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WorldDX 148
07/12/2007
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WorldDX выходит с декабря 2004 года.
Редактор: Иван Лебедевский, Пушкин, Россия.
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ru -- Короткие Волны Австралия CVC 13650 seems to be on air with normal programming (whatever that is) of pop style songs, and offers of cuddly toys if you write to them at an address in Australia at 1645 on Nov.19. I assume this is the Zambia outlet as I don't hear the two Darwin frequencies of 13635 and 13685 currently. 13650 is poor strength and going down. There was no trace of WHRI on 15665 today (19th) so maybe that is a weekend transmission only - same as the one on 13650? As Wolfgang wrote earlier - the jamming noise affecting the D.Welle at 1400+ today was something different on both 11645 and 15645. A carrier came onto 15645 before the noise started so maybe that was the jammer, and the noise spread across 15640? My own comment about the sound - written before I saw Wolfgangs - was a 'pulsing, oscillating, squeaking noise'! (Noel Green, U.K. - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 5025, VL8K ABC Katherine, 1512-1520, Nov 20, running late (scheduled for 0830*), OM with Aussie accent, about the only thing I clearly heard was the ID: "ABC Local Radio", poor, this could not compete with splatter from a strong CNR-1 on 5030 (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 2485 VL8A, Katherine NT, 1911-1920, 17 Nov, English, (unreadable) talks; 15231 and equally poor on \\ VL8A 2310 & VL8T 1325. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Tnx to the VL8s for keeping the 60m band interesting and unpredictable. Nov 20 at 1329 I found R. Rebelde, Cuba, 5025, with heavy co-channel QRM in English, the two at about equal levels and nearly zero-beat --- could not tell whether fading was propagational or a slight SAH, maybe both. Soon IDed as 105.7 ABC Darwin, 1330 news theme and news at the top of their wacky hour. This signal was much stronger than the several Indos audible on 60m, and would have been quite listenable if in the clear like 4910 sometimes is when it fails to shift to 120m at 0830. By 1455, VL8K Katherine was atop Cuba, which by now is fading down anyway. Final check at 1511 found ABC still good with little Cuba left, mentioning a Pavarotti CD, 1512 ID again as 105.7 ABC Darwin. Why do they keep IDing only for this little FM station with very limited range around one city, when they have worldwide coverage on SW? Isn`t that at least worth a mention on the air? Surely back in Darwin they are not unaware of the NT SW relays. Think small! (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 5025, VL8K, Katherine, NT 1154-1235 20 Nov. Running late w/ ABC NT nx //2310, 2325..TC @ 1157 for "27 past 9" into new Aussie music pgm..ABC NT MW ID @ 1202 & "on 738 ABC Alice Springs.." @ 1228 into ABC nx..signal improving against Rebelde as time progressed & was weak but readable @ 1640 recheck (w/ QRM f/ CNR1-5030..CNR1 puts in a consistently big signal every AM) (Dan Sheedy, Canada - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Албания Trying again to hear R. Tirana`s NAm service on new B-07 frequency 9915, Nov 22 at 2104, but could barely detect a carrier under high noise level in this range, which is also subject to desensitization by super-strong Pastor Pete Peters from WWCR 9975. That overloads the receiver also risking cross-modulation on other 9 MHz stations if attenuation is not applied. But R. Tirana with fair signal on 7430 at 2107, so again the European service makes it while the NAm does not. I am sure RT would like to know how well 9915 makes it into the east coast, as would I (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Алжир 6300 Radio Nacional de la Republica Arabe Saharaui Democratica 2106 Excited talk in Arabic, then long ballad songs with acoustic guitar like on R. Mauritania (which has been off the air at least for the past few days). (Steve George, MA USA Nov. 22 - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) Ангола 4950 RNA-Canal "A", Mulenvos, 0035-0055, 17 Nov, Portuguese, pops & chat, "Jornal da Hora" at 0100; 45333. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Антарктида Looking for LRA36, Nov 22 around 2000, not audible, but rechecked at 2046 could barely hear some music on 15476, not 15475. 2101 some talk mentioning Esperanza, and more music which was cut off in progress at 2102:15 and the carrier off a few seconds later (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 15476 ANTARCTICA. LRA36, 2039-2102*, 11/22/07, Spanish. Female announcer between Spanish-language pop tunes, M announcer at 2101 w/ID that sounded like "Radio Nacional..." and more talk, then the beginning of a song which was cut off, and off air at 2102. I see Glenn Hauser also noted this. Poor, but that's still much better than usual here. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Аргентина 6214.2 Radio Baluarte (Puerto Iguazo) (Presumed), 2328-2330, 11/18/2007, Spanish. Pop music with talk by man. Poor signal. SINPO 22222. (Jim Evans, Germantown, TN, USA - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) Африка 17860,0 West Africa Democracy Radio, Senegal 08:15 Francais 444 AF - Magazine economique sur l'agriculture au Senegal - Via Skelton 18/11/07 15235,0 Channel Africa, Afrique du Sud 16:05 Francais 444 AF Infos africaines 18/11/07 11890,0 Radio Okapi, Rep. Democratique Congo 16:40 Vernacular AF Debat politique - Via Meyerton AFS 19/11/07 (Sylvain Percebois, France - dxrad 19/11/2007) Беларусь R Belarus 7360 at 2040 in German w/polka mx. Very faint and noisy. Gone by TOH. (p) 18 November. (Liz Cameron, MI, dxldyg 19/11/2007) 7265 не молчит, вот сейчас слышно Канал культура, с сильной помехой от китайского радио тоже на русском языке. :) Время вещания региональных передатчиков Могилева, Бреста не знаю. По Гродно: 7110 кГц 03.00-02.00 А 6040 кГц не проверял, но сейчас (16:09 UTC) слышна очень хорошо - идет программа на польском языке (Гродненская студия). (Сергей Алексейчик, Гродно, Беларусь - open_dx 19/11/2007) Боливия 4865 R.Logos via R.Centenario, St? Cruz de la Sierra, 2233-2239, 17 Nov, Spanish, poorly readable talks; 34332, QRM de B + uty. stn. (Goncalves) 5952.4 R.Pio XX, Siglo XX, 2230-2241, 17 Nov, Quechua, talks, Indian songs; 33442, severe adj. QRM. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 6105.56, Radio Panamericana, 1003-1030 Noted a male in religious comments in the Spanish Language. At 1008 music briefly then canned promo. This is followed by music. At 1015, "..a hora en Panamericana, seis ..." by a male, then back to music. Signal is poor to fair. Typically, this freq is silent as far as Panamericana is concerned. Judging from the ease that today's logging can be heard, they must broadcast only periodically and other times are off the air. Just an asumption. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 21/11/2007) 6134.83, Radio Santa Cruz, 1022-1030 At tune in, noted local music segment. At 1024, live TC by male, comments. Signal was good. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 21/11/2007) 4699.4, presumed R.San Miguel, 1011-1030, Nov 22. Spanish. Continuous talk under QRN floor, fading out by ToH. Poor. (Scott Barbour Jr, Intervale, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 5952.4, presumed R.Pio Doce, 1021-1036, Nov 21, Spanish. Religous talk by various announcers. Poor w/ usual splatter via 5950-WYFR, eventually becoming unbearable. (Scott Barbour Jr, Intervale, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 4716.67, Radio Yura, 2320-2330 With a female in Spanish comments. which continue thru the half hour. At about 2334 music presented. The signal was threshold. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 24/11/2007) 5996.41, Radio Loyola,(pres) 0023-0035, Noted a male in steady Spanish comments. Comments continue thru the listening period, but the signal never got better than threshold. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 24/11/2007) 4796.39, Radio Mallku, Uyuni, 0935-0945, Nov 24, Bolivian folk music. ID at 0940. Weak. Poor with CODAR QRM. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Бразилия 5990, Radio Senado, 0955-1000 Noted a male in Portuguese comments. Mentions the word "... en Brazilia ..." a few times. On the hour, canned ID then more comments. Signal was poor to fair depending on the splatter on the freq. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 20/11/2007) 4805 R.Difusora do Amazonas, Manaus AM, 2235-2249, 17 Nov, chat, international pops; 44333. (Goncalves) 4815 R.Difusora, Londrina PR, 0051-0058, 17 Nov, infos. religious prgr; 34322, uty. QRM. (Goncalves) 4915 R.Difusora (?, Macapa AP, 1931-..., 17 Nov, f/ball match rpt Brasiliense v Portuguesa; 15331. Both Braz. stns sharing this ch. were audible later on. (Goncalves) 5035 R.Aparecida, Aparecida SP, 0043-0055, 17 Nov, religious prgr; 45333; \\ 6135 (vy. bad), 9630 (moderate). (Goncalves) 9505 R.Record, Sao Paulo SP, 1919-1929, 17 Nov, f/ball match rpt Brasiliense v Portuguesa; 34432, adj. QRM.(Goncalves) 9645.2 R.Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo SP, 1917-1928, 17 Nov, f/ball match rpt. Brasiliense v Portuguesa; 23442, adj. QRM. (Goncalves) 9695 R.Rio Mar, Manaus AM, 1324-1355, 18 Nov, (unreadable) talks, possibly R.Bandeirantes news relay; 14341. (Goncalves) 11735 R.Transmundial, St? Maria RS, 1829-1847, 17 Nov, songs in prgr "Sons do Coracao"; 44433, QRM de TZA. (Goncalves) 11855 R.Aparecida, Aparecida SP, 2148-2204, 17 Nov, prgr "Celebracao da Palavra", list of affiliated stns and prgr "Com a Mae Aparecida"; 45433. (Goncalves) 11925.1 R.Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo SP, 1817-1831, 17 Nov, f/ball match rpt. Brasiliense v Portuguesa, advertisements; 34443. (Goncalves) (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) BRAZIL 4805 Radio Difusora do Amazonas (Manaus), 2240-2245, 11/18/2007, Portuguese. Man talking with woman. Poor signal with CODAR interference. SINPO 22332. (Jim Evans, TN) BRAZIL 4925 Radio Educacao Rural (Tefe), 2249-2255, 11/18/2007, Portuguese. Excited man broadcasting sporting event. Poor signal with CODAR interference. SINPO 22222. (Jim Evans, TN) BRAZIL 4985 Radio Brasil Central (Goiania), 2303-2310, 11/18/2007, Portuguese. Talk by man. Advertisements. Appeared to be sports related, but not the usual excited announcer at a sporting event. Poor signal with CODAR interference. SINPO 22222. (Jim Evans, TN, USA - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) **BRAZIL. 9514.98, Radio Novas de Paz, Curitiba, 0850-0905, Nov 24, local music. Portuguese talk. Religious talk & music at 0900. Fair. weaker on // 11725. Very poor on // 6080.14-with co-channel QRM. (Alexander-PA) **BRAZIL. 9645.24, Radio Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo, 0915-0930, Nov 24, Portuguese talk. // 11925.20 - both frequencies weak. (Alexander-PA) **BRAZIL. 9664.97, Radio Marumby, Florianopolis, 0920-0930, Nov 24, Portuguese talk. Local folk music. Fair. Much weaker on // 11749.88-with co-channel QRM. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Буркина Фасо 5030, Radio Burkina, *0525-0555, Nov 22, Sign on with test tone. National Anthem at 0528. Opening French announcements at 0530 followed by local African music. French & vernacular talk. Fair but some adjacent channel splatter from Cuba 5025. University Network 5030 not on the air. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Габон 7270 R.Gabon, Melen, 1133-1217, 17 Nov, French, newscast, messages,..., news heard at 1400; 25342 (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 4777, Radio Gabon, *0457-0505, Nov 24, Sign on with National Anthem. Opening French ID announcements at 0459. Local African music at 0500. French talk. Canned IDs. Good. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Гватемала 4779.99 R.Cultural Coatan, S.Sebastian de Coatan, 2240-2252, 17 Nov, Chuj (t), talks, ballads; 44342 (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Гвинея 1385.9 R.Rurale, Labe, 1914-1932, 17 Nov, Vernacular, tribal songs, talks, refs. to regions militaires"; 54444 (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 7125 R.Guinee/R.Conakry, Sonfonya, was undetected between Sat. 18 & Sun. 20 Nov, so probably inactive again. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Германия DW in German, so of course it can`t be from Germany: Nov 20 at 1450 on 15335 via Sines, running about a second ahead of 15275 Kigali when rechecked at 1510 (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 7285 Croatian Radio-Voice of Croatia; 2324-2330+, 20-Nov; Croatia Today w/feature on Nichola Tesla; extensive ID/sked spot @2328 after headlines. All in EE--continued in SS @2330. SIO=343. 1134, hrd here in past, is completely IBOC'd. (H. Frodge, Mi, USA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) Доминиканская Республика 6025.07v, R. Amanecer Internacional, Santo Domingo, 0405-0453, Nov 19, religious singing, OM with time checks, several short singing jingles (assume a station jingle), fair-poor, seemed to be running late, past their more regular 0400*. Noted with slightly higher frequency from my last reception (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 6025.04, presumed R.Amanacer, 2309-2332, Nov 21, Spanish. OM preaching to the congregation w/ adj. channel splatter taking over by BoH. Poor. (Scott Barbour Jr, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Замбия 4965 The Voice (Lusaka), 2223-2303, 11/18/2007, English. Program of alternating religious talk and religious music. Poor signal with heavy CODAR interference. SINPO 22222. (Jim Evans, TN, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Египет R. Cairo, 6290, Nov 18 at 2354 check, found good modulation and strength in Arabic music, but heavy SAH of maybe 15 to 20 Hz! 0000 is the nominal transition time between the ABS and ABZ sites on this frequency, and obviously both transmitters were on and overlapping. Egyptians vs Egyptians! (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 6290 Radio Cairo (p); 2335-2350+, 20-Nov; Cmtry by M to fanfare @2344 then cmtry by W. All in AR. SIO=3+43-. Brief ute trills; @2339 started echo feedback making copy near impossible. (H. Frodge, Mi, USA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) 6290, Nov 20 at 0001 still had two carriers from two Radio Cairo sites colliding with heavy SAH; 0003 only the distorted one was left with Arabic talk and music alternating (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Checked R. Cairo`s European frequency 6250, Nov 21 at 2237 to see whether reactivated Equatorial Guinea is colliding with it. No sign of the latter, so maybe confined to local mornings if still on the air as reported recently. Cairo was playing Arab music, pausing at 2237 for the YL announcer to close the English service until 2115 the next day; her modulation on mic was more distorted than the music before and after. No further announcements were made, as music kept playing until 2245 brief tone and off. Surely a better signal even here than the so-called North American service from 2300 on 9465, often inaudible with low MUFs. Since I was monitoring T-giving afternoon at a time I usually don`t, I checked to see how early R. Cairo could be heard on 48m. Nov 22 at 2039 it was definitely there, but marred by slightly off-frequency 2-way SSB, which is after all, what belongs in this frequency range. 6290 in Arabic was also barely audible. Checked 6250 again just before 2115, and timesignal, six seconds late compared to WWV, so why bother? And opening English with age-old Cairo theme; what`s the name of it? Again no sign of Equatorial Guinea on 6250, and Brian Alexander says he heard it in the morning only on Nov 17. That may have been a special temporary reactivation (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Замбия 5915 ZNBC, Lusaka, 1844-1857, 17 Nov, Vernacular, Afr. pops; 35433, blocked by R.Slovakia Int'l. at 1857. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 4965, CVC-Voice Africa, 0320-0340, Nov 19, English. Religious talks and choral ballads. Fair/improving. (Scott Barbour Jr, Intervale, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Зимбабве 4828, Voice of Zimbabwe (presumed), 0324-0353, Nov 19, non-stop high-life music and songs, mostly fair, above average reception, not // to 3396 (Ron Howard, CAnada - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 3396 ZBC, Guineafowl, Gweru, 1650-1658, 18 Nov, Vernacular, talks; 35322 but 2nd best 90 m band Afr outlet at this time after 3215 kHz AWR (t) via Talata Volonondry (?), MDG, 1655*, 45333. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 3396, ZBC, 0308-0319, Nov 20, Vernacular. Afropops w/ OM over music on occasion. Weak but clear. Did not appear to be //4828 (Scott Barbour Jr, Intervale, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Индия 4840 AIR, Mumbai, 1654-..., 18 Nov, Indian songs; 55444. (Goncalves) 4895 AIR, Guwahati, 1659-..., 18 Nov, Indian songs, E ID 1700; 34342. (Goncalves) (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) AIR Guwahati 4940 was noted back on air at around 1600 UTC. Went off the air at scheduled 1700 UTC. All the SW frequencies were off air since 12th Nov as reported by Gautam Sharma. Earlier spoke to Station Engineer Mr.S.N.Basak who informed that sw freq's were off air due to fault at power supply and spares were arranged from Shillong. ((Alokesh Gupta, India - dx_india 21/11/2007) 9425, AIR (presumed) Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) - National Channel, 2248-2303, Nov 21, sub-continent music, fair till QRM at *2300 from CRI via Jinhua, in listed Cantonese (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 6165 INDIA. All India Radio (Delhi), 1248, 11/23/07, listed Sindh. Subcontinental-type sitar music, possible brief ID around 1259 then into a short presumed newscast. Some co-channel QRM, probably China. Rapid fades, else fair/good. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Индонезия Nov 20 an above average day for 60m Indonesians. 4605 RRI Serui was by far the best signal. What power does PWBR ``2008`` assign to this now? Last year it was only 500 watts, but since then has been widely heard and has got to be much more than that. All I ever heard on 4605 today was ``island`` music as I tuned back and forth, starting at 1333, with CODAR adding to the beat; a very long pause between cuts at 1340; and music again at 1405; maybe I missed some news on the hour. Others also heard with non // programming, mostly music: at 1333 4750 (mix China?) and 4870; 1405, 4750 and 4790; listening to 4790 at 1457 when it went off abruptly amid music; that frequency was a tad high (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 4605, RRI-Serui (presumed) 1250-1332 20 Nov. T/in to "warta berita" w/ ment. of Serui, drums/flutes @ 1256 (sounding African/Peruvian, no ToH ID break & segued IN c&w and more traditional music to t/out..signal not so good as Makassar-4750 but decent..pity about the lack of ID, tho..(Dan Sheedy, Canada - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Nov 21 not so good a day for 60m Indos, but RRI Serui was still audible, unlike the others, just music at 1415. I have seen reports of this as 4606, so I measured it to 4604.9 or so (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 3976.1 RRI-Pontianak (pres.) 1158-1211 22 Nov. "warta berita Jakarta" to 1200, fan-fare & SCI, RRI ID (missed site..) more w.b. w/ phone reports to 1210 & then local mx..(Dan Sheedy, CAnada - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Иран 5945.90 odd 900 Hertz at 1730-1828 UT, IRIB Kamalabad in Bosnian hetting BBC Cyprus Persian heavily. (W. Bueschel, Germany - harmonics 22/11/2007) 7380 IRAN. VOIRI (presumed), 1340, 11/23/07, Japanese. Extended talk by F in Japanese, a vaguely Middle-Eastern sounding music bumper, then switched to M. Fluttery, noisy. Poor. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Испания If you hear Spanish, especially Castilian on 13720 before 1400, it`s not the RHC leapfrog spur of 13760 over 13740 CRI relay --- because 13740 isn`t on the air yet, at least not Nov 18 at 1347 tho the 13740 carrier does come on many minutes early. This weakish signal was instead REE, // 17595 with news of Pakistan, Darfur. 13720 is in HFCC registered from 0600 to 1700, for W&CEu, at 0 degrees, but the REE frequency schedule http://www.rtve.es/archivos/70-6805-FICHERO/FrecuenciasInvierno2007.pdf shows 08-13 only, except Sat/Sun to 1400. So another caveat not to take HFCC registrations as absolute; they are at times exaggerated, to allow wiggle room in case a station wants to extend usage of a certain frequency. Since REE does run to 1400 on weekends, however, both RHC spur and REE could be audible and mixing on 13720 for a few minutes (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) We had Radio Waves, the not-really-DX program on REE, on the schedule as UT Wed 0024v on 6055, but Wolfgang Buschel found an English program schedule as of last March which showed it Monday on Eu/Af service, so repeated UT Tue to NAm. Checking it out UT Tue Nov 20, interminable sillyballgame report was airing instead, but RW finally started at 0032, and yes, they are still just playing music, loosely related to radio. This time: Popa Chubby, blues singer who had just appeared in Madrid on European tour, with ``Real Thing``, which the host said was more anti-TV than pro-radio. After some searching, I found a Youtube version from Paris: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPpSRB__sl8 Doesn`t do anything for me, but there you are (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) REE`s main frequency to NAm, 9630, marred by BBCWS in English underneath, Nov 22 at 2015; BBC was // if not exactly synchronized with 15400 and 17830 Ascension, whilst 9630 is Seychelles at 270 degrees until 2100. I wonder why BBC continues from its Seychelles site, while FEBA found it too costly to continue theirs (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Китай 6090, Central People's Broadcasting Station, 1030-1040 With a single woman in Chinese comments and news. Comments from the individuals in the field noted. Signal was fair. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 20/11/2007) 9750, PBS Nei Menggu, 2259-2320+, 11/19/07, listed Mongolian. Theme music to time pips and possible ID by M/F announcers in unison, then a long presumed newscast w/alternating presenters and a few tentative mentions of Hohhot. Some brief QRM from HCJB on 9745 til signoff at 2301, otherwise in the clear and surprisingly strong/readable. Fair/good. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) An undermodulated discussion in English about e/immigration from/to Ireland caught my ear on 13630, Nov 22 at 2036. Shortly later it became clear this was just CRI, as the topic became the first Irish study center in China. It`s 111 degrees from Bamako, Mali. On 7285, Nov 22 at 2128, sports report in American English had me guessing; another non-African VOA service not // African service on 6080? After 2131, Chinese-accented woman joined in, about computers. Apparently the domestic-cum-external hour from CRI, in scheduled relay via Cerrik, Albania (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 9355, Nov 22 at 2013, Firedrake fairly good, but QRM from WYFR in German altho really targeted at RFA in Chinese via Saipan. Fortunately, Firedrake VG in the clear on 9455 at 2106, also against RFA Chinese via Saipan but RFA inaudible on either frequency (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 4919.92, People's Broadcasting Station, 1132-1145 At tune in, noted a female in Tibetian language comments. Sounded like news. At 1138 music heard briefly. Female back in comments at 1139. At 1140 a male joins the fun. This is parallel on 4905 KHz at this time. Both signals are equally poor, but readable. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA - 23/11/2007) 5060, PBS Xinjiang (presumed), 0110-0127, Nov 23, mostly non-descriptive conversations in Chinese, weak/poor reception, is rare for me to hear anything here (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 23/11/2007) CHINA 4800 CPBS (Geermu), 2354-2400, 11/18/2007, Chinese. Man and woman talking. Time pips on the hour. Good signal with heavy CODAR interference. SINPO 32333. (Jim Evans, TN) CHINA 4980 Xinjiang PBS (Urumqi), 2355-2400, 11/18/2007, Uighur. Woman talking followed by a brief selection of Oriental music and more talk. Poor signal. SINPO 22222. (Jim Evans, TN, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 4950 VoPujiang, Shanghai 1325-1335, 1357-1405 22 Nov. CH pop mx //3280, 5075 with ads/sports promos in pres. CH dialect, "Zeng shi FM" @ 1330 & more CH pop mx..recheck w/ rom. ballad, fan-fare & 3+1 pips @ 1400 & partial ID:"zhi sheng guangbo diantai", ad string & "FM Zhi" jingle @ 1405 ('zeng shi' & 'zhi' are attempts to pronounce the jingles' CH & as such may only be loosely connected to reality..)(Dan Sheedy, CAnada - dxldyg 24/11/2007) 6095 CNR-1 1346 22 Nov. Noted in passing //5030, etc..Aoki B07 has BBC in CH via Kimjae, RoK here 1300-1530* so perhaps being used against them. (Dan Sheedy, CAnada - dxldyg 24/11/2007) 5240, People's Broadcasting Station, Lhasa, 2252-2305 Noted a segment of Oriental music. At 2259 a female comments briefly. This is followed with martial type music. At 0001, a male comments. Checked listed alternative freqs and found a parallel on 4920 KHz. Signal was poor. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 24/11/2007) 6160 CHINA. CNR, 1206-1210+, 11/23/07, Mandarin. M/F announcers, promo-sounding type spots, bumper music that sounded like CNR's, seemed to be // to 7280. VOA in Mandarin is listed here, but it didn't sound like them - a CNR "jammer"?. In any case, this pretty well ruins chances to hear CKZU here in local AM. Fair. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Колумбия Marfil Estereo, 5910.0, free of co- or adjacent-channel broadcast QRM at 2350 Nov 19 with nice lively ballads, 2353 timecheck for 6:52, only one sesquiminute off this time, and ID; another ID voice-over music at 2400. There was however, more often than not, some lite pulsing ute QRM on the high side, somewhat evitable (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 5910 R.Marfil Estereo via LV de tu Conciencia, Lomalinda, 2206-2224, 17 Nov, Spanish, advertisements, lively songs; 43443, adj. QRM. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 5910 HJDH Marfil Estereo; 0019-0025+, 21-Nov; EZL vocals; ID by M&W @0021+; all in SS. SIO=333, LSB takes out the occasional ute trill. (Frodge-MI) 6035 HJOY La Voz de Guaviare; 2355-2407+, 20/21-Nov; M in SS taking phone calls; calls continued thru ToH; caught ID @tune-in; station promo @2401--musica, futbol. Bogota, Colombia, etc. SIO= 322+, USB helps due to QRM de R. Marti/jammer @6030. Noticeably better after 2400, despite Marti still being there. (H. Frodge, Mi, USA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) Конго/ЮАР 9525, Radio Okapi, *0700-0758*, Nov 22, What is going on here? I tune in to hear Star Radio to Liberia & I hear Radio Okapi to Congo DR instead. Is this an error in programming or a permanent change. Needs further checking. Via Ascension I assume. Sign on with "Okapi" jingles & talk in French & vernacular. Many "Okapi" jingles & mentions of Congo throughout programming. CTN programming to Sierra Leone at 0730 with English CTN news at 0730 and later back into vernacular. "CTN" ID at 0758 & off. Good at sign on but fair to poor in noisy conditions by 0730. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Корея KCBS, 9665, mostly-noise transmitter audible here not only mornings but evenings, such as 2315 UT Nov 19; bits of audio mixed in. I can`t imagine why the Korcoms keep this piece of garbage on the air 22 hours a day. Does not even serve a jamming purpose as nothing else in Korean on 9665 or neighbors, per Aoki/NDXC. China does use 9665 several hours in external and domestic services (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 6185.0, VOK, 1020-1031, Nov 20, programming in English, // 6228.52 (quickly drifting up to .66) and 6284.75 (steady), all fair-good (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 6398.8 PBS, Kanggye, 2216-..., 17 Nov, Korean, exhalted speech; 34432, adj. QRM de uty. & pirate stn Weekend Music R, Scotland, on new 6400. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 5985, Shiokaze/Sea Breeze via Yamata, Japan, *1400-1430*, Nov 23 (Fri.), in English, open carrier on at 1359, starts with piano IS, YL with sign-on announcements, requests information about abductees, gives e-mail address, mailing address and three phone numbers (seemed to be 81356845058, etc.), OM with program "News on North Korea Issues", reading items from Japanese newspapers, IDs "This is Shiokaze Sea Breeze from Tokyo, Japan", YL with sign-off announcements, gives clear "JSR" callsign, so Yamata indeed does still use their callsign, but used only once. Some days have noted strong jamming here, but not today. Reception was fair (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Коста Рика On Sundays, REE Cariari is on both 15170 and 15125, Nov 18 at 1406, synchronized and with undermodulation, lo-fi. 15125 was weaker, to be expected at 110 degrees vis-a-vis 340 degrees on 15170. Looked for leapfrog mixing product on 15080, but none detected; on 15215 there was a very weak carrier aside WYFR 15210, source unknown (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/20070 Лаос 6130, Lao National Radio (pres.), 1115-1133, 1154-1210 18 Nov. Tnx Ron Howard's tip found this clear w/ SEAs mx (lots of plucked- string inst'ls) and M/W in (p) Lao, recheck @ 1154 had phone interview/listener yak, bell/synthesizer @ 1159 & bell rung slowly 7x, annct & anthem into nx (items on Bangladesh & Pakistan) poss. commentary on nx @ 1205 w/ sev. "pathet/pathat Lao" mentions..tried to // Xam Nua-4677.8 (DBS listed as //6130 @ 1200-1230 w/ LNR nx) but couldn't pull enuf audio to be positive..(Dan Sheedy, Canada - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 4677.8 RNL-Xam Nua (pres.) 1215-1230* 22 Nov. Def. // Vientiane-6130 w/ National nx..long phone rpt (w/ recording "beeps" every 15 sec.), mx bridge @ 1224 & M/W yak to 1229 harp-like mx bridge w/ voice-over & gone..6130 very clear this morning which made // checking almost fun.(Dan Sheedy, CAnada - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Либерия ELWA is testing its new ELCOR 5 kW shortwave on 4760. Last week they were on Monday to Saturday from 1600 to 2130, times varied on different days. Now off for technical work, but should be back on later this week; also probable are tests on 6070. Morning hours may follow soon. Presently testing at 2 kW with higher power possible later. Reports appreciated. (John Stanley, via Glenn Hauser - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 4760 ELWA is back on for the weekend, assuming no technical problems. We added audio processing so audio should be more consistent. 6070 tests may begin on next Monday or Tuesday. The 6070 antenna is ready, but the transmitter output networks haven't been tuned yet for that band. 73 and God Bless (John Stanley, at ELWA, Nov 23, dxldyg 24/11/2007) 9525, Star Radio, via Ascension, *0700-0730, Nov 23, Sign on with ID & into English news concerning Liberia. Audio somewhat muffled but good signal strength. Radio Okapi programming heard on this frequency the previous morning but now back to the normal Star Radio programming this morning. English CTN news at 0730. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Мавритания 7245 R.Mauritanie, Nouakchott, 1151-..., 17 Nov, Arabic, folk songs; was off at 1133; 55444 (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 4845 Radio Mauritaine (Nouakchott), 2235-2245, 11/19/2007. Upbeat West African music featuring stringed instruments. Good signal. SINPO 43333. (Jim Evans, TN, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Мадагаскар Radio Voice of the People 1741 "People are talking" program in English about human rights violations and economic problems in Zimbabwe, including a surprisingly gentle interview of the Deputy Minister for Information in the Mugabe government. Strong signal. S/off 1756 in English with full ID, address, website (www.radiovop.com). (Steve George, MA USA Nov. 22 - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) Малайзия 6049.65, RT Malaysia, 1001-1010, Initially noted a male in news and comments. At this time the signal is not faded in enough for clear readablity. It is just below the noise. At 1005 after the news is finished, brief music and then more comments. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 20/11/2007) 7295, Traxx FM via RTM, 1533-1603, Nov 20, in English, DJ Maya and OM with their Tuesday "Jazz Selecta" program, played jazz vocals ("Route 66", etc.) and jazz instrumentals, ToH pips, YL with the news, fair-poor, QRM from 7290 and hams (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 5964.96, Klasik Nasional FM (presumed) via RTM, 1614-1625, Nov 22, in vernacular, reciting from the Qu'ran, ballads, weak, under QRM from DW via Sri Lanka, in English on 5965.0 (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Марокко Correction, Re: UNID on 5980, from 0400 UT 5980 UNID like Radio Cairo mx and songs; 0400-0500* UT c-down. S=8. but not VoTR - Voice of the Tigray Revolution. But RTM Morocco Arabic relay via IBB Briech site at 0000-0500 UT. 250kW at 83degr to ALG, Tunis, Malta, Cyprus, Tel Aviv, Kuwait. Other RTM Briech relays 15335 1100-1500 UT, 7135 2200-2400 UT, but different target at Toulouse, Luxembourg, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Stockholm. thanks dear Tarek in Cairo, see mail below. 73 wb ----- Original Message ----- Sent: Monday, November 19, 2007 Subject: Re Hello Wolfy, Re, UNIDENTIFIED. 