
0900-0930  9860 KNX 100 kW  335 deg to NoEaAS Korean Daily
1100-1130 11905 KNX 075 kW  005 deg to EaAS   Japanese Sa/Su
1130-1145 11865 KNX 100 kW  335 deg to SoEaAS Rohingya Daily
1145-1200 11865 KNX 100 kW  335 deg to SoEaAS Burmese Daily
1130-1145 15320 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Dzongkha Tue-Thu/Sa/Su
1130-1200 15320 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Nepali Mo/Fr
1145-1200 15320 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Tsangla Tue-Thu/Sa
1145-1200 15320 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Dzongkha Su
1200-1230 11945 KNX 100 kW  335 deg to SoEaAS Burmese Sa-Thu
1200-1230 11945 KNX 100 kW  335 deg to SoEaAS Matu Fri
 
1200-1215 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   English Fr-Mo
1200-1215 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Hindi Tue-Thu
1215-1300 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Hindi Daily
1300-1315 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Punjabi Mo
1300-1315 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Kurux Tue
1300-1315 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Bhojpuri Wed
1300-1315 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Himachali Thu
1300-1315 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Marathi Fri
1300-1315 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Chattisgarhi Sa/Su
1315-1330 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Telugu Tue
1315-1330 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Hindi Wed
1315-1330 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Marathi Thu
1315-1330 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Punjabi Sa
1315-1330 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Oriya Fri/Su/Mo
1330-1345 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Nepali Mo-Fri
1330-1345 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Tibetan Sat/Sun
1345-1400 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Urdu Mo/Sa
1345-1400 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Bhojpuri Tue
1345-1400 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Punjabi Wed
1345-1400 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Nepali Thu
1345-1400 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Bangla Fr
1345-1400 11875 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Gujarati Su
 
1200-1215 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Kannada Mo-Fr
1200-1230 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Tamil Sa
1200-1300 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   English Su
1215-1230 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Hindi Mo-Fr
1230-1245 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Punjabi Fri
1230-1245 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Hindi Mo-Thu/Sa/Su
1245-1300 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Telugu Mo/Sat
1245-1300 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Kurux Tue
1245-1300 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Gujarati Wed
1245-1300 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Bangla Thu
1245-1300 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Marwari Fr
1300-1315 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Tamil Daily
1315-1330 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   English Mo/Wed/Fr
1315-1330 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Tamil Tue
1315-1330 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Telugu Thu
1315-1330 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Urdu Sa
1315-1330 15380 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoAS   Nepali Su
 
1330-1345 11945 KNX 100 kW  335 deg to SoEaAS Hindi/English Daily
1345-1400 11945 KNX 100 kW  335 deg to SoEaAS English Daily
1400-1430 11825 KNX 100 kW  310 deg to SoEaAS Burmese Daily
2230-2300 15420 KNX 075 kW  005 deg to EaAS   Japanese Daily
(via Walter Eibl-D, wwdxc DX Magazine Jan - 2023)
 
AUSTRALIA   11875 kHz QSL. E-QSL card from Radio Reach Beyond Australia.
Program was transmitted on 14 Jan 2023 in Punjabi and Tibetan on 11875
kHz. You can watch it here:
<https://rusdx.blogspot.com/2023/01/radio-reach-beyond-australia.html>
(Piotr Skorek, Poland; via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX
TopNews Jan 22)
 
AUSTRALIA   11875  1200 UT  Reach Beyond Australia via Kununurra s/on with
Kookaburra call and English id then into "Spotlight" priogramme in English
10 Dec DL.  {11874.971 kHz Nepali 13.28 UT measured Jan 25, wb.}
 
11905  1100 UT  Reach Beyond Australia via Kununurra, good with Bible Talk
programme in Japanese 04 Dec DL
 
11905  1157 UT  Reach Beyond Australia via Kununurra good with sign on
with music, English id's and Kookaburra then into Japan Shortwave Club
(JSWC) 70th anniversary broadcast in Japanese 31 Dec DL
 
11945  1208 UT  Reach Beyond Australia via Kununurra good in Burmese with
programme "Hingna Awl" through to sign off at 1230 UT after English ID
and s/off announcement and Kookaburra call 11 Dec DL.
{11944.990 kHz Hindi 13.32 UT measured Jan 25, wb.}
 
15320  1130 UT   Reach Beyond Australia via Kununurra good in Dzongkha to
Bhutan with programme "Voice of Salvation" through to sign off at 1200 UT
10 Dec DL.
(Dene Lynneberg, Pukerua Bay,  Wellington-NZ; via
NZL DXTimes Jan 2023, pages 56 / 57, Jan 10)
 
AUSTRIA   Reception of Radio Pravda dlja Rossii in Russian on
9745 kHz via ORS Moosbrunn bcast center January 21
1500-1600  9745 MOS 100 kW 55 deg to EaEUR Russian Sat. Very good signal
via SDR Heimiswil Switzerland
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/radio-pravda-dlja-rossii-on-9745-khz_23.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, direct and hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Jan 23)
 
AUSTRIA   9535 kHz on Tue, Jan 24, at 2045-2059 UT, Adventist World Radio,
Moosbrunn-AUT, in French. Man Pastor makes a preaching about "Le Parole de
Dieu"; 2050 UT Music; 2053 UT Woman announcer says ID and POBox to Cote
d'Ivoire; Music; Man and woman repeat ID and POBox, sometimes; 2056 Music;
2059 UT Ends. Fair reception: 45533.
 
11955 kHz on Tue, Jan 24, at 1848-1859 UT, Adventist World Radio, via ENC
Moosbrunn-AUT, in Arabic. Man preaching, presumably; 1858 ID, music. Poor
reception: 35422.
(Jota Xavier-PB-BRA, hcdx Jan 24)
 
BRAZIL   Reception of ZYE855 Radio Legiao da Boa Vontade 9550.1v kHz via
Porto Alegre, January 22:
from 0945  9550vPTA  10 kW non-dir to BRA  Portuguese. Very good
signal via SDR Pardinho SP, BRA
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/zye855-radio-boa-vontade-on-95501v-via.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, direct and hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Jan 23)
 
BRAZIL   6180v  Radio Nacional da Amazonia,Brasilia DF or Manaus AM,as re-
ported some websites,in Portuguese Jan 21 at 2139-2203 UT music program
playing local pop romantic songs, w/ man enhanced announcement at times,
woman/ man announcements talk ment ID (Radio Nacional), other man w/ brief
announcement, continuing w/ music program, at about 2155 UT man ID (Radio
Nacional), other man announcement, and playing local songs, from 2200 UT
man/woman announcements ment ID, and talk by man; better in usb/lsb sync,
non stop rapid no deep qsb, moderare qrn rustle, fair/almost good; in // 
11780 kHz poor in ssb sync; in // 
<radios.ebc.com.br/aovivo?emissora=radio-nacional-da-amazonia>
w/ few seconds of delay.
(Gianni Serra, Rome-Italy, via wor Jan 22)
 
BRAZIL   9664.97 kHz  Voz Missionaria; 0122 UT, Jan 21; M in Port w/talk
sounding not very rlgs; mentioned Bahia & politico. SIO=453 +++ 0126 UT,
Jan 22; More non-rlgs sounding cmtry; mentioned onda corta, Brasil, Para-
guay, Amazonas, America do Sul. RVM ID @0130 SIO=343+.
(Harold Frodge-MI-USA, Mare DXpedition log via wor Jan 23)
 
CHINA   Scheduling changes apparently caused by the Lunar New Year!
 
Voice of Strait still silent on 4940 kHz, with 4900 kHz only with
a very abbreviated schedule. Today (Jan 24) noted at 1147 UT till cut off
mid-song at 1301* UT (same noted on Jan 21, from 1145 UT till cut off at
1301* UT).
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct Jan 24)
 
CHINA    Chinese New Year's Eve Gala - January 21 - The following SW sta-
tions were carrying the live audio feed from CCTV; all seemed to have non-
stop coverage from 1210+ UT, with singing, comedy, etc.
 
