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BC-DX 1517                                                  20 Sept 2022

ALGERIA   7200 kHz Telediffusion d'Algerie (TDA) 0000-0007 UT Broadcasting
in Arabic from Bechar bcast center site [near Moroccoan border] w/ID
at ToH OM annmt. News followed by music at 0005 UT. Had a S=9+5db. Signal
into KC9FFV Kiwi rSDR Forney-TX-USA. Forney is located about 20 miles east
of Dallas-TX.

17600 kHz TDA broadcasting in Arabic playing Arabian music with a slightly
over driven audio partially distorted but it could be a lot worse. Copied
1301 UT ID ToH followed by news. Xmtr Bechar has a S=8 / S=9 signal into
Kiwi rSDR Warrenton-VA-USA on Sept 14.
(Gary Pence-UT-USA, hcdx Sept 14)

Re:  Gary Pence (Km5x) log's for September 14th,
to the BC tests of the TDA transmitter engineers at the new Ampegon unit
installations in Bechar and Quargla:

THEY DO NOT KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING in the 41 meterband on 7200 kHz.

re 7200 kHz channel use for BCstation services in AM/DSB format these days
is illegal, only USB-mode transmissions are allowed on 7200 kHz resp.
7300 kHz channels on upper side band flank.

acc UN / ITU bandplan
first AM BC / DSB mode channel in EUR/AS/AUS region 1 and 3, is 7205 kHz,

in ITU region 2 like AM_ericas is 7305 kHz channel and up:

ITU Radio Regulations of ITU 4.5 and Circular Letter of ITU Switzerland
CR/282  3.2

RR 4.5
The frequency assigned to a station of a given service shall be separated
from the limits of the band allocated to this service in such a way that,
taking account of the frequency band assigned to a station, no harmful
interference is caused to services to which frequency bands immediately
adjoining are allocated.



(wb  df5sx, hcdx wor BrDXC-UK iogr; wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 15)

AUSTRALIA   11900 kHz  Reach Beyond Australia from Kununurra heard at
1224 UT on Sept 12. A woman conversing with a man in listed Nepali lang.
Mostly fair.
(Bob Brossell, Pewaukee-WI-USA, NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1066 Sept 18)

11899.972 kHz oddly fq from RBA Kununurra site at 12.32 UT on Sept 20,
proper S=9+30dB signal observed in Delhi South Asia target.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 20)

CHINA   6200 kHz  Voice of Jinling, Nanjing, Sept 8 pretty good signal
today though atmospheric noise, noted with infamous "double sign-on"
this morning. Signal abruptly there with Chinese classical instl mx in
progress at *1226.30- UT and then off fifteen seconds later. Back on for
good at *1227.20- UT. ID annmt at 1230 UT and ads.

6200 kHz  Voice of Jinling via Nanjing, good signal through noise at 1245
UT with mellow keyboard selection in Chinese with YL vocalist.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

CHINA   13720 kHz  { UNIDENTIFIED }  1342 UT on Sept 15. Woman and man
alternating. Program ended with woman announcer, some music to carrier
dropping at 1400 UT. Too poor to tell language. Nothing listed in
Aoki or EiBi database lists, did not find a recent logging in World of
Radio which would match this time. Radio Russia - Irkutsk listed in
HFCC.org, however not enough information from broadcast to be even
(Mark Taylor, Madison-WI-USA, NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1066 Sept 18)

NASWA Flashsheet #1066 item, Sept 18
13720 1100 1200 49,54W   XIA 500 200 216 1234567 D Eng CHN CRI RTC
13720 1100 1400 27,37,38 INB  50  62 902 .23456. N Eng USA INB FCC
13720 1300 1330 46S      ISS 500 180 217 1234567 D Ful F   RFI TDF

WINB - USA is DRM digital mode requested ...
or Sofia Kostinbrod checked the antenna matching procedure for
BBC relay via SOF
later at 1800-1830 UT night to 47S,52N,52SE to Central Africa
{sic, wrong, wb.}

CHINA   13720 kHz checked the 13-14 UT hour on Tuesday Sept 20:

13720even kHz at 13.24 UT on Sept 20, 10.8 kHz wideband audio in Chinese
language, S=9+35dB powerhouse signal strength at Delhi India remotedly,
and a lot of // on
11925, 13020, 13130, 13640, 13835, 15130 kHz seems all CNR jamming
channels at this hour.
(wb  df5sx, wor / wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 20)

COLOMBIA   6017.012 kHz on Sept 11 at 0706 UT, JBA music vs jamming bleed,
from 6030 ?  Presumably the lately reported pirate, which was already
identified 5 months ago by Rafael Rodriguez R. as Organizacion 'Radial el
Prado', in Palermo, Magdalena.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

CONGO   6115 kHz  Radio Congo, Brazzaville, 1810-1831* UT on Sept 11,
French, news, comments. 15321.
Also heard 1809-1828* UT, Sept 13, French, news, female, male, mentioned
"Le Congo", 25422.
Also heard 1804-1831* UT, Sept 14, French, news, male, female,
"La redaction de Radio Congo". 25432.
Also 1817-1835* UT, Sept 15, French, news, male, female, "Le Congo",
"Les Congolais", 1827: "Actualite culturelle". 25433.
Also 1805-1827* UT, Sept 16, French, news, female, male. 15421.
Also 1812-1823* UT, Sept 17, French, news, comments. 15421.
(Manuel Mendez-Lugo-ESP, hcdx Sept 11 - 18)

CUBA   9790 kHz  CRI Beijing (via Cuban QUIVICAN San Felipe TITAN bcast
center wb.), 0312 to 0401 UT on Sept 11, English. Discussion of celebrity
and pop music singers with a mention of the group The Three Degrees. Dis-
cussion then moved to movies with actress Jackie Chung in them. This was
followed by mention of a song associated with the 2010 Asia Games. Music
was heard at 0327 UT. Song Price Tag (It's Not About the Money) by
Jesse J was played to close out the show. Flip to Chinese at 0400 UT.
Somehow I prefer the old Radio Beijing. SINPO 44434.
(Tony Pavick-BC-CAN, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1066 Sept 18)

CZECH REPUBLIC    86th birthday of Radio Prague International Video
'Behind the scenes at Radio Prag International'


(RPI via Paul Gager Vienna-AUT, BrDXC-newsgr iogroup Sept 18)

DENMARK   5970 kHz  2235-2245 UT Radio 208 playing back to back music from
Hvidovre heard ID in English at 2235 UT followed by two Songs Steel Dan's
"Do it again" and "The moody Blues" - "Nights in white Satin" until 2245UT
with a S5-S6 Signal with some QRN into W1NT Newton-NH  KiWiSDR remotedly.
If they are still running 100 watts, that's remarkable.
(Gary Pence log's for September 16th. hcdx Sept 16)

Yes, Radio208 from Hvidovre, Copenhagen, is still running a little under
100 Watt on 5970 kHz. And on the air 24/7.

Reception of Radio208 on KiwiSDR in NH, USA, however is not 'remarkable'.
This KiwiSDR is one of the few in the US which has low noise and has a
good aerial. I have checked reception here on numerous occasions, and
would say that reception is quite regular. Now at 0220 UT reception is

And now a little after 04 UT both Sunlite from the Netherlands on 5955 kHz
and Radio208 from Hvidovre, Denmark, on 5970 kHz are on completely clear
channels in NH, USA, with fairly good reception:

Good reception now in NH, USA,
<http://w1nt.onthewifi.com:8073/>  of World
Music Radio on 5930 kHz (100 Watt) and Radio208 on 5970 kHz (100 Watt).

5930 is weekends only now, but 5970 is still running 24/7.
(Stig Hartvig Nielsen-DEN,  <www.radio208.dk>  hcdx Sept 16 - 17)

Re:  5930 and 5970 kHz from Denmark, at southern Baden Wuerttemberg, on
Swiss border on Perseus and KiwiSet at

5929.987 kHz S=7 or -79 dBm at 01.08 UT, WMR BRG station annmt heard at
01.09:43 UTC.  WMR slightly a little stronger than R 208 signal.

5970.015 kHz R208 HVI measured at 01.04 UT Sept 18, S=6 or -82dBm, but
co-channel heterodyne QRM by US WEWN program #3 in Spanish language on
5970even frequency.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

GERMANY    "Shortwaveservice" schedule for Kall-Krekel.

Am 14 Sept 2022 schrieb Aleksander Yurin:  Hello, colleagues !
Please let me now if there is schedule for Shortwaveservice frequencies
3985 and 6005 kHz available?
I can't find it at  <shortwaveservice -dot- com>


SHORTWAVESERVICE Kall - Deutschland. SENDEPLAN A22 season.
27 March  -  29 October 2022. All times in CEST (UTC+2 hrs)

3985 kHz
17:00 Radio Popexpress "Popmusik vom Feinsten" und "Sahne fuer die Ohren"
17:00-17:30 Radio Tirana, Albania (dt)
17:30-18:00 Radio Slowakei International (fr)
18:00-19:00 SRF Switzerland, Echo der Zeit (dt)
19:00-19:30 Radio Bulgarien (dt)
19:30-20:00 Radio Bulgarien (en)
20:00-20:30 Radio Slowakei International (dt)
20:30-21:00 Radio Slowakei International (fr)
21:00-21:30 SRF4 Switzerland, Tageszusammenfassung (dt)

6005 kHz
10:00-11:00 Radio Ukraine International (ukrainisch)
11:00-11:30 Radio Slowakei International (en)
11:30-12:00 Radio Prag, Czech Rep (dt)
12:00-12:30 Radio Slowakei International (dt)
12:30-13:00 SRF Switzerland , Rendez-Vous (dt)
13:00-13:30 Radio Slowakei International (en)
13:30-14:00 Radio Slowakei International (fr)
14:00-14:30 Voice of Mongolia (en) (Mo-Sa), Sun: R. Amathusia (dutch)
14:30-15:00 Radio Tirana (en)      (Mo-Sa), Sun: R. Amathusia (dutch)
15:00-15:30 Radio Slowakei International (dt)
15:30-16:00 Radio Slowakei International (fr)
16:00-16:30 Radio Slowakei International (sp)
16:30-17:00 Radio Slowakei International (en)
17:00-17:30 Polskie Radio Warsaw (dt)
17:30-18:00 Radio Slowakei International (en)

6085 kHz Daily
09:00-19:00 Radio MiAmigo International
(Roger Thauer-D, wor via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 14)

INDONESIA   3325 kHz  Voice of Indonesia, broadcasting from Palangkaraya,
1032+ UT. Back again after being silent for a month, but having technical
difficulties; 1032-1044 UT, in English; 1107-1110 UT, in Chinese; 1110-
1115* UT, open carrier / dead air till xmtr went off; 1143+ UT, heard open
carrier/dead air again till past 1313+ UT, with no audio !
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor and via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 16)

INDONESIA   Asilomar State Beach, Calif. - please note Indonesia {...}
Thanks for your information of Voice of Indonesia. I also confirmed the
ending news music of Japanese program "Mars Angkasawan RRI" on 3325 kHz
at 1209 UT on Sept 18.

By the way, I inform you of DX tip of RRI Yogyakarta. According to the
reply from RRI Yogyakarta, the station is now using following

Pro1  91.1 MHz 15kW of Rohde&Schwarz model installed in 2011 at 2200-1700
Pro2 102.5 MHz 10kW of RVR model    installed in 2001 at 2200-1700 UT
Pro3 102.9 MHz 10kW of RVR model    installed in 2020 at 24h operating
Pro4 106.6 MHz  5kW of Nautel model installed in 2018 at 2200-1700 UT
Pro4  1107 kHz 10kW of Harris model installed in 2005 at 2200-1700 UT
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor and via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 19)

Although I tried RRI Yogyakarta on 1107 kHz via SDR radio servers in
Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya, I have not picked it up any of them.
Maybe inactive.
(Juichi Yamada-Nara-JPN, via Ron Howard-CA-USA; Sept 20)

3325 kHz  Voice of Indonesia, via Palangkaraya; yesterday {Sept 18} was
off the air, but today was on and somewhat readable. Highlights:

1115 UT: In Chinese.
1201: Started in Japanese; news.
1208: Up-beat, patriotic RRI song "Mars Angkasawan RRI" (very nice video -

am very grateful to Juichi Yamada (Japan) for IDing this song for me
last year; in the past I incorrectly reported it as "Garuda Pancasila."

