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BC-DX 1360                                                    1 Nov 2018
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ARMENIA/AUSTRIA/BULGARIA/FRANCE/GERMANY/MADAGASCAR/SOUTH AFRICA/
SRI LANKA/TAJIKISTAN

[FRANCE/GERMANY]   9760 kHz, AWR (via MBR Nauen site), at 2010 UT NOT //
9780 kHz in French with a woman with talk to 2017 UT and a woman with a
"Radio Mondiale Adventiste" ID and brief instrumentals and a man with talk
- Fair in peaks with fading Oct 21 - This was a different program than
that found on 9780 kHz as this was beamed to Central Africa.

9780 kHz, AWR (via MBR Nauen site), at 2025 UT NOT // 9760 kHz in French
with a choral hymn and a man with closing announcements with a "Radio
Mondiale Adventiste" ID at 2027 UT followed by light instrumentals and off
at 2030 UT - Fair in peaks with fading Oct 21 - This was a different
program than that found on 9760 kHz as this was beamed to North Africa.

Yes, the same broadcaster can have two different programs in the same
language at the same time, but I wonder what the difference was as both
were for Africa.
(Mark Coady-Ont-CAN, ODXA iog via dxld Oct 22)

HFCC shows both 9760 and 9780 kHz are via Nauen, but differ:
9760 kHz 250 kW at 186 degrees; {ex A-18 9565 kHz}
9780 kHz 100 kW at 210 degrees. {ex A-18 9610 kHz}

AND there is a third AWR transmission during the same 2000-2030 UT
semihour betwixt, on 9770 kHz, which is 250 kW, 188 degrees from ISSoudun
France site in the 'Mos' {Mossi Moore} language.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 22)

AWR broadcasts in B-18, requested by MBR Media Broadcast FMO.

fq sorted
 5975 0400-0430 28SE    F  ISS 125  95 206 1234567 Bulgarian
 6045 0430-0500 37,38W  D  NAU 100 210 216 1234567 French
 6120 1900-2000 37,38W  D  NAU 250 210 216 1234567 Arabic
 7205 1930-2000 37,38W  D  NAU 125 210 216 1234567 Tachelhit
 7220 0600-0630 46S     F  ISS 250 200 216 1234567 French
 7350 0300-0330 48      D  NAU 250 140 216 1234567 Tigrinya
 7375 0600-0630 46S     F  ISS 250 162 196 1234567 French
 9610 1000-1100 28W     D  NAU 100 180 216 1       Italian
 9770 1600-1630 41S    BUL SOF 250 105 616 1234567 English
 9800 1730-1800 37,38W  F  ISS 125 180 196 1234567 Kabyle
 9830 1530-1600 41N    BUL SOF 250  90 616 1234567 Hindi
 9830 1600-1630 28SE    D  NAU 125 135 216 1234567 Bulgarian
 9855 1530-1600 41E    TJK DB  100 137 418 1234567 Oriya
 9895 1900-1930 46W     D  NAU 250 218 216 1234567 Wolof
 9905 1530-1600 41S    ARM ERV 100 125 218 1234567 Kannada
11730 1300-1330 42,43W BUL SOF 250  75 616 .23456. Mandarin
11730 1300-1330 42,43W BUL SOF 250  75 616 1.....7 Uighur
11730 1330-1400 42,43W BUL SOF 250  75 616 1234567 Mandarin
11730 1400-1500 42,43W  D  NAU 250  75 216 1234567 Mandarin
11870 1730-1800 48      F  ISS 250 126 216 1234567 Oromo
11880 0700-0730 46S     F  ISS 250 170 196 1234567 French
11945 1500-1530 41S    BUL SOF 250 111 616 1234567 Tamil
11945 1530-1600 41W    BUL SOF 250 111 616 1234567 Gujarati
11955 1630-1700 48      D  NAU 250 139 216 1234567 Tigrinya
11980 0700-0800 37,38W  D  NAU 125 210 218 1234567 Arabic
11985 1500-1530 41S    BUL SOF 250 105 616 1234567 Telugu
12035 1630-1700 48      D  NAU 250 141 216 1234567 Amharic
15145 0830-0900 37,38W  D  NAU 100 210 218 1234567 Tachelhit
15160 0800-0830 37,38W  D  NAU 250 210 218 1234567 Kabyle
15490 1630-1700 48      F  ISS 250 122 211 1234567 Somali

time sorted
 7350 0300-0330 48      D  NAU 250 140 216 1234567 Tigrinya
 5975 0400-0430 28SE    F  ISS 125  95 206 1234567 Bulgarian
 6045 0430-0500 37,38W  D  NAU 100 210 216 1234567 French
 7220 0600-0630 46S     F  ISS 250 200 216 1234567 French
 7375 0600-0630 46S     F  ISS 250 162 196 1234567 French
11880 0700-0730 46S     F  ISS 250 170 196 1234567 French
11980 0700-0800 37,38W  D  NAU 125 210 218 1234567 Arabic
15160 0800-0830 37,38W  D  NAU 250 210 218 1234567 Kabyle
15145 0830-0900 37,38W  D  NAU 100 210 218 1234567 Tachelhit
 9610 1000-1100 28W     D  NAU 100 180 216 1       Italian
11730 1300-1330 42,43W BUL SOF 250  75 616 .23456. Mandarin
11730 1300-1330 42,43W BUL SOF 250  75 616 1.....7 Uighur
11730 1330-1400 42,43W BUL SOF 250  75 616 1234567 Mandarin
11730 1400-1500 42,43W  D  NAU 250  75 216 1234567 Mandarin
11945 1500-1530 41S    BUL SOF 250 111 616 1234567 Tamil
11985 1500-1530 41S    BUL SOF 250 105 616 1234567 Telugu
 9830 1530-1600 41N    BUL SOF 250  90 616 1234567 Hindi
 9855 1530-1600 41E    TJK DB  100 137 418 1234567 Oriya
 9905 1530-1600 41S    ARM ERV 100 125 218 1234567 Kannada
11945 1530-1600 41W    BUL SOF 250 111 616 1234567 Gujarati
 9770 1600-1630 41S    BUL SOF 250 105 616 1234567 English
 9830 1600-1630 28SE    D  NAU 125 135 216 1234567 Bulgarian
11955 1630-1700 48      D  NAU 250 139 216 1234567 Tigrinya
12035 1630-1700 48      D  NAU 250 141 216 1234567 Amharic
15490 1630-1700 48      F  ISS 250 122 211 1234567 Somali
 9800 1730-1800 37,38W  F  ISS 125 180 196 1234567 Kabyle
11870 1730-1800 48      F  ISS 250 126 216 1234567 Oromo
 9895 1900-1930 46W     D  NAU 250 218 216 1234567 Wolof
 6120 1900-2000 37,38W  D  NAU 250 210 216 1234567 Arabic
 7205 1930-2000 37,38W  D  NAU 125 210 216 1234567 Tachelhit

HFCC B-18 requests by AWR
 5970 0200 0230 40E,41NW        MOS 300 94    0 211 1234567 Urd AUT x308
 5975 0230 0300 40E,41NW        MOS 300 94    0 211 1234567 Pan AUT x308
 5975 0400 0430 28SE            ISS 125 95    0 206 1234567 Bul F   x301
 6045 0430 0500 37,38W          NAU 100 210   0 216 1234567 Fra D   x307
 6055 1400 1500 53              MDC 100 20    0 700 1234567 Mlg MDG x111
 6065 0300 0400 53              MDC 100 20    0 700 1234567 Mlg MDG x111
 6070 1900 2000 37,38W          NAU 250 210   0 216 1234567 Ara D   x307
 6070 2000 2030 46              MOS 300 210   0 211 1234567 Dyu AUT x102
 6170 0330 0400 40              MOS 300 100   0 211 1234567 Fas AUT x303
 6185 0400 0430 29S,39N,40W     MOS 300 115   0 211 1234567 Tur AUT x310
 7205 1930 2000 37,38W          NAU 125 210   0 216 1234567 Shi D   x307
 7220 0600 0630 46S             ISS 250 200  15 216 1234567 Fra F   x104
 7225 1800 1900 38              MOS 300 175   0 211 1234567 Ara AUT x306
 7270 2030 2100 46              MOS 300 205   0 211 1234567 Fra AUT x118
 7270 2100 2130 46              MOS 300 205   0 211 1234567 Eng AUT x118
 7275 1900 1930 46SE,47W        MOS 300 190   0 211 1234567 Hau AUT x112
 7350 0300 0330 48              NAU 250 140   0 216 1234567 Tir D   x109
 7375 0600 0630 46S             ISS 250 162   0 196 1234567 Fra F   x104
 9445 1600 1630 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95    0 211 1234567 Urd AUT x308
 9510 0000 0030 49E             TRM 125 75  -15 216 1234567 Tha CLN x203
 9515 2000 2030 37,38W          MDC 125 320   0 158 1234567 Fra MDG x307
 9540 2100 2200 33S,43N,44N     TRM 125 15    0 146 1234567 Cmn CLN x202
 9610 1000 1100 28W             NAU 100 180   0 216 1       Ita D   x305
 9630 0500 0530 46SE,47W        MOS 300 190   0 217 1234567 Hau AUT x112
 9730 1500 1530 41S             TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Tam CLN x220
 9740 1500 1530 41N             TRM 125 15    0 146 1234567 Nep CLN x215
 9770 1600 1630 41S             SOF 250 105  15 616 1234567 Eng BUL x220
 9770 1630 1700 40              MOS 300 115  30 218 1234567 Fas AUT x303
 9780 1930 2000 47,48W,52,53W   MOS 300 170   0 211 1234567 Fra AUT x103
 9780 2000 2030 46E,47W         MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Fra AFS x105
 9780 2030 2100 46SE            MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Yor AFS x112
 9800 1730 1800 37,38W          ISS 125 180  18 196 1234567 Kab F   x307
 9830 1530 1600 41N             SOF 250 90    0 616 1234567 Hin BUL x217
 9830 1600 1630 28SE            NAU 125 135   0 216 1234567 Bul D   x301
 9850 1930 2000 46SE            MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Ibo AFS x112
 9855 1530 1600 41E             DB  100 137   0 418 1234567 Ori TJK x231
 9895 1900 1930 46W             NAU 250 218   0 216 1234567 Wol D   x119
 9905 1530 1600 41S             ERV 100 125   0 218 1234567 Kan ARM x220
11035 1630 1700 48              NAU 250 139   0 216 1234567 Tir D   x109
11720 1700 1728 48SW,53NW       MDC 250 330  10 158 1234567 Swa MDG x117
11730 1330 1500 42,43W          NAU 250 75    0 216 1234567 Cmn D   x224
11790 1930 2000 46S             MEY 250 320 -30 216 1234567 Ful AFS x104
11800 1700 1730 48SW,53NW       MEY 250 19   12 411 1234567 Swa AFS x117
11825 1200 1300 44NE,45NW       TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Kor CLN x207
11870 1730 1800 48              ISS 250 126   0 216 1234567 Orm F   x113
11880 0600 0700 38              MOS 300 175   0 217 1234567 Ara AUT x306
11880 0700 0730 46S             ISS 250 170   8 196 1234567 Fra F   x104
11935 1300 1400 43N,44N         TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Cmn CLN x202
11945 1330 1400 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 14      Asm CLN x213
11945 1330 1400 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 56      Hmn CLN x222
11945 1330 1400 54N             TRM 125 90    0 217 237     Ind CLN x228
11955 1500 1530 29S,39N,40W     MOS 300 115   0 217 1234567 Tur AUT x310
11955 1530 1600 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95   10 218 1234567 Pan AUT x308
11980 0700 0800 37,38W          NAU 125 210   0 218 1234567 Ara D   x307
11985 1500 1530 41S             SOF 250 105  15 616 1234567 Tel BUL x220
11985 1530 1600 41N,42S         TRM 125 25   10 206 56      Bod CLN x216
11985 1530 1600 41N,42S         TRM 125 25   10 206 12347   Eng CLN x216
11985 1600 1630 41N             TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Urd CLN x217
11985 1900 2000 38E,39,47N,48N  MDC 250 340 -10 157 1234567 Ara MDG x315
12025 1400 1430 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95    0 217 1234567 Urd AUT x308
12035 1530 1600 41              TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Mar CLN x204
12035 1630 1700 48              NAU 250 141   0 216 1234567 Amh D   x110
15145 0800 0830 37,38W          MOS 300 225   0 217 1234567 Fra AUT x307
15145 0830 0900 37,38W          NAU 100 210   0 218 1234567 Shi D   x307
15150 1500 1530 41N             MDC 250 40  -10 158 1234567 Pan MDG x217
15155 1830 1900 48SW,52E,53NW   TRM 125 255 -15 216 1234567 Eng CLN x107
15160 0800 0830 37,38W          NAU 250 210   0 218 1234567 Kab D   x307
15180 1430 1500 49NW            TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Kxf CLN x210
15215 1430 1500 49NW            TRM 125 60  -30 217 1234567 Mya CLN x209
15250 1500 1530 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 1234567 Lus CLN x213
15255 1400 1430 41S             MDC 250 55    5 158 1234567 Sin MDG x221
15360 1630 1700 41N             TRM 125 345   0 206 246     Pus CLN x217
15360 1630 1700 41NW            TRM 125 335 -10 206 1357    Snd CLN x229
15400 1200 1230 49              TRM 125 60  -30 216 1234567 Mnw CLN x209
15430 1230 1300 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 2357    Ben CLN x214
15430 1230 1300 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 146     Mni CLN x214
15430 1300 1330 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 1234567 Nep CLN x213
15480 1300 1330 42,43W          SOF 250 75  -15 616 23456   Cmn BUL x224
15480 1300 1330 42,43W          SOF 250 75  -15 616 17      Uig BUL x224
15490 1630 1700 48              ISS 250 122   0 211 1234567 Som F   x114
15490 1730 1800 48SW,53NW       MEY 250 20   30 216 1234567 Mas AFS x117
15500 0300 0330 48              TRM 125 270   0 216 1234567 Orm CLN x113
15500 0400 0430 48              TRM 125 270   0 216 1234567 Amh CLN x110
15525 1530 1600 41W             TRM 125 335 -10 206 1234567 Guj CLN x230
15610 1130 1200 49N             TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Shn CLN x209
15625 0100 0130 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 67      Cmn CLN x212
15625 0100 0130 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 12345   Nan CLN x212
15625 0130 0200 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 7       Cmn CLN x212
15625 0130 0200 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 123456  Yue CLN x212
15680 1530 1600 41S             MDC 250 35  -15 158 1234567 Mal MDG x220
17570 2000 2030 46SW            MDC 250 295  15 158 1234567 Mos MDG x121
17605 1430 1500 48              MOS 300 140   0 217 1234567 Aar AUT x106
17670 1300 1400 43S,49          MDC 250 65   15 158 1234567 Vie MDG x223
17730 1530 1600 41              MDC 250 45  -20 157 1234567 Hin MDG x204
17730 1600 1630 41              MDC 250 35  -15 158 1234567 Eng MDG x204
17780 0500 0600 38E,39,47N,48N  TRM 250 300  30 216 1234567 Ara CLN x315

