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compiled by Wolfgang Büschel, Germany

BC-DX 1508                                                  18 June 2022

ANTARCTICA [NON !]  corrected version:

Tuesday 21 June, 2132-2200 UTC.
BBC World Service annual mid-winter broadcast to Antarctica for British
Antarctic Survey staff working on midwinter's day in Antarctica.

The British Antarctic Survey's Midwinter broadcast to staff based in
Antarctica will be going ahead as usual on {Tuesday} 21 June.

Frequencies unconfirmed as we go to press, last year's broadcast was
carried from 2130-2200 UT on 6035-dha 6170-asc 7305-wof and 9505-wof.

A slightly shorter version is likely to be aired from 2132-2200 UT on some
BBCWS streams including via DAB in the UK. The only regular BBCWS English
SW frequencies on the air at this time are 11810-wof and 12095-asc to West
Africa but it's not currently shown in the WS schedule to Africa.

In an email to Alan Pennington on 26 April, Emily Neville, Communications
and Engagement Manager with the British Antarctic Survey confirms that the
broadcast will go ahead this year. Richard Hollingham at Boffin Media who
produce the show also confirmed there will be a broadcast again. Details
will be circulated on the BrDXC-News U.K. list as soon as we have them.

If you are not yet subscribed to the BDXC-News list send an email to
<bdxc-news-subscribe -at- groups.io>
(BrDXC-UK Communication PDF magazine June 2022, direct June 6; wor too)

mail letter to ENC engineer at Woofferton site in England:

Dear Dave Passey M0MYA,

do you know the actual ENC  WOF frequencies taken on Tuesday June 21
at 21.30-22.00 GMT - single day BBC London operation towards Antarctic
area ?  thanks in beforehand,
vy73 de Wolfy   df5sx   JN48OR  (via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 10)

From engineers at Encompass, Woofferton England in the UK:
Scheduled ENC Woofferton frequencies available ?

Hi Wolfy,
Apologies for the delay, this is my first day back ....  xxxx.
The frequencies won't be finalised until after the test transmissions, but
the latter have now been scheduled. They will be on air

!>>  tomorrow Tuesday 14 June 2022 and
              Friday  17 June 2022, at 2130-2145 UTC.
ASC    7305 kHz
DHA    6035 kHz
WOF    9505 kHz and 12065 kHz.  Hope that helps!
73 de Dave {Passey M0MYA}, Monday, June 13. (via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews)

ASCENSION ISL / UAE / U.K.  BBC WS test transmission on June 14.  Hi al,
ASC  7305  55544
DHA  6035  32233
WOF  9505  55555 (ground wave)
WOF 12065  45444 (ground wave)
Yaesu FRG 7700 RX into a 80m Carolina Windom 30 feet up (last few metres
bent around and sloping downwards!)
(Vince Shirley G0ORC, BrDXC-UK iogroups June 14)

Re: Scheduled ENC Woofferton frequencies available June 14 tests.
And the transmitter cut at 21:45 UT, so nothing special regarding the
upcoming "real" BBC Antarctic program next week, June 21.

At exactly 21:30:00 UT, 12065 kHz from ENC Woofferton came on at good
level with BBC news. No announcement as to the purpose of the test.
I wasn't expecting to hear 7305 or 6035 kHz, and sure enough, not a trace
from my Masset KiwiSDR. A lot of summer static noted across the bands ...
at least I hope it's nothing local!
(Walt Salmaniw-BC-CAN, wor June 14 - 15)

Re:  BBC Antarctic Mid-Winter broadcast test frequencies.

Reception in Marham, Norfolk, showed considerable variation with only
7305kHz being easy to hear. I rotated the frequencies between a
Tecsun PL-660 and an XHData on the same external long wire, a DX-R8 on a
discone and an ATS-803A on a loft random length wire with no marked
difference. 7305 kHz 444; 6035 kHz 231; 9505 kHz 333 and 12065 kHz 131.
(Paul Dixon-U.K., BrDXC-UK iogroups June 14)

Second test transmission for BBC Antarctic Special

Hello All,
There is to be a second set of test transmissions for the BBC Antarctic
special on Tuesday June 21. The will take place tomorrow (Friday 17 June
2022) at 2130-2145 UT. The frequencies are the same as they were on
previous Tuesday June 14:

ASC    7305 kHz
DHA    6035 kHz
WOF    9505 kHz and 12065 kHz.
Thanks Dave M0MYA, ENC engineer at Woofferton, England broadcast center.
73, de Dave {Passey M0MYA}, Monday, June 16. (via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews)

Re: Scheduled ENC Woofferton frequencies available June 14 tests.

Yes, they never make special announcements during the test transmissions;
they just air whatever is currently going out on the BBC WS.
Here in N_B-CAN, the best signal was 12065 kHz, which was quite good, even
excellent, followed by 9505 kHz a bit weaker and 7305 kHz even weaker but
quite readable. No noticeable QRM. But some 10 or 20 minutes after the end
of the test, there was some digital utility QRM on 12065 kHz. 6035 kHz was
not heard.
(Richard Langley-NB-USA, wor June 15)

ASCENSION ISL / UAE / U.K.  Second test transmission for BBC Antarctic
Special today on Friday June 17 noted as follows:

hfcc.org database entry of ENC test special June 14, June 17 and hopefully
Tuesday final June 21 transmission read as follows

 6035 2130 2145 67,73  DHA  250 203  0 216 3  Eng UAE BBC ENC 5049  ESPR4
 7305 2130 2145 67,73  ASC  250  27  0 607 3  Eng G   BBC ENC 5053  ESPR4
 9505 2130 2145 67,73  WOF  300 182 12 618 3  Eng G   BBC ENC 5059  ESPR4
12065 2130 2145 67,73  WOF  300 182 12 618 3  Eng G   BBC ENC 5065  ESPR4

Final BBC Antarctic special scheduled next Tuesday June 21, at 2130-2200UT

Another test transmission tomorrow Friday 17 June at 21.30-21.45 UT,
15 mins duration.

Thanks Dave M0MYA, ENC engineer at Woofferton, England broadcast center.

Test transmisssion outlets checked on various remote SDR's at Sao Paulo
Brazil by Rudolfo Grimm;
at Johannesbourg of TWR South Africa bureau SDR;
at New York state east coast of USA;
and at Athens Greece in southern Europe.

                                    BRA           RSA         NY-US
 6035 kHz UAE Al Dhabbaya ENC relay S=7 -85dBm    S=7 -84dBm  S=3 -112dBm
 7305 kHz ASC Ascension   ENC relay S=9+15 -62dBm S=6 -88dBm  S=7 -84dBm
 9505 kHz WOF Woofferton  ENC site  S=8 -83dBm    S=6 -90dBm  S=6 -92dBm
12065 kHz WOF Woofferton  ENC site  S=9+10 -71dBm S=6 -88dBm  S=9 -76dBm

Compared to previous season years, reception in Johannesbourg RSA
was much limited down, except the balcony Ascension Island nearby signal.

In the overall view of the test transmissions, I was very surprised to
observe the negative transmission strength signal in the 31 metre band in
Brazil as well as in South Africa targets.

The same technical parameters were used on 9505 kHz as on 12065 kHz to-
night from Woofferton England site, see hfcc.org database entries.

wb to dp (Dave Passey M0MYA):
Dave, what's going on with the WOF antenna on 9505 kHz channel tonight?
Only sunspots/propagation matter ?

7305 and 12065 kHz channels will provide the best signal on Tuesday
in British Antarctica target.

73 wb  df5sx  JN48OR
(via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 17)

{U.K.}  12065 kHz  via ENC Woofferton, 2130z, June 14, poor signal (S-3 to
S-5) for the test transmission for the Antarctic mid winter broadcast
scheduled for June 21. The lower test frequency from Woofferton (9505 kHz)
was not audible here in central Texas with the full daylight path and the
frequencies from ASC (7305 kHz) and DHA (6035 kHz) would also be too low
to propagate at this time of day.

However all three sites to Antarctica are full darkness. Central Texas is
112deg off the beam from Woofferton which is using an array #618 EHRS
4/4/1.0 aimed at 182degr (170 + 12 of slew).

The actual azimuth from Woofferton to the Halley VI research station is
187degr. What's puzzling to me is that there should be no one there. Press
reports seem to suggest that the Halley VI research station is unmanned in
the Southern winter.
(Jerry Lenamon-TX-USA, naswa iog June 16))

AUSTRALIA   15409.991 kHz  RBA Kununurra in Japanese sce 22.30-23.00 UT,
but not in Japanese language, rather total English sce talk, annmt at
22.58 UT on June 13, S=9+15dB into Tokyo-JPN remote SDR unit.

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

AUSTRALIA   12010 kHz  Reach Beyond Australia via Kununnurra, June 6.
"Message of Hope" program from studio in Kathmandu, Nepal, nice signal
1135 UT with OM preaching in Nepalese with strains of mx in background.

Sometimes with echo, like in a hall or temple. This is sked on Mondays
and Fridays only. Signed off early, -1158* UT after full IDs in English
(in Nepalese anmts, said "Message of Hope" several times) by OM, contact
info and then RBA canned IDs.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052, June 12)

12009.952 kHz heard at S=9+10dB signal level in Delhi, India, at 11.28 UT
on June 18. hfcc.org request database shows Nepalese on Mons/Fris only,
remaining bc days Dzongkha / Zongkhar service to Bhutan instead, wb.

AUSTRIA   Der OE1 Service hat auf Anfrage eines Hoerers am 10. Mai 2022
den Stellenwert der Kurzwelle fuer den Oesterreichischen Rundfunk wie
folgt erlaeutert:

Die Ausweitung des Kurzwellenangebotes richtet sich in erster Linie an
Auslandsoesterreicher/innen und alle Deutschsprechenden im Ausland.

Des Weiteren ist ein Segment des "OE1 Mittagsjournal" in englischer
Sprache gehalten, die somit auch ein internationaleres Publikum ansprechen
kann. Die Erhaltung und der Ausbau eines Nachrichtenkanals auf Kurzwelle
ist OE1 also sehr wichtig, aber der ORF widmet sich in seiner Digita-
lisierungsoffensive mit dem alle Sender umfassenden ORF-Player auch einem
verstaerkten online Angebot, um so alle Zielgruppen erreichen zu koennen.

