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compiled by Wolfgang Büschel, Germany


BC-DX 1442                                                    9 Oct 2020
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ARMENIA   [Germany Canadian FM sce history}

"On October 18, 1970y, Canadian armed forces station ?? Radio CAE ??
from Werl Germany - Off Air.

50 years later, on October 18, 2020, we're bringing back the last
four hours of the program.

The moving farewell of a station that shaped many in Westphalia in the
original tone from 18-22 UTC / 20-24 CEST to 7500 kHz across Europe!"

Christian replied to my follow-up enquiry, advising that the transmition
will be from Armenia. Additional info just received from Christian Milling
advises that the transmitter will be "100 kW at HR 8/8/1 directional
antenna towards 305 degree"
{via Yerevan Gavar bcast center site in Armenia, wb}.
(Christian Milling of shortwave service; via Alan Roe-UK Oct 2)

ASCENSION ISLAND   QSL Antarctic Mid-Winter Broadcast via Ascension Island
Transmitter. Received the attractive folder QSL with full data, within
two hours after posting a follow-up report, for a total of 3 months, after
the first follow-up.

Reply from Leroy Fowler Operation Ascension, with e-mail to:
<Jodi.joshua -at- encompass.co.ac>
(Edward Kusalik-Daysland, Alb_CAN, odxa wor Oct 2)

BOLIVIA   3310 kHz  Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cochabamba. A weak signal at
1030 UT with long rapid-fire talks that could have been in either Quechua
or Spanish, too hard to identify. The high atmospheric noise made
listening challenging. A local music selection at 1050 UT then back to
talk. Faded by 1057 UT. It's been a long time since I have heard this one,
it used to be a regular here especially during the winters back in 2013
and 2015. 5 Sept.
(Rob Wagner-Vic-AUS  VK3BVW, Oct ADXNews magazine of ARDXC, Oct 8)

3310 kHz  10 kW  Bolivian Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cotapachi, 0900v-1300 UT,
2100v-0100v (SS-0130) UT, mostly Quechua, but also Spanish ID:
Quillacollo, Cochabamba "Mosoj Chaski Radio" acc DBS#21 last heard in
March 2019. wb.

BRAZIL   4775 kHz  Radio Congonhas, Congonhas MG, 01 Oct at 1232 UT.
Advts, 'Congonhas...', talk by YL. 35543 (RG).

4885 kHz  Radio Cultura do Para, Belem PA, 30 Sept at 0125 UT.
ID: 'ZYI532, onda media, 690 kHz, ZYG362, onda tropical,
4885 kHz, Radio Cultura do Para, Belem, Para, Brasil'. 35543 (RG)

4905 kHz  Radio Relogio, Rio de Janeiro RJ, 01 Oct at 1238 UT. Advts from
Igreja Internacional da Graca de Deus, ID 'Radio Relogio com voce'. Time
pips. 35543 (RG).

4985 kHz  Radio Brasil Central, Goiania GO, 30 Sept at 0150 UT.
ID: 'Radio Brasil Central, Agencia Radio Central'. Brazilian song.
35553 (RG).

11780 kHz  Radio Nacional da Amazonia, Brasilia DF, 03 Oct at 2059 UT.
ID 'Radio Nacional da Amazonia'. Brazilian song. 35553 (RG).

11815 kHz  Radio Brasil Central, Goiania GO, 03 Oct at 2104 UT. Brazilian
song, ID 'Radio Brasil Central..'. 35543 (RG).
(Rudolf Grimm Sao Bernardo-SP-BRA, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 5)

BRAZIL   4875  Radio Roraima ZYG810 Boa Vista, Roraima, Sept 20 at
0122 UT noted with commentary and pop music in Portuguese.
A poor signal was heard.

4885  Radio Clube do Para ZYG362 Belem, Para, Sept 20 at 0021 UT noted
with pop music, ID and promos in Portuguese. A fair to poor signal was
heard.
(Ralphus Perry-IL-USA, NASWA wor Oct 4)

CHINA   Confirmed with super strong signals of the prgr CNR1 in Chinese on
07 Oct at 1400-1457 UT on: 6370, 6850, 6865, 6900, 6970, 7645, 7730, 7771
kHz under sirena type jamming , 7880, 9230 kHz etc. - compared with
// 1377 kHz, MW // 11925 kHz SW, presumed vs. SOH/FG bcs.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 8)

CHINA   {INNER MONGOLIA}   6079.95  kHz  I believe this is PBS Hulunbuir,
Hailar and I haven't seen it reported for quite a while. This one of the
few listed lowpowered (10 kW) Chinese outlets. At 1024 UT with slow
traditional (possibly regional) instrumental music and occasional anncts
in Mongolian. At 1100 another open carrier fired up (CNR??), which caused
some light QRM to PBS. At 1120 UT, some type of folk singing backed by a
regional string instrument. By 1210 UT there was still no sign of CNR.

After nearly two hours, it was time for me to bail out!! Fair to poor
signal here but also monitored at good strength on the Khabarovsk, Russia
KiwiSDR. 11 Sept.    { 6079.977 kHz on Oct 9, wb. }
(Rob Wagner-Vic-AUS  VK3BVW, Oct ADXNews magazine of ARDXC, Oct 8)

CUBA   5024.998 CUB  R Rebelde NOT ON AIR, still only empty carrier at
11.15 UT on Oct 2.

6000even CUB  RHC Quivican fq recently aligned some 8 Hertz up to even
frequency. But still distorted overmodulated audio fed, S=9+25dB power in
Massachusetts SDR rx. 10 kHz wideband audio block visible on screen.

6100even CUB  RHC Bauta, ID given at 11.29:50 UT S=9+10dB, 10 kHz wideband
audio, excellent quality now again vie Bauta transmission center,
the BBEF Beijing 'Made in China' transmitter refurbished very well.

7350.002 CUB  RHC Bejucal Spanish outlet at the Antilles target at
11.33 UT, S=8 or -90dBm into backlobe point, heard remotedly in NY, MA US
states.

9535.002 CUB  RHC Bejucal Spanish on that channel towards central Latin
America, aimed at MEX, GTM, CTR and Panama channel zone azimuth target.
S=5-6 at 11.35 UT on Oct 2nd.

11760even CUB  RHC Bauta non-directional all Caribbean target broadcast,
S=9 at 11.39 UT.

Grayline at that hour Detroit - Georgia - Cozumel MEX at 11.40 UT.

13740even RHC Bauta in Spanish, S=7 at 11.43 UT in Massachusetts SDR rx.
ARG antenna azimuth.

Similar signal strength in NY, MA, at 11.57 UT also on
13750even  ROU  RRI Tiganesti, in English,
13760.009  TUR  TRT Emirler, in German,
13635.006  TUR  TRT Emirler, in Turkish,
15130even  ROU  RRI Tiganesti, in English.

CUB, nothing did propagate / not on air on 15140 kHz Bauta,
nor on 15230 kHz QUI, towards Brazil South America at 11.53 UT.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 2)

CUBA   5025 kHz  Radio Rebelde CMBA Bauta, Ciudad de la Habana - Sept 20
at 0030 UT, noted with brief commentary into pop music in Spanish. An
excellent signal was heard.

(Eric Bueneman (N+UIH), IRCA DX Monitor, Oct 4.
Howell Island Conservation Area, Chesterfield MO, direct & wor)

CUBA   11670 Sep 27  2330-2340 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in
Spanish. man and woman announcers present a program "Escucha Conmigo";
A rumba song; ID; More songs. Fair reception.

11760  Sep 27  2150-2200 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in Spanish.
"Nuestra America" - man announcer presents a musical program with
latinamerican songs, including a song by Mercedes Soza. Fair reception.

11760  Sep 27  2313-2328 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in Spanish. A
jazz song; 2316 UT man voice says ID and a cuban rumba song in the program
"De Cuba un Disco"; 2321 UT Woman and man announcers present the program
"Escucha Conmigo". Dedicate to musician Luis franco Guevara: biography and
songs. Good reception.

