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Boletin Nº 60

INDICE Pagina 4 Albert Muick [HCDX]

QSL Report for Al Muick

Pagina 5 Rubén Walter Suarez Julian Hardstone Dario Monferini

Emisora del FNRP Sky Waves CRI: Sondaggio online sul 18° Congresso Nazionale del PCC

Pagina 6 Roberto Pavanello

Nord Atlantico 2012

Pagina 12 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

NWS182 Sun Aug 19, 2012

Pagina 14 Yimber Gaviria

España: La Televisión Española: ¿otra vez en las manos del Gobierno?

Pagina 15 Horacio Nigro Jose A. Kucher Associação DX do Brasil

Receptor Web SDR en linea de Utwente actualizado. Ahora es cobertura general!!! Despedida del director de CVC la voz a los operadored de Calera de Tango Criado o Conselho Consultivo do Rádio Digital

Pagina 16 Rubén Guillermo Margenet Onda Livre Associação DX do Brasil

FW: Desde CVC La Voz Governo vai concessionar a RTP1 e fechar a RTP2 O rádio completa 90 anos no Brasil

Pagina 17 Yimber Gaviria Rafael Rodríguez

La radio podría desaparecer por culpa de Apple III Encuentro Diexista Colombo-Venezolano

Pagina 18 Mauricio Pimenta - PY4ID Rafael Rodríguez

Vendo ou troco Celular ZTC - C 700 + Concurso Internacional DX

Pagina 19 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

USA: Radio Free Asia announces its 47th QSL Colombia: Radio Sutatenza, la utopía que se convirtió en hito educativo

Pagina 20 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

NWS183 Sun Aug 26, 2012

Pagina 27 Yimber Gaviria

Guatemala: Radio Qawinaqel transmite en dos idiomas

Pagina 28 Yimber Gaviria

Colombia: 77 años de La Voz de Armenia

Pagina 29 Yimber Gaviria

Suiza: Informar, misión delicada en tiempos de guerra

Pagina 30 Asociación Diexman Uruguay

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Yimber Gaviria

Argentina: Ya son 93 comunicadores católicos los confirmados para gran radio teatro

Pagina 31 Ruben Walter Suarez

Ya se viene la 4ª edición del mayor evento digital del año: IAB Fórum capítulo Uruguay

Pagina 32 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Argentina: Hoy la radio argentina celebra su día España: Nace una radio digital creada por y para los emprendedores

Pagina 33 Onda Livre Yimber Gaviria

Antena 3 pode vir a fechar / Governo vai concessionar a RTP1 e fechar a RTP2 Angola: Inaugurada Radio "Kairós" de la Iglesia Metodista

Pagina 34 Yimber Gaviria Enrique A. Wembagher

Argentina: Inauguraron la radio de la Universidad Nacional del Sur Invitación: Muestra anual de radios antiguas en el Museo Lumiton

Pagina 35 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Colombia: Suspenden Radio Mar Caribe, emisora de Édgar Perea en Barranquilla Colombia: Producción discográfica rinde homenaje a Radio Sutatenza

Pagina 36 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Colombia: RCN Radio y la Cadena Súper firman acuerdo Colombia: Blu Radio comenzará a emitir señal el 6 de septiembre

Pagina 37 Marina Arrocha C. Arnaldo Slaen Arnaldo Slaen

Contesta Email de la ADU ARGENTINA: Nueva emisora de amplitud modulada en la Provincia de Entre Rios PÈRU: Pachamama Radio celebra su noveno aniversario

Pagina 38 38 Arnaldo Slaen Anker Petersen

Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 39 39 Glenn Hauser

Logs August 23, 2012

Pagina 40 Rafael Martínez

Escuchas

Pagina 41 Anatoly Klepov

Extracto del RUS-DX # 678, 26 August 2012

Pagina 43 Roberto Pavanello Nestor Paulero

Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 44 Rodolfo Tizzi Álex Robert Glenn Hauser

Escuchas Escuchas Logs August 23-24, 2012

Pagina 47 Pedro F. Arrunátegui

Chasqui DX PFA – Agosto 2012

Pagina 48 Glenn Hauser Manuel Mendez

Logs August 25-26, 2012 Escuchas

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CONTENIDO Albert Muick [HCDX] QSL Report for Al Muick From: Albert Muick - Subject: [HCDX] QSL Report for Al Muick BARBADOS, Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, 900, no data confirmation of reception email from Pearson Bowen, Program Manager in 297 days for English airmail report and 1 IRC and follow-up via email. Verification email arrived 1 day after follow-up. Pearson stated they had mailed me a QSL and it appeared I had not received it, for which they pologized and they are mailing another one to me. pbowen(at)cbc(dot)bb CANADA, CFRA 580, Ottawa, Ontario. No data confirmation email in 171 days for English report via airmail with US $2.00 and follow-up via email. QSL email arrived several hours after follow-up to Steve Winogron, Program Director steve(dot)winogron(at)chumradio(dot)com ICELAND, RUV Rikisutvarpid, 189, full data radio receiver collection folder QSL in 302 days for airmail English report with 2 IRCs and follow-up via email. Card received 6 days (!) after follow-up email to frettir(at)ruv(dot)is . V/s Jonina Lydsdottir, International Relations. The radio(at)suv(dot)is email address listed in WRTH is not valid and does not exist. USA, WHKT 1650, Portsmouth, Virginia, no data email confirming my reception, apologizing for the "snail's pace" of the reply and promising a written QSL in 174 days for English report and US $1.00 sent via first-class mail. V/s Rodney Suiter, Operations (rodney(at)1650whkt(dot)com). Verification arrived several hours after follow-up. USA, WFBL 1390, Syracuse, New York, no data confirmation email in 197 days for English report sent via first-class mail with 2 first-class stamps as return postage and a follow-up via email. Verification received several hours after follow-up. V/s. Don Wagner, GM. d(dot)wagner(at)lmgiradio(dot)com Well! It certainly seems that email actually works in follow-ups, providing you are able to reach the right person. Had I actually believed that for the last year or so, I might have saved myself considerable expense in postage and registered airmail fees along with substantial amounts of US currency as return postage. Let's see how long my luck holds out. I visit the station websites and search for email addresses with about 70% success. I find that the email addresses in the WRTH are mostly out-of-date or invalid. I also received a very friendly email from Ediline Mutize of CVC 1Africa in Zambia, apologizing that I had not received my QSL, and stating that they were preparing to mail another to me. She states that "The times have certainly changed but SW still remains a useful tool in communicating with Africa." I am eagerly awaiting this QSL. She does not re-confirm my reception in the email, so I do not count it as a QSL, but will await the actual postal QSL. At this point, I am absolutely horrified at the amount of domestic and international reception reports which apparently have not reached their destinations and QSLs which apparently have not reached me. I do not know whether this is outright theft or a result of the understaffing of our crumbling American postal system. The only postal mail which seems to arrive at its destination is mail that is accountable (i.e. registered or certified). I am compiling a spreadsheet and statistics which I will mail (ha!) to the US Postmaster General for his edification. 73 - Al Muick - Williamsport PA USA http://www.hard-core-dx.com/ Send Hard-Core-DX mailing list submissions to [email protected] To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit http://montreal.kotalampi.com/mailman/listinfo/hard-core-dx or, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to [email protected]

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Rubén Walter Suarez Emisora del FNRP Emisoras y programas del Frente Nacional de Resistencia Popular – F.N.R.P. (Honduras) Esta lista está siendo actualizada. Para mayor información o inclusión de otros espacios radiales escribir a: [email protected] Programas: 1. Programa Radial LIBRE: Transmitido por Radio Globo de 7 a 8 pm. Lunes a Viernes 2. De la Resistencia al Poder: Radio Gualcho, Miércoles y Sabádo, 5:00 pm 3. Programa Radial Resistencia: Radio Globo, Lunes a Viernes, 8:00 a 9:00 pm 4. Avancemos: Radio Gualcho, Martes y Jueves, 5;00 pm 5. Siempre de Frente con el Frente: Radio Atlantis, Danlí, El Paraíso, De Lunes a Sábado, 7:00 pm Emisoras radiales: 1. Radio Zacate Grande: Zacate Grande 2. Radio Gualcho: Tegucigalpa 3. Radio UNO: San Pedro Sula 4. Radio Toncontín: Curarén, Francisco Morazán 5. Radio Orquídea. Tocoa, Colón. 6. Radio Patria en Resistencia: Catacamas, Olancho. Fuente: http://resistenciahonduras.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4546:programas-radiales-delfnrp&catid=95:resistencia&Itemid=334

Julian Hardstone SKY Wavweves BBC Radio Kent, BBC Radio Lincolnshire, BBC Radio Merseyside and BBC Radio Nottingham will lose programming on their MW tx for 5 weeks, on 774+1602, 1368, 1458 and 1584kHz respectively. These tx will carry a looped annaouncement http://www.bbc.co.uk/reception/mwtrial/ Julian Hardstone http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/skywavesmw/ This group is for everyone interested in the hobby of long-distance radio reception on mediumwaves (MW) longwaves (LW) and MF generally. The related group for FM TV DX is SkywavesDX Post message: [email protected] Subscribe: [email protected]

Dario Monferini CRI: Sondaggio online sul 18° Congresso Nazionale del PCC Amici ascoltatori. Nel 2012, come in altri paesi e regioni al mondo, si svolgono in Cina le elezioni dei propri leader e come grande paese in via di sviluppo, il partito al governo, il Partito comunista cinese, terrà il 18° Congresso Nazionale per decidere la nuova leadership. Durante il congresso si discuteranno e decideranno le grandi questioni dei prossimi 5-10 anni, inerenti il Partito ed il Paese. Ora, RCI e CIBN lanciano un sondaggio mondiale su i grandi temi caldi del 18° Congresso. Tra tutti i partecipanti all'estero, se ne estrarranno a sorte 3000 che riceveranno un ricordo prezioso. Invitiamo tutti a partecipare numerosi. Ecco di seguito il indirizzo del sito web: http://italian.cri.cn/861/2012/08/23/281s164368.htm CRI, RADIO CINA INTERNAZIONALE – P. O. Box 4216 – CRI 37 – 100040 Beijing – Cina Popolare e-mail [email protected] [email protected]

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Roberto Pavanello Nord Atlantico 2012 Una diecina di anni f‫ א‬in “ Alle falde del Kilimangiaro “ venne presentato un servizio su di un viaggio “ via superficie “ dall’ Italia all’ Islanda con imbarco in Danimarca e sosta alle Isole Faroe. Decisi subito di aggiungerlo alla lista del mio “ pozzo dei desideri “. Certo, c’erano mete ben pi‫ ש‬ambite sia dal punto di vista turistico che radiofonico, e a queste sempre detti la precedenza, ma mai mi dimenticai di quel progetto ed in questo 2012, finalmente, l’ ho realizzato. I traghetti dal continente all’ Islanda hanno frequenza settimanale percui il tempo che si pu‫ ע‬dedicare a questo paese ‫ט‬ di, appunto, una settimana, mettiamoci poi una settimana di traghetto e di sosta alle Faroe, rimane, se come nel mio caso si desidera fare un viaggio di tre settimane, una settimana da dedicare al trasferimento dall’ Italia alla Danimarca visitando un po’ di citt‫ א‬europee. Il rientro lo si pu‫ ע‬benissimo fare via aereo dalla Danimarca ( il target era di andare in Islanda via superficie, non anche tornarci !!! ). E cosi ‫ ט‬stato, certo come sempre ho visitato anche stazioni radiofoniche anche se in questo caso direi che sono state molto poche, non tanto per una precisa scelta di trascurarle a scapito della parte puramente turistica del viaggio ma perch‫ ט‬pi‫ ש‬di tanto di radio da visitare non ce n’erano..... Naturalmente in questo articolo sar‫ א‬dato grande spazio alla parte radiofonica del viaggio e anche cenni alle opportunit‫ א‬di ascolto italiano delle varie emittenti trattate non mancheranno. Detto ci‫ ע‬andiamo ad iniziare, anzi partiamo..... Erano le 20.45 di venerdi 27 luglio quando alla stazione ferroviaria di Vercelli, prendevo il primo treno del lungo viaggio, quello a destinazione di Milano Centrale ove arrivavo alle 21.45. Solita breve sosta e alle 23.38 la partenza, in vagone letto, per Parigi. Si tanto per cambiare avevo deciso che il modo migliore di iniziare era quello di fare una puntatina nella capitale francese!!!!! Alle 09.29 del giorno successivo ero alla Gare de Lyon, subito mi trasferivo al mio solito hotel fra la Gare de Lyon e Place de la Bastille e dopo aver depositato il mio bagaglione via, nuove avventure mi attendevano. Subito raggiungevo la sede di Oui FM, l’ emittente di musica dance attiva sui 102.3 MHz e con cui sempre inizio i miei tour radiofonici parigini. Era un tentativo disperato dato che la giornata era quella del sabato ed, infatti, era tutto chiuso. Andavo quindi alla stazione della metr‫ ע‬di Place de Bastille e partivo a destinazione della libreria sede legale di Radio Libertarie, l’ emittente della Federazione Anarchica Francese attiva su 89.4 MHz. Era di sabato, ma essendo una libreria qualche speranza di trovarla aperta l’ avevo ! Li giunto, bel colpo di fortuna, la libreria era aperta, non avevano adesivi, ma la prima T-shirt del viaggio veniva raccolta !!!! Proseguivo, facendo lo slalom fra le 30 mignotte gi‫ א‬al lavoro a quell’ ora, verso l' unica sede di Skyrock e Chante France, i due network nazionali di musica rock il primo e di musica francese il secondo, operanti in Parigi, rispettivamente su 96.0 e 90.9 MHz. Non ‫ ט‬che sperassi di trovarla aperta ma speravo, cosi era successo nell' aprile 2011, di trovare qualche loro nuovo adesivo appiccicato fuori dalla porta, di modo che avrei potuto immediatamente procedere al loro distacco. Purtroppo le mie speranze restavano solo speranze..... A questo punto ancora metr‫ ע‬per raggiungere l’ Ile e li farmi la solita scorpacciata di escargots e poi al pomeriggio visita al Museo della Marina ( un omaggio al mare e alla marina in questo viaggio che mi avrebbe portato a compiere la pi‫ש‬ lunga navigazione mai fatta in vita mia ). A sera una passeggiata sui Champs chiudeva questa ennesima giornata parigina. Domenica mattina il primo trasferimento del viaggio. Sveglia alle 08 e alle 09.25 partenza dalla Gare du Nord verso la Gare du Midi di Bruxelles ove arrivavo alle 10.47. Alle 11.30 altro treno, questa volta a destinazione della meta del giorno, Charleroi ove giungevo alle 12.20. La sosta in Charleroi, la prima delle localit‫ א‬da me raggiunte per la prima volta durante questo viaggio, era stata programmata per poter visitare Marcinelle, un sobborgo a sud della citt‫א‬, diventato tristemente famoso per due episodi di cronaca. Il pi‫ ש‬recente, se ben ricordo negli anni ’90, quello del “ mostro di Marcinelle “, un pedofilo che per anni, forse anche con “ elevate “ coperture, ha rapito, violentato, torturato ed ucciso le sue vittime, e l’ altro risalente all’ 8 agosto 1956, quando il pi‫ ש‬grande incidente minerario mai avvenuto in Europa provoc‫ ע‬la morte di 262 minatori di cui 136 di nazionalit‫ א‬italiana, all’ epoca considerati dalla popolazione locale poco pi‫ ש‬che delle bestie da soma ( all’ epoca, oggi la Regina ‫ ט‬un’ italiana ed il Primo Ministro il figlio di emigranti abruzzesi ). Negli spazi che erano della miniera oggi esiste un memoriale alle vittime con ampie documentazione di quelle che allora erano le condizioni di vita e di lavoro dei minatori. Per andare da Charleroi a Marcinelle ‫ ט‬sufficiente prendere l’ autobus 52 ed in poco pi‫ ש‬di un quarto d’ ora si arriva al memoriale. Li trascorrevo il pomeriggio domenicale, sicuramente un momento un po’ triste ed emozionante ma anche di quelli che ti f‫ א‬sentire orgoglioso di essere italiano. Rientrato da Marcinelle facevo una passeggiata nei pressi dell’ albergo riuscendo anche a staccare, da dei pali della luce, due adesivi locali di Sud Radio ed uno di FM Charleroi. Luned‫ ל‬30 luglio il primo giorno di “ tour radiofonici “. In mattinata, appena uscito dall’ hotel, raggiungevo la sede di Radio Italia Charleroi, emittente di lingua italiana per la nostra comunit‫ א‬nazionale attiva su 105.2 MHz. La stazione, di propriet‫ א‬di una famiglia palermitana residente in Charleroi da pi‫ ש‬di 30 anni, ha iniziato ad operare ben 25 anni f‫ א‬per servire la nostra comunit‫ א‬nazionale che nella zona di Charleroi conta ben 60.000 membri. Il proprietario era assente ma la moglie, l’ emittente ‫ ט‬infatti situata dentro la loro abitazione, ben volentieri mi faceva entrare all’ interno per una fotografia allo studio e per spiegarmi un po’ il tipo di programmazione basato su ritrasmissioni dei programmi RAI, sulla musica italiana e sull’ informazione locale. Venivo anche omaggiato di alcuni nuovi adesivi, i primi del viaggio .Tornato in centro facevo un salto all’ indirizzo riportato sul WRTH della sede locale della RTBF, l’ emittente governativa della comunit‫ א‬vallona, Passage de la Borse, ma li giunto trovavo solo degli uffici abbandonati e sprangati, solo una targa ancora posta all’ esterno, che fotografavo, testimoniava che li c’era stata una stazione radiofonica. La prima di una

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lunga serie di “ tampate “ agli indirizzi del WRTH!!!!! Tornato in albergo a ritirare i bagagli, gi‫ א‬alle 12.07 ero in grado di prendere un treno per tornare a Bruxelles ove arrivavo, alle Gare du Midi, alle 12.53. Subito nel nuovo hotel e poi il primo tour radiofonico del viaggio proseguiva fra le emittenti della capitale belga. In metr‫ ע‬raggiungevo la sede di Twizz FM 101.4 MHz, emittente musicale francofona da me raggiunta per la prima volta. Avevo un appuntamento con Stephanie Ciardiello, giornalista di chiare origine italiane, anche se preferisce parlare francese, che mi faceva visitare la vasta e modernissima sede di questa stazione, di propriet‫ א‬di un gruppo multimediale che edita anche due quotidiani cittadini e che oltre a coprire Bruxelles, serve anche le pi‫ ש‬importanti citt‫ א‬vallone. Al termine della visita omaggiavo Stephanie di alcuni adesivi di radio italiane che lei ricambiava con bellissimi adesivi, mai visti prima di allora, di Twizz FM. In tram mi spostavo verso l’ unica sede, se pur con indirizzi ufficiali diversi e due entrate separate, delle due emittenti pubbliche governative, la Vlaamse Radio en Televisieomroep ( VRT ) l’ emittente di lingua fiamminga attiva per le Fiandre e Brussels ( Bruxelles ‫ ט‬l’ unica citt‫ א‬belga considerata ufficialmente bilingue ) e la Radio Television Belge de la Communaute Francaise ( RTBF ) attiva in francese per Bruxelles e la Vallonia. La VRT attiva 5 differenti programmi in FM, Radio Een ( 1 ) di musica, informazione e sport , Radio Twee ( 2 ) di musica leggera popolare, Radio Klara di musica classica, Studio Brussel il programma per il pubblico giovanile e MNM di hits. Esisteva anche un servizio per l’estero, ultimamente solo in lingua fiamminga e solo sull’ onda media di 927 KHz denominato Radio Vlaanderen International ma ora ‫ ט‬stato soppresso. La RTBF attiva, ovviamente in francese, anch’ essa 5 servizi tutti sull’ FM denominati Vivacit‫ט‬, di light music, Premiere FM, Musique 3 di musica classica, Classic 21 di oldies e classic rock e Pure FM per i giovani.. La RTBF ha tuttora un servizio per l’ estero, RTBF International, messo in onda solo sulle onde medie e precisamente sulla frequenza di 621 KHz ove la sua ricezione ‫ ט‬possibile senza problemi anche in Italia. In pratica l’ unica possibilit‫א‬ di ricezione italiana del Belgio ‫ ט‬proprio quella offertaci da questo trasmettitore. Triste agonia della radiodiffusione internazionale di un paese che aveva fatto la storia della radiodiffusione sulle onde corte coi suoi trasmettitori attivi gi‫א‬ negli anni ’50 dai suoi possedimenti congolesi. Appena sceso dal tram raggiungevo subito la reception della VRT ed in perfetto inglese ( mai rivolgersi ad un fiammingo parlando francese ) chiedevo se potevo raggiungere la boutique per comprare un nuovo esemplare della T-shirt di Studio Brussels che in quel momento indossavo. Tristissima risposta: “ la boutique non esiste pi‫ ש‬da 4 anni, ‫ ט‬solo virtuale in Internet “. Naturalmente adesivi alla reception non ne avevano e l’ entrare senza un appuntamento con qualcuno era follia solo a pensarlo!!!! Stessa identica risposta alla reception francese, percui fine delle razzie alla radio belga!!! Sempre pi‫ ש‬difficile e sempre peggio raccattare materiali radiofonici!!! Dato il definitivo addio alla sede della radiotelevisione pubblica belga a piedi raggiungevo la vicina locale sede belga di due network radiofonici francesi NRJ e Radio Nostalgie 100.0 MHz. Adesivi alla reception non ne avevano ma la gentile receptionista di omaggiava di alcune cartoline. Meglio di nulla!!! Il tour radiofonico pomeridiano di Bruxelles era cosi terminato, una passeggiata dopo cena sulla meravigliosa Grand Place concludeva anche quest’ altra giornata. Erano le 07.30, quando marted‫ ל‬31 luglio suonava la sveglia. Colazione e poi ancora alla Gare du Midi, per partire, alle 08.52 a destinazione della seconda localit‫ א‬per la prima volta visitata durante questo viaggio, Rotterdam, in Olanda, ove giungevo alle 10.03, pronto a dedicare l’ intera giornata alla parte turistica del soggiorno, con una visita al Museum Boysman, all’ Euromast, al porto, con un giro in battello, e, speravo, al Radio Museum. Due parole, naturalmente, su questo museo scoperto per puro caso grazie al fatto che nel 2011 i nostri colleghi del Benelux DX Club hanno svolto nelle sue sale la loro assemblea annuale e subito inserito nel programma di viaggio. Diciamo subito che ‫ ט‬stato una delle tante “ tampate “ di questo viaggio: esso ‫ ט‬aperto solo ai pomeriggi di sabato e domenica!!!!! Date le sue dimensioni non credo, comunque, di aver perso molto!!! Era il giorno successivo, il per me festivo 1 agosto festa patronale di Vercelli, quello delle visite alle emittenti pubbliche di Rotterdam, quella municipale e quella regionale, poste a poche decine di metri una dall’ altra. Iniziavo dalla regionale, Radio Rijmond 93.4 MHz. Non avevo ricevuto alcuna risposta alle mie numerose e-mail inviate, percui mi limitavo a chiedere alla reception se avevano adesivi. La receptionista mi diceva che li non ne aveva ma che avrebbe chiesto sopra di portarmene. Qualche minuto dopo, scendeva, una gentile fanciulla che mi consegnava una bella borsa arancione. Ringraziavo ed appena uscito ne controllavo il contenuto. Trovavo cosi un pallone da spiaggia, un ventaglio, una biro e finalmente., in fondo in fondo, UN adesivo!!!! Meno male !!! Mi spostavo quindi alla sede legale della municipale, Lokale Omroep Rotterdam che opera due differenti servizi, Fun X su 91.8 MHz e Megastad FM su 93.9 MHz. Volevo solo scattare una fotografia in quanto gi‫ א‬sapevo che non avrei trovato nulla in quanto a quell’ indirizzo, quello riportato dal WRTH, da informazioni avute via e-mail dalla stessa emittente non vi ‫ ט‬null’ altro che la sede legale, gli studi radiofonici sono all’ indirizzo, non esistente sul WRTH, di Plompestastraat 16 – 3087 BD Rotterdam, una “ location “ troppo periferica affinch‫ י‬potesse essere da me raggiunta quel giorno. Scattata la fotografia e terminato cosi con le emittenti, tornavo in albergo a ritirare il bagaglio per subito trasferirmi alla stazione ferroviaria di Rotterdam per poter partire, alle 13.06 a destinazione di Amsterdam ove arrivavo alle 13.44. Raggiunto il nuovo albergo, depositavo i bagagli ( alla reception in quanto mi rifiutavo di fare con una valigia di 22 Kg. i 4 piani di una scala a chiocciola che neanche nel nascondiglio di Anna Frank … ) e subito tornavo in stazione ove prendevo la metropolitana cittadina per raggiungere la stazione Amstel della medesima e poi la vicina sede di BNR Niews Radio, un network nazionale di notizie ed informazioni attivo in Amsterdam su 88.9 MHz. Avevo un appuntamento con Patrick van Ewijk Broadcast Engineer della medesima che mi accompagnava ad una visita delle modernissime e spaziose installazioni. Veramente una bella radio, ma anch’ essa non ha problemi economici; ‫ ט‬infatti di propriet‫ א‬del pi‫ ש‬importante quotidiano finanziario olandese, in parole povere, anzi ricche, l’ equivalente della nostra Radio 24: Patrick era veramente gentilissimo ed altri adesivi, al termine della visita, si aggiungevano al mio bottino.