Ausserdem stehen via Kurzwelle die OE1-Radio-Journale auch dann noch zur
Verfuegung, wenn lokale Mobilfunknetze und sonstige mediale Infra-
strukturen nicht mehr funktionieren, weshalb eine weitere Erhaltung eines
sicheren Kurzwellenangebotes uns sehr wichtig ist.
('Wellenjagd' Berliner Empfangsamateure Berlin, via wwdxc June 16)

AUSTRIA    Glenn Hauser recognized this as the Radio Andorra revival
special via ORS Moosbrunn Austria:

13730 kHz  UNIDENTIFIED. 2312 UT on June 4 in French. 30's / 40's ballads
in French w/ male announcer, 2322 UT "Toot toot tootsie don't' cry" - Al
Jolson, OM w/ talk for a while including several mentions of Canada,
Reggae version of "All the lonely people" ... tuned back in at 2342 UT and
program had retuened 50's style OM ballads in French with OM announcer
between song giving fairly long talks apparently about the music,
0057 UT "Whirley Bird" - Count Basie, ann. interrupts song, says a few
words then starts a fanfare, Off 0000 UT. No ID heard. Unable to find
listing of a station on at this time which would fit this format and
without an ID at sign off. Fair - good.
(Mark Taylor, Madison-WI-USA, Naswa Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

AUSTRIA   Radio in French via ORS Moosbrunn-AUT relay.

Hello, - Next transmision from Radio Andorra will be on July 2nd at
1700-1900 UT on 6180 kHz still from ORS Moosbrunn Austria. It will be an
"Hit Parade" presented in French.
(Christian Ghibaudo-Nice-F, BrDXC-UK iogroups June 13)

AUSTRIA/GERMANY  [RUSSIA - TARGET]    Radio Pravda dlja Rossii - schedule

<hf-transmitter -at- web.de>  -at- Radio22_HF posts on Twitter 14 June:

"Due listeners feedback and summer propagations on HF we increase our
schedule on 13600 kHz (high power) and cancel 6070 kHz for the moment.
Please take note off the attached broadcast schedule."

The schedule chart shows:
 9670 kHz Wednesday and Friday at 0500 UTC (low power) [viaCh292 Germany]

13600 kHz Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 1500 UTC (high power)
[via ORS Moosbrunn, Austria, 100 kW at 55 degrees azimuth to zones 29 and
30, via ITU antenna #218 dipol curtain array, wb.]

and email  <radioprawda -at- outlook.com>  (note spelling)
73, Alan Pennington-UK, BrDXC-UK June 14.

Full schedule per -at-Radio22_HF on Twitter today:

0500 UTC  9670 kHz (Mon Wed Fri)    (low power,   10 kW)
1500 UTC 13600 kHz (Tues Thurs Sat) (high power, 100 kW)
1900 UTC  6070 and 9670 kHz (Tues Thurs Sat Sun) (low power 10 kW)
(only 40 minute programmes re DARC post below?)
(73, Alan Pennington-UK, BrDXC-UK June 12)

DARC on F_B says this about the station:

"Uncensored radio for Russia.
New short wave program for Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

Under the name "Radio Prawda dlja Rossii" started on the 09th April 2022 a
new radio program specially for Russia. The targets of the broadcast are
serious and uncensored reporting as well as unfiltered news for the
Russian population.

Due to the increasing state censorship and administrative restrictions on
the Internet as well as the satellite broadcasts in reporting about
Russia, this program will be broadcasted again on short-term. It is avai-
lable nationwide throughout Eastern Europe and Siberia.

This program was founded by engineers and journalists in collaboration
with radio stations, which in part come from Russia and Ukraine. The
journalists already have years of experience in renowned public broad-
casting agencies.

That's about. The 40-minute program in the journal format is produced
voluntarily in the spare time and is funded entirely from private dona-
tions. Although the first test broadcasts were only aired with low
broadcast performance and were little known so far, the editorial office
received a large number of feedback from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

The desire was expressed to continue the broadcasts and please repeat it
several times. The radio station considers this as a clear signal for the
need for such uncensored news."
73, Alan Pennington-UK, BrDXC-UK June 12)

Adress-Info from Radio DARC for radio prawda:

Twitter <-at-Radio22_HF>
email:  <radioprawda -at- outlook.com>
(Paul Gager-AUT, BrDXC-UK June 12)

AUSTRIA    VORW Radio Int'l / via Channel 292 Ingolstadt Waal Germany
brokery / via ORS Moosbrunn-AUT bcast relay site.

hfcc.org database request entry
9670 kHz 1600-1700 UT to ITU zones 29, 30  MOS  100kW  55degr azimuth
via curtain #218 dipole antenna array. 6=Fris only. 290422-291022
English  AUT  C29  ORS  request #4868.

An interesting music program has recently appeared on the air on Channel
292 on Fridays via the Austrian transmitter ORS Moosbrunn on the frequency
9670 kHz from 16 to 17 hours UTC - 100 kW with good quality is heard in
many countries of the world. Program host John Jurasek accepts music
requests from radio listeners and includes them in the program. John
kindly answered the question about station-ID in pure Russian at the
beginning of the program:

"... At the beginning of each broadcast - it is my intention to air a
Station Identification in Russian as a token of appreciation for my liste-
ners in Russia !  Originally a Russian speaking listener in the United
States had recorded a Station Identification in Russian but several months
ago I heard from a kind listener (his name is Artem) in Russia who let me
know there were some grammatical issues with the original ID, he explained
that he works professionally as a translator and it would be his pleasure
to rerecord the ID for my broadcast. That is how the Station Identifica-
tion at the start of the program came to be ! ..."  Blog:


(Konstantin Barsenkov, St. Petersburg-RUS, rusdxplus & deneb-radio-dx, via
RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

BRAZIL   At 22.16 UT June 15 nothing noted on 6180v kHz which is empty
in western Europe, but Radio Nacional da Amazonia, Brasilia was instead in
BrasPort on
11780.007 kHz poor S=5-6 in central EUR.

11815.023 kHz R Bras Central, S=5 poor at 21.27 UT.

11895.271 kHz R Legiao da Boa Vontade, BrasPort at 21.29 UT, poor S=4

15189.949 kHz poor S=4 signal of Radio Inconfidencia at 22.02 UT.

9550.088 kHz R Boa Verdad, poor S=3-4 under threshold at 20.58 UT

Glenn, your jumping Brazilian Hobby favorite station from
Radio Voz Missionaria is now on its way much upwards, at 21.03 UT measured

9669.490 ... .510 kHz - shift some 20 Hertz up and down.
S=7-8 at 22.40 UT on
9669.492 kHz settled here around.

9818.855 kHz R 9 de Julho, Sao Paulo SP, poor S=4 signal,
9820even QRM of co-channel CNR2 from Xianyang RTC #594 bcast center

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 15)

BRAZIL   6180 kHz  Radio Nacional da Amazonia, Brasilia, 2031-2046 UT on
13 June, Portuguese, comments, Brazilian songs. // 11780 kHz, 25322.

9550.1 kHz  Radio Boa Vontade, Porto Alegre, 2021-2027 UT, 13 June, Por-
tuguese, religious comments. 15321.

9818.8 kHz  Radio 9 de Julho, Sao Paulo, 2014-2033 UT on 13 June, reli-
gious comments, Portuguese. 14321.

11815 kHz  Radio Brasil Central, Goiania, 0905-0937 UT on June 14, Bra-
zilian songs, id. "Radio Brasil Central", program "Brasil Sertanejo".
35433. Also heard at unusually early time 0403-0445 UT, June 15, Brazilian
songs, program "Madrugada Musical".Strong signal. 45444.

11895.3 kHz  Radio Boa Vontade, Porto Alegre, 2035-2050 UT on June 13, re-
ligious comments, Portuguese. // 9550.1 kHz  13421.

15189.9 kHz  Radio Inconfidencia, Belo Horizonte, 1957-2029 UT on June 14,
comments, id. "Rede Inconfidencia de Radio", at 2001 UT program "A Hora do
Fazendeiro". 25322.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, BrDXC-UK iogroups June 15)

CUBA   13680 kHz  Monday June 13, at 2015-2025 UT, Radio Habana Cuba via
Bauta-CUB site, in Portuguese. Woman and man communication; 2020 UT Brief
music and returns news. Poor reception: 35422.
(Jose Ronaldo Xavier-PA-BRA, HI22NX, hcdx June 13)

Seemingly A-22 season European sce moved from 15370 to 13680 kHz channel.
Bauta TX #1, 100 kW from Bauta site at 40 degrees azimuth,
(10 degr plus 30degr slewed antenna. RHC antenna #2 towards Europe).
1930 Fr, 2000 Por, 2030 Ar, 2100-2300 Sp.

Bauta A-2 antenna 10degr +30degr slewed azimuth.
1930-2000 13680 BAU 100   40 WeEu French     Europe  ex15370
2000-2030 13680 BAU 100   40 WeEu Portuguese Europe  ex15370
2030-2100 13680 BAU 100   40 WeEu Arabic     Europe  ex15370
2100-2300 13680 BAU 100   40 WeEu Spanish    Europe  ex15370

The RHC Bauta broadcast destined for EUR/North Africa on 13680 kHz
in the A-22 season suffers tonight from an VERY STRONG OTHR-like signal
{or HAARP Alaska outlet ?}, on frequencies between 13678 and 13701 kHz
fq range on the upper side band flank. At 21.10 UT on June 16.
Reception in lower sideband 13675 to 13680 kHz recommended.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 13 - 16)

CUBA   Cuban radio this June 16 morning log:
5024.996  R Rebelde, Bauta, S=9 in Spanish at 05.45 UT
5039.999  RHC Bauta, S=9 in Spanish  at 05.46 UT
6000even  RHC Quivican, S=9+20dB English at 05.48 UT
         close-down after 06.00 UT varying TX off time.
6060even  RHC Bauta, S=7 English at 05.56 UT, weakast signal
6165even  RHC Bauta, S=9+10dB in En 05.58 UT.

not 6100 kHz, but 9700.007 kHz Bauta instead, S=9+10dB En

5980, 6030, 9805 kHz 6 kHz broad wideband scratch jamming
of Cuban secret service command organization
against R Marti opposite radio outlets of US AGM,
jamming also on // 11845 and 11930 kHz.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 16)

CUBA   Jamming-against-nothing survey, June 16 at 0636+ UT:
11930, 11860, 11845, 9965, 9955-under-RMI, 9805, 9565, 7335, 6030 kHz,

DentroCuban Jamming Command incompetently wasting kountless kilowatts;
but anyCommie hearing all that noise may gain a false sense of security:
I'm protected!!
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 16)

CUBA   11850, June 10 at 0433 UT, RHC Spanish, S=9+30/40dB but very sup-
torted. This transmitter always flanked by plus/minus 10 kHz spur
carriers on 11840 & 11860, but now with supersignal fundamental, also
detect further multiples of JBA spurs on: 11830 & 11870; and even
weaker, 11820 & 11880. Something's always wrong at RHC.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 10)