HFCC B-18 requests by AWR, language sorted
17605 1430 1500 48              MOS 300 140   0 217 1234567 Aar AUT x106
15500 0400 0430 48              TRM 125 270   0 216 1234567 Amh CLN x110
12035 1630 1700 48              NAU 250 141   0 216 1234567 Amh D   x110
17780 0500 0600 38E,39,47N,48N  TRM 250 300  30 216 1234567 Ara CLN x315
11880 0600 0700 38              MOS 300 175   0 217 1234567 Ara AUT x306
11980 0700 0800 37,38W          NAU 125 210   0 218 1234567 Ara D   x307
 7225 1800 1900 38              MOS 300 175   0 211 1234567 Ara AUT x306
 6070 1900 2000 37,38W          NAU 250 210   0 216 1234567 Ara D   x307
11985 1900 2000 38E,39,47N,48N  MDC 250 340 -10 157 1234567 Ara MDG x315
11945 1330 1400 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 14      Asm CLN x213
15430 1230 1300 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 2357    Ben CLN x214
11985 1530 1600 41N,42S         TRM 125 25   10 206 56      Bod CLN x216
 5975 0400 0430 28SE            ISS 125 95    0 206 1234567 Bul F   x301
 9830 1600 1630 28SE            NAU 125 135   0 216 1234567 Bul D   x301
15625 0100 0130 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 67      Cmn CLN x212
15625 0130 0200 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 7       Cmn CLN x212
15480 1300 1330 42,43W          SOF 250 75  -15 616 23456   Cmn BUL x224
11935 1300 1400 43N,44N         TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Cmn CLN x202
11730 1330 1500 42,43W          NAU 250 75    0 216 1234567 Cmn D   x224
 9540 2100 2200 33S,43N,44N     TRM 125 15    0 146 1234567 Cmn CLN x202
 6070 2000 2030 46              MOS 300 210   0 211 1234567 Dyu AUT x102
11985 1530 1600 41N,42S         TRM 125 25   10 206 12347   Eng CLN x216
 9770 1600 1630 41S             SOF 250 105  15 616 1234567 Eng BUL x220
17730 1600 1630 41              MDC 250 35  -15 158 1234567 Eng MDG x204
15155 1830 1900 48SW,52E,53NW   TRM 125 255 -15 216 1234567 Eng CLN x107
 7270 2100 2130 46              MOS 300 205   0 211 1234567 Eng AUT x118
 6170 0330 0400 40              MOS 300 100   0 211 1234567 Fas AUT x303
 9770 1630 1700 40              MOS 300 115  30 218 1234567 Fas AUT x303
 6045 0430 0500 37,38W          NAU 100 210   0 216 1234567 Fra D   x307
 7220 0600 0630 46S             ISS 250 200  15 216 1234567 Fra F   x104
 7375 0600 0630 46S             ISS 250 162   0 196 1234567 Fra F   x104
11880 0700 0730 46S             ISS 250 170   8 196 1234567 Fra F   x104
15145 0800 0830 37,38W          MOS 300 225   0 217 1234567 Fra AUT x307
 9780 1930 2000 47,48W,52,53W   MOS 300 170   0 211 1234567 Fra AUT x103
 9515 2000 2030 37,38W          MDC 125 320   0 158 1234567 Fra MDG x307
 9780 2000 2030 46E,47W         MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Fra AFS x105
 7270 2030 2100 46              MOS 300 205   0 211 1234567 Fra AUT x118
11790 1930 2000 46S             MEY 250 320 -30 216 1234567 Ful AFS x104
15525 1530 1600 41W             TRM 125 335 -10 206 1234567 Guj CLN x230
 9630 0500 0530 46SE,47W        MOS 300 190   0 217 1234567 Hau AUT x112
 7275 1900 1930 46SE,47W        MOS 300 190   0 211 1234567 Hau AUT x112
 9830 1530 1600 41N             SOF 250 90    0 616 1234567 Hin BUL x217
17730 1530 1600 41              MDC 250 45  -20 157 1234567 Hin MDG x204
11945 1330 1400 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 56      Hmn CLN x222
 9850 1930 2000 46SE            MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Ibo AFS x112
11945 1330 1400 54N             TRM 125 90    0 217 237     Ind CLN x228
 9610 1000 1100 28W             NAU 100 180   0 216 1       Ita D   x305
15160 0800 0830 37,38W          NAU 250 210   0 218 1234567 Kab D   x307
 9800 1730 1800 37,38W          ISS 125 180  18 196 1234567 Kab F   x307
 9905 1530 1600 41S             ERV 100 125   0 218 1234567 Kan ARM x220
11825 1200 1300 44NE,45NW       TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Kor CLN x207
15180 1430 1500 49NW            TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Kxf CLN x210
15250 1500 1530 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 1234567 Lus CLN x213
15680 1530 1600 41S             MDC 250 35  -15 158 1234567 Mal MDG x220
12035 1530 1600 41              TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Mar CLN x204
15490 1730 1800 48SW,53NW       MEY 250 20   30 216 1234567 Mas AFS x117
 6065 0300 0400 53              MDC 100 20    0 700 1234567 Mlg MDG x111
 6055 1400 1500 53              MDC 100 20    0 700 1234567 Mlg MDG x111
15430 1230 1300 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 146     Mni CLN x214
15400 1200 1230 49              TRM 125 60  -30 216 1234567 Mnw CLN x209
17570 2000 2030 46SW            MDC 250 295  15 158 1234567 Mos MDG x121
15215 1430 1500 49NW            TRM 125 60  -30 217 1234567 Mya CLN x209
15625 0100 0130 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 12345   Nan CLN x212
15430 1300 1330 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 1234567 Nep CLN x213
 9740 1500 1530 41N             TRM 125 15    0 146 1234567 Nep CLN x215
 9855 1530 1600 41E             DB  100 137   0 418 1234567 Ori TJK x231
15500 0300 0330 48              TRM 125 270   0 216 1234567 Orm CLN x113
11870 1730 1800 48              ISS 250 126   0 216 1234567 Orm F   x113
 5975 0230 0300 40E,41NW        MOS 300 94    0 211 1234567 Pan AUT x308
15150 1500 1530 41N             MDC 250 40  -10 158 1234567 Pan MDG x217
11955 1530 1600 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95   10 218 1234567 Pan AUT x308
15360 1630 1700 41N             TRM 125 345   0 206 246     Pus CLN x217
15145 0830 0900 37,38W          NAU 100 210   0 218 1234567 Shi D   x307
 7205 1930 2000 37,38W          NAU 125 210   0 216 1234567 Shi D   x307
15610 1130 1200 49N             TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Shn CLN x209
15255 1400 1430 41S             MDC 250 55    5 158 1234567 Sin MDG x221
15360 1630 1700 41NW            TRM 125 335 -10 206 1357    Snd CLN x229
15490 1630 1700 48              ISS 250 122   0 211 1234567 Som F   x114
11720 1700 1728 48SW,53NW       MDC 250 330  10 158 1234567 Swa MDG x117
11800 1700 1730 48SW,53NW       MEY 250 19   12 411 1234567 Swa AFS x117
 9730 1500 1530 41S             TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Tam CLN x220
11985 1500 1530 41S             SOF 250 105  15 616 1234567 Tel BUL x220
 9510 0000 0030 49E             TRM 125 75  -15 216 1234567 Tha CLN x203
 7350 0300 0330 48              NAU 250 140   0 216 1234567 Tir D   x109
11035 1630 1700 48              NAU 250 139   0 216 1234567 Tir D   x109
 6185 0400 0430 29S,39N,40W     MOS 300 115   0 211 1234567 Tur AUT x310
11955 1500 1530 29S,39N,40W     MOS 300 115   0 217 1234567 Tur AUT x310
15480 1300 1330 42,43W          SOF 250 75  -15 616 17      Uig BUL x224
 5970 0200 0230 40E,41NW        MOS 300 94    0 211 1234567 Urd AUT x308
12025 1400 1430 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95    0 217 1234567 Urd AUT x308
 9445 1600 1630 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95    0 211 1234567 Urd AUT x308
11985 1600 1630 41N             TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Urd CLN x217
17670 1300 1400 43S,49          MDC 250 65   15 158 1234567 Vie MDG x223
 9895 1900 1930 46W             NAU 250 218   0 216 1234567 Wol D   x119
 9780 2030 2100 46SE            MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Yor AFS x112
15625 0130 0200 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 123456  Yue CLN x212

HFCC B-18 requests by AWR, Broadcast center sorted
11800 1700 1730 48SW,53NW       MEY 250 19   12 411 1234567 Swa AFS x117
15490 1730 1800 48SW,53NW       MEY 250 20   30 216 1234567 Mas AFS x117
 9850 1930 2000 46SE            MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Ibo AFS x112
11790 1930 2000 46S             MEY 250 320 -30 216 1234567 Ful AFS x104
 9780 2000 2030 46E,47W         MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Fra AFS x105
 9780 2030 2100 46SE            MEY 250 330 -15 216 1234567 Yor AFS x112
 9905 1530 1600 41S             ERV 100 125   0 218 1234567 Kan ARM x220
 5970 0200 0230 40E,41NW        MOS 300 94    0 211 1234567 Urd AUT x308
 5975 0230 0300 40E,41NW        MOS 300 94    0 211 1234567 Pan AUT x308
 6170 0330 0400 40              MOS 300 100   0 211 1234567 Fas AUT x303
 6185 0400 0430 29S,39N,40W     MOS 300 115   0 211 1234567 Tur AUT x310
 9630 0500 0530 46SE,47W        MOS 300 190   0 217 1234567 Hau AUT x112
11880 0600 0700 38              MOS 300 175   0 217 1234567 Ara AUT x306
15145 0800 0830 37,38W          MOS 300 225   0 217 1234567 Fra AUT x307
12025 1400 1430 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95    0 217 1234567 Urd AUT x308
17605 1430 1500 48              MOS 300 140   0 217 1234567 Aar AUT x106
11955 1500 1530 29S,39N,40W     MOS 300 115   0 217 1234567 Tur AUT x310
11955 1530 1600 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95   10 218 1234567 Pan AUT x308
 9445 1600 1630 40E,41NW        MOS 300 95    0 211 1234567 Urd AUT x308
 9770 1630 1700 40              MOS 300 115  30 218 1234567 Fas AUT x303
 7225 1800 1900 38              MOS 300 175   0 211 1234567 Ara AUT x306
 7275 1900 1930 46SE,47W        MOS 300 190   0 211 1234567 Hau AUT x112
 9780 1930 2000 47,48W,52,53W   MOS 300 170   0 211 1234567 Fra AUT x103
 6070 2000 2030 46              MOS 300 210   0 211 1234567 Dyu AUT x102
 7270 2030 2100 46              MOS 300 205   0 211 1234567 Fra AUT x118
 7270 2100 2130 46              MOS 300 205   0 211 1234567 Eng AUT x118
15480 1300 1330 42,43W          SOF 250 75  -15 616 17      Uig BUL x224
15480 1300 1330 42,43W          SOF 250 75  -15 616 23456   Cmn BUL x224
11985 1500 1530 41S             SOF 250 105  15 616 1234567 Tel BUL x220
 9830 1530 1600 41N             SOF 250 90    0 616 1234567 Hin BUL x217
 9770 1600 1630 41S             SOF 250 105  15 616 1234567 Eng BUL x220
 9510 0000 0030 49E             TRM 125 75  -15 216 1234567 Tha CLN x203
15625 0100 0130 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 12345   Nan CLN x212
15625 0100 0130 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 67      Cmn CLN x212
15625 0130 0200 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 123456  Yue CLN x212
15625 0130 0200 32S,33S,43N,44N TRM 125 25   10 206 7       Cmn CLN x212
15500 0300 0330 48              TRM 125 270   0 216 1234567 Orm CLN x113
15500 0400 0430 48              TRM 125 270   0 216 1234567 Amh CLN x110
17780 0500 0600 38E,39,47N,48N  TRM 250 300  30 216 1234567 Ara CLN x315
15610 1130 1200 49N             TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Shn CLN x209
15400 1200 1230 49              TRM 125 60  -30 216 1234567 Mnw CLN x209
11825 1200 1300 44NE,45NW       TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Kor CLN x207
15430 1230 1300 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 146     Mni CLN x214
15430 1230 1300 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 2357    Ben CLN x214
15430 1300 1330 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 1234567 Nep CLN x213
11935 1300 1400 43N,44N         TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Cmn CLN x202
11945 1330 1400 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 14      Asm CLN x213
11945 1330 1400 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 56      Hmn CLN x222
11945 1330 1400 54N             TRM 125 90    0 217 237     Ind CLN x228
15180 1430 1500 49NW            TRM 125 45  -30 217 1234567 Kxf CLN x210
15215 1430 1500 49NW            TRM 125 60  -30 217 1234567 Mya CLN x209
 9730 1500 1530 41S             TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Tam CLN x220
 9740 1500 1530 41N             TRM 125 15    0 146 1234567 Nep CLN x215
15250 1500 1530 41NE            TRM 125 25   10 206 1234567 Lus CLN x213
11985 1530 1600 41N,42S         TRM 125 25   10 206 12347   Eng CLN x216
11985 1530 1600 41N,42S         TRM 125 25   10 206 56      Bod CLN x216
12035 1530 1600 41              TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Mar CLN x204
15525 1530 1600 41W             TRM 125 335 -10 206 1234567 Guj CLN x230
11985 1600 1630 41N             TRM 125 345   0 146 1234567 Urd CLN x217
15360 1630 1700 41NW            TRM 125 335 -10 206 1357    Snd CLN x229
15360 1630 1700 41N             TRM 125 345   0 206 246     Pus CLN x217
15155 1830 1900 48SW,52E,53NW   TRM 125 255 -15 216 1234567 Eng CLN x107
 9540 2100 2200 33S,43N,44N     TRM 125 15    0 146 1234567 Cmn CLN x202
 7350 0300 0330 48              NAU 250 140   0 216 1234567 Tir D   x109
 6045 0430 0500 37,38W          NAU 100 210   0 216 1234567 Fra D   x307
11980 0700 0800 37,38W          NAU 125 210   0 218 1234567 Ara D   x307
15160 0800 0830 37,38W          NAU 250 210   0 218 1234567 Kab D   x307
15145 0830 0900 37,38W          NAU 100 210   0 218 1234567 Shi D   x307
 9610 1000 1100 28W             NAU 100 180   0 216 1       Ita D   x305
11730 1330 1500 42,43W          NAU 250 75    0 216 1234567 Cmn D   x224
 9830 1600 1630 28SE            NAU 125 135   0 216 1234567 Bul D   x301
11035 1630 1700 48              NAU 250 139   0 216 1234567 Tir D   x109
12035 1630 1700 48              NAU 250 141   0 216 1234567 Amh D   x110
 9895 1900 1930 46W             NAU 250 218   0 216 1234567 Wol D   x119
 6070 1900 2000 37,38W          NAU 250 210   0 216 1234567 Ara D   x307
 7205 1930 2000 37,38W          NAU 125 210   0 216 1234567 Shi D   x307
 5975 0400 0430 28SE            ISS 125 95    0 206 1234567 Bul F   x301
 7220 0600 0630 46S             ISS 250 200  15 216 1234567 Fra F   x104
 7375 0600 0630 46S             ISS 250 162   0 196 1234567 Fra F   x104
11880 0700 0730 46S             ISS 250 170   8 196 1234567 Fra F   x104
15490 1630 1700 48              ISS 250 122   0 211 1234567 Som F   x114
 9800 1730 1800 37,38W          ISS 125 180  18 196 1234567 Kab F   x307
11870 1730 1800 48              ISS 250 126   0 216 1234567 Orm F   x113
 6065 0300 0400 53              MDC 100 20    0 700 1234567 Mlg MDG x111
17670 1300 1400 43S,49          MDC 250 65   15 158 1234567 Vie MDG x223
15255 1400 1430 41S             MDC 250 55    5 158 1234567 Sin MDG x221
 6055 1400 1500 53              MDC 100 20    0 700 1234567 Mlg MDG x111
15150 1500 1530 41N             MDC 250 40  -10 158 1234567 Pan MDG x217
15680 1530 1600 41S             MDC 250 35  -15 158 1234567 Mal MDG x220
17730 1530 1600 41              MDC 250 45  -20 157 1234567 Hin MDG x204
17730 1600 1630 41              MDC 250 35  -15 158 1234567 Eng MDG x204
11720 1700 1728 48SW,53NW       MDC 250 330  10 158 1234567 Swa MDG x117
11985 1900 2000 38E,39,47N,48N  MDC 250 340 -10 157 1234567 Ara MDG x315
 9515 2000 2030 37,38W          MDC 125 320   0 158 1234567 Fra MDG x307
17570 2000 2030 46SW            MDC 250 295  15 158 1234567 Mos MDG x121
 9855 1530 1600 41E             DB  100 137   0 418 1234567 Ori TJK x231
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 26)