YouTube video -  <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABhd7de-QtI>
 
4750 CNR1
4800 CNR1
4820 PBS Xizang (Tibet)
4990 PBS Hunan
5925 CNR5
5945 CNR1
6125 CNR1
6175 CNR1
7205 PBS Xinjiang
7230 CNR1
7275 CNR1
7290 CNR1
7305 CNR1
7345 CNR7 (The Voice of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area)
7365 CNR1
7385 CNR5
7420 PBS Nei Menggu
7450 PBS Xizang (Tibet)
9500 CNR1
9520 PBS Nei Menggu
9780 PBS Qinghai (Qinghai News Comprehensive Broadcasting)
 
At 1054 UT, noted 'Voice of Strait' was off the air on both 4900 & 4940
kHz, but later did hear only 4900 kHz from 1145 UT till cut off at 1301*
UT, programming with NO coverage of the Gala; 4940 kHz was not heard at
all today. They must have started celebrating the Lunar New Year early and
decided to close down the station. Please note that during the Spring
Festival Holiday (Lunar New Year's Festival), other Chinese stations will
probably have some anomalies too. The lunar new year is on January 22
(the year of the rabbit).
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, wor Jan 21)
 
CHINA {and Latin AM relay Quivican San Felipe TITAN Cuba; and
Africa relay site Bamako II, Mali}
 