CUBA [and non]  9790, June 10 at 0438 UT, S=9+35/50dB of dead air except
for some hum, atop French direct from RFI, which surges when Cuba fades.
9790 kHz is the CRI relay supposed to be in Cantonese 04-05 after English
03-04 UT. Total failure! Something's always wrong at RadioCuba.
Even worse, 9790 kHz can be left on past 0600 UT as recently.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 10)

CUBA   6165 kHz, June 10 at 0443 UT, RHC in wrong language, Spanish in-
stead of English, leaving only 6000 kHz for that. Something's always wrong
at RHC.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 10)

FRANCE  {to Ethiopia}  11570 kHz CLANDESTINE radio service 'Dimtse Woyane'
via TDF Issoudun, at 0402-0458* UT on June 9 a man announcer with the news
in the listed Tigrinya language with several remote reports. Into a dis-
cussions and log talks. A clapping man lead chanting at 0456 UT before
instrumental music. Carrier cut while another man was talking. Fair to
good signal with jamming in the background.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

GERMANY   Die Funkerbergboerse ist zurueck! Nach einer coronabedingten
Zwangspause ging es am 12. Juni 2022 in Koenigs Wusterhausen rund um das
Senderhaus 3 auf dem Funkerberg wieder lebendig zu. Empfangsamateure,
Funkamateure und Radiosammler kamen voll auf ihre Kosten. Eine Auktion
sorgte fuer zusaetzliche Spannung.
('Wellenjagd' Berliner Empfangsamateure Berlin, via wwdxc June 16)

Es hat sich was getan auf DAB+ in Berlin: Der Frauen-Sender
'Femotion Radio' hat sich verabschiedet, Brillux Radio, der Sender fuer
Bauunternehmen und Heimwerker des Farbherstellers Brillux, ist da.
('Wellenjagd' Berliner Empfangsamateure Berlin, via wwdxc June 16)

Rueckkehr nach Europa mit sensationeller Ausstattung:
Eton praesentiert neuen Weltempfaenger mit DAB+ Modus.

ELITE SATELLITE coming soon in 2022.

Die Neuauflage des Eton E1 wurde schon mehrfach angekuendigt, aber immer
wieder verschoben. Wie uns die Geschaeftsleitung des US-Unternehmens im
kalifornischen Palo Alto jetzt auf Anfrage mitteilte, wird der Eton Elite
Satellit HD zunaechst im Juli auf dem US-amerikanischen Markt eingefuehrt

Anschliessend soll eine Europa-Version mit DAB+ ausgeliefert werden, die
im September auf der IFA in Berlin praesentiert werden soll.

Wer sagt da noch, dass es auf der IFA fuer Radiofreunde nichts Neues zu
entdecken gebe?

Auf zum Stand der Eton Corporation auf der IFA vom 2.-6. September 2022
in Berlin !

<berliner.empfangsamateure -at- gmail.com>
'Wellenjagd' Berliner Empfangsamateure Berlin, via wwdxc June 16)

GREECE/CHINA   Checked the 9420 kHz channel this Tuesday June 14:

9420.002 kHz strongest signal here in western Europe, S=9+15dB Greek folk
music from Avlis site observed at 13.05 and 14.15 UT June 14 check.

But underneath two(!) China mainland bcast outlets noted in
Athens, Delhi, Hiroshima, and Tokyo Japan SDR locations in Perseus net,

9420.000 even CNR6 Beijing #491 bcast site; in Mandarin // 6165 kHz,
best in Tokyo Japan target

and also

9419.999 kHz  CNR13 Uyghur outlet of Lingshi bcast center RTC #725,
scheduled 10.58-15.00 UT, best in Delhi India South Asian subcontinent.

Not VoG yesterday Monday 13, another Microsoft keyboard slippery, should
read exact
9420.002 kHz GRC Avlis instead.  wb.

CNR6 program ends at 16.05 UT.

Aoki Nagoya DXC userlist1 for Perseus server has old time entry of
Avlis service:

9420  0000-0400  CHN CNR 1 (DRM) 1 xHE AAC    Chi Qiqihar 202 1-7
9420  1058-1500  CHN CNR 13                   Uyg Lingshi 725 1-7
9420  1500-1600  CHN CNR 13                   Chi Lingshi 725 1-7
9420  1600-1805  CHN CNR 13                   Uyg Lingshi 725 1-7
9420  0900-1100  CHN CNR 6                    Hak Beijing 491 1-7
9420  1100-1605  CHN CNR 6                    Chi Beijing 491 1-7
9420  2155-2200  CHN CNR 6                    Chi Beijing 491 1-7
9420  2200-0100  CHN CNR 6                    Amo Beijing 491 1-7
9420  1600-2100  GRC Helliniki Radiophonia    Gre Avlis       1-7
9420  2100-0840  GRC Helliniki Radiophonia    Gre Avlis       1-7

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

GREECE   Re: Not VoGreece yesterday Monday 13. VOGRC loud and clear on
9420 kHz today (June 14) at 1224 UT via the University Enschede-Twente
(Christos Rigas, Wood Dale-IL-USA, hcdx June 14)

GREECE [non]   9420, June 16 at 1515 UT, NO signal from VOG into UTwente,
just VP Chinese. June 15 may have been VOG's last day on air ever, after
another reprieve expiring then. Not yet confirmed.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 16)

I can confirm from my recordings using the University Enschede-Twente SDR
remote receiver that VoGRC Avlis was not on the air on 9420 kHz yesterday
(16 Jun) between 11:46 and 13:06 UT, nor between 14:56 and 17:06 UT.
And as of 12:33 UT, they have not signed on today (17 June). If 15 June
was their last day on the air, I will archive my recording of their last
two hours.
(Richard Langley-NB-CAN, wor June 17)

GREECE   Summarizing VoGreeces final week's transmission on shortwave.

VoGreece new schedule on 9420 is on 12-17 UT  Mon-Fri since April 2022.
Their previous schedule was between 19-07v UT. It is notified since then
with several extensions that after mid-June they will cease broadcasting
favoring stream shortwave listening, zl.

June 15th, this was the final extension day as noticed by the news.

This is the last week that VoGRC was aired in shortwaves on the usual
frequency 9420 kHz. I have made many checks this week locally in the
Mr Olympus with auxiliary checks via University Enschede-Twente in various
times. In short

11-12 June is Sat-Sun, no transmissions !
13 June Mon / not aired due to Public holiday of Pentecostal / Holy Spirit
        I disagree with their policy.
14 June didn't report but as per the Twente chart they were operating
        1210-1323 and 1407-1705 UT.

15 June Aired after 1236 UT. I made three checks this day locally and via
        Twente. Ended as usual at 1705 UT.
This was the final extension day as noticed by the news.

16+17 June no transmission via Twente "as expected".
Bye bye Voice of Greece.

Now only via internet on main  <https://webradio.ert.gr/>  or
<https://webradio.ert.gr/i-foni-tis-elladas/>  for VoGreece
the new program with only Greek folk.
(Zacharias Liangas-GRC, wor June 17)

GREECE   Re:  ERT/ERA for anyone interested - updates.

The main web age is <https://webradio.ert.gr/>  for radio

Picked out some interesting direct links:





Online from the webradio of the ERT website:


From televisions in Greece to the list of radio stations.
On all smart TVs worldwide through the ERTflix application.
Digital DAB+, is broadcast in Athens, Thessaloniki, Patras and you can
listen to it from digital receivers.

In Short Waves it is transmitted Monday-Friday 16:00 - 20:00 at the
frequency of 9420 KHz (for Europe, Atlantic Ocean, North America).
{sic, off now since June 15 final}

Satellites in Europe from Hotbird, 13 degr Ea and HellasSat4,39 degr Ea.
Satellites in Africa from the Hellas Sat 3, 39 degr E satellite.

On internet platforms such as TuneIn (Global), MyTuner (Global), Radioline
(France / Global), RadioSure (Global), Phonostar (Germany), Radio Garden

Deezer: The "Voice of Greece" is included in the countries that Deezer has
LiveRadio: America, Brazil, England, Germany, France, Spain, Israel, South
Africa. In these countries the "Voice of Greece" can be heard in cars via
Deezer on Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

In Germany through the MagentaTv platform on televisions.
In Switzerland through the Swisscom platform on televisions.

In the ERT application for iPhone mobiles:


In the ERT application for Android phones
details? id gr.ert.app




(Roger Thauer-D {re Zacharias Liangas-GRC}, wor June 13)

GUAM   15625 kHz  Monday June 13, at 2240-2250 UT, AWR Guam-KSDA, from
Agat Guam, in Chinese. Woman preaching, presumed, in slow Chinese. Fair
reception: 35433.
(Jose Ronaldo Xavier-PA-BRA, HI22NX, hcdx June 13)

On Monday June 13 noted same program on
15625.039 GUM  AWR KSDA Agat Guam, Mandarin. S=9+20dB. 23.07 UT June 13.

15320even GUM  AWR KSDA Agat in Javanese towards Indonesia,
22.30-23.00 UT S=9+10dB at 22.48 UT.

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

INDIA   9949.806  much odd fq channel of AIR Kingsway outlet in Baluchi
language, S=9+10dB at 13.15 UT on June 14, scheduled 12.30-13.30 UT.
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 14)

INDIA   The June 2022 issue of Asian DX Review published by Indian DX Club
International is attached, resp. is now available via the following link:


Asian DX Review - Volume 40 - No. 572 - June 2022 [40 Years of ADXR].

Indian DX Club International
GPO Box 646
Kolkata 700001, India, South Asia
<www. idxci.in>
(Jose Jacob-IND  VU2JOS, DXindia June 3 - 7)

INDIA   Updated sked of AIR External Service Delhi, India.

The updated schedule of All India Radio External services effective from
today June 9 is in

DX India Exclusive:
The following are changes for All India Radio External Services from
today 9 June 2022, and more frequency change to AIR External Service
today June 17

0100-0230 Tibetan     9910(D) (Ex 9875 kHz)
0130-0200 Sindhi      7380(B)
0145-0315 Neplai     11560(B) (Ex D)
0315-0415 Burmese    11560(B) (Ex D)
0400-0530 Farsi      15030(B) (Ex 0800-0830 UT 15030 kHz; ex 17560 kHz)
0430-0600 Pashtu Add 15185(B)
0530-0630 Arabic     15030(B) (Ex 0500-0600 UT)
0900-1030 Nepali Add  9910(D), 15030(B)
1030-1200 Chinese    15050(B) from June 17 (Ex 13795, ex 17560 kHz)
1045-1200 Tibetan Add 9950(D) (Ex 9910 kHz)  <<<<<
1230-1400 Pashtu     11560(B) (Ex D)
1330-1500 Dari        9950(B) (Ex 15030 kHz)

1600-1730 Farsi       9620(B) (Ex 1615-1730 UT)
{yes at 16.07 UT June 10 noted Persian via Bangalore beast site, on even
frequency, but amazingly very bad audio quality on its way path between
bcasting house at Delhi and Bangalore site. Something's always wrong at
AIR foreign service performance these days, wb.}
2345-0115 Chinese    15050(B) (Ex 13795 kHz)

All Timings in UTC and Frequencies in kHz
B Bengaluru 500 kW  D Delhi 100 kW

The updated schedule will be available very soon in
(Jose Jacob-IND  VU2JOS, Dxindia June 9 / update 17, via wwdxc BC-DX)

AIR increases duration of its Persian language service. The External Ser-
vices Division of the All India Radio is expanding its transmission of
Persian (Farsi) language service from existing 1 hour 45 minutes per day
to 3 hours per day with effect from June 8, 2022. Programmes in Persian
language will now be available to the listeners daily in the morning and
evening, AIR said in a statement.