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Lasciata la BNR il tour radiofonico proseguiva con una visita, grazie al tram urbano nr. 2, alla sede della locale stazione pubblica regionale, la RTV Noord Holland, attiva in Amsterdam su 93.9 MHz. Quarta mia visita all’ emittente e quarto strepitoso successo: la solita gentilissima receptionista anche questa volta non mi lasciava a mani vuote ed un’ altra ventina di adesivi finivano nella mia sacca. Anche il tour radiofonico olandese era cosi terminato, tornavo in albergo e dopo cena una passeggiata, vi sar‫ א‬facile immaginare dove essendo in Amsterdam, chiudeva la giornata. In treno anche gioved‫ ל‬2 agosto. Gi‫ א‬alle 07.04 la partenza per Diusburg, in Germania, ove arrivavo alle 09.06, per poi ripartire, dopo una sosta colazione al bar, alle 09.46 a destinazione di Amburgo ove arrivavo alle 14.30 con un’ora e mezza di ritardo sul programmato, forse a causa di un incidente ad un treno merci nel nodo ferroviario di Amburgo, per subito iniziare un rapido tour delle emittenti cittadine. Uscito dall’ albergo subito raggiungevo la metropolitana sotterranea per andare alla nuova sede di Radio Aster 106.8 MHz. Purtroppo sbagliavo l’ interpretazione della piantina di Google Maps che mi ero stampato, ma me ne sarei accorto solo a sera inoltrata e quindi, logicamente, Radio Alster non la trovavo. Peccato con loro non ero mai rimasto a mani vuote! Comunque l’ indirizzo che troverete a fine articolo ‫ ט‬giusto, sono stato io ad avere avuto un momento di blocco cerebrale !!! ! Tornato alla metr‫ ע‬mi spostavo all’ emittente pubblica di Amburgo, la NDR – Norddeutscher Rundfunk. Sulla struttura della N.D.R. ho lungamente parlato 4 anni fa nell’ articolo sul viaggio al Circolo Polare Artico e quindi ad esso vi rimando, ma qui voglio ancora ricordare che l’ emittente ‫ ט‬attiva anche sulle onde medie, e precisamente sulle frequenze di 702, 792, 828 e 972 KHz e che nel Nord Italia, durante i mesi invernali, la possiamo sintonizzare addirittura in lingua italiana, dalle 19 alle 20, ora locale, in quanto ‫ ט‬la N.D.R. che irradia il programma per gli italiani in Germania realizzato da Radio Colonia, la redazione italiana della Westdeutscher Rundfunk. La receptionista era la solita gentildonna sempre trovata dalla prima visita del 1996, ma questa volta gli adesivi erano finiti e di nuovi ‫ ט‬da anni che la N.D.R. non ne realizza. Con la stessa linea della metr‫ ע‬raggiungevo la locale sede della multinazionale dell’ etere NRJ, in Amburgo su 97.1 MHz. Non restavo a mani vuote: niente adesivi, ma per la prima volta da una stazione radio, un timer da cucina per la misurazione del tempo di cottura delle uova!!!!!. Toccava ad un’ altra nuova sede, quella di Radio Hamburg 103.6 e 104.0 MHz condivisa con Oldie 95. Qui pi‫ ש‬che qualche cartolina, di entrambe le stazioni, non ricevevo. In pratica per la prima volta un tour radiofonico di Amburgo si era concluso senza neanche riuscire a raccogliere un adesivo!!! Restava anche il dispiacere di aver dovuto, anche questa volta, trascurare l’ Hamburger Lokale Radio, l’ emittente operante durante tutti i giorni, dalle 11 alle 12 ora italiana sull’ onda corta di 5980 KHz e la prima domenica di ogni mese anche sulla frequenza di 6045 KHz e sintonizzabile senza problemi anche in Italia. Il fatto ‫ ט‬che la sua sede ‫ט‬ talmente periferica che fra andare e tornare ci vorrebbe almeno mezza giornata e quindi bisognerebbe trascurare tutte le altre stazioni. Tornavo in albergo, cenavo in un ottimo ristorante italiano posto proprio in fronte alla stazione ferroviaria e poi un’ escursione serale nel pi‫ ש‬noto quartiere cittadino ( mi rendo perfettamente conto che questo racconto sta diventando sempre pi‫ ש‬interessante per i depravati frequentatori dei quartieri a luce rosse europei, ma la cosa non ‫ ט‬stata assolutamente voluta, ‫ ט‬solo che per andare da Parigi alla Danimarca, il percorso da compiere ‫ט‬ questo!!! ). La mattina di venerdi 3 agosto la partenza per la Danimarca. Partenza da Amburgo alle 09.30, arrivo, in Danimarca, a Fredericia alle 12.51. Alle 13.39 ripartenza per Aalborg ove arrivavo alle 16.09, alle 17.00 pullman per Hjorring ove si arrivava alle 18.17 e quindi l’ ultima partenza, alle 19.22 per Hirthals, il porto danese da cui salpano le navi per l’ Islanda e le Isole Faroe, ove arrivavo alle 19.44. Cena e minipasseggiata chiudevano la pi‫ ש‬faticosa giornata del viaggio. Sabato 4 agosto era il giorno in cui mi imbarcavo per lasciare il continente, ma la partenza era nel pomeriggio per cui al mattino avevo ancora tutto il tempo per visitare un po’ meglio questa piccola cittadina da cui partono anche diversi traghetti per la Norvegia. Chiss‫ א‬che magari nel 2018??? Finalmente, alle 15.30 il battello della Smyril Line, con me a bordo, lasciava Hirtshals a destinazione di Torshavn, il capoluogo delle Isole Faroe, ove arrivavo alle 21.30, dopo un viaggio di tutto relax trascorso leggendo un bel librone, il Codice Da Vinci e dando una visione alle Isole Shetland, di domenica 5 agosto. Il successivo lunedi iniziavo il tour radiofonico di Torshavn, ma prima due parole su questo paese, da me raggiunto per la prima, e credo unica, volta. Le Faroe sono un arcipelago di 18 isole con circa 50.000 abitanti, pi‫ ש‬o meno la stessa popolazione di Vercelli, situato pressappoco a met‫ א‬strada fra la Scozia e l’ Islanda, nel pieno dell’ Oceano Atlantico. Sono uno stato indipendente, non membro dell’ Unione Europea, con un proprio governo ed un proprio parlamento ma associato al Regno di Danimarca, percui il capo dello stato ‫ ט‬la Regina Margareta di Danimarca. Certamente non sono una delle pi‫ ש‬ambite mete turistiche europee, ma sicuramente un paio di giorni di permanenza nel corso di una vita li meritano. Credo per‫ ע‬sia anche giusto rimarcare che la cosa pi‫ ש‬nota delle Isole Faroe ‫ ט‬un barbarico ed inutile massacro di cetacei che annualmente viene svolto in barba alle proteste di tutti gli animalisti ed in nome di una presunta eredit‫א‬ storico-culturale. Detto ci‫ ע‬andiamo ad iniziare Appena uscito dall’ hotel cercavo la sede di RAS2, l’ emittente commerciale situata proprio sul lungomare cittadino, operante, per Torshavn, su 102.0 MHz. Sia la loro web che il WRTH danno come indirizzo quello sotto riportato. Peccato che questa via, che ‫ ט‬quella che costeggia il porticciolo turistico, abbia da un lato le barche ormeggiate e sull’ altro i retri di due case che hanno l’ ingresso nella via parallela all’ interno ed un megaparcheggio. Sfido chiunque a trovare RAS2 in quel luogo. Io naturalmente non ci sono riuscito!!! Non mi restava altro da fare che iniziare una passeggiata in leggera salita, per raggiungere alla periferia di Torshavn la sede della radio-televisione nazionale, la Kringvarp Foroya Utvarpid ( K.F.U. ), l’ emittente operante sia su varie frequenze di FM, per tutto l’ arcipelago, (89.9 MHz quella per la capitale) che sull’ onda media di 531 KHz. Quest’utima frequenza ‫ ט‬attivata con un trasmettitore da 100 KWatt, una potenza sicuramente “ esagerata “ per la copertura del solo arcipelago, ma

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evidentemente, da parte dell’ emittente vi ‫ ט‬la volont‫ א‬di poter servire anche la locale flotta di pescherecci nel Nord Atlantico. Tale potenza permette una ricezione senza grossi problemi, nelle ore serali e notturne, fin verso il centro della Germania, ma non in Italia, ove il canale dei 531 KHz durante queste ore ‫ ט‬stradominato dal programma in arabo della radio algerina. Tuttavia un ascolto della K.F.U. in Italia ‫ ט‬stato effettuato, 2 o 3 anni f‫ א‬durante un anno di bassa attivit‫ א‬solare, l’ ideale quindi per il Dxing in onde medie, dal noto DXer di Buccinasco, Mauro Giroletti. Quando, quindi, tentare l’ ascolto italiano della K.F.U. ? Nei pomeriggi dei mesi invernali, diciamo da novembre a gennaio, quando gi‫א‬ verso le 15-15.30 UTC il sole tramonta sulle Isole Faroe, aprendo cosi la propagazione a lunga distanza dell’ onda media, mentre in Algeria il Sole ‫ ט‬ancora ben alto sull’ orizzonte e quindi, in teoria, dovrebbe prevalere il segnale della K.F.U., bench‫ ט‬la potenza del trasmettitore algerino sia di ben 600 Kwatt. Per‫ע‬, c’‫ ט‬un per‫ !!!ע‬Sulla stessa frequenza di 531 KHz sono attivi due trasmettitori rumeni da 15 Kwatt e dato che la Romania, bench‫ ט‬pi‫ ש‬a Sud delle Isole Faroe ‫ט‬ anche molto pi‫ ש‬ad Est, quando il Sole tramonte sulle Isole Faoe sulla Romania l’ ha gi‫ א‬fatto da un bel pezzo, ed ecco che io in tutti i miei tentativi nell’ orario prima indicato sempre ho sintonizzato le radio rumene e mai la K.F.U.!!!!!! Pi‫ש‬ tardi poi inizia ad arrivare l’ Algeria e fine di ogni speranza. Per‫ ע‬se Giroletti c’‫ ט‬riuscito significa che l’ ascolto non ‫ט‬ impossibile e prima o poi, sicuramente, altri DXer potranno ripeterlo, percui, PROVIAMOCI!!!! Appena giunto di fronte all’ edificio, scattavo una foto e poi entravo dalla porta principale pensando di trovare la reception. Ed invece no, trovavo una stanza con un minimuseo della radio che subito mi fermavo ad osservare e fotografare, una macchinetta del caff‫ ט‬da cui mi servivo una cioccolata calda e l’ ingresso alla toilette che provvedevo ad utilizzare. Dalla stanza partiva uno scalone. Provavo a salirlo. Arrivato al piano di sopra incontravo una signora seduta ad una scrivania a cui provavo a chiedere se avevano adesivi. La signora parlava inglese, ma non conosceva la parola stickers percui andava alla ricerca di un suo collega nell’ ufficio a fianco. Tornava con un signore, molto gentile, a cui rinnovavo la mia richiesta e la cui risposta era “ No, non ne abbiamo ma sarebbe una bellissima idea farli, lo dir‫ ע‬al mio capo “. Quindi, cari colleghi collezionisti, se un giorno avrete un adesivo di Radio Faroe sappiate che il merito ‫ ט‬solo mio e se ne avrete uno doppio siete caldamente invitati a spedirmelo!!! HI!!! Mi soffermavo un po’ a chiacchierare e ne approfittavo per far confermare un rapporto di ricezione del collega del Sant Petersburg DX Club Alexander Beryozkin, conferma che credo sia una delle rarissime conferme della Isole Faroe. Congedatomi dalla gentile signora e dall’ ancor pi‫ש‬ gentile signore, iniziavo la discesa verso il porto per raggiungere la stazione dei taxi e da li partire a destinazione di Agir, un sobborgo di Torshavn ove, secondo il WRTH, in Bokjaragota 9, dovrebbe aver sede l’ emittente religiosa Lindi Kristiligt Kringvarp attiva, sempre per Torshavn, su 101.0 MHz. Arrivato alla stazione dei taxi mostravo al taxista il bigliettino ove avevo scritto l’ indirizzo e lui mi rispondeva “ No, questo indirizzo ‫ ט‬sbagliato, Radio Lindi non ‫ ט‬in Agir, ‫ט‬ qui in Torshavn “ “ OK, mi ci porti “ Partivamo e mi scaricava a 150 metri dal mio albergo, a 30 dal barettino ove mi ero appena fermato a fare uno spuntino, davanti alla sede della Lindi Kristiligt Kringvarp. Ero certo della visita in quanto avevo avuto una e-mail di invito da parte del Radio Manager, il Sig. Tor Arni Samuelsen che mi diceva di passare fra le 13 e le 15, ed invece, come molte volte mi succede in questi casi, no, tutto era chiuso, controllavo comunque ove mi trovavo e vedevo che effettivamente ero al numero 9 di una via ma questa non si chiamava Bokjaragota, che magari in Agir effettivamente esiste, ma Bokjarabrekka ed evidentemente fra gota e brekka in faroense cambia tutto!!! V‫ א‬beh, mi ero rotto, per l’ ennesima volta tornavo al porto, per prendere un autobus e dare inizio alla parte turistica del soggiorno con una visita a uno dei pi‫ ש‬caratteristici villaggi, quello di Kirkjubour, che ospita anche le rovine della Cattedrale di St. Magnus, quella che era la sede del Vescovo cattolico poi distrutta durante la riforma luterana ( noi avremo avuto il Tribunale della Santa Inquisizione che mandava al rogo gli eretici, ma ‫ ט‬indubbio che anche i luterani danesi in quegli anni aveva un concetto un po’ distorto di libert‫ א‬religiosa ). Tornato in albergo, verso le 17, aprivo la posta elettronica e trovavo una e-mail, spedita un’ oretta prima, di Tor Arni Samuelsen che si scusava per l’ assenza e mi diceva che adesso era in radio. Dato che ero a 150 metri dall’ emittente subito lasciavo l’ albergo e tornavo alla Bokjarabrekka. Adesso la porta era aperta, ma il Sig. Samuelsen se ne era di nuovo andato, ma una gentile signora li presente, forse l’ unica abitante della Faroe a non parlare inglese mi faceva capire che se volevo fare una fotografia allo studio non c’erano problemi. Non mi facevo ripetere l’ invito due volte e quindi anche una fotografia dello studio della Lindi Kristiligt Kringvarp finiva nel mio album fotografico. Credo siano doverose da parte mia due parole di ringraziamento al Sig,. Samuelsen: egli ‫ ט‬stato finora l’ unico fra tutti quelli che nei precedenti viaggi mi avevano fissato un appuntamento e poi non ci erano fatti trovare ad inviarmi una e-mail di scuse e a subito fissarmene un altro. Ce ne fossero di persone cosi nel mondo della radiofonia che sempre pi‫ ש‬non considera noi ascoltatori i loro veri datori di lavoro, ma unicamente dei destinatari degli annunci commerciali. A sera la cena in un ristorante italiano, veramente fantastico, il Ristorante Toscana, ( mica avrete pensato che io, la cui sola vista di un pesce provoca conati di vomito, mangiassi merluzzo ed aringhe affumicate ) chiudeva la giornata. Interamente turistica la giornata di marted‫ ל‬con una visita al lago di Skopun e pure la mattinata di mercoled‫ ל‬8 agosto con una visita, in Torshavn, al Museo Nazionale di Scienze Naturali. Alle 15.00 di nuovo in mare, con la partenza, a destinazione dell’ Islanda. Alle ore 07.30 di gioved‫ ל‬9 agosto, approdavo in Islanda nel porto, posto sulla costa orientale dell’ isola, di Seydisfjordur. Il target primario del viaggio era stato raggiunto: partito da Vercelli ero arrivato in Islanda senza utilizzare aerei!!!!!! Mi complimentavo con me stesso e alle 08.15, davanti alla stazione marittima, prendevo il primo autobus extraurbano del viaggio islandese, quello che da Seydisfjordur mi avrebbe portato a 27 Km. di distanza, nella cittadina di Egilsstadir, localit‫ א‬posta sulla Ring Road, la strada che, tipo raccordo anulare, fa da perimetro dell’ isola. Arrivato a Egilsstadir alle 08.45 mi toccava restare alla stazione degli autobus fino alle 13.30 quando finalmente partiva l’ autobus a destinazione di Hofn, la prima localit‫ א‬islandese ove avrei pernottato dopo essere arrivato alle 17.30. Il giorno seguente la prima delle escursioni naturalistiche islandesi: partendo e tornando in autobus da Hofn raggiungevo la laguna di Jokulsarlon per una escursione in mezzo anfibio fra gli iceberg !!!! Oddio, non erano quelli del Titanic ma

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comunque era la prima volta in vita mia che vedevo dei pezzi di ghiaccio galleggiare nell’ acqua di mare. Sabato 11 agosto altro trasferimento in autobus, da Hofn, con partenza alle 10.00, alla capitale, Reykjavik con arrivo alle 19.00 e domenica 12 il punto pi‫ “ ש‬elevato “ dell’ attivit‫ א‬turistica di questo viaggio, la visita al grande geysir, veramente impressionante!!!! Lunedi 13 finalmente mi ricordavo di essere un collezionista di adesivi di emittenti radiofoniche e quindi dedicavo la giornata al tour delle radio di Reykjaik. Appena uscito dall’ albergo prendevo l’ autobus nr. 11 e subito raggiungevo la grande sede della R.U.V., la radio nazionale islandese. Ascoltare in Italia la R.U.V. non ‫ ט‬facile ma non impossibile, molto pi‫ ש‬facile ascoltare l’ islandese R.U.V. che la faroense K.F.U. Fino agli anni ’90 l’ ascolto era facilissimo, veniva infatti emessa una trasmissione in lingua islandese sulle onde corte, molto probabilmente a destinazione dei marittimi in navigazione. Quando questa trasmissione venne sospesa era ancora possibile senza grandi difficolt‫ א‬sintonizzare l’ Islanda in onde corte tramite i programmi della A.F.R.T.S. , l’ emittente delle forze armate statunitensi dato che gli U.S.A. avevano una base militare in Islanda. Poi gli Stati Uniti hanno, nel 2006, chiuso questa base e ora l’ unica possibilit‫ א‬di ascolto ci ‫ ט‬ancora offerta dalla R.U.V. ma sulla banda pi‫ ש‬bistrattata da parte degli appassionati di radioascolto, quella delle onde lunghe. La R.U.V. attiva infatti tre programmi Ras 1, Ras 2 e Rond‫ ע‬sull’ FM assicurando cosi la copertura alle principali citt‫ א‬del paese ( citt‫ ???א‬coi parametri italiani sarebbero quasi tutte paesini ) e per assicurare la copertura diurna anche alle fattorie isolate si ‫ ט‬scelta la banda delle onde lunghe che con due soli trasmettitori permette la copertura dell’ intero territorio nazionale, alternando su di essi i programmi di Ras 1 e Ras 2. I due trasmettitori operano su 207 KHz con 100 Kwatt di potenza e su 189 KHz con 300 Kwatt. Inutile tentare in Italia la sintonia dei 207 KHz, in isofrequenza vi ‫ ט‬la Deutschlandradio, ma i 189 KHz possono arrivare anche da noi. Certo non sono un ascolto 24 ore su 24 e neanch‫ ט‬un ascolto di tutte le notti, ma nei periodi a bassa attivit‫ א‬solare, le condizioni che favoriscono la propagazione a lunga distanza sia delle onde medie che delle onde lunghe, la ricezione pu‫ ע‬anche essere possibile e molti DXer italiani, io compreso, un paio di anni f‫א‬, quando l’ attivit‫ א‬solare era ai minimi pi‫ ש‬volte hanno sintonizzato la R.U.V. sui 189 KHz. Diciamo che buone probabilit‫ א‬le si hanno nelle notti in cui arrivano le nordamericane sulle medie, se arrivano le statunitensi sulle medie, pu‫ ע‬arrivare anche l’ Islanda sulle lunghe!!!!! Avevo un appuntamento con Ulfor Gronvold Production Designer del settore televisivo che mi accompagnava a visitare i vari studi, sia quelli per le dirette che per le registrazioni, di Ras 1 e Ras 2 ( Rond‫ ט ע‬solo una colonna di musica classica generata da un PC ), la sala dei link di collegamento fra la sede centrali, il satellite di ritrasmissione ed i vari trasmettitori, gli studi televisivi, la redazione notizie, l’ archivio musicale e sonoro presentandomi alla persona, ormai presente in pressoch‫ י‬tutte le radio governative, che passa le sue giornate a trasferire i contenuti delle registrazioni su nastro magnetico dei programmi di 25-30 anni fa su hard disk e per finire il grande studio per le dirette orchestrali. Nulla da dire, veramente una bella radio che mi ha ricordato un po’ la sede di Lugano della Radio della Svizzera Italiana, d’ altro lato i loro bacini di utenza sono simili, 300.000 infatti sono gli islandesi. Omaggiavo Ulfor di un po’ di adesivi italiani ed in cambio, purtroppo non avevano adesivi, ricevevo alcune biro ed alcuni opuscoletti in inglese sulla loro storia ormai ultrasettantennale, essendo nata la R.U.V. gi‫ א‬negli anni ’30 sotto la dominazione danese. Uscito dalla R.U.V. tornavo all’ autobus per trasferirmi a quello che ‫ ט‬il pi‫ ש‬grande gruppo radiofonico commerciale islandese, costituito da ben 5 emittenti tutte operanti in FM, Gull FM 90.9 MHz, FM957 95.7 MHz, Lett FM 96.7 MHz, Xid 97.7 MHz e Byigjan FM 98.9 MHz tutte legate al pi‫ ש‬importante quotidiano islandese. Non mi era permesso visitare le installazioni ma i primi, ed ultimi adesivi islandesi, quelli di FM957 e Bylgjan venivano li raccolti.. La prossima meta era a poche decine di metri, Saga FM 94.3 MHz. Anche li avevo un appuntamento e venivo ricevuto dal proprietario il quale pi‫ ש‬che a rispondere alle mie domande e a parlarmi della sua radio continuava a chiedermi del perch‫ י‬del mio interesse per la radio in generale e la sua in particolare. Boh, se anche le radio non riescono a spiegarsi perch‫ י‬ci siano persone interessate alla radio mi sembra che ormai siamo davvero alla frutta!!!! Comunque una bella TALK RADIO politicamente orientata anche se non ho capito se a destra o a sinistra, anche li niente adesivi ma finalmente altre due T-shirt si aggiungevano a quella di Radio Libertarie di Parigi. Altre radio ci sarebbero state ancora in Reykjaik ma si era fatto tardi e non volevo perdermi la visita al Museo Nazionale Islandese e poi farmi un’ altra bella cena in un ristorante italiano ( veramente ottimi anche i due utilizzati in Reykjaik, Caruso ed Italia ). Ero ancora in autobus il successivo marted‫ל‬: alle 08.30 lasciavo la capitale a destinazione delle seconda citt‫א‬ islandese, Akureyri 17.500 abitanti ove arrivavo alle 14.25. Dopo aver raggiunto l’ albergo davo inizio ad un tentativo di attivit‫ א‬radiofonica ma nulla trovavo ai due indirizzi della R.U.V. e di Voice 987 riportati dal WRTH.. Boh!!!!!??????? Mi consolavo con l’ ennesimo ristorante italiano (La Vita ‫ ט‬Bella ove bevevo anche una fantastica birra artigianale friulana). Sempre in autobus anche mercoledi 15 agosto, in Islanda giorno non festivo. Alle 08.00 partenza da Akureyri per Eglisstadir ove giungevo alle 11.55 chiudendo cosi il mio “ circle tour “ dell’ isola e alle 12.15 ripartenza per Seydisfjordur, il porto ove tutto era iniziato e ove giungevo alle 13.00. Una passeggiata lungo le rive del fiordo era il modo che mi faceva concludere la giornata. Giovedi 16 nave: alle 10.00 lasciavo, per la prima e quasi certamente ultima volta l’ Islanda sempre con naviglio Smiryl Line, l’ intera giornata di venerdi veniva passata, sempre in compagnia di un buon libro, in navigazione e alle 12.30 di sabato 18 l’ approdo ad Hirtshals, in Danimarca. Alle 14.23 partenza in treno per Hjoerring, ove giungevo 14.45 per ripartire in autobus alle 14.50 per Aalborg ove arrivavo alle 15.50, alle 16.01 l’ ultima partenza, quella a destinazione di Copenaghen ove arrivavo alle 20.24. Una breve passeggiata serale era il mio omaggio alla capitale danese. Domenica 19 era l’ ultimo giorno: in treno da Copenaghen all’ aeroporto e poi alle 11.55 la partenza, con SAS, per Stoccolma ( si via Svezia, perch‫ י‬ormai i voli diretti Copenaghen-Milano sono svolti solo da compagnie low cost ad orari impossibili ). Alle 13.05 ero in Stoccolma, pranzo e alle 15.25 nuova partenza questa volta a destinazione di Milano

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Linate ove arrivavo alle 18.10. Autobus per la Stazione Centrale e alle 21.15 l’ ultimo treno, quello per Vercelli ove giungevo alle 22.15 terminando Quest’ altra nuova indimenticabile avventura. Il resume finale: 28 emittenti visitate, di 16 tipi diversi di 10 radio diverse, 3 T-shirt, 1 pallone gonfiabile, 1 ventaglio, 1 timer da cucina, 1 porta cellulare, 1 righello, 6 biro e 23 cartoline. Prossime mete: Brasile 2013 con Dario e poi Golfo di Vizcaya 2014, ma queste saranno nuove storie!!!! Roberto Pavanello LE EMITTENTI VISITATE Oui FM 2 rue de la Roquette – 75011 Paris – FRANCIA Web www.ouifm.fr R. Libertarie 145 rue Amelot – 75011 Paris – FRANCIA Web http://rl.fedration-anarchiste.org Chante France 37bis rue Greneta – 75002 Paris – FRANCIA Web www.chantefrance.com Skyrock 37bis rue Greneta – 75002 Paris – FRANCIA Web www.nrj.fr R. Italia rue Chatelet 293 – 6030 Charleroi – BELGIO Web www.radioitaliacharleroi.com e-mail [email protected] Twizz R. rue de Francs 79 – 1010 Bruxelles – BELGIO Web www.twizzradio.be e-mail [email protected] VRT August Reyerslaan 52 – 1043 Brussels – BELGIO Web www.vrt.be RTBF Cit‫ ט‬de la Radio – 1044 Bruxelles – BELGIO Web www.rtbf.be NRJ Chauss‫ט‬e de Louvain 775/1 – 1140 Bruxelles – BELGIO Web www.nrj.be e-mail [email protected] R. Nostalgie Chauss‫ט‬e de Louvain 775/1 – 1140 Bruxelles – BELGIO Web www.nostalgie.be R. Rijmond Lloydstraat 23 – 3024 EA Rotterdam – PAESI BASSI Web www.rijmond.nl e-mail [email protected] Lokale Omroep Rotterdam – Lloydstraat 21 – Rotterdam – PAESI BASSI Web www.slor.nl e-mail [email protected] BNR Nieuws R. Prins Bernhardplein 173 – 1097 BL Amsterdam – PAESI BASSI Web www.bnr.nl e-mail [email protected] RTV Noord Holland Aletta Jacobslaan 9 – 1066 BP Amsterdam – PAESI BASSI Web www.rtvnh.nl e-mail [email protected] R. Alster Messberg 4 – 20095 Hamburg – GERMANIA Web www.106acht.de e-mail [email protected] ( quella del tecnico Andreas Schade ) NDR Rothenbaumchaussee 132 – 20149 Hamburg – GERMANIA Web www.ndr.de NRJ Winterhunder Markplatz 6-7 – 2229 Hamburg – GERMANIA Web www.energy.de/hamburg/ e-mail [email protected] R. Hamburg Spitalerstrasse 10/a – 20095 Hamburg – GERMANIA Web www.radiohamburg.de Oldie 95 Spitalerstrasse 10/a – 20095 Hamburg – GERMANIA Web www.oldie95.de e-mail [email protected] RAS2 Vagsbotnur – 100 Torshavn – ISOLE FAROE Web www.ras2.fo e-mail [email protected] Kringvarp Foroya Utvarpid – Nodari Ringvepur 20 – 100 Torshavn – ISOLE FAROE Web www.kringvarp.fo e-mail [email protected] Lindi Kristiligt Kringvarp – Bokjarabrekka 9 – 100 Torshavn – ISOLE FAROE Web www.lindin.fo e-mail [email protected] R.U.V. Efstaleiti 1 – 150 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Web www.ruv.is e-mail [email protected] Gull FM Skaftahlio 24 – 105 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Web http://gullbylgjan.is e-mail [email protected] FM 957 Skaftahlio 24 – 105 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Web http://fm957.visir.is Lett FM Skaftahlio 24 – 105 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Web http://lettbylgjan.visir.is e-mail [email protected] X-id Skaftahlio 24 – 105 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Web www.x977.is e-mail [email protected] Bylgjan FM Skaftahlio 24 – 105 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Web http://bylgjan.visir.is Saga FM Noatun 17 – 105 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Web www.utvarpsaga.is e-mail [email protected] GLI HOTEL UTILIZZATI Adriatic Hotel 6bis rue de Lyon – 75012 Paris – FRANCIA Tel. 0033143432872 Fax 0033143435672 Web www.adriatic-paris-hotel.com e-mail [email protected] Hotel Ibis Centre Gare – Quai de Flandre 12 – 6000 Charleroi – BELGIO Tel. 003271206060 Fax 003271702191 Web www.ibishotel.com e-mail [email protected] Hotel Ibis Centre Gare Midi – rue d' Angleterre 2-20 –1060 Bruxelles – BELGIO Tel. 003225414444 Fax003225414445 Web www.ibishotel.com e-mail [email protected] Grand Hotel Central – Kruiskade 12 – 31012 EH Rotterdam – OLANDA Tel. 0031104140711 Fax 0031104125325 Web www.grandhotelcentral.nl e-mail [email protected] Hotel Manofa – Damrak 46-48 – 1012 LL Amsterdam – OLANDA Tel. 0031206220990 Fax 0031206383186 Web http://manofa-hotel.com e-mail [email protected] Hotel Polo Novum – Adenaueralle 7 – 20097 HH Hamburg – GERMANIA Tel. 0049401888960 Fax 004940188896111 Web http://hotel-polo-novum-hamburg.h-rez.com [email protected] Motel Nordsoen – Niels Juelsvej 32 – 9850 Hirtshals – DANIMARCA Tel. 004598945700 Fax 004598945701 Web www.motelnordsoeen.dk e-mail [email protected] Hotel Torshavn – Torsgota 4 – 110 Torshavn – ISOLE FAROE Tel. 00298350000 Fax 00298317501 Web http://hoteltorshavn.fo e-mail [email protected]

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Guesthouse Hvammur – Ranarsloo 2 – 780 Hofn – ISLANDA Tel. 003544781503 Fax 003544781591 Web www.hvammutinn.is e-mail [email protected] Hotel Center Klopp – Klapparstigur 26 – 101 Reykjavik – ISLANDA Tel. 003544781503 Fax. 003545116071 Web www.centerhotels.com e-mail [email protected] Hotel Edda – Eyrarlandsvegi 28 – 600 Akureyri – ISLANDA Tel 003544444000 Fax 003544444001 Web http://hoteledda.is e-mail [email protected] Hotel Snaefell – Austurvegur 3 – Seyoisfjorour – ISLANDA Tel. 003544721277 Fax 003544721677 Web www.hotelaldan.com e-mail [email protected] Hotel City Nebo – Istedgade 6-8 – 1650 Copenaghen – DANIMARCA Tel. 004533211217 Fax 004533234774 Web www.nebo.dk e-mail [email protected] ALTRI SITI UTILIZZATI PER LA PROGRAMMAZIONE DEL VIAGGIO Per le prenotazioni alberghiere www.booking.com www.hotelbookers.com www.expedia.itwww.venere.com Per i trasporti urbani Parigi www.ratp.fr Charleroi www.infotec.be Bruxelles www.stib.be Rotterdam www.ret.nl Amsterdam www.gvb.nl Amburgo www.hvv.de Isole Faroe www.ssl.fo Reykjavik www.straeto.is Per i trasporti navali, aerei e ferroviari www.smyrilline.com www.expedia.it www.trenitalia.com www.tgv-europe.it www.bahn.com www.dsb.dk Per i trasporti stradali extraurbani www.visitseydisfjordur.com/category/transportation/ www.sterna.is Per le visite turiste Museo della Marina di Parigi www.musee-marine.fr Memoriale di Marcinelle www.leboisducazier.be Museo Boijmans Rotterdam www.boijmans.nl Porto di Rotterdamhttp://spido.nl Euromast www.euromast.nl Museo della Radio Rotterdam www.rotterdamsradiomuseum.nl Isole Faroe www.visitfaroeisklands.com www.visittorshavn.fowww.visitsandoy.fo Natural Historical Museum in Torshavn http://ngs.fo Laguna di Jokulsarlon www.jokulsarlon.is Visita al Grande Geyser www.re.is