11800  Sep 27  2253-2303 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Quivican-CUB, in Spanish.
A song; ID and begins the program "De Cuba un Disco", presented by male
announcer and jazz songs. fair reception.

15140  Sep 27  1942-1958 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in English. Man
announcer presents a musical program; 1955 UT ID and woman talks. Fair to
poor reception.

15140  Sep 27  2011-2022 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in French. Man
and woman announcers talk news; ID and more news. Poor reception.

15230  Sep 27  2243-2253 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Quivican-CUB, in
Portuguese. Man announcer communication during all log time. Very poor
reception.

15370  Sep 27  1929-1942 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in French. IS,
ID; Woman and man announcers present news. Fair reception.

15370  Sep 27  1959-2010 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in Portuguese.
IS and ID; Man voice and a programming of the day and says "Mantengase en
Sintonia !"; Space "Date to Remember"; Woman talks a brief space dedicated
to climate changes and the five actions dedicated ti it; 2005 UT News by
woman announcer. Fair reception.

15370  Sep 27  2030-2040 UT, Radio Habana Cuba, Bauta-CUB, in Arabic.
IS and ID; Man and woman talk news, presumed, and say ID many times during
this log. Fair reception.
(Jose Ronaldo Xavier-BRA, hcdx Sept 27)

CUBA   4765 kHz  Radio Progreso via Bejucal, Ciudad de la Habana, Sept 20
at 0112 UT noted with brief commentary, ID into contemporary music in
Spanish. A fair signal was heard.
(Eric Bueneman (N+UIH), IRCA DX Monitor, Oct 4.
Howell Island Conservation Area, Chesterfield MO, direct & wor)

CUBA   5025 kHz  Oct 2 at 0537 UT, Radio Rebelde Bauta, S=9+20dB of dead
air - well, at least it's not distorted since there is no modulation!
Still propagating post-sunrise at 1240 UT to S=9/+10dB and still dead.
Something's always wrong at RadioCuba.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and wor Oct 2)

CYPRUS   "Russian Radio" started playing in Cyprus!

On October 1, Russian Radio resumes broadcasting in the Republic of
Northern Cyprus. The radio station will sound in the largest cities of the
country: Nicosia (103.2 FM), Limassol (105.7 FM), Paphos (90.5 FM) and
Larnaca (93.3 FM). Thus, the signal of "Russian Radio" will cover the
entire territory of Northern Cyprus.

With the start of broadcasting of "Russian Radio" in Cyprus, over 600
thousand local radio listeners will join the audience of the radio
station.

"Broadcasting in the Republic of Northern Cyprus is strategically
important for Russian Radio," says Vladislav Kostyuk, Director of the
Regional Development Department of Russian Media Group CJSC. - A huge
number of Russians and Russian-speaking people spend their holidays and
permanently reside in this country. Therefore, the opportunity to give
them access to their native cultural and linguistic environment, to their
favorite music is very important for us. "

On October 1 - in honor of the start of broadcasting in the Republic of
Cyprus - for the first time in the history of the radio station, a radio
bridge was held between Moscow and Cyprus. The hosts of the morning show
"Russian Peppers" greeted their Cypriot colleagues. "There are no
boundaries for us, despite the pause in travel! Now we are part of the
large family of Russian Radio, which has become not just a new radio
station, but a musical and information center for the Russian-speaking
community of the entire island, "the Cyprus radio hosts noted.

"Even symbolically, the broadcasting frequencies of Russkoye Radio in
Moscow and here in Limassol coincided - 105.7 FM. This is a sign -
everything will be fine! " - says co-owner of the Russian Wave Group media
group Stanislav Andonov.

Russian Radio broadcasted in the Republic of Northern Cyprus for a long
time, however, in December 2019 the broadcast was suspended due to the
difficulties of the former local partner of Russian Radio in Cyprus.

Thanks to the efforts of the radio station and its Cypriot partners, the
Russian-speaking inhabitants of the island did not remain without their
favorite music for long: on October 1, Russian Radio will sound again in
Cyprus. The new partner of Russian Radio is the largest local media
corporation Russianwave.

<https://russianmediagroup.ru/news/russkoe-radio-zazvuchalo-na-kipre>

(Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1101 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 4)

DENMARK   15805 kHz World Music Radio, Randers, at 1526-1535 UT on Oct 2
unscheduled transmission, pop songs, Latin American songs. id. "WMR".
35433. Schedule: Saturday-Sunday 0700-2000 UT.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, BrDXC-UK newsgroup Oct 2)

Stig Hartvig Nielsen posted 3 hours ago:

World Music Radio on the air from now - and continuously until Sunday
20 UTC - on 15805 kHz with (a little under) 200 Watts beamed south.
Winter propagations are prevailing so reception on 15805 not so good any
longer in Central Europa but (at the moment) heard at fair levels in
Southern Europe, Eastern North America (New Hampshire) and weak in Brazil.

Transatlantic conditions might improve in the next couple of hours.

Correct reception reports with programe details will get an eQSL if
sending a report to <wmr -at- wmr.dk>
For a printed QSL card, send report to

WMR, P.O.Box 112, DK-8960 Randers, Denmark, Europe,

enclosing return postage.
Reports using remote receivers are not QSLed.
<www.wmr.radio>

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FRANCE   {towards HoA, East Africa target}

17545 kHz  OPPOSITION. R. Sinit Eritrea, Sawt al-Samood (The Voice of
Steadfastness), at 1540 UT on Oct 3. A no-show today for its supposedly
newly-resumed Sat morning only xmsn 1500-1600 UT via TDF Issoudun.

Also just checked via University Enschede Twente SDR, just in case, but no
signal on the fqy there, either. LATER: Happened to check again at 1540 UT
and there it was, OM in AA-like lang. These xmsns are slated in Arabic,
Amharic and Tigrinya. Great (!!) HOA pop music with OM singing with
typical local band from 1547 UT. 1552 UT OM into diff lang, this one
probably Tigrinhya or Amharic. Not Arabic. Interviews a second fellow.

Very deep, deep fades, signal almost drops completely out. But very good
on peaks. Abrupt -1558* UT almost like in mid-sentence!
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, Naswa nl Oct 4)

FRANCE   Alameda Bible Fellowship ABF via WRMI FMO via TDF Issoudun relay
site registered in A20 HFCC
1900-1930  9710 ISS 500 kW 200 deg to WeAF En Mon/Fri, new from Oct 2
1700-1730 15485 ISS 250 kW 135 deg to EaAF En Mon/Fri  - as scheduled A-20
1930-2000 11860 ISS 500 kW 180 deg to WeAF En Mon/Fri  IS INACTIVE IN A-20
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Oct 8)

In winter season B-20 some RMI FMO brokered requests
0700-0800 13710 to zones 46S,47N,47SW,52NW ISS 100 170 Hausa  F  RMI  #371
1600-1700 15285 to zones 46S,47N,47SW,52NW ISS 150 170 Mul    F  RMI  #377
1700-1730 13660 to zones 53,48 ISS 250 135  F  RMI TDF request#365 ABF
1930-2000  7280 to zones 46E   ISS 500 180  F  RMI TDF request#317 ABF

GERMANY   QSL  HCJB Voice of the Andes  {via HCJ  MBR Nauen Germany site}.

A new QSL card has been received from HCJB Voice of the Andes from
Voronezh for the report dated September 19, 2020.

Two envelopes were received with a personal letter, Christian verses and a
booklet, calendars and CDs with recordings of the station's programs.

The envelopes were sent on September 24, 2020.

<http://freerutube.info/2020/10/03/qsl-hcjb-golos-and-germaniya-sentyabr-
2020-goda/>

(Dmitry Elagin, Saratov-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx";
via RUSdx #1101 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 4)

GERMANY  {SAAR}   Alter Masten in Bereus bekommt neue Aufgabe.
Saarland: SR Saarlaendischer Rundfunk Saarebruck
nutzt historischen Sendeturm in Berus fuer DVB-T2 und DAB+ Versorgung.