Updated time & frequencies :
Persian-1 Service 0400-0530 UT new 15030 kHz (Via Bengaluru, 500 kW)

Persian-2 Service 1600-1730 UT on   9620 kHz (Via Bengaluru, 500 kW)

AIR Persian Service will also be livestreamed on AIR World Service,
YouTube channel, NewsOnAIR App and DD Free Dish.
(Alokesh Gupta-IND, Dxindia June 8, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews)

KOREA  D.P.R. of   15245.242 kHz  Much much odd fq. Voice of Korea, from
Kujang site, final annmt of Spanish sce 22.00-22.56 UT, S=9+15dB in
northern Tokyo Japan SDR remotedly, but audio feed mixed at the station
with final annmt of Japanese of VoKorea's Japanese sce mixture.

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

ITU/IARU   IARU Monitoring System Region 1 Newsletter May 2022.
Please find in this link the IARU Monitoring System Region 1 Newsletter
May 2022:


Enjoy it! 73, Gaspar Miro, EA6AMM
IARUMS R1 Coordinator
(via wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 15)

KOREA REP  [South]   KBS World Radio in Russian is changing its broadcast
frequency.  "Dear radio listeners!

Starting June 13, 2022, our show, airing from 1800-1900 GMT, will be
broadcast on 15265 kHz. Broadcast on 11785 kHz stops."
(Valeriy / Radio reception - Telegram; via
Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

KOREA  REP OF  [South]  9105even  EoH VoH Seoul in Korean, but rather
western smooth soft English music program selection
{is exactly my taste in music, wb.},
S=9+5dB signal noted remotedly in Tokyo Japan at:

13.36 UT  'My Way...' song               by Frank Sinatra,
13.41 UT  'Falling In Love With You ...' by Elvis Presley,
13.43 UT  'Wonderful World ...'          by Satchmo.

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

KYRGYZ REPUBLIC   I inform you that soon TWR will be installing a new
second MW transmitter to update the existing one and thus be able to
expand its greater broadcasting capacity and with a strong signal directed
to the Persian-speaking region or countries which will include parts of
the Middle East, and from Central Asia with a total of six (6) daily
broadcasts in Farsi languages and others from the Persian world.

At the moment it is known that said transmitter was donated by someone,
but its operating power or frequency has not yet been revealed if it will
be 612 kHz or 1467 kHz. You would probably think of 612 kHz (Silk Road) as
having only 200 kW.

Ruben Medina (June 6, 2022)
(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

LATVIA    The National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) banned the broad-
casting of all Russian TV channels in Latvia. The corresponding measure
will come into force on June 9 and will be valid until the end of the
special operation in Ukraine and the return of Crimea to its composition.

"NEPLP today decided to ban distribution in Latvia and remove from the
list of programs rebroadcast in Latvia 80 TV channels registered in
Russia, including TV "MIR" and "Arms" ... The programs will disappear from
the information space of Latvia on June 9," wrote the head NEPLP Ivars
Abolins on Twitter.

He also noted that NEPLP decided to issue a broadcasting permit to the
Dozhd TV channel (recognized in Russia as a foreign media agent), which
will be Latvian from June 9.

According to the LETA agency, E TV, Illusion+, Kino24, Mir TV, Hunting and
Fishing, Pepper and Russian Illusion were among the channels to stop

The department explained that they imposed a ban on television broad-
casting thanks to a new form of law that provides for the shutdown of the
media of those countries that "threaten the territorial integrity and
independence." The decision does not say what exactly the threat is.

Earlier in Latvia, they called on the European Union to impose sanctions
against TV channels from the Russian Federation.


(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

MADAGASCAR   11825 kHz  June 10 at 0432 UT, God stuff in English, S8/S9,
i.e. African Pathways Radio on MWV.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 10)

11824.959 much odd fq outlet from MDG  MWV English African Pathways
          at 04.01 UT on June 11. S=8-9 fair at NY state NoAM eastern USA.

Yes 16 meterband is now open in mid-summer 2022,
noted 17530even MDG  MWV 'The Light of Life' New Life Station, Mahajanga,
MDG, Madagascar in Mandarin S=9+5dB in NY state at 04.29 UT on Saturday
June 11.

... and a lot of Beijing, Urumqui, Kashgar, and Kunming signals from China
mainland in 19 and 16 meterband too.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 11)

MADAGASCAR   13760 kHz  June 6 at 0358 UT song in English, VG until cut
off at 0359* UT. Another station which does not feel obliged to ID at
start and finish of each broadcast !

Scheduled is MWV, but confusing contradixions about programming. EiBi list
says it's 'African Pathways Radio', to South Asia. But why would they be
doing that, rather than KNLS Alaska English hour which is Asian-orientated
?  HFCC agrees it's on 40 degree beam for CIRAFs 41 & 42S South Asia,
altho bigsig here implies it's really aimed this away across Africa.

Aoki does not decide, just English from WCB; and BTW, V of Korea [North]
is also listed on 13760 kHz at 03-04 in Spanish. Bulgarian DX Blog for A22
season shows 03-04 UT on 13760 kHz as KNLS English at 40 degrees from MWV;
while English from APR follows at 04-05 UT on 11825 kHz, also well heard
here. It's also quite possible that Mahajanga mix up its azimuths and
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

MALI   5995 kHz  Radiodiffusion Television du Mali, Bamako, at 2341-2359UT
on June 11. Man announcer with French language talks hosting a program of
popular music selections. Carrier terminated mid-song. Fair.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

MARIANA ISLS   15554.966 kHz - much odd fq of US_AGM RFA Mandarin sce,
via Agingan Point Saipan isl, at 23.03 UT S=9+20dB in Tokyo, and
accompanied underneath(!) CNR1 China mainland jamming on exact 15555 kHz.

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

NEW ZEALAND   RNZ Pacific frequency change 0600-0800 UT. Radio New
Zealand Pacific will be on 9700 kHz from 0600 to 0800 UT starting today
June 13.


I was chatting via email with technical manager Adrian Sainsbury, who told
me the transmission the other day/night (0600-0800 UT on June 11) was
indeed a test for this switch.
(Ricky Leong-Alb-CAN, wor & hcdx June 13)

Re:  RNZ Pacific frequency change 0600-0800 UT.
0600-0627 UT strong co-channel mixture signals with Radio Romania Inter-
national in German to WeEUR.

R NZ Pacific from Rangitaiki checked this Monday June 13 at 07.30 UT on
WW Kiwi Net: nice signals much north-east wards to US/CAN/NoAM

S=9+15  -58dBm  Hawaii
S=9+20  -52dBm  Alberta CAN
S=9+20  -52dBm  CA USA
S=7     -81dBm  Bonaire Antilles
S=5     -103dBm Tokyo JAP
S=6     -93dBm  Philippines
S=9+5   -64dBm  Adelaide
S=8     -78dBm  Tasmania
S=9     -70dBm  NSW  AUS
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 13)

NIGERIA  [and non]   7255- kHz, June 16 at 0630 UT, NO signal from VON
Hausa. I usually check for it after 0600 UT but not heard in some weeks.

Is it totally off? Sometimes it used to show on wrong frequency 9690- or
11770- kHz but nothing theres either. Is anyone hearing it anytime? How
about 1600-2100 UT on 11770 kHz or even DRM 15120 kHz? June 16 at 1606 UT,
Utwente lox with difficulty to a very weak algo on 11770.005 kHz, probably
as in EiBi until 1800, PBS Xinjiang, EAST TURKISTAN, land of imperialist
ChiCom genocide against Uighurs and other Moslems.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 16)

7254.9 kHz at 0615 UT NIGERIA, Voice of Nigeria from Abuja, poor in verna-
cular on May 7.
(Manuel Mendez-Lugo-ESP, via NZLDXTimes page 10 of June 2022)

One of the technician who erected the Abuja Nigeria bcast center some
11 years ago, Bodo DF8DX from Thurgi Switzerland, who erected that WMLK
transmitter product last week, see under USA WMLK Radio below. wb.

PALAU   9965 kHz  Hope Radio 5 - from Medorn, Palau, at 0843 UT on June 10
in English. Woman finishing an evangelical message, program www address
given, 0845 UT "WHRI / Hope Radio 5 from the island of Palau now signing
off", contact at hoperadio.net, postal address in Morgantown, W.Va given,
mellow Contemporary Christian song, 0850 UT off. Good S7 - 8 signal off
the back of their antenna. Good.
(Mark Taylor, Madison-WI-USA, Naswa Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

PERU   9675 kHz  R. Del Pacifico, Lima. Barely audible at 0520 UT with
continuous easy listening music, fair at 0555 UT. Station ID in Spanish at
0618 UT, good on May 2.
(John Adams, Pt. Douglas-QSL-AUS, ARDXC ADXNews #658 of June 2022)

PERU   OBX4I  Radio Santa Rosa 1500 was heard on a DXpedition to La
Consulta, in the Mendoza province of Argentina. After a phone call to the
station, my reception report was sent to: riframori@gmail.com . Richard
Morris, administrator of the station, kindly responded with a verification
letter in thirteen days.
(Ariel Osvaldo Torres via Horacio Nigro-URG via GH's wor io group;
via NZLDXT page 10, June 2022)

PHILIPPINES   One of AP's historical reviews:

AWR Wavescan - The Second VOA Relay Station in the Philippine.

In our brief mini-series of topics here in Wavescan about the VOA Voice of
America radio stations in the Philippines, we have presented the story
about their first relay station, which began as a submarine operation
under the callsign KZSO which subsequently morphed into a land based sta-
tion as KZFM in Manila city. We move on now to the story of their second
relay station in the Philippines which was located in the regional city of
Malolos on Luzon Island. Let's go back to the beginning.