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS182 Sun Aug 19, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA - 317 891 8540

Adventist World Radio NWS182.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS182 (ENGMI_WAVx_20120819) * Production Date Tuesday August 14, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday August 15, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday August 16, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday August 16, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday August 19, 2012 * Contents 1. South Pacific Panorama SPP6-27a: Radio New Zealand on Shortwave - 2 2. International DX Report 3. NASB Report: AMP 4. National Anthem 5. Bangladesh DX Report 6. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami

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* Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS182 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:16 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. South Pacific Panorama: Radio New Zealand on Shortwave - 2 2. International DX Report 3. NASB Report: AMP 4. Bangladesh DX Report * South Pacific Panorama SPP6-27a: Radio New Zealand on Shortwave - 2 - 01:01 * Introduction Program from David Ricquish at Radio Heritage in New Zealand Courtesy of Adrian Sainsbury at Radio New Zealand International * SPP6: RNZI-27a 00:00 Begin Radio New Zealand, Bird Call End About Arthur Cushen, “He did a very good job”. 08:30 Cut Insert RNZI Bird Call, from beginning of tape Total Duration - approx 08:35 * Back Announce Program from David Ricquish at Radio Heritage in New Zealand Courtesy of Adrian Sainsbury at Radio New Zealand International * Program Announcement - 10:09 Allen Graham * International DX Report - 10:58 Jeff White: Chile, Christian Voice closed * NASB-DRM Report - 12:48 AMP: AWR * Bangladesh DX Report - 20:41 Salahuddin Dolar * Music of the World - 26:48 Paraguay: Harp music * Closing Announcement - 27:11 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1.The 100th Anniversary of an Almost Forgotten Wireless Station: Part 2 The Voice of Electricity 2. Australian DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:- Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229 USA [email protected] Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:17 * Program Ends - 28:55

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Yimber Gaviria España: La Televisión Española: ¿otra vez en las manos del Gobierno? En abril de este año el Gobierno español aprobó un decreto-ley según el cual basta la mayoría absoluta del Congreso para elegir al director de Radio Televisión Española. Culminaba así una etapa en la que tal nombramiento debía ser avalado por las tres quintas partes del Parlamento, lo cual garantizaba mayor consenso al requerir el apoyo de al menos el principal partido de la oposición. La medida, impulsada por el ex presidente Zapatero y anunciada en su campaña del 2004, buscaba dar independencia y neutralidad a la corporación pública. Es así, que los primeros dos presidentes bajo el nuevo modelo - Luis Fernández y Alberto Oliart- fueron elegidos en consenso por el partido gobernante -PSOE- y el opositor Partido Popular (PP). “El modelo se rompió cuando dimitió Oliart (2011) y el PP no quiso llegar a acuerdos para elegir al nuevo Presidente. Fue hasta que no estuvieran en el poder y así modificar la ley. Ahora -con la mayoría del PP- se ha elegido al nuevo director”, explica Carmen del Riego, directora de la Asociación de la Prensa de Madrid. Para la periodista, lo importante en cuanto a lo que está sucediendo en la cadena pública no es el cambio de personas (se ha despedido a profesionales con alta credibilidad) sino de modelo, el cual deja la puerta abierta a la injerencia del Gobierno en las decisiones informativas. “Con la anterior fórmula era muy difícil que hubiera esa relación entre partido y televisión pública, que es a lo que se ha vuelto ahora”, añade. Lo que preocupa a los analistas es que la gestión de los noticiarios dependa de la “voluntad” de sus directivos sobre “si quieren hacer caso al Gobierno, a los partidos o si quieren ser independientes”. Lo cierto es que su continuidad en el medio depende del régimen; han sido puestos por él y sus votos son suficientes para cesarles en sus cargos. El asesor de Comunicación, Antoni Gutiérrez Rubí, observa que con los nuevos altos nombramientos se ha reducido la pluralidad ideológica. “Se conocen mucho, han trabajado juntos, son muy compactos ideológicamente y gozan de la confianza de políticos de un solo espectro. Eso podría endurecer cierta lectura política de la realidad informativa”. Julio Samoano es el flamante director de informativos. Aunque iniciara su labor profesional en RTVE, es desde hace cinco años la cara visible de Telemadrid, cadena pública denunciada por sus propios trabajadores de manipulación a favor del gobierno regional de Esperanza Aguirre, también del Partido Popular. De hecho, fue despedido de la corporación pública por trabajar en Telemadrid mientras gozaba de una excedencia de RTVE, lo cual está prohibido. Es difícil desligar la imagen de Somoano del partido gobernante. Sus compañeros le identifican como “fiel” a Aguirre y hace poco ha salido a la luz su tesis de fin de máster en la que da consejos al PP para recuperar el poder. Muchos temen que el nuevo director reproduzca la dinámica periodística de su anterior cargo, como director y presentador del informativo matinal de Telemadrid. No hay dudas sobre su profesionalismo, pero vuelan sobre él sombras de parcialidad y falta de independencia. Además, bajo su dirección los noticiarios tuvieron índices muy bajos de audiencia. Por lo pronto, ya ha sido rechazado por los trabajadores de Televisión Española. A través de un referéndum no vinculante, el 71% votó en contra de su nombramiento. Para el Consejo de Informativos de la entidad, Somoano “no es idóneo para la Dirección de los Servicios Informativos”. Esto se contrapone a la época gloriosa de Televisión Española que bajo la dirección de Fran Llorente, destituido por la nueva cúpula, llevó a los informativos a su cota máxima de audiencia y cuyo reconocimiento se refleja en más de 200 premios. Llorente fue nombrado ‘periodista del año’ por la Asociación de la Prensa de Madrid y abandonó su puesto hace escasos días en medio de una gran ovación de sus compañeros. “Nunca, jamás, recibí una instrucción política de Fran Llorente (…) Muchos políticos descubrieron por culpa de Fran, contrariados y perplejos, de qué hablábamos cuando hablamos de televisión independiente”, escribió en el Huffington Post, Pepa Bueno, la presentadora del informativo nocturno. La destitución de Ana Pastor, quien en sus entrevistas puso en aprietos tanto al Gobierno como a la oposición, a Ahmedineyad o a Correa; y de Juan Ramón Lucas, cuya audiencia en Radio Nacional llegó al millón y medio de oyentes, han causado sorpresa. “Tengo confianza en que (los nuevos cargos) no acaben con un modelo que ha conseguido el apoyo de la mayoría población y una audiencia y un respeto como nunca han tenido los noticiarios de Televisión Española”, recalca del Riego. Este contenido ha sido publicado originalmente por Diario EL COMERCIO en la siguiente dirección: http://www.elcomercio.com/mundo/Television-Espanola-vez-manos-Gobierno_0_758324220.html.

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Horacio Nigro Receptor Web SDR en linea de Utwente actualizado. Ahora es cobertura general!!! "Agosto 17: Actualizado el sistema (SDR firmware y software) para ahora un receptor de cobertura general desde 0 a 29 MHz! Asimismo, la interfaz de usuario tiene nuevos aditamentos como memorias y squelch. http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/ En esta página Uds. pueden escuchar y controlar un receptor de onda corta localizado en el club de radioaficionados ETGD en la Universidad de Twente. A diferencia de otros receptores controlados por web, este receptor puede ser sintonizado por multiples usuarios simultaneamente, gracias al uso del concepto de Radio Definida por Software (Software-Defined Radio). Este sitio, que en 2008 fue el primero que funcionó como "WebSDR", fue finalmente reactivado en Julio de 2012 despues de una interrupción de más de un año y medio; ver aquí (texto en inglés) para una historia completa sobre el asunto. Está utilizando actualmente una pequeña antena Mini-Whip. Desafortunadamente parece que hay bastante QRM local en 80m buena parte del día (aunque no siempre). Aún no hemos encontrado la fuente de interferencia. Comentarios sobre la performance de la antena son bienvenidos, via e-mail a pa3fwm (arroba) websdr.org y/o via la introducción de texto en el chat/que se encuentra al final de la página." (traducido del sitio web Horacio Nigro, Uruguay, Ago 19) Soberbio sistema!!!, en mi opinión un mojón en la historia de la radiorrecepción! Sólo si pudiera haber uno similar accesible desde mi área geográfica, eso sería fantástico. Pienso que estas maravillas en línea puedan estar generalizándose en el futuro para acceder desde cada país de cada continente a una opción de recepción, libre de ruidos y con máximo rendimiento DX. Una buena idea a implementar por los radioclubes. Este concepto de radio de cobertura general, no sólo radioaficionados, supera a otros también WebSDR. Y sin duda es mucho mejor que el sistema de Global Tuners. No tiene demoras de reorno de audio, es multiple usuario, increible selectividad, manejo de sintonía. ... No hay tampoco necesidad de cargar ningún software para usar SDR remotos. Realmente fantástico. Aunque esté emplazado en Holanda, para mi es puro placer!. Horacio Nigro - CX3BZ - Uruguay

Jose A. Kucher Despedida del director de CVC la voz a los operadored de Calera de Tango Nota: Otra emisora en despedida, y otro archive sonoro que pasara a nuestra colección de emisoras que ya dejaron la onda corta, aqui el link que nos acerco José: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIMZRxjw7c8&feature=youtu.be

Associação DX do Brasil Criado o Conselho Consultivo do Rádio Digital Com o objetivo de assessorar a implantação do sistema de rádio digital no país, o Ministério das Comunicações criou na quarta-feira, 15, o Conselho Consultivo do Rádio Digital, que será formado por membros do governo federal, do poder legislativo, do setor de radiodifusão e da indústria. A iniciativa dá início à fase em que o ministério passará a ouvir a sociedade a respeito do sistema de rádio digital que será adotado no Brasil. Leia mais em www.adxb.com.br

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Rubén Guillermo Margenet FW: Desde CVC La Voz Me permito compartir una carta digital recibida de Diego Jora, miembro del equipo RDS de CVC La Voz. Rubén Guillermo Margenet Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2012 20:20:46 +0000 From: [email protected] To: [email protected] Subject: Desde CVC La Voz Estimado Ruben Un cordial saludo en el precioso nombre de nuestro Señor Jesucristo, mi nombre es Diego, Formo parte de correspondencia de CVC La Voz, gracias por escribirnos. Quiero decirle que desde noviembre del 1998, el ministerio de CVC La Voz ha perseguido el objetivo de impactar vidas usando los medios adecuados para llegar a la mayor cantidad de personas con el menor costo posible. Durante estos catorce años, la onda corta nos ha abierto la posibilidad de llegar a la audiencia hispana en todo el mundo. Paralelamente y durante este tiempo, la tecnología ha avanzado, influenciando en la manera como el público consume los medios. Este crecimiento y cambio ha transformado todo, ahora el oyente o usuario es quien tiene el control y no el medio. Con el propósito de estar al día, en cómo podemos llegar a la máxima cantidad de personas, el ministerio de Christian Visión, la fundación matriz que apoya económicamente y desarrolla la visión de tocar mil millones de personas en el mundo, ha tomado la decisión de utilizar estos nuevos medios para lograr su meta. Por muchos años hemos visto que el desarrollo de la onda corta digital no llegó a tomar la importancia que esperábamos, en los países que cubrimos, esto no es solamente en American Latina, sino en casi todos los países del mundo. Hemos llegado a la conclusión, aunque muy difícil por nuestra gran historia en el uso de esta estrategia, de reducir nuestro presupuesto global dirigido a la onda corta y aumentar los proyectos en los nuevos medios. Uno de de ellos es el de yesHeis.com. Sabemos que esta decisión, seguramente te ha afectado de alguna manera. Es nuestra oración que comprendas que nuestro mayor deseo es ser buenos mayordomos de los recursos que Dios nos ha dado y por lo tanto, con el cambio y avance de la tecnología, ciertas decisiones son importantes para seguir nuestra pasión de impactar vidas. Mirando lo que sucede globalmente, estamos seguros, que hoy tenemos que avanzar con más velocidad. Gracias por tus oraciones y apoyo en todo momento. Igual queremos estar pendientes de cómo este cambio te ha afectado. Atentamente, Diego Jora. Miembro del Equipo RDS. CVC La Voz

Onda Livre Governo vai concessionar a RTP1 e fechar a RTP2 • Governo vai concessionar a RTP1 e fechar a RTP2 pode ler estas notícias na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio - www.ondalivre.com

Associação DX do Brasil O rádio completa 90 anos no Brasil Presente em nove de cada dez lares brasileiros, o rádio completa 90 anos em 2012 e mostra que permanece como um meio de forte penetração nacional. Segundo pesquisa do Target Group Index, do IBOPE Media, 35% das pessoas indagadas declaram sintonizar alguma estação enquanto utilizam outros meios, como revistas e principalmente a internet. Leia mais em www.adxb.com.br

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Yimber Gaviria La radio podría desaparecer por culpa de Apple El monopolio tecnológico de Apple ha extendido aún más sus tentáculos con la nueva patente que la firma acaba de anunciar que, por cierto, pone en peligro a la radio comercial. El nuevo sistema (aún sin nombre) sustituirá automáticamente alguna canción molesta, y anuncios publicitarios, por otra que el usuario tenga almacenada en la biblioteca de su gadget, lo que se traduce en una transmisión ininterrumpida. Lo interesante de la nueva patente radica en que ésta no requiere de la estación de radio para funcionar, sino que el sistema permite que una "entidad especializada" se encargue de mandar la señal al aparato sin utilizar alguna onda de FM o AM. Aunque el sistema podría adecuarse a la tv, los ingenieros de Apple han decidido, por el momento, emplearlo sólo en radio, como un proyecto piloto. Para la industria radiofónica, ¿este podría ser el principio de su desaparición? Desde un inicio, una de las características de la firma ha sido la personalización de la tecnología como un instrumento de control que permite que los usuarios no puedan conocer ni descubrir lo que hay más allá de su entorno y sus gustos, encerrándolo en sí mismo, prohibiéndole, bajo el falso pretexto de un beneficio, el compartimento de información que nutra más su mente a través de los gustos ajenos. Cortesía: pijamasurf.com Link: http://www.elsiglo.com.ve/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=30493

Rafael Rodríguez III Encuentro Diexista Colombo-Venezolano INVITACIÓN III ENCUENTRO DIEXISTA COLOMBO-VENEZOLANO -Retos para el futuro5 y 6 de Enero del 2013. Paipa, Boyacá – Colombia Estimados colegas diexistas y radioescuchas de Venezuela, Colombia y el mundo Queremos invitarlos a participar en el III Encuentro Diexista Colombo-Venezolano, que se llevará a cabo los días 5 y 6 de enero del 2013, en la ciudad de Paipa en el departamento cuna de la Libertad y altar de la patria, Boyacá. Una vez más nos damos cita para compartir las experiencias entorno a nuestra afición, luego de un año tan difícil para la radiodifusión internacional en onda corta como lo ha sido el 2012. Queremos analizar qué hay para el futuro en práctica del diexismo. También tendremos la oportunidad de realizar una cacería DX y según el interés de los participantes, hacer un recorrido por lugares con alto valor histórico para nuestros países hermanos. “Por el diexismo latinoamericano hay que sumar y multiplicar, no restar ni dividir…” En Paipa nos vemos!

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Mauricio Pimenta - PY4ID Vendo ou troco Celular ZTC - C 700 + Amigos bom dia. Tenho para venda um lindo ( ZERO ) celular ZTC modelo C 700+ , modelo israelense , caixa de aço inoxidável ( Não é de plastico como os outros ) Celular completo com as seguintes caracteristicas básicas . - 02 Chips - MP3 - Câmera - Entrada para cartão e memória - Gravador de voz ( Exelente por sinal , ouçam a gravação em anexo que fiz pelo rádio VHF com meu amigo Edivaldo - PY4BO ) - Gravador de vídeo - Conexão com o PC atraves de cabo USB - Duas baterias originais da ZTC - Fone ouvido original da ZTC - Dentre muitas outras funções que ele possui . Tamanho real do aparelho : 9.5 x 4.0 x 1, 0 ( CM ) Celular muito pequeno , cabe em qualquer bolso , faz as mesmas coisas que os grandes e incomodos fazem . Só estou vendendo porque peguei 03 unidades em negocio e ja vendi duas unidades restando apenas essa , celular novo , sem uso , apenas testado e aprovado . Acompanha 02 baterias originais ZTC , fone de ouvido , carregador e cabo USB . Segue fotos e* áudio *reais do produto em anexo . Valor para venda a vista *R$ 120,00* ja com frete incluso para todo o BRASIL . Interesso em trocar por algo do meu interesse, radiocomunicação, equipamento wireless , e etc.... Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta - PY4ID Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática – Eletrônica www.logicamax.com.br *OI : (33) 8877 – 8001 TIM : (33) 9116 - 8001 *

Rafael Rodríguez Concurso Internacional DX Responde las 3 preguntas y participa en el sorteo de radioreceptores de onda corta. PREGUNTAS DEL CONCURSO 1) Donde se celebrará el III ENCUENTRO DIEXISTA COLOMBO-VENEZOLANO - EDXCV - 2013? 2) Cual es la fecha de fundación del CLUB DIEXISTAS DE LA AMISTAD -C.DX.A - INTERNACIONAL ? 3) Diga el nombre de 5 emisoras internacionales que dejaron de emitir en la onda corta en los últimos años?. PREMIOS: Dos (2) radio receptores digitales, marca PREMIER RD-960D de 11 bandas. Uno será sorteado entre los participantes de Venezuela y Colombia, el otro entre aquellos que participan desde cualquier lugar del mundo. Radio Premier RD 960 D Especificaciones del fabricante Radio: 11 Bandas (AM / FM / TV / SW1-8) Alta Sensibilidad Controles de Hora, Sintonización y Temporizador Pantalla Digital para Frecuencia y Hora Reloj Digital Interruptor Electrónico de Contacto 3 Modos de Compresión de Banda Dimensiones: 126 x 76 x 33 mm Más Funciones y Mejor Recepción Usa 2 Baterías Tipo AA/UM-3 (No Incluidas) Conector de Audífonos Alta Selectividad Este equipo se puede modificar para convertirlo en un receptor tipo SDR conectado a la computadora para hacer DX. ENVIAR SUS RESPUESTAS CON TUS DATOS PERSONALES, ANTES DEL 1 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2012. A LA SIGUIENTE DIRECCION ELECTRONICA: [email protected] EL SORTEO SE REALIZARA EL 15/12/2012 Y EN ENERO 2013 SE ENVIARAN LOS PREMIOS A LOS RESPECTIVOS GANADORES. ANIMATE Y ESCRIBENOS !!! ORGANIZADORES DEL CONCURSO: C.DX.A – INTERNACIONAL – III EDXCV - 2013

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Yimber Gaviria USA: Radio Free Asia announces its 47th QSL Radio Free Asia announces its 47th QSL card to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Japan Short Wave Club (JSWC). This special QSL is scheduled for distribution for all confirmed Radio Free Asia reception reports dated August 25-26, 2012. The release of this special QSL card also coincides with Tokyo HAM Fair 2012. This updated RFA Olympic pin QSL includes artwork from JSWC member, Mr. Kim-Yeong IL, who was a professional painter and designed many JSWC QSL cards before passing earlier this year. Reception reports are also accepted by email at [email protected], and for anyone without Internet access, reception reports can be mailed to: Reception Reports, Radio Free Asia, 2025 M. Street NW, Suite 300, Washington DC 20036, United States of America. Upon request, RFA will also send a copy of the current broadcast schedule and a station. Best wishes from all of us at RFA. Thx AJ AJ Janitschek - Radio Free Asia - http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=1165946887

Yimber Gaviria Colombia: Radio Sutatenza, la utopía que se convirtió en hito educativo Lo que en 1947 empezó como el proyecto de un radioaficionado, el padre José Joaquín Salcedo,terminó por convertirse en una de las industrias culturales de mayor impacto social en América Latina. El modelo de escuelas radiofónicas que creó laFundación Acción Cultural Popular —ACPO—, más conocida como Radio Sutatenza, permitió que más de ocho millones de campesinos colombianos aprendieran a leer y escribir, y adquirieran conocimientos básicos en diferentes áreas, que les permitieron mejorar sus condiciones de vida. El próximo 29 de agosto, Margarita Garrido, directora de la Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango, presentará la edición 82 del Boletín Cultural y Bibliográfico —BCB—, que cuenta la historia y el impacto de Radio Sutatenza, mientras RTVC lanzará el disco Sutatenza. El campo de la radio. “Para cada uno de los campesinos colombianos que vio cambiar su mundo, que se constituyó en ciudadano y miembro activo de la sociedad en la que vivía gracias a su vinculación a un proyecto conocido como Acción Cultural Popular, esta historia tiene una moraleja que le indica que los sueños pueden ser reales.”(1) En 2008 el Banco de la República recibió de ACPO el archivo de Radio Sutatenza para conservarlo y ponerlo a disposición de todos los colombianos en las salas de la Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango. Esta iniciativa, busca incentivar nuevas investigaciones y abrir nuevas perspectivas sobre lo que fue este proyecto para la historia nacional y del mundo. “En el archivo se encuentran no solo el audio de los programas que transmitió la emisora durante cerca de cincuenta años, también están los guiones que se usaron, la colección completa del periódico El Campesino, los discos de las escuelas radiofónicas y las diferentes publicaciones que se hicieron, entre otros documentos. Tal vez uno de los tesoros inesperados es la correspondencia entre los líderes campesinos que impulsaban la alfabetización en sus regiones y los funcionarios de ACPO, quienes les contestaban religiosamente las cartas.”(2) La reciente edición del BCB incluye los artículos: Radio Sutatenza: un modelo colombiano de industria cultural y educativa de Hernando Bernal Alarcón; Sutatenza: retos y sueños de un proyecto radial de Gabriel Gómez Mejía; La cultura escrita en sociedades campesinas: la experiencia de Radio Sutatenza en el Suroccidente colombiano de Aura Hurtado; Promoción de la alfabetización en la frontera de los Llanos: la influencia de Radio Sutatenza y Acción Cultural Popular en el departamento del Meta, 1950 a 1990 de Jane Rausch; El Campesino “Un semanario al servicio y en defensa de los campesinos de Colombia” de José Arturo Rojas M. e Hilaria: una vida al servicio de una causa que relata el testimonio de quien preservó los archivos de Radio Sutatenza que hoy reposan en la Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango. También incluye el intercambio de correspondencia entre Camilo Torres Restrepo y representantes de Radio Sutatenza, acompañada de una presentación del padre Fernán González. Además, como es regular en la publicación, una selección de poemas e ilustraciones, esta vez a cargo Ramón Cote Baraibar y María Isabel Plata Rosas respectivamente, así como las habituales reseñas de libros colombianos.

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Sutatenza. El campo de la radio Radio Televisión Nacional de Colombia, RTVC, a través de su fonoteca y la Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango, presentarán el trabajo Sutatenza. El campo de la radio, que incluye una selección de la recuperación del archivo sonoro de Radio Sutatenza. La compilación recoge una muestra de programas educativos y de entretenimiento realizados en el marco de los ejes temáticos promovidos por la emisora y su sistema de escuelas radiofónicas. 1. Gabriel Gómez. Los sueños de la radio. Boletín Cultural y Bibliográfico Nº 82. Banco de la República, 2012. 2. Ángela María Pérez Mejía. Texto de presentación, Boletín Cultural y Bibliográfico Nº 82. Banco de la República, 2012. Fuente: www.banrep.gov.co FUENTE: http://www.estereofonica.com/radio-sutatenza-la-utopia-que-se-convirtio-en-hito-educativo/ Imagen cortesia de: commons.wikimedia.org

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS183 Sun Aug 26, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA - 317 891 8540 Adventist World Radio NWS183.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS183 (ENGMI_WAVx_20120826) * Production Date Tuesday August 21, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday August 22, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday August 23, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday August 23, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday August 26, 2012 * Contents 1. Schenectady on Shortwave - Part 2: The Voice of Electricity 2. NASB-DRM Report: Dr. Jerry Plummer & Dr. Donald Messer 3. Australian DX Report 4. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS183 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:15 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline

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1. Schenectady on Shortwave - Part 2: The Voice of Electricity 2. NASB-DRM Report: Dr Jerry Plummer WWCR & Dr. Donald Messer DRM 3. Australian DX Report * Schenectady on Shortwave - Part 2: The Voice of Electricity - 00:47 Here in Wavescan today, we take up the continuing story of the General Electric Company in Schenectady New York, and their involvement in international shortwave broadcasting in the era before World War 2. It was back in the year 1923, that an experimental 10 kW shortwave transmitter was installed at their “Radio Laboratory” in South Schenectady. This unit was licensed with the callsign 2XI, the same callsign that was issued to GE General Electric back 100 years ago, on August 13, 1912. This new shortwave transmitter was inaugurated on January 1 of the following year, 1924, as a program relay for the comparatively new mediumwave station WGY. The shortwave 2XI was noted, for example, with a relay from WGY beamed to California on 3000 kHz early in that same year. However, the usage of the 2XI shortwave transmitter at South Schenectady ended at mid year when it was removed and re-installed at the RCA station at Tuckerton in New Jersey for use in Morse Code communication traffic. The callsign at this new location was WGH, and the usual operating frequency was the same 3000 kHz. However, quite simultaneously, two shortwave transmitters were under construction at South Schenectady for use in experimental radio broadcasting. A 25 kW unit was licensed under the callsign W2XAD, a callsign that was previously held by a shipping company in Jersey City, New Jersey; and a 40 kW unit was licensed under the callsign W2XAF, a callsign that was previously held by the International Radio Telegraph Company in New York. Both of these new transmitters were installed in the large new transmitter building which was located on the east side of what is now the current WGY transmitter building in South Schenectady. Back then, this area was quite remote and undeveloped, though today the area is highly developed with housing subdivisions. The antenna system for this new shortwave facility was a fan shaped center fed array made with 3/8th inch hemp rope overwound with fine copper wire. In June 1925, W2XAF began a regular program relay from WGY; and in July of the following year, a similar service began from W2XAD. Both stations were often heard at a good level in Europe, throughout the Americas, and also in the South Pacific. On many occasions, foreign radio stations received the broadcasts off air from the shortwave transmitters at South Schenectady and relayed the programming live to local audiences. For example, the WGY programming regarding the arrival in the United States of the German made Graf Zeppelin in September 1929 was relayed on shortwave back to Germany. In 1930, the programming from W2XAF was received at Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands and regularly fed into the local telephone system as a form of cable radio. Then, during the year 1928, special programming was beamed to Canada for broadcast on the passenger trains operated by Canadian National Railways. This special programming was presented live by both mediumwave stations, WGY & KDKA, with a parallel relay on their shortwave outlets in both Schenectady New York & Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. It would be presumed that this special programming was received on shortwave in Canada and then fed to their own mediumwave network of CNR stations across the Dominion for reception on the trains as they were traveling. There were also many occasions when GE Schenectady received shortwave programming from foreign countries and rebroadcast this programming via their own shortwave transmitters in an onward relay beamed to other locations. For example, on Christmas Day 1931, GE received a shortwave broadcast from Berlin in Germany and relayed it live on shortwave to the passenger liner “Bremen” at sea in the Atlantic. In addition, there were occasions when special programming on mediumwave WGY was relayed on shortwave to foreign countries for direct reception by specific personnel. For example, GE Schenectady made a special series of broadcasts for reception by the American exploration party in Greenland in July 1927; and to the American expedition on the Paraguay River in South America in March 1928; and to the Byrd Expedition in Antarctica in 1930. Beginning in very early 1935, the twin shortwave stations at South Schenectady were given a new identification signal, the massive crash of 10 million volts of electricity. Their new on air slogan became “The Voice of Electricity”. It is true that on occasions the GE shortwave programming was broadcast under supplementary callsigns and on other shortwave channels. For example, callsign W2XAC was noted with experimental broadcasts on 8690 kHz in October 1933; and in September 1934, W2XO was on the air with a regular schedule on 12850 kHz in parallel with the two shortwave transmitters W2XAD & W2XAF, and also mediumwave WGY. However, during the 1930s, the regular daily scheduling from W2XAD was always transmitted on 9550 kHz, or 15330 kHz or 21500 kHz, depending upon the time of the day; and W2XAF was always noted on only one channel 9530 kHz. In fact, beginning in October 1929, both the 25 kW W2XAD & the 40 kW W2XAF were on the air with the transmission of radio broadcast programming only. In August 1937, GE began the construction of a huge 100 kW shortwave transmitter for use in the broadcast of radio programming beamed to Europe, the Americas and the South Pacific. It was intended that this new high powered transmitter would replace either W2XAD or W2XAF at times during the broadcast day, according to the requirements of on air scheduling. A new curtain antenna system was also under construction at the same time. The 1st known test broadcast from this new 100 kW transmitter was heard in the United States at 10:00 pm on July 26, 1939, under the callsign W2XAF. Additional test broadcasts were noted from this unit during the following weeks.