Am Mittwoch, 9. September, konnte eine grosse Huerde zum Ausbau der
digitalen Sendernetze DAB+ und DVB-T2 im Saarland genommen werden:

SR-Verwaltungs- und Betriebsdirektorin Stephanie Weber hat am ehemaligen
Senderstandort Europa 1 in Berus gemeinsam mit der Buergermeisterin von
Ueberherrn, Anne Yliniva-Hoffmann, den Gestattungs- / Mietvertrag
unterschrieben, wie der Sender in seinem Newsletter mitteilt. Die
Sendeantennen fuer den Saarlaendischen Rundfunk sollen auf dem
historischen Betonturm installiert werden. Die Sender fuer DAB+ und DVB-T2
werden samt der erforderlichen Peripherie in einem Nebenraum des
Sendergebaeudes untergebracht.

Mit diesem neuen SR Standort wird insbesondere von Wallerfangen bis
Ueberherrn und auch im Saartal der Empfang mit Zimmerantenne verbessert
beziehungsweise ueberhaupt erst ermoeglicht. Ab Ende November koennen
60 Prozent der Saarlaenderinnen und Saarlaender das Programmangebot per
Zimmerantenne empfangen - mit Dachantenne sogar 98 Prozent.
<www.sr.de>  Oct 2

GERMANY   {see under ARMENIA  Germany Canadian FM sce history, above}

Program tip: 50 years of Close-Down from Radio CAE.

"At 87.8 MHz on the FM dial, this is Canadian Forces Radio CAE in Werl,
Germany."

For over 14 years this station break was heard on FM at the very front, on
Beginning of the scale if you lived on the eastern edge of the Ruhr area.
At the March 21, 1956 at 5 p.m. there was a unique transmitter
"on the air" gone:

Radio Canadian Army Europe (CAE), the radio program for the Canadian
armed forces in Westphalia, initially on the frequency 96.9 MHz, later on
to 87.8 MHz ...

From the garrison "Fort Victoria", on a hill of hair, directly on
on the B 63 between Wickede and Werl, the transmission was 250 watts
HF performance for the soldiers and their families of the brigades in and
around Werl, Soest, Lippstadt, Iserlohn and Hemer. The 100 m high
transmission mast was far away visible, and with a little skill and a
good antenna you received Radio CAE in the north to Osnabrueck, in the
east to Paderborn, in the south almost to Wuppertal and in the west to
Oberhausen, i.e. almost all of the Muensterland, in the front Sauerland
and in the Ruhr area.

Radio CAE ended on Sunday, October 18, 1970 at midnight. So went a station
that is probably unique in Europe has ended. The Canadian garrison was
completely relocated to Lahr in the Black Forest southern Germany and
English soldiers took over the barracks around Iserlohn, Werl and Hemer.
The transmitter was then used as a converter for BFBS for a few years.
Today WDR 2 the frequency 87.8 MHz from the telecommunications tower in
Schwerte. The old The radio mast of "Radio CAE in Werl / Germany" is no
longer in place.

For the 50th anniversary of the "Station Close-Down" s has musicians and
Sound tinkerer Eroc the last 4 hours of broadcast from October 18, 1970
digital restored and we will broadcast this 1: 1 on October 18th, 2020
(then as now a Sunday) between 6-10 p.m. UTC (= 8-24 p.m. CET, i.e.
at the original time) again to be heard:

On shortwave 7500 kHz for Europe. {via Gavar Armenia 300 kW 305 degr}

More information about Radio CAE at:
<http://www.eroc.de/index.php/de/radiocae-neue-nachrichten>

google_translate
<http://www.eroc.de/images/content_cae_mast.jpg>
(Christian Milling-D, A-DX ng Oct 2)

Programmtipp: 50 Jahre Close-Down von Radio CAE

"At 87.8 on the FM-dial, this is Canadian Forces Radio CAE in Werl,
Germany."

Ueber 14 Jahre lang hoerte man diesen Station Break auf UKW ganz vorne, am
Anfang der Skala, sofern man am oestlichen Rande des Ruhrgebiets wohnte.

Am 21. Maerz 1956 um 17.00 Uhr war hier ein einzigartiger Sender "on the
air" gegangen: Radio Canadian Army Europe (CAE), das Rundfunkprogramm fuer
die kanadischen Streitkraefte in Westfalen, zunaechst auf der Frequenz
96.9 MHz, spaeter dann auf 87.8 MHz ...

Von der Garnison "Fort Victoria" aus, auf einem Huegel der Haar, direkt an
der B 63 zwischen Wickede und Werl gelegen, sendete man mit 250 Watt
HF-Leistung fuer die Soldaten und ihre Familien der Brigades in und um
Werl, Soest, Lippstadt, Iserlohn und Hemer. Der 100 m hohe Sendemast war
weithin sichtbar, und mit ein bisschen Geschick und einer guten Antenne
empfing man Radio CAE im Norden bis Osnabrueck, im Osten bis Paderborn,
im Sueden fast bis Wuppertal und im Westen bis Oberhausen, also nahezu im
gesamten Muensterland, im vorderen Sauerland und im Ruhrgebiet.

Radio CAE endete am Sonntag, dem 18. Oktober 1970 um Mitternacht. Damit
ging ein in Europa wohl einzigartiger Sender zu Ende. Die kanadische
Garnison wurde komplett nach Lahr im Schwarzwald verlegt und englische
Soldaten uebernahmen die Kasernen um Iserlohn, Werl und Hemer.

Die Sendeanlage wurde dann noch einige Jahre lang als Umsetzer fuer BFBS
benutzt. Heute belegt WDR 2 die Frequenz 87.8 MHz vom Fernmeldeturm in
Schwerte aus. Der alte Sendemast von "Radio CAE in Werl / Germany" steht
laengst nicht mehr.

Zum 50-jaehrigen Jubilaeum des "Station Close-Down"s hat Musiker und
Soundtueftler Eroc die letzten 4 Sendestunden vom 18.10.1970 digital
restauriert und wir bringen diese als 1:1 Ausstrahlung am 18.10.2020
(damals wie heute ein Sonntag) zwischen 18-22 Uhr UTC (=20-24 Uhr MEZ,
also zur Originalzeit) wieder zu Gehoer: Auf Kurzwelle 7500 kHz fuer
Europa.
{via Gavar Armenia 300 kW 305 degr}

Weitere Infos zu Radio CAE unter:
<http://www.eroc.de/index.php/de/radiocae-neue-nachrichten>

(Christian Milling-D, A-DX ng Oct 2)

GUATEMALA   4055 kHz. Radio Verdad, Chiquimula, 1100 UT on Oct 2. Been
monitoring this one daily this week with its sign-on formalities at 1100a
UT. Decent signal today. Opens with recorded s/on including lonnnnng NA by
women and children, xylo-chimes theme and then string of multiple lang
IDs, starting with Sp, En and Mayan-based local languages.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, Naswa nl Oct 4)

GUATEMALA   4055 kHz  Radio Verdad, Chiquimula. 6-note tune repeated many
times (interval signal?) from tune-in at 1110 to 1117 UT, then National
Anthem (long version). ID and long anncts in Spanish from 1023 UT, IDs as
R. Verdad and many mentions of Guatemala (music in the background). Gospel
songs with occasional voice-overs in English from 1127 UT, perhaps an
American program relay? The modulation seemed a little distorted during
studio anncts. "Give Me That Old Time Religion" played at 1135 UT.

Fair to poor signal and buried in atmospheric noise at times, but still
going until fade out at 1150 UT. I don't often hear this station much
these days, so nice to catch it on 5 Sept.
(Rob Wagner-Vic-AUS  VK3BVW, Oct ADXNews magazine of ARDXC, Oct 8)

IRAN   Received an email from the English section of IRIB Radio.