B22 CHINA RADIO INTERNATIONAL October 30, 2022 - March 26, 2023:
0000-0100 Cantonese  17490/Be, 11820/Xi
          Chinese    13655/Xi, 13580/Be, 12035/Xi, 11975/Kun, 11900/Be,
                     11780/Jin, 9620/Kun
          English    11790/Xi, 9560/Be, 7425/Kash
          Hakka      9860/Jin, 9610/Kun, 9550/Kun, 9460/Kun
          Khmer      11990/Nnn, 9765/Nnn, 684/dof-hai
          Mongolian  9470/Xi, 7295/Be
          Portuguese 9710/Kash, 6100/Be
          Russian    7415/Huh, 5990/Huh
          Spanish    5990/Cuba-q
          Vietnamese 13770/Xi, 11770/Be, 603/dof-hai
0000-0200 English    15125/Be, 11885/Xi, 7350/Kash, 6180/Kash, 6075/Kash
0100-0200 Amoy       17490/Be, 15425/Xi, 11980/Kun, 11945/Kun, 9860/Jin,
                      9610/Kun, 9550/Kun, 9460/Kun
          Chinese    15160/Jin, 13655/Xi, 13580/Be, 11770/Nnn, 11640/Xi,
                      9655/Nnn, 7300/Kash, 7250/Ur
          English    9675/Kash, 7370/Kash, 6180/Cuba-q
          Russian    9440/Xi, 5905/Kash
          Urdu       7240/Kash, 6020/Kash
0100-0300 Spanish    9710/Kash, 9590/Kash
0130-0230 Nepalese   13780/Kun, 11860/Kun
0200-0230 Pashto     11740/Xi, 7350/Kash, 6065/Kash
0200-0300 Amoy       17490/Be, 15425/Xi
          Bengali    11640/Kun, 9655/Kun
          Chinese    15160/Jin, 13655/Xi, 11780/Be, 9825/Ur, 7330/Kash,
                      6180/Cuba-q
          English    11770/Kash, 9610/Kash
          Russian    11980/Xi, 5915/Kash
          Tamil      11870/Kash, 9800/Kash
          Urdu       7290/Kash, 6020/Kash
0230-0330 Nepalese   13780/Kun, 11730/Kun
0300-0400 Chinese    17540/Be, 15160/Jin, 15130/Be, 13655/Xi, 9450/Kash
          English    15120/Be, 13800/Kash, 13590/Be, 13570/Xi, 11770/Kash,
                      5910/Cuba-q,
          Hindi      11700/Kash, 11640/Kash, 9870/Kash, 9695/Kash
          Russian    17710/Jin, 15435/Xi, 11710/Ur, 7325/Kash
          Tamil      13730/Kash, 13600/Kun
0400-0500 Cantonese  15160/Jin, 13655/Xi, 5910/Cuba-q
          Chinese    15170/Kash, 15130/Be, 13640/Kash
          English    17855/Be, 17730/Xi, 15120/Be, 13590/Be, 13570/Xi
          Hakka      17710/Be, 17510/Xi, 15350/Kash, 13740/Kash
          Russian    17640/Xi, 15665/Ur, 15445/Kash, 7325/Kash
0400-0600 Vietnamese 17740/Xi, 11650/Kun, 603/dof-hai
0500-0600 Cantonese  15160/Jin, 13655/Xi
          Chinese    15130/Be, 15120/Be, 15110/Kash
          English    17855/Be, 17730/Xi, 17510/Kash, 15465/Kash,
                     15430/Kash, 15350/Kash, 11895/Kash
          Russian    15665/Ur, 15445/Kash
0500-0700 Arabic     17485/Ur
0600-0700 Chinese    17740/Xi, 17650/Kash, 15160/Jin, 15120/Be, 13750/Kun,
                     13655/Xi, 11710/Nnn
          English    17710/Be, 17510/Kash, 15465/Kash, 15430/Kash,
                     15350/Kash, 15145/Kash, 13645/Xi,
                     11925/Nnn, 11895/Kash, 11870/Kash
          Italian    15620/Kash
0600-0800 French     15220/Kash
          German     17720/Kash, 17615/Ur
          Spanish    15135/Kash
0700-0800 Cantonese  13610/Xi, 11640/Jin
          Chaozhou   15145/Xi, 17750/Xi
          Chinese    17740/Xi, 17650/Kash, 17520/Kash, 13750/Kun,
                     11875/Nnn, 11710/Nnn
          English    17710/Be, 13660/Xi
0700-0900 English    17670/Kash, 17490/Kash, 15465/Kash, 15350/Kash,
                     15185/Kash, 11895/Kash
0800-0900 Chinese    17650/Kash, 15560/Xi, 15550/Kash, 13610/Xi,
                     11640/Jin, 9880/Be
          Russian    15665/Ur, 15335/Kash
0800-1000 English    9415/Xi
0830-0930 Indonesian 17735/Kun, 15135/Kun
0900-1000 Chinese    17670/Kun, 15560/Xi, 15440/Kun,
                     11895/Nnn (Voice of the South China Sea),
                     9880/Nnn, 9440/Xi, 7430/Jin
          English    17750/Kash, 17690/Jin, 17650/Kash, 17570/Ur,
                     17490/Kash, 15350/Kash, 15210/Kun
          Romanian   15260/Kash
          Russian    15665/Ur, 15335/Kash
0900-1100 Chinese    15525/Ur, 15340/Xi, 15250/Kun, 13850/Be, 13780/Kash,
                     11980/Kun, 9460/Nnn, 5965/Be
0930-1030 Malay      17680/Kun, 15135/Kun
1000-1100 Cantonese  17670/Kun, 15440/Kun
          Chinese    17650/Kash, 9880/Be, 7255/Xi
          English    17750/Kash, 17690/Jin, 17490/Kash, 15350/Kash,
                     15210/Kun, 13720/Xi, 13590/Be, 11635/Be, 7215/Xi,
                      5955/Xi
          Hungarian  17570/Kash, 15220/Kash
          Japanese   9440/Xi, 7325/Jin
          Russian    7390/Huh, 7290szg, 5915/Huh, 1323/htb, 1116/har,
                     963/hua-jil
1030-1130 Khmer      17680/Kun, 15160/Nnn, 684/dof-hai
          Indonesian 15135/Kun, 11700/Kun
1100-1200 Bulgarian  15180/Kash
          Burmese    9880/Kun, 1188/Kun-yun
          Cantonese  13580/Kun, 9645/Be, 9590/Kun, 9540/Be, 7370/Nnn,
                     603/dof-hai
          Chaozhou   11875/Kun, 9440/Kun
          Chinese    17650/Kash, 15440/Kun, 11980/Kash, 11750/Be,
                     9515/Kash, 7435/Be
          Czech      17570/Kash, 15225/Kash
          English    13720/Xi, 11795/Kash, 9730/Be
          Esperanto  9450/Xi, 7210/Ur
          Japanese   7325/Jin, 7260/Xi, 1044/hnl-jia
          Korean     5965/Xi, 1323/hua-jil, 1017/cah-jil
          Mongolian  7390/Huh, 6100/Ur
          Russian    7290szg, 6080/Be, 5915/Huh
          Vietnamese 11990/Xi, 11785bji, 9550/Be, 1296/Kun-yun
1100-1300 English    17490/Kash, 12015/Kash, 11650/Ur, 7250/Kash,
                     5955/Be, 1269/xua-yun
1130-1200 Filipino   12070/Xi, 11955/Kun, 7410/Jin, 5985/Be, 1341/hdu-gua
1130-1230 Thai       9785/Kun, 7360/Kun, 1080/xua-yun
1200-1230 Filipino   11955/Kun, 9720/Xi (Voice of the South China Sea)
1200-1300 Amoy       11910/Be
          Cantonese  9570/Cuba-q
          Chinese    13720/Kash, 9655/Kash, 9520/Ur, 7390/Be, 7205/Kash
          English    13790/Ur, 11980/Kun, 11760/Kun, 11690/Xi, 9760/Kun,
                     9730/Kun, 9645/Be, 9600/Kun, 9460/Kash, 1341/hdu-gua,
                     1269/xua-yun, 1188/Kun-yun, 684/dof-hai
          Japanese   7325/Jin, 7260/Xi, 1044/hnl-jia
          Khmer      11680/Nnn, 9440/Kun
          Korean     5965/Xi, 1323/hua-jil, 1017/cah-jil
          Mongolian  5990/Huh, 5915/Huh, 1323/htb
          Russian    9685/Ur, 9590/Szg, 7410szg, 7215/Xi, 6100/Be,
                     5905/Kash
          Serbian    15180/Kash
          Vietnamese 11720/Be, 11640/Xi (Voice of the South China Sea),
                      9550/Be, 1296/Kun-yun
1200-1400 Chinese    13810/Kash, 11790/Kash - News Radio
          Chinese    9855/Be, 9540/Kun, 7440/Nnn
          French     13570/Kash
1230-1330 Lao        9785/Kun, 7360/Kun
          Malay      11955/Kun, 11700/Kun (Voice of the South China Sea)
1300-1400 Bengali    11610/Kun, 9600/Be, 9490/Kun, 1188/Kun-yun
          Burmese    9880/Kun, 7400/Kun
          Chinese    13855/Kash, 9520/Ur, 7215/Xi, 7205/Be
          English    13790/Ur, 11980/Kun, 11910/Be, 11900/Kun, 11760/Kun,
                     11640/Kash, 9870/Xi, 9765/Be,  9730/Nnn, 9655/Kash,
                     7300/Kash, 5955/Be, 1341/hdu-gua
          Esperanto  9695/Be, 9440/Nnn
          French     17880/Mali, 13720/Kash, 13685/Mali
          Hindi      9450/Kash, 7265/Ur, 1422/Kash-xin
          Japanese   7410/Jin, 7325/Xi, 1044/hnl-jia
          Korean     5965/Xi, 1323/hua-jil, 1017/cah-jil
          Mongolian  7285/Be, 6100/Ur
          Russian    9665/Xi, 7255/Szg, 5990/Huh, 5915/Huh, 5905/Kash
          Vietnamese 9685/Xi, 9550/Be, 1296/Kun-yun, 684/dof
1330-1430 Indonesian 11955/Kun, 11805/Kun (Voice of the South China Sea)
          Thai       9785/Kun, 7360/Kun, 1080/xua-yun
1400-1500 Amoy       1650/Kun, 9655/Kun
          Bengali    11610/Kun, 9490/Kun, 1269/xua-yun
          Burmese    7445/Kun, 900/deh
          Chinese    11785/Kash, 9730/Kash, 9590/Kash, 9520/Ur, 7410/Be,
                     7235/Kash, 7210/Be, 6040/Xi
          English    11880/Kash, 9795/Ur, 9765/Xi, 9460/Ur, 7300/Ur,
                     6100/Ur, 1422/Kash-xin
          Japanese   7410/Jin, 7355/Xi, 1044/hnl-jia
          Khmer      9880/Nnn, 6055/Nnn, 684/dof
          Korean     5965/Xi, 1017/cah-jil
          Mongolian  5990/Huh, 5915/Huh
          Nepalese   7435/Kun, 7220/Xi, 1269/xua-yun, 1188/Kun-yun
          Russian    7435/Szg, 7330/Xi, 5905/Kash
          Sinhalese  9665/Jin, 7265/Kash, 1188/Kun-yun
          Tamil      9610/Kash, 5965/Kash
          Urdu       7285/Kun, 6075/Kash, 1422/Kash-xin
          Vietnamese 9685/Be, 9550/Be, 1296/Kun-yun, 684/dof-hai
1400-1600 English    17630/Mali, 13685/Mali, 6135/Xi, 5955/Be
1430-1500 Filipino   11640/Be, 7325/Be, 1341/hdu-gua
1430-1530 Lao        9675/Kun, 7360/Kun, 1080/xua-yun
1500-1530 Pashto     9665/Kash, 7435/Kun
          Persian    9600/Kash, 6165/Ur
1500-1600 Bengali    9690/Kun, 9610/Kun
          Chinese    9705/Kash, 9590/Kash, 9560/Kash, 9455/Kun, 7255/Be,
                     7235/Kash, 6100/Be
          English    9880/Nnn, 9785/Jin, 9720/Ur, 9675/Kash, 9525/Kash,
                     7395/Ur, 7325/Be, 6095/Kash, 1323/htb-xin
          Hindi      7265/Kash, 7225/Ur
          Japanese   7220/Jin, 5980/Xi, 1044/hnl-jia
          Nepalese   9535/Xi, 7215/Kun, 1188/Kun-yun
          Russian    6180/Ur, 6105szg, 6025/Xi, 5990/Huh, 5965/Be,
                     5915/Huh, 5905/Kash
          Tamil      9490/Kash, 7360/Kash
          Turkish    9565/Kun
          Urdu       7285/Kash, 6075/Kun, 1422/Kash-xin
          Vietnamese 6190/Be, 684/dof-hai, 603/dof-hai
1530-1600 Pashto     9665/Kash, 7435/Kun, 6165/Ur
1600-1700 Arabic     17880/Mali, 15125/Mali
          English    9880/Nnn, 9875/Kash, 9675/Kash, 9570/Be, 7435/Jin,
                     7420/Ur, 7255/Kash, 7235/Kash,
                     6175/Nnn, 6060/Kun, 1323/htb, 1080/xua
          Hakka      7325/Ur, 6090/Xi
          Hindi      7410/Kun, 5915/Kash, 1422/Kash-xin, 1269/xua-yun,
                     1188/Kun-yun
          Russian    7265/Be, 7215szg, 6040/Ur, 5905/Kash
          Swahili    7245/Xi, 5985/Be
          Turkish    7325/Kun, 6165/Ur
          Vietnamese 7315/Kun, 6010/Be, 684/dof
1600-1800 Arabic     7300/Kash
          French     7350/Kash
          German     7380/Be, 5970/Xi
1630-1730 Hausa      9665/Kun, 9620/Kash
1700-1800 Cantonese  7325/Ur, 7220/Xi
          Croatian   9410/Kash, 7335/Be
          English    9880/Nnn, 9570/Be, 7435/Jin, 7420/Kun, 7410/Kash,
                     7255/Kash, 7235/Kash, 6175/Nnn, 6165/Be, 6140/Kash,
                     6100/Be, 6090/Kun, 1323/htb-xin, 1080/xua-yun
          Esperanto  7420/Xi, 7205/Be
          Hindi      5910/Kun, 1269/xua-yun
          Russian    7410bji, 7265/Ur, 6070/Xi, 6040/Ur, 5915/Kash
          Swahili    15125Mali, 13645/Mali, 7245/Xi, 5985/Be
1730-1830 Chinese    9695/Kun, 7445/Ur, 7315/Kun, 7305/Ur, 6150/Szg
          Hausa      13645/Mali, 11640/Mali fr 1800, 9685/Kun, 9450/Kash
1800-1830 Persian    7415/Xi, 7325/Be
1800-1900 Chaozhou   7285/Xi, 6010/Ur
          English    7210/Be, 6100/Be
          Italian    7435/Jin, 7340/Kash
          Russian    7255szg, 7240/Ur, 6070/Be
1800-2000 French     7360/Xi
          German     9615/Ur, 7395/Kash, 6160/Xi
1830-1900 Bulgarian  9695/Kun, 7265/Ur, 6020/Szg
          Persian    7415/Xi, 7325/Be
1830-1930 Arabic     13685/Mali, 11640/Mali
1830-2030 French     9645/Kun, 7350/Kash
1900-1930 Czech      7415/Ur, 7325/Szg
          Hungarian  9560/Ur, 7440/Xi
1900-2000 Albanian   7385/Kash, 6020/Szg
          Cantonese  9770/Kash, 7215/Be
          English    9440/Kun, 7295/Ur
          Portuguese 9730/Kash, 9535/Be, 7365/Be, 7335/Jin, 7205/Xi,
                     5985/Be
          Romanian   7440/Xi from 1930, 6090/Ur
          Russian    7245/Be, 6110/Xi, 6100/Be
          Turkish    9655/Kun, 7255/Kun
1930-2000 Czech      7415/Ur
          Portuguese 13630/Mali, 11640/Mali
1930-2030 Esperanto  9745/Ur, 7265/Ur
2000-2030 Serbian    9585/Kash, 7390/Xi, 7325/Ur
2000-2100 Chinese    9865/Kun, 7440/Be, 7335/Szg, 7245/Kash, 7205/Xi
          English    9600/Kash, 9440/Kun, 7415/Kash, 7295/Ur, 7285/Xi,
                     5985/Be
          Polish     7305/Ur, 6020/Szg
          Russian    7255/Be, 6155/Be
2000-2130 English    13630/Mali, 11640/Mali
2000-2200 Arabic     6100/Xi
2030-2100 Bulgarian  9720/Ur, 7320/Kun
          Hungarian  9585/Kash, 7390/Jin
2030-2130 Italian    7345/Kash, 7265/Ur
2030-2230 French     7350/Ur, 6115/Be
2100-2130 Serbian    7445/Kun, 7325/Xi
2100-2200 Croatian   7225/Be, 6135/Be
          English    9600/Kash, 7415/Kash, 7325/Be, 7285/Xi, 7205/Xi
2100-2300 Korean     7290/Xi, 1323/hua-jil, 1017/cah-jil
          Spanish    9640/Kash, 6020/Szg
2130-2200 Hungarian  7445/Ur
2130-2230 French     13630/Mali, 11975/Mali
2200-2300 Chinese    7440/Jin, 7325/Kun, 7305/Be, 7290/Ur, 7265/Kun,
                     6180/Kun, 6140/Kun, 6100/Kun, 5975/Be
          English    5915/Be
          Esperanto  9860/Kash, 7315/Kash
          Japanese   7430/Jin, 5985/Xi
          Portuguese 9685/Kash, 9410/Kash, 7260/Ur, 6175/Xi
          Spanish    6100/Be
2200-2400 Spanish    7250/Ur
2300-2400 Khmer      9765/Nnn, 7430/Nnn, 684/dof-hai
          Cantonese  11945/Kun, 9630/Jin, 7325/Kun, 6180/Kun, 6140/Kun
          Chinese    11975/Mali, 9555/Be, 7300/Ur, 7295/Mali
          English    11790/Xi, 9535/Kun, 7410/Kash, 7350/Kash, 6145/Be,
                     5990/Cuba-q, 5915/Kash
          Japanese   9720/Xi, 9695/Jin
          Mongolian  7205/Xi, 6185/Xi
          Portuguese 13650qvc, 6100/Be
          Russian    7415/Huh, 5990/Huh
          Vietnamese 9415/Be, 7220/Xi, 603/dof-hai
2300-0100 Spanish    9800/Kash, 9590/Kash
2330-0030 Sinhalese  7260/Kash, 6100/Kun
(via Tom Laobaixing / China media monitors)
 