5980, like Radio Cairo music and songs; 0400-0500* UT c- down. S=8. VoTR - Voice of the Tigray Revolution, in parallel with 6030? (Wolfgang Buschel, Stuttgart, Germany, Nov 17, Eton E1 rx, and \\ check AOR 7030 and Sony ICF 2010, DX LISTENING DIGEST) I did check that freq around 0415 UTC today Nov 19 and there was an OM with religious talk about prophet Mohamad till 0428 UT followed by Sahara music, then an ID at 0430 UT it turned out to be RTM Morocco, local network from a place called Sakiya Al Hamra, - I think that's located in Laayoune ... the Western Sahara region. Another ID around 0435 UT with religious programs as well till 0440 UT, 0443 another Sahara music about prophet Mohamad. The ID in Arabic, "Idhaat almamlaka almaghrebiya - min o'moom AlSakiya Al Hamra". All the best my friend. yours Tarek Zeidan, Cairo, Egypt (Nov 19) (W. Bueschel, Germany - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Мексика 6010 XEOI Radio Mil (p); 0009-0019+, 21-Nov; M in SS taking phone calls--mentioned Campeche, Mexico. Usually a morning visitor here. SIO=2+22+, USB helps, due to Cuba hash from 6000 in SS. (H. Frodge, Mi, USA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) XEXQ is back! I`ve been keeping a close watch on 6045 since R. Universidad de San Luis Potosi disappeared almost 4 months ago. My last log of it was Aug 3, in DXLD 7-092. Finally, Nov 23 at 0625 I detected the tell-tale subaudible het mixing with KBS World Radio in Spanish via Sackville on 6045. After that went off at 0629, a hefty carrier of S9 +10 remained on frequency, and I kept listening until 0643, but absolutely no modulation heard. Retuned at 1352 and now there was classical music, good signal on 6045, Gaite Parisienne. The can-can girls were celebrating with high kicks! Segues to more pop classics with no announcements, XEXQ`s usual style, until 1359, timecheck for 7:59, ID as R. Universidad, 25,000 watts on 1190 AM, no mention of SW. Then a string of government PSAs including one for transplants from the Secretaria de Salud, and another full ID for XEXQ including their phone number 826-1345, 8:02 TC and 1403 back to music. Still coming in well past 1452 at S9+10. It will be interesting to see in solstitial conditions how far it can penetrate north of the border during daytime, perhaps even at low noon. There is more news here, as their MW frequency used to be 1460 with 250 watts. Seems there has been a major upgrade to 1190 with 25 kW, along with a change in transmitter site. Note the night power is only 300 watts. John Callarman`s Mexican list of early 2007 has this entry: 1460 SAN LUIS POTOSI XEXQ "Radio Universidad*" San Luis Potosi. (250/250*) Universidad de San Luis Potosi, General Mariano Aristo 245, Colonia Historico 78001 T: (444) 98-26-13-84 uaslp.mx/rtu http://www.uaslp.mx/Plantilla.aspx?padre=1912 N 22-09-08 W 100-58-39 (1,000/500)(+ N 22-10-19 W 100-57-48 25,000/300 on 1190) In this originally color-coded listing, the first part was from WRTH 2007, the long URL from SCT, and the last part about 1190 from Fred Cantu`s website. I haven`t found exactly what the plus symbol means in the lengthy introduxion to John`s list, but maybe it`s construction permit. Craig Healy`s Westlist, allegedly offline, came up in a Google search, the SLP state page as of Nov 2006, already showing XEXQ on 1190 with 25/0.3 kW. http://www.am-dx.com/lists/104stat.htm There is precious little on the UASLP website about the radio station. Searching on XEXQ, we got this item about a radio marathon when they were on 1460, date Thursday Sept 30, no year given, but has to be several years old since in 2007 that was a Sunday: http://www.uaslp.mx/Avisos.aspx?na=128 Oh, here are pages about this year`s Radio Marathon, which was on Sept 28, and as of then they were already on 1190, with 6045 also displayed. http://www.uaslp.mx/Plantilla.aspx?padre=1944 http://www.uaslp.mx/Plantilla.aspx?padre=1948 The page I had previously bookmarked showing their FM 88.5 program schedule, at least, is now blank: http://www.uaslp.mx/Plantilla.aspx?padre=1915 Both http://www.uaslp.mx/rtu and http://uaslp.mx/rtu no longer work. Digging further into the UASLP website, found this about the station: http://www.uaslp.mx/Plantilla.aspx?padre=3516 which says they are on the ``sixth shortwave band`` and also webcasting, but any further details? Of course not! Are there any further links from this page, such as to a webcast or a program schedule? No. It does show the person in charge, LCC. Leticia Zavala Perez. Despite the abysmally poorly-designed website, we are delighted that XEXQ is reactivated on SW and hope it is back to stay this time. The signal seems better than before, and the frequency is relatively clear much of the time. Aoki shows hardly anything else on 6045 between 0630 and 1430 UT when India starts. It`s also of note that all three currently active Mexican SW stations are cultural ones, playing lots of classical music. (Excluding XERTA 4810, reported once recently but still not heard again here.), while zero US SW stations are cultural, let alone non-commercial and would not be caught dead playing classical. (One could hardly classify VOA as cultural these days.) Clear evidence that the United States of Mexico are way ahead of the US of A (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 9599.29, Radio UNAM, Mexico City, 0755-0810, Nov 23, classical music. ID at 0803. Good signal & in the clear. Also heard at 1910. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Молдавия Hello Glenn, Just noted Radio PMR on 6240 khz at 2300 UT in English. I checked for them at 1700 UT recently, but no signs. Must be the new transmission time. Can you shed any more light on this? Best Wishes, (Chris Lewis, England, Nov 22, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Kishinev is now registered on 6240 at 2300-0100 with 500 kW, 309 degrees to CIRAF 8, 9 and 27, i.e. USA E of 90, Altantic Canada, Ireland, UK and France. Same azimuth as for VOR after 0100. Must be a new broadcast, finally a NAm service, but what are the full language timings? The 1700 to Europe has moved to 7370. PMR and DMR are both correct depending on which name you abbr. (gh) 7370, R. DMR, Nov 12 1703-1740, 31431-33433, English and German, News, ID at 1719 and 1720, IS at 1721. 7370, R. DMR, Nov 13 *1700-1740, 31431-34443, English and French, 1700 Opening announce, News, ID at 1719. 7370, R. DMR, Nov 15 *1700-1741, 33443-32442-43443, English and French, 1700 Opening announce, News, English ID at 1700 and 1718, Address announce at 1718, IS at 1720, French ID at 1732. 7370, R. DMR, Nov 16 *1659-1741, 31431-32432-34433, English, 1700 Opening announce, News, ID at 1700 and 1740 (Kouji Hashimoto, Japan, Japan Premium via DXLD 24/11/2007) Radio PMR's English broadcasts were monitored on Wednesday 21st November at 1900-1915 on 7370, on Thursday 22nd November I heard English at 1500-1515, 1600-1615, 1700-1715, 1800-1815 and 1900-1915 on 7370. After English they have 15 minutes in French followed by 15 minutes in German, 1900 appears to be the last transmission of the day. (Edwin Southwell, UK, World DX Club, dxldyg 24/11/2007) Нигерия Radio Nationale 7255 at 2105-2130+ in French. Radio Nigeria via Ikonodu listed in vernacular in PWBR. No mention of any country. Scot Barbour heard Nigeria in vernacular on 27 Oct (msg 22774)-maybe just a language change? (Liz Cameron, MI, dxldyg 19/11/2007) 6089.81, R. Nigeria (presumed), 0558-0627, Nov 19, in assume Hausa, high-life music and songs, news, series of ads, into program of indigenous music and chanting/singing, fair-poor. Dan Sheedy and I both observed the muddy audio and noted a buzz on the signal (perhaps from their transmitter?). Nice to have this in the clear for a change (Ron Howard, Canada - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 4770 R.Nigeria, Kaduna, 1155-..., 17 Nov, carrier detecgted, not content thereof; 15231. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) о-в Святой Елены Radio St. Helena is celebrating its special DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY year 2007 with a very special Radio St. Helena Day 2007 world-wide shortwave broadcast. The year 2007 marks a DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY for Radio St. Helena : - - the 40 th anniversary of broadcasting for Radio St. Helena, and - - the 10 th shortwave transmision anniversary. Saturday, 15. December 2007 ---------------------------------------- From UTC To UTC Target area -------- --------- ------------- 1730 1815 New Zealand 1815 1900 India 1900 2015 Japan 2015 2145 Europe 2145 2245 North America East 2245 2330 North America West 2330 0015 South America North 0015 0100 South America Central/South RSH will be transmitting on 11092.5 KHz in USB with 1000 Watts and using a 3-element monoband directional antenna. There will be a VERY SPECIAL and beautiful full-colour QSL card issued by Radio St. Helena for this special DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY shortwave transmission. The same procedures as in 2006 for reception reports, return postage, and QSLing will apply for this broadcast in 2007. Watch our web page: www.sthelena.se/radioproject for more information. With best greetings and wishes for good listening conditions, Laura Lawrence Station Manager of Radio St. Helena Robert Kipp Special Assistant to Laura Lawrence Jamestown, St. Helena / Langen, Germany 08. October 2007 Only reception reports sent by regular mail will be accepted. Email-reports will NOT be accepted. Return postage is absolutely required and is "at least" three IRC's or "Greenstamps". "At least" means that RSH welcomes donations at any time and in any amount. Reception reports by regular mail only and including 5 USD or 5 Euros in banknotes are to be sent ONLY to the following address: Radio St. Helena P.O. Box 24 Jamestown St. Helena Island STHL 1ZZ South Atlantic Ocean Good DX to one and all !! http://www.sthelena.se/radioproject/ (Bengt-Inge Bengtsson, U.K. - ndblist 23/11/2007) Оман 15140, Radio Sultanate of Oman, 1400-1500, Nov 24, Pop music. English news at 1430-1438. Sports news at 1439. "November Achievements" program at 1445. Pop music at 1456. Chimes/gongs at 1500. Very weak. Threshold signal at times, but in quiet conditions for a change. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Папуа Новая Гвинея 3235, Radio West New Britain, 1241-1325+, 11/20/07. M announcer w/brief commentary between light pop/island songs. Longer talk at 1259, but stayed on afterward and was still going strong by fadeout around 1325. Numerous other presumed PNGs also heard on a quick bandscan this morning in good conditions, some seemingly // to each other (but I can't read my notes as to which): 3205, 3315, 3325, 3335, 3365, 3905. Fair/poor. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 5005, Radio Nacional-Bata, *0459-0555, Nov 22, Sign on with National Anthem. Spanish announcements at 0502. Variety of Spanish pops/ballads, orchestral music & Afro-pops. Spanish talk. Weak with low modulation. I have been checking for the 6250 transmitter but only heard one day, Nov 17. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Перу 5014.3, R. Altura, Cerro de Pasco,1038-1054 18 Nov. Nice OA vocals, promo for event on 25 Nov. in Cerro de Pasco, w/ coverage "en Radio Altura, Cerro de Pasco..", into pgm "Lucha Musical(?)" w/ OA- style trip-hop [spoken/sung words, flutes/guitar back], repeat of event promo & "productos agricolas en Cerro de Pasco"(produce report?), list of local events..recheck @ 1102 had rel. pgm sounding like R. Vision's style of evangelism..(Dan Sheedy, Canada - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 4775 R.Tarma, Tarma, 2237-2251, 17 Nov, Spanish, phone-ins in a horoscopy prgr; 54333 & a vy. good, punching audio. Just the listed 500 watt? (Goncalves) 4790 R.Vision (t), Chiclayo, 2245-..., 17 Nov, Spanish, unreadable talks; 24341, CODAR QRM, echoing audio. (Goncalves) (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 4486.1, presumed R.Frecuencia VH, 0206-0220, Nov 21, Spanish. OM b/w ballads/lite pop music. Poor/weak under atmospheric QRN. (Scott Barbour Jr, Intervale, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 5014.5, presumed R.Altura, 1032-1051, Nov 18, Spanish. OM b/w Quecha sounding musical selections. Poor, slipping under QRN and huge Rebelde-5025 splatter by ToH. (Scott Barbour Jr, Intervale, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 4955 Radio Cultural Amauta (Huanta), 2305-2315, 11/18/2007, Spanish. Local pop music with announcements by woman. Poor signal with CODAR interference. SINPO 22222. (Jim Evans, TN, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 4826.45, Radio Sicuani, 2350-2359 Noted a male in Spanish comments, followed by local music. Again the male returns with comments at 2355. And again music presented. Signal was poor. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 24/11/2007) 4857.53, Radio La Hora, 2358-0010, With a male in conversation with a second male. They continue thru the hour, until 0004 when a third male gives live ID and leads into canned ADs. At 0006 signal drops off without any warning. Probably closed down on shortwave only and medium wave still up? Signal was fair. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 24/11/2007) 4955, Radio Cultural Amauta. 0010-0020, Initially noted a female in live Spanish Comments giving ID, "...Cultural Amauta....", then into music. Signal was good. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 24/11/2007) 4974.72, Radio Del Pacifico, 0015-0020 Can barely hear this signal, but note a male in Spanish comments underneath the CODAR and natural noise. At 0019, music heard. Signal was threshold. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 24/11/2007) Россия Кто знает работают ли еще следующие передатчики Радио России по данному Aoki расписанию: 4050 00-18 Бишкек 5895 13-21 Екатеринбург 6030 00-16 Екатеринбург 6060 21-12 Благовещенск 6085 21-17 Красноярск (скорее, 22-18 зимой) 6150 00-15 Пермь 6195 22-18 Улан-Удэ 11650 16-20 Пермь КВ-передатчики в г. Екатеринбург вообще еще существуют? Откуда-то слышал что нет. Спасибо большое, (Айке, г.Майнц, ФРГ - open_dx 19/11/2007) Я не слышу Радио России (Пермь) на 6150 кГц в этом сезоне. 11650 кГц проверить не могу -- Пермь слишком близко от меня и на 25 м, похоже, я нахожусь в "мертвой зоне". ((Дмитрий Мезин, Казань, Россия - open_dx 20/11/2007) 5960, Radiostantsiya Tikhiy Okean, 0935-1000 With a opening ID by a male, music is immediately presented. Following one tune, a male and female in Russian Language comments. This format continues for a few munutes but seems they had problems and went off the air by 0949. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 20/11/2007) 6095, Voice of Russia, 1000-1100 Although I didn't hear the opening remarks, this schedule of the Korean language broadcast is from 10 to 11 hours. With a female and male in Korean comments and many cut aways for Russian comments. Noted a parallel program on 5920 KHz. I want to mention that this freq is being relayed by a site in Irkutsk, Siberia according to Passport, but the WRTH says it's St Petersburg. The 5920 freq broadcast is suppose to be relayed by a site in Petropavlovsk according to the WRTH but Passport says Irkutsk again. EiBi B07 says both freqs are being relayed via Irkutsk, Siberia. So there's a number of choices. Both signals were good. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 20/11/2007) 6140, Voice of Russia, (PRES)1100-1200 Noted a program of Vietnamese Language(?) comments and features by both a male and female. Whenever program went to reports, they were in Russian. Interspersed were musical selections of Russian music. Not sure if language was Vietnamese, but it sounded like it. Signal was fair. This may be relayed via Chita. All hard copy sources say this should be scheduled between 1200 to 1300 UTC vice 1100 to 1200 UTC on this freq (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA, 20/11/2007) 6140 Chita 500 kW 194degr scheduled 1100-1200 Radio Rossii RRS [but Aoki mentions VoRUS Chinese instead] 1200-1300 VoRUS in Vietnamese. \\ Dongfang MW 603, Moscow 11630 til Mar 1st. 15460 from March 2nd, 2008. 1314-1400 Vatican Radio relayed. VIETNAMITA 500 AM 6140 HR 4/4/1 194 Tchita. (W. Bueschel, Germany - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Летом дневная частота Перми была 6030 кГц. В новом сезоне не слышу их ни на 6030, ни на 6150. (Сергей Никишин, Москва, Россия - open_dx 23/11/2007) Руанда 6055, Radio Rwanda, 2020-2100*, Nov 18, Audible after Turkeys sign off at 2020. Afro-pops. Vernacular & French talk. Mentions of Rwanda. Sign off with short techno-pop number. Fair. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 5975, Sudan Radio Service, via Kigali, *0300-0330*, Nov 22, opening English ID announcements. News at 0302. Program at 0315 about government policies in Southern Sudan. Mon-Fri only. Poor to fair with adjacent channel splatter. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 6055, R.Rwanda, 2043-2100*, Nov 20, French. Pop music prg. w/ YL announcer who occasionaly sings along to the music. Short techno music bit at s/off. Fair. (Scott Barbour, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 6055 R. Rwanda 2000 buried under VO Turkey in EE. In the clear at 2058; announcer switching between English and French, alt. with local music. Off suddently with no ID at 2102. (Steve George, MA USA Nov. 22 - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) Румыния Just like my previous log 2+ hours earlier on 6115, RRI, Nov 18 at 2356 closing English with e-mail address, IS, accompanied by its own roaringly defective transmitter. I assume this will go away in a few months once RRI gets all its new transmitters installed and operational, so enjoy it while you can (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) It`s so recognizable, the Tiganeshti transmitter which puts out as much roaring noise as it does RRI modulation. Nov 20 at 1349, there it was on 15105, as scheduled in English at 1300 (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Саудовская Аравия Yes, checked the Jeddah 11855 channel at present at 1100 UT. Tiny signal and audio under threshold as always, could only detect spoken conversation -- reception of Jeddah was much better southerly when touring in Spain ! Measured again 11854.90 kHz at 1100 UT. I guess also, that's Riyadh's 2nd programm on registered channel. That's seems to be the daytime frequency in B-07. Jeddah on A-07 in October was always on 9675 kHz also on late mornings and noon. But heard nothing on 9580 and 9675 kHz today, the usual Jeddah channels. Nearby heard the BUZZY Riyadh 500 kW beast on 11935 this morning 1050 UT, scheduled 0900-1200 UT. Noted FOUR carriers, when switched the E1 to SYNC SSB mode, at x.20, x.10, x.00, and -x.90 kHz. 73 wb Btw. at present the new German private radio initiative is on air {former RIAS / DLR Berlin} 6005 kHz. Latter is coming from T-systems Juelich site, 100 kW probably on vertical cache antenna of 976 antenna type. 6005 kHz Radio 700, Funkhaus Euskirchen shortwave via T-systems Juelich installations non-dir? Saturday Nov 24, 1000-1200 UT. See http://radio700.de/frame.php?seite=hoeren&kategorie=kurzwelle&language=de Another fairy tale hour, after IRRS Milan hour... The licencee told a legend and claims the DX world, that they use an 'own SW tx' in Eifel-Germany area, some 100 kilometers south of Juelich location. Radio 700 audio is S=6-7 here and suffers deep fading, compared to Wertachtal 5955 S=8-9, Berlin 6190 S=9, at same time slot. (W. Bueschel, Germany - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Сейшельские о-ва Strong Arabic signal on 9550, Nov 22 at 2013 I first assumed was RHC until I found Cuba really opening their Arabic at 2029 on 11800, just as 9550 was going off at 2030. So looking that up, I find it`s really FEBA via Kigali, 30 degrees to the ME daily at 1900-2030 (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Сербия У Международного Радио Сербии новый адрес в Интернете http://www.glassrbije.org (т.е. Голос Сербии). В декабре, после устранения неполадок на передатчике, станция планирует возобновить вещание через Биелину (250 кВт, Босния-Герцеговина). Сейчас станция по-прежнему использует передвижной передатчик мощностью 10 кВт в Стублинах (Сербия). Передачи на русском 16:00-16:30 и 19:00-19:30 UTC на 7240 кГц. (Александр Дядищев, Украина - open_dx 22/11/2007) Сингапур 7235 R.Singapore, Kranji, 1332-1350, 18 Nov, Malay, talks, interview, music; 54433, QRM de BLR (t). (Goncalves) 7275 R.Singapore, Kranji, 1329-1352, 18 Nov, Tamil, phone-ins, local pops, advertisements (seemed so); 55433. (Goncalves) (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 7235, RSI, 1124-1137, Nov 19, listed Malay. 2 OM at t/in. ID at 1130 into news w/ ments. of Malaysia and Indonesia. Poor/fair w/ USB chatter. (Scott Barbour, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 6120 RS International 1347-1355 22 Nov. Cheery DJ yak in IN to 1351 mx bridge/fanfare, "Radio Singapore Internasional..ciaran Indonesia..warta berita.." @ 1352 into world nx (Myanmar, Pakistan, Malaysia, Singapore)..very nice signal today. (Dan Sheedy, CAnada - dxldyg 24/11/2007) США I saw a recent logging of AFN on 7811 and I would like to add my observation. I too have noticed and have become annoyed at AFN's audio cutting out to dead silence every so often. However, I have also found that not to be true on parallel transmissions on 5446.5 USB. I found the 7811 audio holds solid on hotter audio feeds, with some programs having little to know audio silences. It is as though some sort of audio squelch or input voice (VOX) signal threshold is triggering audio on or off. Also, I found other AFN frequencies also being cut off perhaps from a common audio processing source. I have not tried to see if they all cut in and out at the same time. But, 5446.5 does not follow that pattern and holds steady on every program segment and AFN PSA. (Pete Costello, New Jersey, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) AFN, 7811-USB, Nov 22 at 2122 was still/again cutting out more than in, during feature about Thanksgiving from census.gov, and still cutting out, somewhat less, during Clark somebody`s talk show about VOIP. Isn`t anybody responsible for this transmission paying attention? (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) WHRA, 7520, Nov 21 at 2219 had some weaker CW on 7519 needing no BFO other than WHRA carrier. Cadence sounded like cut numbers, groups of 5, but did not make sure of this. I did hear `AR` run together which I don`t think is part of usual spy letters messages. WHRA used to be on 11765 at the same time, but now it`s WHRI scheduled, Nov 21 at 2226, 315 degree azimuth close to usward, and huge signal accompanied by noisy sidebands, especially during music. By tuning to 11760 or 11770 one hears a continuous noise much like DRM, as if there were separate carriers; wonder what it looks like on a scope. Later at 2253 some speech was little better, since even during pauses there was background modulation keeping the sideband hash going. Checking WHRA, 11785, Thu Nov 22 at 1939, found that contrary to online schedule, it is not in English, but some unID tonal African language! Another clandestine broadcast? Maybe just missionary, as variations of ``kristian`` heard periodically, also mentions of Darfur. Tuned in at 1939 with YL talking; 1944 primitive and distorted music break; more talk, 1952 chanting with rustic musical instruments. Did not catch anything resembling an ID until 1958 when WHR announced in English QSY to 7520. The online schedule as of Nov 22 just shows for M-F during this hour: 1908 Mo-Fr 0208 PM 0245 PM Music Lesea Productions 11785 1945 Mo-Fr 0245 PM 0300 PM Moments in Bible Prophecy Ray Shockley So I am fairly sure it was neither of these; even if Shockley broadcasts in unID African tonal language, it was already going before 1945. So what is this?? Whatever it is, I suspect it is ruining reception of V. of Indonesia`s French service in Europe during this hour, right? If they are still on 11784.9 instead of 15150v or 9526v (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 9265, Nov 22 at 2013 man speaking over PA about Yahweh; no ID, but am 101% certain this was WMLK as scheduled. The modulation level is no longer very poor, but fair, and definitely not yet good. Off when rechecked sometime after 2100 (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Таджикистан 7430 TAJIKISTAN. BBC (tentative), 1352-1402+, 11/23/07, listed Bengali/Hindi. M interviewing another M on the phone, then a more extended talk. Theme music at 1359 to more upbeat F announcer at 1400. Tentative log, but nothing else listed on this freq at this time. Poor. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Тайвань 6085, Radio Taiwan International, (pres)1010-1030 Noted a broadcast of Mandarin comments from a male and female. Checked a few of the freqs where this was suppose to be in parallel and believe both 9415 and 6150 were active. 9415 KHz seemed to be particularly simular. Since the signal on 6085 was partly covered by WYFR, it was difficult to comfirm anything. At 1027, fanfare or martial type music heard and this was on 9415 KHz also. (Chuck Bolland, Clewiston, FL, USA - 20/11/2007) R. Taiwan International, 13695 // 11665, in French news headlines, constantly interrupted by bits of music, as if giving the news straight would be too boring! Both are via WYFR: 11665 is 44 degrees to Europe, while 13695 is 355 degrees for Canada east of 90W plus Greenland. Not too many broadcasts in French to Greenland, I expect. Thank you, RTI (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Тайланд 9535, Radio Thailand, 2038-2045, Nov 18, tune-in to English news. Talk about local wildlife sanctuaries. Gongs & ID at 2044. Into listed Thai at 2045. Fair to good. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) Танзания 11735 R.Tanzania, Dole, Zanzibar, 1830-1845, 17 Nov, Swahili, Arabic-like ballads, talks; 55444. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 11735, RTZ, 1838-1905, Nov 19, Vernacular. Interview at t/in, local music and EG pop ballad. ID/drums at ToH folowed by news w/ several ments. of Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam. Fair. (Scott Barbour, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Radio Tanzania Zanzibar, 11735, noted today with no English segment from Spice FM at 1800-1810. 22 November. (Steve Lare, Holland, MI, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) 11735 R. Tanzania Zanzibar 1700 time pips, then man talking but too weak to identify the language. At 1758 retune, upbeat traditional songs through 1800.00 with no break. Mixture of music and talk in presumed Swahili, again through 1900.00 with no break. Phone interviews 1845, talk and music to 2000. Time pips, ID and presumed news in Swahili. At 2050 retune, M alternating between Arabic and Swahili, s/off with NA 2057. Great music; no English news heard 18 - 21 UT. (Steve George, MA USA Nov. 22 - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) 11735, Radio Tanzania-Zanzibar, 1759-1809, Nov 23, drums at 1759. Time pips, "Spice FM" ID and English news at 1800- 1808. Back to Swahili at 1808. Good. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Турция V. of Turkey, English to NAm on 5960 is not working too well; Nov 19 at 2345 Turkish music badly squeezed between the Dentro-Cuban Jamming Command, grinding on 5955 against non-detectable R. Republica from secret site --- have they moved? And RHC Creole on 5965 with some splatter (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Уганда 4976 R.Uganda, Kampala, 1806-1814, 17 Nov, English, news; 54333, het. w/ VoRUS 4975 via TJK. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 4976, presumed R.Uganda, 2102-2108*, Nov 20, Vernacular. Afropop music under CODAR, pulled the plug at 2108 w/o ID or announcments. Fair/poor. (Scott Barbour Jr, Intervale, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Узбекистан 7485 UZBEKISTAN. Bible Voice (presumed), 1405-1419+, 11/23/07, listen Hindi/Bengali. Long contiuous sermon-type talk by F, then later a couple of hymn-type songs sung by a chorus. Just above the noise floor. Poor. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) 9500 UZBEKISTAN. CVC/The Voice Asia, 1213, 11/23/07, Hindi. Female DJ spinning subcontinental pop music, ID as "The Voice Asia" and contact info given w/addresses in Pakistan and India, possible short news update at 1230, apparent promo-type spots, then back to the tunes. Slight co-channel QRM from presumed CNR-Shijiazhuang. Fluttery, else fair. (Mark Schiefelbein, MO, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Финляндия/США WYFR Family Radio с тестами через Финляндию с 21 ноября по 5 декабря: 1800-1900 on 6125 POR 250 kW / 110 deg to EaEu in English. 1900-2000 on 6130 POR 250 kW / 130 deg to WeAs in English. На средних волнах 963 кГц 19-20 UTC передача WYFR на английском. (А. Дядищев, Украина - open_dx 22/11/2007) I observed a different behaviour of the 6005 signal after 1000: Here it was a little bit stronger than 5955 (Wertachtal) and much stronger than 6190 (Berlin modest power). The fading patterns differed noticeably from both. Meanwhile it has been hinted in the already referenced discussion that the whole thing was not properly authorized, resulting in all this secretiveness. Fairytale gone bad, to put it with the name of a song by the Finnish band Sunrise Avenue that has been played to death by German AC stations. Btw, the Family Radio tests via Pori are a no-show tonight here. Around 1830 I found only an unresolvable jumble on 963 and a faint carrier (too weak for me to get audio) on 6125. (Kai Ludwig, Germany - dxldyg 24/11/2007) At 1910 mediumwave 963 with Family Radio via Pori a nice signal here. Parallel 6130 via Pori real weak, as usual for this skip zone. I guess 963 starts at 1900 so you were a bit early? (Jari Savolainen, Finland - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Чад 6165 RD.Natle. Tchadienne, N'Djamena, 1135-1215, 17 Nov, French, newscast, Arabic, news too; 34432, QRM de HRV, with RNW in Spanish via ATN audible when switching to the CeAM Beverage. Later obs'ed. 1900-1914, same day, French, announcements prior to news at 1901; 53432, QRM de 2 stns. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Чехия The R. Prague 02 UC 5995 kHz broadcast is just about useless here due to severe QRM from R. Habana Cuba on 6000. November 20, 2007 *0200 R. Prague broadcast began with News and a report on 18 years since the end of Communism. Unfortunately, around 0213 UT RHC QRM totally wiped out R. Prague. Even without the RHC QRM, R. Prague's signal was only fair to poor. (kg4lac - dxldyg 20/11/2007) R. Prague, 7345, Nov 19 at 2327 giving complete transmission schedule in English, arranged by target area, and followed at 2330 by English, while the 2300-2327 broadcast is scheduled in French. So maybe the language of the 3-minute schedule summary between broadcasts matches the transmission which follows rather than the one which precedes, despite the fact that relays such as WRMI wind up broadcasting 3 minutes of irrelevant French after 27 minutes of English. Then I checked 6000 at 2330 and found R. Praga in Spanish via Sackville as usual colliding with RHC in Spanish (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Шри Ланка 7595 with something in Central Asian language, Nov 21 at 1447, and giving a www at 1451; RTTY QRM on high side. EiBi and HFCC say it`s R. Liberty in Tajik via Iranawila, 348 degrees, so also favoring NAm (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Эквадор 12025, VG signal in Arabic at 2143 Nov 22, but at 2144:30 cut to RCI IS and IDs for a semiminute until 2145* This is one of those multi-layered gospel huxter services, which HFCC classifies as HCJB via Merlin via Sackville, 250 kW, 73 degrees to CIRAF 37 and 38NW, i.e. Iberia, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya. This confusing transmission is missing from Eibi, and Aoki has A07 info as via Rampisham. It does switch sites depending on season, so tnx to RCI for leaving no doubt about it currently. Let us approach identifying this from HCJB. This page makes no mention of Canada as one of the relay sites they use, but UK is mentioned: http://www.hcjb.org/mass_media/radio/broadcast_sites.html This schedule, besides being out of date and linked as ``international shortwave`` does not mention any Arabic nor anything but Pifo site: http://www.hcjb.org/docs/radio/HCJB_A07_Sched.pdf No, you get nothing if you change A to B! Where do you find a COMPLETE HCJB SW schedule including relay sites? Not from them directly, it seems. Try searching the site on Arabic, and you get 53 articles going back a few years, but I just want to know what this 2100 UT broadcast is. No, I am not going to go thru all 53 of them, but something looks familiar at #50 from 8 April 2005, in part: ``HCJB World Radio reaches across North Africa, the Middle East and Europe with Christian Arabic programming aired via shortwave, satellite and local stations. The Radio Al Mahabba (Radio Love) Arabic satellite network airs programs direct-to-home 24 hours a day.`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Экваториальная Гвинея 5005 RNGE, Bata, 1809-1818, 17 Nov, Vernacular, news (?); 55333. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 6250 Radio Nacional (Malabo), 0601-0612, 11/19/2007, Spanish. Local pop music with short announcement by woman. Apparent news by man with mention of Malabo and Bata, and segments from field reporters. Moderate signal (SINPO 34333) until abrupt disappearance in mid-sentence at 0612. First log of this station in many years. (Jim Evans, TN, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Эфиопия WHRA was gone again from 15665, Monday Nov 19 at 1427, so it must be a Sat/Sun thing only, and no longer QRMing DW`s new Amharic frequency via Rwanda, 15660 --- and there was no jamming audible on it this time either. DW`s other frequency, 15645 via Sri Lanka, did have noise jamming on it and no DW audible at 1447. At first I thought 15660 might have some co-channel audio again, but could not detect any at 1447 (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Nov 21 check of jamming against DW Amharic: earlier in the 1400 UT hour, just noise on 15645 and 15660, but at 1452 around 15645 there were oscillating tones, and less so but detectable on 15660. Already at 1456 the jamming went off 15645. As usual, DW itself was audible only on 15660. DW, 9690 via Kigali, 295 degrees, English to WAf, Nov 22, after news about Uganda at 2016, at 2019-2023 interviewed the head of DW`s Amharic service, Ludgar Sadowski (sp?) about the recently started Ethiopian jamming. Among the points: it was first detected by DW`s in-house monitors on Nov 11 against the service`s two frequencies [WTFK? 15640, 11645], and `yesterday` also against the third [15660]; and there is also jamming against 3/5 of the VOA Amharic frequencies. The jamming will ultimately backfire, but DW is not pointing fingers at who is behind it; however, DW Intendant Bettermann has written to the Ethiopian ambassador in Berlin asking him to look into it. There has been a clampdown on press freedom in Ethiopia since the elexions of May 2005. As usual, DW makes you go thru multiple steps until you finally find their current English SW radio PROGRAM (as opposed to frequency or transmission) schedule. Saving you the trouble, here it is: http://www.dw-world.de/popups/popup_pdf/0,,2530152,00.pdf Which however does NOT show the frequency I was listening to, 9690, but rather ex-9735. It does show that the program was the 25-minute (short) version of Newslink. I am looking for the audio file to reference. Back on the audio-on-demand page, however, checked after 2300 UT, already replacing the 2005 edition, we get the 2105 UT edition of Newslink, which does NOT include this story which should have started about :14 minutes into the file. Also, you have to choose the real version if you want to be able to move immediately into the file, not the mp3 or wm versions, altho the latter show the length of the file and the embedded real player does not. What a mess and a waste of time (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 6110 R. Fana 0257 IS, sign-on 0202 by W, "This is Radio Fana," repeated in other languages, into quiet music with male ancr., occ. mentions of Radio Fana. 5970 has carrier but no audio hrd here. (Steve George, MA USA Nov. 23 UTC - CumbreDX 23.11.2007) ЮАР 3233, BBC relay, 2148-2200*, Nov 20, English. Report re bookstores, books people are buying. BBC promos at s/off. Fair in ECCS-LSB. (Scott Barbour, NH, USA - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Япония NHK Warido`s Sunday-morning classical music show is still going, run across starting at 2305 UT Saturday Nov 17 on 11665, which is a direct frequency, and on this occasion better than // 17605-Bonaire, which was running about one second behind. Only other frequency on the B-07 schedule which I looked up later, is 11910 to Asia, while 11665 is to SE Asia. Our cup runneth over: CVC Chile also is doing their token classical music show during the same hour on 15410, better reception than both of Japan`s frequencies, but blasphemously, CVC audio kept cutting out during Hallelujah Chorus (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) Not jamming per se, but CRI just happens to have a Russian broadcast on 5965 at the very same time that RCI Mandarin is relayed via Yamata, 1500 UT. As noted Nov 20 at 1459, NHK multi-lingual IDs including English, overridden by CRI ID in Chinese, IS, opening Russian, which is at 55 degrees to E Sibir. At 1514 one of them was playing El Condor Pasa, in either case, incongruously (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) -- СВ/ДВ 540 18/11 0140 B R. Mirador, Rio do Sul/SC, OM "acerte com a Mirador" 33443 550 18/11 0208 B R. Banda B, Curitiba/PR, px "Madrugada Legal" 33443 570 18/11 0224 B R. Eldorado, Criciuma/SC, px da Rede Bandeirantes 44444 580 18/11 0251 B R. Nova Relogio, px rlg, sinal horario 22322 600 18/11 0356 B R. Gaucha, Porto Alegre/RS, nx abt CPMF 620 18/11 0420 B R. Pelotense, Pelotas/RS, jingle da emissora, MPB 22432 (Ivan Dias, Sorocaba, Brasil - radioescutas 19/11/2007) 550 19/11 0054 B R. Sociedade Norte de Minas, Montes Claros/MG, px rlg LBV 34443 970 18/11 2345 B R. Pampa, Porto Alegre/RS, manchetes de jornais, jingle da emissora 44444 970 19/11 0010 PRG R. 9-70, Asuncion, cm abt selecao local 23222 990 18/11 2330 ARG UNID, OM "Mitre informa primero" 33333 (Ivan Dias, Sorocaba, Brasil - radioescutas 19/11/2007) ARGENTINA 590 0237 15/11 R. Continental, Buenos Aires, YL/OM, talks, SS 43333 RFP 620 0238 15/11 R. Prov. de Misiones, Posadas, mx local, id OM: "LT7, la estacion ------", SS 44333 RFP 700 0247 15/11 R. Cordoba AM, Cordoba, OM, nxs, SS 33333 RFP 1690 0213 17/11 R. Apocalipsys II, San Justo, mx local, SS 25322 RFP 910 0315 19/11 La Red, Buenos Aires, OM/OM, talks, SS 43333 RFP BRASIL 640 0244 15/11 R. Bandeirantes, Porto Alegre - RS, OM em conversa c/ deputado Jeronimo, px "Bandeirantes a caminho do Sol" 44333 RFP 760 0249 15/11 R. Manchete AM, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, px "Show do Carioca", OM 34333 RFP 1470 0234 17/11 R. Primavera, Porto Ferreira - SP, mx, id OM: "Primavera AM, a primeira do seu dia" 33333 RFP 1380 0248 17/11 R. Globo, Presidente Prudente - SP, id OM 43333 RFP 600 0254 19/11 R. Gaucha, Porto Alegre - RS, OM, tx de samba da escola Praiana 15321 RFP 720 0300 19/11 R. Guaiba, Porto Alegre - RS, musicas brasileiras antigas 45344 RFP 700 0302 19/11 R. Eldorado AM, Sao Paulo - SP, OM, anuncio do px "Eldorado Esportes", px "Panorama Eldorado" c/ Leandro Andrade 45444 RFP 750 0305 19/11 Unid, OM: "Aleluia, a Rede da familia" 45434 RFP PARAGUAI 780 0255 15/11 R. Primero de Marzo, mx paraguaia, SS 43333 RFP UNID 890 0259 15/11 (R. Sarandi Sport - URG??), OM/??, talks, SS 43333 RFP 1510 0231 17/11 (R. San Carlos - URG??), OM, tx de jogo, SS 33333 RFP 1470 0242 17/11 (R. Cristal - URG??), OM, SS 33333 RFP (Rubens Ferraz Pedroso, Bandeirantes, Brasil - radioescutas 19/11/2007) 550 WIOZ NC Pinehurst - 11/19 2000 - Fair; nostalgia, "It's 8 o'clock, time for the news on WIOZ AM Pinehurst," into AP network news. New log! (BC-NH) 550 WGR NY Buffalo - 11/4 2000 - Heard partial multi-station ID, "...92.1 WDLA-FM Walton," into postgame sports commentary; through CHLN, YVKE, and unIDs. (BC-NH) 600 WMT IA Cedar Rapids - 11/19 2200 - Fair, over R.Rebelde Cuba with 603 Spain nulled out; "Serving eastern Iowa for more than 80 years... This is Newsradio 600 WMT Cedar Rapids," and Fox news. New log! Uploaded to dxclipjoint. Uploaded to 600 WFST ME Caribou - 11/19 1900 - Fair; "Family Radio WFST Caribou" into SRN news. (BC-NH) 620 WSNR NJ Jersey City - 11/19 2200 - Good; disclaimer for paid programming, "This is AM 620 WSNR Jersey City," into news from Israel. (BC-NH) 630 WMAL DC Washington - 11/8 0559 - Fair in WPRO null; "WMAL news time 5:59." (BC-NH) 640 WFNC NC Fayetteville - 11/8 0558 - Good; "Fayetteville' Fayetteville - 11/8 0558 - Good; "Fayetteville's talking about WFNC and Savage, weekdays at eight..." into jingle and ID, "News/Talk 640 WFNC Fayettev 640 CBN NL St. John's - 11/19 2100 - Good; "You're tuned to CBC Radio One, 90.3 FM in Marystown," and CBC news. (BC-NH) 670 WIEZ PA Lewistown - 11/7 1700 - Fair, over R.Rebelde Cuba; "You're listening to the information station, WIEZ Lewistown, Huntingdon," into ABC news. (BC-NH) 920 CJCH NS Sydney - 11/19 1800 - Good; "This is 92 CJCH, all oldies all the time" and news from the "National Newsroom of the Canadian Press." (BC-NH) 920 CKNX ON Wingham - 11/5 1900 - Fair; "This is your information leader in midwestern Ontario, AM 920 CKNX..." (BC-NH) 940 WINZ FL Miami - 11/5 1804 - Good in CINW null; Weather Channel forecast for south Florida, "940 Winz" ID, and traffic report for I-95. (BC-NH) 940 WNRG VA Grundy - 11/5 1900 - Fair in CINW null; "...Solid Gospel, WNRG, 940 on the AM dial, Grundy, Virginia." (BC-NH) 960 WHAK MI Rogers City - 10/20 1924 - "94.1 and 100.7" IDs and C&W music; under/over CFFX. (BC-NH) 960 CFFX ON Kingston - 10/20 1906 - Good; simulcasting CFFX-FM, "Lite 104.3, Kingston's light rock." (BC-NH) 970 WJMX SC Florence - 11/5 1900 - Fair; "...your home for news and information is News/Talk 970 WJMX AM Florence," into ABC news. New log! (BC-NH) 990 WLGZ NY Rochester - 11/17 1700 - Callsign ID heard in Spanish only, "...WLGZ 990 AM, la voz de latina," and tropical music. Paid programming per website schedule. (BC-NH) (Bruce Conti, Nashua, USA - mwdx 20/11/2007) 780 MEXICO XEMF R.Nostalgia, Monclova (26°56'N 101°27'W) NOV 21 0100-0204 - In a pileup consisting of Spanish rock oldies ("G-L-O-R-I-A Gloria" with Spanish lyrics, among other covers), Spanish religion, Mexican banda/ranchera music, Andean flute music, and occasional WBBM fade ins; heard XEMF callsign ID, Mission Impossible theme music at the top and bottom of the hour presumed to be from XEMF. Geomagnetic conditions active to minor storm earlier with K-index in the red zone. [Conti-NH] 780 PARAGUAY ZP70 Asuncion NOV 21 0134 - Very tentative; in Latin American pile up with Paraguay and Ascuncion mentions during ad/promo string. [Conti-NH] 780 VENEZUELA YVMN R.Coro, Coro (11°23'N 69°40'W) NOV 21 0129 - Surfaced in Latin American stew; "En Coro" mentions in ad string. [Conti-NH] (Bruce Conti, Nashua, USA - mwdx 21/11/2007) I recorded 1140 overnight. There was English religion mixing with two Spanish stations and a Portuguese. Winrad clearly seperated each of these. The Portuguese station seemed to be carrying sports talk. I have a few snatches of this here though probably not enough to go on. At times it peaked quite nicely out of the mess on the channel. http://skywaves.info/mw/1140-0225-22-11-07.mp3 (John Faulkner, U.K. - skywavesmw 22/11/2007) BRASIL 760 - 21/11 - 0442 - R. Manchete,Rio de Janeiro-RJ px show do Francisco Carioca 43443 MVB 900 - 21/11 - 0445 - R. Capital, Rio de Janeiro-RJ px a voz da libertacao (IPDA) 33422 MVB 1250 - 21/11 - 0406 - R. Litoral, Rio de Janeiro-RJ reporter litoral mx Time- Alan Parsons Project 33443 MVB 1340 - 22/11 - 0418 - R. CBN, Porto Alegre-RS nx em rede // 780 e 860 33433 MVB 1500 - 22/11 - 0438 - R. Cidade, Apiai-SP (PRES) px esporte em discussao(Rede Jovem Pan) 23432 MVB 1550 - 21/11 - 0452 - R. Difusora, S.Rita do Sapucai-MG (PRES) Rede ITASAT px Amilton de Castro locutor atende ouvintes por telefone id Itatiaia 05:00hs 33433 MVB ARGENTINA 1620 - 22/11 - 0403 - R.Universo FM, Mar del Plata, ARG mx Stairway To Heaven, Led Zeppelin 23432 MVB (Marcelo Vilela Bedene, Curitiba-PR-Brasil - playdx2003 23/11/2007) Yesterday (Nov. 23) evening (I tried at 2140 and at 2235 UTC) on 783 kHz mediumwave I've heard a test tone. I guess this testing is from a new transmitter for China R Intl in Clervaux, Luxembourg 250 kW. SIO=343. I immediately tried 1098 kHz (Clervaux, Luxembourg 120 kW) but nothing heard there... (Dragan Lekic, Subotica, Serbia - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Neither frequency has been used by Lux before, so these are brand-new transmitters, as planned and registered? (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) Right now (around 1730) I indeed have a continuous 1k tone mixing with Wiederau on 783, loud enough that it must be considered as harmful interference. The offending signal appears to come in from an eastern/western direction, rather close to the bearing of Wiederau, but this must be taken with some reservation since DFing within the building here could be falsified. Remember that the RTL coordinations for 279, 783 and 1098 stipulate tight directional patterns which would require expensive antenna systems. So what's going on here? (Kai Ludwig, Germany - dxldyg 24/11/2007) No test tone noted here on 783 at 1800. As Mauno says, Syria 1 kHz lower may sound like a test tone. One can easily determine whether it's Syria or a test simply by using LSB and USB. (JAri Savolainen, Finland - dxldyg 24/11/2007) A closer look reveals that there is indeed a signal on 782.0, as close on the full kHz as it can be made out next to the carrier on 783 (without sophisticated equipment, of course). But no signal can be detected on 784, although there should one be if a carrier on 783 gets amplitude-modulated with 1 kHz. So the Tartus (Syria) transmitter is no doubt the culprit if it is already an established fact that they are 1 kHz off. But I find it hard to believe that this is a carrier of 300 kW, the het is so loud here that I would suspect this to be at least 1000 kW, considering the distance of more than 2000 km. (Kai Ludwig, Germany - dxldyg 24/11/2007) - Венесуэла Radio Nacional de Venezuela, nominal frequency 630 kHz, has drifted up to 631.27 kHz. First noted 23 Nov 0549 UTC with ID and program "RN Noticias." Noted again 24 Nov 0425 UTC with Spanish teletalk. Signal fair to good both nights. (Marc DeLorenzo, Cape Cod, MA, USA - LatinMWDX 24/11/2007) Исландия 209 RUV, Gufuskalar, 0105-0120, 17 Nov, weather report, pops; 45353, i.e. almost the best reception one can get down here. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Марокко 1637a RTM-"B" (& other), site?, 1402-..., 17 Nov, Spanish, newscast till 1405, Rabat ID, Sp. songs; 35444 but still the weird, FM-like modulation causing the audio to be unreadable until one switches from the AM to the FM mode. I could not find this on any in-band ch. airing this in regular AM modulation and at the same signal level, which is frankly good. (Carlos Goncalves, Portugal - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Турция While working on my splatter killer I see the carrier of TRT 180 kHz each evening. It is burried in the spectrum of 183 Europe1 and 177 DLR. So my goal is to get their sidebands removed and recover at least a bit of audio from TRT. So far it does not work. But the spectrum does not show any sidebands of 180kHz. That is very strange. I am wondering what audio does 180kHz carry, it must be very weak audio or nothing at all, which would not make sense. Or is this something else, but the carrier disappears always at 2305 so that fits the schedule. (Jurgen Bartels, Germany - mwdx 21/11/2007) Well I am not closer to Turkey than you are but I can receive them quite good here 500 kilometers north of Stockholm. Signal strength is almost the same as 183 kHz, modulation is weak, but distorsionfree. The 177 kHz signal is much stronger here. (Gert Nilsson, Sweden - mwdx 21/11/2007) don't worry, they're in place (TUR) 177 D S9 180 TUR S9+10 183 F S5 may be TRT's modul. is a bit lowered (as it sounds) 1830z Nov 21, Kremenchuk btw, AM depth shown by g313e is 37-40% for TRT 95+% for DR 177 (Vladimir Titarev, Ukraine - mwdx 21/11/2007) 1140 WQBA Miami FL. “La Once Quarenta AM, La Voz de Miami” ID after promos W 0458 24/11 JF The band sounded in slightly better shape overnight after a few recent dismal DX days. 1060 had a Spanish signal and an English sports station - both at fair levels around 01:00. I moved to 1140 after 01:00 in the hope of catching the Brazilian or the other Spanish station I have heard there recently, but I only caught WQBA in the end, which is becoming something of a regular. CBI was also present but still weak. A possible ID from WRVA was heard on 1140 but it was too weak for comfort. Hoping for better things tonight. (John Faulkner, U.K. - skywavesmw 24/11/2007) -- Тропо 103.00 16:34 2007-11-18 HRV Radio Zadar Celevac Unattended RX 644E R-ZADAR_ 1386Km (Mike Fallon, Saltdean, U.K. - FM 19/11/2007) 05:11 87.90 E30A Merida E (W. Kitching, Telford, U.K. - FM 19/11/2007) 04:21 87.90 53BC Canneto Pavese/Monte Bruciato I (W. Kitching, Telford, U.K. - FM 20/11/2007) quando l'altra sera ho acceso la radio (DE 1103 con antenna stilo) non credevo ai miei occhi e alle mie orecchie, sta finendo novembre e i segnali non erano niente male! Ieri pomeriggio ho ricevuto anche da Alfabia! Dalle Baleari (Alfabia): 101.0 Onda Cero 5 kW 104.5 RNE R.5 100 kW (ricezione favorita grazie allo spegnimento di RTL 102.5 di Badde Urbara - Santu Lussurgiu(OR)) 100.6 Flaixbac FM 5 kW 106.8 IB 3 Radio 100 kW Dal Nord Africa: 101.9 UNID (MIGLIOR SEGNALE) (Riccardo, Samatzai, Italy - fmdx_Italy 21/11/2007) 04:18 87.90 536E Brescia e provincia I (William Kitching, Telford, U.K. - skywaves 23/11/2007) -- Digital Radio На этой неделе очень хорошо было слышно передачи из Новой Зеландии на частоте 9870 кГц, публикую три аудио фрагмента с позывными, идентификацией и региональными новостями, а также скриншоты waterfall, input spectrum и audio spectrum, записанные 14 ноября. Параметры сигнала: 16.56 kbps, mono. Лучше всего было слышно в период примерно с 9 до 11 часов, потом прохождение постепенно ухудшалось. Несмотря на то, что в 10.59 диктор объявил о прекращении трансляции на 9870 (первый аудио фрагмент), передача на этой частоте продолжалась и была зафиксирована примерно до 13 часов. Еще из результатов этой недели - удалось принять передачу Vatican Radio для Северной Америки на частоте 7370 кГц с 23 до 23.45, и Голос России наконец-то начал трансляции на частоте 6105 кГц, или, во всяком случае, эта трансляция стала относительно доступной в Латвии. 17 ноября я принимал последний час трансляции - с 22 до 23 часов, 18 ноября прием был возможен примерно с 21.30, но заметно хуже, чем за день до этого - не удалось даже принять идентификацию станции. Надо сказать, что из-за влияния соседнего ДРМ канала на 6095 кГц невозможно записать логфайл на 6105, потому что Dream сразу же переходит на прием более сильного сигнала. На скриншоте водопада это хорошо видно. Параметры для Голоса России стандартные - 17.46 kbps, mono. На мое предложение откорректировать контактную информацию, транслируемую в текстовых сообщениях, Голос России не отреагировал вообще, т.е. я даже не получил никакого ответа по электронной почте, и в эфир, в т.ч. и на частоте 6105 кГц, по-прежнему транслируются старые адреса интернет-сайта и электронной почты. Подозреваю, что адрес технического центра тоже устарел, т.к. в эфире не менялся с 2003 года. Есть еще адрес для писем в редакцию letters_at_ruvr.ru, отправил письмо и в этот адрес тоже. (Владимир Казгунов, Лиепая, Латвия - open_dx 19/11/2007) -- Неофициальное вещание Венесуэла The 2300-2400 UT broadcast of R. Nacional de Venezuela, Canal Internacional, via Cuba, is unlike most of the others supposed to be on two frequencies, but Nov 17 at 2315 found it only on 15250, nothing on 13680; but at 2352 recheck, both were on. You just can`t depend on the Cuban transmitter engineers to be on time. As expected, there is a big collision between RNV via Cuba and WEWN on Sundays when both are on 11875 for an hour; as confirmed Nov 18 at 1408 when RNV was way over WEWN; 11875 // 17750 but an echo apart from two different Cuban sites. Commies vs Catholix! (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) RNV CI via Cuba, 13680, Nov 19 carrier was already on air at 2255 with squealing the only `modulation`, worst when tuning to the edge of the signal. 2317 recheck was in ``Contacto con los Diexistas`` mailbag, from Japan, Cuba, then explained SINPO; and UTC as the same as ``Tiempo Civil`` or ``GTM`` as I`ve heard them do before, ending segment at 2320 with a gmail address, I think just rnv@gmail.com? (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) 11670 Radio Nacional de Venezuela, 22:07-22:15, escuchada el 15 de noviembre en espanol a locutor y locutora con boletin de noticias, cuna de ID “Radio Nacional de Venezuela, Canal Internacional”, Reportaje “Capitalismo abajo”, SINPO 44333. (J. M. Romero, Burjasot, Spain - dxldyg 22/11/2007) Западная Сахара 6300, no sign of LV de la RASD, Nov 18 at 2353 --- off earlier, moved or silent again? (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) Since I didn`t hear R. Nacional de la RASD the day before at all a few minutes before 2400, checked 6300 earlier Nov 19 at 2333 and it was there; tried to hear Spanish, but brain would not lock into Spanish mode, and decided it must be Hassania, rather than Hassania-accented Spanish. At 2401 recheck, however, definitely in Spanish ending ``Opinion`` commentary saying that Spain should be part of the solution to the conflict. 0002 sign-off, anthem played by off-key band to 0003 Nov 20 and carrier stayed on a while longer (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Корея Dear OM, I received test broadcast for North Korea on 9950 kHz from Nov. 13. 1200-1300 R Free North Korea (Nov. 13-14) Open Radio for North Korea (Nov. 15-16) R Free Chosun (Nov. 17-) 1300-1327 Open Radio for North Korea (Nov. 15-) 1400-1500 R Free North Korea (Nov. 15-16 and Nov. 18-) 1400-1420 VOR-Urdu, 1420-1500 VOR-Russian was mistransmitted Nov. 17. It is estimated that the test broadcast is transmitted from the Russian Far East area (Novosibirsk?). At 1330-1400 are regular broadcast of R Free Chosun via Tainan [Taiwan] de S. Aoki NDXC-HQ (S. Hasegawa, Nov 20, WORLD OF RADIO 1383, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Novosibirsk isn`t very far east, only 83 degrees E long., west of Mongolia (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 21/11/2007) Либерия 4760 ELWA (Cumbre DX follow up) Following up on Scott and Jari's observations, ELWA reports to Cumbre DX the following: ELWA is testing their new 5 kilowatt shortwave transmitter which arrived in country about two months ago. They are running it at 3 kilowatts into a new antenna from the hours of 1730-2300 UTC (5:30 to 11 PM local.) There will eventually be morning transmissions on 6070, but those have not started yet. Their former transmitter had broken down about a year ago, but is repairable. (Hans Johnson, FL, USA - Cumbre DX 20/11/2007) Star Radio, via Ascension, 9525, Nov 21 at 0703 with YL reading news about Liberia; modulation was somewhat muffled, not what I would expect from VTC/Merlin. Also weak het from 9526, but not really a problem, presumably Indonesian carrier already on. The next morning, Brian Alexander heard Radio Okapi instead of Star, quite a mixup? (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) Судан Sudan Radio Service in English, 5975 @ 0315z (apparently) via Rwanda Jerry Lenamon, Waco Texas, Drake R8B, T2FD 5975 0300 0330 47E,48W KIG 250 0 23456 281007 300308 D USA MNO MER 15019 (Jerry Lenamon, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 15390, Southern Sudan Interactive Radio Instruction, via Armavir, *1400-1428*, Nov 24, ID. English language lesson about the meaning of words. Doorbell sound between lessons. Local African music. Poor to fair. Tues, Thur, Sat only. NOT // 15675. Different English language lesson on 15675. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) 15675, Southern Sudan Interactive Radio Instruction, via Meyerton, *1400-1429*, Nov 24, ID. English language lesson about how to ask about members of the family. Doorbell sound between lessons. Good signal. Tues, Thur, Sat only. NOT // 15390. Different English language lesson on 15390. (B. Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) -- Наблюдения ESTADOS UNIDOS VIA ILHAS MARIANAs do norte 5810 2114 16/11 Radio Free Asia, via Tinian Island, YL/OM, nxs, CC 35333 RFP 5835 2144 16/11 Radio Free Asia, via Tinian Island, YL, nxs, coreano 35333 RFP ESTADOS UNIDOS 5890 2309 16/11 VOA, Delano??, OM/YL, nxs, SS 45243 RFP CHINA 96555 0005 16/11 CNR Beijing 8, Lingshi, YL/OM, nxs, uigur 43343 RFP ARABIA SAUDITA 15250 1130 17/11 BSKSA, Riyadh, OM, nxs, EE 45333 RFP LITUANIA 9290 2207 17/11 Radio Waves International, via Ulbroka, mx variada, OM, id, EE 45333 RFP 9290 2354 17/11 Radio Latvia Today, Ulbroka, mx, YL, EE 35333 RFP CROACIA VIA ALEMANHA 7285 2313 17/11 Voice of Croatia,??, mx pop, OM, id, EE, depois tx em SS 55444 RFP CHINA VIA CHILE 15540 1228 18/11 Radio Internacional da China, via Santiago do Chile, YL, mencao ao site da emissora: www.cri.com.cn , CC 55444 RFP MARROCOS 15335 1234 18/11 RTV Marrocaine, Nador, OM, AA 35333 RFP VATICANO 15235 1242 18/11 R. Vaticana, Santa Maria di Galeria, OM, nxs, CC 45333 RFP FILIPINAS 15225 1245 18/11 R. Veritas Asia, Paluig, OM, relg, kachin 45233 RFP UNID 13760 1304 18/11 unid, OM, nxs, depois OM/YL com leitura de cartas de ouvintes, SS 45233 RFP EQUADOR 11690 1334 18/11 HCJB, Quito-Pifo, YL, relg, SS 45333 RFP (Rubens Ferraz Pedroso, Bandeirantes, Brasil - radioescutas 19/11/2007) the logs link: http://zlgr.multiply.com/journal/item/104/New_logs_2_with_audio_ BRAZIL 9515 R novas de Paz (t) 2255 with songs announcing then ".. Dias de la communicada " then with full ID ,followed by more talks that pass the TOH . Again songs on 2302 Liangas 15 Nov Retziki THS GReece http://images.zlgr.multiply.com/attachment/0/Rz747QoKCokAAGJPbzs1/001 _A_001_zach_2007_11_16.mp3 PERU 4699.48 Radio san Miguel as per other HCDX users: recording on 2223 mentioning republica on 222745 and about Yura . S3 max 24132 Liangas 15 Nov Retziki THS GReece http://images.zlgr.multiply.com/attachment/0/Rz76vQoKCokAABc1KMs1/00 1_A_002_zach_2007_11_16.mp3 Please let me know if this attachments linmks are workable to you! Other logs: ??? 4924 RFI? 2312 ". de la France" as possible ID . better audio in LSB S3 Liangas Nov 15 Retziki THS GReece LIBERIA 4760 ELWA as per other in HCDX 2233 with songs . Short talk intervals in between 2250 wirh a halleluiah song . Signal S7 35223 with fast fades Liangas 15 Nov Retziki THS GReece S Africa 4760 R Transmundial (as IDed )1643 prg in PP mentioning address in Rwanda . at 1647 with prg in Swahili (p) S9 45534 Liangas 15 Nov Retziki THS GReece PERU 5014.5 Altura 2115 talks s by OM in Spanish followed. by a acapella song Possible ID on 2217, advert with mention of Equador , 2250 new tune in with empathic talks mentioning "condition o professionale" and a university on 2252 Level S5 , 24131 Liangas 14 Nov Retziki THS GReece PERU 4955 RC Amauta, Huanta (t) 2222 talks in Spanish S5 Liangas 14 Nov Retziki THS GReece BRAZIL 4845.25 R Cultura or Ondas tropicais 2224 with songs S8/S3noise floor on preamp Again on 15 with acapella songs and signal S6 w/o preamp Liangas 14/15 Nov Retziki THS GReece BRAZIL 4985 RBC 0504 with songs ` ventamos' S5 Liangas 15 Nov Retziki THS GReece BRAZIL 4895 R novo tempo? 0506 talks Sub-marginal signal Liangas 15 Nov Retziki THS GReece Cland 4672 "..Kurdistan " 0510 in farsi S4 Jammer on 4675 Liangas 15 Nov Retziki THS GReece Pirate 6270 unIDed 2352 with songs ` that's an illusion' followed by Germanic songs S7 33443 QRM by firecracker on 6280 (S10) Liangas 16 Nov Retziki THS GReece ??? 6260 The voice 2355 : Open carrier till 2357 starting with Bollywood songs (Lata Mangeshkar ) talks by YLin hindi using a new background song , afer TH . ID by another YL on 000130 follwed by Amen and Halleluiah. S9 max 44434 Liangas 16 Nov Retziki THS GReece (Zacharias Liangas, Greece - CumbreDX 19/11/2007) 3320 1430-1440 KRE 17-11 PBS, Pyongyang Korean ann, Korean choir and music 25232 // 6250 (33433) and 6398.7 (23222) AP-DNK 3325 1435-1445 INS 17-11 RRI Palangkaraya Bahasa Indonesia speech 24232 CWQRM - best in USB AP-DNK 3925 2210-2220 J 17-11 Nikkei R Broadcasting Corp., Nagara Japanese talk by man and woman, best heard in USB due to noise QRM 32332 AP-DNK 4750 1415-1600* BGD 17-11 Bangladesh Betar, Khabirpur Bengali/English Back on the air after one day closed during severe cyclone! Bengali talks and songs, 1530 news in English about the cyclone, strongest around 1415! QRM Qinghai PBS (QSA 3) 43433 deteriorating to 23232 AP-DNK 7400 *0730-0800* BUL 18-11 R Bulgaria, Sofia English ID, schedule, Special 50 years Jubilee DX-programme with interview of the host for 50 years, Dimiter Petrov 55545 heard // 9400 (55554) AP-DNK (Anker Petersen, DNK - playdx2003 19/11/2007) China: V of the Strait, Fuzhou, 4900 @ 1345z. China: Peoples Broadcasting Domestic Service, 5030 @ 1355z. India: AIR (Domestic Service) 9870 @ 1650z. Netherlands(non): R Nederland in Eng to Africa, 7120 @ 2000 (3 1/2 hours before local sunset)//11655. Philippines: FEBC Radio, Engish ID at opening, 9445 @ 2300z. Burkina Faso: R Burkina, in French, 5030 @ 2315z. China: Xinjiang Peoples Broadcasting Service, in 4980 @ 0015z, from Urumqi (central Asia) in Uighur. Also on 5060 in Chinese from Urumqi. Zambia: ZNBC, English dialect, 5915 @ 0335z. Lots of good music. Zimbabwe: ZBC, English dialect, 4828 @ 0340z. Swaziland: Trans World Radio, 4775 @ 0345z. South Africa: Channel Africa, in English, 3345 @ 0350z. Honduras: R Luz y Vida, in English (Unshackled) 3250 @ 0355z. (Jerry Lenamon, USA - dxldyg 19/11/207) N3985 0240-0400 HRV 15-11 Glas Hrvatske, Deanovec Croatian ann, non-stop pop music, but also English news 0300-0315 and Spanish news incl. news about reelection of Danish Premier Anders Fogh Rasmussen ex 3984.8 55555 // e.g. 1134 MW and via Juelich 7285. There was a spurious signal on 3943.75 (45441) AP-DNK 4699.36 2315-2400 BOL 16-11 R San Miguel, Riberalta (t) Spanish talk 15111 AP-DNK N4760.05 1900-2300* LBR 15-11 ELWA, Monrovia reactivated! English Continuous African hymns 34343 AP-DNK 4790.11 2330-2340 PRU 16-11 R Vision, Chiclayo (p) Spanish ann, pop music 25122 AP-DNK 5035.0 0005-0015 B 17-11 R Aparecida, Aparecida, SP Portuguese religious talk 34232 // 6135 (32442). Another weak Brazilian was heard underneath on 5035 AP-DNK 6035 *0000-0010 BTN 17-11 Bhutan Broadcasting Service, Sangaygang Dzongkha ann, Horn fanfares 33333 Weaker signal than a month ago, QRM from Colombia AP-DNK 7330 0940-1100* RUS 17-11 Radiostantsiya Tikhiy Okean, Vladivostok Russian talk 25232 heard // 5960 (14121) AP-DNK N15675 *1400-1405 CLA Th 15-11 Southern Sudan Instruction R Instructions, via Meyerton English ID, gong, teaching in slow English 45444 AP-DNK (Anker Petersen, DNK - playdx2003 19/11/2007) ARGENTINA 15345, RAE, 1940. Program in Italian with typical music. SINPO: 44444. . (P. De los RМos, Temuco, Chile). ASCENCION 15400, BBC, 1950. Notices and comments in English. SINPO: 33333. . (P. De los RМos, Temuco, Chile). 15195, WYFRI, 2020. Program with Christian lessons in English. SINPO: 44444. . (P. De los RМos, Temuco, Chile). GERMANY 9735, Deustche Welle, 1940. International notices in Portuguese. SINPO: 33333. . (P. De los RМos, Temuco, Chile). PORTUGAL 15275, Deustche Welle, 1920. Notices in English about human rights in Africa. SINPO: 33333. . (P. De los RМos, Temuco, Chile). 15275, Deustche Welle, 1920. International notices in Portuguese. SINPO: 33333. . (P. De los RМos, Temuco, Chile). SLOVAKIA 11610, Radio Slovakia International, 2100. Local notices and local history notes (in Spanish). SINPO: 44444. (P. De los RМos, Temuco, Chile). (Patricio De Los Rios, Temuco, Chile, 21/11/2007) 5005 20/11 2110 Radio Bata, Guinea E., music, fair signal but low modulation 5025 20/11 2125 Radio Rebelde, Cuba, very early! fair, QRM Benin only at 2150. No Australia. 5025 20/11 2150 Radio Parakou, Benin, phone talks & Afro music, FF, QRM Rebelde, poor to fair 5910 21/11 0030 Marfil Estereo, Colombia, songs, good 6035 21/11 0240 La Voz del Guaviare, Colombia, sport live. gooooollllll, fair 6135 21/11 0040 Radio Aparecida, Brazil, religious prg, //9629,93 fair 7185 21/11 0050 Myanmar Radio, Burma, songs &talks, good (Giampiero Bernardini, Milano, Italy - playdx2003 21/11/2007) 3905 0857 12/11 PNG R. New Ireland, mx pop EE, locucao em VV?? 24232 3915 2120 17/11 SNG BBC via Singapura (tent), quase inaudivel 22222 3925 0900 12/11 J R. Nikkei, mx instrumental 45454 3955 2103 17/11 UK KBS World Radi, via Skelton, YL FF nx, Tlk abt Coreia 44343 3965 2111 17/11 F R. Taiwan International, via Issoudoun, sinal fraquissimo 23232 3985 2114 17/11 ??? UNid, mmx EE selecoes 22432 (Marcio Martins Pontes, Brasil - radioescutas 21/11/2007) Malagasy Republic: RTV Malagasy, opening just before 0300z on 5010. It looks like sunrise on Madagascar would have been around 0200z, maybe accounting for the higher noise level than the other southern African stations heard at the same time. Barely audible by 0330z. Botswana: VOA English, 4930 @ 0310z. Zambia: CVC Africa, 4965 @ 0345z. As reported yesterday, Djibouti, Angola, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Swaziland. Most of these African stations are in southern Africa (except Djibouti) but the paths can be quite different. The bearing from Central Texas to Madagascar is about 77?, the bearing to Meyerton is about 111?, Angola is about 87? and Djibouti is about 48? (about the same as to western Europe). (Jerry Lenamon, Texas, USA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) CHINA 9450 1827 20/11 Radio Internacional da China, Kashi, I/S, final da transmissao em hausa ????? RFP 7240 2117 20/11 PBS Xizang, Lhasa, YL, nxs, CC 45333 RFP 7140 2127 20/11 CNR Beijing 2, Beijing, YL, nxs, CC 45333 RFP ALEMANHA VIA RWANDA 11690 1835 20/11 DW, via Kigali, OM, nxs, hausa 45333 RFP FRANCA 11705 1844 20/11 RFI, Issoudun, YL/OM, nxs, FF 25332 RFP CANADA VIA VATICANO 11875 1847 20/11 Radio Canada Internacional, via Santa Maria di Galeria, OM, nxs, id, EE 35333 RFP ESTADOS UNIDOS VIA EMIRADOS ARABES UNIDOS 11905 1900 20/11 VOA, via Dhabbiyah, OM, nxs, tigrinya 45333 RFP UNID 12035 1951 20/11 (Radio Exterior de Espanha??), OM, aula de espanhol, tx em AA 35333 RFP KWAIT 11990 2037 20/11 R. Kwait, Sulaibiyah, mx rock, YL, EE 45333 RFP RUSSIA VIA ARMENIA 7300 2115 20/11 Voz da Russia, via Yerevan-Gavar, YL, nxs, FF 45333 RFP RUSSIA 7170 2119 20/11 Russian International Radio, QTH??, OM, nxs, RR 45333 RFP 6130 2050 21/11 Voz da Russia, Moscou, YL, nxs abt a Uniao Europeia, FF 44233 RFP (rfp, Brasil - radioescutas 22/11/2007) 3945 KHz Iran Voice of Islamic Rep. Iran Zahedan 11/20 Urdu 03:30 female tkls maybe ID, 03:32 male recitation (Alcoran?), 03:36 short pop mx, male tkls 24222 (LOB-B). 3975 Hungary R. Budapest Jaszbereny 11/21 hungarian 05:24 2 male studio and outside tkls 22222 (LOB-B). 4220 KHz China PBS Qinghai Xining 11/21 tibetan 23:13 2 male tkls w/ short mx, slow pop mx, 23:15 male and female tkls (sounds like advs), 23:22-23:26 outside and studio male tkls 23322 (LOB-B). 6240 KHz Russia Voice Of Russia Krasnodar 11/21 EE 04:41 mx (instrumental, Kenny G. type), male tkls until 04:58 23322 (LOB-B). 9830 KHz Jordan R. Jordan Al Karanah 11/20 arabian 19:20 local mx, 19:22 male tkls, 19:23 male tkls during mx, 19:27 female and male tkls until 19:35 44444 (LOB-B). Mistake: the log below is wrong because Voz de la Salvacion is the name of a program, not the station, thanks Glenn. 4790 KHz Peru R. Voz de la Salvacion Chiclayo 16/11 SS 06:43 male preacher: “Chiclayo”, “i recibir un gran milagro”, “hay escutado la Voz de la Salvacion” 06:47 “haleluia” 34433 (LOB-B). (Lucio Otavio Bobrowiec, Embu, Brasil - radioescutas 22/11/2007) 3172.36 Peru, Radio Municipal, Panao 0015 - 0045 return after many days off, 20 November. [Wilkner-FL] 3390.29 Bolivia, Emisoras Camargo, Camargo 2330; 2345 to 0000 seems on a regular schedule/or being received each night at this QTH. 19 November [Wilkner-FL] 4824.5v Peru, La Voz de la Selva, Iquitos 1115 to 1125, very late Peru still audible long after local Sunrise in Iquitos. 18 November noted 0000 also on the 19th, [Wilkner-FL] 4857.39 Peru, Radio La Hora, Cusco 2315 to 0010 "... en numero 76 y 67..el pais.... la hora .... transmite desde....martes..." om, locator, 2355 start fade out, fair to to good signal, 19/20 November [Wilkner-FL] 4955 Peru, Radio Cultural Amauta, Huanta 2330 with messages "...Senora Marta Jiminez y sus hermanos....." other personal messages, good signal 16 November [Wilkner-FL] 5005.9t. Peru, Radio LTC Juliaca[?] 1100 to 1115 very weak, may still be broadcasting but have seen no reports. Carrier here many mornings [Wilkner-FL] 5039.21 Peru, Radio Libertad, Junin 1040 to 1110 om with musica, one ID as"... Radio Libertad...en la frecuencia de ..." by om, 18 November was absent 16 ad 17 November at the same time! [Wilkner-FL] 5460.1 Peru, Radio Bolivar, 0057 -0110, usual excellent music om locator in between songs 17/18 November [Wilkner-FL] 5470.80 Peru Radio San Nicolas, San Nicolas, 0024 to 0057 with om ID as ".... Radio San Nicolas.." flauta and percussion music, most of the music was non stop without announcements by locator. 17/18 November [Wilkner-FL] (Robert Wilkner, Pompano Beach, FL, USA - CumbreDX 22/11/2007) BRASIL 4824.5 R Cultural Ondas Tropicais with local music and id. Poor at 0005 (Olsson, Nov 23) 4915.0 R Difusora, Macapa. Nice local music and jingles. Very good at 0105 (Olsson, Nov 23) ECUADOR 9780.0 HCJB with a rel. px in German at 0300. Id and address (Olsson, Nov 21) BAHRAIN 6577.0 USB Information Radio. 