Dear Anatoly Thank you for your email and for being with IRIB Radio. Glad
to know you can receive our signals far away in Russia! We are starting to
send our listeners' QSL cards which was halted due to the coronavirus
pandemic as well as some promotional items. Hope you will like them.

Please tell us more about yourself as our new listener? Why did you choose
listening to the radio as your hobby? What is attracting about radio? Do
you have any comments regarding our programs, Iran, our culture, and
traditions by the way? feel free to share it with us!
Stay safe Maryam Geshani
(Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1101 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 4)

ISLE OF MAN - U.K.   QSL von Manx Radio.

Manx Radio was the first commercial radio station in the British Isles.

Its first broadcast on 5th June 1964 was a commentary on the world famous
TT races, and this tradition continues annually with Radio TT, an
off-shoot of Manx Radio which broadcasts race commentary and TT news for
two weeks in June. The station originally broadcast on FM only, but in
October 1964 a medium wave service came into operation on 1595 kHz
(188 metres). To improve reception, a second medium wave channel was added
in 1965 on 1295 kHz (232 metres).

Manx Radio continued to broadcast on these channels until November 1978
when a general ITU-EBU re-alignment of frequencies throughout Europe saw
Manx radio move to its present-day channel of 1368 kHz (219 metresl.

Manx Radio also continues to broadcast on FM and has three channels to
cover the mountainous terrain of the Island 89 MHz in the north, 97.2 MHz
for the east, south and central parts of the Island and 103.7 MHz for the
north and northwest.

Constitutionally the position of the Isle of Man is unique. It is not and
never has been part of the United Kingdom. It is a possession of the
British Crown with a high degree of autonomy and in 1979 held a year of
special celebrations marking the 1,000 anniversary of its parliament of
Tynwald founded by the Vikings and now the oldest assembly in the world
with an unbroken tradition.

The Isle of Man has a national identity distinctly separate from the
United Kingdom and part of Manx Radio's job is to reflect this identity.

The National Radio Service of the Isle of Man
Broadcasting on 1368 kHz Medium Wave
and 89 - 97.2 - 103.7 MHz VHF Stereo
Present hours of transmission.

This confirms your reception.

Broadcasting House, Douglas, Isle of Man
Telephone: 01624 682600   Facsimile: 01624 682604
Web: <www.manxradio.com>
MF Transmitters 1368 kHz Foxdale, Isle of Man.
(Joachim Thiel-D, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 2)

JAPAN    Frequency changes of JSR Shiokaze Sea Breeze, October 1

1300-1400 NF6040 YAM 300 kW 280 deg to NoEaAS various langs, ex5920
1300-1400 NF6090 YAM 300 kW 280 deg to NoEaAS various langs, ex6070
1300-1330 Japanese Mon/Tue/Sat/Sun; Korean Wed/Fri; English Thu;
1330-1400 Korean Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun; Japanese Mon/Tue; English Thu.
1600-1700 NF5980 YAM 300 kW 280 deg to NoEaAS various langs, ex5955
1600-1700 NF6165 YAM 300 kW 280 deg to NoEaAS various langs, ex7325
1600-1630 Japanese Mon/Tue/Sat/Sun; Korean Wed/Fri; English Thu;
1630-1700 Korean Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun; Japanese Mon/Tue; English Thu.

And frequency changes of Furusato no Kaze via JSR Shiokaze October 1
1405-1435 NF5920 YAM 300 kW 280 deg to NoEaAS Japanese Daily, ex6165
1405-1435 NF7325 YAM 300 kW 280 deg to NoEaAS Japanese Daily, ex7295
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Oct 1)

KOREA  D.P.R. of    Stimme Koreas mit runderneuerter Homepage.

Liebe Hobbyfroinde, die Stimme Koreas, Pyongyang, KRE, ist im Vorfeld des
75. Parteigruendungstages (10.10.) seit heute mit runderneuerter Homepage
online. Sie ist nun ueber den neuen Link

<http://www.vok.rep.kp/index.php/home/main/ge>

abrufbar. Der alte Link

<http://vok.rep.kp/index.php?CHANNEL=9>

funktioniert auch noch, man kommt dann zur Startseite mit der
Sprachauswahl in 9 Sprachen.

Viel Froide beim Hobby wuenscht allen mit - vy 73 + gut DX,
(Arni Piontek-D, A-DX newsgroup Oct 4)

KYRGYZ REPUBLIC    KYRGYZ RADIO  National elections will be repeated in
Kyrgyzstan by the diverse political tribal and mafia clans, soon.  (Oct 9)

Die Turbulenzen politischer Art bei der Wahl Anerkennung in Kirgisien,
korrupte alt-Sozialisten gegen Oppositionelle und landesweite Clans,

haben heute Abend keinen Einfluss auf die Aussendungen von
Kyrgyztelekom gehabt:

4010  KGZ  Birinchi Radio, Krasnaya Rechka, Bishkek, and
5130  KGZ  SW Relay Sce 'Sedaye Zindagi', Krasnaya Rechka, Bishkek,

4010.217  KGZ  Birinchi Radio Krasnaya Rechka Bishkek 1620-1630 UT,
S=9+20dB in remote Perseus in Delhi Indien.

TWR Afghan Evangelen Ableger, Pashto language
religious program "Radio Sedaye Zindagi" via Bishkek site.
5129.933 kHz also S=5 -76dBm at 16.30 UT on Oct 6.

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

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

MADAGASCAR   6135.0 kHz, R. Madagasikara, at 1405-1458* UT on Oct 8.
As usual, mostly fair reception here; at 1456 UT, ended with pop hit song
by Johnny Nash (who just died on Oct 6), with "I Can See Clearly Now";
very good day for //
5009.95 kHz, which was unusually well heard; clear reception as India was
off the air today; this frequency continued on after 6135 kHz went off at
1458* UT. Brief audio clip attached.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 8)

MEXICO CITY   6185 kHz  XEPPM R. Educacion, Mexico City. This low powered
XE station continues to be heard in my early evenings around 0800 UT (3am
in Mexico, the graveyard shift!). It features some pretty eclectic musical
styles including minimalist, aleatoric, and jazz music mixed with
occasional popular styles, all seemingly with Mexican origins.

Extraordinary selections abound every day! The signals are always on the
weak side and accompanied by the usual 49mb atmospheric noises and
crashes. The station gets swamped after 0900 UT by the cochannel China
Huayi BC s/on. There was talk that R. Educacion may not be on shortwave
for much longer, which would be a big loss! 18 Sept.
(Rob Wagner-Vic-AUS  VK3BVW, Oct ADXNews magazine of ARDXC, Oct 8)

NEW ZEALAND    Radio New Zealand Pacific on 5945 kHz, in three weeks time,
during southern Summer schedule

RNZ national network relay to Pacific  {formerly called RNZi, wb.}
- and from Oct 25 in B-20 season tentativelly:

 5975 1645 1800 61S,62,63W   RAN  35 35  148 123457  N Eng NZL RNZ
 6115 1300 1700 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 148 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
 6115 1300 1700 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  148 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
 7285 1645 1900 61S,62,63W   RAN  35 35  148 123457  N Eng NZL RNZ
 7330 1645 1900 61S,62,63W   RAN  35 35  148 123457  N Eng NZL RNZ
 7390 1300 1700 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 148 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
 7390 1300 1700 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  148 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
 9700 1100 1300 51,56,64S,65SRAN 100 325 156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
 9765 0700 1100 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
 9765 0700 1100 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
 9780 1745 2000 61S,62,63W   RAN  35 35  148 123457  N Eng NZL RNZ
11690 1845 2100 61S,62,63W   RAN  25 35  148 123457  N Eng NZL RNZ
11690 1845 2100 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 148 123457  N Eng NZL RNZ
11725 0500 0800 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  156 1234567 D Eng NZL Alternate
11725 0500 0800 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
11725 1845 2000 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 156 6       D Eng NZL RNZ
11725 1845 2000 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  156 6       D Eng NZL RNZ
13730 0500 0800 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
13730 0500 0800 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
13840 2045 0500 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 156 123457  D Eng NZL RNZ
13840 2045 0500 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  156 123457  D Eng NZL RNZ
15720 0000 0500 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
15720 0000 0500 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
15720 2045 2400 61S,62,63W   RAN  50 35  156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
15720 2045 2400 51,56,64S,65SRAN  50 325 156 1234567 D Eng NZL RNZ
(B-20 requests 251020-280321)

NIGERIA   11770  Voice of Nigeria Abuja, at 1830 UT on Oct 3. En economic
news at 1830 UT, high quality signal today. Nice and clear with good
modulation (appears they have solved their nagging past problem). Some
band hiss and occasional fades but good strength overall - but not quite
as strong as before, when they were xmiting an unlistenable under-
modulated signal. Overall, good listening target in the office while I
work on other stuff.