Sites used for international MW and international and domestic SW:
/cah   Changchun: 1017 kHz
/dof   Dongfang:  603/684 kHz 600kW
/hdn   Huadian:   1323 kHz 600kW
/huadu            1341 kHz
/hei   Heilongjiang Province: (*) 1323 kHz
/hnl   Changzhou, Henglin: 1044 kHz 1000 kW
/htb   Hutubi:    1521 kHz 500 kW
/Kash  Kashgar:   1422 kHz 600 kW
/Kun   Kunming:   1080/1296 kHz
/lha   Lhasa:     1323kHz
/nei   Nei Menggu Aut. Reg.: (*) 963 kHz
/xjg   Xinjiang Uyghur Aut. Reg.: (*) 1323 kHz
/xuw   Xuanwei:   1188/1269 kHz 600 kW
(*) Exact location unknown
 
SW (approximate transmitter numbers)
/Be Beijing, 3 sites: Doudian (G.C. 39N38 116E05) 4x150, 6x500 kW;
                      Matoucun 12x100 kW; Shuangqiao 8x100, 6x150 kW.
/Gem Golmud:  4x100 kW
/Huh Hohhot (Bikeqi): 3x100 kW
/Jin Jinhua:  3x500kW
/Kash Kashgar (Saibagh): 4x100, 8x500 kW
/Kun Kunming (Anning ):  4x100, 4x150, 4x500 kW
/Lha Lhasa:   13x100 kW
/Lin Lingshi: 6x100 kW
/Nnn Nanning: 2x15, 3x100, 1x150 kW
/Szg Shijiazhuang, two sites: Nanpozhuang G.C.: 2x500kW; Huikou: 6x100 kW
/Ur Urumqi, Hutubi: 9x100, 8x500 kW
/Xi Xi'an, three sites: Xianyang 4x150, 6x500 kW; 
                        Baoji, Sifangshan: 6x100 kW;
                        Baoji, Xinjie 1x150 kW
(info from 2020, no reliable update possible - we.
via Walter Eibl-D, wwdxc monthly 'DX Magazine' Jan 2023, Jan 21)
 
Reception of PBS Xizang Holy Tibet in English on 9490 and 9580 kHz via
Lhasa, January 6:
0700-0800  9490 LHA 100 kW 085 deg to EaAS English.
0700-0800  9580 LHA 100 kW 290 deg to EaAS English.
Fair signal via SDR So Phisal, Thailand
(DX MIX 1276)
 
CUBA    NUMBERS STATION  Reception of Cuban Spy Numbers HM01 16180 kHz via
Bejucal site, January 21
from 2108 16180 BEJ 050 kW unknown to Am/EUR Spanish Tue/Thu/Sat.
Good via SDR Frostburg MD USA.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/cuban-spy-numbers-hm01-on-16180-khz-via.html>
 
NUMBERS STATION   Good signal of Cuban Spy Numbers HM01 10715 kHz via
Bejucal site, January 22
from 2215 10715 BEJ 050 kW unknown to Am/EUR Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri via
SDR Corinne Utah in USA.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/cuban-spy-numbers-hm01-on-10715-khz-via.html
 
NUMBERS STATION   Reception of Cuban Spy Numbers HM01 10860 kHz via
Bejucal site, January 23:
till 0600 10860 BEJ 050 kW unknown to Am/EUR Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri. Very
good via SDR Frostburg MD USA.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/cuban-spy-numbers-hm01-on-10860-khz-via_23.html>
 
NUMBERS STATION   Cuban Spy Numbers HM01 wrong 10860 kHz, instead of
10345 kHz via Bejucal site, January 23:
from 0600 10860 BEJ 050 kW unknown to EUR/AM Spanish Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri.
Good signal via SDR Frostburg MD USA.
Something's always wrong at Radio Cuba & something's always wrong at
Bejucal transmitter center.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/cuban-spy-hm01-on-wrong-10860-instead.html>
 