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With the shadow of war looming over continental Europe, the FCC in the United States required all experimental shortwave broadcasting stations to adopt new callsigns in place of the experimental callsigns hitherto in use, effective on September 1, 1939. Thus, it was that General Electric adopted the new regularized callsigns of WGEA for W2XAD & WGEO for W2XAF. GE issued a circular letter dated August 8, stating that the new callsigns were already in use, a few weeks early. In addition, “Time” magazine for August 28 confirms that these new callsigns were in use already for a couple of weeks . According to FCC publications, the new 100 kW transmitter was allocated the additional GE callsign WGEU effective on September 1, though this was changed one week later to WGEO. OK! Now, in two weeks time, we plan to conclude the story of the General Electric shortwave stations at South Schenectady with their usage as relay stations on behalf of the Voice of America. * Program Announcement - 09:27 Allen Graham * NASB-DRM Report - 10:17 Dr Jerry Plummer WWCR Dr. Donald Messer DRM * Australian DX Report - 14:18 Bob Padula * Music of the World - 27:08 Haiti: 2nd “National Anthem” - Instrumental & vocal * Closing Announcement - 27:35 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. The Shuffle of American Shortwave Callsigns in 1939 2. HFCC Report, Paris 3. Japan DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:- Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229 USA [email protected] Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:39 * Program Ends - 28:55 ============================================================================== 1. Schenectady on Shortwave - Part 2: The Voice of Electricity Experimental Stations W2XAD & W2XAF ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Original GE 10 kW Transmitter: 2XI South Schenectady 1923 New 10 kW shortwave transmitter installed at Schenectady 1924 Jan 1 Taken into service as WGY relay Sidel 88 1924 New 10 kW GE shortwave transmitter taken into service TDP98 62 1924 Early NY relay to California 2XI 3000 kHz PC 8-92 14 1924 Mid 10 kW transmitter removed, re-installed at RCA Tuckerton as WGH Morse trafficSidel 88 Callsign W2XAD Jersey City NJ 192x Callsign 2XAD held by Ship Owner’s Radio Service Jersey City, NJ 1922 Apr Callsign 2XAD Jersey City NJ, deleted

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Transmitter GE 25 kW: W2XAD - WGEA Schenectady & South Schenectady 1923 Work began at South Schenectady 54 acre site as transmission laboratory Fybush SW transmitter building to the east of current WGY building Engineering 1924 W2XAD constructed 14 MHz operation Sidel 88 1924 W2XAD 25 kW GE transmitter installed TDP98 62 1924 BBC London began relay programming from W2XAD & W2XAF Sidel 89 1924 Apr 5 SW relay to 2LO, WGY II (WGY2) on 107 m (2803 kHz) RB 8.741 9-24 387 Center fed fan antenna, 3/8” hemp, overwound with fine copper wires Photos, transmitter building 1 mile distant, antenna, transmitter 1924 Jul Experiments on 21 MHz, shortest ever in USA at the time Sidel 90 1925 Aug 2 @ 80 ft shortwave masts, WGY SW on 109 m (2753 kHz) WW 82.6 2-9-25 281 1926 Jan (3rd) SW tests to Europe, WGY SW 50 kW photo transmitter RB 8.743 4-26 651 1926 W2XAD began regular program service GE Circular 1926 Jul New program service began on 15330 kHz GE Document

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WGY group of transmitters heard in Australia LI 79.23 2-10-26 1 WGY-2XAF 9140 kHz 32.79 m relays to London RB 8.743 10-26 478 WGY-W2XAD-W2XAF relayed by many overseas stations Sidel 92 BBC, Germany, Spain, France, South America, Australia (Sydney, Perth), NZ 1927 Jul WGY 32½ m 9225 kHz heard well by expedition in Greenland RB 8.743 5-27 14 1927 Jul 10 Programming WGY 379.5 (790), 2XAF 32.7 (9175) & 2XAD 22 (13635) DanishMagazine 1927 Oct W2XAF on 9150 kHz RB 8.744 10-27 345 1927 Dec Experimental transmissions on 32.77 & 21.96 m (9155 & 13660 kHz) RB 8.744 4-28 428 1928 WGY & KDKA W2XAD provided programming to Canadian National Railways Sidel 92 1928 Mar Special programs WGY SW to expedition SA Upper Paraguay River RB 8.744 4-28 403 1929 Jan W2XAD relay broadcasting on 15340 kHz RSB 1929 Jan 2XAD Schenectady 22.02 m (13625 kHz), 21.96 m 13660 kHz) CRCB 1-29 34 1929 Apr W2XAD shown with 25 kW on new 15340 kHz RSB 1929 Jun Many channels listed RSB 1929 Sep NBC Graf Zeppelin relays to Germany via W2XK W2XAD W2XAF 1JB 97 1929 Oct W2XAD 15340 kHz relay broadcasting only RSB 1930 WGY W2XAD W2XAF relay Byrd Antarctica to world, via VK2ME LI 79.23 26-3-30 12 1931 Aug W2XAD schedule 15340 kHz 19.56 m LI 79.23 29-8-31 51 1931 Sep D. H. Vance W2FJ working at GE W2XAD W2XAF W2XO QSL Card 1931 Nov W2XAD heard in Australia 29.56 m (19.56?) LI 79.23 14-11-31 60 1931 Nov WGY-W2XAD 19.56m 15340 kHz, seldom heard in Australia LI 79.23 21-11-31 53 1931 Dec 25 Christmas Day relay, Zeesen to Schenectady to SS Bremen at sea LI 79.23 17-12-32 66 1932 Jul 3 World Service 1st anniversary VK2ME relay carried by WGY, W2XAF W2XAD LI 16-7-32 1932 Nov W2XAD 15320 kHz 19.57 m 3-6pm daily, Sat & Sun1-6pm (15337?) Radex 11-32 76 1933 Nov WGT-W2XAD 15330 kHz difficult to hear in Australia LI 79.23 18-11-33 36 1934 Sep W2XAD scheduling 15330 LI 79.23 1-9-34 43 1935 Apr W2XAF 15330 kHz excellent station LI 79.23 6-4-35 13 1935 Oct Announcement “This is WGY & W2XAD”, 10 million volts discharge LI 79.23 5-10-35 38 1935 Oct SW list W2XAD-WGY 15330 kHz LI 79.23 5-10-35 40 1936 Oct W2XAD 15330 kHz 1:00 am - 9:45 am daily LI 79.23 3-10-36 34 1936 Oct Sun morn baseball match heard in Australia on W2XAD LI 79.23 7-11-36 62 1937 Feb W2XAD 19.56 best 5:00 am - 7:00 am LI 79.23 13-2-37 50 1937 Mar W2XAD again a good signal LI 79.23 13-3-37 50 1937 Aug W2XAD heard in Australia LI 79.24 20-11-37 27 1937 Oct New Latin American beam in use for W2XAD/F IDXA-TGC 10-37 8 1937 Nov W2XAD heard in Australia LI 79.24 27-11--37 27 1937 Dec W2XAD 15330 kHz noted in USA RN 1-38 442 1938 Jan W2XAD 15330 kHz & 15830 kHz noted USA (15830 is misprint, see Mar) RN 2-38 505 1938 Feb W2XAD 15330 kHz noted in USA RN 3-38 549 1938 Mar GE Schenectady granted additional 9550 kHz & 21500 kHz RN 4-38 78 1938 Early New beam antenna installed for South America Sidel 187 1938 Mar 4 Program service began on new 9550 & 21500 kHz GE Document 1938 Apr W2XAD noted in USA on 9550 15330 & 21500 kHz RN 5-38 70 1938 May W2XAD noted in USA on 9550 15330 & 21520 kHz RN 6-38 55 1938 Jul W2XAD noted in USA on 9550 15330 & 21500 kHz RN 8-38 66 1938 W2XAD 21500 kHz 13.95 m daily 11:00 pm - 3:00 am LI 79.24 1938 Part 1 1938 W2XAD 15330 19.56 daily 3:30 am - 10:00 am, 1 River Road LI 79.24 1938 Part 3 1938 W2XAD 9550 31.41 LI 79.24 1938 Part 7 1938 Oct W2XAD 21500 15330 9550 kHz RN 11-38 43 1939 Jan 1 FCC authorized 9550 15330 & 21500 25 kW BYB 1939 74 1939 Mar W2XAD 15330 DX tips Tue 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm RN 3-39 42 1939 Apr W2XAD heard Australia evenings 9550 kHz & mornings 15330 kHz R&H 79.11 5-39 56 1939 May W2XAD schedule 9550 15330 21500 kHz RN 5-39 44 1939 May Heard some mornings 15330 kHz R&H 79.11 6-39 60 1939 Jun W2XAD schedule 9550 15330 21500 kHz RN 6-39 43 1939 Jun Heard some mornings 15330 kHz R&H 79.11 7-39 54 1939 Jun Treasure Island relays 15330 kHz RN 7-39 42 1939 Jun New antenna system RN 7-39 63 1939 Jul W2XAD schedule 9550 15330 21500 kHz RN 7-39 63 1939 Jul Heard infrequently 9550 kHz & 15330 kHz LI 79.11 8-39 56 1939 Aug W2XAD noted on 9550 kHz & 15330 kHz & 21500 kHz YB 84.2 RTVN 9-39 278 168 1939 Aug 8 W2XAD is now WGEA GE Circular 1939 Aug 28 New callsign effective last week or two W2XAD is WGEA Time 28-8-39 1 1939 Sep 1 New callsign is WGEA YB 84.2 B 1-9-39 80 166

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New callsign W2XAD is now WGEA RN 11-39 40 New callsign W2XAD is now WGEA R&H 9-39 53 & 11-39 57, NNRC 15-9-39 7 New callsign W2XAD is now WGEA Radex 10-39 21, IDXA-TGC 9-39 W2XAD is now WGEA 9550 15330 & 21500 kHz ISWC 101-39 9

Callsign 2XAF New York NY 192x Callsign 2XAF held by International Radio Telegraph Co, New York NY 1922 Apr Callsign 2XAF New York NY deleted

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Transmitter GE 40 kW: W2XAF - WGEO Schenectady & South Schenectady 1924 W2XAF constructed 10 MHz operation Sidel 88 1924 W2XAF 40 kW GE transmitter installed TDP98 62 1924 BBC London began relay programming from W2XAD & W2XAF Sidel 89 1925 W2XAF began regular program service GE Circular 1925 Jun W2XAF began regular program service on 9530 kHz GE Document 1926 Sep WGY group of transmitters heard in Australia LI 79.23 2-10-26 1 1926 Sep W2XAF schedule 22 m 26 m & 32 m, reports to GE Melbourne LI 79.23 2-10-26 1 1926 5DN & 6WF successfully relayed W2XAF LI 79.23 2-10-26 1 1927 WGY-W2XAD-W2XAF relayed by many overseas stations Sidel 92 BBC, Germany, Spain, France, South America, Australia (Sydney, Perth), NZ 1927 Jul 10 Programming WGY 379.5 (790), 2XAF 32.7 (9175) & 2XAD 22 (13635) DanishMagazine 1927 Sep 2XAF on 9150 kHz RB 8.744 9-27 290 1929 Jan W2XAF relay broadcasting on 9530 kHz RSB 1929 Jan W2XAF Schenectady 32.77 m (9155 kHz) CRCB 1-29 34 1929 Apr W2XAF shown new with 40 kW on 9530 kHz RSB 1929 Jun Many channels listed RSB 1929 Sep NBC Graf Zeppelin relays to Germany via W2XK W2XAD W2XAF 1JB 97 1929 Oct W2XAF 9530 kHz relay broadcasting only RSB 1930 WGY W2XAD W2XAF relay Byrd Antarctica to world, via VK2ME LI 79.23 26-3-30 12 1930 W2XAF heard in Australia LI 79.23 3-5-30 58 1930 W2XAF programming fed into Falklands cable radio network Sidel 94 1931 Feb Talk by Australian visitor in USA heard on W2XAF, WGY studio LI 79.23 21-2-31 45 1931 Apr 19 W2XAF heard in Australia on 31.48 m (9530 kHz) LI 79.23 2-5-31 48 1931 May W2XAF 31.48 m good signal Australia mornings LI 79.23 9-5-31 48 1931 Jun W2XAF-VK3ME contact communications, plans for Rotary meeting LI 79.23 13-6-31 51 1931 Jun 25 Special relay Rotary Club meeting VK3ME & W2XAF LI 79.23 13-6-31 51 1931 Aug W2XAF schedule 9530 kHz 19.56 m ? LI 79.23 29-8-31 51 1931 Sep D. H. Vance W2FJ working at GE W2XAD W2XAF W2XO QSL Card 1931 Nov W2XAF heard in Australia 31.48 m LI 79.23 14-11-31 60 1931 Nov WGY-W2XAF 9530 kHz, fair in morning, excellent in evening LI 79.23 21-11-31 53 1931 Dec 25 Christmas Day relay, Zeesen to Schenectady to SS Bremen at sea LI 79.23 17-12-32 66 1932 Jan 1 Special program in German on New Year’s Day LI 79.23 16-1-32 44 1932 Jan 23 W2XAF Baptist Church relay to VK2ME & VK3ME LI 79.23 20-2-32 52 1932 Feb 6 W2XAF-VK2ME communications LI 789.23 20-2-32 52 1932 Feb 20 VK2ME provided programming for WGY 10th anniversary LI 79.23 20-2-32 52 1932 Apr 22 Rotary Meeting, VK2ME W2XAF & London LI 79.23 20-2-32 52 1932 Oct 9 W2XAF 31.48 low signal, seasonal LI 79.23 29-10-32 50 1932 Jul 3 World Service 1st anniversary VK2ME relay carried by WGY, W2XAF W2XAD LI 16-7-32 1932 Nov W2XAF 9530 kHz 31.48 m, relay WGY daily 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm Radex 11-32 76 1932 Nov W2XAF moderate signal 31.48 m LI 79.23 26-11-3 2 55 1933 Nov W2XAF 9530 kHz difficult to hear in Australia LI 79.23 18-11-33 37 1934 Jun W2XAF 20 kW special programs to Byrd Antarctica LI 79.23 2-6-34 17 1934 Sep W2XAF scheduling 9530 kHz LI 79.23 1-9-34 43 1934 Oct 15 W2XAF communication VK2ME for London-Melbourne Centennial Air Race LI 20-10-34 1934 Oct 17 W2XAF communication VK2ME for London-Melbourne Centennial Air Race LI 20-10-34 1934 Oct 18 W2XAF communication VK2ME for London-Melbourne Centennial Air Race LI 20-10-34 1934 Oct 19 W2XAF communication VK2ME for London-Melbourne Centennial Air Race LI 20-10-34 1934 Oct 20 W2XAF VK2ME commencement London-Melbourne Centennial Air Race LI 20-10-34 1934 Oct 21 Honolulu program, SW to Frisco, line to W2XAF LI 79.23 20-10-34 53 1934 Dec 20 W2XAF VK2ME VIY Christmas Broadcast, news boys greetings LI 79.23 5-1-35 56 1934 Nov 15 W2XAF-LSX Buenos Aires Rotary Meeting LI 79.23 20-10-34 53 1935 Feb New ID signal, lightning crash ISWC 2-35 15 1935 Apr W2XAF 9530 kHz excellent signal Australia LI 79.23 6-4-35 13 1935 Jul W2XAF relay to PRF5 Rio de Janeiro for rebroadcast LI 79.23 10-7-35 72

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1935 Oct Announcement “This is WGY & W2XAF”, 10 million volts discharge LI 79.23 5-10-35 38 1935 Oct SW list W2XAF-WGY 9530 kHz LI 79.23 5-10-35 40 1936 May W2XAF strong signal in morning LI 79.23 30-5-36 54 1936 Jun W2XAF 31.48 listed schedule as heard in Australia LI 79.23 13-6-36 65 1936 Aug New sked daily: W2XAD 19.56 1- 6:45 am; W2XAF 31.48 7 am-3 pm LI 22-8-36 53 1936 Sep W2XAF strong signal late mornings LI 79.23 12-9-36 59 1936 Oct W2XAF 9530 kHz 7:00 am - 3:00 pm daily LI 79.23 3-10-36 34 1936 Oct W2XAF bad heterodyne LI 79.23 7-11-36 62 1937 Feb W2XAF 31.48 best 6:00 am - 7:30 am LI 79.23 13-2-37 50 1937 Mar W2XAF again a good signal LI 79.23 13-3-37 50 1937 Apr W2XAF & W1XK carrying same program Easter Service LI 79.23 10-4-37 52 1937 Aug W2XAF signal diminished LI 79.24 4-9-37 37 1937 Nov W2XAF heard inAustralia LI 79.24 27-11--37 27 1937 Dec W2XAF 9530 kHz noted in USA RN 1-38 442 1938 Jan W2XAF 9530 kHz noted in USA RN 2-38 505 1938 Feb W2XAF 6150 kHz & 9530 kHz noted in USA RN 3-38 560 1938 Mar GE Schenectady granted additional 9550 kHz & 21500 kHz RN 4-38 78 1938 Early New beam antenna installed for South America Sidel 187 1938 Apr W2XAF 9530 kHz noted in USA RN 5-38 70 1938 W2XAF 9530 kHz 31.48 m LI 79.24 1938 Part 7 1938 Jul W2XAF 9530 kHz noted in USA RN 8-38 66 1938 Sep W2XAF 9530 on air Hughes round the world flight ISWC 9-38 11 1938 Oct W2XAF 9530 kHz RN 11-38 43 1939 Jan 1 FCC authorized 9530 kHz 40 kW BYB 1939 74 1939 Jan 1 W2XAD W2XAF on air from New York World’s Fair ISWC 1-39 19 1939 Mar W2XAF 9530 DX tips Tue 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm RN 3-39 42 1939 Apr W2XAF granted additional 6190 & 21590 kHz RN 5-39 44 1939 Apr W2XAF heard in Australia afternoons 9530 kHz R&H 79.11 5-39 56 1939 May Heard some mornings 9530 kHz R&H 79.11 6-39 60 1939 Jun Treasure Island relays on W2XAF 9530 kHz RN 7-39 42 1939 Jun Heard some mornings 9530 kHz R&H 79.11 7-39 54 1939 Jul W2XAF 9530 kHz RN 7-39 63 1939 Jul Heard afternoons, but not strong 9530 kHz R&H 79.11 8-39 57 1939 Aug W2XAF noted on 9530 kHz 19.56 m YB 84.2 RTVN 9-39 278 168 1939 Aug 8 W2XAF is now WGEO GE Circular 1939 Aug 28 New callsign effective last week or two W2XAF is WGEO Time 28-8-39 1 1939 Sep WGEO new call for W2XAF RN 11-39 40 1939 Sep 8 Callsign WGEU is changed to WGEO YB 84.2 B 15-9-39 58 167 1939 Sep 15 New callsign, W2XAF is now WGEO NNRC 15-9-39 7 1939 Sep New callsign W2XAF is now WGEO R&H 9-39 53, 11-39 57 1939 Oct W2XAF 9530 is now WGEO ISWC 10-39 9 1939 Oct New callsign W2XAF is now WGEO Radex 10-39 21, IDXA-TGC 9-39 Transmitter GE 100 kW: WGEU - WGEO (WGEA) South Schenectady 1937 Aug Construction commenced 100 kW, to be shared by W2XAD & W2XAF Sidel 96 New curtain antennas to South America 1937 W2XAD now 180 kW & W2XAF now 250 kW (new antennas) ISWC 6-37 22 1938 Mid W2XAF & W2XAD power increase to 1200 kW announced LI 79.24 1938 Mid 1938 Mar 4 Scheduled date inauguration new 120 kW W2XAD 120 kW ISWC 3-38 12 & 13 1938 Mar New GE is now 1200 kW on 9550 & 21500 kHz ISWC3-38 24 1938 Aug W2XAF/D FCC approval 100 kW & curtains Europe & South America IDXA-TGC 8-37 8 1938 FCC granted 9550 & 21500 kHz @ 100 kW FCC Annual Report 1938 1939 Jan 1 FCC authorized 100 kW BYB 1939 74 1939 May License has been granted for 100 kW & Alexanderson antenna IDXA-TGC 5-39 3 1939 Jun New 100 kW approved, 6190 9530 21590 kHz RN 7-39 42 1939 Jul New 100 kW nearing completion, for use on 6190 9530 & 21590 kHz R&H 79.11 8-39 54 1939 Jul 26 New 100 kW W2XAF, 1st known test broadcast 10 pm RN 10-39 44 1939 Aug W2XAF testing new 100 kW DXA-SPS 8-39 1 1939 Sep 1 New callsign WGEU 100 kW South Schenectady YB 84.2 B 1-9-39 80 166 1939 Sep 8 New callsign is now WGEO B 15-9-39 58 1939 Oct New 100 kW expected on air during Oct RN 10-39 43 .............. 1941 Dec Government bought 100 kW WGED, became KWID Sidel 187 1942 Installed at Hunter’s Point California as KWID TDP98 64

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1942 May 4 1st test broadcast as KWID 1959 Jul KWID to Okinawa as KSBU on 850 kHz R&H 79.14 7-59 112 1977 Parts taken to Cheju Island, South Korea for use with HLDA ============================================================================== 2. Schenectady on Shortwave - Part 2: The Voice of Electricity The Voice of Electricity: Callsigns & Frequencies ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date W2XAF W2XAD W2XO W2XAW YB YB 84.2 M kHz M kHz M kHz M kHz M kHz WGY WGY WGY WGY KDKA ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WGY Shortwave 1928 Jul 31.4 9555 21.96 13660 5 60,000 RN 53 1929 31.40 9555 21.96 13660 5 60,000 RN 65 1929 Jan 35 8570 CRCB 1-29 34 1929 Sep 1 31.40 9555 21.96 13660 5 60,000 WAWN 58 1929 Oct 31.48 9530 19.56 15340 5 60,000 RN 61 1929 31.48 9530 19.58 15320 5 60,000 RN 64 1930 Apr 31.4 9555 WAWN 70 1930 Jun 31.48 9530 19.56 15340 21.96 13660 RN 71 1931 Aug (E) 31.48 9530 19.56 15340 23.35 12850 13.04 23,000 RN 73 1932 Dec 19.55 15340 23.35 12850 RN 75 1933 Aug 19.56 15330 W2XAC (Exp) RN 82 1933 Oct 31.48 9530 34.50 8690 RN 83 1934 31.40 9555 21.96 13660 RDCB 86 1934 May 31.48 9530 19.56 15330 SWC 87 1934 Aug 19.56 15330 34.50 8690 RN 96 1935 Mar 31.48 9530 19.56 15340 SWL 101 1935 May 31.48 9530 19.56 15330 SWC 104 1935 Jul (40) 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 (20) 34.50 8690 RN 108 1936 9530 15330 SWL 123 1936 Jun 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 SWC 126 1936 Jul 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 RN 131 1937 Jan 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 SW&T 138 1937 Jun 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 WATB 143 1937 Jul 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 RN 145 1938 Jan 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 SW&T 153 1939 Early 31.46 9530 19.56 15330 31.41 9550 W2XAD (3 transmitters) R&TVN 160 1939 Jan 1 W2XAD 9550 15330 21590 each @ 25 kW, CP 100 kW BYB 159 W2XAF 9530 @ 40 kW, CP 100 kW ============================================================================== 3. Schenectady on Shortwave - Part 2: The Voice of Electricity Summary: Shortwave Broadcast Transmitters ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Original GE 10 kW Transmitter: 2XI South Schenectady 1924 Jan 1 Taken into service as WGY relay 1924 Mid 10 kW transmitter removed, re-installed at RCA Tuckerton, Morse traffic 2. Transmitter GE 25 kW: W2XAD-WGEA South Schenectady 1924 W2XAD 25 kW GE transmitter installed and taken into service (spasmodic) 1926 Jul W2XAD regular program service began 1930s W2XAD regular channels usually 9550 15330 & 21500 kHz 1935 Feb New ID signal, lightning crash 1939 Aug 8 New callsign, W2XAD is now WGEA 3. Transmitter GE 40 kW: W2XAF-WGEO South Schenectady 1924 W2XAF 40 kW GE transmitter installed and taken into service (spasmodic) 1925 Jun W2XAF began regular program service on 9530 kHz 1935 Feb New ID signal, lightning crash 1939 Aug 8 W2XAF is now WGEO 4. Transmitter GE 100 kW (1st): W2XAD/F-WGEA/O (WGEU-KWID-KSBU-HLDA) S. Schenectady 1937 Aug Construction began on new 100 kW for use as W2XAD & W2XAF

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1939 Jul 26 1939 Sep 1 1939 Sep 8 1941 Dec 1942 May 4 1959 Jul 1977

1st known test broadcast from new 100 kW transmitter New callsign for 100 kW is WGEU Callsign change from WGEU to WGEO Federal government bought 100 kW transmitter for installation in California 1st test broadcast as KWID, Islais Creek, San Francisco KWID taken to Okinawa and installed as KSBU on 850 kHz KSBU parts taken to Cheju Island, South Korea for use with HLDA

Yimber Gaviria Guatemala: Radio Qawinaqel transmite en dos idiomas La radio Qawinaqel (Nuestra gente), en Palín, Escuintla, desde que fue fundada en 1997, y dos años después autorizada para el 98.3 FM, transmite solo en este municipio en español y poqomam, por lo que es un medio de comunicación social efectivo y aceptado por la población lingüística de ese lugar. POR MELVIN SANDOVAL El director, Carlos Gómez, mencionó que uno de los objetivos de la radioemisora es rescatar y promover el poqomam y fomentar la cultura en ese municipio, ya que en las últimas décadas se ha ido perdiendo. Explicó que se sostiene mediante donativos de algunas entidades no gubernamentales y de pautas publicitarias, pero la mayor parte de su programación es servicio social hacia la comunidad, con programas musicales, culturales, sociales, religiosos y noticias. Gómez agregó que destacan artistas nacionales, costumbres y tradiciones del pueblo, entre otros temas que son de importancia para el desarrollo del municipio. Refirió que algunos oyentes llaman en poqomam cuando solicitan una canción, porque se identifican con el medio de comunicación, ya que son recibidos por locutores que hablan los dos idiomas. La radio es administrada por la Asociación Qawinaqel, y es propiedad de los asociados, pero la programación la desarrollan 16 jóvenes, mujeres y hombres, que no devengan sueldo; su remuneración es simbólica. El vecino Miguel Vega aseguró que es un medio confiable para la población, ya que ha informado sobre temas de conflicto entre autoridades y la comunidad. Veracidad María Poror, vecina, manifestó: “Cuando hay emergencias por desastres naturales en el municipio, la radio ha hecho el papel que le corresponde, que es el de informar con veracidad”. Las transmisiones de la radio son de 5 a 21 horas, la cual se encuentra en la 7a. calle 1-50, zona 3 de Palín. FUENTE: http://www.prensalibre.com/escuintla/Radio-transmite-idiomas_0_762523773.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Radio.Qawinaqel98.3 Sitio Web: http://www.radioqawinaqel.tk/ Otro: (Fotos) http://radioqawinaqel.unlugar.com/rq_gal_foto.htm Idioma pocomam - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idioma_pocomam Bloquear todos los resultados de es.wikipedia.org El idioma pocomam (también llamado Pokomam o Poqomam) es un idioma maya, emparentado con el idioma poqomchi. Es hablado por alrededor de 30,000 ...