Actually on 11769.91 kHz right now ... Ending program called "Africa Hour"
and, at 1857 UT, QRMing itself with much too loud background music, hi.
Catch the several-minute-long drum roll at end of program! Absolutely
wild. Sadly, the signal had degraded a bit already, but still fun.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, Naswa nl Oct 4)

PAKISTAN    Radio Pakistan prepares to go digital with DRM mode txion.
WTFK? Presumably MW but no info in story. {Glenn Hauser, DX_SAsia Oct 8}

Radio Pakistan prepares to go digital with DRM.

The Pakistani public broadcaster (PBC) recently announced a three-stage
plan to digitise its operations using the DRM technology. The budget for
each phase of the project is currently under the consideration of the
government. Radio Pakistan has now decided in principle to install a 100kW
digital (DRM mode) transmitter on the land of Sariab Quetta.

More at:
<http://www.asiaradiotoday.com/news/radio-pakistan-prepares-go-digital-
drm>

Related:
PBC adopts Digital Radio Mondiale, unveils digital migration policy

<https://alokeshgupta.blogspot.com/2019/12/pbc-adopts-digital-radio-
mondiale.html>
(Alokesh Gupta-IND, DX_SouthAsia October 8)

PAPUA NEW GUINEA   3260 kHz  NBC Madang (PNG) on the air again, with new
format sign-off. NBC Madang, (Maus Blong Garamut - Voice of Indigenous
Drums), at 1132-1202 UT on Oct 7. Back on the air again after a
considerable absence; poor audio; over modulated, rendering it unreadable;
signed off with new format (1201-1202 UT); indigenous drums and chanting,
along with full ID, which was mostly unreadable; dead air till transmitter
went off at 1206 UT. Good to find them broadcasting again, but hope they
fix their very muffled audio. Attached audio of the sign-off.

BTW - NBC Bougainville (3325) remained silent today (1125+ UT).
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

PERU   4747 kHz  Radio Huanta 2000, Huanta, Spanish, 30 Sept at 0145 UT.
Talk by male announcer, typical instrumental Peruvian style music (flute),
advts. 25422 (RG)

4775 kHz  Radio Tarma, Tarma, Spanish, 30 Sept at 0115 UT. A typical song
in Spanish, flute music. 25432 (RG)

4940 kHz  Radio San Antonio (tentat), Villa Atalaya, Spanish, 30 Sept at
0145 UT. Male communication. A good carrier, but a poor signal.
15421 (RG). Better w/headphone.

4950 kHz: Radio Madre de Dios (tentat), Puerto Maldonado, Spanish, 30 Sept
at 0140 UT. Talk by male ad female voices, it seems a religious program.
25532 (RG).
(Rudolf Grimm Sao Bernardo-SP-BRA, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 5)

PIRATE   Re: 'Mystery 21' pirate testing on 4875 kHz.
Thanks for the tip Paul. 73 Patrick

The German pirate station Radio Mystery 21 has been suffering interference
on 4700 kHz so today is being heard on new 4875 kHz. Fair signal at the
moment, at 1542 UT.
(Paul Watson-UK, via Patrick Travers-UK, BrDXC-UK Oct 6)

Re: 'Mystery 21' pirate stn testing on 4875 kHz.
Not bad propagation tonight in 60 mb. German pirate radio on
4874.994 kHz S=7 or -84dBm at 2140 UT, broadband music audio block.

4864.896 BRA  R Alvorada de Londrina, Tentat., S=4-5 poor 21.50 UT.

two Brazilians at 21.53 UT S=7 on 4885.003 and 4885.024 kHz.

UNID 4974.898 kHz string and
4985.009 kHz  ZYF-690  BRA R Brasil Central Goiana.
UNID march music 5135even kHz, S=7 at 22.00 UT on Oct 6.

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

ROMANIA   Sounds like a football match on 9500 kHz. (Andy Reid-CAN, wor)

9500 kHz 17.00-19.57 UT on Oct 8, RRI Galbeni, 300 kW. Romanian language,
football Match live coverage.

Iceland vv Romania national football soccer match
<https://www.kicker.de/4621571/ticker/island/rumaenien>

EM Qualification Play-off half final today Oct 8th

S=9+5dB in Austria and Bavaria,
S=9+35dB strength noted in western Europe.
(wb  df5sx, hcdx  wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 8)

RUSSIA   ... in Germany another Mystery stn noted, I think the Russian
Buzzer, 'Putin Mystery' on 4767.6 to 4773.6 kHz fq range visible and
listenable, some 22 peak strings visible, each 295 Hertz apart distance.
S=8-9 in western Europe.
(wb  df5sx, hcdx  wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 8)

SAUDI ARABIA  after the B-20 conference
new MOCI  ARS  shortwave requests in ITU/hfcc database.
Few wooden bookings / fakes, since decades seen each season ...