1301: Started in English; news (Taiwan quake, etc.); 1308, brief announce-
ment about VOI contest; "Spotlight" weekend commentary; up-beat, patriotic
RRI song "Mars Angkasawan RRI."

1313: "Today In History"; this date in 1931, the Japanese army had the
Mukden Incident, in Manchuria; this date in 1948 year, the Communist Party
of Indonesia rebellion, known as the Madiun Affair; this date in 2007 year
Saffron Revolution, with economic and political protests in Myanmar.

1317: Multi-language PSA to wear a mask; acknowledgement of a letter from
a German listener; segment "Indonesia Today."
1330: "Indonesian Wonder" program.

A rare day that I clearly could make out some audio on // 4749.95 kHz,
via Cimanggis / Jakarta bcast center site, at 1148 UT and was mixing with
CNR1; listening here before the start-up of Bangladesh (External Service)
at 1228 UT.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor and via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 19)

IRAN   13610 kHz QSL  Received e-QSL for reception IRIB Voice of Islamic
Republic of Iran (13610 kHz, via Sirjan bcast center site) in Bengali
language. Reception Report was sent to:
<radiotehran1982 -at- gmail.com>

(Ivan Zeleny, Nizhnevartovsk, Khanty-Mansky Autonomous Area, Russia, hcdx
and via RUSdx #1202 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 11)

ITALY   Video - Rai Way medium wave broadcasting center in Milan Siziano
tribute. Andrea Zamproni wrote on the WRTH  F_B group on 9 September 2022.

I would like to share my simple tribute to the Rai Way medium wave broad-
casting center in Milan Siziano, which will be shut down on 11 September
2022 and subsequently demolished.

Currently the transmitter (Harris DX600) and the antenna (148 meters) are
used for "Rai Radio 1" at 900 kHz with a power of 50 kW.

A second antenna (145 meters) is used for the private broadcaster
"Radio Zainet" (693 kHz, 2 kW).  73  Iw2nnv

(via Mike Terry-UK, BrDXC-UK iogroup Sept 10)

re:  Italy RAI R1 MW closure.  Hello again,
Torino on 999 kHz, just close around 0800 UTC. Now all RAI AM frequencies
are OFF.
(Christian Ghibaudo Nice-France, BrDXC-UK iogroups Sept 11)

Hi  -  Following the closure of the RAI transmitter on 1575 kHz from my
home (central France) Radio Seerah from Leicester is received with signals
from weak to good, I am always surprised at the quality of the signal with
such a small power, interesting frequency also for the relay of the VOA in
Thailand (1000 kW).  SDR Perseus + Loop ALA 1530
(Franck Baste Le Sept 11, franckbaste a ecrit ...)

Re:  Italy - planned RAI medium wave switch off concerns expressed.

Actually Radio Trst A on SID 3454 has been there before. Perhaps they now
emphasize it to calm down the complaints*) about turning off the 10 kW MW
outlet which in this case already happened, at some point between 20:10
and 23:20 CET.


The SID 3452 feed has been there before as well. But until yesterday it
appeared as "Rai Radio 1 OM", so apparently carried the same program
output than at least 657, 900, 1107 kHz. Perhaps today they switched it to
the very soon ex-936 kHz program output while the other one will disappear
(Kai Ludwig-D, wor Sept 10)

Here is the following link about how to listen RAI Slovenia MW 981 kHz and
l'Ora della Venezia Giulia MW 936 kHz via satellite since September 10:
13.0 degr East Hot Bird 13C 11766.00 V 52 HB9 Europe DVB-S2 8PSK 29900 3/4

L'Ora della Venezia Giulia RAI In chiaro - FTA 3452 652 ita 1132 8191
Rai Radio Slovenia         RAI In chiaro - FTA 3454 654 ita 1134 654

Source: <https://it.kingofsat.net/pos-13E_ita.php>
(Nino Marabello Treviso-ITA, Sept 10)

KAZAKHSTAN   The President of Kazakhstan has signed a decree renaming the
capital to Astana This is reported by Rambler.

Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev signed a decree on Saturday renam-
ing the capital of the republic from Nur-Sultan to Astana. This was
reported by the press service of the head of state.


(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

KOREA REP OF  {South}   Mail.
The Russian service of KBS World Radio Seoul showed a mountain of letters
that were sent to listeners in Russia. Postal communication with our
country is reported to have resumed on 13 September:


Greetings, dear friends! We haven't had such great news for a long time !
What we all have been waiting for so long has finally happened: on Sep-
tember 13 we opened a postal message with Russia! We immediately sent the
first batch of parcels, we have accumulated a lot of them. We will try to
send everything as soon as possible, we know how our radio listeners are
waiting for their gifts. We very much hope that postal communication with
other CIS countries will also be restored soon. Source - :

(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

KOREAs BOTH:  D.P.R. {North}  and  REPUBLIC  OF {South}

Echo of Hope - VOH, frequencies on Sept 18 & 19:
3990.014 kHz S=7      at 18.38 UT Sept 19 not 3985 kHz !
4885.003 kHz S=9+15dB at 18.28 UT Sept 19
6000.029 kHz S=9+5dB  at 18.20 UT Sept 19  {KRE jamming on 5995even }

{6229.938 TWN SOH progr}
6250even kHz S=7      at 16.15 UT Sept 19
accompanied KRE jamming on upper flank 6254.9 kHz
{6340.169 TWN SOH propr}
6355.035 kHz S=9      at 16.05 UT Sept 19
jamming centered at 6346.700 and 6350.300 / range 6348-6351 kHz

9099.997 kHz S=7      at 11.04 and 22.48 UT Sept 19
9104.996 kHz S=8      at 01.53 UT Sept 18

Voice of the People
3480.009 kHz S=6      at 18.49 UT on Sept 19. via Kyonggi-do Goyang
3910.012 kHz S=6      at 18.46 UT on Sept 19. via Kyonggi-do Goyang
3930.006 kHz S=6      at 18.43 UT on Sept 19. via Kyonggi-do Goyang
4450even kHz S=9+20dB at 18.30 UT on Sept 19  {KRE jamming on 4449.981 }
6520.015 kHz S=7      at 11.10 UT on Sept 19.
6599.999 kHz S=6      at 11.14 UT on Sept 19.

6015even kHz KBS Seoul Hanminjok, S=9+15dB at 18.26 UT Sept 19.

Nearby 90 / 75 meterband and fqs in between
2349.384 kHz, much odd fq KCBS Pyongyang Korean at 21.50 UT, weak signal

3002, 3028, 3102 kHz heavy KRE jamming, S=7 at 19.00 UT on Sept 19.

3205.170 approx. centered
         KRE KCBS Pyongyang Korean progr in DRM mode via Pyongyang site,
         S=9+5dB signal at 21.53 UT on Sept 19.
         9.7 kHz broadband digital block signal approx.

3219.923 KRE  KCBS Pyongyang Korean progr via Hamnung tx site,
         S=9+10dB fluttery signal at 19.04 UT on Sept 19.
3219.922 at 22.06 UT on Sept 19.

3319.995 KRE  Pyongyang BS Korean at 22.12 UT S=9 signal in Japan.

3324.998 INS  VoINS Palang Karaya, mx at 19.07 UT S=7 in Hiroshima Japan.

3945.008 KRE  Echo of Unification Pyongyang, S=8 or -79dBm signal strength
         at 22.16 UT.

3959even KRE  KCBS Korean via Kanggye site, S=7-8 or -83dBm in Tokyo 22.18

3969.817 much odd fq outlet, KRE  EoU Echo of Unification Chongjin Naham
         site of fair S=7 or -91dBm signal at 22.20 UT. Likely location at
         41 45 59.19 N  129 41 59.20 E  or


3990.003 CHN  PBS Gannan, from Hezuo, Chinese fiddle mx, S=7 in Delhi site
         at 22.36 UT on Sept 19.

4010.158 kHz string visible, heavy fluttery KGZ Kirghiz Radio Bishkek at
         00.17 UT on Tues Sept 20. Seemingly warming up procedure, wander-
         ed upwards speedy to 4010.166 kHz at 00.22 UT. Low modulation.

5129.937 kHz heavy fluttery KGZ Radio Sedaye Zindagi in Pashto/Dari
         religious - TWR like program, from Bishkek Krasnaya Rechka bcast
         center to Afghanistan target, at 00.17 UT on Tues Sept 20.
         Low modulation.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18 / 19 / 20)

KUWAIT/THAILAND   15090 kHz UNID, maybe Dari, Pashto. Good reception at
SDR Bangkok, Thailand. On air now at 0317 UT. Radio Azadi?  Radio Liberty?
(Jorge Freitas-Bahia BRA, hcdx / wor Sept 10)

Re: 15090 kHz.
15090 kHz start at 04.30 UT in RFE Dari language from Kuwait
AGM United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM)
exBBG USAGM VoA Kuwait al-Dschahra suburb, US exIBB USAGM VoA RL RFA
bcast center Kuwait relay site is  n o t  via Kabd location,

rather 43 kilometers distance apart northerly at al-Dschahra suburb
29 30 45.59 N  47 40 17.84 E

02.30-03.00 15090 kHz via Udorn Thani Ban Dung in Pashto
03.00-03.30 15090 kHz via Udorn Thani Ban Dung in Dari
03.30-04.30 17880 kHz via Udorn Thani Ban Dung in Pashto
(wb  df5sx, hcdx / wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 10)

LIBERIA   6049.971 kHz  ELWA Monrovia - not stable fq, varied 3 Hertz up
and down, scheduled at 05.25-10.00 UT. Fair S=6 signal into Edmonton-Alb
at 06.49 UT on Tuesday Sept 20.
(wb  df5sx, hcdx / wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 20)

6050  ELWA Monrovia on Sept 8. ID at 2200 UT fairly clear signal with Id
including FM frequency, followed by an English language religious show
with male announcer alternating with gospel chorus. National Anthem and
announcement at sign-off at 2231 UT with immediate carrier off.

Toward end of broadcast increasing co-channel interference perhaps from
HCJB Quito Ecuador. SIO 222. There seems to be a window before Quito
comes in, also heard on Maryland KiwiSDR with tf2d. Noise reduction
(spectral) somewhat helpful.
(Eric J. Johnson-NY-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1066 Sept 18)

MADAGASCAR   9765 kHz  MWV New Life Station, Mahajanga, Madagascar;
'Palavra Allegre' heard at 2230 UT on Sept 7. A round-table discussion
involving two men and a woman in Portuguese. Poor-fair.
(Bob Brossell, Pewaukee-WI-USA, NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

13670 kHz  WORLD CHRISTIAN BROADC. R. FEDA, ( from Mahajanga site),
1940 to 1958 UT on 10 Sept, Arabic. Man and woman speaking back and forth
followed by western style music sung in Arabic by male singer. More dis-
cussion back and forth. At 1950 UT there was an announcement of the
R Feda Facebook page. And a rather enthusiastic announcer who then gave
out the website address. SINPO 33333.
(Tony Pavick-BC-CAN, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

MADAGASCAR   6179.963 kHz on Sept 14 at 0246 UT, JBM music, probably
'La Voz Alegre' MWV most likely to be off-frequency, rather than CRI
Russian via East Turkistan, std denunciation; nor RNA Brasil apparently
off, leaving also a JBA carrier on 11780 kHz which could be RRI Romania
Tiganesti site in Spanish. RNA nominally until 0305* UT on both.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1066 Sept 18)

MALAYSIA   9835 even  RTM Sarawak FM via Kajang bc center, at 1218 UT
on Sept 6. YL tlks in Malay alternating with OM singing snippets of
Koran prayer. Fair signal but pounded by RTTY QRM from lowside.
(Ralph Perry, Wheaton-IL-USA, NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

MONGOLIA   12084.88 kHz  Voice of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar. 1025 UT Mandarin,
1030 UT interval signal and ID, then Japanese service. Good signal with
the usual low-level transmitter hum, Aug 10.