AUSTRALIA    Reach Beyond B18 / 7190 kHz, move soon to 7530 kHz channel.

Looking at today's revision to the B-18 broadcast schedule, the assignment
at 7190 kHz has disappeared and been replaced by a new one at 7530 kHz.

I've received the following this morning from the frequency manager
at Reach Beyond Australia:

"I wish to advise that we have moved off the 7190 frequency as a matter of
courtesy. I say that because ACMA is still telling me that it is OK for us
to transmit on the frequency. I have asked ACMA to escalate the issue to
senior personnel in ACMA. They are quoting Radio Reg 4.4 in the reverse
direction saying you are interfering with us. I realise this is a really
hot issue and needs to be resolved at a higher level than any of us.
Bearing this in mind I would ask you to proceed with a formal complaint to
your regulatory bodies making the complaint against ACMA and not us. We
are the meat in the sandwich as they say. By doing this hopefully all
regulatory bodies concerned will correctly align themselves and prevent
any similar incident in the future. If that can happen then all the angst
will be worth it."
(Richard Lamont-UK G4DYA, Intruder Watch Coordinator, Radio Society
of Great Britain; via Harald Kuhl-D  <intruderalert_iaru-region1>  Oct 30)

B-18 schedule, Oct 28 2018 to March 30, 2019

7530(ex7190) 1500-1535 44,45 KNX 100 335  15 216 1234567 Kor HCA Korea
also English 1515-1530 Fris only.

Excellent news! Thanks to all involved for solving this.
Harald, DL1ABJ

7190.0 kHz BC KNX at 1500 UT here with S=9.
I informed the German PTT for an official complaint.
(Wolf Hadel-D  DK2OM, <merope -at- t-online.de> intruderalert Oct 29)

Von Uli aus der IARU Region-1 Bandwacht im Maerz 2009:
Harmful Interference expected on 7190 kHz.

Dear Sir or Madam,
At the World Radio Conference at Geneva 2003 it was agreed that the
section 7100 - 7200 kHz will be exclusive to the Amateur Radio Service
starting March 2009.

Dies schliesst auch den Kanal 7200 kHz ein,
d.h. das untere Seitenband vom 7205 kHz Kanal endet bei 10 kHz Bandbreite
unterhalb bei 7200.001 kHz oder ?

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

Die Bundesnetzagentur (exRegTP) hatte im Maerz 2009 folgendermassen
ausgesagt:

>Aus Sicht der "Radio Regulations" (siehe Abschnitt 1, 4.5) ist nach
>diesem Zeitpunkt eine Nutzung der Frequenz 7200 kHz durch Rundfunksender
>in der Sendeart A3E sicher nicht zulaessig, da dann Anteile des Signals
>in den Bereich des Amateurfunks unterhalb 7200 kHz hineinreichen wuerden.

>Umgekehrt gilt dies auch fuer die Funkamateure, die zwar den Bereich bis
>7200 kHz nutzen duerfen, aber die Wahl ihrer Frequenz so gestalten
>muessen, dass ebenfalls alle relevanten Anteile des Signals innerhalb
>des Amateurbandes bleiben. Insofern ergibt sich keinerlei Unterschied
>zur bisherigen Handhabe im Bereich der Frequenz 7100 kHz, die die alte
>"Grenze" zwischen beiden Diensten darstellte.

>Unabhaengig davon beginnt ab 29.03.2009 der Rundfunkbereich bei 7200 kHz,
>d.h., der Bereich 7200 - 7205 kHz steht z. B. fuer das untere Seitenband
>einer A3E-Aussendung mit der Traegerfrequenz 7205 kHz zur Verfuegung.

Die anderen erbaulichen Missionssender, wie AWR, TWR und die Evangelen
in den USA kennen die Regularien, oder werden zumindest durch ihre lokalen
FCC's bei Frequenz-Uebertretungen 'eingefangen'.
(wb, df5sx)

AUSTRALIA   [INTRUDER ALERT]
Reach Beyond in B-18 on hamband QRG 7190 kHz.  Not amused,
(Pekka Kemppinen-FIN  OH2BLU, Intruder Alert Oct 17)

B-18 schedule, Oct 28 2018 to March 30, 2019

7530 now! 1500-1535 UT to zones 44,45 KNX 100kW 335deg slew15deg ant#216
daily Korean HCA to Korea; also English 1515-1530 UT Fris only.
73 wolfie df5sx

The KNX transmitter site is Kununurra, Western Australia.
The responsible administration is Australia.
First TX housing at G.C. location 15 47 54.45 S  128 41 07.88 E

New - second - TX location with few (7 ?) curtain antennas
and TX house at
15 48 44.19 S  128 40 00.56 E

but also seldom seen reflector antenna,
a cubical quad antenna and a steerable antenna with a parabolic
reflective curtain which can cover 180 degrees almost due
west to due east.

The steerable antenna dipole rolls taken originally
from HCJB site in Quito Pifo Ecuador in December 2007,
at westerly Kununurra  G.C. location at

15 48 49.86 S  128 39 47.95 E
<https://goo.gl/maps/dZzTyRgTYEK2>

<https://binged.it/2CUtc7u>

73, Dave K1ZZ  (IARU Amateur Radio Intruder Alert Oct 17)

BRAZIL   6180 kHz  Radio Nacional da Amazonia at 2335 UT in Portuguese
with a mix of Brazilian ballads, ranchero-like vocals, and Brasopops and a
male DJ with talk with mentions of "Musica do Brasil" - Very Good Oct 20.
(Mark Coady-Ont-CAN, dxld Oct 22)

6180 kHz, Radio Nacional da Amazonia at 0104 UT in Portuguese with a man
with a "Radio Nacional do Brasil" ID and repeated slogans mentioning
"radio programma" and "Nacional" over music as if a tape cartridge was
playing over and over to 0109 UT and a male DJ with IDs and promos and a
brief Brazilian ballad and a man and woman with talk at 0111 UT then
lively woodwind instrumentals at 0113 UT and lively dance music at 0155 UT
re-check - Very Good Oct 22.
(Mark Coady-Ont-CAN, dxld Oct 22)

6180 kHz a rarely active frequency, tho 11780 kHz is now regular
1100/0300 UT. Was 11780 kHz also on the air when 6180 kHz was,
i.e. two transmitters?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 22)

11780 kHz, Radio Nacional da Amazonia at 0055 UT in Portuguese with
ranchero-like male vocals and a male DJ with mentions of "Radio Nacional"
and "Brasil" and into a male ballad at 0057 UT then a man with a "Radio
Nacional" ID at 0100 UT and a man and woman with "Nacional Informa" news
program - Good Oct 17 - I was monitoring the frequency just before 1100 UT
on October 17th and caught them signing on right at the top of the hour so
their broadcast day definitely does start at 1100 UT.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 22)

CUBA   13817.4-13822.6 and 13601.9-13607.5 kHz,
UNIDENTIFIED scratching noise signals, S=7-8.

"{CUBA. 13630 & 13770 kHz approx., on Oct 15 at 1348 UT, FM spurs out of
RHC 13700-AM, barely detectable with tell-tale F# tone but no readable
modulation; even less so around 13773, 13763, 13637, 13623, 13555 kHz, so
the main peaks are plus and minus 70 kHz, but now also elsewhere in
between. Need to tighten them up! Something's always wrong at RHC ...
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 15) }"

Log 31, 25, 22, and 19 mb 2100-2230 UT, Oct 15.

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

Wolfy, by this item you seem to be implying that the signals you heard are
related to the FM spurs I sometimes get out of the RHC 13700 kHz AM
transmitter but only before 1500 UT. No, these are two Radio Marti
frequencies, where at least residual pulse jamming often continues
whether RMarti is on them or not (and 13820 kHz will not replace
13605 kHz until B-18.)
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 22)

CUBA   5040even, RHC Bauta in Spanish(!) language, full Latin America
schedule read an given at 0500 UT. S=9+5dB signal.

6165even, RHC Bauta English sce, at 0510 UT on Oct 21, comment on ISR
occupation of Palestine, S=9+20dB in MI and NY. // 6100.0 kHz weak S=7-8
signal(?), // 6060.003 kHz Bauta too, latter muffled distorted audio. and
// 6000even RHC Quivican San Felipe 'TITAN' site transmission, 0518 UT
fine audio quality today, powerful S=9+30dB or -52dBm strength. Log Oct 21
at 0420 to 0530 UT, on remote units in Doha Qatar, Belgium, Hungary and NY
and MI US states.
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21)

EGYPT   9895 kHz, Radio Cairo at 2100 UT in listed French with a woman
with talk and a Middle Eastern music bridge then the woman and a man in
conversation at 2101 - Great signal but indiscernable audio Oct 19 - I
hate to have to say this but, since they refuse to correct their audio
problems between their studios and their transmitters, why don't they do
everyone a favour and stop wasting bandwidth airing a program no one can
understand and just give up broadcasting anything?
(Mark Coady-Ont-CAN, ODXA iog via dlx Oct 22)

In B-18 Abis transmission 5 kHz up on 9900 kHz requested,
French 2000 UT, English 2115-2245 UT, wb.

ERITREA   7140.020 kHz, V of Broad Masses. Dimtse, Asmara, HoA music on
the air. No Jamming. S=9+5dB in Qatar. Remained after peace talks ETH -
ERI recently. 0430 UT. Log Oct 21 at 0420 to 0530 UT, on remote units in
Doha Qatar, Belgium, Hungary and NY and MI US states.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21)

FRANCE   6105 kHz, NHK World Radio Japan via TDF Issoudun relay site, Oct
20, 0347-0359 UT, in Japanese, the usual singing competition, some better
than average coroners this time. Announcer finishes up with an embellished
flair; first time I heard the end of the show, which concludes with a
simple beep, then only dead air. Fair to good with moderate QRN and
fading.
(Ronald Sives-PA-USA, NASWA Flashsheet via dxld Oct 22) 02-04 UT CeAM sce

GERMANY   Low power hobby radio. Universe Radio on new erected 7440 kHz
via Channel292 Shortwave Broadcast Schedule, Nov 4th 2018, Live.

To celebrate 6 years of on-line radio we will do a live combination of
on-line and shortwave radio. In a 7 hour special we will bring back
the sounds of the 70's, 80's and 90's to the airwaves with of course a
touch of modern music. We will be transmitting through 7440 kHz, the new
Channel292 Frequency. Thank you Rainer for setting it up again!