{... parts ...}

Mediumwave radio station KSAI was located on Saipan in a set of quonset
huts, which was also the location of the AFRS mediumwave station WXLD.
KSAI was on the air on Saipan until the middle of the year 1946, when,
 according to some reports, it was simply abandoned.

However, that is not the case. VOA documents show that the transmitter was
subsequently removed from Saipan and re-installed in the Philippines at a
new VOA transmitter site at Malolos. This now historic mediumwave trans-
mitter that had functioned under the callsigns KSL, KRHO and KSAI was
inaugurated at its new location as VOA Manila A on March 7, 1948. By now,
that 16 year old Western Electric 7A transmitter, still rated at 50 kW,
was noted on 920 kHz with programming directed towards Asia.

Malolos is almost a coastal city some 25 mile north of Manila, and it is
almost a suburb of MetroManila, with a population of 1 quarter million
inhabitants. Malolos is a city of tourist interest, particularly in regard
to its historic backgrounds.

An agreement between the Philippines and the United States for the estab-
lishment of a Voice of America relay station at Malolos was signed on
September 4, 1947. This new VOA station would be installed in a leased
building at the Bulacan Trade School, an open field area, together with
four subsidiary buildings.

A photograph of the main building as printed in the American radio journal
Radio News shows that one section of the main building had just a single
level, and another part was at two storeys. A shielded receiver station
was installed into a Quonset Hut on the same property.

Four radio transmitters were installed into that new VOA relay station,
together with a bevy of shortwave antennas:

The 50 kW MW transmitter previously on the air consecutively as KSL, KRHO

- Two RCA 50 kW SW transmitters Model No M17330A,
  serial numbers 524 & 527.

- Five SW rhombic antennas strung from four towers 75 ft tall.

- One MW system on Blaw Knox towers 250 ft tall.

The first test broadcasts on shortwave 11840 kHz were noted in Australia
on September 1, 1947, and regular programming began ten days later, on
September 11. The 50 kW mediumwave transmitter was activated on 920 kHz
during the following year on March 7, 1948. The programming feed was
generally a relay on shortwave from the Hawaiian VOA station KRHO.

At the same time as VOA was on the air from the new Malolos station, so
also was PBS, the Philippine Broadcasting System with its own programming.
The Malolos station was identified on air as KZFM for the PBS programming,
and as the Voice of America for VOA programming. On January 1 of the
following year (1949), the American callsign KZFM was amended to the new
Philippine sequence as DZFM.

The Malolos VOA relay station was planned for interim usage only, while
construction work at two new and very large relay stations in the
Philippines was underway at Poro and Tinang. The Poro station was acti-
vated in 1954, though Malolos was still retained for continued on air

However, the VOA usage of the 50 kW mediumwave unit on 920 kHz was not
terminated until June 30, 1967, more than 10 years after the superpower
one megawatt transmitter at Poro was taken into service. Quite often both
mediumwave transmitters carried the same programming, though the 50 kW at
Malolos was intended for local coverage of the Philippines, and the one
megawatt at Poro was intended for international coverage into Asia.

When the new VOA relay station at Tinang was activated in 1969, the VOA
usage of the Malolos relay station was closed, and the station was taken
over completely by PBS under a new callsign DZRP.

Initially, a few QSL letters were sent out from the VOA relay station
itself in Malolos, though regular VOA QSL cards were readily available
from VOA headquarters in Washington DC. The interim and temporary VOA
Malolos was on the air for a period of 21 years, stretching from 1948 to
(Adrian Peterson-USA Wavescan, via ARDXC ADXNews #658 of June 2022)

RUSSIA   R-399 "Katran" - The best receiver of the USSR.
In Russian. Video - 18:29 m/s


One of the last all-wave receivers of the USSR. It is still in demand and
relevant. This receiver at our collective station was a gift from Gemeshev
A.I. with the assistance of Zalatov A.V.

Detailed information about the receiver here:

Katran is a trunk professional superheterodyne communication radio recei-
ver R-399A operating in the HF band, belongs to third-generation radio
equipment, designed to search for and receive TLF, TLG and single lane
transmissions. Donate to the QIWI laboratory (by nickname) - PACWN683
(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

RUSSIA   St. Petersburg and the region.

The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation is considering the
possibility of transferring part of the frequency resource assigned to it
to the Russian Railways (RZD), which will be able to use the transferred
frequencies to launch private corporate LTE networks (Private LTE - pLTE)
at large marshalling yards.

According to the Deputy General Director of the Research and Design
Institute of Informatization, Automation and Communications in Railway
Transport (NIIAS) Pavel Popov, the transfer of the frequency resource
assigned to the Ministry of Transport in the range of 300-400 MHz with a
bandwidth of 20 MHz is being discussed. "The indicated frequency resource
allows us to solve several problems in railway transport.

There are tasks of interval regulation, traffic control, unmanned traffic,
remote control by video monitoring. The number of tasks is growing. There
are documents that define the ways of using communication on the railway,
of which there are many and each has its own requirements for delay,
transmission, reliability, "Popov told Telesputnik on the sidelines of the
CIPR forum in Nizhny Novgorod ...

Details in Russian

(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

RUSSIA   Editor's news.

Since 2013 the RUSdx newsletter has a page and a member of many radio
groups dedicated to radio on  F_B  facebook.com. Due to the blocking of
Facebook in Russia, unfortunately, participation in the project became
more difficult. Therefore, before the onset of better times, the exchange
of news on facebook.com stops.

The EU imposed sanctions against the head of Roskomnadzor.

The European Union has included the head of Roskomnadzor Andrey Lipov on
the sanctions list. This is stated in the list of restrictions included in
the sixth package of sanctions against Russia and Belarus published in the
official journal of the EU.

The "reasons" column states that "Roskomnadzor is the central instrument
for exercising censorship and suppressing free media in Russia." Lipov, as
the head of the department, "is responsible for the decisions that led to
the censorship and closure of independent Russian media," the document

Lipov was appointed head of Roskomnadzor in March 2020, replacing
Alexander Zharov at this post. Prior to that, Lipov headed the presiden-
tial administration for the development of information and communication
technologies and communications infrastructure, which, in particular, was
responsible for developing bills on the "sovereign Internet" and on limit-
ing the share of foreign participation in companies that own significant
Russian sites. He also worked in the department of state policy in the
field of informatization and information technology of the Ministry of
Telecom and Mass Communications (now the Ministry of Digital Development),
in particular, he was the deputy head of the development programs depart-
ment, the head of the information technology department, and also the de-
puty director of the department.

Roskomnadzor told RBC that the imposition of sanctions "will not affect
Lipov and the department in any way."

In the past two years, Roskomnadzor began to slow down the traffic of
foreign social networks, in particular Twitter, blocked the largest plat-
forms Instagram and Facebook (their owner, Meta, was recognized as extre-
mist and banned in Russia), as well as the websites of a number of Russian
media. Also, the implementation of the so-called landing law has begun,
according to which foreign IT companies with a daily audience of more than
500 thousand users are required to open a branch, an authorized legal en-
tity or a representative office in Russia.

The department explained the blocking of both social networks and the
media by the requirements of the Prosecutor General's Office and the cur-
rent legislation. For example, the former head of Roskomnadzor, Alexander
Zharov, spoke about restrictions on the dissemination of extremist infor-
mation: "Roskomnadzor, at the request of the Prosecutor General's Office,
is obliged to ensure the blocking of such resources and pages on social
networks and take measures to remove illegal information. And do it imme-

photo: Alexey Nikolsky / TASS - text: Evgenia Stogova, rbc.ru
<https://onair.ru/main/enews/view_msg/NMID 83308/>
(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

RUSSIA   Hackers hacked into the website of the Kommersant FM radio
station and included Ukrainian songs.

In the editorial office of the radio publication "Rise"
they said that they were working on fixing the problem.

"About 10-15 minutes ago we were hacked. Not fixed yet, we are investigat-
ing this issue. It is not yet clear how this happened." After the Ukrai-
nian patriotic songs, the air on the radio station's website continued
with the composition of the group "Nogu Svelo", because of which the
soloist of the group Maxim Pokrovsky was brought under an administrative
case under the article on "discrediting the Armed Forces of the Russian
(June 8. PRO_FM / Telegram;
via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

RUSSIA   The European Union is working on another package of sanctions
against Russia. One of its points may be a ban on the provision of cloud
services to Russian customers.

The representative of the EU noted that it would be difficult to implement
such a measure from the technical side, writes Reuters. It is difficult to
predict exactly how this will affect Russia, because the leading cloud
service providers in Europe are the American companies Amazon, Microsoft
and Google.


(via Anatoly Klepov-RUS, RUSdx #1189 via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 12)

SAO TOME   15400.072 kHz  June 8 at 0605 UT, S2/S4 in French. It's BBC at
0600-0630 & 0700-0800 UT; off-frequency via USAGM Pinheira-STP. Some-
thing's always shifty in Sao Tome.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

SWITZERLAND    Swiss lower chamber of parliament rejects delay to VHF
radio switch-off

The Swiss National Council, or lower house of the Federal Assembly, has
opposed a delay to the end of VHF audio broadcasting, according to the
CE Today portal. The Federal Council and the Council of States had sup-
ported keeping VHF radio until DAB uptake reaches 90 percent. The National
Council rejected the motion by 79 votes to 73, with 24, and the proposal
is now off the table.

The National Council Commission for Transport and Telecommunications found
that it was up to the radio sector rather than the federal government to
decide when to phase out VHF. A minority on the commission objected that
DAB reception is difficult in places such as emergency shelters. In Decem-
ber 2021, about 12 percent of Switzerland's listeners still used VHF ex-

rejects-delay-to-vhf-radio-switch-off 1428009>

(Telecompaper.com, 16 June; via Mike Terry-UK, BrDXC-UK iogroups June 16)

TAIWAN   RTI Taiwan - Tests from Tamsui - German service.

Aktion "Direkt aus Tamsui 2022" von Radio Taiwan International.
Testsendungen: am 25. Juni 2022 (Samstag)
11995 kHz (17:00-17:10 UTC)
11995 kHz (17:30-17:40 UTC)
 9545 kHz (19:00-19:10 UTC)
 7240 kHz (19:20-19:30 UTC)
 7250 kHz (19:40-19:50 UTC)

Aus den obengenannten Frequenzen werden 2 Frequenzen fuer die Direkt-
ausstrahlungen ausgewaehlt werden.