{off air, nothing noted on Tuesday Sept 20 on this fq channel, wb.}

(Rob Wagner-Mount Evely-Vic-AUS  VK3BVW, ARDXC  ADXN Magazine
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 16)

MYANMAR   Checked Friday Sept 16 at 13.10 UT on Delhi's PERSEUS SDR
installation remotedly:

5915even MMR  One of the Burmese language family 'sing sang ' programs
heard from northern new capital 49 mb site Nay Pyi Daw, - surprise,

Formerly in past months this Myanmar radio was always odd fq on lower
sideband flank, some 6 ... 9 Hertz lower, close from
5914.991 ... .994 kHz exact to measure.

But much stronger signal in India noted on their other MR channel of
5985even MMR  from Yegu / Yangoon former Burmese capital installation
at S=9+10 or -65dBm signal level. At 13.13 UT on Friday Sept 16.

Re: MYANMAR + at 01.22 to 02.05 UT on Saturday Sept 17th:

9729.992 kHz  MR from Yegu Yangoon, S=4-5 or -105dB on poor performing
Perseus SDR unit antenna at Delhi India installation, got remotedly.

But much stronger at 01.44 UT on Kiwi set at GRMS Dimapur Nagaland, far
eastern India via URL


9729.992 kHz  MR S=9+15 or -63dBm strong. Underneath poor backlobe from
RRI Galbeni 9730even kHz in Romanian language.

Nothing on 9590 kHz of MR Thazin Radio from Phin Oo Lwin, northern broad-
cast center in 31mb


covered co-channel by CRI Kashi / Kashgar Xinjiang center in Spanish mx
program instead;

but MR remained behind in the 50 meter band channel at Nay Pyi Daw outlet,
at 01.24 and at 02.04 UT on 5915 kHz S=9+5dB or -73dBm signal on Kiwi set.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 16 - 17)

Checked Sunday Sept 18 at 00.17 UT on KiwiNet GRMS Dimapur Nagaland in-
stallation remotedly:

5914.980  MMR  Burmese language family music program heard from northern
new capital 49 mb site Nay Pyi Daw, at powerful S=9+30dB -43dBm. Seldom
observed so much 20 Hertz frequency deviation on lower flank.

Similar strong signal in Nagaland India noted on their other MR channel of
5985even kHz from MMR Yegu / Yangoon former Burmese capital installation
at S=9+25 or -51dBm signal level. At 00.24 UT on Sunday Sept 18.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

Re: Myanmar +
Wolfy - I should have reported on Wednesday (Sept 14), that I again heard
Myanmar Radio from Nay Pyi Daw on 5915 kHz, from 1330 to 1334 UT, with the
weekly Wednesday program that seems to be a language lesson of some type.

Starts and ends with kids singing the "A-B-C" song (brief audio attached
of the ending). Have heard this same program 3-4 times during past Wed-
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor Sept 18)

NETHERLANDS   6130 kHz  next Sunday 18-Sept-2022 at 17:00 local Dutch time
or 15:00 UTC time, we are going to try something a very good acquaintance
of ours. Henk made a program sorry unfortunately in Dutch language partly
maybe in English.

This one is called 'The Packman Show' it is parts from the years of the
old ship channels when there were many ships in the waters making programs

'The Packman Show' lasts one hour and so we want to see if it is to the
taste. Henk is a very old good acquaintance of ours and so we want to giv
this old program maker a chance to make himself heard for an hour. So if
you listen Sunday 17:00 local Dutch time and that is 15:00 UTC time.

Re:  Radio Europa 6175 kHz ... Radio (Jong) Europa has been using 6130 kHz
recently. I have heard the Pacman Show relayed by other Dutch stations
including Radio Piepzender and Mike Radio.
(Radio Europe,  <radioeuropa -at- hotmail.com>  via
Harald Kuhl-D  DL1AX exDL1ABJ  Sept 16 / Paul Watson-UK, BrDXC-UK Sept 17)

NEW ZEALAND    Radio New Zealand Pacific shortwave good news, here are
latest news of September 16, 2022:

Radio New Zealand Pacific shortwave radio broadcasts have resumed from the
hours of 5 am to 9 am (NZ time) to the Pacific region. A service that
ceased back in 2016. As a result of this decision, listeners in the remote
areas of the Pacific will now have 24-hour access to these broadcasts
instead of it turning off early in the morning every day.

Source:  <https://www.rnz.co.nz/international/listen>
(Nino Marabello-ITA, wor Sept 16)

NIGERIA   7254.9 kHz  Voice of Nigeria, Abuja Lugbe, at 1750-1806 UT on
Sept 11, English, comments, id. "Voice of Nigeria", news. 25432. Also
heard 1815-1823 UT on Sept 13, English, news, comments, id. "Voice of
Nigeria". 35433.

Checked on September 17 in the early morning and evening, out of the air,
as well as on September 18 in the early morning.
(Manuel Mendez-Lugo-ESP, hcdx Sept 11 - 18)

NIGERIA   7254.926 kHz  at 0556-0608 UT VoNigeria Abuja site, usual drum
sounds & ID at Toh OM speaking Hausa language with a good S=9+10/20db
rapid QSB into Northern UTAH KiWi rSDR.
(Gary Pence-UT-USA, hcdx Sept 13)

NIGERIA   [and non]. 7255- kHz on Sept 19 at 0641 UT, again NO signal from
VoNigeria Abuja, but not totally inactive:

7254.933 kHz  on Sept 19 at 1730 UT into Canary SDR, signature offset VON
carrier is on at S7/=9+5dB, but mostly squeal with trace of unreadable
programodulation, and 2ACI from much stronger 7265 kHz, CRI Russian via
Urumqi, East Turkistan, std denunciation, 1732 UT with horse clip/clop
SFX in dramatic narration, maybe about Mongols conquering Europe?
Watch out. 7255- kHz totally off by 1743 UT.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor Sept 19)

7254.934 kHz  Voice of Nigeria Abuja bcast center, today Sept 20 at 07.06
UT, scheduled in Fulfulde-Fulani language of Niger-Congo dialects ...
S=8 or -77dBm carrier, BUT LOW audio modulation though, checked at
Edmonton Alberta CAN at Don's Perseus ports.

See full Alberta log of Sept 20 observations below at end of the column.
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 20)

PALAU   9965 kHz  Hope Radio Angel 5 (Music MFC Worship) broadcasting in
English. With a religious message and music 0807-0827 UT on Sept 13, with
S=9+20db signal, into NW KiWi rSDR Half MoonBay CA-USA.
(Gary Pence-UT-USA, hcdx Sept 13)

PHILIPPINES   12119.975  FEBC Manila program to Laos tribe folk target,
in Akka language via Bocaue bc center, S=9+5dB at 12.25 UT.

12095.004 kHz also FEBC Manila via Bocaue site, in Acoli and Iu Mien
languages sce, at 12.29 UT at S=9+15dB level.
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 20)

PHILIPPINES    PBS Philippines on Shortwave.
During its more than three quarters of a century of on air shortwave
service, PBS, the Philippine Broadcasting Service has always been quite
tenuous, even at its very best. Radio Philippinas, the shortwave service
of the Voice of the Philippines, has at times been dependent upon bor-
rowed facilities and donated equipment, sometimes quite old, and some-
times no longer reliable.

On September 4, 1947, the United States government signed a document on
behalf of the Voice of America for a new and somewhat temporary relay
station at Malolos, some thirty miles north of the national capital
Manila. VOA took out a lease for five buildings at the Bulacan Trade
School, mainly imported Quonset Huts, and a total of five transmitters
were installed; two at 50 kW mediumwave, and three shortwave for inter-
national coverage. At one stage VOA operated a Manila address at
964 Taft Avenue.

The three shortwave transmitters at Malolos were two RCA units, Model
number M1733OA, at 50 kW each with dual channel operation. The RCA
serial numbers were No 524 & 527, and there was another RCA 7 a half kW
Model ETA MI725, No 4654. A total of ten rhombic antennas was installed,
and programming was beamed to China in Chinese and English.

When in use with the relay of VOA programming, the shortwave transmitters
were identified in VOA scheduling as Manila 1, Manila 2, and Manila 3.
When they were on air with PBS programming, they were identified on air as
PBS Malolos.

A set of temporary co-ordinating studios for PBS was installed in an
already available public building in Manila, on the fourth floor of the
Ramon Roces Building. Occasional additional programming was prepared in
the United States by United Nations Radio in New York.

In the era immediately following the end of World War 2, the shortwave
scene in the Philippines was so convoluted and mixed up, with so many
stations relaying the programming from other stations, and utilizing a
strange mixture of various designated callsigns, that it is almost im-
possible to trace who was who back at that time. (However in fairness to
the postwar Far East Broadcasting Company in Manila, it should be stated
that they generally operated their network of mediumwave and shortwave
stations in conformity with their registered callsigns.)

When conditions began to return to somewhat normal during the latter part
of the 1940s and into the 1950s, the registered callsigns for PBS short-
wave were listed in the DUH series. Consecutive callsigns identified
consecutive shortwave frequencies, as DUH2 on 6170 kHz, DUH3 on 9570 kHz,
DUH4 on 9615 kHz, and DUH5 on 11840 kHz.

These four DUH callsigns identified the usage of shortwave channels as was
the custom back then, not the usage of the specific shortwave transmitters

The change for the initial prefix for radio station callsigns in the
Philippines from the K prefix to the D prefix occurred unexpectedly and
without prior announcement on January 1, 1949. This sudden move caught the
international radio world as an unexpected surprise.

In 1954, the powerful new Voice of America relay station at Poro Point,
some 150miles north of the national capital Manila was taken into service,
on both mediumwave and shortwave. However at this stage, the VOA usage of
the six year old Malolos station, Manila VOA, was retained with its
regular scheduling of VOA programming. In addition, PBS programming on
shortwave continued from Malolos according to their prior scheduling.

However a huge new VOA shortwave relay station was taken into regular ser-
vice at Tinang, some 50 miles north of Manila in 1968, with ultimately
a dozen huge transmitters at 250 kW each. In addition a total of 31 cur-
tain antennas was installed. At that stage, the VOA usage of the now
twenty year old somewhat temporary station station at Malolos was discard-
ed, and whatever was left of its serviceable equipment was donated to PBS.

In 1967 for example, PBS was listed with two hours of daily programming
on callsign DUB4 with 5 kW on 3286 kHz. During the next year (1968),
PBS shortwave was shown with callsign DUB4 now on 3156 kHz together with
callsign DUH2 on 6170 kHz, maybe with 50 kW or whatever was available.
Two years later again (1970), after VOA Tinang was activated, PBS was
shown with 7 an a half kW on 9580 kHz, and maybe with 50 kW on 11950 kHz.

These days (2022), Radio Pilipinas PBS is listed with a nationwide network
of two dozen or more mediumwave and FM relay stations. Their programming
on shortwave is provided by VOA at their huge relay station at Tinang.