0040 with a weather report in English. Fair. (Olsson, Nov 23) PERU 6173.8 R Tawantinsuyo (t). Male talk in Spanish at 0050. Poor. (Olsson, Nov 23) (Claes Olsson, Charlotte, FL, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) CHINA 4950 V.O. Pujiang 1133 OC and came on for about a minute w/tlk by W, then back to OC until 1157 when suddenly on w/pleasant instru. mx, 5+1 time ticks at ToH, then M and W w/voice-over ID anmnt, followed by several canned anmnts. Excellent signal on very good Chinese opening this morning. Others hrd on 5050, 5040, 4940, 4920, 4905, 4900, 4820, 4800 in the 60 mb. 4900 nearly on par w/4950 which was best. (24 Nov.) NEPAL 5005 R. Nepal 1131-1200+ basically only a carrier noted here, but I may have had bits of audio around 1137 and 1210. If they had their audio up to 100%, I think it would've been quite readable given the strength this morning. (24 Nov.) CHINA 3990 Gannan PBS (pres.) 1212 Tlk by W anncr in CH or CH dialect. Hrd under Hams of course. Too weak. Xinjiang is supposed to be here as well but isn't sked to s/on until a little later. (24 Nov.) CLANDESTINE 3985 Echo of Hope (pres.) 1214 obviously the stn here as it was being jammed. Tlk by M and W in Asian lang. V.O. the People 3912 also noted at the same time and also jammed w/the same type of buzzing jammer . (24 Nov.) INDIA 4895 AIR Kurseong (pres.) Hrd throughout the 1155-1222+ period w/Hindi vcl mx. Appeared // to other Indians carrying the nx when I checked from 1231-1235. Seemed strong enough but audio lvl too low. (24 Nov.) BANGLADESH 7250 Bangladesh Betar 1227 big S-10 signal w/OC, then IS plainly recognized at 1228 even though modulation was extremely weak. M anncr at 1230 but couldn't copy. Could here subcont. mx at 1237 check. The high freq of the flutes came though. (24 Nov.) PAPUA NEW GUINEA 3905 R. New Ireland Best PNG at 1245 w/Reggae mx, 1248 W anncr TC and song anmnt, then island song briefly and into couple Top 40 Pop songs. Was just lucky enough to catch short s/off ID then instru. NA at 1301-1302* amid Hams which came on at 1259. Carrier stayed on to at least 1307 when I left the freq. (24 Nov.) (Dave Valko - CumbreDX 24/11/2007) -- Неопознанное An unlisted Arabic station was heard yesterday, 20 November 2007, on 11965 kHz at 2039 UTC. It was still on at 2236 UTC. Arabic music, chat, and programme jingles, but I didn't get an ID. No "event" at TOH at 2100, except for 2-3 tones mixed into the studio chat to mark the hour. SINPO 33322. Maybe an additional Voice of Africa broadcast? Any ideas? (Eike Bierwirth, Mainz, Germany - hard-core-dx 21/11/2007) As I type I'm listening to a similar broadcast of an Arab type station mixed up with at least one other station, language unknown on 11965 KHz @ 2126 UTC on November 21, 2007. I can hear Arab style music, male and female announcers, stations unknown so far but haven't checked any schedules yet. Severe fading with weak to strong signals and a het which is understandable due to multiple stations. (Rich Brock, Pittsburg, PA, USA - hard-core-dx 23/11/2007) UNIDENTIFIED. 6855.0 AM, 5-digit Spanish YL numbers on AM, Nov 22 at 2117, S9+25, in the clear tnx to WYFR`s evacuation to 6875, which at the time was only S9+20, in English. Recheck at 2137, 6855 still going with numbers, or maybe repeat of previous transmission. She has a sing-songier style than some of the other numbers broadcasts, such as: 12180, still no WWRB, but 5-digit Spanish YL spy numbers on AM, Nov 22 at 1936 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 11805, Nov 22 at 1958, carrier with a variety of different tones, lo and hi, a few seconds each, thru hourtop until off at 2001:30 as splash from RHC Portuguese 11800 was building up. Per online skeds, the likely source is SENTECH Meyerton, following the scheduled 1900-1957 relay of RNW in English at 15 degrees, right? Would SENTECH do something like this? (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 23/11/2007) 11855.00 and 11854.94 odd. Somebody may measure the 11855 channel at 1400 UT? I hear two stations here in Germany, one is undoubtedly YFR in English, the other seemingly Iranawila in Georgian acc Aoki list. One station is odd approx. 60-70 Hz and produces nasty beat. (W. Bueschel, Germany - dxldyg 23/11/2007) -- Гармоники Россия 6013.79 and 6246.18 at 1805 UT 6013.97 and 6245.97 at 1850 UT and another spurious at 116.3 kHz away on 5897.91 and 6361.97 at 1857 UT. all VoRussia Moscow French til 2100 UT. (W. Bueschel, Germany - harmonics 23/11/2007) -- Глушение Китай Just as I tuned in Firedrake on 7300, Nov 20 at 0700, it went off in usual top of hour break for monitoring of Sound of Hope --- I could not hear it; maybe FD did. Also had Chinese on 4900, Nov 20 at 1407 while I was getting Indonesia elsewhere on band; presumably V. of Strait (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) Куба DentroCuban Jamming Command, and R. Republica, were both on 6135 at 2355 check Nov 18, so presumably this starts at 2200; at 2409 recheck they had all moved to 6155 and 6135 was clear for a het to be heard, probably involving the off-frequency Bolivian. Also checked 5955, Nov 18 at 2357 before Sackville 5960 came on, and definitely occupied by DCJC grinding, but with BFO no trace now of a carrier on 5954.1, as previously bringing us R. Republica from secret site. The RR signal was so weak in the first place, that I expect the DCJC first heard about it from Arnie Coro passing on DX news of it from us or other monitors. Sorry, but such are the drawbacks of a free press. RR wants to broadcast as much as possible but will not publish its own full schedule so people, let alone jammers, may not easily find it (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) Эфиопия/Германия Another check of the jamming vs DW situation Nov 18: at 1400, 15660 came on with DW theme, fair signal but under much stronger WHRA 15665`s Heart of Jesus. Could not detect any jamming under the circumstances (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 19/11/2007) 11645KIG like bubble, motorboat, pips, and whistle buoy howl jamming 15640IRA different crunch, rasp scratches, chirp noise on 15633-15647kHz 15660KIG Jamming Free (W. Bueschel, Germany - dxldyg 19/11/2007) Nov 20 check for jamming against DW Amharic: at 1408, 15660 was audible with DW but also with continuous noise, same as on 15640 where nothing else was heard; nothing audible on 11645. DW`s Amharic service is a bit strange; the news actualities leading to voice-overs all seem to be in English, not German, and at 1410 the news was about Myanmar, not Ethiopia. 1412 ID as ``Yih Deutsche Welle Radio`` and theme. At 1415 I thought I detected some other jamming modes under the noise on 15660 via Rwanda. By 1449 the noise jamming was gaining here over DW. As for Ethiopia also jamming VOA Amharic, BBC Monitoring says three of the five frequencies at 1800-1900 are jammed, and also Oromo weekdays at 1730 on same (Glenn Hauser, OK, USA - dxldyg 20/11/2007) -- Пираты 6305 21.00 DELTA RADIO, dutch pirate, music (Eros Ramazzotti), with good signal & QRM from 6300 KHz. 18/11. (F. Cecconi, Italy - playdx2003 19/11/2007) 1670,00 1711 2237 unid, Gr, talks, folk song 24222 3910,00 1711 2155 WMR,E, rock, talks, remembering R. Woodstock // 6400 24332 3945,00 1811 2244 WMR,E, David Bowie, ID, Dire Straits, Anchorage, hotline, email// 6400 35443 4025,00 1611 2235 LHH,E, ballad 23211 4025,00 1811 0655 LHH, E, ballad, ID, webiste, pops, Sally Oldfield, pops 24422 6220,00 1811 0645 Mystery R, disco dance jingles 35553 6220,00 1811 0802 FRSH,E, Peace, ID, good morning, Bruce Springsteen, Reports from Peccolato,Box Herten 25442 6235,00 1611 2200 KBC,E, Wolfman Jack show, rock, ID, promos, Cecilia, Beautiful morning,Smoky Robinson 35443 6235,00 1711 2200 KBC+R.Mi Amigo, E, rock, Brown sugar, K-po promo, Tina Turner, the river by Springsteen 35443 6270,00 1811 1007 R.Mazda, D, rock 23411 6275,00 1711 0800 Rainbow R.Int,via LHH, E, pops, talks 24411 6280,00 1811 100 R,Merlin Int, E, rock, ID, talks 24422 6298,00 1811 0950 Voice of GDR?, It's only rockandroll but I like it, talks 24311 6305,00 1711 0925 Orion R, E, rock, good morning, polka, reports schlager 24432 6305,00 1811 2215 Delta R, E, schlager, ID, hotline 0031 610379474, rock, dance, Una paloma blanca 34333 6306,00 1811 1005 R.Brandaris Int, E, rock, pops 24222 6310,00 1811 0750 Lowland R, E,polka, schlager, ID 24422 6400,00 1711 2155 WMR,E, rock, talks, remembering R. Woodstock 34333 6400,00 1811 2244 WMR,E, David Bowie, ID, Dire Straits, Anchorage, hotline, email// 3945 24332 9290,00 1711 2200 RWI,E,F, ID, welcome RWI 24th anniv. Totto:Africa, Santana, Voulez vous coucher avec moi...NO GRACIAS !!!! 35543 (Silveri Gomez, Spain - playdx2003 20/11/2007) **NORTH AMERICA. Pirate, 3276 USB, WTCR, 0149-0152*, Nov 22, oldies jazz music. ID as "WTCR-Twentieth Century Radio" at 0152 and off. Strong. Really booming in. (Brian Alexander, PA, DX LISTENING DIGEST) **NORTH AMERICA. Pirate, 3420 USB, WTCR, 0403-0455, Nov 24, Rock & Roll music by Rolling Stones, Beatles, Beach Boys, Sugerloaf and others. IDs as "WTCR-Twentieth Century Radio". Strong. Very good audio. (Brian Alexander, PA, DX LISTENING DIGEST) **NORTH AMERICA. Pirate, 6700.07, The Crystal Ship, 0110-0140, Nov 22, IDs. anti-war music by Earth, Wind & Fire, Willie Nelson and others. Poor to fair. (Brian Alexander, PA, DX LISTENING DIGEST) **NORTH AMERICA. Pirate, 6850.9, MAC Radio, 1840-1850, Nov 24, "Ultraman Show" with rock music by Twisted Sister. Yahoo e-mail address. ID. Very young sounding DJ. Very good signal. (Brian Alexander, PA, DX LISTENING DIGEST) **NORTH AMERICA. Pirate, 6899.1, The Crystal Ship, 1725-1735, Nov 24, ID. Pop music. Poor to fair. (Brian Alexander, PA, USA - dxldyg 24/11/2007) -- Связь 15094 14:40 AAT3BF NCS SHARES Newark Delaware station with sounding. (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - udxf 19/11/2007) Friday 161107 8885 1455 Al Muharraq arinc Bahrain with msgs. HFDL 300 1502 IT0212 ICAO 800400 Kingfisher flight at position 12.56N-77.41E (abv Kanakapura india) wkg al muharraq 1505 IT0433 VT-KFX Kingfisher AB320 with msg for Al Muharraq http://www.planespotters.net/Aviation_Photos/photo.show?id=057288 (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - udxf 19/11/2007) 6524.2 1550 Iraqi Army network : stations 6101 and 6869 soundings. ALE (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - udxf 19/11/2007) 05410.0 RS0013: Mkd-Mil 1327 ALE/USB clg CS003 (2007-11-19) (sw) 05410.0 CS003: Mkd-Mil 1327 ALE/USB clg RS0013 (2007-11-19) (sw) 03503.5 XSS: UK-DHFCS (NCS Forest Moor) 1328 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 07890.0 RS006: Mkd-Mil 1335 ALE/USB clg CS001 (2007-11-19) (sw) 07535.0 RS006: Mkd-Mil 1336 ALE/USB clg CS001 (2007-11-19) (sw) 06860.0 RS006: Mkd-Mil 1337 ALE/USB clg CS001 (2007-11-19) (sw) 06880.0 RS0013: Mkd-Mil 1344 ALE/USB clg CS003 (2007-11-19) (sw) 06880.0 CS003: Mkd-Mil 1344 ALE/USB clg RS0013 (2007-11-19) (sw) 08107.0 XSS: UK-DHFCS (NCS Forest Moor) 1350 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 07010.0 RS009: Mkd-Mil 1351 ALE/USB clg CS002 (2007-11-19) (sw) 07535.0 XSS: UK-DHFCS (NCS Forest Moor) 1353 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 06200.0 CS003: Mkd-Mil 1357 ALE/USB clg RS0014 (2007-11-19) (sw) Interesting ALE decode from Chilean Navy. 13490.0 at 1403 [RX][FRQ 13490000][TRU CAS][TRU BG9][TRU CA2][TO CA2][TO HLA][TO OFM][TO CASBF9CA2][TO HLA][TO OFM][TO CAS][TO BG9][[CMD 61 7F 7F]][E] (Sam, U.K. - udxf 19/11/2007) 6881.5 1903 1410 unid ale net with sounding. posibel Turkish red cressent or Morocan civil protection ? (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - dxuti 19/11/2007) 6991.5 19:25 KBDLNG unid station with sounding 19:35 T5B159 US Army 5.159 AVN Company B Fort Eustis (VA-USA) with sounding Transportation Unit. (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - dxuti 19/11/2007) 111107 1609 17515 AM Cuban V2a w/ 5F msgs in progress 111107 1625 13510 FAX CFH WX charts, being slightly interfered with by tones on frequency 111107 1710 11494 USB CG 1707 Linked w/ Camslant Chesapeake in ALE as 707, came up in voice advising inbound clearwater, req Camslant to secure guard 111107 1733 17435 AM Cuban V2a w/ 5F msgs 111207 1802 8097 MCW Cuban M8a w/ 5F msgs 111207 1915 8097 MCW Cuban M8a w/ 5F msgs 111407 0041 3450 CW OK Pirate beacon from Oklahoma 111407 0054 4094.2 CW PA Pirate beacon from Arkansas 111407 0054 4077.3 CW MO Pirate beacon from Oklahoma 111407 0057 4079.5 CW TMP Pirate beacon in Mojave Desert rpting TMP70 111407 0059 4102.2 CW W Pirate beacon rpting W & dits 111407 0100 4111.5 CW Dasher beacon from FL 111507 1608 17515 AM Cuban YL/SS V2a w/ 5F msgs (n2uhc - udxf 19/11/2007) 8912 2220 J33 USCG HH60J #6033 CGAS Clearwater sounding to OPB 2222 J29 USCG MH60J #6029 CGAS Clearwater sounding to OPB 2224 J34 USCG MH60J #6034 CGAS Clearwater sounding to OPB (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - dxuti 19/11/2007) 10698.0 2016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1438 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 06881.5 4020: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1452 ALE/USB clg 3610 (2007-11-19) (sw) 06881.5 3610: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1504 ALE/USB clg 4020 (2007-11-19) (sw) 06921.0 BB2: Isr-Af 1507 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 07868.0 4061: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1508 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 06870.0 PEJATEN: Unid 1517 ALE/USB clg GORONTALO (2007-11-19) (sw) Gorontalo city is the capital of the Gorontalo province, Indonesia. 08180.0 4001: Unid 1523 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 09371.0 3333: Unid 1534 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 06921.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1544 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 19/11/2007) 12110.0 3012: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1551 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 11490.0 0000210788: Grc-Ministry of Public Order (Hellenic Police) 1553 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 08600.0 1030: Unid 1554 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 08200.0 TUBRUK: Lby-GMRA Tubruk, Lby 1558 ALE/USB clg MSA (2007-11-19) (sw) 05035.0 9850: Unid 1558 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 05551.0 3551: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1602 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 09070.0 055: Unid 1605 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 09070.0 3271: Unid 1608 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 07868.0 9850: Unid 1617 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 06921.0 9850: Unid 1618 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 05132.0 9850: Unid 1620 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-19) (sw) 04855.0 2011: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1622 ALE/USB clg 2211 (2007-11-19) (sw) 04855.0 10111: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1635 ALE/USB clg 1116 (2007-11-19) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 19/11/2007) >Interesting ALE decode from Chilean Navy. 13490.0 at 1403 > >[RX][FRQ 13490000][TRU CAS][TRU BG9][TRU CA2][TO CA2][TO HLA][TO OFM][TO >CASBF9CA2][TO HLA][TO OFM][TO CAS][TO BG9][[CMD 61 7F 7F]][E] Some information if someone wants to make a scanfile for the Chilean Navy. Chilean Navy ALE ---------------- 6847L 6929L 8042U 8080L 8161U 8200U 8280L 9198L 10000U 10155L 11429L 11432L 12103L 12402L 13490U 14814 14580 15603 16640 16934 17446L 18277 19095L 19464 20400L 20602U (Freqs without U or L could be either upper or lower) IDs: 0ER 206 210 23F 4PO APM ASI B011 B9G BF9 RG9 BRE BUR CA2-Main Naval Base, Talcahuano CAS CCC COS CVA CVF DAD DAE DBM DCH ECC F26 FKW FLC FON FR3 FSS FVJ G3W GRZ HLA KJD MACABRO-Macabro Naval Base MASCARA-Mascara Naval Base OFM POR QEI RAF RAFAL REDJEFE RGL RO0 T61 TAC VFO XJF (Jim, U.K. - udxf 19/11/2007) > 06881.5 4020: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1452 ALE/USB clg > 3610 (2007-11-19) (sw) > > 06881.5 3610: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1504 ALE/USB clg > 4020 (2007-11-19) (sw) No no Sam ;-) the idents are looking the same but the 6881.5 (5575, 6789, 6902.5 ...) is a different net. Because nobody (?) knows the real "operator" we call it "Arab Voice Net". You might often hear short (open) voice in Arabic, often with roger-pieps after TO callings. I just trying to do a "summary scan" for them, but it seems that each evening new idents join that very large net (I think I have records for around 100 different idents so far) (Thomas Rosner, Germany - udxf 19/11/2007) > 6524.2 1550 Iraqi Army network : stations 6101 and 6869 soundings. ALE That is a net of the of the US company "Kellogg, Brown and Root (KBR), Inc.". They do contract works in IRQ. From: http://www.kbr.com/ >>> KBR is headquartered in Houston, Texas, ... The Company employs over 50,000 people worldwide in locations that include Australia, Africa, the U.K., Asia and the Middle East. KBR has built a proud history and a leading market position in the government and infrastructure (G&I) sector by being a low-cost, high-efficiency and absolutely reliable service provider. Not only is KBR the largest contractor for the United States Army and a top-ten contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense, it is currently the world`s largest defense services provider. >>> (Thomas Rosner, Germany - udxf 19/11/2007) 05079.8 ----: Swiss MIL network, SUI 1202 FSK 220Bd/ 330Hz, encrypted tfc. using TmS-430 device, 176 bit ACF during synch. procedure (19Nov07) (LDO) 05466.3 ----: Swiss MIL network, SUI 1226 FSK 220Bd/ 330Hz, encrypted tfc. using TmS-430 device, 176 bit ACF during synch. procedure (19Nov07) (LDO) 06514.5 ----: Regionalny Wezel Lacznosci Krakow, POL 1208 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone, rcvng e-mail tfc. from CWL Warszawa/LCR152 (19Nov07) (LDO) 06514.5 LCR152: Centralny Wezel Lacznosci MON/Warszawa, POL 1208 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, tfc to RWL Krakow using Harris RF- 67x0 SW (19Nov07) (LDO) 07650.0 002: UNID station, ??? 0846 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/ modified MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone waveform with shortened preamble and 300ms 1800Hz tone at the start of each burst, occasional use of proprietary ALM-mode based on 125Bd 8-FSK and narrowband ~10Bd 8-FSK with 15-tone sequence, sending file "CPUID.DLL" to '001' via serial tone waveform, occasional op chat via PSK in "radio English" (19Nov07) (LDO) 07650.0 001: UNID station, ??? 0847 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/ modified MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone waveform with shortened preamble and 300ms 1800Hz tone at the start of each burst, occasional use of proprietary ALM-mode based on 125Bd 8-FSK and narrowband ~10Bd 8-FSK with 15-tone sequence, receiving binary file transfer from '002' via serial tone waveform, occ. op chat via PSK in "radio English" (19Nov07) (LDO) ** Audio sample available upon request ** 07673.0 ----: Swiss mission to the EU in Bruxelles, BEL 1153 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone, crypto tfc to Bern, net using ALE with linking protection (19Nov07) (LDO) 07793.0 ----: Romanian embassy Kiev, UKR 0640 USB/MIL- STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone modem, exchanging short e-mail tfc. with MFA Bucharest (18Nov07) (LDO) 07793.0 CENTR3: MFA Bucharest, ROU 0637 USB/MIL-STD 188 141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone modem, exchanging e-mail tfc. with Kiev embassy (18Nov07) (LDO) 08020.0 ZB30: UNID Algerian MIL-station, ALG 1511 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B/HARRIS AVS VX scrambler, sending WX reports in French with thick Maghrebian accent to HJ30, voice IDs 'NN' and 'PG' (19Nov07) (LDO) 08020.0 HJ30: UNID Algerian MIL-station, ALG 1512 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B/HARRIS AVS voice scrambler, rcvng WX reports from ZB30, voice IDs 'NN' and 'PG' (19Nov07) (LDO) 08020.0 ----: Italian AF C-130J/MM62179, 1231 USB/MIL- STD 188-141B, SITREP to CHARLY46 - OPS normal, VX-ID as 'I2185' (19Nov07) (LDO) 08193.0 ----: Moroccan MIL net, 1605 LSB/MIL-STD 188- 110A App. B 39-tone modem tfc.,5LGs via PSK modem, occasional use of 200Bd/200 Hz FSK ALE system (19Nov07) (LDO) 09119.0 CENTR3: MFA Bucharest, ROU 0624 USB/MIL-STD 188- 141B, clng Romanian embassy Kiev (18Nov07) (LDO) 10255.0 ----: Pakistan Airlines Karachi, PAK 1405 USB, working Pakistani Airlines flight #2028, then QSY to 13342 kHz (18Nov07) (LDO) 11218.4 ZB30: UNID Algerian MIL-station, ALG 1326 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B, op chat in French with thick Arabic accent to HJ30, voice IDs 'NN' and 'PG' (19Nov07) (LDO) 11218.4 HJ30: UNID Algerian MIL-station, ALG 1326 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B, op chat in a mix of FF & Arabic to ZB30, voice IDs 'NN' and 'PG' (19Nov07) (LDO) 13432.0 ----: Pakistan Airlines Karachi, PAK 1408 USB, working Pakistani Airlines flight #2028, coming from 10255 USB (18Nov07) (LDO) 13457.0 ----: Swiss embassy Tel Aviv, ISR 0907 USB/MIL- STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, lengthy crypto e-mail exchange with Bern, net using ALE with linking protection (19Nov07) (LDO) (Leif Dehio, Munich, Germany - udxf 19/11/2007) here are some of ALF's (and my) no-ALE loggings from the last days. Some questions (but see the open "unids" in the loggings too): 5270 kHz: Italian Navy callsign "FILONE" (with vessel IAEQ) 5708 kHz: French Navy callsign "GOLF LIMA" (with ARMOR) 6745 kHz: unid Polish Airforce Ground station (with PLF 117), sounded not like "KRAKOW" (which was reported before) Who is the FSK4 plyer on 6978.5, often on ? "Sounds like ALE", but only 4 channels... The Italian Coast Guard stations NA1, NA2, NA3 (Nucleo Aerea) are found in one older file as (complete) callsigns INA1, INA2, INA3 - correct? But never saw any spot as INA_ ??? 73, Tom =================================================================== 03593.3 DLVI: German Customs Vessel "ZB Priwall" 0643 ARQ s/c PUTP, w/ reply "752O5 DQZ28 +?" (=DQZ28: Baltic Sea "Coast Guard" Center, Neustadt in Holstein) into posrep after "99434 DLVI X (...) +EEE DLVI NR 1124 // O1 NEUSTADT KUEWAZ OSTSEE (...) ZBPR (...)". 16Nov07 (ALF) 04031 IHMS: Italian Navy Minehunter SAPRI (M 5551) 2140 J3E/USB wkg DR (=IDR, Naval Radio Roma), move to "channel CL5". 14Nov07 (ALF) 04031 IHCH: Italian Navy Minehunter CHIOGGIA (M 5560) 2150 J3E/USB, id "CH", wkg DR (=IDR, Naval Radio Roma), w/data-mode coord., move to "channel CL5". 14Nov07 (PLF) 04060.3 : unid 2111 "100% synchro FEC/100/200Hz", encrypted? 16Nov07 (ALF) 04244 DAO24: GLN Node Kiel Radio, D 2142 PACTOR-x channel-free idles & CW-id "CQ de DAO" each 3 mins. 16/NOV/2007 (DL8AAM) 04250.5 HEB24: GLN Node Berne Radio, SUI 2145 PACTOR-x channel-free idles & CW-id "CQ de HEB" each 3 mins. 16/NOV/2007 (DL8AAM) 04358.5 LGZ24: GLN Node Rogaland Radio, NOR 2136 PACTOR-x channel-free idles & CW-id "CQ CQ CQ de LGL" each 3 mins. 16/NOV/2007 (DL8AAM) 04555.2 DLVB: Customs Vessel "ZB Schleswig-Holstein" 1220 ARQ msg to "Coast Guard Cuxhaven" (DEH50) after "88298 DLVB X", Cuxhaven answered sx w/"655O9 KUEWAZ CUX+?", s/off. 13Nov07 (ALF) 05270 IAEQ: Italian Navy Frigate AVIERE (F 583) 1546 J3E/USB wkg FILONE (unid).17Nov07 (ALF) 05371.5 VP9DE: 60m Bermuda "Experimental" Station 0142 J3E/USB wkg US stns.14/NOV/2007 (DL8AAM) 05708 ARMOR: French Navy Brest-Loperhet (CCMAR/ATL) 1135 J3E/USB wkg GL (unid vessel/aircraft?). 13Nov07 (ALF) 05885 RIT: Russian Navy Northern Fleet HQ Severomorsk, RUS 0405 CW wx ("PROGNOZ ...") QTC #152 to RLO. 17Nov07 (ALF) 06368.5 HEB26: GLN Node Berne Radio, SUI 0019 PACTOR-x channel-free idles & CW-id "CQ de HEB" each 3 mins. 14/NOV/2007 (DL8AAM) 06435.5 DAO36: GLN Node Kiel Radio, D 0010 PACTOR-x channel-free idles & CW-id "CQ de DAO" each 3 mins each 3 mins. 14/NOV/2007 (DL8AAM) 06592 MOSKWA: Moscow Aero, RUS 1520 J3E/USB YL/RR clg unid Aeroflot flight, 2035z with phone-patch. 18Nov07 (ALF) 06715 JOTA: Spanish Air Force Zaragoza, E 1953 J3E/USB OM/SS wkg "3116", channel for tomorrow's mission #6, secondary #3 & #4. 12Nov07 (ALF) 06745 PLF 117: Polish Air Force Flight 1118 J3E/USB OM/PP wkg unid PolAF ground station. 14Nov07 (ALF) 06771.7 SSE: MFA Cairo 1352 ARQ s/c TVXK (unid embassy). 17Nov07 (ALF) 06791.7 : Egypt Diplo 2028 ARQ tfc in ATU80. 18Nov07 (ALF) 06850 : Russian "Governmental" 2317 Mazielka 6-tone calling. 14Nov07 (ALF) 06861.4 J3A692: CruiseEmail Node St.George's, Grenada 2234 PACTOR-x tfc & CW-id "J3A692", in between unid vessel in PACTOR-I with . 13Nov07 (ALF) 06872 CAPITOL: French Air Force "HQ Force Arienne Strategique (COFAS)" Taverny, F 2342 J3E/USB wkg CYRANO (FAF E-F3 aircraft) & CYRANO in contact w/(VENGLACE?) (unid). 13Nov07 (ALF) 06967.5 NA3: Italian Coast Guard, 3rd "Nucleo Aereo", Aeroporto Internazionale d'Abruzzo, Pescara 1135 J3E/USB wkg IGSS (CG Vessel "U. Diciotti" [CP902]). 19Nov07 (ALF) 06978.5 : unid 1215 unid FSK4-mode w/500Hz shift each. 13Nov07 (ALF) 08715 IDR: Italian Navy Roma 1532 J3E/USB clg MS (=IHMS: Italian Navy Minehunter SAPRI [M 5551]); ID as "DR". 17Nov07 (ALF) 13431.7 SSE: MFA Cairo 1320 ARQ s/c TVQX (unid embassy) into ATU80 msgs. 17Nov07 (ALF) (Thomas Rosner, Germany - udxf 19/11/2007) and here are ALF's ALE loggings from the last days. Please see the "questions" just below the particular logging. ANY COMMENT ? For me new nets and "new" open questions were: 5138.0 kHz, 5339 & 5416 kHz (all LSB) with 2070 (to 2000), 3050, 3070, 3080 (to 3000) 5337.0 kHz with T2Z147 ("2-147 AVN") Had here P2Z147 before. or/ T- prefixes? 6697.5 kHz with 70 & DL4 6720,0 kHz with 653391 (reported earlier: 650002, 650009, 650010, 653329) 6780.0 kHz with 1802 6918.0 kHz with 10DV (Iraqi Army 10th Division, Basrah) This replace the "old" ALE-ident "10V"? or two different players ? 6985.0 kHz with K and B 11147 kHz with 2011 To: 2211, 2212, 2216, 2412, 2413, 2414, 2415, 2416, 2417, 2418 2419, 2519, 2522 All these idents are seen on the "Moroccan Civil Protection Net" too, but so far here no 11xx, 11xxx, 13xx, 13xxx idents reported... So, maybe any member agency/sub net of the CP ?? 200101 : Maybe this one is related to the (other) unid "Arab Voice Net" (437xxx-idents), both seen on 6562 & 6864.5 kHz so far. ?!? 73, Tom ====================================================== 03740 KM02: Algerian Military 1559 ALE/USB to "___1" w/LQA. 17Nov07 (ALF) 03745 BD23: Algerian Military 2346 ALE/USB to RM20 w/LQA. 14Nov07 (ALF) 05045 BJ34: Algerian Military 2254 ALE/USB to RM30 w/LQA. 18Nov07 (ALF) 05118 R26170: US Army Avn Sikorsky UH-60A Blackhawk Helo (#89-26170); deployed to IRQ 1536 ALE/USB to T5Z158 (1-158 AVN). 17Nov07 (ALF) 05135 R23625: US Army Avn Sikorsky UH-60A Blackhawk Helo (#81-23625); deployed to IRQ 2225 ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 05138 3070: unid 1550 ALE/LSB to 3000 w/LQA. 17Nov07 (ALF) 05138 3080: unid 1558 ALE/LSB to 3000 w/LQA & "DIAL4". 17Nov07 (ALF) 05250 5810: unid ("58xx"-Net) 0355 ALE/USB SND. 17Nov07 (ALF) 05337 R05207: US Army Aviation Boeing AH-64D Lot 5 Longbow Apache Helo (#00-5207) of "2-159 AVN" (Storck Barracks AAF, Illesheim, Germany; deployed to Iraq 0251 ALE/USB to T2Z159 (2-159 AVN). 19Nov07 (ALF) 05337 T2Z147: US Army "2-147 AVN" (Minnesota Army NG 2-147 Assault Helicopter Battalion of St. Paul, MN); deployed to IRQ 0338 ALE/USB SND. 19Nov07 (ALF) 05339 3050: unid 0406 ALE/LSB to 3000 w/LQA. 17Nov07 (ALF) 05351 8GS: Georgian Military 0332 ALE/USB to 1BR after voice. 15Nov07 (ALF) 05351 KBT: Georgian Military 0334 ALE/USB to 1BR w/LQA. 15Nov07 (ALF) 05416 2070: unid 1624 ALE/LSB to 2000 w/LQA. 17Nov07 (ALF) 05418 MEDER30P: SONATRACH Mederba, ALG 1615a ALE/LSB SND. 17Nov07 (ALF) 05470 WA10: Algerian Military 2327 ALE/USB to RM10 w/LQA. 12Nov07 (ALF) 05470 XL18: Algerian Military 2330 ALE/USB to RM10 w/LQA. 12Nov07 (ALF) 05470 XL21: Algerian Military 2326 ALE/USB to RM10 w/LQA. 12Nov07 (ALF) 05542 T1Z1: US Army "1-1 AVN" (1-1 Attack Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to Iraq 0342 ALE/USB SND. 13Nov07 (ALF) 05542 T3Z1: US Army "3-1 AVN" (3-1 Air Assault Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to Iraq 2047 ALE/USB SND. 13Nov07 (ALF) 05551 : unids 0000+ ALE/USB SNDing from 3011, 3062, 3421, 3651, 3811, 8211, 8351, 8551, 9817, 9857. 16Nov07 (ALF) 05662.7 T01185: US Army "1-185 AVN" (Mississippi NG Air Assault) 0318 ALE/USB SND. 13Nov07 (ALF) 05777 : unid 0629 ALE/USB Link Protection into ...-110A. 16Nov07 (ALF) 06372 : Venezuelan Navy 0015 ALE/LSB to BRI (incomplete?). 14Nov07 (ALF) 06486 T2Z1: US Army Aviation "2-1 AVN" (2-1 General Support Aviation Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to IRQ 0042 ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 06486 T3Z1: US Army Aviation "3-1 AVN" (3-1 Air Assault Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to IRQ 2148 ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 06562 200101: unid 0424 ALE/USB SND. 17Nov07 (ALF) 06697.5 70: unid 2054 ALE/USB to DL4 w/LQA. 13Nov07 (ALF) 06720 653391: unid 2233 ALE/USB SND. 12Nov07 (ALF) 06722 : unid 0639 ALE/USB Link Protection into. 16Nov07 (ALF) 06778 2014: Turkish Red Crescent 1935 ALE/USB to 2010 w/LQA. 18Nov07 (ALF) 06780 1802: unid 1934 ALE/USB SND. 18Nov07 (ALF) 06792 0000210288: Greek Police 1957 ALE/USB SND. 18Nov07 (ALF) 06792 2528: unid 1958 ALE/USB to 2527 w/LQA. 18Nov07 (ALF) 06795 3061: unid 1924 ALE/USB to 3011 w/LQA. 18Nov07 (ALF) 06841 TC7101: US Army "C/7-101 AVN" (7-101st Aviation Regiment), C Company of Ft. Campbell, KY; deployed to KFOR/Kosovo 2128 ALE/USB SND. 13Nov07 (ALF) 06841 TC2Z3: US Army "C/2-3 AVN" (?) 2100a ALE/USB SND. 12Nov07 (ALF) 06897.5 T03: unid 2135 ALE/USB SND. 13Nov07 (ALF) 06918 10DV: Iraqi Army 10th Division Basrah 2355 ALE/USB to IGF (Iraqi Ground Forces HQ Baghdad) w/LQA. 13Nov07 (ALF) 06926 2043: Italian Corpo Carabinieri 1135 ALE/USB to 2009 w/LQA & "DIAL4". 14Nov07 (ALF) 06985 K: unid 1128 ALE/USB to B, who answered. 16Nov07 (ALF) 07010 RS013A: Makedonian Military 1124 ALE/USB to CS002B. 13Nov07 (ALF) 07010 RS002A: Makedonian Military 1208 ALE/USB to CS002A. 19Nov07 (ALF) 07010 RS011: Makedonian Military 1145a ALE/USB to CS002. 19Nov07 (ALF) 07010 CS002: Makedonian Military 1145a ALE/USB to RS009. 19Nov07 (ALF) 07070 334: unid 2002 ALE/USB to 288 w/LQA. 12Nov07 (ALF) 07070 288: unid 0400+ ALE/USB to 514, 204, 587 w/LQA. 14Nov07 (ALF) 07070 514: unid 0402 ALE/USB to 288 w/LQA. 14Nov07 (ALF) CHN MIL/Diplo ? GEO BG ? 07527 RDC: USCGC Campbell (#WMEC 909; Kittery, ME) [NRDC] 2248 ALE/USB SND. 12Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T1CAB: US Army "1st Combat Aviation Brigade", IRQ 2340 ALE/USB. 12Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T3CAB: US Army "3rd Combat Aviation Brigade", IRQ 0200a ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T1Z1: US Army Aviation "1-1 AVN" (1-1 Attack Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to IRQ 0110 ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T1Z3: US Army Aviation "1-3 AVN" (1-3 1-3 Attack Battalion) of Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, GA; deployed to IRQ 0145a ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T2Z1: US Army Aviation "2-1 AVN" (2-1 General Support Aviation Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to IRQ 2340 ALE/USB. 12Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T2Z3: US Army Aviation "2-3 AVN" (2-3 Aviation Batallion) of Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, GA; deployed to IRQ 0122 ALE/USB. 14Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T2Z147: US Army Aviation "2-147 AVN" (Minnesota Army NG 2-147 Assault Helicopter Battalion), deployed to Iraq 0110 ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T2Z159: US Army Aviation "2-159 AVN" (2-159 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion of Storck Barracks, Illesheim, Germany; deployed to IRQ 2344 ALE/USB. 14Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T3Z1: US Army Aviation "3-1 AVN" (3-1 Air Assault Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to IRQ 2030a ALE/USB. 13Nov07 (ALF) 07839 T2Z3MED: US Army Aviation "2-3 AVN", unid Medical unit/team?, IRQ 2347 ALE/USB. 12Nov07 (ALF) 07839 R00068: US Army Aviation Boeing CH-47D Chinook Helo (#88-0068), deployed to IRQ 2325 ALE/USB to T2Z1 (2-1 AVN). 14Nov07 (ALF) 08624 GWPWN33: Navios de Guerra Brasileiros "NGB" (Brazil Navy) Natal 0333 ALE/USB to GWPWNI (Frigate "Niteroi" [F 40]). 13Nov07 (ALF) 08809 XSS: TASCOMM NCS Forest Moor 0024 ALE/USB SND. 14Nov07 (ALF) 08912 RDC: USCGC Campbell (#WMEC 909; Kittery, ME) [NRDC] 2311 ALE/USB to H91 (USCG HITRON MH-68A Helo #1091; Jacksonville, FL). 14Nov07 (ALF) 09229 T2Z3: US Army Aviation "2-3 AVN", IRQ 0123 ALE/USB. 14Nov07 (ALF) 09229 T1CAB: US Army "1st Combat Aviation Brigade", IRQ 0126 ALE/USB. 14Nov07 (ALF) 11147 2011: unid 1440+ ALE/USB to 2212, 2216, 2412, 2414, 2415, 2416, 2419, 2522 w/LQA. 17Nov07; 1600+ to 2211, 2417, 2418, 2519. 18Nov07 (ALF) (Thomas Rosner, Germany - udxf 19/11/2007) 02680,0 IDC: Cagliari Radio, Sardaigne 21:50 SSB Avurnav en italien 18/11/07 (Percebois Sylvain, Ivry La Bataille, France - dxuti 20/11/2007) 02899.0 Reach838 2145 N760NA B763 c/n 26257 despatch to North American (NAO) 50N020W at 2141z selcal JLER usb 11/19 (PP) 03016.0 Reach3603 2010 selcal CQDK C-17 Globemaster 93-0603 (P-19) overhead SOMAX usb 11/19 (PP) 02899.0 Fendy43 0546 Selcal JSCP C21 53N030W, 52N020W, DINAM , 92-0375 usb 11/20 (PP) 02899.0 Reach057 0606 selcal JMFL N277WA MD11 c/n 48743 despatch to WOA, approaching DOGAL usb 11/19 (PP) (Patrice Privat, France - udxf 20/11/2007) Some logs from the period 15/NOV/2007 until 19/NOV/2007. 