Offizielle Sendetermine:
(Eine Stunde auf einer Frequenz von 17:00-18:00 Uhr UTC, eine Stunde auf
der zweiten Frequenz von 19:00-20:00 Uhr UTC):

 1) 08.07. Freitag
 2) 09.07. Samstag
 3) 10.07. Sonntag
 4) 15.07. Freitag
 5) 16.07. Samstag
 6) 17.07. Sonntag
 7) 22.07. Freitag
 8) 23.07. Samstag
 9) 24.07. Sonntag
10) 29.07. Freitag
11) 30.07. Samstag
12) 31.07. Sonntag
(Bernd Seiser-D, June 15; via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews)

The annual summertime broadcasts of RTI's German service beamed towards
Europe will be on the air this year during the month of July instead of

Test transmissions will be conducted on Saturday June 25 as follows:

11995 17:00-17:10
11995 17:30-17:40
 9545 19:00-19:10
 7240 19:20-19:30
 7250 19:40-19:50

One hour broadcasts will be aired on 11 MHz from 17:00-18:00 UT and on
either 9 or 7 MHz from 19:00-20:00 on these dates:
July 8,9,10,15,16,17,22,23,24,29,30,31.

A special QSL will be issued. E-mail  <deutsch -at- rti.org.tw>
or use the contact form on their Web site.

The announcement on RTI's Web page shows a photo of the two Ampegon
2 x 2 dipole rows antennas. But these are fixed at 352 and 002 degrees,
covering East Asia. Rather the German service will use 315 and 325 degrees
older fixed 4 x 4 curtain antennas as before.
(Alan Holder-Isle of Wight, U.K.  G4ZBH, wor June 17)

TAIWAN   9670 kHz  OPPOSITION  Radio DLSN (Radio Dap Loi Song Nui) via
Paochung-TWN, June 12, heard signing on at 1230 UT today with fair-good
signal and no sign of the Hanoi jammer! Orchl anthem or theme and then
OM and YL in Vietnamese. More orch mx and then YL into news. 1232 UT low
het note starts, maybe the Hanoi jammer switching on xmtr late but no
whirring audio yet. Whirring jammer surely there by 1234 UT but very weak
today and no problem at all. DLSN dominating channel. 1237 UT orchl burst
and more talks afterward by OM/YL team.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052, June 12)

TAIWAN   9940 kHz  Nippon No Kaze via Paochung, Taiwan heard at 1319 UT on
June 8; a song, then talks in Korean by a woman at 1321 UT. Mostly poor.
(Bob Brossell Pewaukee-WI-USA, Naswa Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

TAIWAN   9685 kHz  "Nippon no Kaze / Furusato no Kaze" Clandestine /
opposition in Korean, June 10, at 1518-1525 UT. SIO 333. OM and YL in
Korean with appeal, target is North Korea. MX. Broadcast is likely from
Paochung, Taiwan. More POP MX. More MX with a YL Chorus follows.
(Vince Henley-WA-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

THAILAND   Summer A-22 shortwave schedule of HSK9 Radio Thailand WS:

0000-0030 on 15590 UDO English
0030-0100 on 15590 UDO Thai
0200-0230 on 15590 UDO English
0500-0530 on 17640 UDO English
1000-1030 on 17850 UDO Thai
1200-1230 on  9390 UDO English
1230-1245 on  9390 UDO Vietnamese
1245-1300 on  9390 UDO Chinese
1300-1315 on  9390 UDO Japanese
1315-1330 on  9390 UDO Malaysian
1330-1415 on  9390 UDO Thai
1800-1830 on  9920 UDO Thai
1830-1930 on  9920 UDO English
1930-1945 on  9920 UDO Thai
(DX Mix-Bulgaria; via ARDXC  ADXNews #658 of June 2022)

UAE/PHILIPPINES   15215 kHz  Gaweylon Tibetan Radio, FEBC via ENC relay at
Al Dhabayya-UAE, on June 12, fair signal at 1215 UT with Sun xmsn, YL in
Tibetan with short mx separators. Atmospheric noise a bother. 1220 UT
exotic orchl mx and YL singing Asian melody. Musical segment continues to
1227 UT when YL heard giving contact info including mobile phone number
and email address for Gaweylon.

1228 UT the Gaweylong theme song with drumming and flutes. Final anmts by
OM. FEBC chimes song (What A Friend We Have in Jesus) once and plug pulled
at -1229* UT.
(Ralph Perry-IL-USA, via NASWA Electronic Flashsheet #1052, June 12)

U.K.   15510 kHz. FEBA Radio Sama (ENC Woofferton site), 1850 to 1859 UT,
11 June. Arabic: music with male vocalist followed by male announcer
speaking over music. After this music with male vocalist. Sign off at
1859 UT after male announcer. SINPO 33233.
(Tony Pavick Hope-BC-CAN, Naswa Electronic Flashsheet #1052 June 12)

hfcc.org  IBRA RADIO request entry:
15510 kHz 1730-1900 UT to zones 47E,48W  WOF  250kW  128degr -12
ant #618  Arabic   G   IBR  ENC  request #4037.

USA   15150 kHz  June 11 at 2051 UT, no signal from reactivated WMLK
Bethel PA. There were reports Friday June 10 around 2230 UT of carriers
on its other registered frequency, 9275 kHz, and their F_B claimed they
were about ready to test on the air. Of course, June 11 is a Sabbathday
off, but maybe on Sunday. However, 15150 kHz is A-22 registered at the
rather strange span of 04-09 UT for Europe, whilst 9275 kHz only at
17-22 UT, both 300 kW at 53 degrees on days 123456 only.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 12)

USA   WMLK Radio

Posted on their F_B yesterday, 11 June 2022. I found this post somewhat
surprising from a technical point of view.

Another productive day, praise Yahweh!
The engineers ran the transmitter up to 300 kW into the Test Load and con-
tinued to tune the set. Upon successful trials, they then increased the
output to 450 kW in order to stress every aspect of the equipment, running
it to 150% of optimum operating parameters. After repairs and adjustments
and verifying the efficacy of the system under 100% modulation, decided to
do on-air testing.

They tuned the set to 9275 kHz and then activated the antenna switch to
apply RF to the antenna using a 10k carrier tone. As we visually verified
the operation of the antenna the engineers came out and said it was broad-
casting at 60 kW (Which is the highest the original RCA transmitter trans-
mitted). They then came out and said they increased the power to to 175 kW
(Which is the highest the BBC transmitted). He then pushed the antenna to
300 kW, the rated output of the new transmitter. While we were talking
about how well everything was working, the engineer came out and said he
was pushing it as hard as he could, 450 kW at 100% modulation. He also
said that the antenna is super-stable at that power!

Next week we will be fine tuning the station and will be training. There
will be times that we will be on the air, either on 9275 or 15150 kHz, but
the times and duration will be sporadic.

We anticipate assuming a regular broadcast schedule on June 20.

We are so humbled, thankful and thrilled that Yahweh has brought us to
this point. Let our prayers unite that His will be done and that Yahshua
will return soon. On to the Kingdom!

(via Mike Terry-UK, BRDXC-UK iogroups June 12)

USA/PHILIPPINES    9275even  Re: WMLK testing?

Only hear FEBC Manila from Bocaue site, Chinese Mandarin program, reli-
gious chorus of S=8 level, at 14.54 UT heard on Perseus server net
installation by VE6JY at Edmonton, Alberta-CAN;

heard also 9330even WBCQ to different azimuth, S=7 in Alb-CAN at 14.51 UT.
73 wolfy df5sx  JN48OR

Seemingly Thomcast/Thales/Ampegon SW tx technician Bodo DF8DX from Thurgi
Switzerland, who erected that WMLK transmitter product last week, now
June 18 leaves Berks County, PA_USA, not far from WMLK Bethel PA_USA
broadcast location.
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 14 - 18)

USA   9275 kHz  WMLK will begin broadcasting Monday June 20th.
Posted yesterday 17 June by WMLK on F_B:

<https://www.facebook.com/www.wmlkradio.net? cft [0]=AZWM-
k9jy9siqX_UPJY24_daZPrcliUp8ws18IC4zSqE2Vt8GBrPedIlH2xKQ& tn =-UC%2CP-R>

2htqaF3gUGnJVR5kbRohBUmbZBX7jte2oZ9zSkKU9AxgKGgl? cft [0]=AZWM-
k9jy9siqX_UPJY24_daZPrcliUp8ws18IC4zSqE2Vt8GBrPedIlH2xKQ& tn =%2CO%2CP-R>

Just a quick report before Sabbath. The engineer did almost 5 hours of
antenna broadcast today. During the broadcast he was adjusting levels and
modulation levels.

We have already received reception reports from east Germany, Iceland,
Portugal, and Kuwait. On the back-lobe. We had reception reports from
Greensboro North Carolina, Memphis Tennessee, Oklahoma City and Nashville.

We have signed the site acceptance paperwork and will begin broadcasting
Monday {June 20} of next week, Yahweh willing at 1pm on 9275 kHz.


(WMLK  F_B, via Mike Terry-UK, BrDXC-UK groups.io June 18)

Currently not likely to propagate to Europe and Middle East at 17:00 UT on
9275 kHz. Will come through late evenings after sundown.

Also, propagation charts show 15150 kHz will not work for these regions
from 04:00-09:00. Wrong time of day for such a high frequency.

BTW, does anyone have more info on the WMLK antenna?
According to the FCC "main station record" it is a "custom built" curtain
antenna, unidirectional with reflector screen. Does it only operate on
9 and 15 MHz, or can it be tuned up on other bands?
(Alan Holder, G4ZBH, Isle of Wight, U.K., June 18)

USA   5085 kHz  June 10 at 0444 UT, WTWW is S=9+35/40dB on fundamental but
cannot detect usual parasitic spurs on 5072.1, 5097.9!  What has Ted done
with them?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 10)

USA   7489.9v kHz  UT Thur June 16 at 0459 UT, surprised to find WBCQ
still on air later than usual with nondescript talk show, but shortly
chopped off for canned sign-off announcement. The never-correct web-sked
shows 7490  kHz finishing at 0300-0330 UT Tue-Sat with 'Late Night in the
Heartland' - that, or something else?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, wor June 16)

Scheduled in hfcc.org database as WBCQ on 7490 kHz at 1900-1000 UT to
ITU zones 3-5 and 9-11. 50 kW at 245degr azimuth.
ITU antenna #805 as Horizontal log-periodic antenna.

UZBEKISTAN   Radio Free North of Korea.

Radio Free North Korea hat wohl die Frequenz fuer die Sendung von 20:00-
21:00 UTC von 7630 auf 7610 kHz geaendert. Bin zufaellig auf das Programm
gestossen als ich am 11 June 2022 die 7610 kHz auf RCW aus Chile ueber
KIWI SDR in Chile und Argentinien ueberpruefen wollte. Ein Tag darauf
hoerte ich die koreanische Station auch an meinem QTH in Fuerth. Auf der
7630 kHz ist nichts zu hoeren um die erwaehnte Sendezeit.
(Erich Bergmann-D, via June 14)

RRTM Telecom Tashkent Uzbekistan bcast center. Tashkent Shortwave
Transmitting Station, noted on 7610 kHz recently, wb.