The current scheduling for PBS shortwave via Tinang is as follows:

Filipino Service, 17:30 - 19:30 local time, 01:30 - 03:30 UTC
9960  12120  15190 kHz  Japan, Russia, China, India, Southeast Asia,
Europe, Middle East and Northern Africa.
English Service,  02:00 - 03:30 local time, 10:00 - 11:30 UTC
12010  15640  17820 kHz.

Radyo Pilipina's programs can also be heard via live audio streaming
in the internet from 11:30 pm to 12:00 noon of the next day PST.

Yes, PBS Manila on shortwave issued many QSL cards, though at times
somewhat spasmodically. Their QSL was generally an oversized card, with
handwritten details confirming the reception of their programming.
(Adrian Peterson-IN-USA, script for AWR Wavescan, July 24, 2022; wor)

Some Malolos history items

PHILIPPINES   9919.981  FEBC Radio Manila from Iba tx site, logged
at 1310 UT. Koho language sound like Vietnamese / Khmer family.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 21, 2015)

Re: Google Earth Streetview for Philippines, history items:

Google Streetview for the Philippines appeared today Sept 16, 2015.
Only very distant views of SW TX Sites at: Iba, Tinang & Bocaue.
No coverage of Radio Veritas site at Lipay.

But there is close coverage of the old or inactive SW site at Marulas,
Valenzuela. (which still has plenty of MW masts & other antennas).

Looking around the street there might well be a vertical mast & a possible
SW dipole strung between two lattice masts. I attach a couple of photos.
Alan when was the last time you heard:
[ DUR2 Philippine Broad. Service - 6170 kHz (DZFM 9580kHz - not hrd) ?]

Also Alan I was wondering if you ever tracked down the older Philippine
Broad. Service - DZRM 9620 kHz SW TX site at Quezon City?
Hope the new SV imagery helps you.
(Ian, SWtxsite Sept 16, 2015)

Re: Streetview for Philippines.
I last recall hearing 6170 kHz in 2009 (or maybe 2008) listening in Kota
Kinabalu, Malaysia. Several checks during a trip back to KK in June, and
also last year in the Philippines would confirm it's now history, together
with 9580/9620 kHz .
(Alan Davies, SWtxsite Sept 17, 2015)

fall 1952 Article About VOA Transmitter Sites:

re Early 1952 VOA publication.
According to my records, VOA inaugurated a relay station at Malolos,
Bulacan, on 11 Sept 1947. It consisted of a 50 kW transmitter on 920 kHz,
as well as a 7.5 kW, and two 50 kW SW txes.

In 1953 a second station was added at Poro La Union, with a 1000 kW trans-
mitter on 1140 kHz, and two 15 kW SW txes, and subsequently two 35 kW,
and two 100 kW SW txes.

In 1969 the Malolos facilities were acquired by Radio Veritas and Voice of
the Philippines, as the Tinang station had recently come on the air.
I hope this helps.
(Colin Miller-CAN  VE3CMT, SW TXsite July 19, 2013)

November 2012:
PHILIPPINES [tentat] 9581.750 kHz Most probably DZFM PBS Radio ng Bayan
Filipino program from Quezon City Marulas site 'seen' on Perseus browser
peak at 0425 UT on Nov 12, 2012.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 12, 2012)

December 2011:
PHILIPPINES [tentative] odd 9579.448 kHz PBS Radio ng Bayan/DZFM/DZRM from
Quezon City-Marulas.

9580 next to even RA Shepparton, noted an UNKNOWN station on odd 9579.448
kHz, tine S=4 signal on remote unit in Tokyo-Japan. Probably PBS Radio ng
Bayan/DZFM/DZRM from Quezon City-Marulas, at 0855 UT on Dec 27, 2011.
Poor S=4-5 signal. Listen recording, deep notch filter set to 9580 kHz
even, to avoid RA Shepparton news audio.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 27, 2011)

The PBS on 9579.45 kHz relays Radiyo Magasin DZRM - 1278 kHz in Tagalog.
ID at around 15 min. every hour.
(Sei-ichi Hasegawa-JPN, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 27, 2011)

9579.44 kHz  DRZM, PBS Radyo Magasin, at 0738-0741 UT on Dec 27, Filipino,
popular song, ID: "... DZRM Radyo Magasin" at 0740 UT, 34333. In Japan it
is possible to receive well pop songs from between seven and eight UTC
every day.
(Tomoaki Wagai, Wakayama-JPN, dswci DXW on Dec 28, 2011)

PHILIPPINES [and non] [tentative]  9580 kHz  Next to even Africa No. One
signal, fair strength from Gabon via easterly long path from Africa across
Latin America, into Japan, noted an UNKNOWN station on odd 9579.469 kHz,
tine S=4 signal on remote unit in Japan. Probably PBS Radio ng
Bayan/DZFM/DZRM from Quezon City-Marulas, at 0545 UT Dec 2, 2011.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 2, 2011)

The PHILIPPINES, 9579.45 kHz, DZRM, PBS, Radyo Magasin, 0751-0803 UT on
Dec 03, English and Tagalog (?) talk, ID: "... Radio Magasin" at 0803 UT,
(Tomoaki Wagai-JPN, dswci DXW Dec 14, 2011, direct and via WOR, dxld)

Very low power, seldom reported; is irregular, or just hard to hear ?
Same service relayed at times by R. Pilipinas.
(Glenn Hauser, ibid.)

9579.435 kHz  measured of PBS Radio ng Bayan/DZFM/DZRM from Quezon City-
Marulas program. Poor S=4-5 signal in Tokyo at 0735 UT on Dec 17, 2011.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Dec 2, 2011)

Jan 2009:
PHILIPPINES  6170.5 kHz, Philippine Broadcasting Service. Jan. 4, inter-
view with a woman in Tagalog was heard at 0956 UT and ID in English was
heard at 1000 UT as "...from PBS, Philippine Broadcasting Service..." But
closed at 1006 UT. SIO 342. Jan 5, better signal at 0835 UT with music
program with English pops. Signal was sometimes interrupted. ID was heard
at 0846 UT as "...your music...78 DZRM, Radyo Magasin." SIO 343.
(Iwao Nagatani-JPN, dxld Jan 5, 2009)

This is a rare one. WRTH 2009 has no info about it besides that the fre-
quency varies, and not recently confirmed. Their 31m outlet is shown as
250 watts on 9619v or 9580 kHz, DUR2, 0000-0930v UT; also not reported in
a long time.

Aoki only shows this one: 9581 kHz  PBS Radio ng Bayan 2300-1100 UT
Filipino 0.5 ND Quezon City-Marula PHL 120 59 E 14 41 N  DZFM PWBR
'2009' shows 9580v and 9619v kHz but nothing around 6170 kHz. (Jan 2009)

PHL_RVA Malolos_ exVoA MW 920 kHz in 1947. 2-mast antennas
14 50 57.11 N  120 49 39.30 E
PHL_Manila Malolos Bulihan, ex-VOA site, PBS 738 and 1278 kHz
14 51 33.49 N  120 48 45.54 E

and from Alan Davies in 2009 year:
PHILIPPINES  Yahoo maps, MS Virtual earth, Google Earth imagery. Some
high resolution place. VE Update - Google Earth V.5 historical image.

Manila-Malolos, ex-VOA site, currently also listed for PBS 738 and
1278 kHz (but where is the MW antenna?):
14 51 32 N  120 48 51 E
high mast at
14 51 33.49 N  120 48 45.54 E

see also

Manila-Marulas (Valenzuela City) PBS 918 kHz and low-power domestic SW
site: 14 40 45 N, 120 58 36 E (Ian: I think you have this site listed as
Malolos in your extinct file. I haven t heard domestic 9580 [9582.3] kHz
for a long time, but 6170 kHz was going strong last time I checked,
in May 2009.)

The flat and very watery Obando/Malubon area North of Manila has a large
collection of MW sites, but it s hard to confirm which site is used for
which frequency:
14 44 13 N  120 54 56 E (?558 DZXL)

14 42 38 N  120 55 59 E (?954 DXRI)

14 42 27 N  120 56 13 E (?882 DWIZ)

Manila Obando DWIZ 882 kHz
14 42 26.71 N  120 56 12.84 E
14 42 00 N  120 56 37 E (?1530 DZME)

14 43 03 N  120 56 27 E (? 774 DZBM)

14 43 31 N  120 57 13 E (? 666 DZRH)

14 41 51 N  120 56 40 E / 14 41 51.02 N  120 56 40.31 E
14 41 38 N  120 56 48 E / 14 41 37.68 N  120 56 48.32 E
14 41 34 N  120 55 55 E / 14 41 34.54 N  120 55 54.51 E
(Alan Davies-INS, wb, SW TXsite June 13, 2009)

July 2008:
PHILIPPINAS PBS Radio ng Bayan in Tagalog, DZFM Quezon City-Marulas.
Help, why do appear the PBS entries in HFCC table now ?
Only wooden entries?

Operate time 5965 kHz daily, remaining only Mon-Fri.
 5965 2100-1400 50    MAR  7 320 PBS
 9580 1200-1400 49    MAR 50 272 PBS
 9580 1700-1900 29,30 MAR 50  46 PBS
 9615 2100-1400 50    MAR  3 155 PBS
11945 1400-1700 49    MAR 50 272 PBS
11950 1000-1200 44,45 MAR 50  32 PBS
11950 1200-1400 54    MAR 50 212 PBS
(wb, July 2008)

from 2007 year: I'm not certain when this site closed for SW, was it
after the attack in 1986 ?

PHILIPPINES  9581.95 kHz Radio ng Bayan, Quezon city. June 10 2007, at
0723-0800 UT in Filipino. Talk by a man and a woman. ID with music at
0748 UT, followed by telephone interview.
(Iwao Nagatani-JPN, JPNpremium June 15, 2007)

October 2006:
6169.83 kHz  PBS Manulas/Radio Ng Bayan? at 1132-1212 UT on Oct 21, 2006.
Have been noting a carrier here all week, usually very weak but this morn-
ing was almost "fair" in strength. I think I heard snippets of audio (man
talking), but may have been my imagination. Might have been able to make
something out were it not for the S-8 noise level here. Carrier was going
off between 1100 and 1130 UT but lately has been on past 1300 UT.
(John Wilkins-CO-USA, DXplorer Oct 22, 2006)

September 2006:
PHILIPPINES  6169.83 kHz Radio ng Bayan. Sept. 10 at 0939-1000 UT. SINPO
34333. Phone interview in Tagalog. ID was heard at 0946 UT as "...
Radio ng Bayan, Philippine Broadcasting Service."
(Iwao Nagatani-JPN, JPNpremium, Sep 15, 2006)

April 2006
PHILIPPINES  6170v kHz several DXers in JPN had monitored that PBS,
Philippine Broadcasting Service came back on 6169.8 kHz after long long
absence. This station seems to relay DZRB-Radyo ng Bayan on 738 kHz, but
detail is unknown because of heavy QRM.