00015.1 no call: FOST strategic bcast, Rosnay tx site, France, 1447, ongoing MSK 100 Hz wide (15/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00018.1 no call: Russian high command strategic bcast, unid tx site, Russia, 1628 F1B T600 75 Hz shift aka Bee // 16123 (18/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00018.1 no call: Russian high command strategic bcast, unid tx site, Russia, 1048 F1B T600 75 Hz shift aka Bee // 7657, 9044, 11468, 12741, 14411 (19/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00018.2 VTX3: Indian navy strat. bcast, INS Katabomman, Vijayanarayanam, India, 0724 MSK ongoing, fair signal (17/NOV/2007)/TJ) 00018.6 VL3DEF: Royal Australian Navy (RAN) strat. bcast, Woodside tx site, Australia, 0725, MSK ongoing, weak signal (17/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00020.5 no call: People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) strategic bcast, prob Datong tx site, PRC, 1506 ongoing FSK unid system 50 hz shift, very weak signal (15/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00025.0 no call: prob unid PRC bcast node, 1944, FSK unid system 50 Hz shift, several short datablocks. (This station is not to be mixed up with the Russian use of 25.0 kHz )(15/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00583.0 RMP: Russian Navy Baltic Fleet HQ, prob Primorsk tx site, Kaliningrad, Russia 1735, A1A morse "reo reo reo de rmp rmp" "qtc 693 138 19 1953 693 = sml = " w/weather fvcast for period 1800 20/NOV until 1800 22/NOV. Later at 1748utc qtc 661 with nav warnings // 4079 (19/NOV/2007)(TJ) 04079.0 RMP: Russian Navy Baltic Fleet HQ, prob Primorsk tx site, Kaliningrad, Russia 1712, A1A morse "reo reo reo de rmp rmp" "qtc 317" weather forecast for Baltic Sea // 00583.0 (19/NOV/2007)(TJ) 07999.1 no call: unid 1706, two carriers spaced +/- 400 Hz, going on until 1734 utc, with short breaks and short idles, no data heard, signal fades off (18/NOV/2007)(TJ) 11155.0 RIT: Russian navy Northern Fleet, prob Murmashi tx site, Russia 1149 A1A 20.6wpm comms with unid Russian warship; "rmxv de rit" "qrr3 qdw 4821 ok" (19/NOV/2007)(TJ) 11000.0 RIW: Russian Navy HQ Moscow, unid tx site, Russia, 1220-1231, A1A morse several slow "dih dah's" . - ( = A ) , intentional or just bored operator ?? (19/NOV/2007)(TJ) (Trond J, Hvaler, Norway - udxf 20/11/2007) VLF RDL bcasts was this morning as usual paralell on a number of HF frequencies in the "mid range" with 7416 as the lowest. The 0848 / 0849 slot had one more additional frequency, 8130. This particular frequency has previously been observed with constant carrier between the scheduled messages, - so it was also today, then at 0959utc fsk morse bcast to collective adress RDL, with no paralell bcast on VLF !!! After that no use of 8130 ! Here is the log: 00018.1 no call: Russian high command, unid tx site, Russia 0925 F1A / F1B fsk morse 5fg message to collective adress RDL; "rdl rdl rdl t4393 3t645 t4393 3t645 t4393 3t645 k" // 7416, 11468, 12741, 14411 (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00018.1 no call: Russian high command, unid tx site, Russia 0950 ongoing F1B T600 75 Hz shift aka Bee scheduled bcast // 7416, 8130, 11468, 12741, 14411 (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00021.1 Russian high command, unid tx site, Russia 1014 F1A / F1B fsk morse 5fg message to collective adress RDL; "rdl rdl rdl 80031 85714 k80031 85714 80031 85714" (still no HF paralell frequencies found for the VLF bcasts on 21.1 kHz ! ) (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) 08130.0 Russian high command, unid tx site, Russia 0955 cont N0N until 0959 F1A / F1B fsk morse 5fg message to collective adress RDL; "rdl rdl rdl 29512 27935 29512 27935 29512 27935" NO paralell bcast on VLF !!!! (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) (Trond J, Hvaler, Norway - udxf 20/11/2007) Fue is still testing on 2789 kHz. DE FUE FUE FUE QSL P 141452Z NOV 07(DE GRASSE) SECTION2 TIME 1229Z KKKKILO FR FR FR DE FUE FUE FUE (Ary Boender, Holland - udxf 20/11/2007) 04722.4 no-call: German MIL net, D 0807 USB/VFT/3x FEC-A 192Bd/170Hz shift, ELCROTEL crypto tfc, at least 2 stations on frequency (20Nov07) (LDO) 04877.4 ----: Swiss MIL network, SUI 1106 FSK 220Bd/ 330Hz, encrypted tfc. using TmS-430 device, 176 bit ACF during synch. procedure (20Nov07) (LDO) 05178.8 ----: Swiss MIL network, SUI 1119 FSK 220Bd/ 330Hz, encrypted tfc. using TmS-430 device, 176 bit ACF during synch. procedure (20Nov07) (LDO) 05192.8 ----: Swiss MIL network, SUI 1430 FSK 220Bd/ 330Hz, encrypted tfc. using TmS-430 device, 176 bit ACF during synch. procedure (20Nov07) (LDO) 05235.0 MOBILE2: Polish Police Mobile unit, POL 1215 USB/ Rohde & Schwarz GM2100 modem with 2400Bd proprietary burst PSK waveform, tfc to BYDGOSZCZ (20Nov07) (LDO) 05880.7 035: UNID Hungarian MIL station, HNG 1445 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B, calling 100, no response (20Nov07) (LDO) 07369.0 ----: UNID MIL network, 0945 USB/MIL-STD 188- 110B serial/STANAG 4538 FLSU for link maintenance, encrypted data tfc (20Nov07) (LDO) 07455.0 ----: Bulgarian MoD Sofia, BUL 1328 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/short secure voice exchange via MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone waveform with two regional stations (20Nov07) (LDO) 07905.0 GBE: Romanian MIL "STAR" network node, ROU 1547 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone modem, rcvng crypto e-mail tfc fm 'WET', network using ALE with linking protection (20Nov07) (LDO) 08021.0 ----: Romanian embassy Tirana, ALB 0726 USB/MIL- STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone modem, exchanging short e-mail tfc. with MFA Bucharest (20Nov07) (LDO) 08021.0 CENTR4: MFA Bucharest, ROU 0726 USB/MIL-STD 188 141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone modem, exchanging e-mail tfc. with Tirana embassy (20Nov07) (LDO) 09252.0 XS0: UNID Algerian DRS station, ALG 1515 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B/HARRIS AVS/COQUELET-8 26.67 Bd encrypted traffic to XS3, occasional secure voice traffic using Harris AVS (20Nov07) (LDO) 09252.0 XS3: UNID Algerian DRS station, ALG 1518 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B/HARRIS AVS/COQUELET-8 26.67 Bd encrypted traffic to XS0, occasional secure voice traffic using Harris AVS (20Nov07) (LDO) 10922.5 ----: UNID Codan Station, ??? 1434 USB/CODAN 16 x 75 Bd QPSK, very strong signal but broken transmission with 7 short PSK bursts in a row followed by typical Codan PTT release tone, abrupt s.off at 1443 UTC (20Nov07) (LDO) 11218.4 ZB30: UNID Algerian MIL-station, ALG 1237 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B App. B 39-tone 2400S rcvng encrypted tfc fm HJ30 (not digital VX), female operator, first calling 'HJ' then realizing error and calling 'EZ', voice call used by ZB30 was 'JL' (20Nov07) (LDO) 11218.4 HJ30: UNID Algerian MIL-station, ALG 1238 USB/ MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B App. B 39-tone 2400S sending encrypted tfc to ZB30 (not digital VX), voice call used by HJ30 was 'EZ' (20Nov07) (LDO) 12149.0 ----: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 0939 calling unlocated embassy using 6-tone alerting device (20Nov07) (LDO) 12205.0 OLZ88: MFA Praha, CZE 1032 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B, sounding (20Nov07) (LDO) 12213.0 ----: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 0931 calling unlocated embassy using 6-tone alerting device (20Nov07) (LDO) 13457.0 ----: Swiss embassy Moscow, RUS 0837 USB/MIL- STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto e-mail tfc. to Bern, net using ALE with linking protection (20Nov07) (LDO) 14380.0 ZADDIA10: CZE-EMB Addis Abeba?, ETH? 0853 USB/ Pactor-III, rcvng long msgs all day long, QRT late afternoon, QSX 14540 kHz USB (20Nov07) (LDO) 14474.0 ----: Algerian MIL net, ALG 1010 USB, secure voice tfc using HC-265 scrambler in HF-mode, occassional 300Bd FSK with tactical msg tfc (20Nov07) (LDO) 14540.0 ----: MFA Praha?, CZE? 0853 USB/Pactor-III, long tfc exchange with ZADDIA10, QSX 14380 kHz USB (20Nov07) (LDO) (Leif Dehio, Munich, Germany - udxf 20/11/2007) 11147.0.0 2011: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1423 ALE/USB clg 2521 (2007-11-20) (sw) 11147.0.0 2011: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1434 ALE/USB clg 2216 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05416.0 1001: Ita-Corpo Carabinieri 1435 ALE/LSB clg 3000 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05416.0 3000: Ita-Corpo Carabinieri 1435 ALE/LSB clg 1001 (2007-11-20) (sw) 11147.0.0 2011: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1451 ALE/USB clg 2212 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05470.0 ND11: Alg-Mil 1502 ALE/USB clg ND10 (2007-11-20) (sw) 11147.0.0 2011: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1519 ALE/USB clg 2418 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05470.0 XL12: Alg-Mil 1524 ALE/USB clg XL10 (2007-11-20) (sw) 11147.0.0 2011: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1548 ALE/USB clg 2211 (2007-11-20) (sw) 11147.0.0 2011: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 1557 ALE/USB clg 2214 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08600.0 24151: Unid 1600 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 10160.0 1020: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1601 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 08600.0 6047: Unid 1602 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 08950.0 8011: Unid 1605 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 12110.0 9857: Unid 1606 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 11500.0 2016: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1607 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-20) (sw) 12110.0 1020: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1607 ALE/USB clg 2013 (2007-11-20) (sw) 09045.0 9817: Unid 1611 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 11500.0 1020: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1618 ALE/USB clg 3013 (2007-11-20) (sw) 10160.0 1020: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1619 ALE/USB clg 3013 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05268.0 2011: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1620 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-20) (sw) 09045.0 2011: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1623 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06778.0 9817: Unid 1629 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 05268.0 2016: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1633 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06902.5 77449: Unid 1637 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 05132.0 2016: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1641 ALE/USB clg 2012 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06795.0 3061: Unid 1644 ALE/USB clg 3251 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05268.0 9850: Unid 1648 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 08600.0 1030: Unid 1655 ALE/USB clg 1643 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08950.0 3771: Unid 1656 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 08950.0 3161: Unid 1700 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06881.5 1912: Unid 1703 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06795.0 3061: Unid 1705 ALE/USB clg 3341 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06902.5 1919: Unid 1705 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 10160.0 2012: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1707 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08950.0 3061: Unid 1711 ALE/USB clg 3541 (2007-11-20) (sw) 07810.0 2016: Tur-Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1713 ALE/USB clg 2012 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05132.0 3771: Unid 1717 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 20/11/2007) 8834 17:09 2801 XX005F Czech Republic Mil Airbus 319-11 posn 27.05n 55.35E with Johannesburg ARINC. this aircraft was also active on 5622 Khz at 1747 with a msg with Krasnoyarsk Arinc. (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - udxf 20/11/2007) 02815 : Unid NATO Station 1721 NATO-75/75/850 Short messages in KG-84, probable tests, each 14 seconds duration. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 03192 RMP: HQ Baltic Fleet, Kaliningrad 1735 CW Baltic weather to collective REO: REO de RMP QTC 262 154 20 1956 262 = SML = PROGNOZ POGODY S 18 oASOW 21 NOaBRa DO 18 oASOW 23 NOaBRa BALTIJSKOE MORE ... KM AR. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 03239.8 : Prob Saudi Military Air 1752 ARQ-E/46.2/140 Idling with occasional short unreadable messages. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 03340 : Prob CIS Military 1757 36-50/40.5/500 In cipher. QSX prob 4020 kHz. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 03450 : FishFone 1802 SAILORCRYPT/USB Many synch bursts due to QRM. Male voices. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 04020 : Prob CIS Military 1842 81-81/40.5.500 In cipher. Prob working with 3340 kHz. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 04055 RCV: HQ Black Sea Fleet, Sebastopol, UKR 1845 CW Bcasts message to RIC87: RIC87 de RCV QTC 117 34 20 0300 117 = DEJSTWUuQIE PRIP NOWOROSSIYSK ... 151 152 154 155 156 157 AR. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 04110 : Ukranian Goverment (?) 1853 RTTY/50/500 Telecipher Messages in M2/3-shift with headers like HL8 KRIPTOGRAMMA 905 VOKTIKOW 24 20:55 NR 906 P/S 20-H GR...HNR AGAT-144 LENTA. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 04322 MGJ: DHFCS NCS 1911 RTTY/75/850 CARBs. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 04541 : NATO Air Defence Data System 1914 LINK-11/2250/USB Single-channel. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 04712.5 : Swiss Air Force (?) 1928 FSK/100/160 with 4713.5 FSK/100/160. Storage 'scope analysis suggests they do not carry the same data. (20Nov07) (MPJ) 05154 C: MX Beacon Moscow 1937 CW No others audible. (20Nov07) (MPJ) (Jim, U.K. - udxf 20/11/2007) 08950.0 3061: Unid 1722 ALE/USB clg 3551 (2007-11-20) (sw) 09045.0 3771: Unid 1722 ALE/USB sndg (2007-11-20) (sw) 06778.0 3771: Unid 1732 ALE/USB sndg (2007-11-20) (sw) 06795.0 3061: Unid 1744 ALE/USB clg 3651 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06881.5 1410: Unid 1805 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06778.0 4017: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1821 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 05132.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1821 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06795.0 3062: Unid 1826 ALE/USB clg 3011 (2007-11-20) (sw) 10160.0 4016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1827 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06450.0 APRUZZI: Ita-Guardia di Finanzia 1827 ALE/USB clg CAGLIARI (2007-11-20) (sw) 06778.0 2016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1830 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 05268.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1838 ALE/USB clg 2012 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05132.0 2016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1840 ALE/USB clg 2012 (2007-11-20) (sw) 10658.0 2016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1841 ALE/USB clg 2010 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08150.0 2016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1844 ALE/USB clg 2010 (2007-11-20) (sw) 07868.0 2016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1844 ALE/USB clg 2010 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06881.5 1120: Unid 1845 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 04458.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1851 ALE/USB clg 2016 (2007-11-20) (sw) 12110.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1851 ALE/USB clg 2016 (2007-11-20) (sw) 10658.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1852 ALE/USB clg 2016 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06778.0 2016: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1856 ALE/USB clg 2014 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06921.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1857 ALE/USB clg 2016 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08150.0 2015: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1901 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 05132.0 2015: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1903 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 08150.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1908 ALE/USB clg 2011 (2007-11-20) (sw) 07868.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1909 ALE/USB clg 2011 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06881.5 50403: Unid 1910 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06921.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1925 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 20/11/2007) 04055.0 RCV 2014 CW? signal etrange 20nov07 04090.0 unid navire 2019 USB turc d/x 20nov07 04155.0 unid navire 2020 USB rus d/x 20nov07 04182.0 unid 2023 ?? 20nov07 04420.0 pecheurs 2025 LSB esp d/x 20nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 20/11/2007) 05575.0 4066 unid? 2032 ALE USB to1585 20nov07 05575.0 8111 /2225 unid 2035 ALE USB snd 20nov07 05470.0 ND11 algerie? 2039 ALE USB to AC10 20nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 20/11/2007) 06921.0 2016 turk red crescent? 2045 ALE USB to 201 20nov07 08600.0 13071 /6045 mrc army 2050ALE USB snd 20nov07 03105.0 VR52 algerie? 2053 ALE USB "bjr" to VR53 20nov07 05792.0 11031 /13018 mrc protection civile 2058 ALE USB snd 20nov07 05792.0 1102/ 2407 /2405 2101 mrc protection civile ALE USB ( +USB arabe call? alterne) to 1102 20nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 21/11/2007) 02642,0 ICB: Genova Radio, Italie 21:45 SSB Avurnav en italien 20/11/07 (Percebois Sylvain, France - dxuti 21/11/2007) 01704.0 //1758 (qrm ) OXZ lyngby dnk 0550 USB dan yl naws 21nov07 02817.0 unid 0556 CW 21nov07 02903.4 unid 0600 149/400 ARQ-E3?? 21nov07 03296.0 unid mil 0605 50/250 BEE ? 21nov07 03340.0 unid mil 0609 81-81 ? 21nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 21/11/2007) 4346.0 0040 CW CWA, Cerrito Radio, Uruguay, wx and MSI in Spanish @ 20 WPM. SOHMA - Spanish acronym for "Naval Service of Oceanography, Hydrology, and Meteorology - Montevideo. Rio de la Plata and Punto Montevideo mentioned. 5732.0 2322 718 raised PAC in ALE, then USB voice as CG 1718 (HC-130, Sacramento, CA) working Camspac, asked for arrival wx at CGAS Sacramento. Info was passed on 7527 at 2327, after a similar ALE callup. 7527.0 1832 EPP (NEPP, USCGC Healy, WAGB-20, Seattle, a heavy icebreaker) raised TSC in ALE, then USB voice making a radio check with Service Center. Discussion of radio type and power being used. 7527.0 1915 718 raised PAC in ALE, then USB voice as CG 1718 (HC-130, Sacramento, CA) working Camspac, again at 1920. 8912.0 2246 I08 raised WST in ALE, then long exchange in PARKHILL secure voice. 10242.0 2307 707 raised LNT in ALE, then USB voice Coast Guard 1707 (HC-130, Clearwater, FL) passing ops-normal to Camslant in USB. 17435.0 V02a AM YL voice w/ 5F grps in prog, signed "final" x3 at 1741. Additional several minutes of carrier with an eerie whine. ALE: 8047.0 HQ703N (Possible US Army National Guard) clg I100DN, I070AN 2224, 2224 9119.5 DNV sounding at 2313 10816.5 HQ703N clg I070AN 1912 10816.5 HQ703N clg I100DN 2215, 2222 12087.0 HQ703N wkg N070AN 1917 16338.5 HQ703N clg N080DN 1935 (Hugh Stegman - udxf 21/11/2007) When scanning 31m, at 2352 UTC on 20 November 2007 a cw loop "VVV VVV VVV P5O P5O P5O 1/2/3/4" was heard on 9944 kHz. This fits the format of the French Intelligence described on http://www.spynumbers.com/enigmaM16.htm but with different callsign. This has already been logged in 2002, but I can't read Japanese: http://www.izumix.org.uk/bbs2/o06.html (Eike, Mainz, Germany - hard-core-dx 21/11/2007) 06668.0 762: Unid 1513 ALE/USB clg 00 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06668.0 225: Unid 1513 ALE/USB clg 762 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08083.0 288: Unid 1600 ALE/USB clg 587 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06921.0 9817: Unid 1612 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 09230.0 0000210302: Grc-Ministry of Public Order (Hellenic Police) 1646 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06865.0 500: Unid 1639 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 05551.0 3061: Unid 1706 ALE/USB clg 3341 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06795.0 3062: Unid 1710 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06795.0 3061: Unid 1719 ALE/USB clg 3551 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06800.0 MOBILE16: Lby-GMRA 1751 ALE/USB clg HQ2 Tripoli (2007-11-20) (sw) 06795.0 3061: Unid 1803 ALE/USB clg 3771 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08150.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1827 ALE/USB clg 2010 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06860.0 7111: Nig-National Police Force 1838 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06800.0 MOBILE16: Lby-GMRA 1841 ALE/USB clg MISRATA (2007-11-20) (sw) 06860.0 711: Nig-National Police Force 1842 ALE/USB clg 7111 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08083.0 514: Unid 1915 ALE/USB clg 288 (2007-11-20) (sw) 07954.0 9117: Nig-National Police Force 1917 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-20) (sw) 06705.0 511511: Nig-National Police Force 1924 ALE/USB clg 511516 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06792.0 2528: Unid 1924 ALE/USB clg 2527 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06800.0 MISRATA: Lby-GMRA 1924 ALE/USB clg MOBILE16 (2007-11-20) (sw) 05575.0 411: Unid 1931 ALE/USB clg 1004 (2007-11-20) (sw) 08600.0 6041: Unid 1933 ALE/USB clg 6048 (2007-11-20) (sw) 06800.0 1201: Egy-Mil/Border guard 1938 ALE/USB sndg.(2007-11-20) (sw) 06881.5 1581: Unid 1940 ALE/USB clg 1592 .(2007-11-20) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 21/11/2007) 08950.0 3771: Unid Turkish Net 1221 ALE/USB clg 3351 (2007-11-21) (sw) 08950.0 9817: Unid 1221 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 12110.0 9817: Unid 1224 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 12110.0 3771: Unid Turkish Net 1221 ALE/USB clg 2010 Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net (2007-11-21) (sw) 06450.0 TARANTO: Ita-Guardia di Finanzia 1249 ALE/USB clg ROSATI (2007-11-21) (sw) 06450.0 ROSATI: Ita-Guardia di Finanzia 1249 ALE/USB clg TARANTO (2007-11-21) (sw) 14580.0 CYP: Gbr-Mil/Foreign Office Episkopi CYP 1249 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 09045.0 3771: Unid Turkish Net 1254 ALE/USB clg 2010 Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net (2007-11-21) (sw) 08950.0 3161: Unid Turkish Net 1258 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 06778.0 3771: Unid Turkish Net 1258 ALE/USB clg 2010 Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net (2007-11-21) (sw) 12110.0 3771: Unid Turkish Net 1302 ALE/USB clg 1010 Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net (2007-11-21) (sw) 08950.0 3061: Unid Turkish Net 1303 ALE/USB clg 3551 (2007-11-21) (sw) 08160.0 644: Unid 1325 ALE/USB clg 259 (2007-11-21) (sw) 03824.0 PUR: Gbr-Mil/Foreign Office 1326 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 06450.0 BAS: Gbr-Mil/Foreign Office? 1331 ALE/USB clg ALE (2007-11-21) (sw) 08950.0 3061: Unid Turkish Net 1335 ALE/USB clg 3561 (2007-11-21) (sw) 08160.0 644: Unid 1337 ALE/USB clg 943 (2007-11-21) (sw) 10160.0 2013: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1337 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 07868.0 2013: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1338 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 078100.0 3771: Unid Turkish Net 1344 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 12144.0 CYP: Gbr-Mil/Foreign Office Episkopi CYP 1344 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 13149.0 CYP: Gbr-Mil/Foreign Office Episkopi CYP 1346 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 03591.0 PUR: Gbr-Mil/Foreign Office 1352 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 21/11/2007) 05119.0 ----: Swiss MIL rapid deployment shelter Suva Reka, SCG 1343 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188- 110B serial tone, encrypted e-mail traffic to Bern (21Nov07) (LDO) 05209.0 ----: Guardia di Finanza datalink circuit, I 1624 USB/Rohde & Schwarz modem using 2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, short bursty tactical datalink traffic (21Nov07) (LDO) 06957.4 ARMADA07: Spanish Navy Madrid?, E? 1558 USB/MIL- STD 188-110B serial tone, using 1200bps/L , 8N1 coding, binary file transfer [OPFOR22.RAR] to ARMADA49 (21Nov07) (LDO) 06957.4 ARMADA49: UNID Spanish Navy vessel, 1557 USB/MIL- STD 188-110B serial tone, 1200bps/L, 8N1 coding, ACK-msgs to ARMADA07 (21Nov07) (LDO) 07353.0 ----: UNID MIL network, ALG? 0823 USB/LINK-Y Mk 2, two stations exchanging tactical data link tfc, possibly Algerian Navy (21Nov07) (LDO) 07926.0 ----: UNID Russian MIL?, RUS? 1436 USB/45-tone/ HDR OFDM-modem, unmodulated pilot tone at +3300 Hz, short tfc bursts (21Nov07) (LDO) 08250.0 ARMADA07: Spanish Navy Madrid?, E? 1521 USB/MIL- STD 188-110B serial tone, using 1200bps/L , 8N1 coding, binary file transfer [ATO22~1.ATO] to ARMADA49 (21Nov07) (LDO) 10404.0 BAIDA: GMRA Al Bayda, LBY 0749 USB, digitized & encrypted voice tfc to Tripoli using R&S GN2130 embedded 48-tone OFDM waveform (21Nov07) (LDO) 10603.0 763: UNID Chinese station, CHN 1155 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B App. B 39-tone, 4 figure group message to 544,voice coordination in Chinese (21Nov07) (LDO) 10716.6 ----: Algerian MIL network, ALG 0758 SIEMENS CHP-200 system 250Bd/170Hz, selcall mode then to simplex ARQ in non-FH mode (21Nov07) (LDO) 10886.7 ----: UNID Yemeni net, YEM 0754 HC-ARQ/240Bd/ 200Hz, encrypted traffic with letters only, occasional voice exchange in Arabic on 10885 kHz, voice calls heard were "Mansuriyah" & "Al Khayran" (21Nov07) (LDO) 13976.0 ----: Swiss embassy Tehran, IRN 1248 USB/MIL- STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone, lengthy crypto e-mail tfc. to Bern, net using ALE with linking protection (21Nov07) (LDO) 14482.0 C30: UNID Spanish MIL, E? 0924 USB/SKYMASTER 8-FSK ALE/THALES proprietary 2400Bd serial tone waveform, long ARQ bursts to unlocated station, stations using TRC-3600 radios (21Nov07) (LDO) 16224.0 ----: Swiss embassy Tehran, IRN 1256 USB/MIL- STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110B serial tone, lengthy crypto e-mail tfc. to Bern, net using ALE with linking protection (21Nov07) (LDO) (Leif Dehio, Munich, Germany - udxf 21/11/2007) 07868.0 4015: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1513 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 10658.0 4015: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1515 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 10160.0 4017: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1519 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 07810.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 1513 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-21) (sw) 05551.0 3811: Unid Turkish Net 1605 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 06795.0 3811: Unid Turkish Net 1609 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 07617.0 3811: Unid Turkish Net 1614 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 06881.5 8111: Unid 1633 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 05575.0 6011: Unid 1640 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 05575.0 77440: Unid 1646 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 07617.0 3421: Unid Turkish Net 1646 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 07868.0 4061: Unid 1701 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 05667.7 77449: Unid 1701 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 05551.0 3011: Unid Turkish Net 1704 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 08950.0 3011: Unid Turkish Net 1705 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 21/11/2007) > 07617.0 3811: Unid Turkish Net 1614 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) With the help of Sam I tried to do a small summary about this unid Turkish net. Idents mostly start with 3xxx and end (except 3062 and 8062) all with xxx1; plus three 98xx stations (9817, 9850, 9857) Frequencies: ================= 04855.0 kHz 05289.0 05551.0 06795.0 06871.0 07032.0 07481.0 07617.0 07998.0 08413.0 08950.0 09070.0 Idents: ========================== 3011, 3031, 3061, 3062 3161 3211, 3251 3341, 3351 3421, 3541, 3551, 3561 3651 3771 3811 4061 8011, 8031, 8061, 8062 8211 8351 8551 8651 9817, 9850, 9857 4855 kHz: ---------- 3061, 3062 5289 kHz --------- 3551 9850 5551 kHz ------------- 3011, 3061, 3062, 3421, 3651, 3771, 3811 8211, 8351, 8551 9817, 9850, 9857 6795 kHz --------- 3031, 3061, 3062, 3161, 3211, 3341, 3421, 3551, 3561, 3811 8011, 8031, 8061, 8351, 8551, 8651, 9850, 9857 6871 kHz ---------- 3031, 3062, 3771 7032 kHz --------------- 3031 8061, 8062, 8211 9850 7481 kHz ------------ 3771 8011, 8351, 8551 7617 kHz -------------- 3421, 3771, 3811 8551 7998 kHz --------- 3651 8062 9850 8413 kHz ------------- 3241, 3771 8950 kHz --------- 3011, 3061, 3161, 3211, 3341, 3351, 3551, 3561, 3651, 3771 4061, 8061, 9850, 9817 & 3771 / 9817, 9850, 9857 (from above) on the Turkish Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net : 05132.0 9850, 3771 05268.0 9850, 3771 06778.0 3771 06921.0 9850, 3771 07810.0 3771 07868.0 9850 08150.0 9850 09045.0 3771 12110.0 9817, 9857, 3771 & 3771 / 9850 on an unid set of frequencies 03497.0 3771 05035.0 9850, 3771 06748.0 9850, 3771 07355.0 3771 07870.0 3771 My ideas is: A: 3771, 9817, 9850, 9857 are player on the Turkish Red Crescent Net AND on these two unid Turkish nets. B: These nets are part of an larger "Emergency" system? maybe the two unid nets are Civil Protection? and/or Military? C: 3771, 9817, 9850, 9857 are maybe a kind of (regional) "joint agency emergency centers/HQs" as they act on all 3 nets? Or they are just guests or "gateways" or a kind "connection bureau". D: Or they are any "governmental" stations to contact/supervise these emergency agencies. Any ideas ? Any additions ? (Thomas Rosner, Germany - udxf 21/11/2007) 02182.0 OSU ostende 2031 USB eng hol 21nov07 02182.0 EJK valentia 2033 USB eng 21nov07 04728.0 archangelsk air ? 2037 USB rus yl 21nov07 04730.0 unid raf? 2040 STANAG-4481? 21nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 21/11/2007) 06870.0 PEJATEN: unid Indonesian 1525 USB/ALE clg PALEMBANG (21/NOV/07) (KK) 06870.0 PEJATEN: unid Indonesian 1528 USB/ALE clg JAMBI (21/NOV/07) (KK) 08188.0 No Call: unid prb BUL Diplo 1550 ASCII-11bit/ 75Bd/500Hz "dr om zok 1 znn RQ 12/5" after BUL-8FSK-ALE/~240Bd (21/NOV/07) (KK) 04181.0 No Call: E11 1630 USB fem Voice repeating: "Two, Eight, Seven, Oblique, Oblique, Zero, Zero" Ends 1634UTC with "Out" (21/NOV/07) (KK) (Kristian, Germany - udxf 22/11/2007) 02817 : M51 Fort de Bicetre 2209 CW NR 29 N 20 23:08:59 1984 = ECYBN NZNWW XGQXW. // 2569.5 5471.5 (20Nov07) (MPJ) 05680 KINLOSS RESCUE: ARCC Kinloss, Scotland 1112 USB Radio check with NAVY 177. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 05762 035: Hungarian Army 2216 ALE/USB Calls 082. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 05792 11111: Probably Moroccan Civil Defence/MOI? 2144 ALE/USB Sounding. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 05823 2512: Moroccan Civil Defence 2151 ALE/USB Calls 2001. 200 calls 2512. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 06925 TSM: Poss Israeli AF 2011 ALE/USB Calls C21. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 07905 : Romanian Military Net 1814 ALE/USB Link protected (21Nov07) (MPJ) 10344.5 XSS: UK DHFCS NCS 1708 ALE/USB Sounding 10344.5, 10350 and 10360 kHz. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 12230 XSS: UK DHFCS NCS 1511 ALE/USB Sounding. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 12431 TARANTO: Italian Guardia di Finanza Net, Taranto 1520 ALE/USB Calls ROSATI-Bigliani Class Fast Patrol Boat (G-89). ROSATI calls TARANTO at 15:48. (21Nov07) (MPJ) 13499 2011: Morocan Civil Defence/MOI? 1413 ALE/USB Calls 2215. (21Nov07) (MPJ) (Jim, U.K. - udxf 22/11/2007) 7527.0 1850 J30 raises PAC in ALE, passes ops-normal to CAMSPAC in USB voice. COTHEN. 7642.0 2005 YXPNNN, possibly US Navy/ Marine Corps MARS NNN0YXP, sounding. 7642.0 2220 6DUAFA, presumably US Air Force MARS AFA6DU, sounding, again at 2318. 8047.0 2142 T060XN (Probable National Guard, possibly TX), working A060RN. All these funny addresses are likely US state codes with a 3-figure number in the middle and N at the end, like T###XN for Texas. 9295.0 2257 VQQ (MARS?) sounding 10242.0 1852 PARKHILL exchanges, then CNT cleardown with T54 in ALE, and back to scan. COTHEN. 10242.0 1916 OPB (US DEA Operations Bahamas & Tortugas) raises J24 in ALE, then weak USB voice, couldn't hear IDs, presumably Juliet 24 and Panther. COTHEN. 10680.0 2257 VQQ (MARS?) sounding 10816.5 1953 H090IN calling A060RN, then calling on 17458.5. 12087.5 2106 T060XN calling A100KN 14653.0 1937 H090IN raises HQ703N in ALE, then long exchange in STANAG 4539/ FS-1021, 300 and 75 baud, long interleave, encrypted, until 1949. 15867.0 1911 LNT raises 502 in ALE, then CAMSLANT working CG 1502 (HC-130H, E-City) in USB voice. COTHEN. 16338.5 T060XN calling A060RN at 2140, calling A100KN at 2147. 17458.5 1931 T060XN calling A100KN at 2105, 2135, and 2146; calling A060RN at 2140, and calling C010TN at 2115. (Hugh Stegman - udxf 22/11/2007) 05225.0 unid air cis? 0542 USB rus? om 22nov07 05225.0 unid cis? mil 0551 CIS14? 100/500 22nov07 02608.4 fuo 0555 ITA2/150/850 " faaa de fuo... testing...voyez vous le brick.." 22nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 22/11/2007) 1529z 22 Nov 07 11175.0 was active at 1527z with BOB SLED (good levels with fading; good audio) calling ANY STATION and raising PUERTO RICO (weak/mostly unreadable here and weak/readable to BOB SLED) for a brief signal check and gone. (Jeff Haverlah, Texas, USA - udxf 22/11/2007) 05075.0 drini moi albanie? 1745 ALE USB to mal 22nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 22/11/2007) 06996,0 cut001c: unid 2219 cw = cq cq cq de cut001c qrk ? k = 22Nov07 (wp3) 07030,0 (approx.) : unid 1309 cw xxx xxx ixje ixje 12923 sudakowyj 7111 9506 k xxx xxx ixje ixje 12923 sudakowyj 7111 9506 k 22Nov07 (wp3) 10404,0 msaad: unid LYB 0857 ale/usb THIS IS: MSAAD@ 22Nov07 (wp3) 10404,0 hq1: GMRA HQ Tripoli LYB 0857 ale/usb TO: TUBRUK TO: TUBRUK THIS IS: HQ1 22Nov07 (wp3) (W. Palmberger, Germany - udxf 23/11/2007) 08600.0.0 130111: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 2209 ALE/USB clg 2211 (2007-11-21) (sw) 04855.0.0 130111: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 2211 ALE/USB clg 2211 (2007-11-21) (sw) 05575.0 1494: Unid 2216 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 04900.5 1704: Unid 2220 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 05551.0 8061: Unid Turkish Net 2248 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 05551.0 3771: Unid Turkish Net 2253 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-21) (sw) 07868.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 2124 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-22) (sw) 06921.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 2125 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-22) (sw) 11500.0 2014: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 2133 ALE/USB clg 1020 (2007-11-22) (sw) 06789.0 1581: Unid 2150 ALE/USB clg 1590 (2007-11-22) (sw) 08232.2 6869: Irq-Kellog, Brown and Root (KBR Inc.) 2201 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-22) (sw) 06524.2 6101: Irq-Kellog, Brown and Root (KBR Inc.) 2205 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-22) (sw) 08232.2 8101: Irq-Kellog, Brown and Root (KBR Inc.) 2207 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-22) (sw) 06860.0 711: Nig-National Police Force 2208 ALE/USB clg 711711 (2007-11-22) (sw) 07801.0 6701: Irq-Kellog, Brown and Root (KBR Inc.) 2210 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-22) (sw) 06860.0 711712: Nig-National Police Force 2213 ALE/USB clg 711711 (2007-11-22) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 23/11/2007) 02598.0 VCG? riviere au renard - garde cotes canada 0451 USB fr-eng naws. 23nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 23/11/2007) 05575.0 mil algerie? maroc ? 0456 USB arabe d/x avec bip et ALE to 191 23nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 23/11/2007) 02899.0 Giant 8138 0510 Selcal MR-EK N523MC B747 c/n 21782 11/23 usb (PP) 02899.0 OAE604 0544 Omni Air selcal AJ-DE N612AX c/n 48290 DC10-30 11/23 usb (Patrice Privat, France - udxf 23/11/2007) 6902.5 1725 1050 with sounding 1727 0102 with sounding 1728 511 with sounding 1739 77440 with sounding 1740 8895 with sounding 1741 3333 with sounding (Ronny Peeters, Belgium - udxf 23/11/2007) here are some of ALF's no-ALE loggings from the last days. It seems that the the "German Coast Guard" run two different stations from Cuxhaven on 2671.3 kHz. Both s/c FMCB -> answered by "38461 ZOLL CUX" (Customs) and s/c PVAI -> answered by "655O9 KUEWAZ CUX" ("CG") do sending messages. Any comments ?? Any comments / Further ideas refering to the logs and UNIDs below? JOBCHART (?) 03 on HF-CGS ? unid 5206.0 Multinational Naval net? 73, Tom ================================================================= 02671.3 : German "Coast Guard" Cuxhaven 2210 ARQ wx-report to unid, signed "... KUESTE NORD CUXHAVEN // JJJJ:", s/off. 20Nov07 (ALF) 02671.3 : Customs Cuxhaven, Cuxhaven D 2010 ARQ s/c "SSUR" (FSB Meerkatze) into wx-bull after "38461 ZOLL CUX",Meerkatze cfm "99926 DBFM X". 21Nov07 (ALF) 02671.3 DBFM: Fishery Protection Patrol vessel "FSB Meerkatze" 2240 ARQ s/c "PVAI" answered by "655O9 ...",into msg after "99926 DBFM X". 