Times are in CET [UT +1hr]: [Sunday]
1100-1200 Hello Europe with Michiel Bouwmeester
1200-1400 Record Attic with Maurice van Ginderen
1400-1600 Full Throttle with Olaf Kerkhof
1600-1800 Panic Show Back in Time with M Bouwmeester & Bennito Mol

source:
<http://www.universeradio.nl/index.php/shortwave/>
(via Harald Kuhl-D  DL1ABJ, Germany, BrDXC ng Oct 16)

GERMANY   BR-MW-Sendemast in Hof heute gesprengt.

Im Radioforum wurden heute erste Berichte der Sprengung des schon seit
geraumer Zeit nicht mehr genutzten MW-Masten verteilt.

Zeitweise wurde der Mast fuer die Abstrahlung der DAB-Programme fuer DAB
genutzt, jedoch gab es Probleme mit der 400 m entfernten Bundeswehr, die
dort eine ELOKA-Abteilung betreibt, ausserdem gab es Personen, die sich
seit der DAB Aufschaltung ueber Kopfweh beklagten, obwohl die Grenzwerte
nur zu 10% ausgenutzt wurden.

Der 72 Meter lange Sendemast an der Hofer Hohensaas faellt zu Boden.

<https://www.frankenpost.de/region/hof/Funkmast-an-der-Hofer-Hohensaas-
gesprengt;art83415,6400027,D::sts1487,2077>

<https://www.frankenpost.de/region/hof/Funkmast-an-der-Hofer-Hohensaas-
gesprengt;art83415,6400027>

the old Radio Munich interval signal - click between the notes

<https://www.br.de/import/audiovideo/pausenzeichen-alter-peter-100.html>

Sonntag Okt 28, 2018, 08.27 Uhr CET/MEZ: Sprengung.

Er war rund 72 Meter hoch und galt als Stoerenfried.
Nun ist der Sendemast an der Hofer Hohensaas Geschichte.

Ein lauter Knall. Danach dauerte es nur zehn Sekunden, bis sich der
Sendemast zu Boden gesenkt hatte. Der Bayerische Rundfunk hat seine knapp
72 Meter hohe Anlage am Sonntagmorgen waehrend eines spektakulaeren
Einsatzes an der Hofer Hohensaas von einer Spezialfirma sprengen lassen.
Damit ist der Rueckbau der seit knapp zwei Jahren ungenutzten Anlage nun
so gut wie abgeschlossen.

Wie berichtet, hat der BR den Senderstandort Hof-Hohensaas aufgegeben;
bereits im November 2016 war der DAB-Sender ausser Betrieb gegangen.
Seither strahlt der Bayerische Rundfunk seine Digitalsender vom Hofer
Labyrinth aus.

Fuer den Funkmast an der Hohensaas gab es also keine Verwendung mehr. Der
Unterhalt ist aber teuer, deshalb habe man ihn nun entfernt, erklaert ein
Vertreter der BR-Pressestelle der Frankenpost. "Auch wenn die Anlage
ausser Betrieb war, haetten wir weiterhin Pacht fuer das Gelaende sowie
Wartungs- und Unterhaltskosten aufbringen muessen, um die allgemeine
Verkehrssicherheit zu gewaehrleisten."

Exakt um 08.27 Uhr hrs CET/MEZ ertoente das Signal fuer die Sprengung.
Zwei von drei Pardunen, also Abspannseilen, die den Funkmast aufrecht
hielten, wurden mit sogenannten Schneidladungen, einem Sprengstoff fuer
Stahl, gekappt. Dann kippte der Mast unter den Augen von Sprengmeister
Mike Buehring und Helfern des THW in die zuvor bestimmte Richtung.

[read more under]

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(details via Frankenpost newspaper by '_Ann_Kristin_Schmittgall_'  Oct 28)

GERMANY   PRESS RELEASES
DWL Bonn names Erkan Arikan as the new head of the Turkish department

The 49-year-old Arikan is leaving his position at WDR to move to Germany's
international broadcaster. He currently oversees the Turkish-language
offerings of the international and intercultural radio program Cosmo,
formerly Funkhaus Europa.

Arikan also held this position from 2003 to 2008 before moving to a
position as senior editor and moderator at ARD-aktuell in Hamburg. He
worked as a reporter for NDR aktuell and for WDR Lokalzeit in Duesseldorf
starting in 2013 before returning to manage the Turkish editorial team at
Cosmo in 2016.

Gerda Meuer, DW's Director of Programming: "Erkan Arikan is a seasoned
journalist, a passionate reporter and a longtime chief editor. He is a
proven expert in Turkish issues and is a doer with an innovative mind. He
is the right man at the right time for DW. Much of his focus will be on
the development of our new Turkish channel."

Erkan Arikan: "During a period of rapid political change in Turkey, I am
looking forward to taking up this journalistically engaging and
challenging position at DW. Taking into account the currently strained
relationship between Germany and Turkey, it will be a to launch a Turkish-
language video channel with the goal of building bridges between the two
countries."

Arikan came to Berlin as the son of Turkish guest workers, where he
studied law and journalism at the Free University. Arikan interned at the
TV news channel n-tv where he later worked as an editor and moderator
until 2003. Arikan has both German and Turkish citizenship. He is married
and is the father of two daughters.

DW currently offers comprehensive online news and information in Turkish
with an editorial portfolio that includes an extensive social media
presence. Individual articles are also distributed through partner
portals. Fearing reactive measures by Turkish authorities, potential new
partners are increasingly rejecting cooperation with independent Western
news providers. This makes DW's in-house efforts to strengthen its own
platforms - along with the further expansion of social media channels -
increasingly important.

Author Christoph Jumpelt, Oct 16
Permalink  <https://p.dw.com/p/36dAf>
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, Oct 20)

INDIA   AIR B-18 schedules.
The latest B-18 schedules of AIR is now available in my website as
follows, which  is updated frequently:

Frequency Wise (Home & External combined)

<https://qsl.net/vu2jos/sw/freq.htm>

External Service (Time wise):

<https://qsl.net/vu2jos/es/time.htm>

External Service (Language wise):

<https://qsl.net/vu2jos/es/Language.htm>

(Jose Jacob-IND  VU2JOS, <www.qsl.net/vu2jos>
via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 31)

INDONESIA   3325  Voice of Indonesia I just caught the top of hour
announcements at 1400 UT today on 3325 kHz for the ending of the English
transmission of The International Service of VoI. Mentioned the correct
frequency and sounded like a well produced segment. Very nice audio this
morning and into I believe to be the Indonesian program of VoINS.
(Mick Delmage-Alb-CAN, dxld Oct 22)

3325 kHz, Voice of Indonesia, via RRI Palangkaraya, briefly checking at
1224 & 1234 UT, on Oct 21. Another day with no Jakarta audio feed, but
just the Palangkaraya carrier.

3325 kHz, Voice of Indonesia, via RRI Palangkaraya, briefly checking at
1222 & 1245 UT, on Oct 22. Another day with no Jakarta audio feed, but
just the Palangkaraya carrier. A waste of electricity!
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, direct and dxld via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 22)

IRAN   IRIB/VOIRI Teheran, B-18 season requests:

 5920 1420 1520 41                    SIR 500 90  -25 218 Hin HINDI--
 5925 1550 1720 29S,39N               SIR 500 298 -15 218 Tur TURKISH
 5925 1820 1920 28S                   SIR 500 295   0 156 Sqi ALBANIAN
 5935 1620 1720 40E,41W               ZAH 500 0     0 935 Pus PUSHTO-
 5935 2220 2320 49,54                 SIR 500 115   0 218 Ind MALAY_INS
 5940 1520 1620 40E,41N               SIR 500 80    0 156 Urd URDU---
 5945 1620 1720 29SE,39NE,40NW        SIR 500 320  25 156 Axm ARMENIAN
 5950 0050 0220 30SE,31SW,40E,41NW,42WSIR 500 65  -15 156 Tgk TAJIK--
 5955 1420 1520 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 218 Ben BENGALI
 5955 2050 2150 45                    SIR 500 60    0 218 Jpn JAPANESE
 5965 1520 1620 41,49,54              SIR 500 95   15 156 Eng ENGLISH
 5980 2320 0020 42-44                 SIR 500 68  -15 218 Cmn CHINA--
 6000 1250 1420 40E,41N               SIR 500 83    0 218 Urd URDU---
 6025 1720 1820 27,28                 SIR 500 313   0 218 Deu GERMAN-
 6040 1920 2020 27,28                 SIR 500 313   0 218 Eng ENGLISH
 6060 1730 0230 37-39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
 6070 0320 0420 38E,39W               SIR 500 285  15 156 Ara PALESTINE
 6075 0220 0320 40E,41W               SIR 500 65  -15 156 Pus PUSHTO-
 6090 2320 0220 12-16                 SIR 500 298 -15 218 Spa SPANISH
 6110 1720 1820 28S                   SIR 500 300  30 218 Bos BOSNIAN
 6135 1820 1920 27,28                 SIR 500 313   0 218 Fra FRENCH-
 6135 1920 1950 28S                   SIR 500 300  30 218 Ita ITALIAN
 6155 1420 1520 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 218 Ben BENGALI
 6155 1620 1650 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 218 Ben BENGALI
 6190 1920 1950 28S                   SIR 500 295   0 156 Ita ITALIAN
 7230 2320 0050 12-16                 SIR 500 240 -30 218 Spa SPANISH
 7305 1820 1920 28S                   SIR 500 320   0 146 Sqi ALBANIAN
 7310 1430 1730 37,38,39              ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
 7355 1320 1420 39                    SIR 500 313   0 218 KURDISH Sorani
 7360 0050 0220 30SE,31SW,40E,41NW,42WSIR 500 46  -30 216 Tgk TAJIK--
 7360 1220 1320 30S,31S,40E           ZAH 500 0     0 935 Pus PUSHTO-
 7360 2020 2120 27S,28S,37,38         SIR 500 298 -15 218 Spa SPANISH
 7370 0130 0330 39                    SIR 500 215   0 211 Ara ARABIC-South
 7370 0330 0600 39                    SIR 500 198   0 146 Ara ARABIC-South
 7375 1620 1650 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 145 Ben BENGALI
 7380 0230 0530 38,39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
 7390 0220 0320 40E,41W               SIR 500 60    0 211 Pus PUSHTO-
 7420 2220 2320 49,54                 SIR 500 120  30 218 Ind MALAY_INS
 7425 1720 1820 27,28                 SIR 500 320  25 156 Deu GERMAN-
 7425 2050 2150 45                    SIR 500 53  -30 218 Jpn JAPANESE
 7430 1620 1720 29SE,39NE,40NW        SIR 500 320   0 146 Axm ARMENIAN
 7445 1450 1550 30S,31S,40NE          SIR 500 30    0 206 Uzb UZBEK--
 9440 1030 1430 38,39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
 9490 2320 0020 42-44                 SIR 500 65  -15 156 Cmn CHINA--
 9510 1220 1320 30S,31S,40E           AHW 250 0     0 935 Pus PUSHTO-
 9655 1430 1730 39                    SIR 500 211  15 216 Ara ARABIC-South
 9755 0420 0450 38E,39W               SIR 500 293  30 218 Heb HEBREW-
 9800 1430 1730 39                    SIR 500 211  15 216 Ara ARABIC-South
 9810 1450 1550 30S,31S,40NE          AHW 500 0     0 935 Uzb UZBEK--
 9835 1320 1420 28E,29,30             SIR 500 336   0 146 Rus RUSSIAN
 9850 1820 1920 46,47                 SIR 500 253   0 218 Hau HAUSA--
 9900 1420 1520 41                    SIR 500 90    0 145 Hin HINDI--
11780 0420 0450 38E,39W               SIR 500 287   0 218 Heb HEBREW-
11875 0420 0550 29S,39N               SIR 500 310   0 211 Tur TURKISH
11880 1920 2020 52,53,57              SIR 500 211  15 216 Eng ENGLISH
12035 0550 0820 30S,31S,40E           SIR 500 65  -15 156 Prs DARI---
12085 1150 1250 42-44                 SIR 500 46  -30 216 Cmn CHINA--
13680 0450 0550 39S,47,48,52,53       SIR 500 211  15 216 Swa SWAHILI
13740 0920 1150 30S,31S,40E           SIR 500 80    0 156 Prs DARI---
13780 0600 0830 39                    SIR 500 216   0 216 Ara ARABIC-South
13790 0600 0830 39                    SIR 500 216   0 216 Ara ARABIC-South
13820 0530 0730 38,39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
13820 0830 1030 38,39                 SIR 500 282   0 146 Ara ARABIC-West
13830 1050 1150 45                    SIR 500 60  -30 218 Jpn JAPANESE
13830 1150 1250 42-44                 SIR 500 68  -15 218 Cmn CHINA--
15130 0930 1130 39                    SIR 500 198   0 146 Ara ARABIC-South
15130 1130 1430 39                    SIR 500 198   0 146 Ara ARABIC-South
15140 0450 0550 39S,47,48,52,53       SIR 500 216   0 216 Swa SWAHILI
15180 1220 1320 49,54                 SIR 500 115   0 218 Ind MALAY_INS
15200 0720 0820 27S,28S,37,38         SIR 500 300  30 218 Spa SPANISH
15235 0920 1020 30,31                 SIR 500 18    0 146 Kaz KAZAKH-
15240 1150 1220 38E,39W               SIR 500 288 -25 218 Heb HEBREW-
15240 1150 1220 38E,39W               SIR 500 293  30 218 Heb HEBREW_
15360 0550 0650 46,47                 SIR 500 263   0 218 Hau HAUSA--
17540 0720 0820 27S,28S,37,38         SIR 500 298 -15 218 Spa SPANISH
17570 1220 1320 49,54                 SIR 500 107   0 216 Ind MALAY_INS
17660 0920 1020 30,31                 SIR 500 31   15 218 Kaz KAZAKH_