NUMBERS STATION   Cuban Spy Numbers HM01 wrong 10860 kHz, instead of
9330 kHz via Bejucal bcast center, January 23
from 0700 10860 BEJ 050 kW unknown to EUR/AM Spanish Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri.
Very good via SDR Frostburg MD USA.
Something's always wrong at Radio Cuba & something's always wrong at
Bejucal transmitter center.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/cuban-spy-hm01-on-wrong-10860-instead_23.html>
 
NUMBERS STATION   Cuban Spy Numbers HM01 wrong 10860 kHz, instead of
9065 kHz via Bejucal, January 23
from 0805 10860 BEJ 050 kW unknown to EUR/AM Spanish Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri.
Weak/fair via SDR Frostburg MD USA.
Something's always wrong at Radio Cuba & something's always wrong at
Bejucal transmitter center.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/cuban-spy-hm01-on-wrong-10860-instead_4.html>
 
NUMBERS STATION   Cuban Spy Numbers HM01 wrong 10860 kHz, instead of
9240 kHz via Bejucal, January 23:
from 0910 10860 BEJ 050 kW unknown to EUR/AM Spanish Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri.
Very good via SDR Half Moon Bay.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/cuban-spy-hm01-on-wrong-10860-instead_47.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, direct and hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Jan 23)
 
ECUADOR   6050 kHz  QSL  La Voz de los Andes, HCJB (EQA).
e-QSL: 6050 kHz 04.28-05.00 UT, Jan. 15, 2023.
 
In St. Petersburg, the signal of a transmitter from Ecuador with a power
of 1 kW (on the site  <https://www.short-wave.info/>
information about 10 kW is not true) becomes audible after 4 hours UT,
when the Chinese PBS operating on the same frequency Xizang is no longer
passing. This results in a rather small reception window, and besides, at
this time, HCJB is only on the air on Sat and Sun. A report in English
(program in Spanish) was sent to  <deutsch -at- andenstimme.org>
 
and received a response two days later. Thanks to Evgeny Kornykhin 
(Moscow) for informational support. Blog:
<http://qsl-review.blogspot.com/2021/10/hcjb.html>
(Konstantin Barsenkov, St.Petersburg-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx"
via RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 22)
 
GERMANY   Additional broadcast of Bible Voice Broadcasting
via MBR Nauen:
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/additional-broadcast-of-bible-voice.html>
 
Reception of Bible Voice Broadcasting in English on 11900kHz via MBR Nauen
January 21
1430-1500 11900 NAU 250 kW 102 deg to SoAS English Sat. Very good signal
via SDR Albertirsa-HNG.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/bvbroadcasting-in-english-on-11900-khz_23.html>
 
Reception of PAB Frank & Ernest Discussion 17715 kHz via MBR Nauen, Jan 22
1400-1415 17715 NAU 250 kW 094 deg to SoAS English Sun. Very good signal
via SDR So Phisal.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/pab-frank-ernest-discussion-on-17715_23.html>
 
Reception of Bible Voice Broadcasting in Dari 11900 kHz via MBR Nauen,
January 22:
1430-1500 11900 NAU 250 kW 102 deg to SoAS Dari Tue/Thu/Sun. Very good
signal via SDR So Phisal.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/bvbroadcasting-in-dari-on-11900-khz-via_23.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, direct and hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Jan 23)
 
GERMANY/EUROPE   DARC  Bayern Ost Rundspruch, Notfunk von Alfred, DJGM
Notfunkreferent OV C22 Satelliten Notruf ueber Smartphone 
- ohne App, ohne Netz ?
 
Info zum Thema Satelliten Notruf ueber Smartphone - ohne App, ohne Netz
und Verlaengerung Duldungsregelungen zu 50 MHz, 70 MHz etc. fuer 2023
 
Seit dem 13. Dez. 2022 sind die L-Baender und einige Kanaele der Geo-
Satelliten fuer Notrufe freigeschaltet. Der Satellitennotruf kann getae-
tigt werden, wenn kein GSM-LTE Funknetz und kein WLAN vorhanden ist. Das
funktioniert bereits mit neueren Smartphones wie iPhone 14.
Weitere Smartphones werden sicher bald folgen.
 
Das Smartphone hat eine Frequenzerweiterung fuer das LBand im 1600 MHz
Bereich und muss im Freien sein. Die Uebertragung ist das bekannte WCDMA
Multiplexverfahren. Fuer Android gibt es diese Funktion derzeit noch
nicht, in Planung ist, ueber Low Orbital "Starlink" einen Notruf abzu-
setzen. Erste Test SMS ueber Geo-Satelliten haben gezeigt, dass diese
Funktion tatsaechlich stabil funktioniert.
 
Moeglich ist dies seit einer Woche mit dem Sprach-Notruf ueber 112 und
weit stabiler noch mit einer SMS. Dazu muss das Smartphone im freien
Gelaende ohne Gebaeudebeeintraechtigungen sein. Die zweite Bedingung:
es funktioniert erst, wenn absolut kein Netz mehr vorhanden ist. Andere
normale Gespraeche sind damit nicht moeglich. Es wird derzeit noch dis-
kutiert inwieweit man diese Kanaele gegen Gebuehr auch fuer andere Zwecke
freigibt oder ob man auch fuer die Notruffunktion Gebuehr bezahlen muss.
Deutschland, Frankreich, Grossbritannien und Irland haben den Dienst nun
am 13. Dez. 2022 freigegeben.
 
Die Satelliten sind vor allem geostationaer: Iridium, Inmarsat, Globalstar
und Thuraya. Ebenfalls gibt es eine Testfunktion auf dem Handy. Dazu muss
man das Menue ganz nach unten scrollen. Eine Kommunikation untereinander,
wie dies zwingend im K-Fall und im Notfunkbereich benoetigt wird, ist
damit aber nicht gegeben. Fuer Notrufe bei Netzausfall oder wenn kein Netz
zur Verfuegung steht, ist dies jedoch eine sinnvolle Erweiterung.
Info Gerd DL7GA, Referat OeA Distrikt-U
 
Verlaengerung Duldungsregelungen zu 50 MHz, 70 MHz etc. fuer 2023,
Im veroeffentlichten Amtsblatt 24/2022
 
<https://www.bnetza-amtsblatt.de/download/99>
 
hat die BNetzA dem Antrag des RTA entsprochen und alle "befristeten Er-
laubnisse" fuer den Amateurfunkdienst verlaengert, deren Gueltigkeit am
31. Dez. 2022 erloschen waere.
 
Nutzung der Frequenzbereiche 2320 - 2450 MHz und 5650 - 5850 MHz durch
Klasse E Nutzung des Frequenzbereichs 50 - 52 MHz (750 W PEP Klasse A bzw.
100 W PEP Klasse E zwischen 50,0 - 50,4 MHz).
 
Befristeter Zugang 70,150 - 70,210 MHz.
Nutzung der Frequenzbereiche 1850 - 1890 kHz und 1890 - 2000 kHz mit 750 W
bzw. 100 W an Wochenenden; Contestbetrieb.
(DARC  Bayern Ost Rundspruch, Notfunk von Alfred  DJGM,
Notfunkreferent OV C22, Jan 14, 2023)
 
HUNGARY   540 kHz  eQSL cards - Kossuth Radio & Danko Radio. Reception
in Moscow at 540 kHz (Kossuth Radio from Solt) and 1251 kHz (Danko Radio).
 
<https://vk.com/radioko?w=wall-161080476_1004>
(Igor Kolke, Moscow-RUS, <https://vk.com/radioko>
via RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 22)
 
INDIA   Republic Day Broadcast by AIR on 26 Jan 2023.
 