20Nov07; 2045z s/c "FMCB" (unid) into posrep to "O1 CUX KUEWAZ-N=" after "99926 DBFM X" // "+++ EEE MEERKATZE NR.11". 21Nov07 (ALF) 02671.3 DBFO: Fishery Protection Patrol vessel "FSB Seefalke" 2100 ARQ s/c "FMCB" answered by "38461 ...", into posrep to "O1 CUX MSZ" after "O1 CUX MSZ" // "+++ EEE DBFO NR. 1O". 21Nov07 (ALF) 04209.5 XVG: Haiphong Radio, VTN 2340 FEC NAVTEX msg WE55 w/TROPICAL STORM WARN'. 21/NOV/2007 (DL8AAM) 05206 CONTROL: NCS Multinational Naval Exercise Net, Europe 2036 J3E/USB EE (Italian accent) wkg KC (UK accent) & KA (German accent) w/ coord. for data tfc on X205 etc. & NUKO formated msgs. 20Nov07 (ALF) 05282.7 : unid Moroccan "CIMEL" Meteo;NCS? 0217 PACTOR-I ; 0219z , both w/out joy, no CW-id. 21Nov07 (ALF) 05403.5 YN2N: El Salvadorian "60m-Experimental" Station 0225 J3E/USB wkg UK & US stations. 21Nov07 (ALF) 05440 : unid Russian/Ukrainian 1145 RTTY/ITA2/50/500/N testing "OM PROBU SLD EM OWEKI", "OKOK NORMA OM WSA-444", "OK ZAKRSTIE SW W1545 ++=", "73 ++=". 22Nov07 (ALF) 05565 BAT 60A: Baron Air Cargo (Turkey) Flight 0233 J3E/USB wkg Dakar MWARA w/posrep, go to FL450 & leave 410. 21Nov07 (ALF) 05840.5 : unid 2342 PACTOR-I , 2358z . 22Nov07 (ALF) 06690 DHN66: NATO Geilenkirchen, D 1143 J3E/USB id as "66" wkg Magic 59 w/coord. for encrypt "RATT"/75Bd?/850Hz on 6692 kHz. 23Nov07 (ALF) 06739 JOBCART (?) 03: USAF 2300 J3E/USB mni thanks-giving pps to commercial nrs via Sigonella. 22Nov07 (ALF) 06739 ANDREWS: HF-GCS 2332 J3E/USB SKYKING-msg "NE3, Time 32, Aff. IB". 22Nov07 (ALF) (Thomas Rosner, Germany - udxf 23/11/2007) and here are ALF's ALE loggings Totally new for me is the net on 5555 kHz with players EO1MANDO EO1MANDO PCBRIMARMANDO At the same time some weak Spanish language traffic was heard, prob. South American. Related to the ALE? Who is the HF-GCS player "HLCR" ? The voice callsign "could" sounded like "VICTOR (?) 91" ??? Who are the DIV# idents, first time a DIV3 was reported on 8625 kHz some time ago and now DIV9 with LP2 on 6735 kHz, both gave the AMD "DIAL4" (but not related to the Corpo Carabinieri...) New UNIDs are 5725.0 > with "231901" (was reported on 5060 before) 6864.5 > with "9200" 6989.5 > with "Z02" and "Z06"; Z06 reported on 5816.5 kHz before 7000.0 > with "ESD" and "AKK"; "ROW" was seen some days before A friend requested me to ask the list about the following new unid 14260 kHz > with "AJP004", "AJR010", "AJP219", "AHP042" Any ideas or comments ?? 73, Tom ========================================================================= 03105 RM40: Algerian Military 0047 ALE/USB to VR57. 20Nov07 (ALF) 03105 VR57: Algerian Military 0053 ALE/USB to VR60. 20Nov07 (ALF) 04855 1117: Moroccan Civil Protection 0000a ALE/USB SND. 22Nov07 (ALF) 05050 XL14: Algerian Military 2330 ALE/USB to RM10 w/LQA. 20Nov07 (ALF) 05050 RM10: Algerian Military 2333 ALE/USB to XL18 w/LQA. 20Nov07 (ALF) 05138 300_: unid (incomplete) 2013 ALE/LSB to 3060 w/LQA. 19Nov07 (ALF) 05138 3008: unid 2017 ALE/LSB to 3006 w/LQA. 19Nov07 (ALF) 05470 XL10: Algerian Military 2222 ALE/USB to RM10 w/LQA. 19Nov07 (ALF) 05554.5 T01185: US Army Aviation "1-185 AVN" 0007 ALE/USB SND. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05555 EO1MANDO: unid, prob. South American 0030 ALE/USB to EO2MANDO; 0033z to PCBRIMARMANDO w/LQA; Spanish voice tfc, related? 23Nov07 (ALF) 05708 HLCR: unid US Military 0130 ALE/USB to JDG (HF-GCS Diego Garcia, w/LQA who replied into voice as DIEGO & "?VICTOR? 91". 21Nov07 (ALF) 05709 : unid 0402 ALE/USB Link Protection. 21Nov07 (ALF) 05725 231901: unid 0024 ALE/USB SND. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05740.5 437817: unid "Arab Voice Net #2" 0019 ALE/USB [TWS]. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05750 T2Z238: US Army Aviation "2-238 AVN" (Indiana Army NG) 0321 ALE/USB SND. 21Nov07 (ALF) 05823 1114: Moroccan Civil Protection 0003 ALE/USB SND. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05823 1325: Moroccan Civil Protection 0003 ALE/USB SND. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05823 2514: Moroccan Civil Protection 2350 ALE/USB SND. 22Nov07 (ALF) 05823 3001: Moroccan Civil Protection 0003 ALE/USB SND. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05823 11121: Moroccan Civil Protection 0006 ALE/USB SND. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05823 13021: Moroccan Civil Protection 0003 ALE/USB SND. 23Nov07 (ALF) 05823 13132: Moroccan Civil Protection 2144 ALE/USB SND. 21Nov07 (ALF) 06564 : unid 0352 ALE/USB Link Protection into ...-110A. 21Nov07 (ALF) 06735 DIV9: unid 2338 ALE/USB to LP2 w/LQA & "DIAL4". 20Nov07 (ALF) 06789.5 437815: unid a€zArab Voice Net #2a€? 2253 ALE/USB to 437806 w/LQA. 19Nov07 (ALF) 06789.5 437806: unid a€zArab Voice Net #1a€? 2301 ALE/USB SND. 19Nov07 (ALF) 06864.5 9200: unid 2310 ALE/USB SND. 19Nov07 (ALF) 06864.5 437815: unid a€zArab Voice Net #2a€? 2320+ ALE/USB to 437808, 436805, 437804 w/LQA. 19Nov07 (ALF) 06737 4111: unid 0113 ALE/LSB to 4121 w/LQA, who replied. 21Nov07 (ALF) 06989.5 Z02: unid 0204 ALE/USB to Z06 w/LQA. 21Nov07 (ALF) 07000 ESD: unid 2015 ALE/USB to AKK. 22Nov07 (ALF) 07810 2014: Turkish Red Crescent Emergency Operations 2204 ALE/USB to 2010 w/LQA. 20Nov07 (ALF) 07588.5 PR013: unid 0118 ALE/USB SND. 21Nov07 (ALF) 08950.5 T2Z1: US Army Aviation "2-1 AVN" (2-1 General Support Aviation Battalion) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to IRQ 0041 ALE/USB SND. 20Nov07 (ALF) (Thomas Rosner, Germany - udxf 23/11/2007) 4554 sitor 9h45 cuxhaven 5620 pecheurs fr 13h50 6824 cw 14h00 fav22 Mt Valerien 8060 ale 14h19 10100 rtty 16h52 Hambourg (Tony - udxf 23/11/2007) 8416,5 NMF: USCG Boston, USA (MA) 16:40 SITOR B - Meteo en anglais - Tres mauvais RX 23/11/07 08418,0 IAR: Rome Radio, Italie 17:25 CW/ARQ Callband "IAR" Ch 804 23/11/07 08424,0 SVO3: Olympia Radio, Grece 17:50 CW/ARQ Callband "DE SVO" Ch 816 23/11/07 08434,0 TAH: Istanbul Radio, Turquie 18:10 CW/ARQ Callband "TAH" Ch 819 23/11/07 (Percebois Sylvain, France - dxuti 23/11/2007) 22.11.07 13H10 UTC SVO 16829 Sitor B (FEC) Msg en grecque 17H08 UTC TWVB1 9097 ALE (To) TZS (This is) TWVB1 23.11.07 09H48 UTC SVJ4 8105,1 FAX 120/576 12H20 UTC IDR… 8411 RTTY 75/850 14H15 UTC CTP 8550,21 RTTY 75/883 15H13 UTC MONACO R. 4363 USB, F, E, Russe 15H22 UTC JJC KYODO NEWS 8465,57 FAX 60/576 21H02 UTC MONSANTO R. 490 Navtex (foxkilo88 - dxuti 24/11/2007) Some logs dating from noon on the 20th until today 1012utc. Big thanks to Fritz and Jim for help with the ID of the 4632 network !!!!! 00018.1 no call: Russian high command HQ Moscow, Chaldovar radio centre, Kyrgyzstan, 1204 F1B / F1A fsk morse 16.7wpm 5fg message to collective adress RDL: "rdl rdl rdl 89148 93557 89148 93557 89148 93557 k" (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00018.1 no call: Russian high command HQ Moscow, Vileyka radio centre, Belarus, 1552, F1B T600 aka Bee 36-50 w/ 75 Hz shift, sched bcast // 7657, 10452 (weak), 14664 (strong)(23/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00018.1 no call: Russian high command HQ Moscow, Chaldovar radio centre, Kyrgyzstan, 0853 F1B T600 aka Bee 36-50 w/ 75 Hz shift sched bcast // 11468, 13490, 14411 no bcast in the 7MHZ range or lower heard (22/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00018.1 no call: Russian high command HQ Moscow, Chaldovar radio centre, Kyrgyzstan, 0850 F1B T600 aka Bee 36-50 w/ 75 Hz shift sched bcast // 7416 (strong), 7657 (weak), 11468, 12741, 14411 (22/NOV/2007)(TJ) 00027.3 no call: Russian high command HQ Moscow, Khabarovsk radio centre, Russia, 0904 F1B T600 aka Bee 36-50 w/ 75 Hz shift strategic bcast, NO paralell on 18.1 or 21.1 kHz (22/NOV/2007)(TJ) 04625.0 UVB76: Staff of Moscow mil district, Lozhki tx site / Radio centre # 143, Russia 1350 A3H "buzzer" off at 1355utc and then back (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) 04632.0 CRDE: Russian mil tactical duplex network, unid tx site, Russia 1418 A1A morse 16wpm " vvv gqq4 de crde qyt6 zvo zag zmz qyt6 r k " later at 1449utc comms check with cykw " cykw cykw cykw de crde crde qtc4" (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) 07018.0 REA4: Russian long range airforce HQ, unid tx site, 1240utc, F1B / F1A fsk morse 1000 hz shift, no decode due to heavy static crashes. No bcast at 1340utc (20/NOV/2007)(TJ) 10540.0 RIW: Russian Navy HQ Moscow, unid tx site, Russia 1000 A1A morse 17.6 / 6 wpm comms with unid warship "rmdz", both parties heard, several "rmdz de riw zkm ?" then fast cw from RIW to RMDZ: " mvklmmkvmmmklkvlklllkmmm" followed by widely spaced but normal keyed letters; "e c ? u y j b d f q ? k q x t x y l i v p u d", RMDZ follow up with short string of letters, then RIW, and so on for app 5 minutes Remarkable good signal strenght of both participants (23/NOV/2007)(TJ) 11000.0 RIW: Russian Navy HQ Moscow, unid tx site, Russia 0933 A1A morse 17.6 wpm comms with unid warship "rmdz", asks RMDZ to use MS-5 vocoder crypto on 12398 kHz " rmdz de riw qyt4 qsx 12398 k" (23/NOV/2007)(TJ) 11000.0 RIW: Russian Navy HQ Moscow, unid tx site, Russia 0944 A1A morse 17.6 wpm comms with unid warship "rmdz", tells RMDZ that RIW is ready for scrambled usb voice on 10540 kHz " rmdz de riw qrr3 qdw 1t54t k riw r k " (23/NOV/2007)(TJ) 12398.0 RMDZ, Unid Russian warship, 0935 F1B very to extremely weak MS-5 txm heard, fading and drowning in noise ( QRN ) (23/NOV/2007)(TJ) (Trond J, Hvaler, Norway - udxf 24/11/2007) 05035.0 3771: Tur- Red Crescent Emergency Operations Net 2001 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 06850.0 2BT: Unid 2004 ALE/USB clg 4BR (2007-11-23) (sw) 05555.0 587: Unid 2009 ALE/USB clg 288 (2007-11-23) (sw) 06562.0 437817: Unid 2013 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 04010.0 XL10: Alg-Mil 2023 ALE/USB clg XL18 (2007-11-23) (sw) 04010.0 DRINI: Alb-Mil/Moi 2026 ALE/USB clg BORA (2007-11-23) (sw) 06800.0 MISRATA: Lby-GMRA 2029 ALE/USB clg MOBILE16 (2007-11-23) (sw) 05337.0 R23625: Usa-Mil 2034 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 08600.0.0 2518: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 2044 ALE/USB clg 2211 (2007-11-23) (sw) 05542.0 T1Z1: Usa-Mil 2048 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 05542.0 T2Z1: Usa-Mil 1st Infantry Division/4th Brigade Combat Team: "2nd Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment (2-1 AVN) of Fort Riley, KS; deployed to Iraq 2050 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 06902.5 1548: Unid 2054 ALE/USB sndg (2007-11-23) (sw) 06789.5 437803: Unid 2104 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 05416.0 3050: Unid 2106 ALE/LSB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 06864.5 437815: Unid 2107 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 05575.0 7010: Unid 2108 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 06789.5 437815: Unid 2108 ALE/USB clg 437806 (2007-11-23) (sw) 06864.5 437815: Unid 2122 ALE/USB clg 437805 (2007-11-23) (sw) 06789.5 437815: Unid 2124 ALE/USB clg 437805 (2007-11-23) (sw) 05176.5 437815: Unid 2126 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 06989.5 Z03: Unid 2126 ALE/USB clg Z11 (2007-11-23) (sw) 06989.5 Z11: Unid 2126 ALE/USB clg Z03 (2007-11-23) (sw) (Sam, U.k. - udxf 24/11/2007) 1h17 UTC : 5598Khz USB, DTMF + phonie. Radioguidage aerien. En anglais, ca parlai de track, de deviation, de coordonnee. Pas tout compris, j'ai un QRM enorme aujourd'hui. (Laurent Laborde, France - dxuti 24/11/2007) 02226.0 ukcg aberdeen 0743 USB wx 24nov07 04560.0 TAH 0746 FEC eng wx /secteurs 24nov07 01916.6 gcg cuxhaven 0750 ARQ wx previsions txt incomplet fading? (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 24/11/2007) de l'autre cote du globe? la cote est des states est simplement de l'autre cote de la mare... 5598 c'est, par ordre de proximite , shanwick ,sta maria ,gander ,new york les volmets recus permettent de mesurer la qualite de la propagation comme les stations hfdl en ce moment 5450 raf 5505 > 8957 shannon 6617< 8939 11297 st petersbourg 10090 taschkent 11318 novosibirsk // samara :kazan (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 24/11/2007) 06924.0 1047 ras 05598.0 atc nat sta maria et shanwick 1050 USB confortable CBRS? 54n 16w 24nov07 06604.0 volmet gander ID 1054 USB rain...2° 24nov07 06622 LH400 / air canada jmgq a340 1056 USB c shanwick 24nov07 http://www.planepictures.net/netshow.php?id=694434 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 24/11/2007) 06265.0 AAA: Israel Air Force 0422 ALE/USB sndg. (24oct07) (AA) 10390.0 11161: unid 0434 ALE/USB sndg. (24oct07) (AA) 10195.9 T02: unid 0636 ALE/USB sndg. (24oct07) (AA) 06425.0 4050: unid 0730 ALE/LSB calling 4040 (24oct07) (AA) 06251.0 XSS: UK DHFCS NCS 0930 ALE/USB sndg. (24oct07) (AA) 08532.5 XSS: UK DHFCS NCS 1032 ALE/USB sndg. (24oct07) (AA) The 8532.5 is not in Tom's XSS list. A new frequency ? Tom, pse add it (if you like) :) (Alex, Austria - udxf 24/11/2007) avec chu en background...pour 7335 07335.0 11041 13141 1106 forces marocaines? 1107 ALE USB snd 24nov07 09200.0 11041 forces marocaines? 1116 ALE USB snd 24nov07 avec skysw November 24, 2007 12:05:29 THIS WAS: 110 THIS WAS: 11041@ November 24, 2007 12:07:06 THIS WAS: 131 THIS WAS: 131 THIS WAS: 13141@ November 24, 2007 12:07:11 THIS WAS: 13141@ November 24, 2007 12:14:10 THIS WAS: 1106@@ THIS WAS: 110 THIS WAS: 1106@@ THIS WAS: 110 THIS WAS: 110 THIS WAS: 1106@@ November 24, 2007 12:16:38 THIS WAS: 110 THIS WAS: 11041@ (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 24/11/2007) Depuis 2 bonnes heures je suis sur 14779,95 Khz a decoder de l'ALE, donc avec Skysweeper rien, mais PC ALE: [TO ][GWPWNI][TIS][GWPWN33][AL0] BER 28 SN 06 [TO ][GWPWN33][TIS][GWPWNI][AL0] BER 30 SN 10 [TO ][GWPWNI][TIS][GWPWN33][AL0] BER 19 SN 07 [TO ][GWPWNI][TIS][GWPWN33][AL0] BER 26 SN 07 [AMD]0FAXDATA CK [TO ][GWPWNI][TIS][GWPWN33][AL0] BER 17 SN 06 [TO ][GWPWNI][TWS][GWP] [AL0] BER 14 SN 05 [AMD]FAXDATA CK [TO ][GWPWNI][TIS][GWP] [AL0] BER 26 SN 08 [AMD]0FAXDATA CK voila un extrait et apres controle c'est Navy Bresilien et le navire "Niteroi". (14zk192 - dxuti 24/11/2007) 12877.5 UIW kaliningrad 1518 ITA2/50/170 rus infos 24nov07 (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 24/11/2007) 05045.0 XA33: Alg-Mil 2310 ALE/USB clg RM30 (2007-11-23) (sw) 04855.0 13082: Mrc-Moi/Direction de la Protection Civile 2315 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-23) (sw) 03740.0 KM01: Unid 2326 ALE/USB clg TP01 (2007-11-23) (sw) 11147.0 8011: Unid 1428 ALE/USB clg 2413 (2007-11-23) (sw) 06800.0 MISRATA: Lby-GMRA 1432 ALE/USB clg HQ2 Tripoli Lby (2007-11-24) (sw) 06800.0 HQ2: Lby-GMRA Tripoli Lby1432 ALE/USB clg MISRATA (2007-11-24) (sw) 10360.0 006666: Tur-Mil 1441 ALE/USB clg 000002 (2007-11-24) (sw) 08950.0 3011: Unid Turkish Net 1504 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-24) (sw) 05138.0 3070: Unid 1549 ALE/LSB clg 3000 (2007-11-24) (sw) 05138.0 3000: Unid 1549 ALE/LSB clg 3070 (2007-11-24) (sw) 05770.0 RGI: Unid (pos Saudi net) 1558 ALE/USB clg JDI (2007-11-24) (sw) 05770.0 RGP: Unid (pos Saudi net) 1558 ALE/USB clg JDI (2007-11-24) (sw) 05035.0 9850: Unid Turkish Net 1604 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-24) (sw) 05250.0 5830: Unid 1607 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-24) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 24/11/2007) C'est tout simplement DDK en fait sur 10100 khz Sur 10098 khz, rtty, 50-425, meteo marine, unid... (ypeyry - dxuti 24/11/2007) 06850.0 2BT: Unid 1613 ALE/USB clg 4BR (2007-11-24) (sw) 06795.0 3061: Unid Turkish Net 1631 ALE/USB clg 3062 (2007-11-24) (sw) 06795.0 3062: Unid Turkish Net 1631 ALE/USB clg 3061 (2007-11-24) (sw) 04900.0 JCU: Unid (pos Saudi net) 1636 ALE/USB clg RFU (2007-11-24) (sw) 06881.5 1914: Unid 1637 ALE/USB clg 1912 (2007-11-24) (sw) 06795.0 3341: Unid Turkish Net 1639 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-24) (sw) 06860.0 RS004: Mkd-Mil 1644 ALE/USB clg CS001 (2007-11-24) (sw) 06748.0 CHARLY46: Ita-Af HQ 46 Aerial Brigade IAF, San Guisto AFB 1648 ALE/USB clg 53 (2007-11-16) (sw) 06748.0 TSM: Isr-Af 1649 ALE/USB sndg. (2007-11-24) (sw) 06795.0 3061: Unid Turkish Net 1651 ALE/USB clg 3211 (2007-11-24) (sw) 07617.0 3061: Unid Turkish Net 1654 ALE/USB clg 3211 (2007-11-24) (sw) (Sam, U.K. - udxf 24/11/2007) sur 10100.8 ddk9 > 450 sur 10098.0 miroir de ddk? 850 tout a l'heure... (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 24/11/2007) Tallin air a 17h50 (utc) sur 4645 khz (ypeyry - dxuti 24/11/2007) 04951.5 : Russian Air Defence 1605 CW =991905??0????? =991906 etc. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 04443 E59C: UK Cadet Station 1525 USB CQ XMT CC1 RADIO CHECK. Sends serial BY80AW to W38 who responds with OU67RA. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 04953 H14B: UK Cadet Station 1449 USB Sends serial PC54ZW to unid. E59C (a girl) sends serial VS26GC to B72B and receives FM82WN in return. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 04953 O44B: UK Cadet Station 1519 USB QSY here (AA) from 5328. Sends serian CN53EZ to B74 and DO62DY to A22C. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 05328 N73C: UK Cadet Station 1500 USB Sends serial WT23WE to B74 and receives RM89IH in return. Then works K74B. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 05328 O44B: UK Cadet Station 1517 USB QSYs his net to AA. Goes to 4953 kHz. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 05328 O58B: UK Cadet Station (A Girl) 1530 USB Sends serial KB34PB to J10C. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 05343 H14B: UK Cadet Station NCS 1511 Radio checks with W38, C41B, E59C and R13B. Then passes serials. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 06913.5 : Russian Military 1516 CW Enciphered Morse sched in progress. JCXZCYYWX. PYTchVJYBY... Two stations in simplex. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 16133 P-QZB6: Swiss Military/Diplo 1338 ALE/USB In link-protected mode. (24Nov07) (MPJ) 16606 XSS: UK DHFCS NCS 1112 ALE/USB Heard sounding 16606, 14508.5 and 14485.5, 11250, 11218.4 and 11217 kHz. (24Nov07) (MPJ) (Jim, U.K. - udxf 24/11/2007) - NDB 20071117 0400 270 FLO Santa Cruz Das Flores AZR 20071117 0421 327 MVC Merville / Calonne FRA 20071117 0414 330 HN Hornafjordur ISL 20071117 0329 387 CEV Cervia (RA) ITA 20071118 1646 323 GT Hamburg / North DEU 20071118 1649 339 HOS Hamburg DEU 20071118 1650 350,5 FU Hamburg West DEU 20071118 1651 315 PAH Parchim DEU 20071118 1653 318 HIG Bremen DEU 20071118 1656 353 KIL Kiel / Holtenau DEU 20071118 1658 372 NDO Nordholz DEU 20071118 1704 394 LYE Lubeck / Blanckensee DEU 20071118 1712 367 MU Magdeburg DEU 20071118 1752 321 GL Berlin / Tegel / East DEU 20071118 1801 276,5 BW Bremen DEU 20071118 1805 336 LT Halmstad SWE 20071118 1807 336 BTA Bergen / Flesland / Bratta NOR 20071118 1813 334 FAU Bornholm / Ronne / Fauna DNK 20071118 1819 426 BC Bacau ROU 20071118 1827 426 GBG Gleichenberg for Graz AUT 20071118 1833 468 FTZ Fritzlar DEU 20071118 1839 468 VTN Kraljevo / Vitanovac SRB 20071118 1842 474 RZ Rzeszow / Jasionka POL 20071118 1844 473 FHA Friedrichshafen / Lowental DEU 20071118 1858 495 PA Pancevo SRB 20071118 1936 429 LOS Losinj HRV 20071118 1940 429 D Bratislava / M.R Stefanik SVK 20071118 1942 429 B Brno / Turany / Borek CZE 20071118 1947 430 BUG Bugac HNG 20071118 1950 432 BB Bibrka UKR 20071118 1953 432 IZD Ohrid / Izdeghavljr MKD 20071118 1956 432 G Amari EST 20071118 2103 433 CRE Cres HRV 20071118 2139 420 INN Innsbruck AUT 20071118 2149 418 ORA Oradea ROU 20071118 2156 335 RIM Rimini (RN) ITA 20071118 2200 337 MY Myggenaes FRO (Joachim Rabe, Germany - ndblist 19/11/2007) 20071116 13:47 1175 DO Dobrushyne UKR 1671 km NEW Already reported but I forgot to mark *NEW* 20071118 21:55 330 ZRA Zadar-Kakman HRV 1503 km 1017 hPa NEW 22:15 393 RST Rasht IRN 3177 NEW (sm1wxc - ndblist 19/11/2007) 18 2152 343.0 CGO Paris-Charles de Gaulle FRA 874 18 2139 345.0 THS Salonika GRC 1240 Y 18 2059 349.0 OYE Paris-Orly FRA 870 Y 18 2119 350.0 UK Yukhnov RUS 1498 Y 18 2109 351.0 CST Costix for Palma Mallorca BAL 18 2052 352.0 BRY Yenisehir TUR 1605 Y (Frantiek Muller, Praha, Czechia - ndblist 19/11/2007) 2007-11-18 21:39 371 STR 1033 4407 Sintra, POR 2007-11-18 21:39 371 MGL 1035 3206 Ponta Delgada, AZR 2007-11-18 21:40 372 OZN 400 2101 Prins Christian Sund / Kitaa, GRL 2007-11-18 21:43 376 LC 1035 1717 Columbus, OH, USA 2007-11-18 21:44 380 FIL 1026 2925 Horta / Faial Island, AZR 2007-11-18 21:45 389 CP 1024 4433 Lisboa / Caparica, POR 2007-11-18 21:48 399 MTN 1033 4612 Y Salamanca, ESP 2007-11-18 21:49 399 RL 1016 529 Waterville, ME, USA 2007-11-18 21:51 407 SRT 1035 6851 Sirte, LBY 2007-11-18 21:53 421 GE 1020 4764 Madrid / Getafe, ESP 2007-11-18 21:54 423 SCA 1035 4594 SALAMANCA, ESP 2007-11-18 21:55 429 LOS 978 5857 Losinj, HRV 2007-11-18 21:56 433 JER 1035 4774 Jerez, ESP 2007-11-18 22:42 420 PI 1020 2945 Pico, POR 2007-11-18 23:47 435 GHT 1025 6776 Ghat, LBY 2007-11-18 23:52 410 PEL 1025 5402 Point Pelada, BRA 2007-11-18 23:54 407 ISS 1018 536 Wiscasset, ME, USA 2007-11-19 00:02 375 VM 1050 3326 Vestmannaeyar, ISL 2007-11-19 00:09 335 CNK 1047 2880 Y Concordia, KS, USA 2007-11-19 00:16 397 OW 1035 735 Norwood, MA, USA 2007-11-19 00:24 270 FLO 1022 2685 Santa Cruz Das Flores, AZR 2007-11-19 00:36 338 PST 1026 4190 PORTO SANTO, POR 2007-11-19 00:50 370 DXT 1034 864 Dalton, MA, USA 2007-11-19 00:53 373 AEA 1025 1580 South Hill, VA, USA 2007-11-19 01:00 387 PV 1044 2750 Providenciales, TCA 2007-11-19 01:04 392 VEP 1020 2490 Vero Beach, FL, USA 2007-11-19 01:09 395 GBR 1013 896 Great Barrington, MA, USA 2007-11-19 01:11 397 BE 1025 1889 Benton Harbour, MI, USA 2007-11-19 01:13 404 CKI 1024 1924 Kingstree, SC, USA 2007-11-19 02:07 221 HM 375 1364 Hamilton (Carluke), ON, CAN 2007-11-19 02:09 236 4L 1025 1552 Chatham, ON, CAN 2007-11-19 02:16 268 S7 1035 1418 Hanover, ON, CAN 2007-11-19 02:20 321 PJB 1036 3726 Bonaire, ATN 2007-11-19 02:21 327 FXC 4627 Cayenne, GUF (Vernon Matheson, Canada - ndblist 19/11/2007) 2007-11-18 19:58 305 LT 3143 Y Alert Bay, NU, CAN 2007-11-18 21:44 316 BJO 1370 BJORNOYA, NOR 2007-11-18 22:31 378 RSY 1155 Y Rennesoey, NOR (Raimo Karjalainen, Laukaa, Finland - ndblist 19/11/2007) 18 1718 635 VX Minsk 2 BLR 863 km 18 1740 678 W Rivne, -980 UKR 1077 km *new* 18 1741 678 A Kharkiv, Osnova, -1000 UKR 1584 km *new* 18 1920 735 KW Koviahy, -1020 UKR 1546 km 18 1921 733 V Kyiv, Zhuliany, +935 UKR 1268 km 18 1942 778 GR Krasnohrad, +370 UKR 1584 km 18 2220 815 PW Pavlivka, -1020 UKR 1808 km 18 2227 830 SW Shepetivka, +1060 UKR 1151 km 18 2301 985 FK Gagarin, +1020 RUS 1142 km 18 2326 1155 LS Krasny Luch, +-1020 UKR 1856 km 18 2349 1285 SW Savelovo, +-1020 RUS 1244 km 18 2351 1290 TU Bely, +-1020 RUS 1009 km 18 2357 718 SL Soloviivka, +1060 UKR 1249 km 18 2359 643 TP Topchyne, -1020 +1135 UKR 1591 km 19 0001 642 KN Kostino, Sheremetyevo, Moscow RUS 1243 km 19 0007 617 SV Stebliv UKR 1383 km 19 0014 525 WRW Wroclaw, Strachowice POL 854 km (Tobbe Torbjorn in Nykoping, Sweden - ndblist 19/11/2007) 20071119 1158 215 YTR 1016 ON Trenton 20071119 1247 296 V4 378 AB Bonnyville 20071119 1228 389 CSB 1020 NE Cambridge 20071119 1205 515 CL -1080 WA Port Angeles (David Tomasko, USA - ndblist 19/11/2007) Another catch up log. Not much time for knob twisting lately. There seems to be a narrow azimuth window/conditions for the south Pacific NDBs I have Dxed the last year. They are not strong or persistent - patience is a virtue! AOP is a challenge as the USB is covered and unreadable by DGPS and the LSB is really not in the clear here. LSB of SON covered by a carrier. When I went to plot SON in GeoClock I found that the grayline had just passed over the location about 30 minutes or so earlier. SON is on a line kind of between PNI and NF, TVL is farther and RG is closer. TUT is a challenge as the U/L are swamped by USA NDBs/carriers. 20071115 02:52 290 AOP 1030 7.0 100 699 Antelope - Rock Springs, WY, USA 20071119 07:23 412 SON 1020 6.0 500 6001 Santo - Santo Pekoa IAP, VUT (#482)*1 20071119 08:10 413 CBC 1019 8.0 25 1376 Anahuac - Chambers Co Apt, TX, USA (#483)*2 (Don, Canada - ndblist 19/11/2007) Here are the logs from the past few days listening sessions. I've been pretty busy editing OTR (Old Time Radio) files so haven't had as many late night sessions. Last night's session was relatively short as it seemed that the band wasn't all that good (or I started too early ;-) The logs, all either new for the Winter 07-08 listening season, OR new first time heard beacons (*). Date GMT KCs ID Location 11-15-07 05:12 414 SU Sioux City, IA USA 11-15-07 05:26 414 8M Elk Point, AB Canada 11-15-07 06:04 269 UDE Delta, MB Canada 11-15-07 06:22 201 GV Greenville, TX USA 11-17-07 05:29 348 DC Greely, CO USA 11-17-07 06:13 362 SB Sudbury, ON Canada 11-17-07 07:36 388 GLY Clinton, MO USA 11-17-07 07:50 391 GXD Nacogdoches, TX USA 11-18-07 03:48 212 TS* Timmins, ON Canada (#1109) 11-18-07 04:21 221 9A Hanna, AB Canada (Note 1) 11-18-07 04:56 230 ZUC* Ignace, ON Canada (#1110) 11-19-07 04:18 251 MNZ Hamilton, TX USA Note 1: This is only the 2nd time I've heard this one. Last heard here Oct 13 2004. (ko6bb - ndblist 19/11/2007) 2007-11-17 01:52 248 HZP 994 Y Zionsville, IN, USA 2007-11-19 01:16 329 OWU 479 Y WEST WOODWARD, OK, USA (KA5JGV - ndblist 19/11/2007) 18 21:07 305.7 DA 304.706 1790 Dalatangi, ISL 18 21:42 365 AD 364.059 3051 Sochi, RUS 18 21:21 375 VM 376.052 1856 Vestmannaeyar, ISL 18 20:00 381 AB 380.582 1247 Akraberg/Sydero, FRO / 381.421 18 21:20 392 KF 390.986 1991 Keflavik, ISL 19 00:32 397 OL 398.015 1022 Szczecin, POL 19 00:28 401 JP 400.595 2175 Joensuu, FIN 18 23:40 407 CTF 408.015 1900 Catania (ct), SCY 18 23:49 408 TSR 409.058 1627 Timisoara/Giarmata, ROU 18 23:45 409 SG 408.592 1138 Satenas/Tune, SWE 18 23:42 409 NCS 407.975 1546 Nagy Cserkesz, HNG 18 23:56 412 PP 410.984 1405 Pecs, HNG 19 00:04 412 HUM 410.954 1481 Humac, HRV 19 00:08 413.5 DLS 412.479 900 Berlin/Tempelhof/Lubars, DEU 19 00:20 414 GR 412.962 1636 Dubrovnik/Gruda, HRV 19 00:25 415 RUS 416.018 2068 Russe, BUL 19 00:24 418 ORA 419.042 1609 Oradea, ROU (Peter Conway, Hastings, U.K. - ndblist 19/11/2007) 2007-11-19 05:00 405 7L 393 10.315 DAID; La Sarre, QC 2007-11-19 05:30 406 OK 1050 6.349 ; Tulakes, OK 2007-11-19 06:00 406 YLJ 401 10.413 DAID; Meadow Lake, SK 2007-11-19 03:00 407 AQ 1066 1039 5.994 ; Appleton, WI 2007-11-19 03:00 407 CM 1054 5.912 ; Champaign/Urbana, IL 2007-11-19 03:00 407 CO 1051 6.046 ; Colorado Springs, CO 2007-11-19 04:00 407 FR 1045 6.142 ; Farmingdale, NY 2007-11-19 11:00 407 IE 1048 5.703 ; Natchitoches, LA 2007-11-19 06:00 408 JDM 1031 1032 6.276 ; Colby, KS (Don Ward, Raleigh, USA - ndblist 19/11/2007) 19/11 1946 405.0 VIE Vieste (ITA) 1136 * New for me # 966 19/11 1935 414.0 GR Dubrovnik/Gruda (SRB) 1274 19/11 1906 415.0 RUS Russe (BUL) 1820 19/11 1931 416.0 POZ Pozaverac (SRB) 1419 19/11 1903 416.0 MAR Alger (ALG) 1050 19/11 1902 417.0 SNO Santiago (ESP) 985 19/11 1900 418.0 BAI Bailen (ESP) 1047 (f4lkc - ndblist 19/11/2007) 20071117 2118 374.5 TST 1481 Ancona (ANC) 'testing', ITA 20071117 2110 372 OZN 3158 Prins Christian Sund / Kitaa, GRL 20071117 2327 366 KM 252 Kalmar, SWE 20071118 0239 518 TM 1801 TOMAKIVKA, UKR 20071118 0240 517 ARD 1329 Arad, ROU 20071118 2357 382 FW 815 Frankfurt Am Main, DEU 20071118 2349 380 LF 183 RONNEBY, SWE 20071118 2351 380 KN 1436 BEOGRAD, SER 20071118 2326 372 CE 1332 Osijek / Cepin, HRV 20071118 2327 371 HAA 442 Hamar / Stafsberg, NOR 20071119 0324 399 FM 161 TrollhA¤ttan / VA¤nersborg, SWE 20071119 0320 398 NIT 1025 Nitra, SVK 20071119 0319 397 NF 160 FalkA¶ping , SWE 20071119 0009 385 AVN 834 VILNIUS, LTU 20071119 0007 383 S 468 GDANSK, POL 20071119 0001 382 SBG 994 Salzburg / Oberndorf, AUT 20071119 0252 381 SIB 1472 SIBIU, ROU 20071119 0237 367.5 PNZ 1781 Ponza (LT), ITA 20071119 0229 367 ZAG 1252 Zagreb, HRV 20071119 0231 365 SAT 1237 SATU MARE, ROU 20071119 0238 363.5 BRD 1856 Brindisi (BR), ITA 20071119 0244 362 NN 368 Eskilstuna, SWE 20071119 0228 362 BZO 1163 Bolzano (BZ), ITA 20071119 0208 357.5 FAL 1476 Falconara Marittima (AN), ITA 20071119 0158 357 BGS 1984 BURGOS, ESP 20071119 0219 355 OBR 1463 BEOGRAD, SER 20071119 0156 353 KRW 897 Krakow / Balice, POL 20071119 0149 346 MI 978 Mikkeli / Korpikoski, FIN 20071119 0147 335 RIM 1429 Rimini (RN), ITA 20071119 0138 325 RCA 2113 Reggio di Calabria (RC), ITA (JO66gv - ndblist 19/11/2007) 2007-11-19 20:57 480 VIB 1276 Viterbo (VT), ITA 2007-11-19 20:55 488 ILM 858 Illesheim, DEU 2007-11-19 20:54 490 TFR ? UNID, ALG 2007-11-19 20:52 490 DVI 745 Donaueschingen - Villingen, DEU 2007-11-19 20:51 484 HOF 961 Hof, DEU 2007-11-19 20:49 452 ANS 877 Ansbach, DEU 2007-11-19 20:48 433.5 HEN 306 Henton, ENG 2007-11-19 20:45 427 FER 1096 Ferrara (FE), ITA 2007-11-19 20:43 417 HDL 732 Y Heidelberg, DEU 2007-11-19 20:42 413.5 DLS 1111 Berlin / Tempelhof / Lubars, DEU 2007-11-19 20:41 407 LUP 836 Y Laupheim, DEU 2007-11-19 20:39 405 GRW 972 Y Grafenwohr, DEU 2007-11-19 20:32 399 WBD 711 Wiesbaden, DEU 2007-11-19 20:28 393 BX 634 Y Mende / Brenoux, FRA 2007-11-19 20:19 390 BBM 1261 Y Babimost, POL 2007-11-19 20:18 390 AVI 1098 Aviano (PN), ITA 2007-11-19 20:16 382 FW 722 Y Frankfurt / Raunheim, DEU 2007-11-19 20:12 376 HAN 639 Y Hahn, DEU 2007-11-19 20:10 370 PSA 787 Spessart, DEU 2007-11-19 20:09 368 RK 1163 Y Copenhagen / Roskilde, DNK 2007-11-19 20:05 369 MNE 967 Y Munchen, DEU 2007-11-19 17:59 368 BYC 826 Buckeburg, DEU 2007-11-19 17:57 366 UTH 1761 Orland / Uthaug, NOR 2007-11-19 17:57 365.5 BC 492 Brasschaat, BEL 2007-11-19 17:55 366 SF 1392 Falkoping, SWE 2007-11-18 21:31 306 PAR 1006 Parma (PR), ITA 2007-11-18 21:28 364 MAL 863 Gallarate / Malpensa (VA), ITA 2007-11-18 21:20 422 UR 1251 Hradec Kralove / 'Upir', CZE 2007-11-18 21:19 429 D 1139 Praha / Ruzyne / Dejvice, CZE 2007-11-18 21:14 438 KO 1267 Rijeka / Krk / Kozala, HRV 2007-11-18 21:12 492 TBV 1312 Moravska / Trebova, CZE 2007-11-18 21:04 323 SMA 2336 Vila Do Porto / Santa Maria Is, AZR 2007-11-18 20:57 284 FSB 920 Y Fassberg, DEU 2007-11-18 20:56 284 GRN 2175 Gorna, BUL 2007-11-18 16:07 485 IA 1681 Indija, SRB (D. Kremp, France - ndblist 20/11/2007) 20071119 2101 345 SUS Kauhava / Susi FIN 20071119 2107 347 DBR Berlin / Tempelhof / Helmholtz DEU 20071119 2115 351,5 PLA Pula HRV 20071119 2117 349 KSL Kassel / Calden DEU 20071119 2119 350 LAA Oulu / Laanila FIN 20071119 2132 350 DF Deer Lake CAN 20071119 2128 351 NS Malmo / Sturup SWE (Joachim Rabe, Germany - ndblist 20/11/2007) 2007-11-20 01:04 429 LOS 978 5857 Losinj, HRV 2007-11-20 01:12 433 VON 1024 4307 VIGO, ESP 2007-11-20 01:15 427 RY 4727 Royan / Medis, FRA 2007-11-20 01:18 355 CGE 1017 1305 Cambridge, MD, USA 2007-11-20 01:20 356 PI 1035 2205 Y Peoria, IL, USA 2007-11-20 01:32 395 OS 1025 2010 Y Oshkosh, WI, USA 2007-11-20 02:31 411 SDA 0 1041 2653 Shenandoah, IA, USA 2007-11-20 02:43 353 PG 1015 2649 Portage, MB, CAN 2007-11-20 02:45 360 ASN 1017 7657 Ascension Island, SHN (Vernon Matheson, Canada - ndblist 20/11/2007) 20071119 16:47 438 B Bratislava SVK 1029 km 1017 hPa 16:50 440 T Kecshenet-Titan HNG 1165 New 16:52 438 PE Poprad SVK 930 20:28 420 BAZ Bayreuth D 948 Tnx Dominique! 20:45 418 ORA Oradea ROU 1162 20:55 374,5 TST ANC testing I 1575 Tnx again Dominique! 21:17 408 BRK Vienna AUT 1043 21:18 410 SI Salzburg AUT 1129 (sm1wxc - ndblist 20/11/2007) 11/20/07 0401z 4111.50 khz usb sio 233 (Chuck Sayers, Harrisburg Pa, USA - udxf 20/11/2007) 20/11 0357 323.0 SMA Santa Maria (AZR) 2552 20/11 0352 350.0 DF Deer Lake, NL (CAN) 4441 20/11 0413 355.0 OBR Belgrade/Obrenovac (SRB) 1340 * New one for me # 967 20/11 0402 371.0 MGL Ponta Degalda (AZR) 2540 20/11 0354 372.0 OZN Prins Christian Sund (GRL) 3374 (f4lkc - ndblist 20/11/2007) 18.11.07 2202 334.0 VI Verchnie Vysotske UKR 18.11.07 2339 342.0 PES Pescara ITA 18.11.07 2357 392.0 KF Keflavik ISL 19.11.07 1746 405.0 FP Cherepovits RUS 19.11.07 1838 520.0 NW UNID XUE 75/255 degrees. 19.11.07 1900 515.0 T Vologda RUS 19.11.07 2211 433.0 VON Vigo ESP 19.11.07 2239 332.0 FAR Faro POR 19.11.07 2320 391.0 DDP San Juan PTR 20.11.07 0101 247.0 MV Gomel BLR (Willi Reppel - ndblist 20/11/2007) 20071119 2209 420 GS 1340 Y PULA, HRV 20071119 2228 420 BT Y XUE 20071119 2210 418 ORA 1263 Y ORADEA, ROU 20071119 2259 404 Y 1174 Y KEMI 'Yankee', FIN 20071119 2314 350 DF 4546 Deer Lake, NL, CAN 20071119 2318 334 FAU 255 Y RA?nne, DNK 20071119 2310 305 LT 3542 Alert Bay, NU, CAN 20071120 0035 374 BKS 1266 Y BEKES, HNG 20071120 0322 310 #944 4298 Y Cape Norman, NL, CAN (JO66gv - ndblist 20/11/2007) 2007-11-20 09:00407 LET 1014 8.465 ; Leticia, CLM 2007-11-20 07:30407 PLT 1062 8.456 ; Columbus, NE (Don Ward, Raleigh, USA - ndblist 20/11/2007) 20061219 0949 347 YG 373 X Charlottetown, PE, CAN 20061219 0947 334 RM 47 X 'Noxks' Rockland, ME, USA 20061219 0115 323 UWP 811 X Argentia, NL, CAN 20071117 1801 523 JJH 221 X Johnstown, NY, USA 20071117 2300 520 F9 306 Chatham (Miramichi), NB, CAN 20071118 0349 516 YWA 370 Petawawa, ON, CAN 20071118 0404 419 RYS 668 'Grosse Ile' Detroit/Grosse, MI, USA 20071118 0409 417 EK 146 'Gozzr' Worchester, MA, USA 20071118 0415 414 3U 284 Gatineau, QC,CAN 20071118 1235 399 RL 36 BRACY, ME, USA 20071118 1237 392 ML 248 Charlevoix, QC, CAN 20071118 1239 389 PVC 136 Provincetown, MA, USA 20071118 1247 382 LQ 117 'Lyndy' Boston, MA, USA 20071118 1250 328 LC 77 'Blnap' Laconia, NH, USA 20071118 1252 269 TOF 106 TOPSFIELD,MA, USA 20071118 1255 257 FFF 155 Plymouth, MA, USA 20071118 1930 248 UL 205 Montreal, QC,CAN 20071118 1927 227 SZO 32 'Sebago' Fryeburg, ME, USA 20071118 1923 206 QI 202 Yarmouth, NS, CAN 20071120 1058 272 YQA 454 Muskoka, ON,CAN 20071120 1051 266 YFH 970 X Fort Hope, ON, CAN 20071120 0329 265 SXD 132 X Springfield,VT, USA 20071120 0327 263 YGK 319 X 'Kingston'Kangiqsujuaq, ON, CAN (ka1nmf - ndblist 20/11/2007) 2007 11/20 0807 230 YD BC Smithers (DAID) 2007 11/20 0815 206 GLS TX Galveston 2007 11/20 0826 218 PR BC Prince Rupert (DAID) 2007 11/20 0836 219 GAV ALS Gustavus new 2007 11/20 0845 223 YKA BC Kamloops (DAID) new 2007 11/20 0855 236 YZA BC Ashcroft (DAID) new 2007 11/20 0855 239 OJ AB High Level (DAID) new 2007 11/20 0858 242 ZT BC Port Hardy (DAID) 2007 11/20 0900 245 CB NU Cambridge Bay (DAID) new 2007 11/20 0906 251 OSE ALS Bethel (Mike Tuggle, Honolulu, USA - ndblist 20/11/2007) Good domestic conditions last night; I hunted for MN for awhile, of course with lots of diversions along the way. I could have spent 2 more hours but had to get up early. North Pacific conditions were poor; I was trying for some of Mark M's amazing 424 Japanese reception, using the frisnet navtex decoder. Occasionally a second of decode would produce some text. Hopefully I'll catch a time of good propagation, and try it again. Our first real snow last night, with 2". After several weeks of mild temps, it turned cold and the rain became snow. 20 05:11 203 DMZ 1034 1711 Y DICKSON, TN, USA (new for Oregon) 20 05:21 209 HCD 1042 1144 HUTCHINSON, MN, USA 20 06:43 224 BH 1033 1840 Birmingham, AL, USA 20 05:25 239 BBB 937 1077 BENSON, MN, USA 20 06:46 243 TWM 1041 1248 TWO HARBORS, MN, USA 20 06:13 243 OZW 1026 1684 Howell, MI, USA 20 06:15 243 3X 1020 949 CLUFF LAKE, SK, CAN with DAID 20 06:54 253 GB 1060 1040 1075 'Garno' Marshall, MN, USA 20 06:58 257 SQT 1040 1037 2358 'Satellite' Melbourne, FL, USA 20 05:55 263 ECY 1035 1035 1721 EUNICE, LA, USA 20 07:04 269 PK 1050 1048 1097 Park Rapids, MN, USA 20 07:10 272 V1 976 668 MOOSE JAW MUNI, SK, CAN 20 04:44 272 ULM 1047 1035 6.54 1146 NEW ULM, MN, USA 20 04:47 272 HNR 1035 1033 1161 HARLAN, IA, USA 20 07:07 272 GP 1053 1045 1166 Grand Rapids, MN, USA 20 07:09 274 CAN 1050 1030 264 Bremerton, WA, USA 20 06:02 275 IKV 1042 1032 1243 ANKENY, IA, USA 20 06:10 277 V2 1045 736 HUMBOLDT, SK, CAN 20 06:07 277 OT 1054 1043 1111 WORTHINGTON, MN, USA 20 06:29 284 VIV 1033 1545 Vivian, LA, USA 20 06:31 284 PQN 1045 1040 1064 PIPESTONE, MN, USA 20 05:27 330 PWC 1037 1126 PINE RIVER, MN, USA 20 05:36 332 BVN 1045 1027 ALABY, NE, USA 20 07:27 337 FF 1055 1050 Fergus Falls, MN, USA 20 05:39 350 VTR 1022 1888 McGrath, ALS (Steve R, USA - ndblist 20/11/2007) 20 1722 525 PL St.Petersburg/Pulkovo RUS 1391 17 1620 615 OM Gorm Platform XOE 881 17 1627 617 SV Stebliv UKR 1145 20 1750 635 VX Minsk 2 BLR 941 18 1745 650 O Lviv UKR 632 20 1753 670 LB Liubymivka UKR 1566 20 1602 715 F Caslav CZE 89 20 1605 718 SL Solovivka UKR 1022 18 1753 732 KP Kamenets UKR 854 17 1639 733 V Kiev/Zhuliany UKR 1083 17 1558 735 KW Koviahy UKR 1449 20 1610 740 KB St.Petersburg/Siverskij RUS 1347 *new* 17 1600 778 GR Krasnohrad UKR 1455 20 1627 815 PW Pavlivka UKR 1633 17 1551 825 KB Kiev/Boryspil UKR 1112 17 1546 830 SW Shepetivka UKR 844 17 1540 840 KR Kaliningrad/Khrabrovo KAL 595 20 1633 897 AO UNID ID 2" gap XUE *new* 20 1637 905 PA Parutyne UKR 1306 20 1641 910 GE Helmiaziv UKR 1190 20 1644 940 UD Chudovo RUS 1403 17 1631 960 CY Chervonyi UKR 1153 20 1553 985 FK Gagarin RUS 1427 20 1656 1080 AR Buzharovo RUS 1546 20 1658 1083 AU Auly UKR 1410 20 1702 1155 LS Krasnyi Luch UKR 1738 17 1603 1285 SW Savelovo RUS 1594 17 1605 1290 TU Bely RUS 1309 17 1606 1290 BO Bohdanivka UKR 1109 18 1717 1720 OKN Kandahar AFG 4646 (Zdenek Elias, Jablonec, Чехия - ndblist 20/11/2007) 1951 PK 432 +1030 CZE 5 1956 GR 434 -400+400 RUS 4 KO69 SEND TWICE GAP (G0FYD - ndblist 21/11/2007) 19 21:59 390 LV 390.400 1231 Y Arvika, SWE 19 21:52 392 RAN 392.405 2022 Lappeenranta, FIN 19 21:53 392 GDY 392.411 1587 Mariehamn/Godby, FIN 19 19:41 394 NB 394.393 1439 Bromma, SWE 19 19:24 394 JOK 394.409 1845 Kauhajoki, FIN 19 19:20 395 LAY 394.610 697 Islay, SCT 19 19:16 395 GE 395.409 776 Y Billund, DNK 19 17:50 396 YG 395.600 1142 Rygge/Enge, NOR (Peter Conway, Hastings, U.K. - ndblist 21/11/2007) Also new is a Quantum QX Loop v2.0 that Gerry tuned for use on LW for me. It took a bit longer than anticipated to get this online since the fine delivery people managed to damage it in a way Gerry has never seen before. He got it fixed right up for me and it's what I've been using since the 14th. All the Navtex plus only my second beacon from Missouri were received with the new antenna. Even though we've had a few weeks of decent weather here, it looks like storms are on the horizon for the CLE. That extra day will come in handy. 