IRIB/VOIRI Teheran, B-18 season requests, language sorted:
 5925 1820 1920 28S                   SIR 500 295   0 156 Sqi ALBANIAN
 7305 1820 1920 28S                   SIR 500 320   0 146 Sqi ALBANIAN
 7370 0130 0330 39                    SIR 500 215   0 211 Ara ARABIC-South
 7370 0330 0600 39                    SIR 500 198   0 146 Ara ARABIC-South
13780 0600 0830 39                    SIR 500 216   0 216 Ara ARABIC-South
13790 0600 0830 39                    SIR 500 216   0 216 Ara ARABIC-South
15130 0930 1130 39                    SIR 500 198   0 146 Ara ARABIC-South
15130 1130 1430 39                    SIR 500 198   0 146 Ara ARABIC-South
 9655 1430 1730 39                    SIR 500 211  15 216 Ara ARABIC-South
 9800 1430 1730 39                    SIR 500 211  15 216 Ara ARABIC-South
 7380 0230 0530 38,39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
13820 0530 0730 38,39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
13820 0830 1030 38,39                 SIR 500 282   0 146 Ara ARABIC-West
 9440 1030 1430 38,39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
 7310 1430 1730 37,38,39              ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
 6060 1730 0230 37-39                 ZAH 500 289   0 145 Ara ARABIC-West
 5945 1620 1720 29SE,39NE,40NW        SIR 500 320  25 156 Axm ARMENIAN
 7430 1620 1720 29SE,39NE,40NW        SIR 500 320   0 146 Axm ARMENIAN
 5955 1420 1520 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 218 Ben BENGALI
 6155 1420 1520 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 218 Ben BENGALI
 6155 1620 1650 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 218 Ben BENGALI
 7375 1620 1650 41NE                  SIR 500 90    0 145 Ben BENGALI
 6110 1720 1820 28S                   SIR 500 300  30 218 Bos BOSNIAN
12085 1150 1250 42-44                 SIR 500 46  -30 216 Cmn CHINA--
13830 1150 1250 42-44                 SIR 500 68  -15 218 Cmn CHINA--
 5980 2320 0020 42-44                 SIR 500 68  -15 218 Cmn CHINA--
 9490 2320 0020 42-44                 SIR 500 65  -15 156 Cmn CHINA--
12035 0550 0820 30S,31S,40E           SIR 500 65  -15 156 Prs DARI---
13740 0920 1150 30S,31S,40E           SIR 500 80    0 156 Prs DARI---
 5965 1520 1620 41,49,54              SIR 500 95   15 156 Eng ENGLISH
 6040 1920 2020 27,28                 SIR 500 313   0 218 Eng ENGLISH
11880 1920 2020 52,53,57              SIR 500 211  15 216 Eng ENGLISH
 6135 1820 1920 27,28                 SIR 500 313   0 218 Fra FRENCH-
 6025 1720 1820 27,28                 SIR 500 313   0 218 Deu GERMAN-
 7425 1720 1820 27,28                 SIR 500 320  25 156 Deu GERMAN-
15360 0550 0650 46,47                 SIR 500 263   0 218 Hau HAUSA--
 9850 1820 1920 46,47                 SIR 500 253   0 218 Hau HAUSA--
 9755 0420 0450 38E,39W               SIR 500 293  30 218 Heb HEBREW-
11780 0420 0450 38E,39W               SIR 500 287   0 218 Heb HEBREW-
15240 1150 1220 38E,39W               SIR 500 288 -25 218 Heb HEBREW-
15240 1150 1220 38E,39W               SIR 500 293  30 218 Heb HEBREW_
 5920 1420 1520 41                    SIR 500 90  -25 218 Hin HINDI--
 9900 1420 1520 41                    SIR 500 90    0 145 Hin HINDI--
 6135 1920 1950 28S                   SIR 500 300  30 218 Ita ITALIAN
 6190 1920 1950 28S                   SIR 500 295   0 156 Ita ITALIAN
13830 1050 1150 45                    SIR 500 60  -30 218 Jpn JAPANESE
 5955 2050 2150 45                    SIR 500 60    0 218 Jpn JAPANESE
 7425 2050 2150 45                    SIR 500 53  -30 218 Jpn JAPANESE
15235 0920 1020 30,31                 SIR 500 18    0 146 Kaz KAZAKH-
17660 0920 1020 30,31                 SIR 500 31   15 218 Kaz KAZAKH_
 7355 1320 1420 39                    SIR 500 313   0 218 KURDISH Sorani
15180 1220 1320 49,54                 SIR 500 115   0 218 Ind MALAY_INS
17570 1220 1320 49,54                 SIR 500 107   0 216 Ind MALAY_INS
 5935 2220 2320 49,54                 SIR 500 115   0 218 Ind MALAY_INS
 7420 2220 2320 49,54                 SIR 500 120  30 218 Ind MALAY_INS
 6070 0320 0420 38E,39W               SIR 500 285  15 156 Ara PALESTINE
 6075 0220 0320 40E,41W               SIR 500 65  -15 156 Pus PUSHTO-
 7390 0220 0320 40E,41W               SIR 500 60    0 211 Pus PUSHTO-
 7360 1220 1320 30S,31S,40E           ZAH 500 0     0 935 Pus PUSHTO-
 9510 1220 1320 30S,31S,40E           AHW 250 0     0 935 Pus PUSHTO-
 5935 1620 1720 40E,41W               ZAH 500 0     0 935 Pus PUSHTO-
 9835 1320 1420 28E,29,30             SIR 500 336   0 146 Rus RUSSIAN
15200 0720 0820 27S,28S,37,38         SIR 500 300  30 218 Spa SPANISH
17540 0720 0820 27S,28S,37,38         SIR 500 298 -15 218 Spa SPANISH
 7360 2020 2120 27S,28S,37,38         SIR 500 298 -15 218 Spa SPANISH
 7230 2320 0050 12-16                 SIR 500 240 -30 218 Spa SPANISH
 6090 2320 0220 12-16                 SIR 500 298 -15 218 Spa SPANISH
13680 0450 0550 39S,47,48,52,53       SIR 500 211  15 216 Swa SWAHILI
15140 0450 0550 39S,47,48,52,53       SIR 500 216   0 216 Swa SWAHILI
 5950 0050 0220 30SE,31SW,40E,41NW,42WSIR 500 65  -15 156 Tgk TAJIK--
 7360 0050 0220 30SE,31SW,40E,41NW,42WSIR 500 46  -30 216 Tgk TAJIK--
11875 0420 0550 29S,39N               SIR 500 310   0 211 Tur TURKISH
 5925 1550 1720 29S,39N               SIR 500 298 -15 218 Tur TURKISH
 6000 1250 1420 40E,41N               SIR 500 83    0 218 Urd URDU---
 5940 1520 1620 40E,41N               SIR 500 80    0 156 Urd URDU---
 7445 1450 1550 30S,31S,40NE          SIR 500 30    0 206 Uzb UZBEK--
 9810 1450 1550 30S,31S,40NE          AHW 500 0     0 935 Uzb UZBEK--
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21)

IRAN   Dear friends,
from IRIB Tehran I have got the following valid Email addresses:

<english@parstoday.com>
<french@parstoday.com>
<italian@parstoday.com>
<spanish@parstoday.com>
<russian@parstoday.com>
<indonesian@parstoday.com>
<german@parstoday.com>
(Volker Willschrey-D, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 28)

IRAN/SAUDI ARABIA  7410.005 kHz, IRIB Sirjan Arabic and co-channel another
Riyadh ARS like spoken Arabic program as jamming. 20 kHz broadband audio
block. Powerhouse S=9+45dB or -34dBm at 0444 UT. Log Oct 21 at 0420 to
0530 UT, on remote units in Doha Qatar, Belgium, Hungary and NY and MI US
states.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21)

JAPAN   [AFGHANISTAN/AUSTRIA/BANGLADESH/FRANCE/GERMANY/INDIA/INDONESIA/
IRAQ/KURDISTAN/LITHUANIA/MADAGASCAR/MYANMAR/PALAU/PALESTINE/RUSSIA/
SINGAPORE/SOUTH AFRICA/TAJIKISTAN/TANZANIA/THAILAND/U.A.E./USA/
UZBEKISTAN/VATICAN STATE/WEST BANK]

NHK World - Radio Japan Tokyo  -  October 28, 2018 - March 25, 2019.
B-18 winter season file, according NHK World Radio Japan leaflet.

Foreign language and Japanese Services

<https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/resources/brochure/pdf/rj_frequency.pdf>

Arabic
0600-0630 ME/NoAF   6165iss
2000-2030 ME FM via Radio Dijla, Baghdad-IRQ 88.3, Suleymania 93.0,
          Basra 88.5, Kirkuk Erbil 95.7, Mosul 93.1 MHz in Iraq on FM.
2000-2030 ME FM via Reehan FM, Ramallah 87.8, Jerico 95.6,
          in Palestine on FM.

for details please access URL
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ar/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

Bengali
1300-1345 SoWeAS  11685sng
1500-1545 SoWeAS  FM via Bangladesh Betar, Dhaka 104.0, Chittagong 88.8,
          Comilla 101.2, Khulna 88.8, Rajshahi 88.8, Rangpur 105.6,
          Sylhet 105.2 MHz in Bangladesh on FM.

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/bn/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

Burmese
1030-1100 SoEaAS  11740sng
1430-1500 SoEaAS  11740sng

Via MRTV Myanmar Radio Yangon Yaegu, Myanmar.
1445-1500 Mon-Wed, 1445-1505 UT on Sat/Sun
          SoEaAS  SW 5985 MW 576 Myanma Radio, Yangon Yaegu
          SoEaAS  MW  594 Myanma Radio, Nay Pyi Taw
2340-2400 SoEaAS  13650yam

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/my/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/my/radio/howto/#radio-howto-idx-time>

Chinese - time schedule reshuffeled.
0430-0500 AS 11825yam
1130-1200 AS  6090yam
1230-1300 AS  6190yam
1330-1400 AS  6190yam
1430-1500 AS  6190yam
2230-2250 AS  9560yam

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/zh/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

English
0500-0530 EUR            6155mos-AUT
0500-0530 AF/EaAF/SoAF   7410iss-F__
0500-0530 AF/EaAF/SoAF   9860smg-VAT

1100-1130 SoEaAS        11825sng-SNG

1400-1430 SoWeAS         6165tac-UZB
1400-1430 SoEaAS        11925pal-PAL KHBN site

Via MRTV Myanmar Radio Yangon Yaegu, Myanmar.
1540-1600          Thurs and Fris
          SoWeAS   SW 5985 MW 576 Myanma Radio, Yangon Yaegu
          SoWeAS   MW  594 Myanma Radio, Nay Pyi Taw

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/resources/brochure/pdf/rj_en.pdf>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/radio/>

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/chronology/index.html>

French
0530-0600 WeAF     11730iss
0530-0600 CeAF     13840mdg
2030-2100 WeAF      9855mdg

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/fr/radio/howto/#radio-howto-idx-time>

Hindi
1830-1900 SoWeAS   FM via Big FM. 92.7 MHz New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata,
                   Bangalore, Hyderabad.
0059-0120 SoWeAS    6155tac
1430-1500 SoWeAS   15720mdg
1530-1600 SoWeAS    7565tac

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/hi/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

Indonesian
1115-1200 SoEaAS    9625pal

1205-1220 SoEaAS FM Elshinta &
1405-1435 SoEaAS FM Elshinta
          Jakarta 90.0, Bandung 89.3, Tegal 99.0, Surabaya 97.6,
          Medan 93.2, Semarang 91.0, Lampung 99.6, Sekayu 103.7,
          Palembang 96.7 MHz.

1400-1445 SoEaAS FM Indonesia
          90.9 MHz FM Ambom - Duta, 105.5 Bandung - Garuda,
          100.0 Bandar Lampung SAI, 91.7 Bandar Lampung -
          R.Heartline, 88.5 Banjarmasin - Chandra,
          103.1 Banyuwangi - GBS FM, 105.9 Bengkulu - Flamboyan,
          102.6 Cirebon - Maritim, 103.5 Kupang - DMWS, 104.1 Malang -
          Senaputra, 96.7 Mataran - Global Lombok, 92.1 Mojokerto -
          Satriya FM, 101.8 Palangkaraya - RCA, 101.0 Palu - Nebula,
          95.9 Pontianak - DIA FM, 106.8 Semarang - Thomson,
          104.7 Surabaya - Sindo Trijaya(!new), 106.2 Tarakan - Grass,
          103.5 Jambi - Jambi FM, 107.2 Yogyakarta - KR, 106.0 Banda Aceh
          - Nikoya, 106.9 Bantul - Global, 102.3 Batam - Kei FM,
          103.6 Biak - Perkasa, 96.5 Denpasar - Global Bali, 90.4 Kediri
          - Jayabaya FM, 92.5 Makassar - RAM,
          89.3 Makassar - Radio Fajar, 102.0 Manado - ROM2 FM, 106.6 Medan
          - Sonya, 102.6 Padang - Padang FM, 103.4 Palembang - LCBS,
          96.7 Pekanbaru - Green Radio, 105.1 Samarinda - Gema Nirwana,
          98.1 Serang - Harmony, 107.3 Solo - Karavan, 94.6 Taskmalaya
          - Style Radio, 92.5 Muaro Jambi, 93.9 Maros - ZIP,
          94.6 Aceh Tenggara - Lauser, 92.6 Batulicin - DongLay Nusantara,
          101.2 Pematangsintar - Cek Radio, 96.9 Waingapu - Max,
          98.8 MHz FM Wonosobo - Citra.
          MW 1170 kHz Simalungun - Radio Rasita.

1315-1400 SoEaAS   11925pal
2130-2200 SoEaAS    6075yam

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/id/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/id/radio/howto/#radio-howto-idx-time>

Japanese
0300-0400 AS FE     11790yam
0200-0500 AS        15195yam
0700-0800 AS        11825yam
0800-1600 AS         9750yam
2100-2400 AS        11910yam

2000-2100 OCE/Hawaii 9625yam

0200-0500 SoEaAS    17810yam
0700-0900 SoEaAS    15280yam
0900-1500 SoEaAS    11815yam
2100-2300 SoEaAS    11665yam

0200-0400 SoWeAS    15590yam
0900-1000 SoWeAS    15325yam
1500-1700 AF/SoWeAS/SoAS   9680yam

0800-1000 SoWeEUR/WeAF    15290iss
1700-1900 SoEUR/ceAF/soAF 11945iss
1900-2100 CeAF            15130iss

0300-0500 SoEaEUR/NE/ME/NoEaAF  9620nau
1700-1900 SoEaEUR/NE/ME/NoEaAF  9765nau
1900-2100 CeAS/ME/NE/NoAF       9670yam

0300-0500(!) SoAM    5960iss
1700-1900 SoAM      13720yam

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ja/radio/shortwave/>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ja/radio/howto/#short-wave-conts>

Korean
0415-0445 AS 13720yam
1100-1130 AS  6090yam
1200-1230 AS  6090yam
1300-1330 AS  6190yam
1400-1430 AS  6190yam
2209-2230 AS  9560yam

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ko/radio/howto/#short-wave-conts>

Persian
0400-0430 ME 11730tac
1430-1500 ME 13725iss
             FM Radio Killid in Kabul/Herat 88.0 MHz
1630-1700 ME MW927tjk

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/fa/>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/fa/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

Portuguese
0900-0930 SoAM  6195hri
2130-2200 SoAM 17540hri ( ? )
          (back in PDF file, but not appear on HFCC request file anymore!)