In Japan, this freq is mainly heard in evening, around 0900 to 1200 UT.
Streaming sound is heard on

My received sound in JPN is
This information was showed me as un-ID station by Mr.'e-geta'.
Many thanks for all my friends.
(Kenji Takasaki-JPN, hcdx April 10, 2006)

PHILIPPINES  9582  kHz Radio ng Bayan, on Dec 22 at 2338-0010 UT. SINPO
23332. Phone interview program in Pilipino till 2357 UT, then weather
forecast and program guide. ID at 0000 UT as "Radio ng Bayan, Network,
Network (bagidan),... Philippine Broadcasting Service...", followed by
(Iwao Nagatani-JPN, JPNpremium Dec 30, 2005)

April 2004:
PHILIPPINES  PBS Radio Ng Bayan, Manila, heard at 0419 UT on 22 March on
9582 kHz with local ID and good signal.
(Alan Davies-Makassar-INS, BC-DX March 27, 2004)

9581.68 kHz noted in Jan 2003. 9619.08  kHz in Oct 2003.
9619.1 kHz  PBS, Marulas, Valenzuela, at 0150 UT, mostly relay DZRM with
'Radio Magazin'. The tx has big problems again and some days signs on
much later and is heard only *0700v-0930* UT.
(Roland Schulze-Mangaldan-PHL, dswci DXW Oct 7, 2003)

PHILIPPINES  9582 kHz  Radio ng Bayan, on Dec 22, 2003 at 2338-0010 UT.
SINPO 23332. Phone interview program in Pilipino till 2357 UT, then
weather forecast and program guide. ID at 0000 UT as "Radio ng Bayan,
Network, Network (bagidan),... Philippine Broadcasting Service...",
followed by news.
(Iwao Nagatani-JPN, JPNpremium Dec 30, 2003)

From March 2002, late Roland Schulze settled on PHL til 2004 year:
PHILIPPINES new9582.3 PBS [Malolos?] again active. Noted at 0035-0912*
UT. In Tagalog. TX break at 0250-0252 UT. Ex 9618.4 kHz. 35543. Active
March 7th and 8th, inactive 9th and 10th.
(Roland Schulze-PHL, BC-DX March 13, 2002)  Only Mon-Fri sce ??? (wb)

and Olle Alm-SWE in August 2001:
PHILIPPINES   If anyone of you has good information about the actual
location of the PHL txer on 9580v kHz I would like to see what you have.
It seems to be on the air local daytime only and using low power from a
rather ancient txer. The site name I have seen is Marulas. Clearly it is
not from the VOA Tinang station. It seems that the 9580 kHz tx originally
was the ex-VOA Manila (Malolos) 50 kW unit with the calls DUR2.
(Olle Alm-SWE, Aug 1, 2001)

November 1998:
PHILIPPINES  9580v UT  DUR2 is the actual callsign of the stn usually
referred to as DZRM. The stn reports that their power is 250 watts using a
modified BC-610 US Army Signal Corps tx. Their antenna is 2dB bi-
directional quad loop antenna directed north and south and located in
Marulas, Valenzuela, Metro Manila. Their programming consists of relays of
DZRB Radyo ng Bayan 738 kHz or DZRM Radyo Manila 1278 kHz.
(Hans van den Boogert, DXW, Nov 11, 1998)

9616 kHz DZRM, Quezon City, is listed here for W98 in the ITU's THFBS with
3 kW, 2100-1500 UT, non-dir. (Bob Padula-OZ in EDXP, via Numero Uno)

More info from a QSL-ltr: From your recording, many stn ID were being
aired due to our networking with other radio stns covering a prgm of our
first lady Dra. Loi Ejercito Estrada. Our type of prgmng, we chain to
DZRB-Radyo ng Bayan 738 kHz, or DZRM-R. Manila 1278 kHz, which are also
aired on MW, to serve our domestic SW listeners.

We also b/c separate prgm to our overseas Filipino workers on R. Pilipinas
via VOA xmtrs. /s/ Leticia L. Napadao, Engineer III, PBS-BBS.
Technical data: DUR2; 250 watts; 9580.2 kHz (where did he get that exact
fqy from, huh? They're on 9580.7 kHz now :-); modified BC-610 US Army
Signal Corps xmtr; 2dB bi-directional quad loop antenna directed N & S;
xmtr and antenna location, Marulas, Valenzuela, Metro Manila; prgmn, chain
to DZRB-Radyo ng Bayan-738 kHz or DZRM-Radyo Manila-1278 kHz.
(Hans van den Boogert-TWN in DXW, via Numero Uno, Nov 15, 1998)

Oct 2003, by Olle Alm-SWE
Construction plans for PBS (RADYO NG BAYAN) in 2004.

Construction of Transmitter Building for DZRK Radyo ng Bayan Tabuk. The
provincial govt of Tabuk, Kalinga provided the Philippine Broadcasting
Service with a two (2) hectare for our tx building. The construction of
the tx building will enable our stn to have a wider coverage area.

Construction of a satellite studio for DZAG Radyo ng Bayan Agoo in San
Fernando, La Union. The Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University
provided spaces for the studio/offices of Radyo ng Bayan Agoo.
San Fernando being the Regional center for Region 1 is the most ideal for
PBS to be able to serve its listener.

Repainting of Tower, Improvement of grounding system and Conversion into
folded unipole of DXRP Radyo ng Bayan Davao. Based on the frequency, the
stn is using the tower height of DXRP must be 369 ft instead of 240 ft.

Since the area is not adequate, the next best thing is converting the
tower into folded unipole. With this system our coverage area will defini-
tely widen. Construction of recording room for Radyo ng Bayan Davao.
The stn does not have its own recording studio, with a recording studio of
their own, they can produce their own plugs, dramas, etc.

Renovation of studio building of DWRB Radyo ng Bayan Naga. It had been ten
years since the stn was constructed. The roofing had to be totally
changed. The walls, studios had to be renovated and re-painted.

Re-roofing, Repainting, Construction of recording booth, construction of
storeroom and garage for DYOG Radyo ng Bayan Calbayog. No renovation had
been done since its initial operation. The sce vehicle is subjected to the
elements. Perimeter Fence for antenna tower of DYOG. To protect our tower
from people stealing our grounding system

Renovation of Studio and Transmitter building for DXDC Radyo ng Bayan Tawi
- Tawi. The ceilings had to be replaced. The doorjambs are dilapidated.
The whole building must have a make over.

Construction of generator house for DZEQ Radyo ng Bayan Baguio. Presently,
the generator of DZEQ has no housing and is subjected to the elements. 9.
Repainting of AM tower and re-tensioning of guy wires of DZEQ. The tower
is rusting so are the guy wires. Renovation of studio / Transmitter build-
ing for DWRM Palawan. Roofing and ceilings had to be replaced, and the
whole building had to be termites treated.

Repainting of tower, tx building and ATU housing for DWFR Radyo ng Bayan
Bontoc. The tower is rusting, the tx building needs renovation. Perimeter
Fence for Transmitter building DWFR Radyo ng Bayan Bontoc. Our tx building
is located on top of the mountain and has to be protected from intruders.

Perimeter Fence for DZAG studio/ Transmitter building. Since there are two
VSAT antennas in the area, fencing is necessary for the protection of the

PBS Manila AM stns
D Z R B  (Radio ng Bayan) or the people's radio is the voice or pulse of
the citizenry. it is situated at 738 kHz on the AM band with a power of
50 kW under the Bureau of Broadcast Services (BBS) or Philippine Broad-
casting Service (PBS), Office of the Press Secretary.

As the govt's flagship radio stn it serves as a medium of development
communication, a conduit between the govt and the people, aiming to
mobilize all sectors of society towards development and nationalism.

D Z S R  Sports Radio (918 kHz with 50 kW power) is the govt arm in the
dissemination of information regarding the sports program of govt.
The stn reports and covers all the important local, national and even
international sports events wherein the Filipino athletes compete for the
country. Aside from the sports broadcasting, DZSR also plays an active
role in significant national undertakings including presidential coverage,
public affairs and other national undertakings.

D Z R M  Radio Manila (1278 kHz with 10 kW power) one of the radio stns
under the Philippine Broadcasting Service (PBS). The main thrust of the
stn focuses on disseminating information on health, education, welfare and
culture. The stn counts among its listeners from middle managers,
housewives, students, teachers, school heads, civic leaders, farmers,
jeepney drivers, household helpers, out-of- school youth and others.
While other PBS stns gives emphasis on nx and public affairs, sports and
business, DZRM is the education stn.

Go to <http://www.pbs.gov.ph/profile.htm>
for stn history, list of stns (no freqs) and more.
Philippines special  <http://www.pbs.gov.ph/projects.htm>
(Olle Alm-SWE, ARC MV-Eko, Oct 2003)

POLAND    Poland wants to turn off analogue radio by 2030 year.

A lot of controversy has been caused by the latest announcement by the
National Broadcasting Council to shut down the analogue radio signal in
Poland and replace it with digital DAB+.

The proposed changes are strongly opposed by the Association of Polish
National and Local Radio Employers MOC FM, which includes, among others,
Agora Radio Group, RMF and Eurozet, but the position of the National
Broadcasting Council is approved by the Digital Poland Association, whose
members include Lenovo, LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony or TP Vision ...

Details in Russian -
(Victor City - Telegram; via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1203 via
wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

ROMANIA   15400 kHz  Radio OMN-ABO (Oromo National Media - 'Arraara
Biyyoolessa Oromiyaa' ) via IRRS Milano Italy via Galbeni-ROU rented
broadcast, Sept 10 fair signal on a Sat morning coming up from the noise
at *1459- UT with thumping march theme mx, YL annmts in echo, excited OM
haranguing. 1503 UT bassy OM, live studio ancr with nx. Interview ag 1510.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

RUSSIA   Yandex turned on redirection from <yandex.ru> to <dzen.ru> .

Despite the redirection, the Yandex search string is available on the
<dzen.ru>  page. This page also contains UGC content from users of the
service, the "Now in the Media" section, as well as background infor-
mation (weather forecast widget, etc.). News search is currently unavai-

The main page of  <Yandex -at- ya.ru>  is made in a laconic design: it
contains only a search string, a weather widget, exchange rates, and in-
formation about traffic jams.

On the eve it became known that Yandex closed the deal for the sale of
VK Zen and Novosti. As a result of the agreement between the companies,
the Delivery Club service, previously owned by VK, became part of the
Yandex business.

"All changes in Yandex services related to the sale of Zen and Novosti
will appear to users gradually, starting today," Yandex said. Delivery
Club will switch to a single technological platform with Yandex Food.

(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

Yandex still functioning on their maps module like
yandex.ru/maps/ ... /suhum of Sukhumi TX center in Abkhazia - Georgia,
since 1993 occupied area by Russian Federation in northern Georgia, wb. :


{ ABKHAZIA }  Reception of Apsua Radio in Abkhazian on 9534.8v kHz via
Sukhumi, Sept 12: from 0732 UT on 9534.8v kHz  SUK  5 kW non-dir antenna
to CeAS Abkhazian language. Fair via SDR Tambov in Russia


(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

SAUDI ARABIA   13710{.052 wb.} kHz  R Saudi, at 1741 to 1758 UT on Sept 7,
Arabic. Chanting. Man speaking an introducing another chant followed by
what sounded like prayer. This continued over twenty minutes with occasio-
nal spoken word over chanting. Left air at 1758 UT. SINPO 34333.
(Tony Pavick-BC-CAN, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

SOLOMON ISLANDS   5020 kHz  SIBC, yesterday (15th) found off the air, as
did Bryan Clark. Today back on the air again; National Anthem (1206-1207
UT); then slight delay before start of non-stop pop songs; still on after
1320+ UT.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor and via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 16)

SOLOMON ISLANDS   5020 kHz  SIBC still on 1250+ UT; non-stop pop music.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, wor & hcdx Sept 12)

SOLOMON ISLANDS   5020 kHz  on Sept 11 at 0710 UT, JBA presumed SIBC,
with 5025 kHz Cuba absent, but carrier should still have been detectable.

Martin Hadlow says SIBC is offering a special eQSL for correct reports on
its 70th anniversary date Sept 23 only, on SW or MW 1035 kHz, to
<sibcnews -at- solomon.com.sb>

I have one from the original VQO long ago on 5960 kHz. 5020 kHz hours are
nominally 05-12 UT but Ron Howard-CA-USA often hears it for two or three
hours later. Nominal daytime frequency until 0500 UT, 9545 kHz, has not
been reported for a long time.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor Sept 11)

Yes, now at 07.18 UT on Sept 13 also two more stns on observation in
60 meterband:

5025even CUB  R Rebelde from Bauta bcast center came on air after break in
the 06-07 hour, transmitted Latin American / Cuban songs from their rich
Latin culture.