20071112 02:35 406 TT 1020 509 'Leeco' Sanford, NC, USA 20071112 02:47 400 OHY 1030 288 CONEY, GA, USA 20071114 03:07 414 AZE 1020 252 Hazlehurst, GA, USA 20071114 03:32 356 LLU 1030 1040 5.8 974 Y SPRING RIVER, MO, USA 20071118 00:26 518 $04A 203 Y Miami, FL, USA 20071118 00:41 518 $04E 260 Y Savannah, GA, USA 20071118 01:02 518 $04F 1101 Y Boston (Cape Cod), MA, USA 20071118 01:46 518 $04N 646 Y Chesapeake, VA, USA 20071118 02:03 518 $04R 1134 Y San Juan (Isabella), PTR 20071118 03:01 518 $04G 525 Y New Orleans, LA, USA 20071118 08:18 518 $04C 1706 Y Riviere-au-Renard (Sept Iles), QC, CAN 20071118 09:15 518 $04H 1143 Y Prescott (Wiarton), ON, CAN 20071119 03:37 280 MPG 990 1020 6.4 715 Progreso (Yucatan), MEX 20071121 03:23 518 $04U 1356 Y Yarmouth, NS, CAN (Jay Heyl, Orlando, FL, USA - ndblist 21/11/2007) There is a mistake with the logs that I've been sending a few days ago. It is not the DX Antwerp club that made the logs but I did as a member of this club. Most of the other members were busy to log broadcast stations our utility stations, HFDL, ALE and such modes. Is it possible to change it to my name please. I'm the only one who put is logs to the Reu list. It's a pity actually that no more members listen to the NBD's. Only Patrick, Guido and I sending our logs to the REU-database. These are my logs from Willebroek. 30-10-2007 354 1708 MTZ FRA Metz / Nancy-Lorraine 30-10-2007 355 1728 KNG DEU Bad Konig For Frankfurt / Main 30-10-2007 334 1739 HDM DEU Coleman 31-10-2007 356 0020 BGS BUL Burgas 31-10-2007 358 0026 MSE DEU Munchen 31-10-2007 360 0028 SR DEU Saarbrucken / Ensheim 31-10-2007 426 0100 GBG AUT Gleichenberg for Graz 31-10-2007 429 0103 LOS HRV Losinj 31-10-2007 445 0120 AAW XUF UNID 31-10-2007 358 0546 MB XOE Camelot A - op P6A (Mobil) 31-10-2007 382 1643 FW DEU Frankfurt / Raunheim 31-10-2007 388 1651 LOU FRA Metz / Nancy-Lorraine / Louvigny 31-10-2007 332,5 1846 CAM ENG Cambridge 31-10-2007 333,5 1848 VOG ITA Voghera (PV) 01/11/2007 340 0026 HAW WLS Hawarden 01/11/2007 342,5 0031 NWI ENG Norwich 01/11/2007 345,5 0038 CF CZE Caslav / Chotusice / Centograf 01/11/2007 367,5 0134 OX ENG Oxford / Kidlington 01/11/2007 369 0136 VRS HRV Vrsar 01/11/2007 374 0144 KFT AUT Klagenfurt 01/11/2007 367 0917 VAT FRA Chalon / Vatry 05/11/2007 407 2356 LUP DEU Laupheim 06/11/2007 370 0033 KS SCT Kinloss 06/11/2007 371 0037 CE UKR Chernigov 06/11/2007 376 0045 NMA DEU Hahn 06/11/2007 376 0046 BS FRA Bale / Mulhouse 06/11/2007 390 0214 AVI ITA Aviano (PN) 06/11/2007 340 0218 NE FRA Nancy / Essey 06/11/2007 344 0256 TR FRA Villefranche 06/11/2007 410 2314 AUD XUE UNID 06/11/2007 429 2331 D CZE Praha / Ruzyne / Dejvice 06/11/2007 372 2337 OZN GRL Prins Christian Sund / Kitaa 07/11/2007 319 0001 VAR NOR Stavanger / Sola / Varhaug (Frank Thijs, U.K. - ndblist 21/11/2007) 19 2129 338.0 A Moscow-Sheremetievo RUS 1646 Y 19 2135 339.0 HOS Hamburg DEU 502 Y (Franti?ek Muller, Praha, Czech Republic - ndblist 21/11/2007) 20071120 14:56 436 SM Seminivka UKR 1057 km 1017 hPa 15:02 825 KB Kiev-Borispil UKR 1152 15:06 245 ST Nizhny- Novgorod RUS 1528 New 15:08 247 MV Gomel BLR 957 19:22 303 KPG Sogndal NOR 780 (sm1wxc - ndblist 21/11/2007) 2007-11-21 06:26 358 MB 553 Camelot A - opP6A (Mobil), XOE 2007-11-21 06:23 356 SGO 1045 Sagunto, ESP 2007-11-20 20:06 400 NTD 1356 Y Notodden , NOR 2007-11-20 20:05 400 KO 2204 Utti, FIN 2007-11-20 20:05 400 EN 1555 Orebro, SWE 2007-11-20 20:01 399 FM 1369 Y Trollhattan / Vanersborg, SWE (D. Kremp, France - ndblist 21/11/2007) 11-18 0316 375 FS Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories 11-18 0317 376 ZIN Great Inaugua, Bahamas 11-18 1057 390 HBT Sand Point, Alaska 11-18 1101 391 EEF Sisters Island, Alaska 11-18 1103 391 OO Oshawa, Ontario 11-18 1109 394 RWO Kodiak, Alaska 11-20 0221 243 YVB Bonaventure, Quebec 11-20 0226 254 5B Summerside, Prince Edward Island 11-20 0231 263 QY Sydney, Nova Scotia 11-20 0240 303 YPP Parent, Quebec 11-20 0328 356 ZF Yellowknife, Northwest Territories 11-20 0342 378 RJ Roberval, Quebec 11-20 1205 397 CIR Cairo, Illinois 11-20 1215 395 JM Jamestown, North Dakota 11-21 0158 450 PPA Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic 11-21 0935 369 CXU Camilla, Georgia 11-21 0943 366 PNI Ponape, Caroline Islands (Dick Palmer, Green Valley, Arizona, USA - ndblist 21/11/2007) 238 KT NZL 1341 very poor 260 NF NFK 1343 very poor 270 FA SMO 1320 very poor/poor 327 VYI HWA 1413 very poor 332 POA HWA 1325 poor 352 RG CKS 1327 very poor/poor 366 PNI FSM 1356 poor 373 HHI HWA 1358 very poor 375 TKK FSM 1408 very poor 400 MDY MDW 1402 poor 403 TUT SMA 1336 poor 412 SON VUT 1404 very poor/poor 530 ADK ALS 1338 poor, I didn't expect to hear it at all (Steve R, Oregon, USA - ndblist 21/11/2007) 20 23:40 355 J 354.593 2064 Varkaus 'juliett', FIN 20 23:35 355 ARB 353.856 3957 Ardabil, IRN 21 00:02 356 BGS 357.015 2239 Burgas, BUL 20 23:57 357 NRG 355.954 918 Neubrandenburg, DEU 20 23:52 357 DWI 355.977 497 Dortmund/Wickede, DEU 21 00:05 358 MB 357.597 303 Camelot A -op P6A, XOE 20 23:59 358 BRG 356.954 1156 Braganca, POR 21 00:12 364 VNA 363.591 1829 Vanja, SWE 21 00:12 364 NW 363.621 1353 Skafsta/Stockholm, SWE 21 00:14 365 VS 364.593 1817 Tempere/Pirkkala/Vesilahti, FIN 21 00:16 366 UTH 365.597 1521 Orland/Uthaug, NOR 21 00:18 367 PG 368.058 1302 Porto, POR 21 00:22 370 JR 369.598 2063 Varkaus 'Juliett-Romeo', FIN 21 00:24 371 STR 370.016 1548 Sintra, POR (Peter Conway, Hastings, U.K. - ndblist 21/11/2007) 20-11-2007 18:16 316.0 TEA 1020 ------------ / 317.034 ITA 1384 Teano 20-11-2007 20:56 324.0 HE 400 323.618 / 324.384 NOR 964 Notodden/Heddal * 20-11-2007 21:08 334.0 KER 400 333.604 / ----------- IRL 907 Kerry/Farranfore ** 20-11-2007 17:23 373.0 BTH 400 372.606 / 373.405 DEU 687 Barth *** (Roelof Bakker, Holland - ndblist 21/11/2007) Conditions from the PNW last night were a complete change from the normal strong E-W propagation that has been the norm of the past week. There were almost no signals east of Saskatchewan but excellent signals from the S-E and Texas in particular, no doubt due to the mild auroral conditions from the recent coronal-hole stream. Several new catches and the interesting conditions kept me at it until 0100 local time when some very strong signals from Alaska were coming through...but, staying up so late meant no pre-sunrise check of Alaska for anything new. 11 13 0705 382 CR Chorpus Christi, TX EL17 11 13 0710 385 CPZ La Pryor, TX DL98 11 13 0725 245 ANR Andrews, TX DM82 11 13 0730 251 MNZ Hamilton, TX EM01 11 13 0758 329 OWU Woodward, OK EM06 11 13 0808 344 GNC Seminole, TX DM82 11 13 0815 359 SDR Snyder, TX DM92 11 13 0832 402 IFJ Winfield, LA EM31 11 13 0846 281 FFZ Mesa, AZ DM43 (ve7sl - ndblist 21/11/2007) 19.11.2007 0054 321,00 C UNID 0 XUU 1) 19.11.2007 0057 325,00 WD Gumrak 1020+ RUS 19.11.2007 0100 327,00 POR Porto -1020 POR 19.11.2007 0019 328,00 HIG San Sebastian 1020+ E 19.11.2007 0058 329,00 M UNID 0 ? 19.11.2007 0059 330,00 T UNID 1020+ ? 19.11.2007 0100 343,00 KUS Kaunas/Karmelava -1020 LTU 17.11.2007 1720 350,00 BLA Biella/Cerrione -1020 I 19.11.2007 0056 350,00 UK Yukhnov 400+ RUS 19.11.2007 2141 350,00 VK UNID +400 XUU 2) 19.11.2007 0056 350,50 ROT Rotterdam 400 HOL 19.11.2007 0102 359,00 LOR Lorient/Lann Bihoue 0 F 19.11.2007 0057 360,00 BD Bogdanovo -1020 RUS 19.11.2007 0102 372,00 CSM Castelsarrasin-Moissac0 F 19.11.2007 0058 385,00 AVN Vilnius -1020 LTU 17.11.2007 1725 407,00 PN Palanga -1020 LTU 19.11.2007 0105 408,00 TSR Timisoara/Giarmata 1020+ ROU 18.11.2007 2205 410,00 C La Coruna -1020 E *new* 19.11.2007 0110 412,00 GRN Gerona 1020+ E 19.11.2007 0107 417,00 ACD Alcobendas 1020+ E 17.11.2007 1711 421,00 SAL Zadar/Sali 1020+ HRV 19.11.2007 0021 434,00 A Baneasa East -1020+ ROU 21.11.2007 1743 600,00 KR Krasnoborka -1020 UKR 21.11.2007 1657 732,00 KP Kamianetsk/Podilskiy 1020+ UKR 21.11.2007 1719 905,00 PA Parutyne -1020 UKR *new* 1) 321.025 Cycle not caught due to strong HA Hannover. This is not C -Prerov nor a splatter of it. Prerov appears at 321.122 and has another cycle (see the screenshot) *new* 2) 350.400 cycle unknown, weak and fading up and down. 2 x id CIS like. (see the screenshot) *new* (Matthias Zwoch, Germany - ndblist 22/11/2007) 21 1729 383.0 EN Debrecen HNG 600 Y 21 1744 389.0 CMO Genoa/Sestri/Camogli ITA 745 Y 21 2034 393.0 RST Rasht IRN 3124 21 2031 394.0 IZA Ibiza BAL 1602 Y 21 395.0 395.0 TBS Tabas IRN 3890 (Frantiek Muller, Praha, CZE - ndblist 22/11/2007) 11/16 11:26 385.0 LN -1062 NE USA Lincoln 11/17 08:04 407.0 GYL -997 MN USA Glencoe 11/17 08:50 397.0 AIT +1044 MN USA Aitkin 11/17 09:11 395.0 ULS +1018 KS USA Ulysses 11/17 09:32 394.0 SP +411 IA USA Spencer 11/17 10:04 391.0 MFI -1024 WI USA Marshfield 11/17 10:16 389.0 PVC -1046 +1033 MA USA Provincetown 11/17 11:40 382.0 PCZ -1024 +1016 WI USA Waupaca 11/17 11:47 382.0 AL -1048 IA USA Waterloo 11/19 23:31 219.0 MPE +1019 MS USA Philadelphia 11/21 11:26 382.0 XGV +1037 AL USA Fort Rucker 11/21 11:48 230.0 BNZ -1037 LA USA Abbeville 11/21 11:59 407.0 IE -1048 LA USA Natchitoches (KC8RKL - ndblist 22/11/2007) In preparation for the upcoming CLE 99 I did a band scan for Arizona beacons. Arizona is down to 9 beacons. The following are on the air: Freq Call Location 201 IP Mobile, on intermittantly again, may not be on during the weekend? 206 SOW Show Low, 24 hours 220 RBJ Tucson, 24 hours 245 AVQ Marana, 24 hours 281 FFZ Mesa, 24 hours 338 RYN Tucson, 24 hours 394 ENZ Nogales, 24 hours 407 CHD Chandler, 24 hours 410 DAO Ft. Huachuca (Sierra Vista), 24 hours The following have recently gone OFF the air, not heard for at least a month: 259 PBY Kayenta 279 PUU Flagstaff 403 AZC Colorado City 413 OEG Yuma Proving Grounds The rest (some listed in WWSU and elsewhere) have been off the air for a long time or never were on the air: 209 PCA 215 GEU 221 SEZ 224 SDL 233 BYE 254 AWR 255 GAZ 274 CYH 302 LBJ 341 PJB 364 HII 364 PCQ (Dick Palmer, Green Valley, Arizona, USA - ndblist 22/11/2007) 2007-11-21 23:32 402 FNR 762 Finner Army Camp / Bundoran, IRL 2007-11-21 23:30 397 OP 583 Dublin, IRL 2007-11-21 23:29 395 FOY 671 Foynes for Shannon, IRL 2007-11-21 23:29 387 CML 567 Clonmel, IRL 2007-11-21 23:29 384 SLG 763 Sligo, IRL 2007-11-21 23:28 378 KLY 572 Killiney for Dublin, IRL 2007-11-21 23:27 368 WTD 527 Waterford, IRL 2007-11-21 23:26 364 KNK 749 Connaught, IRL 2007-11-21 23:15 361 LIE 1975 Turku / Lieto, FIN 2007-11-21 23:11 398 OK 740 Y Connaught, IRL 2007-11-21 22:56 375 GLA 643 Gland for Geneva / Cointrain, SUI 2007-11-21 22:56 356.5 SHU 693 Schupberg For Bern / Belp, SUI 2007-11-21 22:55 335 BER 710 Bern / Belp, SUI 2007-11-21 21:12 426 GBG 1302 Gleichenberg for Graz, AUT 2007-11-21 20:12 378.5 NN 366 Northampton / Sywell, ENG 2007-11-21 20:12 371.5 NH 451 Norwich, ENG 2007-11-21 20:10 352 NT 669 Newcastle, ENG 2007-11-21 20:09 349.5 LPL 487 Liverpool, ENG 2007-11-21 17:06 333 LE 1655 Vasteraas / Hasslo, SWE 2007-11-21 16:49 326 RSH 594 Dublin / Rush, IRL (D. Kremp, France - ndblist 22/11/2007) 20 05:15 286 #879 HI HWA 258 [100bps] Upolu Point 20 05:16 287 #886 OR USA 272 [100bps] Fort Stevens 20 05:18 288 #892 AK ALS 284 [100bps] Gustavus 20 05:22 291 #845 NM USA 54 [100bps] Albuquerque 20 05:24 292 #885 CA USA 270 [100bps] Cape Mendocino 20 05:27 294 #791 OR USA 138 [100bps] Klamath Falls 20 05:28 295 #891 AK ALS 282 [100bps] Level Island 20 05:31 297 #792 MS USA 136 [200bps] Bobo New 20 05:33 298 #875 CA USA 66 [100bps] Essex New 20 05:36 300 #871 WA USA 172 [100bps] Appleton 20 05:39 302 #881 CA USA 262 [100bps] Point Loma 20 05:40 303 #873 UT USA 174 [100bps] Myton 20 05:42 304 #777 WI USA 218 [200bps] Mequon New 20 05:44 305 #795 CA USA 84 [100bps] Bakersfield 20 05:46 307 #872 CO USA 200 [100bps] Pueblo 20 05:49 309 #909 BC CAN 301 [200bps] Alert Bay 20 05:51 310 #773 OR USA 214 [100bps] Seneca 20 05:52 310 #859 NE USA 148 [100bps] Whitney New 20 05:53 311 #863 IA USA 156 [200bps] Teeds Grove (Rock Island, IL) New 20 05:54 312 #798 NV USA 74 [100bps] Austin 20 05:55 313 #874 MT USA 62 [100bps] Billings 20 05:57 314 #764 CA USA 210 [200bps] Lincoln 20 05:58 315 #908 BC CAN 302 [200bps] Amphitrite Point 20 06:00 316 #848 WA USA 68 [100bps] Spokane 20 06:03 318 #878 CA USA 256 [100bps] Chico 20 06:04 319 #876 AZ USA 64 [100bps] Flagstaff 20 06:06 320 #907 BC CAN 305 [200bps] Richmond 20 06:07 321 #882 CA USA 264 [100bps] Lompoc 20 06:09 322 #862 IL USA 154 [200bps] Summerfield (St. Louis, MO) New 20 06:11 323 #889 AK ALS 278 [100bps] Annette Island 20 06:14 325 #851 ND USA 176 [100bps] Medora 20 06:27 289 #765 KS USA 202 [200bps] Topeka New 20 06:42 299 #866 OK USA 162 [200bps] Sallisaw New 20 06:45 301 #822 GA USA 48 [200bps] Macon New 20 06:47 302 #888 WA USA 276 [100bps] Whidbey Island 20 07:40 296 #830 WI USA 100 [100bps] Wisconsin Point 20 07:47 300 #906 BC CAN 306 [200bps] Sandspit New 20 07:59 309 #850 SD USA 146 [100bps] Clark 20 08:19 322 #839 NY USA 118 [100bps] Youngstown New 20 08:49 301 #828 TX USA 246 [100bps] Angleton New 20 08:57 306 #772 MA USA 199 [200bps] Acushnet New 20 09:23 323 #887 WA USA 274 [200bps] Robinson Point 20 09:35 290 #877 HI HWA 254 [100bps] Pahoa 20 09:40 293 #814 LA USA 28 [200bps] English Turn New 20 09:56 304 #816 TX USA 32 [100bps] Aransas Pass New 20 10:11 313 #897 AK ALS 294 [100bps] Kodiak New 20 11:20 318 #823 TX USA 53 [100bps] Summerfield New 20 15:09 305 #890 AK ALS 281 [100bps] Biorka Island New (Mark Mccarthy - ndblist 22/11/2007) 20 17:46 290 OB 847 VNUKOVO, RUS 18 16:21 292 DJ 1438 Kazan, RUS 18 16:13 305 LT 3323 Alert Bay, NU, CAN 21 15:46 308 V 782 Minsk-2, BLR 21 20:10 310 DBV 1427 Y DUBOVE, SVK 21 21:00 311 CEL 1364 Y CELLE, DEU 20 16:06 355 KI 775 Y IVENETS, BLR 20 16:11 367 MU 1343 Y MAGDEBURG, DEU 18 17:05 368 JKK 752 Y JOKKMOKK, SWE 20 16:25 382 FW 1662 Y Frankfurt Am Main, DEU 20 16:33 394 LYE 1240 Y LUBECK BLANKENSEE, DEU 20 20:00 404 ZLA 1397 Y ZILINA, SVK 20 20:25 404 MRV 1874 Y MERVILLE-CALONNE, FRA 21 19:17 432 IZD 2207 Y OHRID, MKD 21 19:15 432 BW ? , XUE 21 06:43 445 CM ? Y , XUE (Kari Syrjanen, Aitomaki, Finland - ndblist 22/11/2007) 3450 KHz "OK" 4111.7 KHz Dasher. 22 November, 2007 0700 UTC. (Kurt - udxf 22/11/2007) 21/11 1816 325.0 TS Tunis (TUN) 1180 *New one for me #968 21/11 1905 330.0 ZRA Zadar (HRV) 1002 21/11 1907 330.0 BER UNID 21/11 1918 351.0 OV Visby (SWE) 1656 21/11 1910 375.0 CHO Chociwel (POL) 1197 21/11 1943 381.0 AB Akraberg (FRO) 1813 21/11 1950 397.0 CNE Constantine (ALG) 1144 * New one for me #969 21/11 1924 435.0 GHT Ghat (LBY) 2407 (f4lkc - ndblist 22/11/2007) 21 19:11 321 SP 321.399 761 Vojens-Skrydstrup, DNK 22 11:25 343 CGO 343.425 251 Charles De Gaulle/Paris, FRA 22 11:24 345 LUT 345.394 123 Luton, ENG 22 11:23 345 LN 345.001 369 Lannion, FRA 22 11:22 346 LHO 346.405 149 Le Havre, FRA 22 11:19 347 MTN 347.401 73 Manston Kent, ENG 22 11:19 348.5 LG 349.520 346 Liege/Bierset, BEL 22 09:13 349 RS 349.003 354 Rennes/St. Jacques, FRA 22 09:12 349 OYE 349.414 279 Orly/Paris, FRA (Peter Conway, Hastings, U.K. - ndblist 22/11/2007) 0902 518 $11G Naha, Ryukyu Islands, Japan 0921 518 $11I Yokohama, Japan 1015 209 HCD Hutchinson, Minnesota, NEW, too weak to time, -1040, 1269 miles, MN #19 1039 219 GAV Gustavus, Alaska 1047 516 YWA Petawawa, Ontario 1319 530 ADK Adak, Alaska 1335 349 TP Takapoto, Tuamotu Islands, French Polynesia 1338 332 POA Pahoa, Hawaii 1341 283 DUT Dutch Harbor, Alaska (Dick Palmer, Arizona, USA - ndblist 22/11/2007) 20.11 21:35 336 M FIN Mikkeli 20.11 17:32 340 RO UKR Lozovatka / Kryvyi Rih 20.11 17:37 384 AL UKR Alushta hrd 382.963 17.11 17:21 405 FP RUS Cherepovets 20.11 21:12 405 S ROU Sibiu / Turnisor 21.11 15:03 455 AZ RUS Lipetsk-2 21.11 15:52 494 KN POL Oksywie 20.11 18:11 515 U RUS Vologda 17.11 14:02 520 YuR RUS Shaykovka 20.11 15:02 524 UU BLR Vitebsk / Vostochny (H. Wolff, Germany - ndblist 22/11/2007) NDB: 17-11-2007 2144 354 GYR Gyor HNG 1020 USB I was also cleaning up my database and found two other (HAM/EXP) beacons which I've not reported yet: HAM: 15-02-2006 2248 440 DI2AG Dormitz D "DI2AG JN59NO" 27-10-2007 2058 502 GI3PDN Templepatrick NIL (Herman Schoemaker, Veldhoven, The Netherlands - ndblist 23/11/2007) 11/23/077 0314z 4077khz usb sio 232 mo beacon, caught it using ARGO for visual and then could hear it although it was very weak. (Chuck Sayers, Harrisburg, PA, USA - udxf 23/11/2007) 22 2035 373.0 D Tirgu Mures ROU 836 Y 22 2116 385.0 IS Isafjordhur ISL 2763 Y 22 2122 385.0 NJ Unid IDx1 XUE ? (Franti?ek Muller, Praha, Czech Republic - ndblist 23/11/2007) 22 1723 342 PK St.Petersburg/Pulkovo RUS 1383 22 1755 352 LAA Niderrhein DEU 637 *new* 22 1555 820 DN Dzhankoi 2ID UKR 1528 *new* (Zdenek Elias, Jablonec, CZE - ndblist 23/11/2007) 11-22 1910-1920 1016.8 and falling, slight static and good daytime propagation 11-23 0020-0230 1013.7 and steady, slight static and fair propagation 11-23 0735-1040 1015.4 and falling, slight static and good propagation 11-23 1230-1330 1013.7 and falling, slight static, noisey atmospherics, poor propagation Date UTC Freq. Call Location 11-23 0104 224 BH Birmingham, Alabama, -1045 11-23 0907 374 FLZ Fort Rucker, Alabama, -1049 11-23 0949 201 ZXD Edmonton, Alberta, +410 11-23 0750 215 ZAB Edmonton, Alberta, +398 11-23 0951 221 9A Hanna, Alberta, +390 11-23 0952 221 QU Grand Prairie, Alberta, +404 11-23 1013 227 9X Brooks, Alberta, +387 11-23 0804 230 VG Vermilion, Alberta, +410 11-23 0954 239 OJ High Level, Alberta, +400 11-23 0812 241 YLL Lloydminster, Alberta, +384 11-23 0814 248 QL Lethbridge, Alberta, +395 11-23 0815 254 ZYC Calgary, Alberta, +407 11-23 0124 266 XD Edmonton, Alberta, +402 11-23 0956 272 YLB Lac La Biche, Alberta, +392 11-23 1020 276 3H Consort, Alberta, +385 11-23 0829 292 ZET Edmonton, Alberta, +378 11-23 0830 299 TV Turner Valley Ranch, Alberta, +401 11-23 0833 304 FH Whitecourt, Alberta, +385 11-23 1023 305 Z1 Three Hills, Alberta, +390 11-23 0958 308 ZZD Edmonton, Alberta, +399 11-23 0835 311 9Y Pincher Creek, Alberta, +394 11-23 0136 320 YQF Red Deer, Alberta, +393 11-23 0842 332 XH Medicine Hat, Alberta, +390 11-23 0844 334 P2 Wetaskiwin, Alberta, +390 11-23 0846 338 ZU Whitecourt, Alberta, +390 11-23 0849 343 YZH Slave Lake, Alberta, +400 11-23 0850 344 YC Calgary, Alberta, +406 11-23 0850 344 YOP Rainbow Lake, Alberta, +392 11-23 0857 362 6T Foremost, Alberta, +394 11-23 0912 376 K2 Olds-Didsbury, Alberta, +1030 11-23 1007 379 ZEG Edmonton, Alberta, +390 11-23 0930 388 3Z Taber, Alberta, +335 11-23 0929 388 JW Pigeon, Alberta, +396 11-23 0938 393 8N Edson, Alberta, +371 11-23 0942 408 Z7 Claresholm, Alberta, +421 11-22 1910 201 IP Mobile, Arizona, -1032, +1032 11-22 1911 206 SOW Show Low, Arizona, -1030, +1035 11-22 1912 220 RBJ Tucson, Arizona, -1028, +1023 11-22 1913 245 AVQ Marana, Arizona, -1025, +1024 11-22 1913 281 FFZ Mesa, Arizona, -1045, +1030 11-22 1914 338 RYN Tucson, Arizona, -1034, +1020 11-22 1915 394 ENZ Nogales, Arizona, -1055, +1022 11-22 1915 407 CHD Chandler, Arizona, -1049, +1047 11-22 1916 410 DAO Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, -1070, +988 11-23 0800 223 FS Fort Smith, Arkansas, +1048 11-23 0115 227 TNZ Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, -1047 11-23 0126 275 ADF Arkadelphia, Arkansas, -1032 11-23 0148 352 VM Mena, Arkansas, +1018 11-23 0149 353 LI Little Rock, Arkansas, -1031 11-23 0951 220 BX Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon, Quebec, +407 11-23 0811 239 VO Val-D'Or, Quebec, +410 11-23 0955 243 YVB Bonaventure, Quebec, +406 11-23 0821 273 ZV Sept-Iles, Quebec, +391 11-23 0130 278 NM Matagami, Quebec, +402 11-23 0958 303 YPP Parent, Quebec, +400 11-23 0959 338 ZEM East Main River, Quebec, +400 11-23 0848 340 YY Mont-Joli, Quebec, +405 11-23 0145 351 YKQ Waskaganish, +400 11-23 0902 366 YMW Maniwaki, Quebec, +400 11-23 0903 371 GW Kuujjuarapik, Quebec, +409 11-23 1003 373 2Q Mont-Laurier, Quebec, +410 11-23 1035 392 ML Charlevoix, Quebec, +410 11-23 0940 396 PH Inukjuak, Quebec, +400 (Dick Palmer, Green Valley, Arizona, USA - ndblist 23/11/2007) 20071123 1149 221 QU 404 AB Grand Prairie 20071123 1152 241 YLL 385 AB Lloyd Minster 20071123 1153 254 ZYC 408 AB Calgary 20071123 1228 287 PE 406 AB Peace River 20071123 1200 299 TV 401 AB Turner Valley 20071123 1201 320 YQF 393 AB Red Deer 20071123 1202 332 XH 392 AB Medicine Hat 20071123 1204 344 YC 406 AB Calgary 20071123 1233 388 3Z 339 AB Taber 20071123 1210 388 JW 395 AB Pigeon/Jumping Pound Creek 20071123 1212 211 AN -1044 AL Anniston 20071123 0202 224 BH 1038 AL Birmingham 20071123 0204 264 JUY 1033 AL Andalusia 20071123 0205 284 SCD 1017 AL Sylacauga 20071123 0140 275 ADF 1026 AR Arkadelphia 20071123 0138 281 DEQ 1013 AR DeQueen 20071123 0135 338 TT -1045 AR Stuttgard 20071123 1225 350 IUI 1034 AR Blytheville 20071123 1221 352 VM -1037 AR Mena 20071123 0145 353 LI -1030 1023 AR Little Rock 20071123 1219 385 HO -1050 AR Hot Springs 20071123 0153 369 ZDX -1023 ATG St. Johns 20071122 2335 209 MT 405 QC Chibongamau 20071122 2357 218 YUY 411 QC Rouyn-Noranda 20071123 0124 230 QB 408 QC Quebec 20071122 2357 230 YBM 375 QC St. Bruno de Guigues 20071122 2355 239 VO 410 QC Val D’Or 20071123 1144 243 YVB 406 QC Bonaventure 20071123 0112 244 DG 408 QC Chute des Passes 20071122 2350 248 UL 400 QC Montreal 20071123 1142 261 2H -403 403 QC Lebel sur Quevillon 20071123 1156 272 ZMR 380 QC Ste. Scholastique 20071123 1138 273 ZV 391 QC Sept-Iles 20071122 2234 278 NM 402 QC Matagami 20071123 0107 289 YLQ 404 QC La Tuque 20071123 0107 303 YPP 400 QC Parent 20071123 1139 332 YFM 403 QC La Grande 4 20071123 1140 336 BV 405 QC Quebec/Champlain 20071123 1140 338 YPX 403 QC Povungnituk 20071123 1141 338 ZEM 390 QC Eastmain River 20071122 2232 340 YY 401 QC Mont Joli 20071122 2235 351 YKQ 408 QC Waskaganish 20071123 1131 360 PN 403 QC Port Menier 20071122 2354 366 YMW 400 QC Maniwaki 20071123 1133 373 2Q -410 410 QC Mont-Laurier 20071123 1133 373 YXK 386 QC Rimouski 20071123 0130 378 RJ 400 QC Roberval 20071123 1135 385 NA 402 QC Natashquan 20071123 1136 388 D8 400 QC Dolbeau-St. Methode 20071123 0002 392 ML 403 QC Charlevoix 20071123 1127 396 PH 402 QC Inunkjuak 20071123 1128 405 7L 391 QC La Sarre (David Tomasko - ndblist 23/11/2007) 23 08:40 201 ZXD 409 580 BLATCHFORD/EDMONTON, AB, CAN 23 07:05 201 CZE 1030 1458 CLARKSVILLE, AR, USA 23 07:00 206 SOW 1035 1034 889 SHOW LOW, AZ, USA 23 08:41 207 PY 405 952 FORT CHIPEWYAN, AB, CAN 23 07:05 208 BDQ 1023 1504 Morrillton, AR, USA 23 08:46 215 ZAB 397 563 LEDUC/EDMONTON INTL, AB, CAN 23 06:59 220 RBJ 1028 1023 1000 Tucson, AZ, USA 23 08:47 221 QU 406 659 GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB, CAN 23 08:47 221 9A 385 498 HANNA, AB, CAN 23 07:11 224 BH 1033 1840 Birmingham, AL, USA 23 07:53 227 TNZ 1045 1544 Walnut Ridge, AR, USA 23 08:43 230 VG 410 622 VERMILION, AB, CAN 23 08:38 233 ALJ 412 408 1550 Johnstone Point, ALS 23 08:44 233 7V 382 532 JASPER-HINTON, AB, CAN 23 08:44 239 OJ 406 895 HIGH LEVEL, AB, CAN 23 08:45 241 YLL 384 637 LLOYDMINSTER, AB, CAN 23 08:54 274 Z5 378 394 VULCAN, AB, CAN 23 08:55 278 NM 404 1869 Matagami, QC, CAN 23 06:57 281 FFZ 1030 902 Mesa/FALCON FLD, AZ, USA 23 07:47 281 DEQ 1013 1475 DEQUEEN, AR, USA 23 08:33 283 DUT 1030 2197 DUTCH HARBOR, ALS 23 08:46 332 XH 396 390 449 MEDICINE HAT, AB, CAN 23 06:46 338 RYN 1037 999 RYAN, AZ, USA 23 08:58 340 YY 399 2305 Mont Joli, QC, CAN 23 08:59 351 YKQ 402 1815 Waskaganish, QC, CAN 23 07:19 352 VM 1038 1468 Mena, AR, USA 23 07:23 353 LI 1028 1542 Little Rock, AR, USA 23 07:21 353 5F 393 608 Fox Creek, AB, CAN 23 08:07 374 FLZ 1048 ? 1962 FORT RUCKER, AL, USA 23 07:28 375 8H 396 648 ST PAUL, AB, CAN 23 08:27 390 HBT 1035 1953 Sand Point, ALS 23 09:03 392 ML 397 2229 Charlevoix, QC, CAN 23 06:48 394 ENZ 1057 1052 NOGALES, AZ, USA 23 06:49 407 CHD 1052 913 Chandler, AZ, USA 23 06:51 410 DAO 1064 1052 Ft. Huachuca/DRAGOO, AZ, USA 23 08:04 423 AU 1065 1035 1947 OPOLE, AL, USA 23 07:41 426 FTP 1023 1855 Fort Payne, AL, USA 23 08:19 530 ADK 1035 2637 Adak, ALS (Steve R, Oregon, USA - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) 23 08:11 201 ZXD AB CAN 408 23 08:11 207 PY AB CAN 405 23 08:10 215 ZAB AB CAN 397 23 08:09 221 QU AB CAN 400 23 08:09 230 VG AB CAN 418 23 08:03 239 OJ AB CAN 405 23 08:59 241 YLL AB CAN 380 23 08:58 248 QL AB CAN 385 23 08:01 254 ZYC AB CAN 405 23 07:59 272 YLB AB CAN 390 23 07:55 274 Z5 AB CAN 375 23 07:55 276 3H AB CAN 382 23 07:52 287 PE AB CAN 405 23 07:52 292 ZET AB CAN 380 23 10:24 296 V4 AB CAN 381 23 07:46 299 TV AB CAN 400 23 10:21 300 Q5 AB CAN 393 23 07:44 304 FH AB CAN 388 23 07:44 305 Z1 AB CAN 395 23 10:20 307 M5 AB CAN 400 23 07:43 308 ZZD AB CAN 397 23 07:42 311 9Y AB CAN 393 23 07:42 320 YQF AB CAN 400 23 08:52 328 5J AB CAN 400 23 08:51 329 X2 AB CAN 400 23 07:40 332 XH AB CAN 385 23 08:50 334 P2 AB CAN 395 23 07:40 338 ZU AB CAN 390 23 07:39 343 YZH AB CAN 400 23 08:49 344 YOP AB CAN 385 23 07:38 353 5F AB CAN 395 23 07:37 362 6T AB CAN 398 23 08:47 375 8H AB CAN 397 23 07:35 376 K2 AB CAN 1030 23 08:46 379 ZEG AB CAN 396 23 08:44 388 3Z AB CAN 340 low offset 23 07:32 388 JW AB CAN 396 23 10:14 388 MM AB CAN 422 23 08:43 393 8N AB CAN 375 23 07:29 405 9G AB CAN 392 23 10:08 406 2S AB CAN 430 23 07:27 408 Z7 AB CAN 421 23 08:20 219 GAV AK ALS -1040 23 08:04 233 ALJ AK ALS 405 23 08:23 266 ICK AK ALS 1043 23 08:36 390 HBT AK ALS 1033 23 08:39 391 EEF AK ALS -1040 23 06:57 530 ADK AK ALS -1034 23 08:17 338 RYN AZ USA -1040 23 08:16 394 ENZ AZ USA -1050 (Mark Mccarthy - udxf 23/11/2007) 23/11 1710 321.0 SP Skrydstrup (DNK) 1100 23/11 1949 331.0 GST Gloucester (ENG) 748 *New for me # 972 23/11 1955 336.0 BTA Bergen/Bratta (NOR) 1555 23/11 2015 344.0 HEK Heka (FIN) 2148 23/11 1728 359.0 BUZ UNID (Offset -/+400 ID + 4"Gap) *New for me # 970 23/11 1736 363.0 OEM Kristianstad/Everod (SWE) 1336 23/11 1745 375.0 VM Vestmannaeyjar (ISL) 2413 23/11 1931 386.0 IC Shell Expro/Brent Charlie (XOE) 1668 *New for me # 971 (1) (f4lkc - ndblist 23/11/2007) 2007-11-24 05:50 398 NIT 1429 Nitra, SVK 2007-11-24 05:49 401 FNL 421 Fenland, ENG 2007-11-24 05:23 399 NGY 708 New Galloway for Prestwick, SCT 2007-11-24 05:17 374 CBN 789 Cumbernauld, SCT 2007-11-24 05:14 368 UW 775 Y Edinburgh , SCT 2007-11-24 05:12 355 PIK 750 Prestwick, SCT 2007-11-24 05:10 344 WCK 1050 Wick, SCT 2007-11-24 05:09 341 EDN 781 Edinburgh, SCT 2007-11-24 05:06 336 AQ 903 Y Aberdeen , SCT 2007-11-24 05:03 331 GLW 784 Y Glasgow, SCT 2007-11-23 23:02 400 EN 1555 Orebro, SWE 2007-11-23 22:58 397 LM 1662 Y Borlange / Rommehed / Falun, SWE 2007-11-23 22:56 397 NF 1419 Falkoping, SWE 2007-11-23 22:53 388 COR 1665 Corner for Bromma, SWE 2007-11-23 22:51 384 TY 1537 Torsby / Fryklanda, SWE 2007-11-23 22:49 380 LF 1371 Y Ronneby / Kallinge, SWE 2007-11-23 18:14 377 SM 1651 Y Mora / Siljan, SWE 2007-11-23 18:12 375 KD 1292 Y Kristanstad / Everod , SWE 2007-11-23 06:27 419 RD 1643 Vasteras / Hasslo, SWE 2007-11-23 03:31 331 DEC 1357 Decimomannu (CA), SAR 2007-11-23 03:26 338 OA 1413 Jonkoping , SWE 2007-11-23 03:15 333 LE 1655 Vasteraas / Hasslo, SWE 2007-11-23 03:13 330 SKS 1491 Y Karlstad, SWE 2007-11-23 03:11 329 WU 2095 Y Umea, SWE 2007-11-23 03:06 324 ON 1571 Norrkoping / Saab, SWE 2007-11-23 02:54 406 HOZ 1074 Y Holzdorf, DEU 2007-11-23 02:49 405 AV 1304 Goteborg / Save, SWE 2007-11-22 21:18 368 OY 1743 Sveg , SWE 2007-11-22 21:16 366 SF 1392 Falkoping, SWE 2007-11-22 21:15 365 WS 1783 Soderhamn, SWE 2007-11-22 21:13 363 OEM 1301 Kristianstad / Everod, SWE 2007-11-22 21:13 362 NN 1638 Eskilstuna / Kjula, SWE 2007-11-22 21:12 360 OS 1310 Goteborg / Save, SWE 2007-11-22 21:10 351 OV 1621 Visby, SWE 2007-11-22 21:06 346 GS 1729 Gavle / Sandviken , SWE 2007-11-22 20:58 336 LT 1298 Y Halmstad, SWE (D. Kremp, France - ndblist 24/11/2007) 20071123 17:45 437 P Tomaszow POL ? km 1004 hPa NEW 19:20 383 TY Torsby-Fryklanda S 449 19:35 421 TRU Trundoen S 910 1005 hPa 19:41 486 KL Krazny Sulin RUS 1779 1006 hPa 21:51 315 LO Lviv UKR 903 1009 hPa 21:58 317 PPD Poprad SVK 929 (sm1wxc - ndblist 24/11/2007) 23 2327 470.0 BRI Balikesir TUR 1567 Y (Franti?ek Muller, Praha, Czech Republic - ndblisst 24/11/2007) 23 22:59 328 VJ 328.404 767 Y Stauning, DNK 22 17:12 395 KW 394.595 923 Y Kirkwall/Orkney Isl., ORK (Peter Conway, Hastings, U.K. - ndblist 24/11/2007) 23 2050 435 GHT Ghat LBY 2867 23 2233 420 KN Kobona RUS 1459 24 0021 328 CL Carlisle ENG 1295 *new* 24 0117 407 GAR Dublin/Garistown IRL 1507 24 0128 316 OE Dublin IRL 1506 (Zdenek Elias,Jablonec nad Nisou, N.Bohemia,Czech Republic - ndblist 24/11/2007) 22 19:29 399 NGY 336 New Galloway, SCT 22 19:36 355 PIK 363 Prestwick, SCT 22 18:58 426 PW 367 Prestwick, SCT 22 19:39 341 EDN 373 Edinburgh, SCT 22 19:32 380 CBL 382 CAMPBELTOWN, SCT 22 19:33 374 CBN 382 Cumbernauld, SCT 22 19:42 331 GLW 383 Y Glasgow, SCT 22 19:31 394 DND 403 Dundee, SCT 22 19:31 395 LAY 409 Y Islay, SCT 22 19:37 348 ATF 437 Aberdeen / Dyce, SCT 22 19:39 336 AQ 443 Y Aberdeen, SCT 22 19:32 383 SHD 468 Scotstown Head, SCT 22 19:29 401 BBA 534 Benbecula, SCT 22 19:37 344 WCK 536 Wick, SCT 22 18:54 431 SAY 560 Stornoway, SCT 23 23:22 420 SS 662 Styrup / Malmo, SWE 23 23:24 417 AH 669 Angelholm, SWE 23 23:22 421 MF 679 Malmstad, SWE 23 23:33 405 AV 692 Goteborg, SWE 23 23:30 409 SG 744 Saatenas, SWE 23 23:42 403 OJ 756 Jonkoping, SWE 23 22:58 338 OA 763 Jonkoping, SWE 23 23:54 397 NF 764 Falkoping, SWE 23 23:59 390 LV 799 Y Arvika, SWE 23 23:26 416 R 801 Y Arvika, SWE 23 23:28 415 OL 836 Lindkoping, SWE 23 23:45 400 EN 850 Oerebro, SWE 23 20:23 324 ON 861 Norrkoping, SWE 23 23:45 402 LX 897 Y Eskilstuna, SWE 22 19:57 351 OV 899 Visby, SWE 23 23:23 419 RD 902 Y Vesteraas, SWE 23 23:41 403 NM 911 Y Mora North, SWE 24 00:01 388 COR 919 Corner, SWE 23 23:27 416 BCS 1046 Baccus, SWE 23 20:12 348 TPL 1094 TOPOLA, SRB 23 23:17 425 OU 1177 Y Umeaa, SWE (Mike, U.K. - ndblist 24/11/2007) 22 19:43 328 CL 3 299 Y Carlisle, ENG 23 23:02 315 STK 1 353 Y STADSKANAAL, HOL 23 23:50 398 GL 4 601 Y Aalborg, DNK 23 23:05 322 KOR 2 1188 Y Korso / Helsinki, FIN (Mike, U.K. - ndblist 24/11/2007) 11-23 2239 201-RI QC 11-23 2239 203-KL QC 11-23 2241 209-MT QC 11-23 2242 213-YRC QC 11-23 1845 216-ME QC 11-23 1846 218-YUY QC 11-22 1824 220-BX QC 11-23 1849 230-QB QC 11-23 2246 232-GP QC 11-23 1851 239-FE QC 11-23 1853 243-YVB QC 11-23 2248 244-DG QC 11-22 2004 248-UL QC 11-24 1234 253-YTF QC 11-23 2251 260-UFX QC 11-23 2252 266-ZMM QC 11-23 1857 272-ZMR QC 11-23 0022 273-ZV QC 11-23 0023 276-YHR QC 11-23 1858 278-NM QC 11-23 0025 284-ZMT QC 11-23 0026 289-YLQ QC 11-23 0027 291-9Q QC 11-23 0029 303-YPP QC 11-23 0032 332-YFM QC 11-23 0033 336-BV QC 11-23 0034 340-YY QC 11-23 0035 343-ZBM QC 11-23 0038 351-YKQ QC 11-23 0039 360-PN QC 11-23 1904 362-SC QC 11-23 0040 366-YMW QC 11-23 0041 370-GR QC 11-23 2330 371-MGL AZR 11-23 0042 373-2Q QC 11-23 2231 373-YXK QC 11-23 0043 378-RJ QC 11-23 2232 380-FIL AZR 11-23 2233 384-F8 QC 11-23 0045 385-NA QC 11-23 0046 386-D8 QC 11-23 0047 392-ML QC 11-23 2236 401-Y8 QC 11-23 2237 405-7L QC 11-23 2238 407-ZHU QC 11-23 0050 414-3U QC (Chris Black - ndblist 24/11/2007) 20071124 1230 201 ZXD 410 AB Blatchford 20071124 1257 221 9A 390 AB Hanna 20071123 1149 221 QU 404 AB Grand Prairie 20071124 1259 227 9X 386 AB Brooks 20071124 1229 230 VG 411 AB Vermillion 20071124 1256 239 OJ 404 AB High Level 20071123 1152 241 YLL 385 AB Lloydminster 20071124 1254 248 QL 394 AB Lethbridge 20071123 1153 254 ZYC 408 AB Calgary 20071124 1100 266 XD 401 AB Edmonton 20071123 1228 287 PE 406 AB Peace River 20071124 1236 296 V4 379 AB Bonnyville 20071123 1200 299 TV 401 AB Turner Valley 20071123 1201 320 YQF 393 AB Red Deer 20071123 1202 332 XH 392 AB Medicine Hat 20071124 1242 334 P2 390 AB Wetaskiwin 20071123 1204 344 YC 406 AB Calgary 20071124 1246 362 6T 395 AB Foremost 20071123 1233 388 3Z 339 AB Taber 20071123 1210 388 JW 395 AB Pigeon/Jumping Pound Creek 20071123 1212 211 AN -1044 AL Anniston 20071123 0202 224 BH 1038 AL Birmingham 20071123 0204 264 JUY 1033 AL Andalusia 20071123 0205 284 SCD 1017 AL Sylacauga 20071124 0242 287 HUA 1045 AL Huntsville 20071124 0310 350 CWH -1042 AL Huntsville 20071124 0338 362 TC -1052 AL Tuscaloosa 20071124 0236 374 FLZ -1049 AL Fort Rucker 20071124 0250 394 RO -1057 AL Birmingham 20071124 1110 423 AU -1064 AL Auburn 20071124 0031 426 FTP 1020 AL Fort Payne 20071124 0039 227 TNZ 1041 AR Walnut Ridge 20071123 0140 275 ADF 1026 AR Arkadelphia 20071123 0138 281 DEQ 1013 AR DeQueen 20071124 0048 335 BV -1031 AR Batesville 20071123 0135 338 TT -1045 AR Stuttgard 20071123 1225 350 IUI 1034 AR Blytheville 20071123 1221 352 VM -1037 AR Mena 20071123 0145 353 LI -1030 1023 AR Little Rock 20071123 1219 385 HO -1050 AR Hot Springs 20071123 0153 369 ZDX -1023 ATG St. Johns 20071122 2335 209 MT 405 QC Chibongamau 20071122 2357 218 YUY 411 QC Rouyn-Noranda 20071123 0124 230 QB 408 QC Quebec 20071122 2357 230 YBM 375 QC St. Bruno de Guigues 