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/pt/radio/howto/#radio-howto-idx-time>

Russian
0330-0400 EU      MW 738msk  MW1386lit
0430-0500 EU       6165nau
0530-0600 EaAS FE 11790yam
1100-1130 EaAS FE  5985yam
1600-1630 EU      MW 738msk  MW927tjk
1730-1800 EU      MW1386lit

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ru/radio/howto/#radio-howto-idx-time>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ru/radio/howto/#short-wave-conts>

Spanish
0400-0430 CeAM     6195hri
0400-0430 CeSoAM   5985rmi
0930-1000 CeSoAM   6195hri

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/es/>
<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/es/radio/howto/#radio-howto-idx-time>

Swahili
0315-0400 EaAF   9560mdg
1729-1800 EaAF  13730mdg
1730-1800 EaAF  TZA FM TBC FM
          90.0 MHz Dar es Salaam, 88.1! Tanga-Mnyusi, 98.0 Arusha - Themi,
          104.4 Mara - Mkendo, 93.3 Mwanza - Nyashana, 105.7 Kagera
          - Kiziru, 98 Kigoma, 88.5 Tabora - Kazeh, 90.4! Dodoma - Imagi,
          100.4 Mbeya - Kawetere, 93.5! Lindi - Kipehe, 105.9 Masasi Town,
          97.4 Newala, 102.2! Tunduru, 103.0! Songea, 102.2! S/wanga,
          94.1! Mpanda, 88.3! Morogoro, 96.2! Iringa, 104.3 Moshi,
          96.7! Babati, 94.6! Singida, 102.3 Shinyanga, 89.7 Geita,
          94.1!Katavi, 92.5 MHz Tanzania (FM), Hits FM - Zanzibar.
          {a lot of FM frequencies re-shuffeled now, wb.}

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/sw/radio/howto/#radio-howto-idx-time>

Thai
0100-0130 SoEaAS Mon-Fri  FM Naresuan University Phitsanulok *)
                 Maha Sarakham  107.25 MHz
                 *) transmission temporarily suspended.
{0530-0545 SoEaAS FM Maejo Univ., Chiang Rai 95.5 MHz deleted, wb}
1130-1200 SoEaAS 11740sng
1230-1300 SoEaAs 11740sng
1230-1300 SoEaAS Mon - Fri
                 MW Thammasat University Radio, Bangkok MW 981 kHz
                 FM Mahasarakham University, Maha Sarakham
                 102.25 MHz
1230-1300 SoEaAS FM Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen 103.0 MHz
{1230-1245 SoEaAS FM Maejo Univ., Chiang Rai 95.5 MHz deleted, wb}
2259-2320 SoEaAS 13650yam

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/th/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

Urdu (time extended now back, again by 15 mins, to 45 mins total each)
1515-1600 SoWeAS 11775uae
1700-1745 SoWeAS MW927tjk

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ur/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

Vietnamese
1100-1130 SoEaAS 11740sng
1300-1315        Tues-Fris
1300-1320        Mon
1330-1345        Sat
1330-1350        Sun
          SoEaAS FM VoVTN Giao Thong
                 91.0 MHz Hanoi, HCMC, Can Tho, Quang Binh.
1300-1330 SoEaAS 11740sng
2320-2340 SoEaAS 13650yam

<http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/vi/radio/howto/#shortwave_radio>

SW / MW relays:
hri  HRI Furman-SC, South Carolina, USA
iss  TDF Issoudun, France
mdg  MDC MGLOB Madagascar
mey  SenTec Meyerton, South Africa
mos  ORS Moosbrunn, Austria
msk  Moscow, Russia
nau  MBR Nauen, Germany
pal  KHBN Palau
rmi  WRMI Okeechobee-FL, Florida USA
lit  RRT Lithuania
smg  VR  Santa Maria di Galeria, Vatican State.
sng  Babcock Kranji, Singapore
tac  RRTM Tashkent, Uzbekistan
tjk  Teleradiokom Dushanbe, Tajikistan
uae  Babcock Al Dhabayya, UAE

MW/SW relay on MRTV Myanmar Radio, Yangon Yaegu and Nay Pyi Taw sites;
FM/MW relay in Thailand;
and FM relays in Palestine West Bank, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India,
Indonesia, Iraq, Tanzania, and Vietnam.

Not anymore included in RJ printed leaflet, and not anymore on HFCC  B-18
database contain Fridays only DRM mode via 9760wof Babcock Woofferton U.K.
test transmission in RJ English 1100-1130 UT, and RJ Russian 1130-1200 UT,
which this transmission mode is ceased now for ever on NHK administration.

<https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/resources/brochure/pdf/rj_frequency.pdf>

(transformed by wb at wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21, 2018)

Some question marks set by Y.T.

-  what's about NHK Radio Japan Portuguese 17540 kHz via WHRI ? anymore ?

-  what's about DRM Mode 9760 kHz via ex-Babcock Woofferton-UK ?

A lot of FM channels changed in Tanzania ... Indonesia
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21)

JAPAN   774 kHz  Received (~1 month) QSL card from "NHK-2 Akita" /
JOUB (774 kHz). Report sent via form on website:

<http://nhk.or.jp/akita/contact/... >

<https://twitter.com/ivan_z_nv>

(Ivan Zelenyi (Nizhnevartovsk-RUS, hcdx / dxld Oct 22)

NEW ZEALAND   Detailed A-18 and B-18 schedules:
<https://www.radionz.co.nz/international/listen>

Notably in the 13-17 approx. period, HFCC shows 7390 or alt. 5950 kHz,
ex-5980 kHz in A-18 season.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 22)

NIGERIA   9690 kHz, Voice of Nigeria Abuja at 1905 UT on Oct 21 with
English ID and news items by a very heavily accented announcer.
Transmitter went off at 1912:15 UT until sporadic return at 1920:30 UT.
(Does not someone have an old copper kobo to put in the fuse box?). By
1925 UT became stable again. Drum interval signal at 1929 UT then into
language? Good Signal improving steadily by 1950 but intermittent
transmitter outs.
(Mick Delmage-Alb-CAN, dxld Oct 22)

9689.919 kHz  At 1837 UT on Oct 30 noted VoNigeria from Abuja site on
this channel, when checked against REE Noblejas Spain, but latter
not on air before 19 UT.
(wb. Oct 30)

SPAIN   Broadcasting on HF is not only declining, but sometimes it
expands. Various DXs are written in forums with a link to the Radio
Exterior de Espana website.

On October 28, the volume of REE broadcasting on weekdays will increase
from 4 to 8 hours a day.

Foreign languages ?? - in the schedule, however, still does not smell, and
even since time it has become too confusing: different clocks for
different geographic zones, different hours on weekdays and on weekends.

Mon-Fri 1600-2400 11685 (West Africa and South Atlantic),
                  12030 (Middle East and South Asia)
Mon-Fri 1900-0300  9690 (North America),
                  11940 (South America).

Sat/Sun 1500-2300  9690 (North America),
                  11685 (West Africa andSouth Atlantic),
                  11940 (South America),
                  12030 (Middle East and South Asia)

If we approach the matter formally, then we can say that on weekdays REE
will to work on HF in general for 11 hours, but as far as I understood it
will go on the air the same program, just with a 3-hour shift.
(Dmitry Mezin-RUS, / "open_dx" RUSdx Oct 28)

SPAIN  [also MADAGASCAR / NIGERIA]   re REE Noblejas Spain new scheduling.

Only tiny string here in Europe on 12030 kHz, S=4-5 strength at 18-19 UT
on Oct 29, 11940 kHz at S=5-6 level.

9690 is covered by strong MWV New Life Station, Mahajanga, Madagascar,
Russian language service of MWV. S=9+15dB.
Underneath heard a tiny signal on
9689.919 kHz odd frequency.
I guess is Voice of Nigeria Abuja in English on that channel.

But heard excellent REE Noblejas signals
in NY / MI northern US states at 1935 UT on Oct 29

9690 kHz 11.2 kHz wide audio block, S=9+15dB strength in NY/MI US states
11940 kHz S=9 too,
12030 kHz S=9+5dB too.

Now REE 9690 kHz here in Germany at S=7-8 level, in peaks to S=8.5 level
from 2000 UT visible on Oct 29.

Strong MWV New Life Station, Mahajanga, Madagascar Russian lang. stopped
at 2000 UT using that 31 mb channel, on Oct 29.

REE checked 0125 to 0143 UT time slot on Oct 30.

REE Noblejas still on 2 frequencies on air. Likely as requested in HFCC
coordination request, weekdays Mon-Fri - rather UT Tue to Sat -
to 0300 UT ?

REE 9690 kHz S=8 signal strength here in Germany,
but powerhouse S=9+25dB rather eastwards in Kiev Ukraine
remote Perseus SDR.

As well as //
on 11940 kHz S=7-8 strength in Germany, only poor S=3 in Kiev Ukraine.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 28 / 29 / 30)

12030 kHz  REE Noblejas did go into Russian language at 1800 UT,
and 9690 kHz still not on, just off-frequency Nigeria.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 29)

No sign of REE Noblejas on 9690 kHz, 11685, or 11940 kHz at 1645 UT today
(29 Oct 2018) neither here in New Brunswick Canada nor using the
Univeristy Enschede Twente remote SDR receiver. Only 12030 kHz kHz audible
(in Spanish) weakly here in NB-CAN, but with a strong signal using the
Uni Twente receiver.

Am recording 9690 kHz here in NB-CAN to see when they come on and whether
there will be any English today.
(Richard Langley-NB-CAN, dxld Oct 29)

SPAIN   Radio Exterior de Espana amplia su horario de transmisiones a
partir del 28 de octubre

Segun la pagina web de Radio Exterior de Espana, a partir del 28 de
octubre, ademas de cambiar las frecuencias para el horario de invierno,
ampliara su programacion, pasando a emitir de lunes a viernes desde la
1600 a la 0100 UT, y los sabados y domingos lo hara desde las 1500 a las
2300 UT.

<http://www.rtve.es/radio/20181019/radio-exterior-espana-amplia-emisiones-
onda-corta/1821780.shtml>

"Radio Exterior de Espana, el canal internacional de RNE, emitira ocho
horas diarias de lunes a domingo en Onda Corta a partir del proximo 28 de
octubre. Supone un incremento de cuatro horas en la transmision que se
realizaba anteriormente de lunes a viernes.

Con este aumento, Radio Exterior de Espana inicia una nueva etapa que
refuerza su programacion con nuevos espacios de produccion propia que van
a potenciar la tarea de servicio publico y fomentar y divulgar la cultura
y el idioma espanol, en definitiva, contribuye a colocar Espana en el
horizonte global de la epoca en la que vivimos.

"En clave turismo", "A golpe de bit", "Sin genero de duda", "Dicho con
musica" y "Tiempo flamenco" se incorporan a una programacion consolidada
con espacios como "Espanoles en la mar", "Marca Espana", "Punto de
enlace", "Mundo solidario", "Artesfera", "Europa abierta", "America hoy",
"Africa hoy" o "Asia hoy". Programas a los que se suma el emblematico "Un
idioma sin fronteras" que, una vez recuperado para la programacion,
continuara con su mision de llevar el espanol a cualquier rincon del
mundo.

Desde el punto de vista tecnico, Radio Exterior de Espana emitira su
programacion de lunes a viernes, para Africa Occidental y Atlantico sur,
Oriente Medio, Indico y Gran Sol, desde las 16 horas hasta las 24 horas UT
(Tiempo Universal Coordinado), es decir, de 17 a 01 hora oficial espanola.

Las frecuencias de emision:
- Africa Occidental y Atlantico sur, 11685 kHz, banda de 25 metros.
- Oriente Medio, Indico y Gran Sol,  12030 kHz, banda de 25 metros.

Hacia America del norte y sur, Radio Exterior de Espana transmitira
en onda corta, de lunes a viernes, de 19 a 03 horas UT, es decir,
de 20 a 04 hora oficial espanola.

Las frecuencias de emision:
- America del sur,                11940 kHz, banda de 25 metros.
- America del norte y Groenlandia, 9690 kHz, banda de 31 metros.

Los sabados y domingos, el Canal Internacional de RNE transmitira su
senal de 15 a 23 horas UT, es decir, de 16 a 24 hora oficial
espanola. Las frecuencias de emision y las zonas de cobertura son las
siguientes:

- Africa Occidental y Atlantico sur, 11685 kHz, banda de 25 metros.
- America del sur,                   11940 kHz, banda de 25 metros.
- America del norte y Groenlandia,    9690 kHz, banda de 31 metros.
- Oriente Medio, Indico y Gran Sol,  12030 kHz, banda de 25 metros.

Ademas de las ocho horas diarias de transmision por onda corta, Radio
Exterior de Espana emite su programacion ininterrumpida de 24 horas a
traves de internet, TDT, aplicaciones moviles y satelite:

- Ses Astras 1M:      frecuencia 11626.5 MHz.  Polarizacion vertical.
- Hispasat 1E:        frecuencia 12052 MHz.    Polarizacion vertical.
- Asiasat 5:          frecuencia  3700 MHz.    Polarizacion vertical.
- Eutelsat 5 West A:  frecuencia  3727 MHz.    Polarizacion circular
                                               derecha.
- Intelsat Galaxy-23: frecuencia  4191.35 MHz. Polarizacion vertical.