 6100 1800 2300 28S,39N             JED 250 340  25 216 Ara ARS
 6130 1500 1800 40                  JED 250 50  -25 216 Ara ARS
 7240 1500 1800 40                  RIY 500 40  -15 216 Fas ARS
 7240 2100 2300 28S,39N             JED 250 340   0 216 Ara ARS
 7410 0200 1200 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 7425 1900 2300 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 9455 0600 0900 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
 9555 1800 2300 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
 9580 0300 0600 38E,39,48W          JED  50 0     0 925 Ara ARS
 9580 1700 2200 38E,39,48W          JED  50 0     0 925 Ara ARS
 9640 1500 1800 23-26,30-35,40,42-45RIY 500 40  -15 216 Tur ARS
 9650 1400 1800 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 9655 1430 1730 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 9675 0300 0900 39S                 RIY 500 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 9675 0900 1500 39S                 RIY 500 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 9675 1800 2100 28S,39N             RIY 500 340   0 216 Tur ARS
 9695 1400 1600 40E,41NW            RIY 500 55    0 216 Pus ARS
 9720 1200 1500 39S,48              JED 250 150  15 216 Ara ARS
 9790 1400 1800 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 9800 0230 0530 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
 9835 0300 0600 40                  JED 250 60  -15 216 Pus ARS
 9840 1600 2100 47,52               JED 250 220   0 216 Eng ARS
 9860 1200 1500 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
 9870 1800 2300 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
 9885 1500 1800 23-26,30-35,40,42-45RIY 500 40  -15 216 Tur ARS
11710 0300 0600 30S,40,41N,42W      JED 250 60    0 216 Pus ARS
11730 0900 1200 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
11820 0600 0900 37,38               JED 250 300 -15 216 Ara ARS
11820 1800 2300 27,28,37N           RIY 500 320  25 216 Ara ARS
11855 0600 1700 38E,39,48NW         JED  50 0     0 925 Ara ARS
11915 1800 2300 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
11930 1800 2300 46-48               RIY 500 270 -25 216 Ara ARS
11935 0900 1200 39N                 RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
11970 0900 1200 37,38               JED 250 300 -15 216 Ara ARS
12025 0300 0400 28S,39N             JED 250 340  25 216 Ara ARS
13610 0600 1400 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
13650 0300 0600 28,39N              JED 250 340   0 216 Ara ARS
13660 0300 0600 40S,41              JED 250 75    0 216 Urd ARS
13710 1500 1800 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
13720 0700 0900 48E                 RIY 500 175   0 216 Som ARS
13720 1800 2300 39S,48              JED 250 160  25 216 Ara ARS
13775 1200 1500 41N                 RIY 500 70   15 216 Urd ARS
13780 0600 1100 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
13785 1200 1400 39S                 RIY 100 0     0 930 Ara ARS
13840 1500 1800 27,28,37N           JED 250 330  15 216 Eng ARS
15120 1200 1600 41E                 RIY 500 70   15 216 Urd ARS
15170 0300 0600 19-23,29-31,40      RIY 500 355   0 216 Ara ARS
15205 1600 1800 27,28,37N           RIY 500 320  25 216 Ara ARS
15220 0300 0500 48E                 RIY 500 175   0 216 Som ARS
15225 1500 1800 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
15250 0930 1230 46-48               RIY 500 250   0 216 Eng ARS
15285 0400 0700 48S,52E,53          RIY 500 190  15 216 Swh ARS
15380 0600 0900 39N                 RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
15380 1200 1400 39N                 RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
15385 1400 1600 27,28,37N           JED 250 310   0 216 Fra ARS
15435 1500 1800 27,28,37N           RIY 500 320  25 216 Ara ARS
15470 1000 1300 46-48               RIY 500 250   0 216 Eng ARS
15470 1600 1800 46-48               RIY 500 250   0 216 Bam ARS
15490 0900 1200 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
15575 1400 1600 40E,41NW            RIY 500 55    0 216 Pus ARS
15675 0600 0900 37,38               JED 250 300   0 216 Ara ARS
15790 0900 1200 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
17520 0900 1200 41,43-45,49,50      RIY 500 70   15 216 Ara ARS
17535 1200 1400 41,49,50,54         RIY 500 100 -15 216 Ara ARS
17550 1200 1500 41E                 RIY 500 70   15 216 Urd ARS
17560 1600 1800 46-48               RIY 500 270 -25 216 Ara ARS
17570 0900 1200 41,43-45,49,50      RIY 500 70   15 216 Ara ARS
17585 0900 1200 54                  RIY 500 100 -15 216 Ind ARS
17590 1200 1500 46-48               JED 250 255   0 216 Eng ARS
17600 1000 1300 47,48               JED 250 230   0 216 Eng ARS
17615 0900 1200 41,49,50,54         JED 250 110   0 216 Ara ARS
17615 0900 1200 41,49,50,54         RIY 500 100 -15 216 Ara ARS
17615 1300 1600 53                  RIY 500 190  15 216 Ara ARS
17625 1200 1400 41,49,50,54         RIY 500 100 -15 216 Ara ARS
17650 1600 1800 46-48               RIY 500 250   0 216 Bam ARS
17660 1400 1800 46,47               RIY 500 270   0 216 Fra ARS
17705 1200 1500 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
17710 1600 1800 46-48               RIY 500 250   0 216 Bam ARS
17730 0600 0900 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
17740 0600 0900 27,28,37N           RIY 250 310   0 216 Ara ARS
17760 0300 0500 48E                 RIY 500 175   0 216 Som ARS
17785 0800 1000 46,47               RIY 500 270   0 216 Fra ARS
17805 0900 1200 37,38               RIY 500 295 -15 216 Ara ARS
17820 1200 1500 41E                 RIY 500 70   15 216 Urd ARS
17885 1200 1400 41,49,50,54         RIY 500 100 -15 216 Ara ARS
17895 0300 0800 24-26,30-35,40,42-45RIY 500 40  -15 216 Ara ARS
17895 1200 1500 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
21460 1300 1600 53                  RIY 500 190  15 216 Ara ARS
21485 0900 1200 37,38               RIY 500 295 -15 216 Ara ARS
21495 0900 1200 41,43-45,49,50      RIY 500 70   15 216 Ara ARS
21505 1200 1500 37,38               RIY 500 295   0 216 Ara ARS
21530 1000 1300 37,38               JED 250 300   0 216 Eng ARS
21555 0900 1200 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
21600 0600 0900 40S,41              JED 250 75    0 216 Ara ARS
21600 1200 1400 41,49,50,54         RIY 500 100 -15 216 Ara ARS
21640 1200 1500 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
21650 0900 1200 40                  JED 250 50  -25 216 Fas ARS
21660 0800 1000 37,38               JED 250 300   0 216 Fra ARS
21660 1200 1500 41E                 RIY 500 70   15 216 Urd ARS
21665 0300 0600 42,43,44NW          RIY 500 55    0 216 Csl ARS
21670 0800 1000 46-48               JED 250 270   0 216 Fra ARS
21670 0900 1200 54                  RIY 500 100 -15 216 Ind ARS
21705 0900 1200 27,28,37N           RIY 500 310  15 216 Ara ARS
(MOCI / ARS Riyadh and Jeddah-ARS, 251020-280321, B-20 season)

TAIWAN   6140 kHz Chinese at 1240 UT.
6140 unID Man and Woman alternating talk in what sounds like Chinese.
No active stations listed here.
(Steven Wiseblood-TX-USA. wor Oct 6)

Hi Steven and Wolfie,
this from Aoki Nagoya's database, updated "October 6, 2020, 0900 UTC"
6140 kHz 1200-1300 UT  TWN  R.TAIWAN INTERNATIONAL  Amoy language from
Kouhu site daily, from Sept 21 to Oct 24.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct / wor Oct 6)

Re:  6140 kHz Chinese from Kouhu Taiwan site at 1240 UT.

{CHINA (?) } yes like Chinese program heard at 12.51, pip tone at 13.00 UT
TX switch off at 13.00:31 UT.
S=5 or 97dBm signal noted at remote VE6JY  SDR rx unit at Edmonton,
Alberta-CAN, via Kamchatka Peninsula, Alaska, British Columbia path into
Alberta.

Otherwise much stronger at Brisbane QSL and at Hiroshima remotedly
latter S=9+30dB powerful at 12.50 - 13.00 UT. Nothing requested yet on
6140 kHz in B-20 season at this hour. 73 wb df5sx

TAIWAN    Special Live Shortwave transmissions of Radio Taiwan
International Oct 10, the National Day of the Republic of China "Double
Tenth Day", or the day of Xinhai Revolution in 1911. Transmissions in
three languages

0110-0330 MW1557 KOU 250 kW 299 deg to EaAS   Chinese
0110-0330   9745 PAO 100 kW 225 deg to SoEaAS Chinese
0110-0330   9770 TSH 300 kW 352 deg to EaAS   Chinese
0110-0330  12025 KOU 100 kW 310 deg to EaAS   Chinese
0110-0330  15530 KOU 100 kW 310 deg to EaAS   Chinese
0110-0330  15465 PAO 300 kW 230 deg to SoEaAS Chinese
0200-0300  15750 PAO 100 kW 045 deg to JPN    Japanese
0200-0300  15665 PAO 100 kW 225 deg to SoEaAS English

And additional transmission of Radio Taiwan International
1200-1300  6140 KOU 300 kW 299 deg to SoEaAS Amoy, new.
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX Topnews Oct 8)

THAILAND   15590 kHz Radio Thailand Bangkok, via Ban Dung Udorn Thani USAM
relay site. English to NoAM at 0015 UT, a weak signal here. I tried many
KiwiSDRs in the U.S. and not a strong signal on any of those either
October 2020 - Australian DX News - 9 on this day.