5020even SLM  a rather suffered signal of stronger carrier from Honiara,
but much low audio, let's say poor 10% only modulation,
I could not follow that low level music program. S=6 only.

Nothing observed of these amateurish low power hobby stns
from Australia between 5045 and 5060 kHz fq segment in 60 mb.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 16)

TAIWAN   Daily I check Sound of Hope frequencies in the 49m band, which
have always been in // ; today heard with anomaly;

6214.90 kHz - UNID programming; non-stop monologue from 1255+ UT; no ID
or break at 1300 UT; clearly NOT // 6229.94 nor 6279.94 kHz, which both
seemed to have the same programming (SOH?), but out of sync. Positive none
were CNR1 jamming, but all three frequencies doing better than normal.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor and via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 16)

TAIWAN   9670 kHz  OPPOSITION. R DLSN via Paochung new Ampegon unit site,
Sept 6. poor signal coming up abruptly at 1230UT, OM and YL in Vietnamese,
orchl burst, then YL into nx. Hanoi jammer absent today but poor propa-
gation and DLSN barely rising out of the noise.

9670 kHz  R DLSN via Paochung, Sept 10 tuned in 1232 UT and OM already
there in Vietnamese, with YL. Stirring orchl burst separators for narra-
tion segments. Fair-good signal today, a Saturday, with the Hanoi jammer
seemingly absent.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

TAIWAN   11940 kHz  QSL Radio NUG - The Voice of National Unity Government
of Myanmar (likely via Pao Chung site in TWN, wb.) e-QSL (#0024) :

11940 kHz; 14.00-14.30 UT; Sept 11, 2022. Initially, the reception report
was sent to  <radionug -at- mocitmyanmar.org>
listed on the station's website

On September 13th, a response came with a link to a web form to receive
confirmation  <https://forms.gle/KxeLVWfvMsRDBGtR7>

A few minutes after filling out and submitting the web form, I received an
e-QSL in PDF format from  <radionug.prod -at- gmail.com>

Important: the letter with e-QSL ended up in the SPAM folder.
Blog: <http://qsl-review.blogspot.com/2022/09/radio-nug-voice-of-national-

(Piotr Skorek, Poland, RUS-DX PLUS #976;
via Konstantin Barsenkov, St. Petersburg-RUS, rusdxplus & deneb-radio-dx
via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

Radio NUG - The Voice of National Unity Government of Myanmar (TWN)
e-QSL (# 0026): 11940 kHz; 14.00 UT;  14 Sept 2022
Image:  <https://rusdx.blogspot.com/2022/09/radio-nug.html>
(Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

Radio NUG, 11940 kHz, 1400-1430 UT, Sept 17, 2022. Reception in Moscow
at 4. Form on the site  <radionug.org>
("About Radio NUG SW Reception Report"). The answer came to the e-mail
instantly.  Entry:  <https://youtu.be/y_oz5t-C70U>
(Evgeny Kornikhin, Moscow-RUS, deneb-radio-dx via
RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)

TAJIKISTAN   At 01.22 to 02.05 UT on Saturday Sept 17th:

9350 even  US AGM  RFA  Uighur program via Orzu site, but audio covered by
some DRM digital mode like jamming signal from CHN mainland co-channel,
8.2 kHz wideband signal, S=9+5dB or -71dBm around 01.30 UT on Sept 17.

9370 even  US AGM  RFA  Mandarin Chinese program via Orzu site, but audio
covered by some DRM digital mode like jamming signal from CHN mainland
co-channel, 15.8 kHz wideband signal, S=9+5dB or -71dBm around 01.40 UT
on Sept 17, checked at Dimapur in Nagaland, far eastern India on Myanmar
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 17)

USA   KVOH Schedule Change.

Hi, Glenn. Here in California, our electricity supply continues to teeter
on the brink. Last week, there were rolling blackouts in many areas, in-
cluding in Simi Valley where our studios are located. In spite of this,
our electricity bill for KVOH has more than doubled in the past few months
- to a level which for us is unsustainable.

As a result, we have reluctantly taken the decision to scale back our
broadcasts to three nights per week, on Western Hemisphere Friday, Satur-
day & Sunday evenings only. This goes into effect from tonight (0000 UTC
Sat 17th Nov.)

So, the schedule for 9975 kHz is now 0000-0500 UTC Sat/Sun/Mon, all in
English apart from one 30-minute program in Spanish at 0000 UTC on Sun.

Our webstream continues to operate 24x7, and on these three nights offers
a repeat of the 0000-0500 programming from 0500-1000. From 1000-2400, the
webstream is in Spanish.

An updated schedule is on our website below, and is also attached to this

The two programs we air for DXers and SWL's are now heard as follows:

Frecuencia al Dia - Sun 0000 UTC
AWR Wavescan      - Mon 0000 UTC (repeated at 0500 UTC on webstream only)

When North America reverts to Standard Time (at 0900 UTC on Sun 6th Nov),
the above broadcast hours will be adjusted to 0100-0600 UTC, and the web-
stream switch from English to Spanish will occur at 1100 UTC instead of
1000 UTC.
(Ray Robinson-CA-USA  <ray.robinson -at- voiceofhope.com>
Strategic Communications Group
Voice of Hope World Radio Network. <www.voiceofhope.com>  wor Sept 16)

USA   WRMI Okeechobee-FL-USA transmission sheet; I would like to point out
the WRMI transmission sheet updated on September 9, 2022.
It can be viewed at the following URL:

(Nino Marabello-ITA, wor Sept 17)

USA   Glenn, regarding WEWN Birmingham on 5970 kHz:
I did several checks between 12 and 14 UT on Sept 16, and it appears they
are on 5970 kHz continuously during that time span. Carrier cut at 1356UT;
quickly retuned to 12050 kHz and found the IS already going. Nothing from
WEWN on 5970 kHz at a check just before 1100 UT.

I have not been hearing WEWN on 5970 kHz during checks around 0300 UT.
I did hear them signing on at 0000 UT a couple of weeks ago; might be
worth checking 5970 kHz during the 00 to 03 time span to see if they have
kept some of the evening schedule on SW.
(Stephen Luce-TX, wor Sept 16)

USA   15555 kHz USB mode, on Sept 11 at 1455 UT, WJHR Milton FL is audible
with gospel huxter peaking S8 vs noise level of S7. Normally inaudible
here yet when others hear it, as we need some HF sporadic-E boost at its
too-close distance, like now with 15825 kHz WWCR inbooming instead of JBA.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor Sept 11)

USA   21525 kHz  Pan American Broadcasting religious program in En to
Africa, Sept 10, at 2034-2042 UT. SIO 222. OM preacher with sermon in
En. Target Africa. Poor signal, heavy, noisy QRN, long, slow QSB.
Overall poor, but listenable with difficulty.
{14Fri-  / 15 -21 UT rent at WRMI Okeechobee-FL, wb.}
(Vince Henley-WA-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

USA    The White House. President Biden Announces Key Nominees.
Washington Sept 16, 2022.

Today, President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate the follow-
ing individuals to serve as key leaders in his administration:

Jeffrey Gedmin, Nominee for Member of the International Broadcasting
Advisory Board, United States Agency for Global Media.

Kathleen Matthews, Nominee for Member of the International Broad-
casting Advisory Board, United States Agency for Global Media.

Jeffrey Gedmin is co-founder of American Purpose, an online magazine,
network, and policy forum dedicated to the defense of liberal democracy
at home and abroad. Gedmin serves as CEO and Editor-in-Chief.

He has served as President and CEO of Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
(headquartered in Prague), the Aspen Institute Berlin, and the London-
based Legatum Institute. Before posts in Europe, Gedmin spent a decade
at American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, D.C. At AEI, he was
a Resident Scholar and Executive Director of the New Atlantic Initiative.

Gedmin is the author of "The Hidden Hand: Gorbachev and the Collapse of
East Germany" (1992). He served as Co-Executive Producer for two major PBS
documentaries: "The Germans, Portrait of a New Nation" (1995), and
"Spain's 9/11 and the Challenge of Radical Islam in Europe" (2007).

He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on several
boards, including The Institute for State Effectiveness, the Justice for
Journalists Foundation, the Paris-based Tocqueville Conversations, and
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Together with former U.S. Ambassador to
the Czech Republic, Norm Eisen, Gedmin is Co-Chair of the Transatlantic
Democracy Working Group hosted by the German Marshall Fund of the United
States. Gedmin holds a B.A. in Music, a Masters in German Literature,
and a Ph.D. from Georgetown University in German Area Studies. He is re-
cipient of the Czech government's Golden Linden Medal and has been awarded
an Honorary Doctorate by the Georgian State University in Tbilisi.

Kathleen Matthews, Nominee for Member of the International Broadcasting
Advisory Board, United States Agency for Global Media:

Kathleen Matthews is an award-winning broadcast news journalist, global
communications executive, non-profit board member and Democratic Party
activist, who has worked in the nation's capital and the state of Mary-
land for nearly 50 years. Growing up in Los Altos, California, Matthews
graduated with honors in Communications from Stanford University in 1975,
and moved to Washington, D.C. to pursue a career in journalism.

For 30 years, she worked as a producer, reporter and news anchor for WJLA-
TV, winning multiple Emmy Awards, the Edward R. Murrow and George Foster
Peabody awards, and Washingtonian of the Year for her journalism and con-
tributions to the local community. In 2006, she joined the senior
executive team of Marriott International, based in Bethesda, Maryland,
as Executive Vice President for Global Communications and Public Affairs.

In that global role, she oversaw the company's internal and corporate
communications, brand public relations, and government affairs and social
impact programs, including sustainability and diversity relations. In 2015
she left Marriott to run for Congress as a Democrat in an open seat for
Maryland's 8th congressional district, where she and her husband have
lived for 30 years.

Matthews was elected  as Maryland Democratic Party Chair and served in
that role for two years. She is active in her state and national party,
serves on the boards of five non-profits, including the Girl Scouts
Nation's Capital, and Emerge, which recruits and trains Democratic women
to run for public office. She and her husband, author and political com-
mentator Chris Matthews, have 3 grown children and 2 grandchildren.
(Mike Cooper-Atlanta-GA-USA, wor Sept 16)

UZBEKISTAN   15550 kHz  Voice of Martyrs via Tashkent, Sept 10 noted with
orchl mx and moody OM singer in Korean at 1225 UT check. Noisy and fadey
and only fair signal at best. Usually not hrd at 1200 UT opening of xmsn,
only fades in on this higher fqy toward BOH. 1227 UT YL dramatic vocal
with orch, over-produced and operatic. Pause 1229 UT, OM brief anmt, o/c
to 1231.30* kHz.
(Ralph Perry, Wheaton-IL-USA, NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

UZBEKISTAN   9290 kHz QSL  Received e-QSL for reception The Overcomer
Ministry (9290 kHz, via Tashkent-UZB).  Reception Report was sent to:
<lastime -at- overcomerministry.org>
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

RRTM Telecom Tashkent Uzbekistan Shortwave Transmitting bcast center.
Tashkent Shortwave Transmitting Station

c/o RRTM,
Amir Timur str. 109 A
Tashkent, 100202
Uzbekistan, Central Asia

E-mail:    <qabulhona -at- crrt.uz>
URL:       <http://www.crrt.uz>
Telephone: +998 71 234 67 91
Fax:       +998 71 234 45 17

UZBEKISTAN   12104.818 kHz  AWR Amoy Chinese sce, S=9+5dB at 12.28 UT
via RRTM Telecom Tashkent Uzbekistan Shortwave Transmitting bcast center.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 20)

VANUATU   Very good signal of R. Vanuatu on strange out of band frequency
 4310.2v PVL  via Port Vila on September 12 from 0659 UT
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, Sept 12)
 4310.2v kHz  2.5 kW / non-dir to All Pacific Bislama
         instead of longtime registered 3945 kHz;  //
 8620.4v kHz &
12930.6v kHz via SDR Rutorua.