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Yimber Gaviria Colombia: 77 años de La Voz de Armenia La primera emisora de la ciudad nació en 1935. Seguramente como un claro homenaje al pueblo que la vio nacer, sus fundadores la bautizaron con su nombre, convirtiéndose no solo en la “Voz” de Armenia, sino en la de toda una región que sucumbió bajo el “embrujo” encantador de las ondas hertzianas. Quizás por el poco desarrollo de las telecomunicaciones y en particular de los medios de comunicación, la radio jugó un rol fundamental en una época inolvidable de nuestro devenir histórico. Por las particulares circunstancias sociales, políticas y culturales, la radio fue la “reina” -—y con mucha ventaja— entre los medios locales y regionales. Nunca antes como en aquel entonces las emisoras cautivaron tanto el interés de varias generaciones. La mayor expresión —tal vez— de la manera como eran atraídos los oyentes la constituían las radionovelas. Cuando se rememora ese pasado cargado de tantos y trascendentales momentos de la naciente historia de la radio en el Quindío, incluida —claro está— la Voz de Armenia, los oyentes, rescatan entre sus recuerdos a personajes, que de pronto a los jóvenes de hoy les suene exóticos: Kalimán y su inseparable amigo Solín; Arandú y Taholamba, el compañero de las mil batallas y La Castigadora, entre otros. 150 pesos valió la frecuencia La frecuencia para la estación radial la compraron Germán Hoyos Arango y Juan Carlos Gutiérrez. La negociación se cerró el 5 de junio de 1935. Hechos como estos demuestran también dentro de qué contexto económico comenzaron a forjarse las bases de la emisora que sirvió como escenario privilegiado para que muchos periodistas marcaran con su estilo y su talante el ejercicio de la profesión. Cabe mencionar a Ricardo Tobón Quintero, Celedonio Martínez Acevedo, considerado una víctima de la cruda violencia partidista de la época; Guillermo Piedrahíta, Arcesio Chica Suárez, Octavio Franco, Germán Gutiérrez Peláez, Orlando Mejía Mesa, Jesús Danilo Ortiz, Henry Pineda Rodríguez y su recordado programa: Habla Armenia, y Francisco Arango Quintero en los años cincuenta y sesenta. Aldemar Rojas Martínez, Ernesto Acero Cadena, Alfonso Osorio Vásquez, Alfonso Arango Velásquez en los años setenta y ochenta. Miguel Ángel y Germán Rojas Arias, Adriana Londoño, Rodrigo Rico, entre otros muchos de la nueva época. La emisora hoy Bajo la batuta del empresario Julio Hernández Lara, en su calidad de gerente-propietario, la Voz de Armenia busca mantener plena vigencia como medio radial. Hernández, o don Julio, como le dice todo el mundo cariñosamente, tiene el firme propósito de ajustarse a las exigencias del mundo actual para competir con criterios de calidad en materia tecnológica. La Voz de Armenia se posiciona en la región con un talento humano que responde a la clara misión de informar, formar y entretener a una audiencia cada vez más extendida. La parrilla de la Voz de Armenia está practicamente copada. El Noticiero Voz de Armenia de 6:00 a 8:00 de la mañana está dirigido por el propio Julio Hernández con el acompañamiento de Hernán Jaramillo ‘Cachucha’ y Luis Eduardo Rendón. A las ocho empieza el programa La Parrilla Radio que dirige Jhon Diego Hurtado. En la franja del mediodía se transmite el noticiero y el programa deportivo Los Comandantes del Deporte, que orienta Gustavo Rendón Ríos. Y los domingos, el tradicional e inolvidable programa Musicales del Recuerdo. La celebración Como no todos los días una emisora cumple 77 años, la semana pasada los directivos de la Voz de Armenia realizaron una sencilla pero significativa celebración, en donde vinieron a la memoria programas que marcaron toda una época, hechos y personajes. FUENTE: http://www.cronicadelquindio.com/noticia-completa-titulo-77_anos_de_la_voz_de_armenia-seccion-general-nota51235.htm

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Yimber Gaviria Suiza: Informar, misión delicada en tiempos de guerra Durante la II Guerra Mundial, Suiza utilizó la onda corta para dar a conocer su política al mundo. Los manuscritos de esos boletines, disponibles ahora en línea, permiten a los historiadores analizar mejor la imagen que Suiza quiso dar de sí misma. swissinfo.ch -que es descendiente de Radio Suiza Internacional (SRI), la heredera del Servicio de Onda Corta (SOC)- dispone de numerosos archivos. Entre ellos, los manuscritos de los boletines de noticias y las crónicas difundidas durante el último conflicto mundial. Esta masa de documentos ha sido digitalizada e integrada en una base de datos que permite el acceso inmediato a los documentos deseados. La investigación puede hacerse por fecha o palabras clave. Los documentos originales Estos documentos fueron objeto de un trabajo de análisis inicial en un seminario organizado por la Sección de Historia de la Universidad de Lausana (UNIL). Una opción que no debe nada al azar: uno de sus centros de investigación se consagra a la historia audiovisual contemporánea. En este contexto, el profesor François Vallotton y su equipo han explorado ampliamente la historia de los medios de comunicación en Suiza, en particular aquella de la Sociedad Suiza de Radio y Televisión (SRG SSR). Sin embargo, la historiografía sobre este tema sigue en desarrollo, sobre todo en lo que respecta a las emisoras internacionales de radio que han sido poco estudiadas, en particular en Suiza. Los archivos de la SOC, por lo tanto, permiten avanzar en el conocimiento del rubro. “La gran originalidad es que el SOC es un servicio que se dirige a un público en el extranjero”, dice Raphaëlle Ruppen Coutaz, asistente en la UNIL que estudia el tema para su tesis doctoral. “El SOC trata los acontecimientos de una manera diferente a la de los medios locales de comunicación. Para los historiadores resulta entonces algo precioso, porque es el único medio que va a hablar al extranjero en tiempos de guerra”. “Es evidente que el análisis de estos archivos no va a desembocar necesariamente en una revisión completa de los resultados ya conocidos en Suiza durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial”, anota François Vallotton. “Lo interesante es que se trata de una fuente que permite presentar la imagen que Suiza quería transmitir al exterior. Es realmente nuevo, porque antes se trabajaba sobre medios de comunicación destinados más bien al público suizo”. Otro elemento interesante: las crónicas de época del SOC son los primeros boletines informativos producidos directamente por la redacción de una radio. En ese entonces los comunicados eran redactados y leídos por la gencia Telegráfica Suiza (ATS), un órgano controlado por la prensa. Respuesta a las críticas En el marco de un trabajo de seminario, estudiantes de Historia en la UNIL se centraron en una serie de roblemáticas (ver galería de fotos). Sintetizados en forma de elementos multimedia, sus investigaciones muestran que el SOC tenían como misión difundir una imagen positiva de Suiza en el extranjero y explicar, o incluso justificar, la posición de su Gobierno. Uno de los trabajos refleja, por ejemplo, la manera en que Suiza se justificó ante las críticas británicas, cuando Londres acusó a Berna de trabajar para la economía alemana. El SOC argumentó entonces que Suiza no tomaba parte en el esfuerzo de guerra de unos u otros, y que deseaba solamente mantener un comercio “equilibrado y respetable” con las potencias para sobrevivir. “El interés de esta crónica es su función de respuesta directa a los ataques británicos. El SOC contribuye así a defender la posición de Suiza en la escena internacional: no es un peón pasivo”, comenta el director del seminario. La política hacia los refugiados es otra área sensible. “Desde 1939, el SOC valora el papel de Suiza en materia de asistencia humanitaria”, indica François Vallotton. “Con el desarrollo de la guerra, este aspecto se convertirá en un tema lo suficientemente sensible para casi no ser evocado hasta 1942 y especialmente en 1943, cuando se produce una serie de críticas en el extranjero. El SOC se convertirá entonces en una herramienta para explicar la política de Suiza y el endurecimiento que ha operado”. El SOC justifica en particular la política más restrictiva en materia de refugiados con base en las necesidades ligadas al aprovisionamiento. Sello de la censura En defensa del SOC hay que destacar que los periodistas de la época no tenían una real libertad. En esos tiempos de guerra había censura. “La ventaja de trabajar con esos documentos escritos es que se pueden ver las tachaduras, las correcciones”, destaca Raphaëlle Ruppen Coutaz. “Pero no siempre se sabe a quién atribuirlas: ¿un censor pasó y reescribió algunos pasajes? En cualquier caso, algunas crónicas tienen el sello de la censura, lo que demuestra que los textos eran releídos”. En tiempos de la guerra, el SOC transmitía sus noticias en francés, alemán, inglés, italiano, portugués y español. ¿Había entonces diferencias en el tratamiento de la información de acuerdo con la filiación lingüística?.

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“Es difícil de analizar”, responde Raphaëlle Ruppen Coutaz. “Se trataba a veces de traducciones y a veces no. No es fácil encontrar la traza del autor de la crónica, para determinar su función. Hemos observado algunas diferencias. Por ejemplo, la versión en alemán insiste en que el ataque a Pearl Harbor no fue una sorpresa, lo que no se encuentra en la versión francesa. Pero hay que entrar realmente en detalles para notar esas diferencias”. Influencia del Informe Bergier En un contexto semejante, la política suiza descrita por el SOC aparece bajo un ángulo favorable. Pero los historiadores de hoy no son ingenuos y han desarrollado un profundo sentido crítico con respecto a tales documentos, en particular a raíz de las aclaraciones de la investigación de la Comisión Bergier. “Estamos influenciados evidentemente por la historiografía”, declara François Vallotton. “No se escribe la historia de la misma manera después del Informe Bergier, que ayudó a renovar nuestra mirada sobre la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Nuestro cuestionamiento es diferente”. “Los estudiantes fueron libres de desarrollar su propia temática. Escogieron aspectos sensibles, impulsadas por los resultados de la Comisión Bergier, como las relaciones económicas o el asunto de los refugiados. Creemos que estas cuestiones suscitaron un interés que se extendió al trabajo del seminario”. Olivier Pauchard, swissinfo.ch Traducción, Marcela Águila Rubín FUENTE:http://www.swissinfo.ch/spa/noticias/politica_suiza/Informar,_mision_delicada_en_tiempos_de_guerra_.html?cid=33319132 En Ingles: Wartime radio archives come to light http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/culture/Wartime_radio_archives_come_to_light.html?cid=33301906

Yimber Gaviria Argentina: Ya son 93 comunicadores católicos los confirmados para gran radio teatro BUENOS AIRES, 26 Ago. 12 / 01:04 pm (ACI/EWTN Noticias).Anunciar Grupo Multimedio de Comunicación, con sede en Argentina, dio a conocer que ya ha recibido la confirmación de 93 comunicadores católicos paraparticipar el próximo 12 de octubre en un gran radio teatro sobre Cristóbal Colón. Para el estreno de “El viaje que cambió el mundo, episodio 3, Las cadenas del Almirante”, han confirmado su participación Signis Ecuador, Radio María de Uruguay, Costa Rica y Panamá, así como cantautores como Martín Valverde, Francisco Avello, Daniel Poli, entre muchos otros. Además de los mencionados, también hay representantes de Chile, Colombia, Estados Unidos, España, México, Panamá, Puerto Rico, República Dominicana, El Salvador y Venezuela. Alfredo Musante, director y guionista del radio teatro, señaló al respecto que “estamos haciendo historia. Es la primera vez que se convocan a tantas voces de diferentes países y culturas para realizar una súper producción hispano arlante que involucra a comunicadores y cantautores católicos”. “Puedo afirmar con mucha alegría que este es un hito en la comunicación católica. Sabemos que muchos tratan de juntarnos en diferentes congresos, eventos, etc. pero, ‘reunirnos virtualmente’ para producir un radioteatro, ‘nadie’ lo ha hecho hasta ahora”. Musante dijo además estar “muy contento, ya que esto fue posible gracias a las redes ociales, como es el caso del ‘Facebook’, con casi dos meses de búsqueda ‘exhaustiva’ a fin de ‘encontrar’, en el vasto ‘océano virtual’, a tantos amigos comunicadores que están trabajando en esta hermosa tarea de anunciar el mensaje de la Buena Nueva del Evangelio a través de los medios masivos de comunicación social”. Para el asesoramiento histórico, han contado con la colaboración de varios expertos españoles como la Dra. María Montserrat León Guerrero, de la Universidad de Valladolid; y el Padre Álvaro Fernández de Córdova Miralles, Profesor Adjunto de Historia de la Teología, Departamento de Teología Histórica, Facultad de Teología (Universidad de Navarra - España). Debido al rigor histórico requerido para este episodio, añade, hubo que conseguir mucho material: más de 20 libros de diferentes autores. Hubo que leer y sintetizar toda la información, contenida también en una gran cantidad de archivos en pdf, de más de 300 páginas cada uno (monografías, estudios, presentaciones, cartografías, términos de avegación, etc.). Más información en: http://elviajequecambioelmundo.blogspot.com.ar/2012/08/85-comunicadores-de-13-paises-suben-al.html

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Ruben Walter Suarez Ya se viene la 4ª edición del mayor evento digital del año: IAB Fórum capítulo Uruguay IAB Uruguay, capítulo local del Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), es una organización sin fines de lucro que se dedica a promover la publicidad interactiva, entendiéndola como aquella difundida a través de medios online o móviles, o que utiliza otras herramientas tecnológicas para generar interactividad. Escrito por: Lucía Rodríguez - Lunes 27 de agosto de 2012 | 1:26 Desde la gerencia de IAB Uruguay, Marie-France Bourgeois Wyaux, dialogó con LARED21, y explicó que la organización nuclea a los principales players de cada país que buscan impulsar la publicidad interactiva. En este momento, son 54 las empresas asociadas al IAB en nuestro país, entre las que se encuentran agencias digitales, agencias tradicionales, centrales de medios, investigadoras de mercado, universidades, portales y demás medios de comunicación. ¿Cuáles son los objetivos del IAB? Lo que buscamos es fomentar el crecimiento de la publicidad interactiva y velar por las buenas prácticas en el rubro, además de promover el desarrollo de lo que es digital en todo sentido. Por ejemplo, organizar conferencias, cursos, exposiciones, seminarios, congresos o reuniones, así como programas de capacitación, desarrollo y trabajos de investigación. Otra cosa importante en la que estamos trabajando es en el desarrollo de un marco de referencia en lo digital como hay en otros medios, ya que todavía no existe un marco específico y sin dudas es fundamental para el mercado. ¿De qué manera buscan incentivar la inversión en este tipo de publicidad? Actualmente estamos desarrollando una serie de After Offices y Desayunos Digitales dirigidos a empresas. También está el Fórum, evento anual y principal congreso a nivel digital en el país, y este año lanzamos los MIXX Awards, que son los primeros premios para la industria digital en Uruguay, donde vamos a distinguir a desarrolladores, anunciantes y agencias que con su estrategia, creatividad e innovación, impulsan a la industria local del Marketing Interactivo hacia nuevos desafíos y fronteras, contribuyendo a elevar aún más los actuales estándares profesionales. ¿En qué consisten los desayunos digitales? Son talleres para empresas a nivel gerencial donde participan de 12 a 15 empresas por sesión, donde un orador expone durante 20 minutos y luego se abre un espacio para que las empresas compartan sus experiencias en torno al tema. Ya se hicieron dos en el año y los resultados han sido muy positivos. Logramos una buena recepción por parte de las empresas y los líderes de opinión. Creemos que existe una necesidad de este tipo de instancias, dónde compartir experiencias. ¿Qué tipo de empresas participan? Han participado todo tipo de empresas, desde compañías grandes con vasta experiencia en publicidad digital como Unilever, FNC, Monte Paz, Abitab, Movistar y Antel hasta empresas que recién están empezando. Buscamos que a través del intercambio entre las mismas se logre un efecto contagio. ¿Y los After Offices? Los After offices digitales van dirigidos a anunciantes pero también a estudiantes y agencias. Hay un panel que intercambia sobre un tema puntual relacionado a la publicidad digital, como por ejemplo Community Management, SOLOMO o Mobile. El año pasado hicimos la primera edición y los resultados fueron muy positivos. Comenzarán en setiembre en el Undermovie y, a diferencia de los desayunos que son por invitación, serán abiertos para todo público. ¿Qué porcentaje ocupa la publicidad digital en la torta de inversión en publicidad en Uruguay? La realidad es que no hay muchas mediciones al respecto. Nosotros todos los años realizamos un análisis que presentamos en el Fórum mostrando la proyección del siguiente año. Según este análisis estimamos que Uruguay cerrará el año 2012 con un 5% en publicidad digital. Es un porcentaje bajo comparado con los países de la región y el resto del mundo pero se trata de datos que vienen creciendo si tomamos en cuenta los números con que contaba el sector hace tan solo cinco años. ¿Cuál es la situación de Uruguay a nivel regional y en el mundo? La participación de la publicidad digital en la torta publicitaria es baja si la comparamos con la región pues Brasil está con casi un 12%, Argentina y Chile con 7% y Colombia 6%. De igual forma, cualquier cifra de América Latina en cuanto a la participación en la torta queda lejos del 25% de mercados como Reino Unido y Estados Unido según datos del Fórum 2011. ¿La publicidad digital es más rentable que en otros formatos? Cada medio tiene su particularidad. Hay muchos y hay una tendencia a creer que si es digital es más barato y eso es falso. La publicidad digital implica producción y desarrollo y eso tiene sus costos. Tal vez un viral en digital por ejemplo, puede llegar a costar lo mismo que un comercial en televisión. Si bien lo digital puede ser un complemento perfecto de muchos otros medios, no por eso es más barato. Por suerte cada vez más empresas entienden que hay que destinar un rubro específico a digital y que no alcanza con un remanente de la inversión destinada a otros medios. Hay que planificar con objetivos y metas claras para este medio. Para derribar esta creencia entre otras cosas, creemos que son fundamentales las diferentes instancias informativas que ofrecemos. ¿Existe algún indicio de que la publicidad digital está sustituyendo a la de los medios tradicionales?

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No, no hay nada que indique eso. Lo que se observa en las empresas que optan por volcarse más hacia la publicidad digital. Hay una redistribución de la inversión. Los resultados del “Perfil del internauta uruguayo” que realiza cada año el Grupo Radar muestran que las tendencias de Internet en el Uruguay van en el mismo sentido que en el resto del mundo, creciendo a pasos agigantados y sería una necedad no ver eso, pero aún lo digital representa un complemento de otros medios y son pocos los casos dónde se utiliza exclusivamente.

IAB Fórum 2012 La 4ª edición del mayor evento digital del año se realizará el 24 de octubre en el Hotel Sheraton. El IAB Fórum reúne a todas las áreas digitales de las principales empresas del país y a través de conferencias de destacados invitados internacionales, se muestran las principales tendencias en publicidad y marketing interactivo a nivel mundial. Los speakers nacionales e internacionales confirmados para esta edición son “Paco” Conde, Director Creativo de Ogilvy Río de Janeiro, Álvaro Fernando, Marketing Director en Intel para el Cono Sur, Daniel Granatta, Director General Creativo de JWI México, Pablo Capurro, Director de Agencia Digital SG2 y Marcos Christensen, Conuntry Manager para Argentina y Uruguay de la agencia ComScore. Una vez finalizado el Fórum, que dura todo el día, se entregaran por primera vez en Uruguay los MIXX Awards que distinguen el talento de agencias, desarrolladores y anunciantes en la publicidad digital.

Yimber Gaviria Argentina: Hoy la radio argentina celebra su día Fue el 27 de agosto de 1920 cuando la Sociedad Radio Argentina, efectúa en Buenos Aires la primera transmisión radiofónica realizada en el país, con la difusión de Parsifal de Richard Wagner. Dicha transmisión, es considerada, por muchos, como la primera emisión de radio programada de la historia, ya que todas las emisiones anteriores tenían un carácter experimental. Los autores de la hazaña técnica y artística fueron el médico Enrique Susini, junto con sus amigos, los estudiantes Miguel Mujica, César Guerrico y Luis Romero Carranza, todos entusiastas radioexperimentadores fascinados por los últimos descubrimientos e inventos sobre las ondas hertzianas, llamados los locos de la azotea. Con un pequeño micrófono, un transmisor de escasa potencia y las antenas en los techos del teatro Coliseo de la ciudad de Buenos Aires lograron el objetivo, que fue difundir la obra "Parsifal", de Richard Wagner. Así se puso en marcha Radio Argentina, para nosotros la primera emisora del mundo, que marcó el punto de partida para la radiodifusión de nuestro país. FUENTE: http://www.misionesonline.net/noticias/27/08/2012/hoy-la-radio-argentina-celebra-su-dia Imagen de: radiomuseum.org

Yimber Gaviria España: Nace una radio digital creada por y para los emprendedores 27 de Agosto de 2012 En septiembre verá la luz, EmprendeRadio, una nueva emisora digital centrada en el mundo del emprendimiento. Detrás del proyecto está un grupo de emprendedores que cree que falta un espacio en las ondas para cubrir las necesidades de aquellos que quieren lanzarse a la aventura del autoempleo. De momento tienen cuenta en twitter y para financiarse han lanzado una campaña de crowdfunding. Asi lo explican: “EmprendeRadio nace de las inquietudes que genera la aventura de emprender, la falta de información, pero sobre todo, nace de la necesidad de apoyo, de compartir experiencias con personas que sienten lo mismo y que están viviendo una misma situación. Convertir un proyecto en un negocio, hacer realidad una idea… son los objetivos de aquellos que acudimos a empresas que, finalmente, nos venden servicios de consultoría, búsqueda de financiación y otros que, aunque son también necesarios, no satisfacen esa inquietud, esa necesidad de conocimiento, esa sensación de independencia que perseguimos.”

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En la nueva emisora el emprendedor podrá hacer oír su voz, aportar sus conocimientos o experiencias, solucionar dudas, situaciones u obstáculos que no le solucionan otras empresas o sus servicios. Y como el proyecto nace desde cero, para financiarlo han puesto en marcha una acción de crowfunding en Lanzanos.com. Pretenden recaudar, en esta primera fase 1.000 euros para el lanzamiento y terminar el desarrollo de la web.

FUENTE: Sitio Web (crowdfunding): Twitter:

http://www.radiocable.com/radio-emprendedores725.html http://www.lanzanos.com/proyectos/emprenderadio/ https://twitter.com/EmprendeRadio

EL CROWDFUNDING: UN NUEVO MODELO DE NEGOCIO EN INTERNET Ahora hay formas de conseguir dinero para financiar proyectos independientes gracias a internet. Tener una amplia red social es hoy un valor agregado muy importante. En la red hay ya varias páginas de ¿Cómo funciona? Acá no estas pidiendo plata prestada, ni estas buscando un socio inversionista. Se trata de donaciones libres de personas interesadas en tus ideas y que quieren verlas hechas realidad. No es un solo gran aporte a tu proyecto, son miles de pequeños aportes. Lo que hacen las páginas dedicadas a este modelo de negocio se llama Crowdfunding (algo así como fondos de multitudes) y consiste en crear una red de colaboraciones para financiar proyectos. La lista cada día crece más. En Estados Unidos y Europa puedes encontrar un crowdfunding para cada mercado: moda, cine, entretenimiento y hasta arquitectura y finanzas. En este momento, el crowdfunding más reconocido es Kikckstarter.com. Fundando en el 2009 en Estados Unidos, hoy cuenta con una red de usuarios y colaboradores tales como CNN y The New York Times entre otros. Las normas de Kickstarter son amables para todos los que participan en el proyecto. Si quieres empezar a reunir fondos en esta plataforma debes inscribirte, tener una tarjeta de crédito y tener planeado cuanto dinero y en cuanto tiempo lo quieres conseguir. Kickstarter se queda con el 5% de la utilidad de tu proyecto. El recaudo de fondos se hace a través de Amazon payments, y ellos toman un 3.5% por el servicio. La plataforma tiene una única condición: “o todo o nada”. Esto quiere decir que si necesitas 10 pesos para tu proyecto, el dinero no te es desembolsado hasta tanto no llegues a esa meta, para garantizar que puedes llevar acabalidad el plan. De esa forma, se asegura de que los proyectos tengan el capital que se necesita para ser realidad y que los donantes no pierdan su plata. A la fecha, más de 20 millones de dólares han sino recogidos a través de esta red, y se estima que para este año la compañía genere una utilidad de 2 millones de dólares. ....mas info http://www.alomujeres.com/content/el-crowdfunding-un-nuevo-modelo-de-negocio-en-internet

Onda Livre Antena 3 pode vir a fechar / Governo vai concessionar a RTP1 e fechar a RTP2 Antena 3 pode vir a fechar • Governo vai concessionar a RTP1 e fechar a RTP2 pode ler estas notícias na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio - www.ondalivre.com

Yimber Gaviria Angola: Inaugurada Radio "Kairós" de la Iglesia Metodista Luanda - La Iglesia Metodista Unida cuenta, desde hoy, martes, con una estación de radio evangélica, denominada "Kairós", inaugurada por la ministra de la Comunicación Social, Carolina Cerqueira, en la provincia de Luanda. En la frecuencia 98.4, la emisora radiofónica funcionará en la sede de la iglesia, en la capital del país. A pesar de su carácter evangélico, la misma tiene también un carácter comercial, informativo y de recreativo. Bajo la dirección del obispo Gaspar Domingos, la radio cuenta con un estudio de emisión e igual número para grabación, así como sala de redacción y coordinación. Tendrá como funcionarios, algunos fieles de la Iglesia Metodista Unida, cuyo período de trabajo y otros pormenores ligados a la producción y línea editorial están aún por se definidos. Al intervenir en el acto de inauguración, el obispo Gaspar Domingos dijo que la iglesia está a presenciar hoy, un día de alegría y propicio para consagrar la emisora. La Radio Kairós, añadió, es la primera estación en FM perteneciente a la Iglesia Metodista Unida y estará al servicio de la información, educación cívica, formación de la Nación, evangelización y expansión de la santidad bíblica, que cubrirá la provincia de Luanda y alrededores. FUENTE: http://www.portalangop.co.ao/motix/es_es/noticias/sociedade/2012/7/35/Inaugurada-Radio-Kairos-IglesiaMetodista,ca161e2e-32ab-4b10-96c4-6ba2e36ce6f4.html

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Yimber Gaviria Argentina: Inauguraron la radio de la Universidad Nacional del Sur La radio AM 1240 Universidad Nacional del Sur quedó oficialmente inaugurada esta mañana en un acto que se desarrolló en el aula 2 del anexode Agronomía y que contó con la presencia del intendente Gustavo Bevilacqua. También participaron de la primera transmisión oficial de LRI 218, la periodista Andrea Romero; el jefe de prensa de la UNS, Marcelo Tedesco; el rector Guillermo Crapiste y el secretario General de Cultura y Extensión Universitaria, Claudio Carucci. Bevilacqua agradeció a los presentes por dejarlo participar “de un evento donde se festeja un emprendimiento que se viene tratando hace un tiempo, y que es de gran envergadura como es la inauguración de una nueva emisora. “Los valores que contiene la radio son importantísimos como por ejemplo la diversidad de voces, la formación de profesionales, y elcompromiso con las creencias de cada personas, así como creer en la participación y en la democracia”, agregó. La emisora estará al aire las 24 horas, con una programación que abarca informativos, reportes del tiempo, micros con las noticias universitarias y la agenda cultural local, programas sobre la actividad de organizaciones del tercer sector, y de deporte universitario. (PrensaMunicipalidad) (Foto: Prensa Municipalidad) Enlace:http://www.lanueva.com/hoy/nota/5522264322/1/128553.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/UNS-Bah%C3%ADa-Blanca/118777828158793

Enrique A. Wembagher Invitación: Muestra anual de radios antiguas en el Museo Lumiton Info de LU7DSU El museo esta abierto al público miércoles, jueves, viernes y sábado de 10hs a 18hs. http://www.mvl.gov.ar/sec_cultura/museo_lumiton.php. Saludos, Marcelino - LU7DSU

Asociación de Coleccionistas de Radios Antiguas y Afines de la República Argentina ACRAYARA - Buenos Aires, 27 de Agosto de 2012 Estimados Amigos, Este próximo Viernes 31 de Agosto a las 19:00, se abre la muestra de anual de radios antiguas en el Museo Lumiton de Vicente López, en conmemoración a la primera transmisión hecha por Enrique Susini un día como hoy en 1920. Entre otros coleccionistas, varios miembros de ACRAYARA estaremos exponiendo allí algunos de nuestros preciados objetos, radios valvulares antiguas que abarcan desde los años 1920 hasta los 1970. También se podrá ver un gigante y hermoso parlante AMPLION tipo bocina de pie que perteneció a Hipólito Yrigoyen presidente de los argentinos en dos ocasiones (1916 a 1922, 1928 a 1930) y que fuera utilizado para hablarle al pueblo. Y cómo vamos por más, están todos invitados no sólo a asistir pasivamente, sino también a participar. Contaremos con la presencia de una dama nacida solo unos días antes de aquella primera transmisión de 1920 lo cual seguramente podremos charlar de aquellos primeros años, contar anécdotas, recordar radioteatros, etc. Y al margen de participaciones, por favor, ¡están todos invitados a VENIR! ¿De qué sirve tener una pila de radios sin alguien que la vea y comente un poco? Va a estar lindo pasar un rato y charlar de radios. La dirección es Cabral 2354, Munro, Vicente López. La muestra permanecerá abierta un mes, y usualmente gracias a los eventos que organiza el museo, se junta algo de gente los Sábados con lo cual en ocasiones aprovechamos para juntamos allí los que participamos y cualquier ocasión es buena para prender alguna radio y darles vida. Saludos: ACRAYARA-