All India Radio will broadcast the Live Commentary of the Republic Day
Parade from New Delhi 26 January, 2023 from 0410 UTC as follows:
 
English 15030 kHz via Bengaluru (500 kW)
Hindi    9950, 11560 kHz via New Delhi (100 kW)
 
External Services above frequencies that day at that time is cancelled.
All stations of AIR will relay it which will be also available live
streaming in  <https://prasarbharati.gov.in/get-apps/>
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfTD19QYceI>
 
This will be available Doordarshan TV as follows:
<https://prasarbharati.gov.in/live-tv/>
<https://www.youtube.com/user/doordarshannational>
(Jose Jacob-IND  VU2JOS, DXindia iogroups Jan 24)
 
INDONESIA   RRI shortwave broadcast requests in A23 season from March 26:
 
3325 1700 0600 54E    PGA 40 0 0 700 2603-291023 Eng INS RRI
4750 0200 0500 51,54E JAK  3 0 0 700 2603-291023 Eng INS RRI
7290 0500 0800 51     NAB  1 0 0 700 2603-291023 Eng INS RRI
 
Note the low transmitting power of Nabire 1, Jakarta Cimanggis 3 or Palang
Karaya 40 kW; - and antenna type ITU #700 i.e.
'Curtain antenna, arrays of horizontal half-wave dipoles, centre fed,
without reflector.. '  (Jan 25)
 
IRAN  In early December, Radio Kermanshah, Paveh was being heard in Europe
off-frequency on MW 1377.8 kHz.
(Mauno Ritola MW Offsets ioGroup; via NZL DXTimes Jan 2023, page6, Jan 10)
 
ITU/IARU   IARU Monitoring System Region 1 Newsletter Dec 2022
Please, find here the IARU Monitoring System Region 1 Newsletter Dec 2022:
 
<https://www.iaru-r1.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/IARUMS-R1-Newsletter-2022-12.pdf>
 
Best wishes for this new year 2023!
73, HNY, - Gaspar Miro, EA6AMM
IARUMS R1 coordinator
(INTRUDERALERT mailing list, Jan 15)
 
JAPAN  {to KOREA  D.P.R.}  Shiokaze/Sea Breeze via KDDI Yamata Ibaraki
Koga station, 
 
G.C. <https://goo.gl/maps/6aDAgzWwSY5kk6sb7>
 
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<https://tspace-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/articles/2bef98084d9e3a61aba741a940cd0419.jpg>
 
<https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipMgN78fPjnOgMlb14zXtC0pE5SeF3ne6WjmO6Ad=w408-h272-k-no>
 
5930 // 7280 kHz, with a different schedule for some reason. TUESDAY (Jan
24), in ENGLISH, from tune in at 1302+ UT; the same program repeated 1330-
1400 UT.
 
Reading a RFA article about Korean War soldiers finally IDed, killed
73 years ago in the war. What will their Wednesday program be ? In the
past was always in English, not on Tuesday!
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct Jan 24)
 
KOREA, REP OF  [SOUTH]  HLAZ FEBC Korea, 1566 kHz verified with full data
e-QSL in 9 days. Report sent to the following E-mail address:
<chungsookorea -at- gmail.com>
V/S: Chung Soo Kim, Manager of International Relations, Far East Broadcast-
ing Company - Korea.
(Antonello Napolitano-ITA via DX Fanzine 11-12/2022; via
NZL DXTimes Jan 2023, page 6, Jan 10)
 
KYRGYZSTAN   4010 kHz  Birinchi Radio (tent), Bishkek on Jan 21 at 1609-
1615 UT some slow music barely audible w/ audio up and down the qrn thres-
hold, from 1613 UT carrier only; better in usb/lsb sync, continuous rapid
qsb, strong qrn, very weak audio w/ moderate signal.
(Gianni Serra, Rome-Italy, via wor Jan 22)
 
4010.010 kHz at 16.40 UT on Tue Jan 24, Birinchi Radio Krasnaya Rechka
Bishkek bcast center, Kyrgyz Republic. wb.
 
MADAGASCAR   13670 kHz African Pathways Radio, via MWV New Life Station,
Mahajanga, MDG, Madagascar; 1822UT, Jan 20; Afro High-Life music 1826:20UT
APR ID into En religihuxterage. SIO=4+54.
(Harold Frodge-MI-USA, Mare DXpedition log via wor Jan 23)
 
MOLDOVA (?) / PRIDNESTROVIA / UNIDentified.
The unidentified station playing non-stop disco version of USSR
National Anthem in Russian and mentioned in the weeklies RUS-DX #1220
news in English and RUS-DX PLUS #594 in Russian, is the same, first
observed on Oct 14, 2022 at *0400-0500* UT on 9900 kHz (till 0430 UT
over Iran), changing in B22 season the bc time to 0500-0600 UT etc.
 
Only Baltic States, Ukraine and Moldova and Pridnestrovye (from
ex soviet states now) have DST and in B22 UTC+2 hours that rather the
transmitter is from Grigoriopol Maiac Pridnestrovie and the signal here
is powerhouse label.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 19)
 
NETHERLANDS   13864.89 kHz Radio Piepzender, Zwolle, in English on Jan 15,
at 1550-1607 UT playing various kind of songs (hard rock, folk, mellow
songs etc), at 1604 UT woman ID and hinting some words (Radio Piepzender
from Netherlands ...); moderate rapid qsb, lite / moderate qrn rustle,
almost good in am w/ strong audio.
(Gianni Serra, Rome-Italy, via wor Jan 22)
 
PALAU   9965 kHz  QSL  Hope Radio, T8WH  Angel 5 (PLW); e-QSL of
9965 kHz, 11.00-11.34 UT, Jan. 8, 2023. Blog: 
 
<http://qsl-review.blogspot.com/2021/01/hope-radio_30.html>
(Konstantin Barsenkov, St.Petersburg-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx"
via RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 22)
 
PHILIPPINES  {and non}   "wrong schedule of Radio Teos" in Russian.
 
Radio Teos, Russia in Russian via {via FEBA Iba site, wb.} in Philippines
at 15-16 hrs UTC on 9920 kHz announcing 11620 kHz (their A22 freq ?)
 
9920 1500-1600 PHL FEBC Radio Teos Iba Rus Bocaue 1-7
9920 1530-1600 PHL FEBC Radio Teos Iba Ukr Bocaue 1
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 8, 2023)
 
As Ivo Ivanov keeps noting the announced schedule of the Russian program-
mes of Radio Teos is incorrect. I think this is due to the repeat of old
programmes. Many years ago, they had repeats of very old programmes in
German which was inconsistent with their schedules, either.
(Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 19)
 
Okay, okay, ich habe keine weiteren TEOS Infos zur Hand;
? Frage: Hast Du denn neuere korrekte Daten ? (wb, Jan 20)
 
Statt in Englisch ... also in Deutsch: Ich bezog mich auf Rumen Pankows
announcing und die Frage, ob das wohl die Frequenz von A22 war. Ivo Ivanov
merkt schon lange bei seinen Meldungen fuer Radio Teos an, dass der an-
gesagte Sendeplan (Sendezeit, Frequenz) nicht stimmt.
 
Radio Teos war eine christliche Radiostation in St. Petersburg, die auf
MW 1089 kHz sendete. Sie wurde 2003 in die Arbeit der FEBC in Russland
integriert. Die FEBC begann 1992 mit Rundfunksendungen im asiatischen Teil
Russlands. Die Flaechendeckung ermoeglichenden, groesseren Sendestrecken
auf Kurzwelle via KFBS, der FEBC-Station auf Saipan (Noerdliche Marianen),
blieben noch lange erhalten.
 
Beim Sendeende von KFBS Saipan blieb eine Kurzwellenstunde in Russisch
uebrig. Sie wurde nun von FEBC auf den Philippinen ausgestrahlt.
Die Stunde wechselte 2018 von 11650 (!) kHz nach 9920 kHz. Wenig zuvor
hatte FEBC Russland 2016 seine terrestrischen Senderechte in Russland ver-
loren und war zur Internetstation geworden.
(Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 21)
 
RUSSIA/MOLDOVA/KALININGRAD Branch of RTRS   
 
Russian powerful medium wave broadcasting as of Jan 19, 2023.
 