Sept 12 - Radio Vanuatu on 8620+ kHz, at 1032-1103* UT. ID and "half past
nine" (is rare that they give the time accurately!); into the last half
hour of religious programming; today was very unusual in that normally
they have half in preaching and the other half with religious songs, but
today was 100% preaching in Bislama (many "hallelujah," etc.); 1102 UT,
ID, "10 o'clock" and National Anthem, followed by open carrier / dead air.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor and via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 12)

VANUATU   At 0802 UT (broadcasting in English at ToH ID with YL talking)
 4310.19 kHz at S9. About what credentials are needed to open a bank
 8620.38 kHz at S9. account in Vanuatu. These were copied on these
12930.57 kHz three channels.
         S=9+5db frequencies which closely correlates with their 2nd -
         and 3rd harmonics of 4310.19 kHz.
(Gary Pence-UT-USA, hcdx Sept 13)

VANUATU   8620+ kHz  Radio Vanuatu, 0858+ UTC. ID and local time
("8 o'clock"); into monologue in Bislama. Checking from 0940+ UT, found
RV had gone off the air; no signal heard on any of the past or current
frequencies !
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and wor and via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 16)

Vanuatu radio on Wednesday Sept 14 at 10.40 UT
 4310.191        S=8 or -86dBm
 8620.382        S=7 or -99dBm
12930.572 / 573  S=5 or -103dBm

Hallelujah, hallelujah at 10.50:50 UT. Nothing heard / observed on night-
time path towards ve6jy Don's installation at Edmonton Alberta Canada on
17240.764 kHz remotedly.   73 wb  df5sx

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 14)

VANUATU   7932.056 kHz  Sept 6 at 0612 UT, NEW FREQUENCY for R. Vanuatu,
JBA music and talk vs CODAR. Therefore the fundamental 3945 kHz which used
to double on 7890 kHz, must have shifted to 3966 kHz !

May have been there for a while since much better heard X3 on 11835 kHz
has been missing. Many tnx to discovery by Ron Howard, who reported on the
WOR iog Sept 5: [...]

11898.086 kHz on Sept 6 at 0608 UT, JBA carrier, presumed RV 3 x 3966.03
kHz this is *much* weaker than it used to be on 11835 kHz. First I had
a very slightly stronger JBA carrier on 11897.538 kHz, no idea what, could
be local birdie. After that, I made 7932.056 kHz log. Note that 11895 kHz
is normally dominated by CRI English via EAST TURKISTAN, std denunciation,
at Sept 5, but not much from that tonight, with higher-latitude paths de-
graded. Nothing around 15864 either. [...]
Wolfgang Bueschel: "Requests for B-22 season, daily 30 Oct - 26 March
by FMO Frequency Management of NZ:
2485 1000 1900 56,51 PVL 10 0 0 400 D 2485 Bis VUT VBT RNZ
3945 0700 1000 56,51 PVL 10 0 0 400 D 3945 Bis VUT VBT RNZ
3945 1900 2400 56,51 PVL 10 0 0 400 D 3945 Bis VUT VBT RNZ
5040 2000 2300 56,51 PVL 10 0 0 400 D 3945 Bis VUT VBT RNZ
7260 0100 0700 56,51 PVL 10 0 0 400 D 7260 Bis VUT VBT RNZ
I'll check 3966 the coming days in Brisbane or NZ KIWI SDR's. 73 wb"

- 7932.05 kHz on Sept 7 at 0647 UT, R. Vanuatu is JBA vs CODAR, not de-
tected on 11898+ kHz at first but yes, JBA carrier at 0653 UT. It seems
that frequency change time is now 0659/0700 UT, after which Ron Howard
found a totally different set of harmonically related frequencies !:

"Sept 7 - After 0659* UT on 7932 kHz, I went looking for Vanuatu. Not on
the usual frequencies. Found Radio Vanuatu on new 8620.22 kHz, as measur-
ed on my old Eton E1 (am sure someone can get a more accurate measure-
ment!); mostly fair; // 4310.11 kHz (poor) // 12930.33 kHz (very poor).

- 7932.055 kHz on Sept 8 at 0620 kHz, R. Vanuatu JBA direct vs CODAR; JBA
carrier on 11898+ kHz. Second and third harmonix of untried 3966+ kHz
ex-3945 kHz. At 0657 UT, 7932 kHz off already. By 0702 UT on Sept 8 after
another frequency change, JBA talk and music on 8620.381 kHz as discovered
last night by Ron Howard, which is 2nd harmonic of 4310.190 kHz, JBA
carrier at 0707 UT. Also on X3 12930.6 kHz approx. at 0705 UT, JBA carrier
vs high noise level. Nothing on X4 17241- kHz at 0709 UT.

- 7932.05 kHz on Sept 9 at 0558 UT past 0600 UT, R. Vanuatu still here vs
CODAR on 2 x 3966+ kHz; better at 0635 UT, inaudible on 3966 kHz; trace
JBA carrier 11898+ kHz vs huge Chinese on 11895 kHz. Cannot stay awake
past 0700 QSY, but Gary Pence and Wolfgang Bueschel reconfirm 4310+ kHz,
8620+ kHz, 12930+ kHz.

7932+ kHz on Sept 11 at 0623 UT, R. Vanuatu still audible here on 2x3966+
with music vs. CODAR. At 0659 UT it's already switched to the other set:
8620.377 kHz, S2/S4; 12960.567 kHz, S2/S3; 4310.189 kHz, JBA. Each measur-
ed independently but very close harmonic matches.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1065 Sept 11)

VENEZUELA or COLOMBIA   4940 kHz no "Fuerza de Paz" programs, no comments,
only non stop Latin American songs heard. The unidentified station that
emitted "Fuerza de Paz" programs, such as "Lecciones de la Historia
Colombiana", "Consejos para el Matrimonio", "Tu Historia Preferida", etc.,
observed in the last five days between 0445-0650 UT, it is transmitting
non stop Latin American songs, such as llaneras, Mexican songs, "Malagena
Salerosa" and others, some of them with religious lyrics. No comments or
Venezuelan time heard.   {4939.988 kHz, CLM  likely (?), wb.}
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, hcdx Sept 13)


Sept 13 log observation, Tuesday morning observation at 06.04 to 06.36 UT
at remote SDR installations at Don's in Edmonton, Alberta-CAN;
and in Hiroshima-JPN; at Wanganui-NZ and Marahau-NZ.

5130v    USA  WBCQ not on air at 06.04 UT.
5085     USA  WTWW not on air at 06.18 UT.
4839.995 USA  WWCR at 06.06 UT, with much loudspeaker TOM BS,
         terrible voice roarer sermon on AFG muslims theme,
         and BLACK muslims discussion ... S=9+35dB at Edmonton-CAN
3330even CAN  Standard and time signal stn in En/Fr from CHU Ottawa
         S=9+30dB proper signal in Alberta-CAN.
4885.029 BRA  BrasPort stn S=9+10dB, selected ATT antenna switch
         remotedly at Edmonton-Alb-CAN. 06.12 UT on Tue Sept 13.
4939.988 CLM  likely (?), could be La Montana Colombia?, SoAM music
         at 06.14 UT, S=9+5dB in Edmonton metropole installation.
4985.019 BRA  Radio Brasil Central, BrasPort, S=7 fluttery signal,
         at 06.15 UT.
5039.998 CUB  RHC Bauta English service powerful S=9+25dB, used
         Perseus unit selection at Don's antenna 'ATT 10dB'
         the best 60 meterband signal in Canada at this hour. 06.18 UT.
7932.054 VUT  VBT  Port Vila Vanuatu, music program of S=9 or -71dBm
         at 06.21 UT, also used Perseus unit
         selection at Don's antenna 'ATT 10dB' remotedly.
S=9+15dB or -58dBm at Kiwi SDR Wanganui-NZ;
S=8 or -75dBm at Marahau-NZ; remote Kiwi SDR at 06.36 UT Sept 13.

Vanuatu NOT HEARD on 3966.027, nor 11898.081, nor 15864.108 kHz.

Solomon Isls Honiara on 5020 kHz NOT HEARD.

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

Sept 20 log observation, Tuesday morning observation at 06.30 to 08.00 UT
at remote SDR installations at VE6JY Don Moman's in Edmonton, Alberta-CAN;
and in Hiroshima-JPN and Warsaw-POL.

Doubts remain with me this morning, with the receptions on
6139.999 mx and English px likely from the Netherlands (?) at 06.56 UT;

UNID 7400.019 kHz also at 07.11 UT; and

11815even kHz two Chinese progrs underneath Radio Bras Central plus 23 Hz
latter on
11815.023 kHz upper flank.
Likely 11815 kHz 07-08 UT hour, now TWN SOH and accompanied CNR1 jammer?

 4839.995 USA  WWCR #3 from Nashville TN, BS TOM older archive program,
          heard at 06.34 UT on Tuesday Sept 20, S=9+30dB powerful signal.
 4885.028 BRA  Tentativelly RadioClube do Para, Belem, S=9+5dB at 06.36 UT
 4939.988 CLM(?) likely 'La Montana...' or 'Fuerza de Paz' in Spanish,
          S=8 fair signal at 06.39 UT.
 5024.997 CUB  R Rebelde from Bauta transmission center, S=9+30dB 06.40 UT
 5081 kHz STANAG digital S=9+15dB signal at 06.41 UT.

 5800even USA  WRMI Okeechobee, S=9+25dB carrier only signal, no audio mod
 5850even USA  WRMI Okeechobee, S=9+40dB powerhouse signal, at 06.43 UT
          terrible talk of BS roarer TOM px.
 5935even USA  WWCR Nashville TN, U.N. English px, female pastor sermon at
          06.44 UT, S=9+20dB in Alberta remotedly reception.
 5938.368 BRA  Chorus, ladies singer group of R Missionaria from Brazil,
          S=8 at 06.45 UT on Sept 20.
 5950 kHz USA  WMRI  OFF air at 06.46 UT.
 5995even MLI  RTVM Bamako well heard signal in French, thanks the help of
          the Chinese technicians on both SW bcast relay centers. 06.47 UT
          S=9+5dB strength.
 6030 kHz CUB  Cuban scratch jammer 24h/7d against IBB / US AGM Greenville
          R Marti in Spanish language, S=6 or -90dBm annoying signal.
          // similar scratch signals on 7335, 7365, and 7435 kHz too.
 6049.971 LBR  not stable fq, varying 3 Hertz up and down, ELWA Monrovia
          at 05.25-10.00 UT. Fair S=6 signal into Alberta at 06.49 UT.
 6055even JPN  R Nikkei #1, S=6-7 heard female Japanese at 06.51 UT.
 6060even CUB  RHC Bauta noted En stn ID annmt, S=9+10dB and weather
          forecast report followed. At 06.52 UT on Sept 20.
 6069.987 CAN  CFRX Toronto, Canadian domestic sce in En, mosquito's story
          to tell, S=9+15dB in Alberta at 06.53 UT.
 6100even CUB  RHC Bauta in English, very low modulation level, but
          S=9+20dB strong carrier though. 06.54 UT.
 6115even JPN  R Nikkei #2 px, S=8 Japanese mx at 06.55 UT Sept 20.
 6139.999 HOL  (tentativelly ? ) R Onda, mx and English px likely from the
          Netherlands TX site, but Borculo-BEL bc house site (?) at 06.56
          UT, S=7 nice signal in Alberta-CAN.
 6159.935 USA  One of the older 50 kW units in WBCQ Monticello ME state,
          (?) The Planet px, S=6 in Edmonton-Alb, at 06.57 UT.
 6184.967 MEX  Radio Educacion, Mexico D.F., saxophone and trumpet or-
          chestra mx of non-Latin world, S=9+20dB powerful signal of
          new 10 kHz wideband audio signal block visible !, at 07.00 UT
          full Spanish ID annmt noted at 07.02:05 to 07.02:25 UT.