Los cambios de programacion y frecuencias son efectivos desde el 28 de
octubre de 2018 hasta el 31 de marzo de 2019."

translation:

According to the website of Radio Exterior de Espana, as of Oct 28, in
addition to changing the frequencies for winter time season, will expand
its programming, going to broadcast from Monday to Friday from 1600 to
0100 UT, and on Saturdays and Sundays will do it from 1500 to 2300 UT.
[times contradicted below]

<http://www.rtve.es/radio/20181019/radio-exterior-espana-amplia-emisiones-
onda-corta/1821780.shtml>

"Radio Exterior de Espana, the international channel of RNE, will
broadcast eight hours a day from Monday to Sunday at Onda Corta starting
on October 28, 2018. It represents a four-hour increase in the
transmission that was previously made from Monday to Friday.

With this increase, Radio Exterior of Spain begins a new stage that
reinforces its programming with new spaces of its own production that will
enhance the task of public service and promote and disseminate Spanish
culture and language, in short, it contributes to place Spain in the
global horizon of the time in which we live.

"En clave turismo", "A golpe de bit", "Without a doubt", "Said with music"
and "Tiempo flamenco" are incorporated into a consolidated program with
spaces such as "Espanoles en la mar", "Marca Espana", "Punto de enlace",
"Mundo solidario", "Artesfera", "Open Europe", "America today", "Africa
today" or "Asia today".

Programs to which is added the emblematic "A language without borders"
that, once recovered for programming, will continue with its mission to
take Spanish to any corner of the world.

From a technical point of view, Radio Exterior de Espana will broadcast
its programming from Monday to Friday, for West Africa and the South
Atlantic, the Middle East, the Indian Ocean and Gran Sol, from 4 pm to 24
hours UT (Coordinated Universal Time), say, from 17 to 01 official Spanish
time.

The emission frequencies:
- West Africa and South Atlantic,         11685 kHz, 25 mb.
- Middle East, Indian Ocean and Gran Sol, 12030 kHz, 25 mb.

[Gran Sol seems to apply to Spain's islands in the Mediterranean, perhaps
extension of the mainland's Costa del Sol; also Canarias in the Atlantic,
right? Exact meaning is not easily searched; keeps leading to hotels gh]

Towards North and South America, Radio Exterior de Espana will broadcast
short-wave, from Monday to Friday, from 1900 to 0300 UT, that is, from
2000 to 0400 UT, the official Spanish time.

The emission frequencies:
- South America,               11940 kHz, 25 mb.
- North America and Greenland,  9690 kHz, 31 mb.

On Saturdays and Sundays, the RNE International Channel will transmit
its signal from 15 to 23 hours UT, that is, from 16 to 24 official
Spanish hours. The emission frequencies and the coverage areas are the
following:

- West Africa and South Atlantic,         11685 kHz, 25 mb.
- South America,                          11940 kHz, 25 mb.
- North America and Greenland,             9690 kHz, 31 mb.
- Middle East, Indian Ocean and Gran Sol, 12030 kHz, 25 mb.

In addition to eight hours per day of shortwave transmission,
Radio Exterior de Espana broadcasts its 24-hour uninterrupted
programming through the Internet, DTT, mobile applications
and satellite:

- Ses Astras 1M:      frequency 11626.5 MHz Vertical polarization.
- Hispasat 1E:        frequency 12052 MHz Vertical polarization.
- Asiasat 5:          frequency  3700 MHz Vertical polarization.
- Eutelsat 5 West A:  frequency  3727 MHz Right circular polarization
- Intelsat Galaxy-23: frequency  4191.35 MHz Vertical polarization.

The changes in programming and frequencies are effective from
October 28, 2018 to March 31, 2019".
(REE/RNE, via Manuel Mendez-ESP, dxld Oct 19)

I wonder if the existing foreign language programmes that are currently
only heard online will continue, and if so at the same times. If so, that
could mean that at least some of the 30 minutes English, French,
Portuguese, Russian and Arabic could get an airing on Shortwave. These
programmes are currently broadcast twice each in a block from, I think,
2200-0300 UT Tuesday to Saturday. Hopefully this announcement does *not*
mean that the foreign language programmes are being cancelled.
(Alan Roe-UK, dxld Oct 22)

U.K.  7300 kHz, via ex-Babcock Woofferton site requested 2100-2145 UT,
Radio Akhbar Mufriha (HCJB) at 2117 UT in Arabic with woman singing an
Arabic version of "Silent Night" and into a man with talk with music
bridges of instrumental versions of "Silent Night" - Fair to Good with
fading Oct 18 - Hallowe'en isn't even here, yet! Christmas music before
the end of October?  What's up with that?
{also Tachelhit language broadcasts, to ITU zone 37S, 300kW 170deg, wb.}
(Mark Coady-Ont-CAN, ODXA iog via dxld Oct 22)

USA - non  
[GERMANY/KOREA South/KUWAIT/MARIANA ISLS Saipan and Tinian isls/
PHILIPPINES/TAJIKISTAN/THAILAND/U.A.E.]

B-18 season RFA outlets schedule.

Hallo in die Runde,
habe mal den B-18 RFA Sendeplan heruntergeladen.
Michael, kannst Du den fuer BCDX bitte entsprechend aufbereiten.
Wolfgang, wie kommen wir an die FNP QRGs?
(Siegbert Gerhard-D, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

Effective Oct 28, 2018 through March 30, 2019
All times and dates are Coordinated Universal Time (UTC),
same as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Updated on Oct 28, 2018.

Vietnamese

RFA Vietnamese is now all digital.

Please find us at these locations:
Website:  <https://www.rfa.org/vietnamese/>
Audio:    <https://www.rfa.org/vietnamese/audio/>
Facebook: <https://www.facebook.com/RFAVietnam>
Youtube: < https://www.youtube.com/user/RFAVietnamese>

FNP - Frequency Not Promoted.
E-mail your reception report to
<qsl -at- rfa.org>  or
<qsl -at- rfa.org?subject=QSL%20report&>

or send it by regular mail to:

Reception Reports

Radio Free Asia
2025 M Street N.W., Suite 300
Washington, DC 20036, USA.

Remarks discussed in AGDX / WWDXC group:
das mit  'RFA Vietnamesisch_digital'  verstehe ich [noch] nicht,
da muss ich mich mal schlau machen.
Ich werde ja nie solchen Facebook und YouTube networks / apps
beitreten.

Ueberrascht haben mich die starke Ausweitung der Burmesischdienste
von RFA und VOA durch die Trump Praesidentschaft.

In den ersten Wochen der neuen Sendeperiode B-18 koennen sich durch
Complaints und eigenes US RFA / VoA Monitoring noch diverse Frequenz
Aenderungen ergeben.

Die relays TIN Tinian Isl und SAI Saipan Isl on Marianeninseln sind ja
sehr durch den Taifun beschaedigt, ob die fq Angaben diesbezueglich
stimmen, weiss ich nicht.

VoA IBB Organization und die US Botschaft in Manila-PHL bemuehen sich, die
eingemotteten Sender in Tinang Philippinen wieder genehmigt - on the air -
zu bekommen. Ob es da Vorbehalte der philippinischen Regierung gegen RFA
Aussendungen Richtung Mainland China in Cantonese, Mandarin, Tibetan and
Uyghur Languages gibt, ?  (wb.)

Die SAI und TIN requests werden auch tageweise durch das philippinische
PHT Relay ersetzt.
Die stehen auf den Pazifik Inseln unter Reparatur Stress ?

Burmese
{0000 VoA Burmese 6150UDO 7480PHT 9335PHT 1575BAK}
0030-0130 13735TIN 15700BIB{exTIN} 17510TIN
{0130 VoA Burmese 9335UDO 11820PHT 15110PHT}
{0200 VoA Burmese 9335UDO 11820PHT 15110PHT}
{1200 VoA Burmese 11965PHT 15560{ex15565}PHT 17680KWT{exPHT} }
1230-1330 11795TIN 12130TIN 13735UAE
1330-1400 11795KWT 12130LAM 13735TIN
1400-1430 11795KWT 12130LAM
{1430 VoA Burmese 9335PHT 11870PHT 15450PHT 1575BAK}
{1500 VoA Burmese 9335PHT 11870PHT 15450PHT}
{1530 VoA Burmese 9335PHT 11870PHT  1575BAK}
{1600 VoA Burmese 9335PHT 11870PHT}
{2330 VoA Burmese 6150UDO 7480PHT 9335PHT}

Cantonese
1400-1500 Sat       13610TIN   {FNP}
          Sun       13645TIN
          TueThu    13675TIN
          MonWedFri 13810TIN

Khmer
1230-1330 9325TIN 11750LAM
1430-1500 9720TIN 11750TIN
{2200 VoA Khmer 9335PHT 7460PHT 5880PHT 1575BAK}
2230-2330 9325BIB 11850KWT

Korean
1000-1100 1566JEU
{1100 VoA Korean 1188SEO}
{1130 VoA Korean 1188SEO}
{1200 VoA Korean 1188SEO 5840TIN 9490PHT 11570PHT}
{1230 VoA Korean 1188SEO 5840TIN 9490PHT 11570PHT}
{1300 VoA Korean 1188SEO 5840TIN 9800PHT 11570PHT}
{1330 VoA Korean 1188SEO 5840TIN 9800PHT 11570PHT}
{1400 VoA Korean 1188SEO 5840TIN 9800PHT 11570SAI}
{1430 VoA Korean 1188SEO 5840TIN 9800PHT 11570SAI}
1500-1700 1188SEO 5885TIN 9590SAI 9985TIN
{1700 VoA Korean 1566JEU}
{1730 VoA Korean 1566JEU}
1700-1900 1188SEO 5885TIN 9985TIN
{1900 VoA Korean  7465PHT 9800TIN 9975UDO}
{1930 VoA Korean  7465PHT 9800TIN 9975UDO}
{2000 VoA Korean  7465PHT 9800TIN 9975UDO}
{2030 VoA Korean  7465PHT 9800TIN 9975UDO}
2100-2200 7485TIN 9860TIN 9985TIN

Laotian
0000-0100 13685KWT
1100-1200 13685SAI

Mandarin
{0000 VoA Chinese 7560KWT 9880UDO 11945PHT 15425PHT}
0300-0400 11980KWT 15340SAI 17660SAI
0400-0500 11980TJK 15340SAI 17660SAI
0500-0700 11980TJK 15340SAI 17660SAI 21700TIN
{0900 VoA Chinese 9790PHT 11650UDO 13710UDO 15150UDO 17720UDO}
{1000 VoA Chinese 9790PHT  9825PHT 11650UDO 13710UDO 15150UDO}
{1100 VoA Chinese 9825PHT/orSAI 11660PHT 12045PHT 15150UDO}
{1200 VoA Chinese 7470UDO  9825PHT/orSAI 11660UDO 11900PHT}
{1300 VoA Chinese 7470UDO  9585PHT  9825PHT/orSAI 11660PHT}
{1400 VoA Chinese 9605PHT  9825PHT/orTIN 11655UDO 12120PHT}
1500-1600 MonWedFri   7415TIN
          SunTueThuSat7520TIN
          MonTueWedFri9790SAI
          SunThuSat   9790SAI
          SatSun     11590KWT
          TueThu     11725KWT
          MonWedFri  11765KWT     {FNP}
1600-1700 Mon-Fri     6120TIN
          Sat/Sun     6120TIN
          MonWedFri   7415TIN
          SunTueThuSat7520TIN
          MonWedFri   9455SAI
          TueThu      9720SAI
          SunSat      9905SAI     {FNP}
1700-1900 7415TIN 9455SAI{exBIB}  9860SAI
1900-2000 1098TAI 5890KWT  7520TIN{exLAM} 9455SAI{exBIB}  9860SAI
2000-2100 1098TAI 5890KWT  7520TIN{exLAM} 9410SAI 9455SAI 9535TIN
2100-2200 1098TAI 7520KWT  9410TIN{exBIB} 9455SAI{exLAM}
{2200 VoA Chinese 7445UDO  9620PHT}
2300-2400 daily  9860KWT
          daily  9900LAM
          daily 11775KWT   {FNP not yet}

Tibetan
{0000 VoA Tibetan 5890KWT 7580KWT 9670UDO}
0100-0200  9670TJK 11895TJK 11950KWT 13795LAM  {FNP no data found}
0200-0300  9455KWT  9670TJK 11895KWT 11950KWT 17525TIN
{0300 VoA Tibetan 17865PHT 21600PHT 21795PHT}
{0400 VoA Tibetan 15610UDO 17865PHT 21620PHT}
{0500 VoA Tibetan 15560UDO 17865PHT 21760PHT}
0600-0700 daily 17675TIN
          daily 17815TJK
          Sun   21620TIN
          Mon   21480TIN
          Tue   21490TIN
          Wed   21500TIN
          Thu   21510TIN
          Fri   21530TIN
          Sat   21610TIN
          daily 21680UAE   {FNP}
1000-1100 daily  9690TIN
          daily 15665LAM
          Sun   17855LAM
          Mon   17830LAM
          Tue   17790LAM
          Wed   17815LAM
          Thu   17820LAM
          Fri   17840LAM
          Sat   17795LAM   {FNP}
1100-1200 9315TJK 11550KWT 15745TJK
1200-1300 9315TJK 11555BIB 12055LAM 15375TJK 15745TJK
1300-1400 9315TJK 12050KWT 13650KWT 15375TJK 15745TJK
{1400 VoA Tibetan 11910KWT 15160KWT 17585BIB 17830PHT}
1500-1600 7540TJK  9315TIN 11660TIN 11805KWT
{1600 VoA Tibetan  7580PHT  9760UDO 11670PHT}
2200-2300 7470TJK  7480KWT  9790KWT
2300-2400 5970UAE  7470TJK  7540KWT  9535KWT

Uyghur
0100-0200  7580TJK 9310LAM 9450KWT 9700KWT 12065KWT  {FNP}
1600-1700 daily    7545TJK
          daily    7565KWT
          daily   11720TIN
          SunTue  11775KWT
          Mon     11800KWT
          Wed     11805KWT
          Thu     11780KWT
          Fri     11885KWT
          Sat     11890KWT   {FNP}

FNP - Frequency Not Promoted.
Rather 'disguised use' ?
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Nov 1)

USA   11580 kHz, Radio Nigeria Kaduna (via WRMI Okeechobee FL-US state,
at 1137 UT in Hausa with a man with talk and brief male Middle Eastern
vocals and a woman with talk at 1138 UT and more brief male Middle Eastern
vocals and a man with talk at 1139 UT and a man with a "Radio Nigeria
Kaduna" ID at 1140 UT and into African tribal rhythms - 
Very Good, on Oct 22.
(Mark Coady-Ont-CAN, ODXA iog via dxld Oct 22)

UZBEKISTAN   7329.9 kHz, IBC, Italian Broadcasting Corporation via RRTM
RED Telecom Tashkent Uzbekistan bcast center, 100 kW, 1903-1911 OT on Oct
17, Italian, program "Panorama Onde Corte", "Italian Short Wave Panorama",
short wave news in Italian. 45444.
// 6070 kHz via Rohrbach Bavaria Germany with SINPO 24322.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, dxld Oct 22)

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

TAIWAN/CHINA   SOH Taiwan B18 Shortwave Frequency list of Oct 29, 2018
monitored by wb on Oct 23, 24, 25, 28, 29.