At 0030 UT, the station changes beam direction from 6? to 38? degr for the
continuation of English to WeNoAM and reception was marginally better from
some of the US SDRs. However, the best reception was observed via HL3AMO's
KiwiSDR in Daejeon, South Korea! 2 Sept.
(Rob Wagner-Vic-AUS  VK3BVW, Oct ADXNews magazine of ARDXC, Oct 8)

USA   5050 kHz  WWRB Morrison, TN - Sept 20 at 0026 UT noted with anti
Halloween sermon in English. An excellent signal was heard.

5010 kHz  Family Radio via WRMI Okeechobee, FL state, Sept 19 at 2350 UT
noted with Christian teaching and music in Spanish. A good to fair signal
was heard.
(Eric Bueneman (N+UIH), IRCA DX Monitor, Oct 4.
Howell Island Conservation Area, Chesterfield MO, direct & wor)

USA   7505 kHz  WRNO, after being silent for some months now, heard again
Oct 6, at 0245 UT, with the "Maranatha Radio" program with Pastor Ray
Bentley; fair reception.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 6)

USA {non, rather Palau ? - non,
USAM RMS monitoring files show Orzu Tajikistan relay site from Oct 8 }
Test of Radio Free Asia in Vietnamese on shortwave, October 7:

from 1330 UT  9955 unknown USAGM tx site, very good via SDR Tambov Russia
from 1350 UT  9955 unknown USAGM tx site, Radio Free Asia, Channel Two &
from 1355 UT  9955 unknown USAGM tx site, This is RFA Vietnamese Service
from 1400 UT  9955 unknown USAGM tx site in Vietnamese, fair in Sofia BUL

Good signal via SDR Uglich, Russia and ZERO signal via SDR Hanoi, Vietnam
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 8)

Re: Test transmission of Radio Free Asia in Vietnamese on shortwave, Oct 7

Radio Free Asia Vietnamese Service off air at 1430 UT on 9955 kHz via
unknown tx site, tent. Dushanbe Orzu ?

How many 100 kW transmitters are available at former KHBN bcast site ?

... bcast station on northwestern Pacific to be rent
by USAM  RFA propaganda organization in future too ?

> PALAU   T8WH Firing Back Up ...

>Mr. Hauser: Just thought you would be interested to know that the former
>World Harvest Radio transmitters on the island of Palau are going to be
>resuming operations. The new brand will be Hope Radio and the first day
>of operation is planned to be November 1, 2020.

> PALAU   T8WH transmitters on the island of Palau are going to be
> resuming operations...
(via Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor Sept 28)

USA/- rather TAJIKISTAN   Quasi-real time audio clips are indeed archived
for several monitoring locations on "RMS Sounds". Parameters for 9955 kHz
recordings are as follows:

Recorded: 2020-10-09 14:02:51 UT,  Broadcaster: RFA Location: HCMC Saigon
Language: BURM Frequency: 9955 (AM) Relay Stn: DB
Should one assume Relay Stn "DB" means Dushanbe Orzu.
(Andrea Lawendel-ITA, wor Oct 9)

Re: Test transmission of Radio Free Asia in Vietnamese on shortwave, Oct 7
> Maybe the new owners of the Palau station is going to lease time to RFA

Hello dear Noel in Blackpool,
not yet the Palau site of 3 x 100 kW next to SoEastern Philippines in use,

b u t
thanks to Andy Lawendel-ITA  RMS observation database table entry

Dushanbe Orzu site in Tajikistan as USAM RFA relay site - instead :

12.30-13.30 UT RFA Burmese on 7530, 9350, and 9370 kHz,
13.30-14.30 UT RFA Burmese on 9955 kHz. all via Orzu Tajikistan relay.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 9)

VANUATU   3945 kHz  Radio Vanuatu, Emten Lagoon. Bislama talks and
discussions at 0735 UT, fair signal. The station's "accidental
international service" continues with uninhibited harmonics happily
radiating on 7890 kHz and 11835 kHz. The 25mb harmonic propagates quite
strongly at 0500 UT with its slowly swishing surge / fade / surge signal,
characteristic of propagation across this distance (3150 kms between the
txer and my Mt Evelyn rx). 3 / 4 Sept.
<https://youtu.be/mnAFr0IuFnw>
(Rob Wagner-Vic-AUS  VK3BVW, Oct ADXNews magazine of ARDXC, Oct 8)

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

Log October 2nd, 21.58-22.20 UT.

7489.993 USA  WBCQ noted S=9+10dB signal in NY and MA at 21.59 UT,
         station ID given exact at 22.00 UT.
9330even USA  WBCQ the 500 / 250 kW Ampegon unit, S=9 at 22.03 UT.
         But in Portuguese of WLC broadcast.
5130.011 USA  WBCQ tiny, likely only exciter warm up, S=4 at 22.06 UT.
         Nothing noted of WBCQ 3265, nor 6160 kHz.

6184.972 MEX  XEPPM R Educacion Mexico D.F. S=5-6 poor at 22.10 UT.
6179.997 BRA  R Nacional da Amazonia, some few Hertz on lower sideband,
         S=9 -78dBm, Portuguese talk program, at 22.13 UT on Oct 2nd.
6135.090 BRA  R Aparecida, poor Portuguese signal S=5-6, at 22.15 UT.
6115.001 USA  WWCR Nashville TN, rent by TOM BS roarer sermon,
         S=9+35dB at 22.17 UT.
         SELDOM SEEN 30 kHz wideband signal from 6098 kHz upwards !
5945even ROU  RRI Galbeni, English sce, S=8-9, Romanian local pop mx
         program played, at 22.22 UT on Oct 2nd.
5939.467 BRA  much lower band Brazilian Voz Missionaria, S=5 at 22.27 UT

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 2)

Oct 3rd log at 21.45 to 22.28 UT on remote SDR rx at
Brisbane Queensland, Australia.

11835even VUT  Radio Vanuatu, Port Vila, hx of fundamental 3945 kHz,
          program in Vernacular Bis, S=9+10dB in Brisbane. 21.45 UT Oct 3
11944.975 MRA  Odd fq of USAGM Korean sce via Saipan, Agingan Point,
          S=7-8 at 21.55 UT.
11750.005 USA tentativelly, poor S=5-6 signal string visible,
          likely WHRI Cypress Creek, South Carolina, bcast center
          across the Pacific Ocean, at 22.03 UT on Oct 3rd.
          Similar strength of CUB  RHC Bauta on 11760 kHz also listenable
11865.003 KRE  Voice of Korea via Kujang, Japanese sce, army mens chorus
          at 2207 UT S=7 in peaks into Queensland, northeastern Australia
11874.995 GUM  KSDA AWR Facpi Point Agat Guam, Mandarin Chinese sce,
          S=8 in Brisbane, 22.08 UT on Oct 3rd.
11954.996 GUM  KSDA AWR Facpi Point Agat Guam, Indonesian sce 22-23 UT,
          S=7-8 sidelobe into Brisbane Queensland, 22.10 UT on Oct 3rd.
12040.011 GUM  KSDA AWR Facpi Point Agat Guam, Sundanese sce Indonesia,
          S=7-8 in Brisbane, at 22.11 UT on Oct 3rd.
13630even MLI  CRI Bamako Mali African sce across the Indian Ocean,
          rather BrasPortuguese(!) language noted so far, 2218 UT Oct 3rd,
          S=8-9 signal strength in Queensland Perseus SDR rx.
13759.987 KRE  Voice of Korea via Kujang, Spanish sce, at 22.20 UT,
          S=8 signal into Queensland, NorthEastern Australia.
13840.010 NZL  RNZdomestic relay Rangitaiki, S=9+20dB proper signal from
          NZL, AM mode scheduled 20.59 til 04.58 UT,
          at 22.28 UT on Oct 3rd.

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

PALAU  ?   No  USAM  RFA  TEST transmission  observed today on Oct 9
at 12.15 UT, in remote SDR rxs at Hiroshima and Tokyo Japan.

9955even USA  only tiny S=1-2 or 119dBm little signal heard in Japan
         at this time span, in Far East Asia location. WRMI Florida.