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Yimber Gaviria Colombia: Suspenden Radio Mar Caribe, emisora de Édgar Perea en Barranquilla Fue sacada del aire en la mañana de este martes. Equipos fueron incautados por hombres del CTI. Una rueda de prensa con el técnico de Junior 'Cheché Hernández' fue lo último que se escuchó este martes a través de los micrófonos de la emisora Radio Mar Caribe 'La Campeona', de propiedad del reconocido locutor Édgar Perea y su hijo Sydar Marcelo Perea. Pasadas las 8:00 de la mañana de este martes, cuando el periodista deportivo de ADN, Rafael Castillo Vizcaíno, formulaba una pregunta la señal fue interrumpida por orden de funcionarios de la Fiscalía que llegaron con hombres armados del Cuerpo Técnico de Investigaciones (CTI). La instrucción, expedida por la Fiscalía Quinta Delegada de las Telecomunicaciones, era que se realizara el procedimiento de incautación de todos los bienes de la emisora que nació el 1° de enero de 1989, con p rogramas protagonizados por Édgar Perea y Fabio Poveda Márquez (ya fallecido). Neil Medina, abogado de la familia Perea, explicó que, según lo que pudo entender, la emisora incurrió, según la Fiscalía, en el delito 257 del Código Penal y que se traduce en la utilización del espacio electromagnético sin tener las respectivas autorizaciones por parte del Ministerio de las Telecomunicaciones. Medina subrayó que Radio Mar Caribe sí cuenta con todas las autorizaciones para poder emitir a través de la frecuencia 870 de la banda AM, por eso no se explica por qué se tomaron dichas medidas. "Nos dijeron que tiene la autorización, pero no ampliada a Barranquilla, cosa que no entendemos", precisó. "Se llevaron las consolas, los micrófonos, todo", declaró. Para el jurista, dado que la Fiscalía se tomó atribuciones de allanamiento sin orden judicial de respaldo, se violaron las garantías legales. La diligencia se llevó a cabo en calma hasta pasado el mediodía. "Ahora nos toca ir mañana (miércoles) a la diligencia de legalización de incautación de todos esos artículos para ver qué procedimiento seguiremos", concluyó el abogado. FUENTE: http://www.eltiempo.com/colombia/barranquilla/ARTICULO-WEB-NEW_NOTA_INTERIOR-12174781.html

Yimber Gaviria Colombia: Producción discográfica rinde homenaje a Radio Sutatenza Carátula de "Sutatenza el campo de la radio". Por: Elespectador.com – 116 audios y textos en braile están condensados en "Sutatenza el campo de la radio". Un importante número de los programas radiales de Sutatenza están condesados en "Sutatenza el campo de la radio", producción discográfica que será lanzada oficialmente este miércoles en la Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango. El producto, realizado con la colaboración de la Fonoteca de rtvc, recopila algunos de los programas que hicieron parte de la programación de la emisora creada por Monseñor José Joaquín Salcedo en 1947 con la finalidad de llevar conocimiento a los campesinos así como lecciones de catecismo. "Esta muestra da cuenta de la variedad de formatos sonoros, temas y recursos a los que apelaron Acción Cultural Popular y Radio Sutatenza para hacer del campo y de la vida agraria un referente significativo en el imaginario de los colombianos", asegura Dora Brausin, coordinadora de la Fonoteca de rtvc. Este disco, que estará disponible en las bibliotecas públicas y universitarias, contiene 116 audios que inician con la oración con la que habitualmente Monseñor abría cada día ycierra con la última grabación existente de 1995 y que marcó el final de una emisora que hizo historia en la radio colombiana. La música y diferentes espacios de entretenimiento y contenido educativo también hacen parte de este álbum, pues en Radio Sutatenza "confluyeron espacios que aún hoy están en la memoria de miles de colombianos y que son reflejo de la fe en el potencial transformador que tiene la comunicación". Otro aspecto importante de "Sutatenza el campo de la radio" es que los nombres y contenidos del disco fueron escritos en papel ecológico y en sistema braile, como parte de la iniciativa de Radio Televisión Nacional de Colombia de crear contenidos accesibles para personas en condición de discapacidad visual. La presentación oficial de "Sutatenza el campo de la radio" se llevará a cabo este miércoles a las 5 de la tarde en la Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango. FUENTE: http://www.elespectador.com/entretenimiento/arteygente/medios/articulo-370822-produccion-discografica-rinde-homenaje-radio-sut

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Yimber Gaviria Colombia: RCN Radio y la Cadena Súper firman acuerdo RCN Radio y la Cadena Súper firman acuerdo - More Sharing Services - Por: RCN La Radio Fernando Molina Soto, Presidente de RCN Radio y Álvaro Pava Camelo, Presidente de la Cadena Súper de Colombia, comunican: 1.- Han realizado una alianza estratégica para operar diferentes estaciones AM, de propiedad de los accionistas de la Cadena Súper de Colombia. 2. Esta alianza incluye las emisoras: 970 de Bogotá, 710 de Medellín, 1.200 de Cali, 1.020 de Villavicencio, 1.020 de Ibagué, 900 de Cúcuta y 1.100 de Neiva. 3. Esta alianza empezará a regir a partir del primero (1) de noviembre del presente año y pretende, básicamente ofrecerle más alternativas a los oyentes de los dos medios de comunicación. 4. Esta es una alianza estratégica de riesgo compartido, regida por las normas del derecho privado, existentes en Colombia. 5.- La Cadena Súper de Colombia, mantendrá la propiedad de la totalidad de sus emisoras. 6.- El contenido noticioso de RCN Televisión, estará a disposición de los oyentes de RCN Radio, en estas estaciones. 7. Oportunamente comunicaremos a nuestros oyentes la nueva programación de las estaciones Súper, ahora asociadas a RCN. Firmado en Bogotá, D.C, a los veintiocho (28) días del mes de agosto de dos mil doce (2012). FERNANDO MOLINA SOTO PRESIDENTE RCN RADIO ÁLVARO PAVA CAMELO PRESIDENTE CADENA RADIAL SÚPER FUENTE: http://www.rcnradio.com/noticias/rcn-radio-y-la-cadena-super-firman-acuerdo18096

Yimber Gaviria Colombia: Blu Radio comenzará a emitir señal el 6 de septiembre Por: Juan Carlos Piedrahíta B. El martes se presentó la parrilla de programación completa de BLU, la nueva alternativa en el dial colombiano cuyo primer paso es la consolidación del proyecto noticioso para después abarcar propuestas musicales de corte popular. Por ahora Blu no significa nada. En el espectro de los colores, en italiano traduce ‘azul’ y, por cosas de las casualidades, ese es el tono menos empleado por las grandes cadenas de radio en Colombia. La idea es que en pocos meses este nombre se consolide y se convierta, tal y como dice su premisa actual, en “la nueva alternativa en radio”. Por eso lleva varios meses diseñándose para salir al aire el próximo 6 de septiembre, en la frecuencia 96.9 en Bogotá y en diales por definir aún en las ciudades capitales de todos los departamentos del país. Con Blu el Grupo Santo Domingo, propietario de Caracol Televisión y de El Espectador, complementa su portafolio de empresas dedicadas al cubrimiento periodístico. “Teníamos mucho talento en nuestra casa, en todas las demás plataformas, pero ahora nos hemos reforzado con las virtudes que había en otros equipos. Nos han dado rienda suelta para conformar un gran colectivo porque la radio se hace con gente. Antes importaba solamente que la voz fuera bonita, ahora lo relevante es ‘qué dijo’. Por eso contratamos gente que dice cosas, que cuenta historias y que debate con el gran conocimiento del tema”, comenta Carlos Arturo Gallego, vicepresidente de radio de Caracol TV. Antes, la radio era el medio más inmediato, el que informaba primero y marcaba la agenda del tema del que se debía hablar a lo largo del día. Incluso, décadas atrás existió un espacio cuyo lema era: “Qué pasó mientras usted dormía”. Los hábitos han cambiado y eso no pasa ahora porque las que primero informan son las comunidades en internet. Ni la radio, ni el equipo directivo del sistema Blu desconocen lo que está sucediendo, y por eso han dado un paso adelante. Ahora no sólo cuenta decir lo que pasó sino que hay que ir más allá para establecer las razones y tratar de suponer las consecuencias de los hechos. “Para nosotros no existen los noticieros o los informativos porque son palabras del siglo pasado y por eso preferimos decir: voces y sonidos de Colombia y del mundo”, asegura Carlos Arturo Gallego, quien ayer tuvo la misión de presentar la parrilla de programación completa de Blu y también les abrió a los demás medios informativos las puertas de los nuevos estudios de la emisora, cuyas cabinas están dotadas con la más alta tecnología. A diferencia de la gran mayoría de infraestructuras radiales, los máster de control están separados de todo el equipo de producción para no torpedear ninguno de los procesos de elaboración de un programa. Sin embargo, todas las instancias están conectadas y desde allí se emitirá la señal del nuevo sistema. La programación comenzará con Mañanas Blu, un espacio de información y de opinión dirigido por Néstor Morales y con la participación de Felipe Zuleta, Mábel Lara, el general (r) Óscar Naranjo, Eduardo Pizarro, Luis Carlos Vélez, Héctor Abad Faciolince, Pía Barragán y Diva Jessurum, entre muchos otros periodistas y analistas de la realidad económica, social y política de Colombia y del mundo.

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Después de este espacio, que empezará a las 5:00 a.m. y terminará a las 12:00 m., se emitirá un programa de debate local en el que se analizarán los temas más relevantes que afectan a los ciudadanos. Se trata aquí de encontrar soluciones a las problemáticas urbanas más habituales. Las tardes tendrán una mezcla de noticias, actualidad, deportes y entretenimiento con Agenda de Tacones, Blog Deportivo y Vox Populi, para terminar la jornada con La Nube, que tratará la tecnología como un componente más de la cotidianidad. Para el fin de semana se pensó en una programación más relajada con historias de vida y con música. María Clara Gracia y Óscar Jaime Tito López tendrán la misión de conducir algunos espacios de los sábados, domingos y festivos. “Con esta programación tendremos una presencia fuerte en el dial y en internet. Creemos que los portales compiten con los demás medios, pero nosotros hemos decidido que si lo que sabemos hacer es audio, pues tendremos una propuesta para que la gente consuma audio. Vamos a facilitar el consumo de la emisora a través de los teléfonos móviles”, dice Carlos Arturo Gallego, quien anticipó que la segunda etapa del proyecto es la radio musical pues el grupo objetivo con radio hablada está en los estratos del 3 al 6, mientras que con la música se pretende atacar el icho popular. El 6 de septiembre llega Blu para emitir señales de actualidad, entretenimiento y opinión. FUENTE: http://www.elespectador.com/entretenimiento/arteygente/medios/articulo-370866-blu-radio-comenzara-emitir-senal-el-6-de-septiem

Marina Arrocha C. Contesta Email de la ADU Nota: Gracias por el reporte. Atte. Marina Arrocha C. RESPONSABLE DE MARKETING RADIO ILLIMANI- RED PATRIA NUEVA

Arnaldo Slaen ARGENTINA: Nueva emisora de amplitud modulada en la Provincia de Entre Rios AM 1360 ESTIRPE ENTRERRIANA (1360 KHz) se trata de una nueva emisora de Onda Media de carácter “no oficial” que emite desde la localidad de María Grande, Departamento Paraná, Provincia de Entre Ríos (Argentina). La emisora comenzó emisiones por el mes de Abril pasado, y a la fecha lo hace en período de prueba y ajuste, aunque ya posee sus primeros espacios de programación y emite publicidad local.Al igual que su “hermana” AM 1250 ESTIRPE NACIONAL (1250 KHz) de la localidad de San Justo, Provincia de Buenos Aires, la nueva emisora es propiedad del Sr. Héctor Raúl Franco y su esposa, la Sra. Hilda Susana Schifitto. Los estudios centrales de la estación se encuentran ubicados sobre la calle Justo José de Urquiza Nº 607, (E3133DGM) María Grande, Entre Ríos; Teléfono: (0343) 494-1464. Desde ese lugar emite un pequeño multimedio local conformado por FM MARIA en 96.7 MHz FM (LRM984), el CANAL 4 TV MARÍA GRANDE, y el portal informativo “María Grande Al Día”. La radio de AM transmite con un transmisor Adema de 1 Kw de potencia y una antena omnidireccional de 54 metros de altura, localizado en la Zona Rural de la ciudad. AM 1360 ESTIRPE ENTRERRIANA utiliza el slogan “La Voz de Nuestra Gente” y por el momento puede ser escuchada en la Web en el dominio: http://www.mariagrandealdia.com.ar/estirpe/index.html (Marcelo A. Cornachioni, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Arnaldo Slaen PÈRU: Pachamama Radio celebra su noveno aniversario Un 24 de agosto comenzó la historia de una emisora en el sur del Perú, que lleva como nombre un término impregnado en la cultura de los aymaras y quechuas “Pachamama”. En los 9 años que cumple hoy, celebra con un pasado importante, un presente prometedor y un futuro histórico. Con muchos aciertos y errores, la emisora logró entrar a los corazones de miles de oyentes a lo largo de la región Puno, siendo una alternativa comunicativa de carácter informativo, educativo, recreativo, con diversos programas periodísticos, musicales, revistas y deportivos, que se escuchan desde las 3 y 30 de la madrugada y culmina a las 11 de la noche. No sólo Pachamama Radio, se

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escucha, ahora también se puede disfrutar de su programación a través del TV Online, mediante el www.pachamamaradio.org e interactuar con los periodistas y locutores a través de las redes sociales, facebook y twitter. IDEAL Puno, siendo la institución propietaria de Pachamama Radio, apuesta por contribuir al desarrollo de la región, y por ello, en el presente año, se apostó por mejorar ese trabajo, siempre garantizando como prioridad comunicativa la independencia y la pluralidad, principios que nos llevaron a conversar contigo con franqueza.

Arnaldo Slaen Escuchas ARGENTINA AM1710 que transmite desde el Barrio de Villa Urquiza, en la Ciudad Aut‫ף‬noma de Buenos Aires, est‫ ב‬fuera del aire por estos d‫ם‬as, lo que permite escuchar en los 1700 khz a Radio Fant‫ב‬stico, que volvi‫ ף‬a emplear esta QRG en reemplazo de AK, que emitia desde Nordelta, en el norte del GBA.(Arnaldo Slaen, Argentina) BANGLADESH 15505 Radio Bangladesh Betar, Dhaka, 15:30-15:45, Agosto 20, Hindi, Anuncios y comentarios breves por locutora y mucha m‫ת‬sica local. Llega con 34433. La transmisi‫ף‬n fue realizada con el nuevo transmisor de 250 kws. Conforme esquema en DX RE MIX NEWS # 743 (Arnaldo Slaen, Argentina) COLOMBIA 14950,80 Salem Est‫י‬reo, R‫ם‬o Blanco, 11:25-11:30, Agosto 19, Espa‫ס‬ol, escuchada con m‫ת‬sica cristiana y anuncios ininteligibles en espa‫ס‬ol por locutor. Por momentos la se‫ס‬al era muy buena y por otros apenas audible. Despues de las 1130 UTC la emisora prosigui‫ ף‬la emisi‫ף‬n con una charla religiosa en espa‫ס‬ol. La recepci‫ף‬n se hizo siempre en modo USB. SINPO 24422. El municipio de Rioblanco cuenta con un ‫ב‬rea de 1.443 kil‫ף‬metros cuadrados, esta localizado al suroccidente del departamento del Tolima, su cabecera se localiza sobre los 3÷33' de latitud norte y los 75÷ 40' de longitud al oeste de Greenwich. Su temperatura promedio es de 18,6 grados cent‫ם‬grados Limita al norte con el municipio de Chaparral; por el sur con el municipio de Planadas; por el oriente con el municipio de Ataco y por el occidente con el departamento del Valle del Cauca. En su mayor parte es un territorio monta‫ס‬oso y sus principales fuentes h‫ם‬dricas las componen: el r‫ם‬o Salda‫ס‬a, el R‫ם‬o Rioblanco, el r‫ם‬o Hereje, el r‫ם‬o Cambrin y las quebrada el Arrastradero y la Italia. Los l‫ם‬mites municipales fueron establecidos por la Ordenanza # 011 de 1984. El municipio presenta como divisiones administrativas tradicionales el sector urbano, determinado por el per‫ם‬metro urbano, y el sector rural el cual est‫ ב‬conformado por noventa y cinco (95) veredas y dos Inspecciones de Polic‫ם‬a (Herrera y Puerto Salda‫ס‬a). El sector urbano del municipio de Rioblanco fue determinado por el per‫ם‬metro urbano establecido por el Acuerdo municipal No.011 de 1990. (M‫ב‬s info en http://www.rioblanco-tolima.gov.co/index.shtml) (Arnaldo Slaen, Argentina) CLANDESTINA 12130 Voice of the Tigers (p), 12:45-13:00, Agosto 20, Vernacular, Musica y anuncios por locutor, 24432. La emisora transmitir‫ם‬a desde Tashkent para Sri Lanka y seg‫ת‬n mis averiguaciones transmite solamente dos dias a la semana pero no se si sali‫ ף‬al aire el lunes. (Arnaldo Slaen, Argentina)

Anker Petersen Escuchas Here are my latest loggings from sunny and warm Skovlunde, done on my AOR AR7030PLUS with 28 metres of longwire:

4010.10 4451.18 4747.09 4750 4810.01 4835 4955.00 5580.28 9745 11735

1720-1800* KGZ 22.08 Kyrgyz R 1, Krasnaya Rechka, Bishkek Kyrgyz ann and Kyrgyz folksongs, 1757 closing ann and national hymn by choir 35333, only transmitter hum on // 4795 2240-2250 BOL 19.08 R Santa Ana, Santa Ana del Yacuma Spanish talk 15221 AP-DNK 2250-2305 PRU 19.08 R Huanta 2000, Huanta Spanish advs and conversation 25332 AP-DNK 2040-2050 CHN 21.08 Voice of China, Hailar Chinese talk by man and woman 35333 // 4800 (55444) and 11710 (34333) AP-DNK 2255-2315 PRU 19.08 R Logos, Chazuta hymns and orchestra music in UNID language, best in LSB due to strong noise in USB, splashes from Voice of China on 4800 24232 AP-DNK 2045-2050 AUS 21.08 VL8A, Alice Springs, NT English conversation 35232 (2325 and 2485 had faded out) AP-DNK 2310-2335 PRU 19.08 R Cultural Amauta, Huanta Spanish Andean singing, Spanish talk and hymns 25232 AP-DNK 2318-2335 BOL 19.08 R San Jos‫י‬, San Jos‫ י‬de Chiquitos Spanish religious talk 25222 2050-2100 TWN 21.08 Voice of Kuanghua, Kuanyin Chinese talk, Chinese song 25222 2020-2040 TZA 21.08 Zanzibar Broadcasting Corporation, Dole, Zanzibar Swahili talk, romantic songs with Indian flavour (Bollywood ?) 45444 AP-DNK

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Glenn Hauser Logs August 23, 2012 ** ALASKA. 7355, Aug 23 at 1214, Christian praise music, sounds like English; yes, 1217 talk about need for strong families. Fair signal declining to poor. It`s KNLS at 12-13, 285 degrees from Anchor Point (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** BANGLADESH. 15105, Aug 23, little to no signals from Bangladesh Betar during the 1230 English and 1315 Nepali semihours; and from 1358 past 1400, no signal at all on 15505 where Urdu was expected, as IS was recorded yesterday for WORLD OF RADIO 1631. Really poor propagation today and/or have they changed frequencies again? The great-circle path from Dacca (as on my old globe) to Enid passes within 7 degrees of the North Pole at 83 N, and enters North America at Mould Bay on Prince Patrick Island (if it`s still called that) in the Canadian Arctic. Long path traverses the base of Palmer Peninsula, Antarctica (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake August 23, before 1300: 14700, JBA at 1227, none in the 11s, 12s, 13s 15555, very poor at 1254, het on lo side; none in the 16s, 17s 15710, poor at 1253; unusual spot, not in Aoki, nor any likely target, but probably a jumparound from Sound of Hope or Voice of Tibet via Tajikistan. Would you believe WHRI5 is on 15710 at 12-13? No, it`s not (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** EQUATORIAL GUINEA. 15190, Aug 23 at 0553, gospel huxters discussing how wives must obey husbands, and gay marriage just won`t do, leading to adoption rather than procreation of children. 0558 wrapping up with no names of speakers or the program just heard, until next week; brief pause, no ID and 0559 starting another, Program #124, which is how Tony Alamo started his shows, and sure `nuff, it`s really him mumbling despite being incarcerated for 175 years following convixion for child sexual abuse. He notes that it`s Mothers` Day (no doubt from a year long ago), and prays that God will somehow ``take taxation off the people that I married``, i.e. minors. Chorus of assent from girls with him. Then YL starts reading letters allegedly from listeners, first from someone in Kinshasa, DR Congo (another tuner to 15190?) addressed to ``My dear Pastor Alamo``, then someone in Illinois. Thank you, Pan American Broadcasting, for keeping this monster on the air (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MADAGASCAR. Looks like the Talata relay is falling apart with all kinds of anomalies: 13840, Aug 23 at 0532 and still at 0540, open carrier/dead air instead of NHK relay in French. 13765, Aug 23 at 0532, Vatican Radio, Portuguese with continuous whistles/squeals worse than ever. 15400, Aug 23 at 0534 and several later chex before 0600, no signal from R. Dabanga, which is usually quite good. (Something very poor on 11650, presumably still Dabanga via Vatican; other Africans are in well on 19m: 15120 Nigeria, 15190 Equatorial Guinea, 15580 VOA BOTS.) Then there`s the 15580 collision at 2000 with VOA, still being investigated (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MAURITANIA. 7245, Aug 23 at 0547, IGIM is on by now with usual soporific wake-up chanting session (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NIGERIA. 15120, Aug 23 at 0535, VON at S9+13 level with hum, distorted rock music. Many nights it is inaudible or off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** SAUDI ARABIA. 17615, Aug 23 at 1330-1348+, Qur`an from BSKSA; lovely performance by tenor and perfect for dozing as I didn`t get enough sleep last night. There`s no rhyme and no reason, especially if one doesn`t understand Arabic; if you have a bass voice, don`t even dream of becoming an Islamic cantor, why? We now have amplification and radio. Clearer and stronger here than // 17625 with its perpetual hum (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A [non]. 15580, Aug 23 at 0537, good signal at S9+12 from VOA BOTSWANA with news in English. I believe this is `International Edition` which according to AFGE Local 1812 is now originally aired live only at 0530 and repeated later in the day without updating. 7575, Aug 23 at 1208, detailed report on row between Japan and China over disputed islands, eventually IDed as

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`Crossroads Asia` program. This is about to be canceled, per AFGE Local 1812, as in DXLD 12-33, but not yet. The 12-13 hour on 7575 radiates 18 degrees from Udorn, THAILAND, also USward. (A few minutes earlier, R. Japan was reporting on dispute between Japan and South Korea over some other islands.) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. Further chex for weak mystery carriers in the 11.7s (is anyone else hearing them, if not tracing them?): 11734, Aug 23 before 1300, this is the only one and not in sequence with the others. 11776, Aug 23 cuts on at *1259:43 hetting Anguilla, and then all the others at +/- 8 kHz intervals from 11760 are also audible: 11736, 11744, 11752, 11768, 11784. Are these emanating from something on 11760? There is CCI under RHC there, but not sure what (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Rafael Martínez Escuchas Aquestes dues foren captacions fetes el 9/6 al pic del Martell al Garraf: CATALUNYA Flaix FM Mallorca, 100.6; carta de verificaci‫ף‬, V/S Jordi Gol Arias, Director ְrea Tecnol‫ע‬gica Grup Flaix, T-shirt i 2 piruletes. Informe+MP3 via e-mail. 6 dies. Gr‫א‬cies a l'Artur per passar-me el contacte!! (Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya) BALEARS Catalunya R‫א‬dio Mallorca, 93.3; QSL i adhesius, Informe+MP3 via e-mail enviat [email protected], em va respondre J. Francesc Castell‫ ף‬i Estany Cap de Manteniment T‫ט‬cnic, prometent la QSL que va arribar als 6 dies. Vaig aconseguir el contacte omplint el formulari d'atenci‫ ף‬a l'audi‫ט‬ncia que es troba al web. Els e-mail enviats a les adreces que consten a Guia de la Radio 2010 foren tornats.(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya) USA R. Martí, Greenville, 6030, QSL, V/S Chief Engineer (il·legible), 13 dies. Informe enviat directament a l'estaci‫ ף‬de Greenville.(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya) NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS RFA Tinian, 9385, QSL. Informe+MP3 via e-mail, 5 dies(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya). VATICAN CITY R.Vaticana, 6075, QSL. Informe en franc‫ט‬s via e-mail, 17 dies(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya). GERMANY R. Netherlands, 6065, QSL. Informe via e-mail, 19 dies, final broadcast 29/06/12(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya). EQUATORIAL GUINEA R. Africa, 15190, QSL, carta i programaci‫ ;ף‬Informe+MP3 via e-mail a [email protected], la QSL ‫י‬s de Pan American Broadcasting amb la indicaci‫ ף‬al revers "Radio East Africa"; 57 dies(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya). ROMANIA R. City via IRRS, 7290, eQSL-sheet, informe via e-mail, 1 dia(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya). GERMANY Europe 1, 183, QSL, V/S il·legible amb salutaci‫ ף‬en castell‫!א‬, 53 dies(Rafael Mart‫ם‬nez , Catalunya).

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Anatoly Klepov Extracto del RUS-DX # 678, 26 August 2012 Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 26 , August 2012 Information bulletin of Russian DX League Electronic version - Time : UTC Chief Editor : Anatoly Klepov Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova E-mail : [email protected] Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian / English) RUSSIA Contest Tenders for obtaining the right to engage terrestrial broadcasting to the use of specific radio frequencies from October 31, 2012. Voronezhskayaoblast. Voronezh. 100,7 MHz, 0,5 kW. Voronezhskayaoblast. Voronezh. 99,9 MHz, 1 kW. Kostromskayaoblast. Kostroma. 99,3 MHz, 0,5 kW Lipettskayaoblast. Lipetsk. 103,7 MHz, 0,1 kW. Lipettskayaoblast. Lipetsk. 99,4 MHz, 1 kW. Khanty-MansiyskiyAvtonomnyOkrug. Syrgyt. Yugra. 106,9 MHz, 1 kW. Khanty-Mansiyskiy Avtonomny Okrug. Syrgyt. BelyYar. 90,3 MHz, 2 kW. Tverskayaoblast. Tver. Andreyanovo. 104,3 MHz, 2 kW. Saratovskayaoblast. Saratov. Engelsk. 89,8 MHz, 0,25 kW. Saratovskaya oblast. Saratov. Engelsk. 91,5 MHz, 1 kW. Tyumenskayaoblast. Tyumen. 89,2 MHz, 0,5 kW. Tyumenskaya oblast. Tyumen. 89,6 MHz, 0,1 kW. Moscow Radio «Voice of Russia» will launch its own social network The creation of a platform for sotsseti state broadcasting company «Voice of Russia» plans to spend 5 million rubles The project will be designed for the Russian-speaking audience of the radio «Voice of Russia»: men and women aged 16 to 70 years, conducting one-two hours a day on the Internet and interested in establishing contacts between the Russian-speaking users from all over the world. About this «news» has told a source close to the company. «Voice of Russia» state radio company, financed by the government of the Russian Federation. Radio introduces the world community to the life of Russia, contributes to the strengthening of the positive image of Russia in the world. Broadcasts to 160 countries in 38 languages. In the Internet «Radio of Russia» is represented in 33 languages, the website of the rus.ruvr.ru available online broadcasts. Moskovskaya oblast. Letter from radio center №3 of the MRC RTRS, Taldom, the pic. North, Hello, Anatoly. Thank you for attention to our transmissions for Your report. Sorry for the delay in answering - I was on vacation for almost a month, the answer was no. The fact is that, in contrast to the radio (for example, VGTRK "Radio of Russia" or GRK "Voice of Russia") in transmitting radiocenters never was the service of the interaction with radio stations, and this activity on our radiocenter is held only due to my own initiative and still have enough enthusiasm. In his time (in 2003). at the beginning of an experienced radio broadcasting in digital format DRM radio Amateurs all over the world really helped us in the assessment of the reception of our gear in different modes, and we were able to pick up the most optimum parameters for the qualitative and stable broadcast in a mode of DRM. Unfortunately, our management does not fully understand the importance of this feedback, recalls about the possibility of a feedback with the trainees, when it gets the circumstances of the claims. Skilled Amateurs can provide a more objective and detailed circumstances of reception conditions and the state of the ether in a zone of reception than the usual listeners, жалующиеся just in a bad reception. In particular, there were cases of interference on the part of the Albanian transmitters with acceptance of our transmission in Western Europe, and it was not our fault. German and British Amateurs helped to understand the situation, we promptly got the proof of his "alibi", and claims against us have been withdrawn. Safely allowing their problems, management shifted its attention to other things... All this to the fact, that the official QSL-cards our management does not ordered, and I can send You only its version of QSL-cards in electronic form, which You will be able to print on inkjet printer in color. You can also send your report to the address of "Radio of Russia" by e-mail: [email protected] , it is possible, they will send You their official QSL-card. Historical information about our радиоцентре. Our centre was established in 1952 near the city of Taldom, which in the 19th century was a town of craftsmenshoemakers. Together with радиоцентром was built by the village of Severny (North), in which lived the first builders, and then the employees of the radio center.