20071124 0314 235 9H 389 QC La Grande 20071122 2355 239 VO 410 QC Val D'Or 20071123 1144 243 YVB 406 QC Bonaventure 20071123 0112 244 DG 408 QC Chute des Passes 20071122 2350 248 UL 400 QC Montreal 20071123 1142 261 2H -403 403 QC Lebel sur Quevillon 20071123 1156 272 ZMR 380 QC Ste. Scholastique 20071123 1138 273 ZV 391 QC Sept-Iles 20071122 2234 278 NM 402 QC Matagami 20071123 0107 289 YLQ 404 QC La Tuque 20071123 0107 303 YPP 400 QC Parent 20071124 0259 317 ZMX 420 QC Montreal 20071123 1139 332 YFM 403 QC La Grande 4 20071123 1140 336 BV 405 QC Quebec/Champlain 20071123 1140 338 YPX 403 QC Povungnituk 20071123 1141 338 ZEM 390 QC Eastmain River 20071122 2232 340 YY 401 QC Mont Joli 20071124 0318 343 ZBM 403 QC East Farnham 20071122 2235 351 YKQ 408 QC Waskaganish 20071123 1131 360 PN 403 QC Port Menier 20071122 2354 366 YMW 400 QC Maniwaki 20071123 1133 373 2Q -410 410 QC Mont-Laurier 20071123 1133 373 YXK 386 QC Rimouski 20071123 0130 378 RJ 400 QC Roberval 20071123 1135 385 NA 402 QC Natashquan 20071123 1136 388 D8 400 QC Dolbeau-St. Methode 20071123 0002 392 ML 403 QC Charlevoix 20071123 1127 396 PH 402 QC Inunkjuak 20071123 1128 405 7L 391 QC La Sarre 20071124 0304 407 ZHU 401 QC Montreal 20071124 0305 414 3U 399 QC Ottawa/Gatineau (ndbtemp - ndblist 24/11/2007) 23 08:40 201 ZXD 409 BLATCHFORD/EDMONTON, AB, CAN 23 07:05 201 CZE 1030 CLARKSVILLE, AR, USA 23 07:00 206 SOW 1035 1034 SHOW LOW, AZ, USA 23 08:41 207 PY 405 FORT CHIPEWYAN, AB, CAN 23 07:05 208 BDQ 1023 Morrillton, AR, USA 24 14:24 209 CYT 1036 Yakataga, ALS 23 08:46 215 ZAB 397 LEDUC/EDMONTON INTL, AB, CAN 24 05:36 219 GAV 1040 1034 GUSTAVUS, ALS 23 06:59 220 RBJ 1028 1023 Tucson, AZ, USA 23 08:47 221 QU 406 GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB, CAN 23 08:47 221 9A 385 HANNA, AB, CAN 23 07:11 224 BH 1033 Birmingham, AL, USA 24 01:29 225 X5 414 VEGREVILLE, AB, CAN 23 07:53 227 TNZ 1045 Walnut Ridge, AR, USA 24 01:31 227 9X 385 BROOKS, AB, CAN 24 13:27 229 AKW 1040 KLAWOCK, ALS 23 08:43 230 VG 410 VERMILION, AB, CAN 23 08:38 233 ALJ 412 408 Johnstone Point, ALS 23 08:44 233 7V 382 JASPER-HINTON, AB, CAN 24 06:50 234 3Y 393 DONNELLY, AB, CAN 24 04:57 236 9Z 387 WESTLOCK, AB, CAN 23 08:44 239 OJ 406 HIGH LEVEL, AB, CAN 23 08:45 241 YLL 384 LLOYDMINSTER, AB, CAN 24 03:55 245 AVQ 1028 MARANA, AZ, USA 24 01:36 248 QL 393 LETHBRIDGE, AB, CAN 24 14:26 251 OSE 1028 Bethel Oscarville, ALS 24 04:58 251 4O 392 SWAN HILLS, AB, CAN 24 01:39 254 ZYC 405 CALGARY, AB, CAN 24 06:53 254 SM 404 FORT SMITH, AB, CAN 24 06:55 256 EB 1022 EDMONTON, AB, CAN 24 14:06 261 5U 399 FORT VERMILION, AB, CAN 24 01:45 266 XD 400 EDMONTON, AB, CAN 24 13:41 266 ICK 1039 Annette Island, ALS 24 01:46 272 YLB 394 LAC LA BICHE, AB, CAN 23 08:54 274 Z5 378 VULCAN, AB, CAN 24 13:32 276 TVL 1035 1029 TOWNSVILLE, QD, AUS 24 01:48 276 3H 385 CONSORT, AB, CAN 24 13:23 277 ACE 1035 Homer, ALS 23 08:55 278 NM 404 Matagami, QC, CAN 23 06:57 281 FFZ 1030 Mesa/FALCON FLD, AZ, USA 23 07:47 281 DEQ 1013 DEQUEEN, AR, USA 24 13:20 281 CRN 1035 Sparrevohn, ALS 24 13:06 282.5 RT 3 0 RURUTU, AUI 23 08:33 283 DUT 1030 DUTCH HARBOR, ALS 24 04:14 287 PE 405 PEACE RIVER, AB, CAN 24 01:53 292 ZET 377 DEVON/EDMONTON INTL, AB, CAN 24 04:16 296 V4 375 BONNYVILLE, AB, CAN 24 01:58 299 TV 402 TURNER VALLEY, AB, CAN 24 04:17 300 Q5 390 GRANDE CACHE, AB, CAN 24 04:18 304 FH 388 MCLEOD, AB, CAN 24 04:19 305 Z1 385 THREE HILLS, AB, CAN 24 14:10 307 M5 398 MANNING, AB, CAN 24 04:21 308 ZZD 396 CALMAR/EDMONTON INTL, AB, CAN 24 02:06 311 9Y 394 PINCHER CREEK, AB, CAN 24 04:22 320 YQF 393 RED DEER, AB, CAN 24 04:23 328 5J 400 CORONATION, AB, CAN 24 04:24 329 X2 394 ATHABASCA, AB, CAN 23 08:46 332 XH 396 390 MEDICINE HAT, AB, CAN 24 02:11 334 P2 390 WETASKIWIN, AB, CAN 24 02:12 338 ZU 386 WHITECOURT, AB, CAN 23 06:46 338 RYN 1037 RYAN, AZ, USA 23 08:58 340 YY 399 Mont Joli, QC, CAN 24 13:37 341 ELF 1033 Cold Bay, ALS 24 02:13 343 YZH 397 SLAVE LAKE, AB, CAN 24 02:15 344 YOP 395 RAINBOW LAKE, AB, CAN 24 02:14 344 YC 410 400 CALGARY, AB, CAN 23 08:59 351 YKQ 402 Waskaganish, QC, CAN 23 07:19 352 VM 1038 Mena, AR, USA 23 07:23 353 LI 1028 Little Rock, AR, USA 23 07:21 353 5F 393 Fox Creek, AB, CAN 24 13:38 355 AK 1038 SALDO, ALS 24 13:18 358 SIT 1055 Sitka, ALS 24 02:20 361 E3 398 Wabasca, AB, CAN 24 04:25 362 6T 394 Foremost, AB, CAN 24 04:08 366 YMW 395 Maniwaki, QC, CAN 23 08:07 374 FLZ 1048 ? FORT RUCKER, AL, USA 23 07:28 375 8H 396 ST PAUL, AB, CAN 24 04:28 376 K2 1026 Olds-Didsbury, AB, CAN 24 04:29 379 ZEG 392 Edmonton Intl., AB, CAN 24 13:16 385 EHM 1040 Cape Newenham, ALS 24 04:33 388 MM 423 Fort McMurray, AB, CAN 24 04:32 388 JW 393 Jumping Pound Creek, AB, CAN 24 04:31 388 3Z 336 Taber, AB, CAN 23 08:27 390 HBT 1035 Sand Point, ALS 24 13:15 391 EEF 1035 Sisters Island, ALS 23 09:03 392 ML 397 Charlevoix, QC, CAN 24 04:35 393 8N 372 EDSON, AB, CAN 24 13:10 394 RWO 1037 Kodiak, ALS 23 06:48 394 ENZ 1057 NOGALES, AZ, USA 24 14:13 395 5V 390 DRUMHELLER, AB, CAN 24 13:14 396 CMJ 1030 CLAM COVE, ALS 24 05:13 398 YOD 1010 COLD LAKE, AB, CAN 24 14:00 399 SRI 1049 St. George PRIBILOF, ALS 24 04:42 405 9G 393 Sundre, AB, CAN 24 04:40 405 2K 398 Camrose, AB, CAN 24 04:43 406 2S 423 HIGH PRAIRIE, AB, CAN 23 06:49 407 CHD 1052 Chandler, AZ, USA 24 04:44 408 Z7 420 Claresholm, AB, CAN 23 06:51 410 DAO 1064 Ft. Huachuca/DRAGOO, AZ, USA 24 04:45 414 8M 402 Elk Point, AB, CAN 23 08:04 423 AU 1065 1035 OPOLE, AL, USA 23 07:41 426 FTP 1023 Fort Payne, AL, USA 24 13:12 529 SQM 1035 SUMNER STRAIT, ALS 23 08:19 530 ADK 1035 Adak, ALS (Steve R, Oregon, USA - ndblist 24/11/2007) 2007-11-24 07:57 206 SOW 1023 SHOW LOW, AZ, USA 2007-11-24 03:32 245 AVQ 1035 1026 MARANA, AZ, USA 2007-11-23 11:29 248 QL 395 LETHBRIDGE, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 11:31 254 ZYC 400 403 CALGARY, AB, CAN 2007-11-24 08:49 272 YLB 396 LAC LA BICHE, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 11:39 299 TV 400 TURNER VALLEY, AB, CAN 2007-11-24 08:54 311 9Y 392 PINCHER CREEK, AB, CAN 2007-11-24 08:56 320 YQF 393 RED DEER, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 11:41 332 XH 383 MEDICINE HAT, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 11:41 338 ZU 386 WHITECOURT, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 00:16 338 RYN 1034 1020 RYAN, AZ, USA 2007-11-23 11:43 343 YZH 400 397 SLAVE LAKE, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 13:57 344 YC 406 Calgary, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 11:47 362 6T 395 FOREMOST, AB, CAN 2007-11-24 13:34 385 EHM 1036 1034 CAPE NEWENHAM, ALS 2007-11-23 11:48 388 JW 396 PIGEON, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 11:49 388 3Z 335 TABER, AB, CAN 2007-11-24 13:06 390 HBT 1038 1030 BORLAND, ALS 2007-11-24 13:36 391 EEF 1037 1031 ELEPHANT, ALS 2007-11-24 13:47 394 RWO 1052 Y WOODY ISLAND, ALS 2007-11-23 01:13 394 ENZ 1060 1021 NOGALES, AZ, USA 2007-11-23 11:50 405 9G 392 SUNDRE, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 00:21 407 CHD 1069 1047 CHANDLER, AZ, USA 2007-11-24 03:24 408 Z7 419 CLARESHOLM, AB, CAN 2007-11-23 01:11 410 DAO 1064 DRAGOO, AZ, USA 2007-11-24 12:48 530 ADK 1035 1032 MOUNT MOFFETT, ALS Mark M, USA - ndblist 24/11/2007) 23 08:11 201 ZXD AB CAN 408 23 08:11 207 PY AB CAN 405 23 08:10 215 ZAB AB CAN 397 23 08:09 221 QU AB CAN 400 23 08:09 230 VG AB CAN 418 23 08:03 239 OJ AB CAN 405 23 08:59 241 YLL AB CAN 380 23 08:58 248 QL AB CAN 385 23 08:01 254 ZYC AB CAN 405 23 07:59 272 YLB AB CAN 390 23 07:55 274 Z5 AB CAN 375 23 07:55 276 3H AB CAN 382 23 07:52 287 PE AB CAN 405 23 07:52 292 ZET AB CAN 380 23 10:24 296 V4 AB CAN 381 23 07:46 299 TV AB CAN 400 23 10:21 300 Q5 AB CAN 393 23 07:44 304 FH AB CAN 388 23 07:44 305 Z1 AB CAN 395 23 10:20 307 M5 AB CAN 400 23 07:43 308 ZZD AB CAN 397 23 07:42 311 9Y AB CAN 393 23 07:42 320 YQF AB CAN 400 23 08:52 328 5J AB CAN 400 23 08:51 329 X2 AB CAN 400 23 07:40 332 XH AB CAN 385 23 08:50 334 P2 AB CAN 395 23 07:40 338 ZU AB CAN 390 23 07:39 343 YZH AB CAN 400 23 08:49 344 YOP AB CAN 385 23 07:38 353 5F AB CAN 395 23 07:37 362 6T AB CAN 398 23 08:47 375 8H AB CAN 397 23 07:35 376 K2 AB CAN 1030 23 08:46 379 ZEG AB CAN 396 23 08:44 388 3Z AB CAN 340 23 07:32 388 JW AB CAN 396 23 10:14 388 MM AB CAN 422 23 08:43 393 8N AB CAN 375 23 07:29 405 9G AB CAN 392 23 10:08 406 2S AB CAN 430 23 07:27 408 Z7 AB CAN 421 23 08:20 219 GAV AK ALS -1040 23 08:04 233 ALJ AK ALS 405 24 14:25 251 OSE AK ALS 1028 23 08:23 266 ICK AK ALS 1043 24 14:35 277 ACE AK ALS -1034 24 14:11 281 CRN AK ALS 1035 24 13:41 283 DUT AK ALS -1034 24 14:02 338 CMQ AK ALS -1028 24 13:39 341 ELF AK ALS 1027 24 14:59 350 VTR AK ALS 1017 24 13:38 355 AK AK ALS -1035 24 14:20 371 PDN AK ALS 1032 24 13:49 379 IWW AK ALS 1037 24 13:34 385 EHM AK ALS 1036 24 13:36 385 OCC AK ALS -1035 24 13:57 387 BOB AK ALS -1054 23 08:36 390 HBT AK ALS 1033 23 08:39 391 EEF AK ALS -1040 24 13:32 394 RWO AK ALS 1030 24 13:48 396 CMJ AK ALS -1030 24 14:17 411 ILI AK ALS 1042 24 13:46 414 IME AK ALS -1070 24 13:44 529 SQM AK ALS -1040 23 06:57 530 ADK AK ALS -1034 23 08:17 338 RYN AZ USA -1040 23 08:16 394 ENZ AZ USA -1050 (ke7msu - ndblist 24/11/2007) 24/11 1800 290.0 TR Tirana (ALB) 1429 24/11 1738 322.0 KOR Helsinki/Korso (FIN) 2138 24/11 1747 329.0 IB Tallinn (EST) 2052 24/11 1703 413.5 DLS Berlin (DEU) 1034 24/11 1654 420.0 SS Malmo/Sturup (SWE) 1262 (f4lkc - ndblist 24/11/2007) 24/11/2007 2002 338 OKB XUU (Giorgio, Sardinia - ndblist 24/11/2007) - DGPS 0221 289.5 451 (700) DGPS Hammerodde Light, Denmark 0217 290.0 452 (705) DGPS Blavandshuk, Denmark 0052 296.0 453 (710) DGPS Skagen West Light, Denmark 0054 298.0 468 (734) DGPS Nynasham, Sweden 0059 299.5 463 (726) DGPS Skutskar, Sweden 0124 303.5 493 (763) DGPS Zeven, Germany 0129 304.0 503 (813) DGPS Lista Light, Norway 0140 305.5 341 (482) DGPS Sagres, Portugal 0207 310.5 500 (780) DGPS Faerder Light, Norway (Ary Boender, Holland - ndblist 24/11/2007) - Navtex 2007-11-18 19:49 474 RZ 1631 Rzeszow / Jasionka, POL 2007-11-19 00:12 490 $03B 2683 Y Istambul, TUR 2007-11-18 19:40 494 KN 1142 Y Oksywie, POL 2007-11-18 23:42 518 $03V 3085 Y Augusta, SCY 2007-11-18 22:12 518 $03M 3403 Y Cyprus, CYP 2007-11-19 00:06 518 $02A 2380 Y Corsen - Frc, FRA 2007-11-18 22:41 518 $01Q 1865 Y Malin Head - Ejm, IRL 2007-11-18 19:31 518 $01P 1601 Y Den Helder - Pbk, HOL (Christian Arvidsson, Skelleftea, Sweden - ndblist 19/11/2007) 0518.0 GCC "G" cullercoats - ouest newcastle 0607 NAVTEX 20nov07 offshore actu ZCZC GA65 WZ 1387 RIGMOVE. NORTH SEA. BREDFORD DOLPHIN AT 59-06.7N 001-47.4E. CANCEL THIS MESSAGE 210302 UTC NOV 07. NNNN ZCZC GA59 WZ 1372 NORTH SEA. INDEFATIGABLE GASFIELD. PLATFORM 49/24L 53-17.9N 002-37.2E TOTAL NAVAID FAILURE. CANCEL WZ 1220(GA75). NNNN ZCZC GA48 WZ 1356 ENGLAND, EAST COAST. HUMBER APPROACHES. HUMBER LIGHT FLOAT 53-38.8N 000-20.2E MISSING. CANCEL WZ 1209 (GA68) NNNN ZCZC GA46 NAVAREA ONE 300 NORTH SEA, DANISH SECTOR. BETWEEN ROLF OIL FIELD AND TYRA GAS FIELD. CHART BA 267. WORK ZONE ESTABLISHED, WITHIN WHICH NAVIGATION, ANCHORING AND FISHING IS PROHIBITED, RADIUS 500 METRES CENTRED AT 55-37.07N 004-36.42E. NNNN ZCZC GA36 NAVAREA ONE 295 ENGLAND, EAST COAST. CROMER KNOLL. CHART BA 1503. DUDGEON LIGHTBUOY, 53-16.6N 001-16.9E, FOG SIGNAL PERMANENTLY DISCONTINUED. NNNN ZCZC GA20 NAVAREA ONE 291 ENGLAND, EAST COAST. APPROACHES TO THE WASH. CHART BA 108. NORTH WELL LIGHT-BUOY, 53-03.0N 000-27.9E, FOG SIGNAL CHANGED TO BELL NNNN ZCZC GA08 NAVAREA ONE 279 SCOTLAND, EAST COAST. MORAY FIRTH. APPROACHES TO CROMARTY FIRTH AND INVERNESS. CHART BA 223. WRECK, UNSURVEYED CLEARANCE DEPTH 25 METRES, AT 57-39.51N 003-50.99W. NNNN (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 20/11/2007) Left the gear running on 518khz and was lucky enough to snag $012Q - Long Beach, California. I believe the whole capture has a bout 3 different messages in it but the first received is by far the best. One other thing is that the RX fits the 8:45 utc time slot as this was at 0910 utc. ZCZC QA01 CCGD11 BNM D11 0595-07 _ 1. CA-SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND- HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS __L_THE__ __LLOWIN_ COZRD_:_ 9___7-_54 N 118-44.90 W 32-36.92 N 118-56.98_ 2 _ 32-43.50 N 11_-03.30 W TO POINT OF ORIGINQWMHAZARDOUS _PKRATIONS WIGL BE CONDU_CTED DURING THE LP FOLLMWIHG DATES/TIMES: 190200U-191_00U NOV 07 _TV__ _ _ _0130__&_ _,9, ?4( +:+: 1-52 CCGD11 BNM D11 0594-07-01 1. CA-HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS_WILL TAKE PLACE DAILY RN THE AREA _ BOUND BY THE FOLLOWIIG COORDS: LAT LONG. 33_0_.04 N 118-55.31 W 33-08.04 N 118-46.02 W _ _ _ 32-58.53 N 178- 732-58.10 N 118-_2.47 W FX 3_-4 1_4 _ UVK_P_AHEMW_ 191200 -191600U NOV 07 200830I-201230U NOV 07 _ 201230U-201630U NOV 07. _ 3.CA_CE_ AT TIME//210_30Z NOV 07// __ ,,,,*5 ?4() _____2___)_-__-_/__ !. :#-,,3)_16 AN_ DISP_E EE FLW_ AND LI__ S DURING _PERATI_N. 3. CANCEL AT TIME//21060Z__O_ JPUXX__ N_NN BRK _Q6-+:+: 1-77 CCGD_1 BNM D11 0590-07 1. CALIFORNIA - LOS ANGELES AND LOLNG BEACH HARBORS PIER 400 LT S (LLNR 3128) IS EXTINGUISHED. NNNN (Vernon Matheson, Canada - ndblist 20/11/2007) <08:30:19> ZCZC KA48 <08:30:21> RUTINA <08:30:22> 210830 UTC NOVG WPPU <08:30:26> PUERTO MONTT RADIO/CBP <08:30:30> RADIOAVISO COSTERO NR 0077 <08:30:35> CARTA NR 7371. BALIZA LUMINOSA <08:30:41> CERRO CHULEQUEHUE ANTERIOR NR_4_8 <08:30:47> G-1655, CON_NUEVA CARACTERISTICA: <08:30:53> D. 0S. <08:30:55> RADIOAVISO __9'5349 NR 0045 <08:30:59> CARTA NR 7330. COR_ENTOMETRO <08:31:04> INSTALADO EN L-414313S6 G- <08:31:10> 0723731W3. NAVEGAR CON PRECAUCION. <08:31:16> RADIOAVISO COSTERO NR 004_/30. CORRENTOMETRO <08:31:26> INSTALADN _EN L-412947S7 G- <08:31:31> 0721910Q0. NAVEGAR CON PRECAUCION. <08:31:37> A.-2005 <08:31:39> RADIOAVISO COSTERO NR 0071 <08:31:43> _CARTA NR 8630. SRNDA DENUNCIADA DE <08:31:50> &2 M, EN L-452254S2 G-0741300W5 EN <08:31:57> ESTERO BUTAN. <08:31:59> RADIOAVISO COSTERO NR 0027 <08:32:04> CARTA NR 7210. SISTEMA DE OLA <08:32:10> DIRECCIONAL INSTALADO EN L- <08:32:15> 414706S2 G-0732537727. -#8- <08:32:20> PARGUA) PROFUNDIDAD 9 M, N_VEGAR <08:32:26> CON PRECAUCION. <08:32:29> RADIOAVISO COSTERO NR 0005 <08:32:34> CARTA NR 7340. _AJO FONDO <08:32:39> ?$3,7,:8-$9 DE 2,75 M. EN I- <08:32:44> 420236S7 G-072374_W5. CANAL <08:32:49> LLANCHID. /,2=3&-4 CON PRECAUCION. <08:32:55> NNNN_ (Chris Black, Cape Cod, USA - ndblist 21/11/2007) 04560.0 tah istanbul 1726 FEC tur-eng wx prevision par zone -avis de tempete 23nov07> version turque &...... english... -CRUSADE-FIRTINA BEKLENMIYOR PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR KUZEY VE KUZEYDOGUDAN 2-4 DENIZ 0.5-1.5M GORUS IYI ---DELTA-PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR KUZEY VE KUZEYBATIDAN 2-4 DENIZ 0.5-1.5M GORUS IYI ---TAURUS-PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR KUZEY VE KUZEYBATIDAN 2-4,DOGUSU KUZEYDOGUDAN 2-4 DENIZ 0.5-1.5M GORUS IYI ---MATRUH-PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAS_KUZEY VE KUZEYBATIDAN 2-4 DENIZ 0.5-1.5M GORUS IYI ---JASON-AZ BULUTLU RUZGAR KUZEY VE KUZEYBATIDAN 2-4,BATISI GUNE_ 2-4 DENIZ 0.5-1.5M GORUS IYI ---BOMBA-PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR GUNEY VE GUNE_U_.5-1.5M GORUS IYI ---SIDRA-FIRTIN_M_I_GAR BEKLENIYOR PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR GUNEY VE GUNEYDOGUDAN 3-5,BATISI GUNEYDOGUDAN 5-7 DENIZ 1-2M,BATISI 2-3M GORUS IYI ---GABES-FIRTINAMSI RUZGAR BEKLENIYOR PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR GUNEY VE GUNEYDOGUDAN 5-7 DENIZ 2-3M GORUS IYI ---MELITA-FIRTI_AMSI RUZGAR BEKLENIYOR HAV_RCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR GUNEY VE GUNEYDOGUDAN 5-7 GECE BATISI KUZEYBATIDAN 3-5 DENIZ 2-3M,BAT 1-2M GORUS IYI ---BOOT-FIRTINAMSI RUZGAR BEKLENIYOR PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR GUNEY VE GUNEYDOGUDAN 5-7 DENIZ 2-3M GORUS IYI ---IONIAN-PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR GUNEY VE GUNEYDOGUDAN 4-6 DENIZ 1.5-2.5M GORUS IYI ---CENTAUR-FIRTINAMSI RUZGAR BEKLENIYOR PARCALI BULUTLU RUZGAR GUNEY VE GUNEYDOGUDAN 5-7 DENIZ 2-3M GORUS IYI ................................................ :NEAR GALE WARNINIG OVER SIDRA,GABES,MELITA,BOOT AND CENTAUR. PART-2:AT 1200 GMT THERE IS 1024-1028 HPA HIGH PRESSURE GRADIENTS OVER A_ICANT CHANGE IN THIS SITUATION. PART-3:FORECAST FOR 24 HOURS FROM 231800 UTC UP TO 241800 _ ---CRUSADE-N_ PARTLY CLOUDY WIND NORTH AND NORTHEAST 2-4 SEA 0.5-1.5M VISIBLITY GOOD ---DELTA-NO GAL_TLY CLOUD_TH AND NORTHWEST 2-4 SEA 0.5-1.5M VISIBLITY GOOD ---TAURUS-NO GALE WEATHER PARTLY CLOUDY WIND NORTH AND NORTHWEST 2-4 NORTHEAST 2-4 IN EAST SE_QMTM VISIBLITY GOOD ---MATRUH-NO GALE PARTLY CLOUDY WIND NORTH AND NORTHWEST 2-4 SEA 0.5-1.5M VISIBLITY GOOD ---JASON-NO GALE FEW CLOUDY WIND NORTH AND NORTHWEST 2-4,SOUTHEAST 2-4 IN WEST SEA 0._-1.5M VISIBLITY GOOD ---BOMBA-NO GALE PARTLY CLOUDY WIND SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST 2-4 SEA 0,5-1,5M VISIB. GOOD. -_73(_BKEBEK_NBKKEL3?:__*1_7$6 28,$ '975# -,$ '975#3-'5 3-5 SOUTHEAST 5-7 IN WEST SEA 1-2M, 2-3M IN WEST VISIB. GOOD. ---GABES: NEAR GALE WARNING PARTLY CLOUDY WIND SOUND AND SOUTHEAST 5-7 SEA 2-3_. GOOD. ---ME_LE WARNING PARTLY CLOUDY WIND SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST 5-7 AT NIGHT NORTHWEST 3-5 IN WEST SEA 2-3M, 1-2M IN WEST VISIB. GOOD. ---BOOT: NEAR GALE WARNING PARTLY CLOUDY WIND SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST 5-7 SEA 2-3M VISB. GOOD. ---IONIAN: NO GALE PARTLY CLOUDY WIND SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST 4-6 SEA 1,5-2,5M VISIB. GOOD. ---CENTAUR: NEAR GALE WARNING PARTLY COUDY WIND SOUTH AND SOUTHEST 5-7 SEA 2-3M VISIB. GOOD. ---AEGEAN: _,9 &-)3 0-45)6 :)97$6 28,$ ,945# -,$ ,945#3-'5 2-4 SEA 0,5-1,5M VISIB GOOD. ---MARMARA: NO GALE PARTLY CLOUDY AT NIGHT AND MORNING FOOGY WIND SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST 2-4 SEA 0,5-1M VISIB. GOOD. WEEK AT FOG. ---DANUBE: NO GALE PARTLY CLOUDY WIND EAST AND SOUTHEAST 2-4, SOUTHEAST 3-5_IN EAST. SE_TAQNTM, 1-2M IN EAST VISIB. GOOD. ---GEORGIA: PARTLY CLOUDY WI_JHMWMJZCHDPJHM_ SEA 0,5-1,5M VISIB. GOOD. NNNN (Michel Lacroix, France - dxuti 23/11/2007) [11:41:06][FRQ 9031000][TO ][? ][TIS][XSA ][AL0] BER 30 SN 17 [AMD]RGRGRG GO VOICE [11:40:55][FRQ 9031000][TO ][? ][TIS][XSB ][AL0] BER 29 SN 16 [AMD]ZBZ5 INT ZBZ5 K [11:40:14][FRQ 9031000][TO ][? ][TIS][XSA ][AL0] BER 30 SN 17 [AMD]LOLOLO INT ZBZ [21:36:06][FRQ 5550000][TO ][BXPJANKOVIC ][TWS][OPERACYJNY ][AL0] BER 30 SN 28 [21:35:54][FRQ 5550000][TO ][BXPJANKOVIC ][TIS][OPERACYJNY ][AL0] BER 23 SN 10 (Patrice Privat, France - udxf 24/11/2007) -- Северо-Запад Приозерск может остаться без своего телевидения: В понедельник, 3 декабря, постоянная комиссия по делам молодежи, культуре, туризму, физкультуре и спорту Законодательного собрания Ленинградской области обсудила ситуацию, сложившуюся на Приозерской телерадиокомпании. Как сообщили корреспонденту <47News> в пресс-службе ЗакСа Ленобласти, с просьбой рассмотреть проблему с приглашением всех заинтересованных сторон в постоянную комиссию обратилась депутат Тамара Киселева. С уходом из вечернего эфира на пятом канале Ленинградского областного телевидения ряд районных телестудий также потеряли возможность транслировать свои программы в <окнах>, предоставляемых им ЛОТом. Приозерское телевидение, созданное в 2005 году и не имеющее собственной частоты вещания, работало с использованием арендованного передатчика, и сейчас получить частоту, не имея документации на передатчик, не может. О проблемах местного вещания рассказал членам комиссии директор компании Борис Авдеев. И если ранее в отраслевом комитете обладминистрации говорили о том, что местным студиям телевидения будет предоставляться время в эфире канала <СТО>, который займет 39 частоту, на которой ранее вещало Приозерское телевидение, то теперь <СТО> отказался давать региональные врезки. Между тем, в январе истекает действие договора с каналом ТНТ, который предоставлял приозерцам интервалы для вещания через кабельные сети, и если не предпринять срочных мер, Приозерск может остаться без собственного телевидения. К дискуссии депутаты пригласили представителей районной власти, обеспокоенной судьбой своего телевидения, компании <Феникс> - оператора вещания, которой передана частота и оборудование, специалистов профильного комитета - по печати и телекоммуникациям. Представитель комитета пояснил собравшимся, что ведутся переговоры и практически достигнута договоренность о предоставлении времени приозерскому телевидению в эфире НТВ. А на вопрос председателя парламентской комиссии Светланы Журовой о том, какие шаги необходимо предпринять руководству телестудии для окончательного решения проблемы, он отметил, что параллельно с работой на НТВ следует начать оформление собственной частоты. В ходе обсуждения представители исполнительной, муниципальной власти, телестудии и компании- оператора наши пути дальнейшего взаимодействия и решили продолжить переговоры в рабочем порядке, заверив парламентариев, что уже в ближайшее время решение о вещании Приозерского телевидения будет найдено. (http://47news.ru/1/35397/, 04/12/2007) -- УКВ Украина А кто знает, что случилось с украинским Ретро-ФМ ? Снята с эфира программа поздравлений "Феличита", уже нет отбивки времени каждый час... Ни вчера в обед и вечером, ни сегодня в обед не было "Феличиты". (Сергей, Чернигов, Украина - open_dx 19/11/2007) Что значит "не было"? Всё есть. Во всяком случае, в Киеве. Возможно, в Чернигове что-то случилось - попробую выяснить. (Борис Скуратовский, Киев, Украина - open_dx 19/11/2007) Возможно, запустили на спутник "региональную" версию сигнала, то есть теперь на Киев свои заявки, а в регионах должны быть свои. Ну а "кто не спрятался я не виноват...":) то есть если кто-то в регионах не делает свой эфир - это уже их проблемы... Хотя, могу ошибаться. На спутнике иногда послушиваю Украинское Ретро-ФМ, на "феличиту" тоже не натыкался, хотя и не ждал её там, честно. Во сколько выходит по идее? Могу проверить, есть ли. Тогда будет ясно - перекрывает ли Чернигов Киевскую Феличиту, или её просто не транслируют. (Евгений Токарь, Минск, Россия - open_dx 20/11/2007) Феличита выходит с 14-ти до 15-ти и с 20-ти до 21-го по Киеву. Но сегодня в Украине официально траур, стало быть, скорее всего, её не будет... Кстати, "Ретро ФМ" с недавних пор можно слушать в интернете - но только с хмельницкой рекламой ;) http://www.proradio.org.ua/regions/proskuriv-fm2.php - здесь ссылочка. (Борис Скуратовский, Киев, Украина - open_dx 20/11/2007) Черниговская реклама идет. Но ФЕЛИЧИТЫ нет. И куда все таки делась отбивка времени каждый час ? К Борису Скуратовскому: Боря, напиши пожалуйста все контакты, которые ты знаешь (телефоны и эл. адреса Ретро-ФМ). Они крутят одни и теже песни каждый день !!! (Сергей, Чернигов, Украина - open_dx 21/11/2007) >Они крутят одни и теже песни каждый день !!! А это уже помоему извечная проблема Ретро-ФМ. Как в России, так и в Украине. Помнится, когда закрывали "Канал Мелодия" из Питера на спутнике - было как то мне грустно, всё ж Ретро-ФМ куда более выгодный коммерчески проект - но именно по этой причине его и слушать не так приятно. Подолгу всмысле. Надоест. PS Попробую как нибудь в указанное время послушать эфир, сообщу. (Евгений Токарь, Минск, Беларусь - open_dx 21/11/2007) Не надо уже выяснять, примерно с полудня 22.11.2007г. нормальное вещание восстановлено (есть отбивка времени и "Феличита" в 14 и 20 часов) А эта информация наверное будет интересна для Бориса. Я выяснил, что передатчик Ретро-ФМ у нас в Чернигове уже стоит по адресу ул.Щорса,12 (т.е. у Вадима Шпиталенко). Это уже 7-ой передатчик, установленный в этом здании. Раньше он стоял по адресу ул.Пятницкая, 39 (там где и "Эры-ФМ"). (Сергей, Чернигов, Украина - open_dx 24/11/2007) -- Интернет -- Новости Бангладеш Dhaka 4750 kHz is off the air again since the evening of 18th November 2007.It had resumed transmission after the cyclone. Khulna (558 kHz) and Barisal (1287) were the two other stations directly in the line of the cyclone. Khulna is now loud and clear but I have not been able to check on Barisal Here is my monitoring of the Bangladesh Betar MW frequencies from Kolkata with ICOM R75 and 25 m Long wire 18th November 2007 evening (1700-1710UTC) and on 19th November morning (0100-0110 UTC) 558 kHz Khulna 630 kHz Dhaka 693 kHz Dhaka 1080 kHz Rajsahi 1053 kHz Rangpur 873 kHz Chittagong 19th November 2007 morning (0100-0110 UTC) 963 kHz Sylhet 846 kHz Bogra 19th November 2007 evening (1400 UTC) 999 kHz Thakurgaon (Supratik Sanatani, Kolkata, Bangladesh, via Glenn Hauser - dxldyg 19/11/2007) Беларусь 26 ноября 2007 года во Всемирный день информации Телеканал ОНТ открывает новую fm-радиостанцию. Выбор даты открытия обусловлен тем, что Радио ОНТ – это радиостанция информационно-музыкального типа. Концентрация информационных и познавательных программ на частоте 101,7 fm гораздо выше, чем на любой другой белорусской радиостанции. Главная идея Радио ОНТ – создать первое мужское радио. Маркетинговое исследование подтвердило специфичность потребностей именно этой аудитории радиослушателей. В чем идея мужского радио? Формирование эфирного пространства включает тщательный подбор тем, потенциально интересных и полезных слушателю. Творческий программинг разрабатывается с учетом мужских интересов. В подаче новостей наиболее важны именно факты. Выводы мужчина предпочитает делать самостоятельно. Формирование информационных выпусков происходит с учетом интересов аудитории, а основой структуры эфира является ритм дня слушателя. С семи утра до шести вечера в эфире звучат только новости и музыка без ведущего. Также в этот промежуток времени включаются п ознавательные программы (о высоких технологиях, бизнесе, автомобилях, культуре и др.). Ди-джеи создают настроение уже после 18 часов. В fm-пространстве Минска уже работает 15 станций, существенно отличающихся индивидуальностью, главной идеей, содержанием; и в то же время в некоторых аспектах похожих друг на друга. Но ни одна радиостанция до сих пор не выбирала своим объектом именно такую (преимущественно мужскую) аудиторию и не предлагала полного набора программ, удовлетворяющего запросам этой категории слушателей. Радио ОНТ 101,7 fm – это информационно-музыкальное фоновое радио. Такой тип вещания представлен в Беларуси впервые. Музыкальный формат радио ОНТ – Soft AC EZ (Easy Listening) – мягкий, фоновый, ненавязчивый, с преобладанием спокойных, лирических песен и большим количеством проверенных временем хитов. Радио ОНТ всегда открыто диалогу со своим слушателем и стремится больше узнать о его потребностях и интересах. (Александр Мядель, Минск, Белрусь - open_dx 22/11/2007) Великобритания BBC Центральная Азия Служба Центральной Азии и Кавказа Расписание должно быть таким, хотя и не 100%: Дни: 1-вс, 2-пн и т.д. 0300-0330 5965 1234567 Rampisham 250 62 0300-0330 6130 1234567 Limassol 250 37 0300-0330 7265 1234567 Rampisham 500 76 1630-1700 5920 1.....7 Limassol 250 359 1630-1700 7335 1.....7 Moskva 250 117 А из СВ должен работать передатчик на 1251 в Таджикистане в 3:30 UTC. Но, опять же, надо проверять (Александр Дядищев, Украина - open_dx 19/11/2007) BBC in Russian 1630-1700 on 7335 khz only and on Saturdays only.5920 khz at 1630 // 5990 under DRM,7115 and 7325 khz -it was heard and reported. (Rumen Pankov, Bulgaria - open_dx 19/11/2007) Пакистан The B07 frequency schedule of Radio Pakistan Rawalpindi III for Azad Kashmir Radio Trarkhel is as follows: 0045-0215 UT via APR-8 100 Kw on 3975 khz. 0230-0425 UT via APR-2 10 Kw on 4790 khz. 0900-1215 UT via API-8 100 Kw on 7265 khz. 1335-1430 UT via APR-2 10 Kw on 4790 khz. 1445-1815 UT via API-8 100 Kw on 4790 khz. While R. Pakistan Rawalpindi III carries clandestine Radio "Sadaye Hurriat Jammu & Kashmir-Voice of Azad Jammu Kashmir Movement" as per following schedule: 0230-0400 UT via APR-8 100 Kw at 3975 khz. 0745-0845 UT via APR-8 100 Kw frequency not yet traced. 0300-1430 UT via APR-8 100 Kw at 3975 Khz. (Aslam Javaid, Lahore, Pakistan - dxldyg 22/11/2007) -- QSL Clandestine SW RADIO AFRICA Krasnodar 11810+Kvitsoy 12035 kHz, Lettera QSL in 113 giorni. E-rpt spedito a: tech@swradioafrica.com VOICE OF OROMIA INDEPENDENCE Julich 15650 kHz, E-QSL in 2 giorni. E-rpt spedito a: Walter.Brodowsky@t-systems.com V/s: Walter Brodowsky Lussemburgo CHINA RADIO INT. Marnach 1440 kHz, Cartolina QSL, report form e origami in 45 giorni. No RP. QTH: English Service - CRI-2 - China Radio International - P. O. Box 4216 - Pechino 100040 (Cina). Moldavia WYFR FAMILY RADIO Maiac 7430 kHz, Cartolina QSL, schede, adesivi, calendarietti e opuscoli religiosi in 35 giorni. No RP. QTH: Oakland CA 94621 (Stati Uniti). Principato di Monaco RADIO MARIA FRANCE Col de la Madone 1467 kHz, Lettera QSL, cartolina, schedule e mappa Hot Bird (dal 25/11) in 8 giorni. No RP. QTH: BP 42 - 06341 La Trinite Cedex (Francia). V/s: Jean Claude Watry-Le Coordinateur. Inviato (in una busta imbottita!) CD audio della ricezione che pero e arrivato "casse"...scasse...destroyed...rotto!!! (Luca Botto Fiora, Italy - playdx2003 23/11/2007) QSL Received Last Week (12th November – 17th November 2007) Station: - Voice of Russia Date: - 29-09-2007 Frequency: - 6070 kHz Time: - 1530-1600 UTC Language: - Bengali Description: - The 60th Anniversary of the Victory The Great Patriotic War June 22, 1941 – May 9, 1945. Station: - Radio Romania International Date: - 12-08-2007 Frequency: - 17770 kHz Time: - 0530-0600UTC Language: - English Description: - The Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral in Sibiu . Station: - NHK World Radio Japan Date: - 25-10-2007 Frequency: - 15590 kHz Time: - 0700-0730 UTC Language: - Hindi Description: - “The day of autumn” (Asuka-mura, Nara Prefecture). Station: - NHK World Radio Japan Date: - 18-10-2007 Frequency: - 11890 kHz Time: - 0700-0730 UTC Language: - Hindi Description: - “Crater Lake at Dawn” (Zao-machi, Miyagi Prefecture). Station: - Radio Netherlands Wereldomroep Date: - 28-09-2007 Frequency: - 9345 kHz (Tashkent) Time: - 1500UTC Language: - English Description: - QSL 5. A Dutch Morning. Card Five: The Canals of Amsterdam; Elandsgracht. Station: - Radio Ukraine International Date: - 24-09-2007 Frequency: - 7440 kHz Time: - 0000-0100 UTC Language: - English Station: - Radio Sweden Date: - 28-10-2007 Frequency: - 11550 kHz Time: - 1430UTC Language: - English Description: - Skoklosters Slott outside Stockholm. Station: - Radio Praha Date: - 28-10-2007 Frequency: - 11600 kHz Time: - 1400-1429 UTC Description: - Minarel in Lednice. Dating from 1802, this is the oldest observation tower in the Czech Republic. It is part of the Lednice-Valtice castle and park complex in south Moravia (a UNESCO protected monument) and was built by the Lichtenstein noble family. Station: - Radio Taiwan International Date: - 15-09-2007 Frequency: - 11600 kHz Time: - 1600 UTC Language: - English Description: - Puppet master Lee Tien-Lu’s apprentices from Europe, America, Korea, Japan and Taiwan all performed puppet shows to celebrate Lee’s 80th birthday. This photo is from The Tale of the White Serpent performed by one of Lee’s third generation of apprentices. . Station: - Radio Osterreich 1 Date: - 25-10-2007 Frequency: - 17715 kHz Time: - 1200-1230 UTC Description: - The City of Salzburg. Station: - Deutsche Welle Date: - 06-04-2007 Frequency: - 9645 kHz (Trincomalee) Time: - 1700-1730UTC Language: - Urdu Description: - Verified by Horst Scholz, Transmission Management. Deutsche Welle. Station: - KBS World Radio Date: - 11-10-2007 Frequency: - 9515kHz Time: - 1600-1700 UTC Language: - English Description: - The Seongsan Sunrise Peak. Jeju’s volcanic islands and lava tubes have been added to the World Natural Heritage list by UNESCO. It bears great significance in that it’s the first time for a natural site in Korea to be registered on the list. The Jeju heritage site consists of Mt Halla, the Seongsan Sunrise Peak, and the island’s lava tubes. UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites is comprised of location that are deemed to have outstanding value to all mankind. The picture shows the Seongsan Sunrise Peak and Mt Halla on Jeju Island. (Mukesh Kumar, Bihar, India - CumbreDX 23/11/2007) 940 KMER WY, Kemmerer, rec. really nice letter on station letterhead in 10d for CD report. V/S: Sherry Block-Controller. I hrd and QSL'd this one back in 1968 on 950 with 5 KW. KMER moved to 940 as a downgrade so KOVO could boost. Nice to catch KMER with 150 watts. WY QSL: #20, MW QSL: 2974. Not bad, I have #35 QSL for 2007 and I only got 29 last year. Address: 436 Fossil Butte Drive, PO Box 432, Kemmerer WY 83101. (Patrick Martin, Oregon, USA - hard-core-dx 24/11/2007) 700 kHz BRASIL: Radio Eldorado, Sao Paulo (Programa ‘Sao Paulo de Todos os Tempos’, entrevista com o PY2UAJ, Ulysses Galletti), 5 dias. Recebido: e-QSL. V/S (?): Geraldo Nunes, produtor e apresentador do referido programa. Informe de recepcao enviado por divulgacao previa de confirmacao do mesmo pela Internet, para: SPaulo@radioeldorado.com.br (Rudolf Grimm, Sao Bernardo-SP, Brasil). 6095 kHz MARIANAS DO NORTE, Ilhas: R. Free Asia, via Tinian, 10 dias. Recebido: Cartao QSL ’ years of broadcasting excellence, September 29, 1996-2007’. V/S: ‘Your friends at Radio Free Asia’. Informe de recepcao enviado por e-mail para: qsl@rfa.org (Rudolf Grimm, Sao Bernardo-SP, Brasil). 7170 kHz TURQUIA: Voice of Turkey, Emirler, 27 dias. Recebido: cartao QSL. V/S: ?. Informe de recepcao enviado por e-mail para: tsr@trt.net.tr (Rudolf Grimm, Sao Bernardo-SP, Brasil). 15240 kHz SUECIA: R. Sweden, Horby, 32 dias. Recebido: Cartao QSL. V/S: Alle Ungermael (?, parcialmente legivel). Informe de recepcao enviado por e-mail para: radiosweden@sr.se (Rudolf Grimm, Sao Bernardo-SP, Brasil). 15700 kHz MARIANAS DO NORTE, Ilhas: R. Free Asia, via Tinian, 10 dias. Recebido: Cartao QSL ’ years of broadcasting excellence, September 29, 1996-2007’. V/S: ‘Your friends at Radio Free Asia’. Informe de recepcao enviado por e-mail para: qsl@rfa.org (Rudolf Grimm, Sao Bernardo-SP, Brasil - radioescutas 24/11/2007) - Монако Monaco R. Maria France 1467 kHz - B.P. 42 - 06341 La Trinite Cedex - Francia con lettera + card + schedule in 13 giorni. v/s Jean Claude Watry Coordinateur. Si 0.60 Euro. http://www.radiomaria.fr/ (Roberto Pavanello, Italy - playdx2003 22/11/2007) США/Великобритания 13720 Family Radio Arabic BCB to Middle East via Skelton Transmitter. Full data ( with site) 'Three Decades of Faithful Service' QSL Card in 37 days. E-mail report to: intl@familyradio.com (Edward Kusalik-Alberta,CANADA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) США/Молдавия 7430 Family Radio English BCB to Europe via Grigoripol Transmitter. Full data ( with site) 'Three Decades of Faithful Service' QSL Card in 39 days. E-mail report to: intl@familyradio.com (Edward Kusalik-Alberta,CANADA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) Судан 9825 Miraya FM Sudan (reported to be via Cerrik) Sent a e-mail report to hersh@un.org for a report of their Broadcast heard on the 12th from *1500-1536 hrs. Reply from Nanci Hersh with a MS Document e-mail Reception Report with my details filled in with Miraya FM Logo. I wrote back and asked for a clarification of a confirmation. The reply from Nanci Hersh was the fact they do not have a QSL card and confirmations are via e-mail only. Initially reply on a confirmation was within a 24 hours period. v/s: Nanci Hersh (Edward Kusalik-Alberta,CANADA - CumbreDX 21/11/2007) -- Аппаратура 73!



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