Checked this morning NorthAM reception condition
at 02.00 UT to 04.30 UT in Edmonton Alberta
and Rochester NY state this Sat June 11:

> re 5085 kHz WTWW, cannot detect usual parasitic spurs on 5072.1, 5097.9

right Glenn, no audio spurs seen/heard nearby now anymore, wb.

 4765 kHz at 0200 R Progreso 50kW from former USSR Bejucal site,
          NOT ON AIR, safed main power tonight ?

 5024.996 on lower flank side now, CUB  R Rebelde from Bauta, much
          stronger than RHC 5040 kHz, S=9+15dB, Spanish political talk,
          no music at 02.43 UT, extreme 20 kHz wideband audio block.

 5039.997 CUB  RHC Bauta in Spanish language, only S=8 signal,
          but 10 kHz wideband at 02.12 UT.

 5980.005 and 6029.982 kHz ? what happened here at 02.27 and 02.58 UT,
          much Cuban scratched jamming, ahead(!) of a small poor limited
 6030.002 USAGM Greenville Cuban opposite Radio Marti signal ?

 6060even CUB  Again this faulty Bauta site tx unit of RHC Spanish sce,
          poor on reduced power and bad faulty DISTORTED audio modulation
          too, S=7 only at 02.30 UT on June 11.

 6165even CUB  Much best technical-wise Cuban signal in NoAM, RHC in
          English, at 02.33 UT, S=9+25dB full power.

 9805 kHz and 11930 kHz much much loud scratch jammer of Cuban origin
          at 03.32 UT. ... and a lot more on the bc bands too.

RHC Spanish sce checked at 03.36 and 03.57 UT,
music program of FREE JAZZ played of Saxophone and Trumpet instrument,
noted performance:

5039.997 Bauta, 6060even Bauta, 9535.002 Bejucal, 9649.996 Bejucal,

11670even Bauta til 03.57 UT switch-off,

11760 NOT ON AIR this June 11 morning,

11850even of Quivican San Felipe TITAN 250 kW site,
and accompanied strings on 11840 and 11860 UT as always described by gh.

Nothing heard from Cuban radio on 22 mb.

But RHC Spanish on SoAM BRA ARG 160degr azimuth target outlet of 15230 kHz
was on air from Quivican San Felipe TITAN 250 kW site, heard at 04.14 UT.

What happened at Quivican site from 03.58 UT sign-on onwards,
5999.999 kHz RHC English appeared here much late at nighttime, noted when
checked NY state SDR remotedly, and also // harmonic on 11999.998 kHz too.
Excellent audio quality today. // 6165 kHz Bauta site also English.

More logs of today at 02.00 UT to 04.30 UT in Edmonton Alberta and
Rochester NY state remotedly this Saturday June 11:

 4775.034 PRU  UNIDentified, probably R Tama Peru string, poor 02.03 UT
but covered by broadband CODAR signal on
 4771 to 4799 kHz fq range.
 4839.996 USA  WWCR Nashville TN, S=9+20dB strength, sermon at 02.40 UT,
          WWCR has always the most excellent and professional shortwave
          signals of all US SW on air.
 4885.027 BRA  Most likely Radio Clube do Para acc to fq offset at 02.06UT
 4939.988 CLM  ? La Montana in Spanish (?), poor S=5 signal at 02.42 UT.
 5010even USA  WRMI Okeechobee with Radio Prague relay in Spanish language
          02.30-03.00 UT, S=6 fair signal into NY state remotedly, 02.44UT

 5085even USA  WTWW pop music / Beatles mx program at 02.13 UT, S=9+5dB
          12 kHz wideband audio block. At 02.14 UT temperature and weather
          report, Nashville, 73 cC temperature, increase upper 80ties temp
> cannot detect usual parasitic spurs on 5072.1, 5097.9, gh.
right Glenn, no audio spurs seen/heard nearby now anymore, wb.

 5829.986 USA  WTWW Lebanon TN, sermon, pastor talk, S=9+15dB at 02.18 UT
 5850even USA  WRMI Okeechobee FL state, VORW Radio International address
          given annmt at 02.20 UT, Aoki Nagoya userlist scheduled at 02-03
          UT, S=9+10dB in NY state.
 5889.994 USA  WWCR Nashville TN #4 px, En sermon at 02-04 UT, S=9+10dB at
          02.50 UT, 10.6 kHz wideband audio block.
 5935even USA  WWCR #2 px, from Nashville TN, lady voice pastor sermon
          S=9+25dB powerful signal, at 02.22 UT.
 5938.517 BRA  R Voz Missionaria, Camboriu SC, S=5 poor at 02.53 UT.
 5950even USA  WRMI religious sermon / talk in En, S=9+15dB in Aoki
          Nagoya Dxers Circle userlist: "Truth2Ponder" item, 02.23 UT.
 5970even USA  WEWN #3 program in Spanish, 'Reyes of Colombia', than
          followed by guitar band and singer too, S=9 at 02.24 UT,
          10.6 kHz wideband audio.
 6049.993 EQA  HCJB Quito in vernac, poor / fair S=7 at 02.29 and 03.00 UT
 6069.988 CAN  CFRX Toronto in En, S=7-8 at 02.31 UT on June 11.
 6080even BOT  USAGM VoA Botswana relay at 03.06 UT, but terrible audio
          mixture noted, as accompanied strange strong 60 and 120 Hertz
          audio tone strings heard/visible - either sideband.
 6159.940 much odd fq,  USA  WBCQ from ME state on Canadian border,
          surprisingly heard archive TOM BS roarer talk on 'Russian re-
          volution' / 'Life of the Gospel', 02.34 UT.
 6179.972 MDG  Much odd fq Spanish language signal, World Christian Broad-
          cast of MWV station at Mahajanga, Madagascar. S=9 at 02.37 UT.
 7474.992 USA  for the very first time I checked the NoAM PIRATE program
          stn channel tonight, R YHWH very, very poor S=4 signal, 03.22UT.
 7489.930 much odd frequency outlet, WBCQ, religious En preacher sermon,
          unsympathetic roarer like BS once, S=9+15dB at 03.17 UT June 11.
 7505even USA  WRNO from New Orleans, preaching ladies in mixed talk
          in English/Hindi{?} heavy subcontinental accent. S=9+25dB much
          powerhouse signal, 03.20 UT, 12 kHz widerange audio block.
 9264.986 USA  WINB Red Lion, PA, S=9+15dB at 02.00 UT and 03.14 UT too,
          religious sermon.
 9535.002 CUB  RHC Spanish sce via 100 kW Bejucal site, px towards central
          Latin AM MEX/GTM/CLM/EQA target. 03.35 UT, and //
 9649.996 CUB  RHC Spanish sce via 50 kW Bejucal site, px towards Antilles
          Suriname Guyana. Saxophone FREE Jazz programme at 03.36 UT,
          later on this hour followed trumpet free jazz performance.
 9667.524 BRA  R?dio Voz Missionaria, Camboriu SC, S=6-7 fair at 03.24 UT.
 9805 kHz CUB  S=8 signal in peaks Cuban SCRATCH signal jamming, 03.32 UT.
 9850even ROU  RRI English sce, S=9+15dB powerful in NY remotedly, at
          03.31 UT, scheduled 03.00-03.57 UT, Violine folk music, and also
          // 11825 kHz ROU  RRI Galbeni relay S=9 strong at 03.51 UT.
 9974.998 USA  Acc Aoki Nagoya DXC userlist should be KVOH Voive of Hope
          from Rancho Simi, En sermon at S=9 signal level, at 03.27 UT.
 9955even USA  WRMI Okeechobee, Radio Prague Czech Republic English sce
          relayed noted with pop music singer px. S=7-8 in NY state remo-
          tedly at 03.28 UT. In between Spanish language station annmt of
          RMI at 03.29 UT, followed by Radio Prague annmt in French
          language at 03.30 UT on June 11.
11650even MDG  Radio Tamazuj in Juba, mentioned Sudan many times, S=9 at
          03.47 UT; scheduled 03.29-04.27 UT. Organized via MGLOB Talata
          Volonondry Madagascar relay facility.
11815.024 BRA  Radio Brasil Central, much poor S=3-4 at 03.49 UT June 11.
11824.959 much odd fq outlet from MDG  MWV English African Pathways
          at 04.01 UT. S=8-9 fair into NY state NoAM eastern USA.
11870even OMA  BBC London Persian language relay via ENC Al Seela relay
          site S=7-8 sidelobe at 03.53 UT, scheduled 03.30-04.30 UT.
11930 kHz heavy Cuban SCRATCH signal jamming, S=8 at 03.55 UT.
12095even OMA  BBC London En sce 04-05 UT, via ENC Al Seela relay site
          S=8 at 04.04 UT on June 11. and //
13580even same px, same site parameter of Al Seela OMA.
13789.984 UAE  BBC London in Somali lang, at 04.07 UT, S=7 sidelobe from
          ENC Al Dhabbaya relay site, scheduled 04.00-04.30 UT.
15170.058 ARS  Saudi Holy Quran prayer service from Riyadh site, 04.100UT
          scheduled 02.50-06.00 UT, S=8-9 signal into NY state remotedly.
15220DRM digital mode transmission of ROU  RRI Galbeni site in Mandarin
          Chinese sce from Bucharest, S=7 in NY at 04.00-04.27 UT.
15285.017 ARS  R Saudi Internat. from Riyadh bcast center, in Swahili to
          EaAF target, S=7 in NY state, scheduled 04.00-06.57 UT.
15364.986 UAE  USAGM Mashaal Radio in Pashto language via ENC Al Dhabaya
          relay site, S=7 at 04.16 UT on June 11, 04-07 UT scheduled.
15629.836 UZB  Iran International from London in Persian, via RRTM Telecom
          Tashkent Uzbekistan bcast center at 04 - 16 UT, S=6 in NY state,
          04.20 UT on June 11.
15720.011 NZL  R NZ Pacific sce from Rangitaiki site, English, S=9+10dB,
          at 04.22 UT. 11.2 kHz wideband audio block. Great propagation
          signal today on June 11.
17530even MDG  MWV 'The Light of Life' New Life Station, Mahajanga,
          Madagascar in Mandarin S=9+5dB in NY state at 04.29 UT on
          Saturday June 11.

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

{CUBA}  Further logs this June 16 morning 06.00 - 06.30 UT:

9264.986 USA  WINB TOM BS old religious sermon from archive
         at 06.03 UT, S=6 in NY state,
         // TOM BS also via WRMI Okeechobee 9395 9955 kHz, also
         // TOM BS via 9400 kHz S=5-6 via SPC-NURTS Spaceline Ltd.
         Sofia Kostinbrod Bulgaria relay site.