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There were built 4 stations, antenna installations and auxiliary buildings for different services. At the present time there are 3 stations, which are 2 of long-wave (LW) transmitter with a capacity of 500 and 300 kW (which now does not work), short-wave (SW) AM-transmitters with a capacity of 250 kW (5 pieces) and 500 kW (2 PCs.), also 3 shortwave DRM-transmitter (40 kW). A few years ago worked another station, where they were located communication SW transmitters, now they were dismantled, and the plant closed down. Our centre is a part of the Moscow Regional Center (MRC), which is, in turn, branch of the Russian Television and Broadcasting Network (RTRS). All of the major broadcasting companies in Russia use transmitting technical means of the company as of the all-Russian operator of connection and broadcasting. So, our transmitters are used for broadcasting of such programs as "Radio of Russia" of the all-Russian State TV and Broadcasting Company (VGTRK) for domestic broadcasting and programme of the State radio company "the Voice of Russia" for the international broadcasting on short wave The program "Radio of Russia" for the listeners in Europe with our radio center broadcasts on short-wave one of the AM transmitter (250 kW) according to the following schedule: 04:00 - 08:00 UTC - 12070 kHz; 08:30 - 13:00 UTC - 13665 kHz; 13:30 - 17:00 UTC - 9480 kHz; 17:30 - 21:00 UTC - 7215 kHz. Programme of the State radio company "the Voice of Russia" are transferred to our radio center in the AM mode on short-wave transmitters with a nominal capacity of 250 kW: 02:00 - 06:00 UTC - 11965 kHz in the Russian language, 13:00 - 15:00 UTC - 11860 kHz in the Russian language, 14:00 - 16:00 UTC - 11985 kHz in the Turkish language, 16:00 - 18:00 UTC - 11985 kHz in English, 15:00 - 17:00 UTC - 11610 Hz in the Serbian/Croatian languages, 17:00 - 19:00 UTC - 11610 kHz in the French language, 17:00 - 18:00 UTC - 15465 kHz in the Italian language, 18:00 - 20:00 UTC - 15465 kHz in the French language. Transmission of the programs of radio "Voice of Russia" in the digital standard DRM (with an average capacity of 40 kW) in the format of MDI: 06:00 - 10:00 UTC - 11830 kHz RUVR-1A - in English 06:00 - 09:00 UTC - 11830 kHz RUVR-1B - in the Russian language 09:00 - 10:00 UTC - 11830 kHz RUVR-1B - in the German language. I wish you success in Your hobby and all the best. With respect, Andrey Shaidurov, leading engineer, radio center №3 of the MRC RTRS, Taldom, the pic. North, Russia. (editor) Novosibirskaya oblast. Novosibirsk. On August 21, 2012 hear the Voice of Russia in English on the 21810 kHz instead of 21800. On the list of eibi transmitter in Novosibirsk instead of the former in Irkutsk. Interestingly, this is a planned move or ad-hoc? (Alexander Egorov, Kiev, Ukraine / “open_dx”) Primorsky Krai In search of information found on the local, very interesting information-musical portal Vladivostok FM http://vladivostok.fm/ The main goal is to unite in one place all of VHF FM broadcasting in the Primorsky territory. On the forums http://vladivostok.fm/forum/84 youth and not only touches on the theme of development of radio in General (especially VHF, Internet broadcasting) Also wondering about the future of radio broadcasting:) http://vladivostok.fm/forum/84-250-1 Them too (I have in view of young people 16-22 years) are interested in and new transmitters, and new frequency and format of broadcasting stations and the conditions of the route and a new broadcasting and much more (Roman Nazarov, Russia, Primorskiy region, Spassk-Dalniy QTH-LOC: PN64io: RX: TECSUN PL-660 ANT: LW-8m / “deneb-radio-dx”) NRJ GROUP NRJ GROUP expands its presence in the territory of the Russian Federation on 5 September in Moscow will be an official press conference on the theme: "Development of the Federal network NRJ as an example of a successful and equitable cooperation between Russian and European broadcasters". The French company NRJ Group is the owner of one of the most respected and well-known brands in the world radio industry - ENERGY (NRJ). Radio stations under the brand of ENERGY (NRJ) broadcast in more than 20 countries and are considered to be legislators musical fashion. Every day, millions of listeners around the world, tuning in to the frequency ENERGY (NRJ), learn about the latest trends in the world of the music industry, the biggest musical events and festivals. Radio

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ENERGY is an integral part of the global youth culture, reflecting the values, tastes and preferences of young people. The main audience of the station is the modern youth 15-35 years. In Russia Radio ENERGY (NRJ), open "Broadcasting Corporation Prof-Media" (VKPM), has been successfully working since 2006, occupying the leading position among the radio stations of Moscow. One of the following strategic steps NRJ GROUP is the launch of the youth of European radio stations in the Northern capital of Russia. The goal of the project - leadership in the market of broadcasting of Saint-Petersburg. The official start of Radio ENERGY in St. Petersburg on September 3, 2012…. ARMENIA Received e-QSL from TWR for the reception in the Russian language 27.07.2012, 18.45-19.15 on the frequency 1350 kHz (transmitter Gavar, Armenia 500 kW). The report sent: [email protected] (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “denebradio-dx”) UKRAINE Natteleradio of Ukraine allowed the radio and television stations broadcast in Russian. The national Council of Ukraine on television and radio broadcasting on the implementation of the law «On the fundamentals of state language policy» allowed to television and radio news broadcasts on Russian language, the correspondent of REX. In the NCLSI August 20, 2012 approved new forms of applications for issuing (renewal, re-registration and issue of a duplicate of the license for broadcasting. The corresponding order was signed by the Chairman of the regulatory authority of Vladimir Manzhosov. As it was reported earlier from the sample applications removed the «Language (s) that will be the place of transmission (%)». These documents were prepared in connection with the entry into force of the Law of Ukraine «On fundamentals of the state language policy», and also taking into account numerous appeals of economic entities. Representatives of the National Council of the oblasts, the cities of Kyiv and Sevastopol are obliged to bring to the attention of heads of television and radio organizations information on the possibility of renewal of licenses to broadcast. (iarex.ru / OnAir.ru)

Roberto Pavanello Escuchas 3320 25/8 22.05 R. Sonder Grense - Meyerton Afrikaans MX suff. 4319USB 25/8 23.25 AFRTS - Diego Garcia EE MX buono 4835 24/8 21.50 VL8A - Alice Springs EE MX suff. 5952.5 25/8 22.35 R. Pio XII - Siglo XX Aymara talk YL suff. 6045 26/8 09.00 R. Iceman - [email protected] EE ID e MX ottimo 6180 25/8 23.20 R. Nac. Amazonas - Brasilia PP calcio buono 6205 26/8 08.45 R. Borderhunter - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6245 25/8 22.10 R. Focus Int. - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6255 25/8 22.15 R. Telstar South - ??? EE ID e MX buono 6300 25/8 23.00 R. Fox 48 - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6973 25/8 22.10 R. Galei Tzahal - Jerusalem Ebraico talk buono 9805 25/8 18.15 R. Cairo - IT NX buono new frequency 10000 24/8 21.40 Obs. Nac. - Rio de Janeiro PP ID e ora buono 11735 25/8 16.30 Voice of Tanzania - Zanzibar Swahili talk su Siria buono 11750 25/8 16.45 Sri Lanka BC - Colombo Sinhala MX buono 11765 24/8 21.45 R. Deus è Amor - Curitiba PP predica buono 15345 25/8 22.25 R. Nacional - Buenos Aires SS intervista buono www.playdx.com www.bclnews.it Roberto Pavanello

Nestor Paulero Escuchas Isla diego Garcia AFN, 26AGO en 4319 KHz USB bajito audio pero recuperable entre el ruido idioma inglés AFN QSL Radio Verdad, 29AGO Hoy he recibido un sobre de Radio Verdad , Banderín , QSL Nro11, folleteria, almanaque, cheque vida eterna. bibliografia varia. Informe de reporte de sintona de todos los paises que los reportan y carta del Dr Amilcar

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Rodolfo Tizzi Escuchas Jammer chino en 14400 kHz?, 27AGO Hoy (agosto 27) a las 1258 UTC, en 14400 kHz, pude captar esta transmisión que creo debe ser alguna clase de jammer, probablemente chino, quizas en alguna frecuencia alternativa de las fuera de banda que usa The Voice of Hope: http://youtu.be/w_Fg6S5-F4Q. Alguna idea? 73 desde Montevideo.

Álex Robert Escuchas Confirmação Recebida 27/08/2012 15490 - Rádio Pakistan - Islamabad- PAK - Recebido cartão QSL. 82 dias. Informe enviado por email:[email protected] . QTH: Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation Headquarters G-5‚ Constitutional Avenue Islamabad‚ Pakistan. Imagens em Meu Blog: http://lex-dx.blogspot.com.br/

Glenn Hauser Logs August 23-24, 2012 ** AUSTRALIA. 15340, Aug 24 at 1307, HCJB in the clear as RHC is missing, so we can hear S Asian languages; still at 1343 and 1434 chex. Languages vary from day to day but Aoki shows these on Fridays: 1300-1315 Dzongkha, 1315-1330 Hmar, 1330-1400 Hindi daily, 1400-1430 Urdu daily, 1430-1445 Gujarati, and would have heard English at 1445-1530 exc Sat Nepali (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** BANGLADESH. 15105, Aug 24 before 1300, no signal detectable from BB`s English broadcast; nor at 1343 toward end of scheduled Nepali semihour. Just not propagating, or no longer there? 15505, by 1357 Aug 24, the next BB frequency is propagating, tone test, fair signal with flutter, 1358:50 starts IS but out of synch and faded out as another iteration has already started, timesignal ending late at 1400:12. After 1409 or so the rest of the Urdu transmission is mostly S Asian vocal music, presumably Bengali, rarely heard in Pakistan? 1429 brief announcement, hum, then hum stops, but carrier remains past 1432. I previously pointed out that signals from Dhaka to here are almost transpolar within 7 degrees of North Pole, but what great circle across N America is within 0-1 degrees of exactly transpolar? Thunder Bay-Madison-Cairo-New OrleansM‫י‬rida-San Salvador. The antipodes is in the Pacific west of Antofagasta, Chile, just beyond the Tropic of Capricorn, the nearest islands to the east being Chile`s San F‫י‬lix & San Ambrosio (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake Aug 24, before 1400: 15485, very poor at 1350, het on hi side; none others 12-18 MHz (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CUBA. Ho hum, another night and more SNAFUs to report from RHC: 6010, Aug 24 *0514 carrier comes on for the 0500 English service, 0515 adding modulation. Then I check 6125; it`s only open carrier until 0519 modulation brought up. Meanwhile 6050 and 6060 were already running. RadioCuba also suffered HCJB to be heard on 15340, RHC never showing up at 1307-1434+; see AUSTRALIA. Meanwhile RHC had bigsigs on 13780, 17580, 17730 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** KUWAIT. 15115, Aug 23 at 2009, I am looking for R. Kuwait`s new General Service Arabic frequency, allegedly on air for very long hours, 12-24 UT, 500 kW, 59 degrees from Kabd to E Asia since Aug 20, per DX Re Mix News, Bulgaria --- but nothing audible here despite 15540 English well audible, presumably toward Europe and us. The Arabic frequencies for NAm are still on, 13650 until 2000, then much better 17550 after 2000. By 2059 as 15540 is signing off, I can now get a JBA signal on 15515, and seems but not confirmed // 17550. Direxionality of their respective antennas must be highly efficient (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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** MADAGASCAR [and non]. 15580, Aug 23 I am tuned in early at 1956 to track what is happening with the collision after 2000. Nothing but VOA English to Africa at first, poor with flutter, Spe-cial Eng-lish feature on the 2000 Bush vs Gore stolen elexion (no, they did not put it that way); outro as `The Making of a Nation` (rather, unmaking). Botswana dropped carrier immediately at 2000, and a few sex later crash-starts with much stronger signal: 15580, two stations mixing immediately, and it`s now certain this is a double audio feed into and out of a single transmitter, i.e. Talata. It`s at least the third night in a row this has happened; doesn`t anyone there even listen for two seconds to their own transmission, either line or off-the-air monitoring? Of course not! Just let the automation do it. VOA`s `African Beat` is into music immediately, who cares about news on the hour? So again difficultizes making any sense of the other audio, at equal level, but music tends to sound louder; almost all talk, but what station and language?? It`s either Japanese or Korean. I listen for key words. Once I think I hear a ``desu ka`` which means Japanese (but it could be just a clip). Then I hear ``VOA`` mentioned, and an ``imnida``, and then ``Hangkuk``, which mean it`s Korean. Unlike in our mornings/their evenings when VOA Korean service has jingles in English and plays a lot of American music in English. Japanese was dropped long ago by VOA, as who needs to say anything to a firm ally?? It so happens that VOA does have a Korean broadcast at this time, but of course not intended to be broadcast from Madagascar to Africa! I`ll bet it`s on an adjacent satellite channel, which somehow Talata is feeding into the transmitter along with the correct one. And never noticing! Found schedule at VOA site: http://www.voakorea.com/info/frequencies/2921.html including: 4AM - 6AM (1900-2100 UTC) 5835, 6060, 7420 kHz 648 kHz But those frequencies are outdated! as current EiBi and WRTH May update agree on some others (and HFCC too): 1900 2100 USA Voice of America K FE 5870/PHL-t 6060/THA-u 7365/THA-u 1900-2100 daily EAs 648vld, 5870pht, 6060udo, 7365udo (RFA`s Korean is conveniently before and after 19-21 UT). No way we can check those low frequencies here for // but they could in Europe. How much longer will this go on, making the VOA African service on 15580 at 2000-2100 unlistenable? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MADAGASCAR. 15400, Aug 24 at 0502, R. Dabanga is back with VG signal, singing IDs immediately, after totally missing 24 hours earlier. (15725 VOSSR at same time, JBA, indicating quite a different signal source for it.) 13765, Aug 24 at 0506, Vatican Radio in English, VG S9+20 signal via Talata, but with ``buzzing-fly`` modulation problem. It`s always something on this. I prefer the cat`s meow. 13840, Aug 24 at 0528, open carrier so I keep listening to find whether unlike 24 hours earlier, Talata manages to modulate the NHK French relay. Yes, they do from 0530 `Sakura` and opening (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. Late-season sporadic E erupted August 23, with analog signals from Mexico, UT: 2309 on 2, tune-in to find two or more stations in CCI, in Spanish, peaking SSW; soon on top is a novela from net-5 2311 on 3, same net-5 novela // 2, but a word or two apart in audio 2326 on 4, yet another // net-5 novela; less CCI here, none at first 2343 on 3, XHQ bug in UR, i.e. the italic 3 in an oval, dubbed film drama, no CCI now. Culiac‫ב‬n, Sinaloa 2357 on 5, novela promo, with net-2 star logo (at first I thought it was the Multimedios star, but none known on ch 5) UT August 24, continuing: 0024 on 2, still heavy CCI 0039 on 5, and 6, some signals showing 0040 on 3, almost zero-beat CCI, dead giveaway for XHBC vs XHTJB in BCN, direxion west chex 0048 on 5, novela from west, no doubt XHAQ Mexicali, then fades in to confirm net-13 Azteca bug in UR 0049 on 3, YL talk show, fade in to confirm XHBC with national Televisa logo in UR with MEXICALI in tiny letters below it. Looks like the girls are sitting on a big bed 0115 signals mostly gone 0147 on 3, DTV converter how-to PSA/promo with XHQ bug in UR again, audio slogan ``Canal 3, creciendo contigo``. Then another PSA outroed as ``servicio social de Televisoras Grupo del Pac‫ם‬fico``; back to news 0201 on 2, 3, 4, 5, MUF is up again; 5 has a game show; not from west 0244, still weak signals up to channel 6

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0300, something remains on 3 0322, opening finished (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. Sunrise DX session August 24, UT; LSR Enid at 1157 UT: 990, Aug 24 at 1202 tune-in, dominant signal from XECL Mexicali giving full ID, Rocola. Cant‫ ת‬shows higher nite power! 990 XECL La Rocola Mexicali, B.C. 1,400 3,000 I was also getting Mexicali on TV last night, coincidentally? 1130 at 1201 UT, I can hear a weak Mexican NA under LA or KS station. Presumably at 6 am local, so in the MDT/CST zone, not CDT. That means BCS, Sinaloa, Nayarit or Chihuahua. That means one or the other of: 1130 XELUP Radio Lupita Tepic, Nay. 1,000 D 1130 XEMOS W Radio + FM 94.1 Los Mochis, Sin. 1,000 250 per http://www.mexicoradiotv.com/frec_am_1100-1390.htm Nayarit is rare here, and Sinaloa common, FWIW (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NIGERIA. 15120, Aug 24 at 0504, VON is on and audible at S9+12, but undermodulated and hum/whine during news (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. 930, Aug 24 at 1204 UT, WKY either just came on or was already running open carrier. This plus sharp groundwave null allowed an SRS signal to come thru, thought to be KCCC Carlsbad NM, but see UNIDENTIFIED. By 1228 recheck, La Indomable had begun modulating music (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. 1230, Aug 24 at 1212 UT, WBBZ Ponca City with local announcer giving weather, and 1214 into sports. He has a way of ``swallowing`` every other syllable, but I can still understand him. Nice to hear a real voice on a hometown station rather than a pro announcer (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. 93.1, circa 1830 UT Aug 23, Enid translator K226BR of KIMY 93.9 Watonga is instead radiating a horrible noise like continuous sucking on a straw from an almost empty cup. Just the latest problem with this piece of crap. Also bothers adjacent channels (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. 31-2, MundoFox via KXOK-LD Enid subchannel, further comments: the MF website knows by IP than I am in Enid and displays local weather across the top of the schedule grid. But it`s not smart enough to display the schedule in Central instead of Eastern time. Also, there is no closed captioning on this channel; nor on 31-1 with RTV for that matter; another LP loophole? That`s OK, don`t have to keep turning it off to avoid covering up the timer display (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1631 monitoring: confirmed on WTWW 9479, Thursday August 23 at 2100. As usual, starts a few sex before 2100, then interrupted for canned ID by Ted Randall, cuts back to rest of my opening theme and billboard. Nevertheless, in case there are unforeseen problems with subsequent airings, I recommend everyone try to catch this transmission if at all possible. Other WTWW airing is UT Sunday 0400 on 5755. Next airing also confirmed, on WWRB 5050, altho initially I was monitoring the webcast: SC preacher finishes ``amen & amen`` at 0330:48 UT; respectful pause of open carrier until hum starts at 0332:25; WOR playback finally starts at 0333:16, somewhat suppressing the hum but not totally. At 0353 I check 5050 direct and note that most of the hum goes away by monitoring on USB with the DX-398. Next: 0130v UT Saturday on Area 51 via WBCQ 5110v-CUSB, as on this week`s worldmicroscope schedule, but it was last week too when really delayed until 0200, so hang loose; it depends on what filler is inserted after `Allan Weiner Worldwide`. On WRMI 9955: Sat 0800, 1500, 1730, Sun 0800, 1530, 1730, Mon 0500, 1130. On Hamburger Lokalradio: Sat 0630 on 7265, Tue 0930 on 5980. On WRN via SiriusXM 120: Sat & Sun 1730, Sun 0830 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 9837-9850 & 9872-9882 approx., Aug 23 at 0142 check, extent of big dirty distorted FMy parasitic spurs from 9860 WHRI, with same modulation definitely audible. For at least the third night in a row, and no telling how long before that, as not a time I had been monitoring much. Why doesn`t anyone else report these gross violations of broadcast standards? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 1260, Aug 24 at 1215 UT, ``104.1 Newstalk, Springfield``, i.e. KSGF in Missouri (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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** U S A. 1460, Aug 24 at 1232 UT, Gregorian-chantish music briefly; is there a Catholic station here now? Can`t find any leads in last year`s NRC AM Log. Might have gone with KBRZ Missouri City/Houston TX, ``ethnic`` but their website http://kbrzradio.com/5.html shows: ``MONDAY-SUNDAY 24 HOUR A DAY!!!!!! SANGEET RADIO Variety program for the South Asian community http://www.sangeetradio.com `` When I tuned back a minute later, music was gone, but copied tentative ID in passing, maybe different outlet, as ``1460 KFNO``. Make that KXNO Des Moines IA, sports format, rather than KENO Las Vegas NV, also sports (not including keno?). Volatile propagation post-sunrise (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 1480, Aug 24 at 1233 UT, still no sign of reactivated Metroplex TX station to be known as KBXD; more construxion delays? Only KQAM Wichita advertising Kansas State Fair; 1440 Metroplex Spanish was still skywaving in so should have heard KBXD if on (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 1650, Aug 24 at 1217, looking for KYHN Fort Smith AR, which DX MidAmerica reported to be back on the air as of Aug 17 (NRC AM Log says it was silent since April 2008; IIRC their transmitter site was flooded or somehow damaged) --- but, no sign of it in KFXY 1640 null, just KCNZ Cedar Falls IA with local sports talk, mentions Waterloo, etc. Cross-promotion for a game on `Cruisin` 1250` i.e. KDNZ, which must no longer be Spanish as in last year`s NRC AM Log? Yes, see http://www.cruisin1250.com/ --- now ``real oldies``. Or has the call changed too? Yes, per FCC, now it`s KCFI which makes a lot more sense (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** VATICAN [non]. 9900, Aug 24 at 1313, tonetest and open carrier, 1314, JBA Vatican Radio IS, 1315 ``Laudetur Jesus Christus`` and opening Vietnamese, music. Very undermodulated and tones continued on and off, so suppressed by a stronger carrier? Scheduled in Aoki are: 1230-1312 VR Chinese, 100 kW, 125 degrees from Irkutsk, RUSSIA, which may not have been turned off promptly; and 1315-1400 VR Vietnamese, 250 kW, 270 degrees from Tinang, PHILIPPINES (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 930, Aug 24 at 1204 UT, joint ID ``93.5 and AM 930``, thought for sure I had KCCC Carlsbad NM, nicely in null of WKY open carrier! But can`t match that FM frequency to it. Wish I could decipher a slogan I scrawled a few minutes after upwaking! Maybe it was KDET Center TX (near Shreveport), which has an FM on 92.5 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 14949-LSB, approx., Aug 24 at 0354, checking 14950 for Salem Stereo, but not even a carrier audible from it; instead 2-way in Spanish on this lower frequency; unrelated? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Pedro F. Arrunátegui Chasqui DX PFA – Agosto 2012 CQ, CQ, CQ…Aquí Pedro F. Arrunátegui para compartir algo con los que disfrutan y aman el DX latinoamericano, todas las horas son UTC, desde la tierra de los incas, les informo mediante este Quipus lo siguiente: 3329.54 PERU, R. Ondas del Huallaga, Huánuco, 24/07 11:05-11:35 44444 mx ID “Aquí al costado de radio Onda del Huallaga” px Encuentro con al felicidad id “Radio Onda del Huallaga cobertura total…” advs Caja de ahorro Piura. 4747.05 PERU, R. Huanta 2000, Huanta 20/08 22:20-22:50 44444 mx ID “Responde y llama yo escucho radio Huanta 2000, la primera…” mx tropical salsa advs en quechua y español. 4774.95 PERU, R. Tarma, Tarma, 8/08 11:10-11:45 44444 px Noticiero El Demoledor ID “Estas noticias nacionales e internacionales, las venimos desarrollando aquí en Radio Tarma internacional..” advs Universidad de los Andes, les brinda ahora el estudio a distancia… 4826.55 PERU, R. Sicuani, Sicuani, 22/08 23:25-23:55 33333 ID “A través de Radio Sicuani” mx ID 6 y 40 para todo el Perú, en su Radio Sicuani” NOTA. 23:45 comenzó un fuete zumbido que casi cubría a la radio, fue necesario pasarme ha escucharlos en LSB 4865.00 BRASIL R. Verde Floresta, Acre, 1/08 11:10-11:37 44444 advs propaganda política ID “Por Radio Verde Foresta….” 5035.00

BRASIL, R. Aparecida, Aparecida, 14/08 23:50-00:30 44444 mx LA ID “Por Radio Aparecida…” advs

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5039.15 PERU, R. Libertad, Junín, 23/08 11:05-11:35 33333 mx huayno advs conjunto musical Los Tigres del Perú, mxf huaylas. advs Casa Naturista Vicente de los Milagros nos encuentra en jirón San Martín 552 Barrio San Cristobal, Junín ID “Usted que esta en sintonía de Radio Libertad” mxf 5120.00 PERU, R. Ondas del Sur Oriente, Quillabamba, 22/08 22:20-23:15 44444 mx romántica LA ID “Por Radio Ondas del Sur Oriente..” advs joven El Batallón Quillabamba 84, te invita a enrolarte a nuestro glorioso Ejercito para servir en el VRAEM For more informations about VRAEM see www.peruviantimes.com/tag/vraem/ 5909.92 COLOMBIA, R. Alcavarán, Lomalinda, 17/08 11:15-11:45 44444 px religioso (estudio bíblico) ID “Por Alcavarán radio..” mx religiosa. 6154.90 BOLIVIA, R. Fides, La Paz, 20/08 23:38-00:10 33333 hablan sobre la situación en Bolivia advs Banco Central de Bolivia” ID “Gracias a la gente que se comunica con Radio Fides 94.7 FM”

La recepción la he efectuado del 24/07 al 23/08 en compañía de mi sabueso Icom IC R72 acompañado del Mizuho KX-3, una grabadora Alesis Palm Track, una antena de hilo largo de 15 metros y una antena loop Muchos 128´s PFA

NOTA: Les paso una foto de la nueva ubicación de mi rincón DX en casa, al fin se dio espacio que quería, de ahí nadie me nueve… que no escuche mi esposa Juany, ja, ja

Glenn Hauser Logs August 25-26, 2012 ** AUSTRALIA. 19000, Aug 25 at 2338, no signal from RA here, tho 21740 is VG at 2340; Aug 26 at 0001, still nothing on 19000, must be off the air tho scheduled 23-01; however at 0133 recheck, now 19000 is on contrary to latest schedule; making up for lost time? Or better yet, finally escaping the collision with Spain on 15160 between 01 and 02? No! At 0148 recheck, under Spain I can still hear RA // 19000. The latest operational schedule shows 19000 at 23-01 is the same transmitter F, as on 15160 after 0100 (and during the rest of the UT day the one switching consecutively to 13630, 9580, 7240, 9580, 13630). So there`s been some shuffling around. Probably one of them is now the spare 100 kW Shepparton transmitter which is available at all times, but why? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** BRAZIL [and non]. 9820-, Aug 25 at 2350, het of C#5 = 554 Hz, no doubt from off-frequency R. Nove de Julho which would be on 9819.446 if the other station is on 9820.000. R9J is not usually reported that far off; EiBi lists 9819.7, so need more direct rather than inferential measurement. Aoki shows the only alternatives are: 9820 CNR 2 2330-0100 1234567 Chinese 150 290 Xianyang 594 CHN 10854E 3412N CNR2=11845 a12 9820 RADIO 9 DE JULHO 0000-2400 1234567 Portuguese 10 ND S‫ד‬o Paulo SP B 04639W 2333S ZYR96 9820 VO Beibu Bay Radio 2300-2400 .....67 Chinese 15 225 Nanning 954 CHN 10811E 2247N BBR 9820 VO Beibu Bay Radio 2300-2400 12345.. Vietnamese 15 225 Nanning 954 CHN 10811E 2247N BBR (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake August 25, before 2400: 15900, poor at 2335 with flutter 15970, very poor at 2335 with flutter 16100, very poor with flutter at 2336 17170, JBA at 2337; none in the 18s, 14s, 13s, 12s (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** COLOMBIA. 14950+, Aug 26 at 0133 check, Salem Stereo is quite readable, but it`s the usual preaching during this semihour instead of any music. When I first heard it with very weak signal, I thought it was USB plus carrier, and someone else recently reported it thus, but once again it`s clearly AM/DSB and really sounds better in AM mode than