 7254.934 NIG  Voice of Nigeria Abuja bcast center, today Sept 20 at 07.06
          UT, scheduled in Fulfulde-Fulani language of Niger-Congo dia-
          lects ... S=8 or -77dBm carrier, BUT LOW audio modulation though
          checked at Edmonton Alberta CAN at Don Moman's Perseus ports.
 7335 kHz CUB  jammer scratch audio signal from Cuban radio security
          forces against US AGM R Marti Spanish channels 24h/7d.
          S=9+10dB at 07.06 UT, // same on 7365, 7435, 9565, 9805 kHz.
 7400.019 UNIDentified music stn, likely European Pirate radio (?) also
          at 07.10 UT on Sept 20, S=6 or -88dBm fair signal.
 7557 kHz STANAG digital S=9+15dB signal at 07.14 UT.
 7570even USA  WRMI Okeechobee-FL state, phone number given of archive
          px BS roarer TOM sermon, S=9+35dB powerhouse at 07.15 UT.
 7780even USA  WRMI Florida, fair S=7 fluttery signal at 07.17 UT.

 9265 - 10 kHz wideband DIGITAL signal block of WINB, S=8 at 07.18 UT.
 9330.035 USA  WBCQ Monticello ME state, much poor S=4-5 or -103dBm
          signal in western Canada remotedly, Latin(?) language Port/Sp ?
          not identified, at 07.21 UT on Sept 20.
 9395even USA  WRMI FL state, En px of likely SMTV relay, poor S=5 or
          -91dBm, at 07.23 UT.
 9455even USA  WRMI Spanish language program of likely 'Family Radio'
          acc fq list entry. S=5 or -91dBm at 07.24 UT.
 9565 kHz CUB  jammer scratch audio signal from Cuban radio security
          forces against US AGM R Marti Spanish channels 24h/7d.
          S=7-8 at 07.25 UT, // 9805 kHz.
 9615even JPN  NHK Radio Japan Yamata Ibaragi bc center, S=9+15dB strong
          at 07.26 UT.
 9649.996 KRE  Voice of Korea from Kujang bc center, in Japanese sce, at
          07.30 UT, // 11865even kHz at 07.49 UT. Sweet smooth orchestra
          mx, same mx type also played on VoKOR Russian service today.
          S=7-8 in western Canada remotedly.
 9664.972 KRE  KCBS Pyongyang, domestic / Far East Asia, Korean sce.
          Sweet smooth orchestra mx. S=9+10dB signal at 07.33 UT.
 9700.006 NZL  R NZ Pacific in English, S=9+30dB strength in Alberta at
          07.35 UT on Sept 20, sports item: Women Rugby championship world
          cup held in New Zealand from 8 Oct - 23 Oct 2022. Women's World
          Cup 2022 is the 9th edition of this competition event. S=9+35dB
 9785even CHN  CNR8 strongest Chinese bcast signal on Pacific night path.
          CNR8 Korean program from Beijing bcast center, S=9 at 07.37 UT.
 9818.796 BRA  poor signal of 'Radio 9 de Julho' BrasPort at 07.39 UT.
          poor S=5-6, Chorus program performance.
 9850even CHN  CNR1 Mandarin Chinese jammer from China mainland, probably
          against TWN SOH Falun Gong sect sce ?  S=6 at 07.41 UT.
 9875even KRE  Voice of Korea Kujang site, in Russian // 11735 kHz too,
          both to Siberian Russia target, S=8-9 signal into Edmonton-CAN.
          Sweet smooth orchestra mx type. 07.42 - 07.44 UT.
 9911 kHz STANAG digital S=9+5dB signal at 07.43 UT on Sept 20.

11815.023 BRA  Radio Bras Central, oddly plus 23 Hz on upper flank. Likely
11815even 07-08 UT hour, now at 0745 UT co-channel TWN SOH and accompanied
          CNR1 jammer? two Chinese progrs underneath ... stronger at Tokyo
          JPN remotedly.
11825even JPN  NHK R. Japan Yamata Ibaragi bc center, S=9 strong 07.47 UT.
12050even ASC  Radio Ndarason Internat. to Chad target in Central AF, at
          07.52 UT much S=7 fluttery signal in western Canada target.
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 20)


Nils Schiffhauer's Shortwave website has closed down.

Nils Schiffhauer hat leider seine umfangreiche Webseite ueber alle Aspekte
der Kurzwelle geschlossen und wird "alle anderen Veroeffentlichungen
zu diesem Thema nicht mehr weiter verfolgen."

Bleibt nur der Dank fuer seine herausragenden Veroeffentlichungen.
(Christoph Ratzer via A-DX; via Swedish SWB #2011 magazine of Sept 18)

Nils DK8OK  <dk8ok -at- gmx.net>
a good old Ham Radio and SWL aspects friend - since 45 years ... wb


DRM mode - digital convention - success report.
Results of the past event of the DRM Consortium. Sept 15, 2022.

This year's virtual DRM Consortium event, which took place on Sept 6th,
was positively received by many participants around the world. The long-
awaited exhibition dedicated to DRM receivers gave listeners and viewers
the opportunity to learn about new, just appeared, receivers and solutions
in this area ...

Detail in Russian + photo -
(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1203 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 18)


WRTH 2023

Article from Radio Reporter about WRTH future.

After seven decades of publication, the World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH)
will also be available as a web app. Listening enthusiasts from all over
the world can rejoice: the "Directory of Global Broadcasting" will also be
available on mobile phones. By consulting it, one can find out, for
example, which stations are broadcasting from the Amazon region and which
programmes are available in Korea, the Maldives or Switzerland.

Whether remote reception on shortwave, international services for foreign
countries, political propaganda broadcasts for crisis areas or commercial
stations on FM and DAB+ digital radio, the WRTH contains all the details
in a clear form.

The first edition of the yearbook was published in Denmark in 1947 and
WRTH Publications Limited managed it until 2022, when it transferred the
rights to Radio Data Center GmbH (RDC), based in Freising, Germany.
"The yearbook is an indispensable reference work for radio listeners and
everyone who moves professionally in the world of radio" said

Guenter Lorenz - German call sign DL3GLF  <glorenz -at- lorenzsoft.de>
Managing Director of Radio Data Center GmbH. Who added "we are very pleas-
ed to publish the 77th edition in December 2022 simultaneously as a book
and as a web app".

The WRTH is an indispensable reference for orientation in radio listening.
Initially, the book addressed DXers with an interest in shortwave and the
"tropical bands", as well as medium wave. The FM band, as used by the
national / public broadcasters, was also covered, but not completely: the
liberalisation of the airwaves, which began in Italy in 1975 and spread
throughout Europe, saw the emergence of thousands of stations in just a
few years, making it impossible to publish their tens of thousands of
frequencies in WRTH.

For reasons of space, WRTH was often limited to the major networks (12233
stations are active in the Old Continent alone, of which 8786 are

Full data can be found on FMLIST (founded in 1986 by Guenter Lorenz),
which under the management of Radio Data Center has strengthened the
worldwide team of contributors, expanding the database to a professional
level, e.g by producing an identikit for each radio station.

Future editions for WRTH will make comprehensive use of data from FMLIST.
This synergy will make the WRTH also more attractive to professionals
interested in a global directory including FM and all variants of digital
broadcast (DRM, DAB, HD Radio).


(WRTH via adio Reporter via John Hoad-UK, of BrDXC-UK iogroups Sept 17)

The following news appears on several mailing lists dedicated to

The next edition of the "world's most comprehensive and up-to-date guide
to broadcasting" will be published in December 2022 in both a print and
digital version. The Directory of Global Broadcasting has been published
by WRTH Publications Limited until 2022. The rights have now been trans-
ferred to Radio Data Center GmbH (RDC), based in Freising, Germany.

After seven decades of existence, the World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH), the
"Directory of Global Broadcasting", will now also be published in book

The Directory of Global Broadcasting will now also be available as a web

"The directory is an indispensable reference for interested radio liste-
ners, DX enthusiasts and all those who work professionally in the radio
world", said Guenter Lorenz, founder and CEO of Radio Data Center GmbH
on 8 September 2022.

"We are pleased that it will also be available online as a web application
from December 2022."

Radio Data Center GmbH (RDC) was established in 2012 to provide profes-
sional data delivery services to broadcast companies and organisations
and services for broadcast-related businesses and industries.

Guenter Lorenz had founded FMLIST, the world's most comprehensive and
up-to-date database on FM broadcasting, back in 1986. It went online in
2005 at fmlist.org and was soon followed by MWLIST, its equivalent for
medium and short wave.

MWLIST, its counterpart for medium and short wave broadcasting.
Oliver Schmidt is Director General of EWC and Chairman of the Board of
Directors of UKW/TV-Arbeitskreis e.V., the organization which owns FMLIST,
and publisher of the books "Sender-Tabelle" and "European Radio Guide"

EWC's global team team defines its work, which extends the community-
supported databases to a professional level, as "being the cartographers
of the world's radio, as "being the cartographers of the global radio

For more information
<www.wrth.org>  <http://www.radiodatacenter.com/>
Enquiries:  <wrth -at- wrth.org>
(via Dario Gabrielli-ITA, to wwdxc Germany Sept 8)

Re:  WRTH will continue


Radio Data Center GmbH
Kammergasse 9
85354 Freising
Germany, western Europe.

T: +49 (0) 81 61 49 62 96
E: <glorenz -at- radiodatacenter.com>
W: <http://www.radiodatacenter.com>
Geschaeftsfuehrer: Guenter Lorenz, Oliver Schmidt
Amtsgericht Muenchen HRB 202608
USt-IdNr.            DE286543649

WRTH continues !

The next edition of the "world's most comprehensive and up-to-date guide
to broadcasting" will be published in December 2022 in a printed and a
digital version. The "Directory of Global Broadcasting" was published by
WRTH Publications Limited until 2022.

The rights have now been transferred to Radio Data Center GmbH (RDC),
based in Freising, Germany. After seven decades as a book, the World Radio
TV Handbook (WRTH), the "Directory of Global Broadcasting," will now also
be available as a web app. "The directory is an indispensable reference
for interested radio listeners, avid DXers and all those who move profes-
sionally in the world of radio" said Guenter Lorenz, founder and CEO of
Radio Data Center GmbH, on September 08, 2022. "We are pleased that it
will also be available online as a web app from December 2022."

Radio Data Center GmbH (RDC) was created in 2012 to provide professional
data delivery and services for broadcast radio-related business and indu-
stries. Guenter Lorenz had founded FMLIST, the world's most comprehensive
and up-to-data database of FM broadcasting, already in 1986.

It went online in 2005 at fmlist.org and was soon followed by MWLIST, its
counterpart for mediumwave and shortwave broadcasting. Oliver Schmidt is
CEO of RDC and Chairman of the Board of UKW/TV-Arbeitskreis e.V., the
organisation that owns FMLIST, and publisher of "Sender-Tabelle" and
"European Radio Guide" books.

The worldwide RDC team defines their work, which extends the community-
supported databases to professional level, as "being cartographers of the
global radio landscape".  Further information on

<www.wrth.org>  <www.radiodatacenter.com>
Inquiries:  <wrth -at- wrth.org>

(WRTH, 8 Sept 2022 via Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor Sept 8; via wwdxc topnews)

vy73 de Wolfgang, DF5SX -

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