Tests. (Working days between 06.00-14.00 UT:
 
kHz / kW / Transmitter / Possible coverage / Note
549 / 75 / Bolshakovo / Eastern Europe, Baltic States, Ukraine, Belarus,
European part of the Russian Federation / (capacity varies):
 
1143 / 150 / Bolshakovo / Eastern Europe, the Baltic States, Ukraine,
Belarus, the European part of the Russian Federation.
 
1215 / 150 / Bolshakovo / Eastern Europe, the Baltic States, Ukraine,
the European part of the Russian Federation.
 
1089 / 1200 / Kuban RC {Armavir Krasnodar} / Eastern Europe, Baltic
states, Ukraine, European part of Russia, Crimea, Caucasus.
 
Actual broadcast.
999 / 500 / Pridnestrovskiy RC {Grigoriopol Maiac} / Eastern Europe,
Baltic states, Ukraine, European part of the Russian Federation, Belarus,
Crimea, Caucasus / 16.00-22.00 UTC.
 
1413 / 500 / Pridnestrovian RC {Grigoriopol Maiac} / Ukraine,
European part of Russia, Crimea, Caucasus / 24 hours.
<https://vk.com/public158109176>
(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 22)
 
RUSSIA   Khabarovskiy kray. 765 kHz Radio Vostok Russia 2000-1200 UT
// FM 103.7 MHz Berezovy 5 kW, Bikin 5 kW, Bogotodskoye 5 kW,
Chegdomyn 5 kW, De-Kastri 5 kW, Khabarovsk 20 kW, Komsomolsk-na-Amur
Khabarovskiy 20 kW, Krasnoe 5 kW, Sovetskaya Gavan 5 kW, Troitskoye 5 kW,
Zimmermanovka 5 kW.
 
KiwiSDR Receivers:
Khabarovsk   <https://khv.swl.su/>
Novoskbirsk  <http://kiwi.42dx.ru:8073/>  <https://nsk.swl.su/>
(Author: Radio Heritage Foundation
Bruce Portzer's Pacific-Asian Log (PAL) Guide. January 2023 Update.)
 
WEB:  <http://vostoknews.ru/>
Khabarovsk Territory: 765 AM
Khabarovsk: 103.7 FM
Komsomolsk-on-Amur: 88.9 FM
Amursk: 100.9 FM
Vanino: 105.8 FM
<https://vk.com/radiovr?w=club8711287>
(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 22)
 
TAIWAN   9490 kHz QSL  Radio Taiwan Int'l, Russian Sce (TWN). QSL-card:
9490 kHz, 11.00-12.00 UT, Dec. 27, 2022. Envelope sent from Taipei on
January 6th, received on January 19th, 2023. RTI's desk calendar for this
year also arrived last week. Blog: 
 
<http://qsl-review.blogspot.com/2017/06/radio-taiwan-international.html>
(Konstantin Barsenkov, St.Petersburg-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx"
via RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 22)
 
TAIWAN    9774 // 9410 kHz (strong QRM), Fu Hsing BS, still on the air at
1140 UT, Jan 24 !! Believe they went off about 1200 UT; long past their
normal 0900* UT. Their // 15375 kHz channel was not heard.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct Jan 24)
 
THAILAND  9940 kHz HSK9 Radio Thailand; Udorn Thani site at 1227-1229:35*,
UT on Jan 22; En feature Thai tourism into world news; off abruptly. 454.
(Harold Frodge-MI-USA, Mare DXpedition log via wor Jan 23)
 
UKRAINE    Ukraine MW off the air.
 
Ukrainian MW transmitters on 657, 873, 1278, 1404 kHz have been off air
since January 1. It seems that somebody decided to switch them on only
upon improvement of the situation with power supply. Or at least allo-
cation of some funds ...
 
In addition, the transmitter in Kurisove (1278 kHz) has some technical
malfunction according to a recent interview given by an ex-Vice-Director
of the National Radio Company of Ukraine.
 
<https://www.lrt.lt/ua/novini/1263/1860105/rosiia-zakhopliuie-chastoti-ukrayins-kogo-radiomovlennia-v-diapazoni-serednikh-khvil>
 
<https://mediumwave.info/2023/01/24/ukraine-111/>
<Alex Miatlikov-UKR; to MWlist iog (Jan 23), wor Jan 25)
 
U.A.E.  Reception of Mizzima R.in Burmese 17730 kHz via ENC-DMS Dhabbayya,
January 23. 1130-1300 17730 DHA 250 kW  90 deg to SoEaAS Burmese.
Very good via SDR So Phisal in Thailand.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/mizzima-radio-on-17730-khz-via-enc-dms_23.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, direct and hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Jan 23)
 
Reception of Radio ERGO in Somali 17845.1v kHz via ENC-DMS Dhabbayya,
January 23
1200-1300 17845.1vDHA 250 kW 225 deg to EaAF Somali. Weak/fair via
SDR Albertirsa, Hungary.
 
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/radio-ergo-on-178451v-khz-via-enc-dms.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, direct and hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Jan 23)
 
U.K. Does anyone happen to have any idea when the remaining Absolute Radio
transmitters 1215 kHz are likely to pull the switch at all ?
(Andrew Tett-UK, BrDXC-UK iogroups Jan 23)
 
Hi Andrew. I understand all but the Brookmans Park transmitter are due to
be switched off today, and it's clear from other posts today that a number
have already had the power cut off earlier today. According to a post
Medium Wave Circle, from an ex-engineer at Virgin 1215 kHz, the previous
station that used the 1215 kHz network, Brookmans Park might get a re-
prieve until Thursday {Jan 26}, but he seemed by no means certain. He ob-
served it would be interesting to see how it performs its own, without
phasing interference and heterodynes and echoes from the co-channel
transmitters.
(Ian Kelly, Tilehurst, Reading-UK, BrDXC-UK iogroups Jan 24)
 
Re:  MW 1215 kHz - Over and Out - But When ?  Hi all,
my local 1215 kHz transmitter at Droitwich was taken off the air much
earlier today Jan 23. Don't know exactly when. It was this morning before
08:00, but had gone by lunchtime. Now we have darkness I have quite a
strong signal with fading which I'm guessing is probably Moorside Edge as
I believe Brookmans Park has now bitten the dust. On my XHDATA D808 I can
hear very weak signals 1197 kHz, 1242 kHz with a slightly stronger signal
1233 kHz.
(John Gleeson, Birmingham-UK, BrDXC-UK iogroups Jan 23)
 
Re: [BrDXC-UK DX-news] 1215 kHz TX close-down's.
Bournemouth off on 1197 kHz.
(David James-UK, , BrDXC iogroups Jan 24)
 
Westerglen is now down on 1215 kHz too. I can hear one of the other trans-
mitters still going on 1215 kHz.
(Ellie McNeill-UK, BrDXC iogroups Jan 24)
 
Absolute Radio Moorside Edge 1215 kHz  went off between 1000 & 1100 UT
today with me (Jan 25) Stoke 1242 kHz seemed to disappear between 1100 &
1120 UT. This just left Absolute Nottingham on 1197 kHz, which still
appears to be on at 1210 UT.
 
There is a weak Absolute signal on 1215 kHz at the moment using a fence
wire, presume Brookmans Park ?
 
At the moment (1445 UT Jan 25) Absolute Radio Nottingham 1197 kHz is still
on. There is also a weaker (with me) Absolute R. still radiating the loop
on 1215 kHz.
(Nick Rank, Buxton-UK, BrDXC iogroups Jan 25)
 
Brookmans Park is off as of now 1335 GMT. Don't know when it went off, it
was on last night.
(Gareth Foster-UK, BrDXC iogroups Jan 25)
 
Re:  1215 kHz. The Absolute Radio retune loop tape still running on 1215
kHz is now just Lisnagarvey, Northern Ireland I think (and maybe also
Newcastle?).
 