9415even USA  SMTV program via WRMI Okeechobee FL S=5-6 signal  06.08
9620even F    RTA Algiers Holy Quaran sce via TDF Issoudun, S=8 06.09
9669.540 BRA  S=6-7 at 06.10 UT.
9700.007 CUB  RHC Bauta in English, S=9+10dB at 06.12 UT, underneath
9700even ROU  RRI in German, 06.00-06.27 UT.
9790even F    RFI Paris in French via TDF Issoudun til 07.00 UT S=8
9805even CUB  6 kHz wide scratch signal against former USAGM R Marti.
9885even UK_  VoA French via ENC Woofferton, Mon-Fri, S=8 in NY state
              at 06.16 UT.

11620even CVA  Vatican Radio in Arabic, via Santa Maria di Galeria,
               at 06.18 UT.
11700even F    RFI Paris French via TDF Issoudun at 06.19 UT.
11730even F    NHK World R Japan in Arabic, via TDF Issoudun relay
11750.019 TUR  TRT Emirler in Turkish, 06 - 09 UT, at 06.20 UT.
11815.025 BRA  R Bras Central, S=6 at 06.21 UT.
11995even F    RFI Paris in Hausa to WeAF, via ISS, S=6 at 06.24 UT.
12050even UK_  R Ndaras. Internat. in KNU lang. via ENC Woofferton
               at 06.25 UT.
12095even UK_  BBC London in French, via ENC Woofferton 06.00-06.29
               S=6 at 06.26 UT.

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

Logs of June 15 around 20.30 to 22.00 UT:

 9460.005 TUR  TRT Emirler, Turkish sce scheduled 15.50-20.58 UT, S=9+20dB
 9470.042 STP  Much odd fq of USAGM sce at Sao Tome, Hausa sce to West AF,
               20.30-21.00 UT noted at 20.54 UT on June 15.
 9489.992 KWT  One of their units is slightly odd fq on lower side, USAGM
               service in Hausa on Mon-Fri only via Kuwait relay, despite
               French Suns or Hausa Sats via Sao Tome instead. 20.55 UT
               S=9+20dB powerful sidelobe also to western Europe.
 9534.979 MRA  US RFA Chinese Mandarin via Saipan Agingan Point, at 20.56
               UT surprisingly strong on long path via Siberia into WeEUR.
               S=9+20dB. CNR1 China mainland jamming underneath 9535even.
 9550.088 BRA  R Boa Verdad, poor S=3-4 under threshold at 20.58 UT.
 9669.490 ... .510 kHz BRA  Radio Voz Missionaria in BrasPort 21.03 UT
               shift some 20 Hertz up and down. S=7-8 at 22.40 UT on
 9669.492 kHz  settled here around.
 9695.024 GUM  AWR KSDA Agat Guam, in Korean at 21.05 UT S=7, 21-22 UT.
 9730even VTN  Voice of VTN Hanoi from Son Tay bcast center on June 15 at
               21.06 UT in Spanish, this TX unit seemingly repaired re-
               cently. Excellent audio quality now, no spurs every 8 kHz
               anymore. S=9+20dB signal strength;
               but the // Spanish sce to western EUR on
11885even VTN  at S=9+15dB level suffer still by distorted audio quality
               at extreme 40 (!) kHz wideband signal
 9818.855 BRA  ZYR96 R. Nove de Julho, Sao Paulo SP, poor S=4 signal,
 9820even QRM of co-channel CNR2 from Xianyang RTC #594 bcast center.
 9875.007 TUR  TRT Emirler in English, to wide range CeAS, SoAS, SoEaAS
               and PAC, AUS, NZL target at 20.30-21.28 UT. S=9+5dB back-
               lobe signal into WeEUR. Female Turkish folk singer sung.
               From 21 UT onwards co-channel QRM of
 9875even KRE  VoKorea in Mandarin Chinese from Kujang bcast center.
 9919.944 TWN  One of the numerous low power SOH Falun Gong opposite
               sces towards China mainland communist dictorship.
               S=6 at 21.23 UT on June 15.
11780.007 BRA  Radio Nacional da Amazonia, Brasilia poor S=5-6 in central
               EUR at 22.16 UT.
11815.023 BRA  ZYE440 R. Brasil Central, Goiania GO, S=5 poor at 21.27 UT.
11895.271 BRA  ZYE856 R. Boa Vontade, Porto Alegre RS in BrasPort at 21.29
               UT, poor S=4 signal.
15189.949 BRA  poor S=4 signal of Radio Inconfidencia at 21.37 UT.
               ZYE522  R. Inconfidencia, Belo Horizonte MG,
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews June 15)


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"Die Grossfunkstelle Nauen, die Duplexanlage in Geltow).
Die internationale Entwicklung des Funkwesens. 1929.
Berndt, Alfred-Ingemar (Hrsg.): Das Lied der Front 1940.
Liedersammlung des Grossdeutschen Rundfunks. Auswahl, musikalische und
textliche Bearbeitung: Gustav Kneip und Willi.
Soldatenlieder, veroeffentlicht im Namen des Grossdeutschen Rundfunks.
...Rundfunkabteilung des Reichspropaganda-Ministeriums.

Halo, tu radio Ljubljana! Katalog k razstavi Tehniskega muzeja
Slovenije ob sedemdeseti obletnici ustanovitve Radia Ljubljana 1998.
106 Nummern umfassenden farbig bebilderten Katalog der dort seit 1928
hergestellten Radioapparate. - Slowenien, Laibach.
Boelcke, Willi A.: Die Macht des Radios. Weltpolitik und Auslandsrundfunk
1924-1976. Mit einer Fuelle von Material zur Rundfunkgeschichte,
deutschsprachiger Sender in Europa u.a.

Brinitzer, Carl: Hier spricht London. Von einem der dabei war. 1969.
Schwerpunkte sind Goebbels, BBC, Abhoerverbot, Londoner Rundfunk,
Luftkrieg, Propaganda, Kriegsende, Eiserner Vorhang.
"Technik, Geduld und Raffinesse: Der Krieg im Aether" (Umschlag) mit den
Beitraegen "Britische Funkaufklaerung: Der Krieg im Aether"
(Juergen Rohwer), "Interview mit David Kahn: "Heute erhalten die
Nachrichtendienste weniger Geld fuer viel mehr Arbeit",
"Deutsche Funkaufklaerung: Horchen fuer den "Endsieg".

Der Deutsche Funkverkehr 1927. Karten und zahlr. Tabellen.
Deutscher Funktechnischer Verband e. V. Berlin. 1927.
Adressen aller Verbaende und Vereine des Funkwesens, privaten Adressen der
Radiopioniere usw. (Darunter die beiden grossen "Deutscher Funktechnischer
Verband e. V." und "Deutscher Radio-Club e. V."...
"Deutsche Rundfunkdienste", Abbildungen Nauen, Koenigs Wusterhausen,
Norddeich usw.

Ein Jahr Suedwestfunk. Reprint der Ausgabe 1947. 40 Jahre Suedwestfunk.
Die 1947 erschienene Publikation "Ein Jahr Suedwestfunk" wurde fuer das
SWF-Jubilaeumsjahr 1986 als Reprint aufgelegt.
"Radio Stuttgart-O. Neckarstrasse 145 / 100 Kilowatt
523 Meter 574 Kilohertz". Stuttgart, 10. Dezember 1947.
Koenigs Wusterhausen - Wie der Rundfunk in Deutschland begann.
Betrachtungen zur Funkgeschichte in Koenigs Wusterhausen. 1994.

"Die Organisation des mitteldeutschen Rundfunks" (Erwin Jaeger),
"Drei Jahre Rundfunkbetrieb"
"Der Rundfunk als geistiges Zeitproblem" ...
"Abschnitte aus der Geschichte des Mitteldeutschen Senders"
"Die Verstaerkung der Rundfunksender und ihre Rueckwirkung auf den Empfang
und den Empfaenger" (A. Esau) u. a.
Muehlacker - Brunswig, Heinrich, Eberhard Klumpp und Dietrich Schwarze:
Grosssender Muehlacker. Zur Technik- und Rundfunkgeschichte. 1980.

"Fotos, Dokumente, Zeichnungen und zeitgenoessische Satire erhellen
Stationen dieses Weges". Roller, Walter: Tondokumente zur Zeitgeschichte
1939-1945. Deutschen Rundfunkarchiv 1975.
Rundfunkaufnahmen, Reden, OKW-Berichte, Marschmusik u. a. im Zweiten
Rundfunksendestelle Zehlendorf - Neueste Nachrichten. Uebermittelt von der
Grossfunkstelle der Deutschen Reichspost "Rehmate" Rundfunksendestelle
Zehlendorf (Oranienburg).
Wortschlacht im Aether. Der deutsche Auslandsrundfunk im Zweiten
Weltkrieg. Geschichte des Kurzwellenrundfunks in Deutschland 1939-1945.

Sender & Frequenzen 1984. Jahrbuch der Kurzwellenhoerer. Handbuch fuer
weltweiten KWEmpfang. Von Wolf Siebel. 1. Jahrgang. 1983.
Sender & Frequenzen 1985. Jahrbuch der Kurzwellenhoerer.
Wolf Siebel und Klaus Bergmann.
Sender & Frequenzen 1986; ...1987 ...1988 ...1989 ...1990 ...1991 ...1994
u.a. Wolf Siebel, Klaus Bergmann, Harald Kuhl, Thomas Lustig und Helmut
Vahlbruch, Hans-Joachim Neudeck.
Soley, LawrenceC.: Radio Warfare. OSS and CIA Subversive Propaganda. 1989.
Rundfunk in Stuttgart 1950-1959. Sueddeutscher Rundfunk Stuttgart. 1995.
Das erste Jahrzehnt. Der Suedfunk und sein Programm 1924 bis 1933/34. 1984
Rundfunk in Stuttgart 1934-1949. 1990.
Reichssender, Besatzungszeit, Neckarstrasse Stuttgart, Sendestellen
Heidelberg und Karlsruhe, Radio Stuttgart, Sueddeutscher Rundfunk.
World Radio TV Handbook. WRTH. 1990 ... 2002.

Wunschkonzert. UfA. Illustrierter Film-Kurier. 1940.
Die populaere Musikveranstaltung "Wunschkonzert fuer die Wehrmacht"
existierte wirklich und wurde jeden Sonntag um 15 Uhr im Radio aus
dem Grossen Sendesaal an der Berliner Masurenallee uebertragen" (Wikip.),
unter den Rollen Heinz Goedecke als Radiosprecher, der auch in Wirk-
lichkeit beim Deutschlandsender war. In den Hauptrollen Ilse Werner und
Carl Raddatz.

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