 6229.956 S=8 0947 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 6229.960 S=6 1207 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  2308 UT
 6229.971 S=7 1405 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 6280.122 S=6 1406 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  2309 UT
 6370.112 S=6 1407 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  2310 UT
 6730.050 S=6 1408 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  unstable
 6870.119 S=6 1409 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  2312 UT
 6900.040 S=6 1410 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 6870 - 6961 kHz OTHR, S=9 at 1233 UT
 6969.--- S=- 0840 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT

 7209.904 S=8 2318 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 7209.935 S=6 1215 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0941 UT
 QRM co-ch 7210even kHz by VoVTN Daclac Boun Me, 1st px Vietn.
 7279.919 S=7 0035 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0940 UT
 7310.003 S=3 0036 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 7460.152 S=7 1440 UT 0000-2359 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  0015 UT
 7599.994 S=4 0848 UT 1600-1500 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 7600even S=9+10dB 1244 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.  // 7275
 7600.039 S=4 0037 UT 1600-1500 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 7600.161 S=6 1441 UT 1600-1500 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 7650even S=5 1505 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
 7650.--- S=- 0849 UT 1600-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
 7730.057 S=7 0311 UT 1600-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 7730.066 S=9 0939 UT 1600-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  0018 UT
 7810.032 S=4 0310 UT 1600-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 7810.044 S=5 1250 UT 1600-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7

 9079.856 S=4 1256 UT 2100-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9079.886 S=4 0103 UT 2100-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9080.029 S=5 0628 UT 2100-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9080.039 S=5 0042 UT 2100-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9080.147 S=4 1422 UT 2100-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9099.993 S=9 0047 UT Echo of Hope, KOR  bubble jamming underneath
 9099.996 S=8 1445 UT Echo of Hope, KOR
 9100.000 S=8 0022 UT Echo of Hope, KOR
 9100.000 S=8 2102 UT Echo of Hope, KOR
 9100.004 S=9+10dB 1510 UT Echo of Hope, KOR
 9120.040 S=4 0027 UT 2100-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9120.044 S=4 1512 UT 2100-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9155.034 S=8 0395 UT 2212-1711 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  0933 UT
 9180.045 S=7 0304 UT 2213-1711 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  0932 UT
 9199.923 S=6 0303 UT 2151-1530 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9230.118 S=4 0259 UT 2212-1610 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  0930 UT
 9230.136 S=8 0107 UT 2212-1610 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  1451 UT
 9254.943 S=5 0257 UT 2212-1711 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9254.950 S=5 1454 UT 2212-1711 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9279.847 S=7 0255 UT 2212-1711 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9281.093 S=7 1456 UT 2212-1711 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9319.993 S=7 0642 UT 2357-1646 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7
 9320even S=5 0927 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
 9320.003 S=6 0254 UT 2212-1711 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9350.000 S=9+10dB 0112 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland 17 kHz wide
          Against RFA Uighur from Orzu TJK.
 9360.043 S=3 0112 UT 2357-1646 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7.
 9540even S=9+10dB 0253 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland 10 kHz wide
 9540.090 S=8 0039 UT 2215-1800 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  0924 UT
 9540.095 S=7 0646 UT 2215-1800 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7

 9635.022 S=5 0251 UT 2140-1710 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0722 UT
 9635.041 S=5 0121 UT 2140-1710 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 QRM 9635.816 kHz VoVietnam 1st px from Sontay on very odd fq. 0822 UT
 and 0040 UT on 9636.008 kHz.

 9729.889 S=5 0248 UT 2105-1705 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9729.891 S=7 0724 UT 2105-1705 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 Underneath Pyin Oo Lwin Myanmar 9729.997 kHz. 0250, 0723, 0921 UT

 9850.032 S=8 0724 UT 2130-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9850.035 S=8 0246 UT 2130-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
 9920.047 S=5 0918 UT 2150-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0726 UT
 9970.198 S=8 0916 UT 2147-1702 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0728 UT
 9970.203 S=8 0245 UT 2147-1702 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7

10819.896 S=7 0240 UT 2140-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
10869.910 S=7 0239 UT 2103-1705 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
10920.096 S=5 0238 UT 2125-1745 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
10959.728 S=3 0908 UT 2130-1705 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
10959.738 S=6 0237 UT 2130-1705 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11070even S=9 0139 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland. 10kHz wide
11070.994 S=6 0235 UT 2210-1710 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11100even S=9+20dB 1056 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland. 10kHz wide
11100.089 S=7 0234 UT 2200-1610 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11120.109 S=7 0233 UT 2150-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11150.002 S=6 0232 UT 2150-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11285.109 S=7 0009 UT 2110-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
11300.080 S=7 0230 UT 2110-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11369.987 S=3 1203 UT 2110-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
11409.963 S=7 0228 UT 2120-1715 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11409.996 S=9+20dB 0149 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
11439.930 S=8 0227 UT 2041-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11459.849 S=6 0226 UT 2100-1710 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11460even S=9+5dB 0152 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
11499.929 S=8 0225 UT 2030-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11528even S=8 0222 UT end of 10 mins espionage number stn in English
11529.794 S=3 1223 UT 2000-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
QRM 11530.0 Kurdish Denge Welat, Grigoriopol MDA, equal level in Tokyo.
11580.130 S=9 0221 UT 2300-1610 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7. distorted audio
11599.962 S=8 0910 UT 0000-1600 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7
11600even S=7 0111 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
11600.028 S=8 0209 UT 0000-1600 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7
11715.136 S=8 0208 UT 2105-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11765.140 S=7 0207 UT 2131-1730 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11775.027 S=7 0205 UT 2131-1730 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
11970even S=9+10dB 0206 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
11970.003 S=8 0202 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12149.940 S=4 0212 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
12190.086 S=8 0200 UT 2350-1600 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7

12229.997 S=6 0159 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12344.945 S=6 0158 UT 2130-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12369.968 S=8 0156 UT 2350-1600 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7
12370.025 S=4 0216 UT 2105-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12429.871 S=8 0150 UT 2100-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12429.890 S=8 1327 UT 2100-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12499.749 S=5 0149 UT 2135-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  two
12499.847 S=5 0151 UT 2135-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  peaks
12560.098 S=4 0146 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12775.882 S=3 0221 UT 2130-1400 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12799.991 S=7 0146 UT 2130-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12800even S=9 0223 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland. 16.4kHz wide
12800.251 S=6 0226 UT 2130-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12819.922 S=8 0144 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12820even S=7 0855 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
12820.054 S=6 0227 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12820.083 S=4 0857 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12870.176 S=4 0230 UT 2130-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12909.928 S=4 0143 UT 2152-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
17.2 kHz wideband signal.
12950.238 S=5 1247 UT 2200-1450 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
12980even S=9+10dB 0033 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
20 kHz wideband signal.
12980.127 S=8 0839 UT 2110-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0141 UT
13070.026 S=- ---- UT 2208-1656 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 NOT
13130.007 S=5 1305 UT 2130-1430 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
13130even CNR1 jamming S=9+15dB, and 230 Hz heterodyne interfer tone too
13200.137 S=5 0139 UT 2200-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
13229.988 S=3 0852 UT 2200-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 0138 UT
13270.--- S=- ---- UT 2110-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 NOT
13530.221 S=7 0850 UT 2110-1550 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0135 UT
13619.835 S=- 08-- UT 2130-1430 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
13640.072 S=4 0847 UT 2300-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0133 UT
13680even S=6 0854 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland  weak
13680.183 S=5 0846 UT 2130-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0131 UT
13774.976 S=- 08-- UT 2210-1420 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
13820.215 S=8 0852 UT 2200-1300 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0125 UT
13869.574 S=7 0117 UT 2120-1400 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
Lower sideband appear, due of hefty RTTY traffic on 13870.348 / .425 kHz
13870even S=9+5dB 0848 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland
13889.812 S=6 0838 UT 2200-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0115 UT
13890even S=9+5dB 0848 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland,
19.2 kHz wideband signal.
13920even S=9+25dB 0052 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland,
20 kHz wideband signal.
13920.037 S=6 0847 UT 2213-1420 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0113 UT
13979.801 S=5 0846 UT 2213-1420 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
13979.835 S=5 0112 UT 2213-1420 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
Strong 100 kW class.
13980even S=5 0942 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
14370.018 S=6 0845 UT 2300-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0106 UT
14429.979 S=5 0843 UT 2110-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0104 UT
Unstable fq hefty wanders
14430even S=9+10dB 0840 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
14500even S=9+10dB 0838 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
14500.111 S=4 0100 UT 2200-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
switch-on at 0100 UT, strong RFA 100 kW class tx.
14560.214 S=5 0837 UT 2300-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0100 UT
14690.195 S=- 08-- UT 2200-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
14774.770 S=6 0814 UT 2200-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0054 UT
14775even S=9+10dB 0836 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland.
14800.130 S=3 0835 UT 2200-1605 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
14820.--- S=- 08-- UT 2200-1605 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
14870.--- S=- 08-- UT 2200-1605 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
14900even S=9+5dB 0834 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
14900.032 S=7 0809 UT 2200-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0054 UT
14919.844 S=8 0755 UT 2130-1430 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 0053 UT
14920even S=9+20dB 0832 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland, UT
19.2 kHz wideband signal.
14979.954 S=9 0808 UT 0100-1600 SOH rely RFA Chi 1-7
rough harsh modulation. 0052 UT
14980even S=8 0830 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
0830 pips, newscast, // 15370, 15480 kHz a.s.o.

15070.047 S=4 0754 UT 2100-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
15294.956 S=6 0752 UT 2100-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
15340even S=7 0159 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
15340even S=9+5dB 0759 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.  cl-d 0800 UT
15340.220 S=8 0719 UT 2100-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
15740.227 S=3 07-- UT 2144-1530 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
15774.903 S=4 0715 UT 2130-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
15799.998 S=4 0714 UT 2100-1706 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
15800even S=9+10dB 0755 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
15840.303 S=7 0117 UT 2100-1706 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
QRM OTHR 15813 - 15859, 15859 - 15876 kHz 0117 UT.  NOT
15869.937 S=6 0749 UT 2100-1706 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
15939.854 S=6 0748 UT 2130-1600 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
15940even S=7 0747 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.
much distorted audio of CNR1 jammer.
15969.--- S=7 07-- UT 2110-1630 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
15969.871 S=8 0745 UT CNR1 jammer from China mainland.

16100even S=7 0155 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland.
16100even S=7 0740 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland.
16100.105 S=6 0745 UT 2115-1420 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
16160even S=4 0933 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland, 18 kHz wide
16160.088 S=5 0739 UT 2130-1430 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
16249.738 S=5 0740 UT 2150-1700 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
16250even S=9+20dB 0636 UT CNR1 px jammer from China mainland.
20 kHz wideband signal block.
16299.843 S=9 0701 UT 2200-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
much distorted audio feed / phone line net.
16300even S=9 0154 UT CNR1 px jammer from China mainland.
16300even S=9 0631 UT CNR1 px jammer from China mainland. 0637 OFF
16350.302 S=4 0629 UT 2250-1330 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7 tent.
16549.999 S=- 01-- UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
16599.832 S=7 0626 UT 2100-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
16600even S=9 from 0734 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland,
10 kHz signal.
16679.946 S=7 0652 UT 2100-1500 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
16769.855 S=9 0621 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland.
16770even S=9 0623 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland. 0040 UT
20 kHz wideband block.
16979.945 S=5 0722 UT 2130-1530 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7

17079.552 S=4 0734 UT 2130-1530 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  weak
17169.371 S=4 0649 UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
17169.923 S=- 10-- UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
17170.356 S=4 0647 UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
17194.998 S=- 01-- UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
17199.750 S=7 0615 UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
17200even S=9+25dB 0545 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland.
0958 UT 18 kHz wideband signal.   NOT, see 17440v kHz.  0030 UT
17200.167 S=9+10dB 0226 UT 2200-1350 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
distorted audio quality. Scratchy signal. 0203 UT.   NOT
17400.236 S=5 0610 UT 2155-1420 UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
17409.824 S=- 02-- UT 2155-1420 UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
17420.209 S=- 01-- UT 2155-1420 UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7  NOT
17440.260 S=9 0639 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland,
18 kHz wide.11.2 kHz wideband signal.
17440.263 S=7 0640 UT 2300-1300 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
17875.000 S=8-9 SOH endless talk by male, 0040-0100 UT, Oct 23.
18180.evenS=9+10dB 0944 UT CNR1 program jammer from China mainland.
19 kHz wideband signal. Not heard on Oct 28.
18180.315 S=2 0538 UT 2300-1130 UT SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
Also spur on 18182.116 kHz.
18869.703 S=5 0536 UT 2200-1000 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
21799.712 S=5 0727 UT 2300-1000 SOH Xi Wang Zhi Sheng Chi 1-7
the highest fq ever noted on SOH Taiwan outlets.
S=4 signal at 0520 UT, heard in April 2018.
BUT heard only on long range in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia now.

SOH signals differ often from day to day slightly up to 100 Hertz
in frequency; so I guess there is a network pool of approx. 100 or more
different small power software defined transmitter available,
and used randomly be connected by an automatic computer to access switch
on air from various TX locations ?

Used remote SDR units on extended 24hrs check, installations at Japan,
India, UAE, and Brisbane Queensland Australia.

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
(wb  df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 29)

vy73 de Wolfgang, DF5SX  -  


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