Also still on 1197 kHz (Nottingham) and 1260 kHz (Lydd, Kent?).
(Alan Pennington, Caversham-UK, BrDXC iogroups Jan 25)
 
U.K.  BBC Far Eastern Relay Station: Supplementary Relay Service via Japan
 
From the script of AWR "Wavescan" DX Programme #437 courtesy of Dr Adrian
M Peterson: On two previous occasions here in Wavescan, we have presented
the story of the BBC Far East Relay Station; at its first location in
Tsang Tsui Hong Kong 
{ formerly location Tsang Tsui  <https://goo.gl/maps/jkMPQ23RM2UVBksU6> }
 
and then at its subsequent location in Nakhon Sawan Thailand.
The Hong Kong station was on the air from 1987 to 1997, and the Thailand
station was on the air from 1996 until the end of 2016.
 
However, during this same era, not so well known is the fact that the BBC
was on the air also from a high powered shortwave relay station in Japan.
That is the story here in this edition of the international DX program,
Wavescan.
 
We go back in the pages of time to the year 1941, and that was when the
Japanese government began the construction at Yamata of what was then a
modern new shortwave station, almost adjacent to the older station at
Nazaki. These twin shortwave stations were installed in rolling country-
side some 50 miles north of Tokyo that is these days heavily built up and
intensively cultivated.
 
The first transmitter at Yamata was a 50 kW unit that was apparently manu-
factured in Japan and it was taken into service on 1 January 1941. This
unit was in use to beam programming in Japanese and English to North
America, Europe and China. This new unit was identified on air under call-
signs in the JL series, such as JLT on 6190 kHz and JLG3 on 11705 kHz.
 
At the time when the Pacific War began (7 December 1941), the programming
of Radio Tokyo in Japanese and English was on the air from five shortwave
transmitters located at Nazaki and Yamata, two at 20kW and three at 50 kW.
 
At Yamata, it would appear that there was just the one transmitter at 50kW
with the JL callsigns, though there may possibly have been one additional
transmitter at 20 kW also.
 
Towards the end of the Pacific War, probably early in the year 1945, some
of the electronic equipment in each of the shortwave stations in Japan was
removed and hidden for safety in a country location. However, at both
Nazaki and Yamata, there was still sufficient equipment remaining in ser-
vice to keep the stations on the air.
 
In August 1945, Yamata was taken over by Allied Military Forces and it was
used for both international communication as well for the broadcast of
programming in Japanese and English.
 
Initially, there was just one shortwave transmitter on the air at Yamata
and this was a single 5 kW unit. When the station was on the air on 7257.5
kHz with a relay of programming in Japanese from mediumwave JOAK, the
shortwave callsign was JKC; but when it was on the air on 9605 kHz with a
relay of English programming from the American AFRS station WVTR, the
shortwave callsign was JKE. In 1949, the callsign for the Japanese pro-
gramming was adjusted from JKC to JKH, and the callsign for the English
programming was adjusted from JKE to JKL.
 
A new 50 kW shortwave transmitter was inaugurated at Yamata on 1 February
1952 under a new callsign series, JOA; and shortly afterwards another
50 kW was installed under the consecutive callsign JOB. Both units could
be combined into 100 kW output on the same channel as needed.
 
Over the years, many additional transmitters have been installed at
Yamata, and in 1990 for example the WRTVHB listing for Japan showed
2 X 20 kW, 2 X 50 kW, and 8 X 100 kW. Ten years later, the WRTVHB list
showed 3 X 100 kW and 7 X 300 kW. Incidentally, the official callsign
for the Yamata shortwave station, which is owned these days by the commer-
cial company KDD, is JOD, though this call is never used on air.
 
21 It was during the year 1993 that the BBC in London took out a supple-
mentary relay from shortwave NHK-KDD at Yamata and this was in addition to
the program output from the quite new 6 year old BBC relay station which
was located at Tsang Tsui in the interior jungle area of Hong Kong.
 
location at  22.421273798247842 N  113.92095414351077 E
G.C.  <https://goo.gl/maps/iCWtbFV3krFKxcfo6>
 
Initially, the BBC relay via Japan was for around four hours daily, though
this was soon increased to around seven and eight hours daily. The BBC
programming from Japan was beamed to China in English and Mandarin via
one of their 300 kW transmitters.
 
When the BBC Far Eastern programming was transferred from their station in
Hong Kong to their newer station at Nakhon Sawan in Thailand during the
years 1996 and 1997, the BBC continued the usage of the supplementary
relay service of programming from Japan. In fact three years later, the
BBC relay service via Japan was increased to ten hours daily, though still
in English and Mandarin to China.
 
The supplementary BBC relay via Yamata in Japan was terminated during the
year 2007, at the end of a fifteen year jaunt. As far as is known, there
are no QSL cards anywhere verifying the BBC relays via Yamata in Japan,
not from the BBC nor from NHK Tokyo.
("Communication" monthly magazine Jan 2023,p#21, BrDXC-UK iogroups Jan 16)
 
USA / CHINA    WWV Standard and Time Signal station.
 
I received such an interesting letter in response to a report for WWV:
"Thank you for your letter and interest in WWV.
 
I believe the acceptance report you submitted is not WWV. Our broadcast
includes a verbal announcement of the time of day just before the start of
a new minute. It would be a male voice saying "on signal..." and announc-
ing the time UTC.
 
Also, seconds are indicated by a ticking sound, not short beeps.
We have had several QSL requests similar to yours, but with an audio
recording of a temporary station similar to the one you describe. We don't
know where the station is, but it broadcasts on the same frequencies as
WWV from US.
 
For your information, WWV broadcasts on 2.5, 5.0, 10.0, 15.0, 20.0 and
25.0 MHz. NIST radio station WWVH broadcasts on 2.5, 5.0, 10.0, and 15.0
MHz from Hawaii.
 
Best wishes,
Sincerely,
Glenn Nelson
technician
 
National Institute of Standards and Technology
WWV/WWVB radio stations".
 
{China}  About the time and frequency station operating in AM at 15000 kHz
exactly, so it really was Chinese NTSC: at 59 minutes - Morse signals, 
at 00 minutes - a voice message in Chinese, a female voice.
 
(Andrey, Russia; Radio reception - Telegram;
via RUSdx #1221 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Jan 22)
 
USA   17790 kHz  Radio Africa via WRMI Okeechobee-FL; 1852-1901+ UT, Jan
20; Christ Gospel B'cast from Jeffersonville IN (everything is bad); 1859
UT WRMI / Pan American B'casting ID into deceased child molester Tony
Alamo "using the Book of Peter". S9 w/ buzz QRM.
(Harold Frodge-MI-USA, Mare DXpedition log via wor Jan 23)
 
UZBEKISTAN    TVOM Voice of Martyrs in Chinese 7630 kHz via RRTM Tashkent,
January 21
from 2101  7630 TAC 100 kW 066 deg to EaAS Chinese. Very good via
SDR So Phisal in Thailand.
<https://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2023/01/tvom-voice-of-martyrs-in-chinese-on_23.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, direct and hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Jan 23)
 
5819.93v kHz CLANDESTINE Nippon no Kaze (pres) via RRTM Tashkent Uzbeki-
stan, in listed Korean Jan 8 at 1729-1742UT slow music, woman unclear talk
above music, sudden s/off at 1730 UT, again air at 1732 UT w/ same woman
talk w/ Far East accent, music break at 1739 UT, man talk; better in usb
sync, non stop rapid qsb, strong qrn rustle, qrm moderate unid ute,poor/
very poor at times/from about 1739 UT fair.
(Gianni Serra, Rome-Italy, via wor Jan 22)
 
VIETNAM   11885 kHz  Jan 18 at 1643 UT music, then talk in Russian. Yes,
VOVTN this semihour is scheduled. It's extremely wobbly, at first suspect-
ing two signals beating, but this would not be jammed. Rather it's
Doppler flutter as evident on many other weaker Asian signals on 25m.
WWV:
"Solar-terrestrial indices for 17 January follow.
Solar flux 222 and estimated planetary A-index 6.
 
The estimated planetary K-index at 1500 UTC on 18 January was 2.67.
Space weather for the past 24 hours has been minor. Radio blackouts
reaching the R1 level occurred."
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor iogroups / hcdx Jan 19)


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