9979.994 USA  Tentat. WWCR Nashville TN, S=1 or -123dBm poor signal,
         at 12.17 UT on Oct 9.

9975even GUM  KTWR Agana Merizo noted in Japan S=4 or -101dBm tiny,
         12.19 UT

9970even CHN  CNR1 domestic national program as jamming bcast against
         SOH TWN at 12.20 UT on Oct 9.

9930even not T8BZ Medorn Palau.
         B u t  KVOM  Tashkent UZB, veiled western intelligence radio
         program sce organization 'Voice of Martyrs' against P5-land
         D.P.R., in Korean language.
         S=9 or -83dBm in Japan at 12.21 UT on Oct 9.

9919.978 PHL  FEBC Manila via Iba bcast site, VTN mountainers Jarai
         language sce, at 12.24 UT on Oct 9. And Vietnamese origin
         'whistling buoy' sound jammer against FEBC broadcasts for
         evangile Hill Tribe people in VTN - LAO mountains.  S=8-9.

9910even GUM  KTWR Agana Marizo S=5 only, at 12.26 UT, southerly curtain
         azimuth of 290 degrees to South Asia, Assamese language.

9894.997 GUM  KSDA AWR Agat Facpi in Korean language, S=4-5 at 12.27 UT..

9885even CHN  CNR1 domestic national program as jamming bcast gainst
         RTI TWN Tamshui - in Mandarin language, 12.28 UT on Oct 9.
         S=9+5dB in Japan.

9875.024 GUM  KSDA AWR Agat Facpi in Mandarin language on Fridays,
         not strong S=5-6 at 12.32 UT.

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

PALAU  {tentat.}  Test transmission of Voice of Martyrs via T8WH Angel 5
on October 8

1200-1230  9930 HBN 100 kW  345 deg to NoEaAS Korean, very good signal
via remote Kiwi-Net SDR Tambov.
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 8)

Today October 8 test via Palau is from 1200 on 9930 with Korean religious
program. Very good signal via SDR Tambov Russia remote rx.
Maybe the new owners of the Palau station is going to lease time to RFA
and they are checking the coverage?

9930 kHz 1200-1230 is Voice of Martyrs in Korean on Oct 9
9955 kHz 1330-1430 is Radio Free Asia in Burmese on Oct 9   see Orzu-TJK
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, hcdx & wor via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 9)

re 9955 kHz SW channel in 31 mb.
There is no QRM of WRMI co-channel between Kamchatka and South East Asia
from Okeechobee - under threshold level noted yesterday,

due of 160 degrees antenna azimuth
out of Florida state towards Antilles, Suriname, Guyana, Eastern Brazil
and Eastern Argentina.

Maybe this 9955 kHz  T E S T  usage - ? out of Palau - or Orzu-Tajikistan?
is exchanged by using 9965 or 9920 kHz - for example?
finally on B-20 season from Oct 25, 2020.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)     see also USA-TAJIKISTAN above.

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Was gab es als erstes?  LW, MW, UKW

Weitverbindungen in CW wurden zuerst auf Langwelle (besser noch:
Laengstwelle) gemacht, d.h. unter 25 kHz. Die Sendeanlage von SAQ in
Grimeton in Schweden gibt es noch, sie steht heute unter Denkmalschutz,
gelegentlich wird auf Laengstwelle 17,2 kHz gesendet.

Spaeter kam fuer Rundfunkuebertragungen der MW-Bereich dazu, tendentiell
eher der niederfrequente Bereich. Kurzwelle ab 2 oder 3 MHz wurde als
praktisch wertlos erachtet und den Amateuren zur Nutzung ueberlassen.

Bis sich herausstellte, dass dieser Bereich doch nicht nutzlos ist.
(Martin Elbe-D, A-DX newsgroup Jan 02, 2006)

Hallo, ... und UKW_Radio gabs erst nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg,
aber vorher wurde der Bereich mW. fuer Panzerfunk benutzt, ab wann
(ob etwa auch schon im 1. Weltkrieg) ist mir nicht klar.
Wo sind hier die Chef-Historiker, die mehr wissen ?
Beste Wuensche, Tom (A-DX newsgroup Jan 02, 2006)

Aus Hans Rindfleisch, "Technik im Rundfunk" 1985y:

UIT Konferenz Kairo im Jahr 1938y:
"Fuer den in der Entwicklung befindlichen Fernsehrundfunk wurde der
Bereich 40.5 bis 56 MHz vorgesehen".

WARC Atlantic City in 1947 (ohne Deutschland):
Zuteilung der Meter und Dezimeterwellen. Die bekannten fuenf Baender.
Band 1:   41-68 MHz.
Band 2:   87.5-100 MHz [Abstand noch 300 kHz, spaeter 100 kHz].
Band 3:   174-216 MHz [bis 230 MHz in 1979],
Band 4/5: 470-790 MHz.

WARC Genf in 1959 bis 40 GHz [Satelliten bis 86 GHz],
Rundfunk 11.7 bis 12.7 GHz.

WARC Genf in 1979 Erweiterung Bereich 2 bis 108 MHz (ab 1.1.1996),
ist gar nicht so lange her. Vorherige Nutzung 100-108 MHz war nur durch
gegenseitige Abstimmung der Verwaltungen moeglich.

Tonrundfunk auf UKW gab es erst ab 1948 in D.
Fernsehen dagegen schon in 1932:
Reichspost Fernsehsendungen von Telefunken 16 kW auf 42.8 MHz =3D 7 mb,
bei 90 Zeilen.

Ab 1938 die 441 Zeilen Norm: 2x10 kW auf 47.8 / 45 MHz Ton.

Andere Sender standen damals schon auf dem Brocken und dem
Grossen Feldberg im Taunus.
Fahrbarer FS-Sender der Reichspost auf 12 grossen LKW im Jahr 1935 auf dem
Brocken zu Messzwecken stationiert. 10 kW, 5,7 mb.
Anschliessend gleiches Versuchsprogramm vom Grossen Feldberg im Taunus.
Danach wurden noch zwei weitere baugleiche 10 kW FS Sender auf LKW
aufgebaut.

Diese Sender wurden ab Herbst 1940 abgebaut, und zu militaerischen Zwecken
genutzt, fuer Funk-Navigation, Radar, Fernlenkung, und Sprechfunk.
Zu Kriegsende 1945 waren noch 11 FS Sender dieser Ordnung betriebsbereit.
Einer dieser fahrbaren Sender ging als Reparation nach England.

Auch die (Ton-)Weihnachtskonzerte 1942ff. wurden von Kreta ueber Sizilien,
Appenin Gebirge in Zentral Italien, ... Innsbruck, Zugspitze, Muenchen
[Abzweig mit Breitbandkabel Wien ueber Salzburg-Berchtesgaden-
Hohensalzberg], Hohenstadt-Ulm, Stuttgart, Heidelberg Koenigstuhl,
Feldberg, Vogelsberg, ... Brocken, bis nach Narvik in Norwegen schon
richtfunkmaessig aufgebaut.

Erste offizielle regelmaessige UKW Sendung ueber den BR Muenchen am
28.02.1949, danach NWDR Hannover. 15.10.1950 in Mauerstr. Berlin-DDR und
Mai 1951 auf dem Brocken, 250 Watt.

In 1950y auch Koeln, Wendelstein, Wuerzburg, und Feldberg-Ts., insgesamt
30 Sender in Westdeutschland und West-Berlin.
Planungsstart Stereo ab Maerz 1963.
Verkehrsfunk-Kennung ab Juni 1974, in OE ab 01.03.1976.

FS Uebertragungstechnik ab 1954/55 Gartow (Elbe) nach West Berlin ueber
140 km Distanz im Meterwellenbereich, 18 Meter Parabolantennen.
Farb-FS ab August 1967 auf der Funkausstellung in Berlin.
(wb, A-DX newsgroup Jan 02, 2006)

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