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LSB or USB receiver positions (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CUBA. 11680, Aug 25 at 2344, RHC with `Sonido Cubano` program ID, music; much louder than // 11840 which axually had almost the same S9+22 signal level, but undermodulated (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** KUWAIT. 15540, Aug 25 at 1942, I switch from Morocco to good signal from Kuwait and from one culture to another as ``Hotel California`` is playing, must be long version, by The Eagles. The real meaning of the lyrix has been the subject of much speculation, summed up here: http://www.snopes.com/music/songs/hotel.asp At 1953, ``She`s a Lady`` by Tom Jones. Would that meet Islamic moral standards? Well, when you read the lyrix this song seems rather male chauvinist: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/tomjones/shesalady.html At 2006, ``The Midnight Rider``, one of numerous covers, not the original by Allman Brothers Band. Might as well link those lyrix too: http://www.elyrics.net/read/a/allman-brothers-band-lyrics/midnight-rider-lyrics.html (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MOROCCO. 15349.1, Aug 25 from 1900 to 1942 I was napping to the sound of IMM, including quite a bit of music. (Can`t call it ME, in NWAf.) Fidelity is not that great, but this is a good hour without any 15350 het and sufficient signal (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A [non]. 15580, another check Aug 25 to see what happens with this VOA frequency, which had been saddled with double-audio this week from the MADAGASCAR relay. I tune in early at 1954 and find an open carrier is already on the air, blotting out anything else. Botswana is supposed to be running right up until 2000, as heard previously, when there was a well-co‫צ‬rdinated DCI/CS handover, but not today. At 1959:45 tail of some music begins the modulation; brief pause and 2000 opening `Music Time in Africa` with its new ethnomusicologist hostess who previews music from central Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Benin, Ethiopia, etc. (later heard Afro-influenced music from Colombia too). By 2003 already the song is ``The Apostles Will Bow at Jesus` Feet``. Oh-oh, hope she dosn`t have hidden agenda, and this will at least be balanced by some animist hymns; otherwise, standard remark about USG`s IBB again violating Separation of Church & State. Recheck at 2127, 15580 is still on with same signal characteristix as earlier, but after 2100 it`s supposed to switch back to Botswana; really? Now there is some music, but soon bringing in an interview about film (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 9479, Aug 25 at 1830, WTWW-1 in `QSO with Ted Randall`, but it`s quite overmodulated and distorted. Carrier also wobbling with BFO on (tho George McClintock insists when this happens it`s my receiver, not the transmitter); still overmod/distorted near end of QSO at 1957 recheck. A little better but still distorting on peaks at 2349 during SFAW, carrier OK. As for 12105, WTWW-3, lots of down time recently, a set of photos just in from George McClintock (posted to the dxldyg) shows why: the transmitter tube has been replaced. Looks like the old one was quite carbonized (black). Now #3 is up and running fine, he says (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 9385, Aug 25 at 2136, WWRB is already off, having (recently?) moved the switch to Brother Scare`s night frequency three hours earlier from 2400 to 2100, per DX Re Mix News. Of course, 3185 is totally inaudible here this early; even at 2353 it`s a JBA carrier vs summer storm and local noise level. Sunset at WWRB is approximately 0020 UT now (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 21420, Aug 25 at 2339 a rare AM signal on 15m, and nicely modulated too, but deep fades: CQ 15 from WS4B, even announced the frequency, but missed location if any. Two separate CQs but no answers so far. ARRL/FCC lookup shows: MESSICK, BRADLEY J, WS4B 7114 91ST STREET EAST PALMETTO, FL 34221 7245, Aug 25 at 2355, Kansas Q-SO Party with CQs from KS0KS; one contact is AA0DF; they exchange counties including Johnson. At first sounded like AM, but then SSB; they were riding zero-beat to some broadcast carrier, Mauritania? Which was barely modulated. Locations per ARRL/FCC lookup:

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SANTA FE TRAIL ARC, KS0KS (Club) PO Box: 3144 Olathe, KS 66063 ATTN: MICHAEL P ASSELTA Trustee: ASSELTA, MICHAEL P, KD0CDQ Previous call sign: KC0AAR Licensee ID: L00173982 FRN: 0006732333 Radio Service: HV Issue Date: 02/22/2007 Expire Date: 04/08/2017 Date of Last Change: 05/19/2011 (License Modified) Johnson, Donald L, AA0DF 2903 Road F Americus, KS 668359587 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Manuel Mendez Escuchas Escuchas en Friol Sony ICF SW 7600 G, antena de cable, 10 metros ALEMANIA 6140 Radio Gloria International, *0900-0915, 26-08, ingl‫י‬s, locutor, identificaci‫ף‬n: "Radio Gloria International, 6140 Kilocycles", m‫ת‬sica pop, comentarios. 34433. AUSTRALIA 4835 VL8A, Alice Springs, 2103-2112, 25-08, ingl‫י‬s, locutora, el tiempo, "Alice Springs, sunny, good morning", locutor, comentarios. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) BRAZIL 5970, Radio Itatiaia, Belo Horizonte, 2055-2110, 25-08, locutor y locutora, portugu‫י‬s, comentarios. 13321. Tambi‫י‬n 0559-0630, 26-08, canciones brasile‫ס‬as y comentarios, portugu‫י‬s. 14321. (M‫י‬ndez) 6180, Radio Nacional da Amazonia, Brasilia, 0620-0650, 28-08, m‫ת‬sica y comentarios: "Estamos apresentando...", "Nacional, a radio do Brasil". 34433. (M‫י‬ndez) 9820, Radio 9 de Julho, Sao Paulo, 0506-0520, 26-08, programa religioso: "Bom d‫ם‬a, Com a Mae Aparecida", locutor, portugu‫י‬s, canciones religiosas. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) 11925, Radio Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo, 0522-0535, 26-08, canciones brasile‫ס‬as, locutor, portugu‫י‬s, comentarios. 14321. (M‫י‬ndez) EQUATORIAL GUINEA 5005, Radio Nacional, Bata, 0504-0525, 26-08, canciones en espa‫ס‬ol y vern‫ב‬culo, locutora, comentarios en espa‫ס‬ol, identificaci‫ף‬n: "En Radio Bata". 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) 15190, Radio Africa, 0518-0533, 26-08, locutor, ingl‫י‬s, comentarios religiosos. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez)

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INDICE Pagina 4 Albert Muick [HCDX] Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

QSL Report for Al Muick Colombia: RCN confirmó compra de Radio Súper Mexico: Va a internet la gubernamental Radio Zacatecas

Pagina 5 Yimber Gaviria Asociación de Radio Comunitarias celebrará 30 años con encuentros en Perú y Colombia Antônio Avelino da Silva Avelino Invitación Horacio Nigro Uruguay, temas de la TV digital...

Pagina 6 Yimber Gaviria Associação DX do Brasil Mauricio Pimenta Cunha

China: Radio Internacional de China en español - En septiembre cumplimos 56 años "Rádio Vaticano e Rádio Internacional da China” Vendo ou troco bagageiro de canote para bike

Pagina 7 Radio Heritage Foundation

Your $6.25 Keeps Radio Memories Alive

Pagina 8 Moises Knochen Yimber Gaviria

WEB SDR El Salvador: Radio 102nueve apuesta por la tecnología y calidad de contenido

Pagina 9 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

NWS184 Sun Sep 2, 2012

Pagina 12 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Horacio Nigro

Página do GCR - GRUPO CENTRAL RÁDIO no Facebook Final para Radio St. Helena en diciembre de 2012

Pagina 13 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Argentina: El aire radiofónico Belgica: Pide Europa a firmas de telecomunicaciones compartir ondas de radio

Pagina 14 Yimber Gaviria Mauricio Pimenta Cunha

Ireland: Worldwide All-Ireland Finals coverage on RTÉ Radio (((Shortwave to Africa)) Teclado para o FT60R / ou sucata

Pagina 15 Onda Livre Radio Heritage Foundation

Audiências TV: Os números de Agosto Keep Our Radio Memories Alive & Win!

Pagina 16 Yimber Gaviria

Venezuela: Radio Caroní celebró 52 años de radiodifusión

Pagina 17 Rafael Rodríguez R. Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Associação DX do Brasil Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Radio Taipei Internacional

Fotos Radio Logos 4810 KHz Chazutá, Perú TEMA : O rádio Intraco TIIC-0I um bom ? Lista de Transmissões em Português Interesso em radio YAESU FT-7B Cuestionario de RTI

Pagina 18 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

EE.UU: Apple negocia para crear una radio gratuita en internet, según la prensa China: Resto Ganadores Concurso 40 Aniversario China-Argentina De CRI Asociación Diexman Uruguay

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Pagina 19 Associação DX do Brasil Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 18-03-2012 USA: Radio Free Asia Announces 16th Anniversary Qsl Card September 2012 Radio Vaticana lanza aplicación para celulares y tabletas Android

Pagina 20 BCL News Pedro Sedano Antonio Angel, EA3GYE

Milano: Radio Padania Abusiva, La Polizia Postale La Spegne Novedades en la web de la AER Noticia radioaficionados asturianos (España)

Pagina 22 Dario Monferini Miguel Castellino Dario Monferini

Supratik Sanatani Bangladesh QSL from new transmitter Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 25 Ernesto Paulero Rodolfo Tizzi Robert Wilkner

Escuchas Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 27 Álex Robert Rafael Rodríguez R.

QSL QSL

Pagina 28 Manuel Méndez

Escuchas

Pagina 29 Glenn Hauser

Logs August 26, 2012

Pagina 30 Bruno Casula

Escuchas

Pagina Pagina 34 Glenn Hauser

Logs August 27, 2012

Pagina 37 Glenn Hauser

Logs August 28, 2012

Pagina 39 Roberto Pavanello Zacharias Liangas

Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 40 Toshi Ohtake

JSWC bulletin September 2012[Archivos adjuntos 6]

Pagina 42 Glenn Hauser

Logs September 7-8, 2012

Pagina 44 Anker Petersen Luca Botto Fiora

Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 45 Glenn Hauser

Logs September 8-9, 2012

Pagina 46 Christian Ghibaudo

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CONTENIDO Albert Muick [HCDX] QSL Report for Al Muick From: Albert Muick - Subject: [HCDX] QSL Report for Al Muick BARBADOS, Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, 900, no data confirmation of reception email from Pearson Bowen, Program Manager in 297 days for English airmail report and 1 IRC and follow-up via email. Verification email arrived 1

Yimber Gaviria Colombia: RCN confirmó compra de Radio Súper Apartir del 1 de noviembre, Radio Súper será oficialmente una emisora de RCN. Los presidentes de ambas cadenas, Fernando Molina y Álvaro Pava, informaron que se suscribió un acuerdo para operar diferentes estaciones AM, que son propiedad de la Cadena Súper de Colombia. Esta alianza incluye las emisoras: 970 de Bogotá, 710 de Medellín, 1200 de Cali, 1020 de Villavicencio, 1020 de Ibagué, 900 de Cúcuta y 1100 de Neiva. De momento, están a la espera de anunciar la nueva programación de las estaciones Súper, sin embargo, se sabe que estas emitirán contenidos de RCN Televisión. Los actuales dueños de Súper, la familia Pava, estarán al frente de la estación radial hasta el 31 diciembre de este año, afirmaron algunos medios de comunicación paisas. Fuente: http://www.radiosantafe.com/2012/08/29/rcn-confirmo-compra-de-radio-super/

Yimber Gaviria Mexico: Va a internet la gubernamental Radio Zacatecas La directora de la radiodifusora, María Teresa Velázquez, informó que además de transmitir la programación en vivo, tendrá un archivo de contenidos por programa para su consulta. Zacatecas • A fin de extender el alcance de Radio Zacatecas, tanto a computadoras personales, dispositivos móviles y redes sociales, la emisora del gobierno estatal transmitirá también por internet, a partir del próximo 30 de agosto, anunció su directora, María Teresa Velázquez. Con esta innovación, además de transmitir la programación en vivo, se contará con un archivo de contenidos por programa para que los usuarios puedan consultar ediciones previas de su interés. De igual forma se incursionará en las redes sociales, en donde los usuarios podrán compartir los contenidos de Radio Zacatecas en Facebook y Twitter. Velázquez dijo que la nueva plataforma de la emisora cuenta con un poderoso sistema de administración de contenidos, que permitirá actualizar y renovar la información en tiempo real, y lacapacidad de integrar notas en texto, video, audio y fotografías. Los contenidos en toda la plataforma serán dinámicos, lo cual será atractivo para que el usuario pueda disfrutar de esta nueva forma de sentir la radio al visitar la dirección www.radiozacatecas.mx Otra función importante de Radio Zacatecas en internet reside en la posibilidad del usuario de compartir su punto de vista a través de comentarios, los cuales podrán ser administrados por los responsables de la estación, sostuvo Velázquez. FUENTE: http://www.milenio.com/cdb/doc/noticias2011/a47f9a2ae3be54c547c84ed3e97d64e7

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Yimber Gaviria Asociación de Radio Comunitarias celebrará 30 años con encuentros en Perú y Colombia Carlos Rivadenayra, coordinador regional para América Latina y el Caribe de AMARC, manifestó la intención de la asociación de incluir a Cuba en el programa de reuniones(Foto:Archivo) La Asociación Mundial de Radios Comunitarias (AMARC) prevé celebrar su 30 aniversario con actividades y eventos en Colombia y Perú. La organización trabaja en los preparativos para celebrar encuentros entre especialistas del medio en Bogotá y en Lima, adelantó Carlos Rivadenayra, coordinador regional para América Latina y el Caribe de AMARC. Rivadeneyra participó como invitado en la recién celebrada Primera Bienal Internacional de la Radio Cubana, que tuvo lugar en La Habana con la presencia de radialistas de México, Colombia y Venezuela. A propósito de ello, manifestó el interés de la asociación de incluir a Cuba en el programa de esas reuniones. Asimismo comentó que eventos como el de La Habana se han celebrado en países como México, Francia, Brasil, entre otras naciones. Según www.amarcalc.org, en 1983 fue creada la Asociación Mundial de Radios Comunitarias y se constituyó como un espacio de encuentro y acción colectiva para debatir y delinear los horizontes del movimiento de medios de este tipo. Más de cuatro mil medios comunitarios la integran en todo el mundo. En América Latina y Caribe son más de 500 las asociadas directas y mil 500 se suman a través de sus redes nacionales, señala el escrito. Fuente: http://www.telesurtv.net/articulos/2012/08/29/4-mil-miembros-de-la-asociacion-de-radio-comunitariascelebraran-aniversario-30deg-de-la-organizacion-6440.html

Antônio Avelino da Silva Avelino Invitación Invito a todos los Diexistas, Radioaficionados, Locutores y las Emisoras de Radio, para participar del Primero Encuentro de Diexistas de Pernambuco, que se realizará: Fecha: 24 de Noviembre del 2012 (sabado) Hora: de las 09h30min a las 17h Ubicación: Shopping Difusora Dirección: Avenida Agamenon Magalhães, 444 Barrio: Maurício de Nassau Ciudad/Estado: Caruaru - Pernambuco - Brasil

Programación Celebrando los 90 años de la radio en Brasil Conferencias: La importancia de la radio; La importancia de onda corta; La radio en los días de hoy y las nuevas tecnologías.

Exposiciones: Exposición de QSLs (tarjetas de confirmación) y las postales recibidas de las emisoras de radio; Exposición de radios antiguos; Captación de emisoras en el sitio para mostrar al público la fuerza de la onda corta; Confraternización de los diexistas.

Antônio Avelino - Diexista Responsable por lo encuentro Teléfono: 55 (81) 9741-3846 E-mail: [email protected]

Blog: www.antonioadx.blogspot.com

Horacio Nigro Uruguay, temas de la TV digital... http://www.elobservador.com.uy/noticia/231118/gobierno-concedera-seis-licencias-privadas/ Muy interesante lectura que toca temas que ya tenía como interrogantes en mi cabeza.

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Yimber Gaviria China: Radio Internacional de China en español En septiembre cumplimos 56 años En próximo septiembre cumplimos 56 años de emisión en español. Adelantamos la celebración en la oficina, compartiedo una torta y un gran pedazo de turrón. Este fin de semana les ofreceremos un programa especial de Carta de Beijing con motivo del aniversario y saldrá una página retrospectiva. ¡Síguenos por favor! Envia tu mensaje en FB en este enlace a CRI. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.406172876096417.88328.153955617984812&type=1 Hora UTC Frecuencia (kHz) Banda (m) Para Europa 21:00-23:00 7335, 9640 40.9, 31.12 22:00-00:00 7210, 7250 41.61, 41.38 23:00-00:00 6175 48.58 06:00-08:00 17680 16.97 Para Sudamérica 22:00-23:00 9490, 13700 31.61, 21.90 23:00-01:00 9590, 9800 31.28, 30.61 00:00-01:00 15120 19.84 01:00-02:00 9595 31.27 01:00-03:00 9590,9710 31.28, 30.90 03:00-04:00 9560 31.38 Para Centroamérica 00:00-01:00 5990 50.08

Associação DX do Brasil "Rádio Vaticano e Rádio Internacional da China” "A Rádio Vaticano que havia anunciado para o inicio de julho o fim de suas transmissões em Ondas Curtas para a América Latina voltou atrás e resolveu manter uma transmissão diária do seu Programa Brasileiro... Também tivemos uma boa notícia por parte do Departamento em Português da Rádio Internacional da China que desde o dia 11 de junho reformulou toda a sua programação...” Leia mais em www.adxb.com.br

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Vendo ou troco bagageiro de canote para bike Ola amigos, bom dia todos. Desculpe pelo OT , mas tenho esse lindo bagageiro de canote para bikes a venda , ou troco em algo do meu interesse . Tenho interesse em trocar or roteadores wireless , adaptadores USB wireless , antenas , cabos e etc... Veja o modelo igual ao meu nesse link : http://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/MLB-436544770-bagageiro-bicicleta-mtb-full-suspension-para-canote-selim-_JM Preço de venda 50,00 Segue fotos do produto , inclusive coloquei-o na bike para apreciação dos amigos de como fica instalado. Lembrando que coloquei-o e retirei-o apenas para demonstração. Motivo da venda : Estou comprando um outro bagageiro para cicloturismo com suporte a alforges ( 180,00 ) Aguardo propostas . Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática - Eletrônica OI : ( 33 ) 8877-8001 Visite nosso site : www.logicamax.com.br

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Radio Heritage Foundation Your $6.25 Keeps Radio Memories Alive Radio Heritage Foundation - www.radioheritage.com - September 1 2012 US$240 in gifts available to donors September 1 - November 30 Read on to find out how to win! Hi there Did you know that the Radio Heritage Foundation keeps radio memories safe for Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and Asia! We also look after various radio guides you may have recently used. We're a busy bunch of volunteers! We're also kept busy with amateur radio history [many thousands of QSL cards to catalog], vintage radio, US Armed Forces Radio history and many other aspects of broadcasting across the entire region including the Americas. We also have a wonderful collection of European radio features including rare audio and images. Sharing a Success Story I'd like to share a remarkable story about how people like you help keep these memories alive. Back in the early 1950's, tiny Canton Island in the central Pacific was a refuelling stop for trans-Pacific flights. US vice-president Richard Nixon spent about 90 minutes there en route to Australia and New Zealand in 1953. Fred Carpenter at local radio KIBS scored a coup by interviewing Nixon and Mrs Nixon. The tapes were lost for almost 60 years, recently discovered and recordings sent to us. It's a remarkable tape with a very relaxed Mr Nixon chatting about his coming trip to the Pacific and Asia. We've got the full interview for you, heard for the first time outside Canton Island in almost 60 years, in a special radio show on Radio New Zealand International, their Mailbox program broadcast on October 15. Later, it'll be released as a feature on our website and broadcast via WRMI Miami on the Wavescan program. Without the kindness of Fred's son, these tapes would have been lost forever and we know many of you also have memories, tapes and items about stations, personalities and events. We know, because we get them all the time! It's marvellous to keep these memories safe, in fact it's a privilegeto do so, and we're happy so many thousands of you find our website and find things of interest. Our radio guides are very popular, and we spend a lot of time keeping these updated, tracking down new stations and keeping them up to date. We're all volunteers, and can find different ways to help. Right now, the biggest way you can help is by making a donation towards our regular operational costs of just over US$400 a week. These are the bills we have to pay others just to be here! Our August shortfall was US$1,440.42 August was mid-winter or mid-summer and we reached only 21% of our needed budget. Now that spring has sprung and fall is calling, please help us make up the shortfall of US$1,440.42 within the next few days with your [currently NZ residents only] tax deductible donation. Did you know we also have thousands of Asia-Pacific radio stations in our popular PAL Radio Guide? We've just updated the new digital DAB radio stations in the Australian Radio Guide. We also add around 150 new stations each year to the Kiwi Low Power FM Radio Guide! And have almost 300 features about Asia-Pacific radio stations and personalities for you to enjoy for free? Your US$6.25 will help us a lot this month! Are you willing to donate US$6.25 in the next few days?...that's about two nice cups of coffee...using the donation button at www.radioheritage.com? A Very Special US$240+ Thank You All donations received between September 1 and November 30 go into the draw to win one of these great gifts, almost US$240+ worth of great reading in total: *1 Radio Hauraki book 'Shoestring Pirates' signed by the author and 'Fresh Pacific Wind' a marvellous audio CD with great moments of pirate radio *2 Broadcasting on the Shortwaves 1945 to Today by Jerry Berg is a masterpiece of radio history taking you inside the global world of radio as an era fades away and these stations go silent *3 Australian Radio History, the new fully revised and updated version, signed by the author, and with the story behind 600 radio stations that are familiar to generations of Aussie listeners. Enjoy our free community access features Please continue to enjoy the hundreds of features, images and much more at www.radioheritage.com and look out for more new features added regularly. It's only through public donations that we can continue being here to keep the memories safe, as we get no funding from the radio industry or the government, so that makes your US$6.25 so important to us.

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Moises Knochen WEB SDR Después de un tiempo sin acceder a él, he estado usando el receptor experimental web SDR de la Universidad de Twente (Holanda). La dirección del mismo es: http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/ Debo decir que me asombró la mejora en el desempeño del mismo. Actualmente el rango de sintonía del mismo abarca desde 0 hasta 29 MHz. Emplea una corta antena vertical (aparentemente activa). Me sorprendió la rapidez de la respuesta de los controles y la facilidad de uso de los mismos. La sintonía es posible de varios modos entre ellos uno seudo analógico simplemente arrastrando el puntero o usando la rueda del mouse. El ancho de banda es configurable por saldos o continuamente y soporta varios modos de recepción CW, LSB, USB y AM. En todo momento había 80 o 90 personas conectadas Demás está decir que me di una panzada de cosas que jamás pensaría escuchar desde aquí de otro modo, como las emisoras de onda media y larga de esa región. Entre ellos por supuesto algunos radiofaros. En este caso para los que no sabemos Morse una ventaja es que simplemente usando el display "waterfall" es posible ver los puntos y rayas directamente en la pantalla. Me pregunto si la sensibilidad en onda larga dará para recibir algunas rarezas como el transmisor SAQ en 17.2 kHz, aunque con esa antenita no lo creo. Realmente muy interesante y para mi gusto una experiencia muy superior a la radio por streaming. 73, Moises Knochen - Montevideo, Uruguay

Yimber Gaviria El Salvador: Radio 102nueve apuesta por la tecnología y calidad de contenido El territorio del adulto joven está ingresando a una nueva etapa con la que busca llegar a más radioescuchas de una forma más clara y segura. Grupo Samix está invirtiendo en innovadora tecnología para satisfacer las necesidades de su fiel público. En la zona más alta del Boquerón se encuentra la antena que distribuye la señal de radio 102nueve; un nuevo transmisor permite que el mensaje llegue a los escuchas de una manera más nítida. "El transmisor recibe la señal que se envía de la cabina y la convierte a una frecuencia que ya la puede recibir cualquier radio", explicó en términos generales Allen Vásquez, quien forma parte del equipo técnico del Grupo Radial Samix. El ingeniero agregó que actualmente la emisora tiene 11 repetidoras, pero dentro de un par de semanas la cifra aumentará a 13: "Están distribuidas a nivel nacional, empezando en La Unión, terminando en Metapán y Ahuachapán. Las dos últimas que se implementarán estarán situadas en Sensuntepeque y San Vicente". Por su parte Tony Cabezas, director de la radio y también conductor del programa "A primera hora", afirmó que se le está prestando atención especial a la tecnología. "Es bien importante recalcar que Grupo Radial Samix está apostando por este tipo de innovaciones. Se ha hecho un gran avance con en ese pequeño transmisor, en cuanto al tamaño, a sus componentes y la eficiencia de la señal, porque no solamente es llegar, sino que se oiga clarito", dijo. El locutor agregó también que la 102 nueve está buscando la manera de ser "amigable" con el medio ambiente, por esta razón se han instalado en sus oficinas principales 35 paneles solares para consumir energía natural. "Somos una empresa verde, estamos usando menos energía producida, estamos generando nuestra energía a partir del sol, además es una manera de ahorrar", indicó. Estrenan frecuencia Desde este fin de semana la zona occidental del país puede escuchar Radio 102nueve en su frecuencia original. Antes los escuchas debían sintonizar en el dial 99.7. "La 102.9 en el occidente era otra radio, otra estación, ahora ya

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no. Se hizo un intercambio de frecuencia. Esa es otra novedad, que ya no tienen que cambiar de estación al ingresar en occidente para escuchar nuestra programación", explicó Cabezas. Durante los últimos dos años la emisora ha mejorado significativamente, no solo en la cobertura, sino que también en la señal. La fidelidad del sonido es mucho mejor, esto ha generado grandes ventajas para la radio. "Antes habían marcas patrocinadoras que decían 'yo no pauto en la 102nueve porque no me escuchan en todo el país' ahora eso no es válido porque ya estamos llegando a toda la república y eso es importante recalcar", manifestó. Gracias a las inversiones hechas por la empresa, entre estas las repetidoras adquiridas, el terreno montañoso que caracteriza a El Salvador ya no será obstáculo para que la señal llegue de forma adecuada a todo el país. "Con cinco mil wats no es posible abarcar todo el país, por eso se ha tenido que implementar una gran cantidad de repetidoras adicionales, por la topografía del país, entonces, se han colocado repetidoras adicionales", expresó por su parte Vásquez. Otro elemento que será explotado dentro de la radio está involucrado con la programación. Mejorar el contenido de las producciones es otro de los objetivos que quiere cumplir todo el staff de la radio, tanto los que están frente al micrófono como los que están detrás de este. "Quien entiende este negocio podrá comprender muy bien la inversión que Grupo Radial Samix está haciendo en este caso con la emisora, en donde también otra apuesta es tener más programas de radio hablada, con una buena calidad de contenido", explicó el director de la radio. Finalmente, todos estos cambios se están realizando para cumplir con la urgencia y la comodidad del oyente. FUENTE:http://www.elsalvador.com/mwedh/nota/nota_completa.asp?idCat=47862&idArt=7217402 Sitio Web: http://www.102nueve.com/

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS184 Sun Sep 2, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] [email protected] Adventist World Radio - Box 29235 – Indianapolis - Indiana 46229 – USA;

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Adventist World Radio NWS184.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS184 (ENGMI_WAVx_20120902) * Production Date Tuesday August 28, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday August 29, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday Thursday August 30, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday August 30, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday September 2, 2012 * Contents 1. The Shuffle of American Shortwave Callsigns in 1939 2. Identification Signal 3. National Anthem 4. HFCC Paris: Interviews 5. Japan DX Report 6. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan

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Wavescan NWS184 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:13 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. The Shuffle of American Shortwave Callsigns in 1939 2. HFCC Paris: Interviews 3. Japan DX Report * The Shuffle of American Shortwave Callsigns in 1939 - 01:00 The first weekend in the month of September 1939 was a tragically pivotal date for the entire human race upon planet Earth. During the 1920s and 1930s, Germany had staged a remarkable recovery from its disastrous defeat at the end of World War 1, and during the era of those double decades, several more of the scattered German speaking territories in Central Europe had been absorbed into the one Germanic nation, the Deutsches Reich, if you please. German army personnel near the border area with Poland staged a radio ruse on Thursday August 31, 1939 as a pretext for the invasion of Poland. The German radio broadcasting station located at Gleiwitz in Silesia was attacked and taken over, and this was followed by a brief broadcast in the Polish language. The transmission tower at this location was listed as the tallest wooden tower in Europe. As a result of this incident, the entire German might poured into Polish territory. England & France declared war against Germany a few days later, and thus began the massive burst into open warfare now designated as World War 2. During the years 1938 and 1939, it became increasingly obvious to political watchers everywhere that a coming conflict was unavoidable and several nations made some form of preparation for this ultimate eventuality. As in World War 1, the United States was drawn into the dreadful conflict of World War 2. Beginning in the mid 1920s and through the 1930s, international radio broadcasting was developed in the United States, as well as in many other countries around the world. Many of these shortwave stations began their career on an experimental basis, and they then developed into regular radio broadcasting organizations. Back on May 23, 1939, the FCC required that all experimental shortwave stations in the United States should adopt regularized callsigns, effective a little more than three months later, on September 1, 1939. Strangely, this date happened to coincide with that same crisis weekend that saw the rise of militaristic events in continental Europe. Now at that time, there were 15 shortwave transmitters in the United States on the air with radio programming and these were operated by 8 different radio broadcasting organizations. Twelve of these shortwave transmitters were located close to the Atlantic coast, two were located in the Midwest, and just only one on the West coast. Twelve of these transmitters were rated at moderate power, two with low power, and only one at the higher power of 100 kW. All 15 of these shortwave transmitters were licensed under experimental callsigns, beginning with a W, followed by a number and then the letter X. According to the FCC mandate, each of these transmitters needed a new callsign, a regular four letter callsign, beginning with either W or K, depending on its location. Even though the required date for the change was set at September 1, 1939, some stations made the change early, and some made the change late, though apparently some made the change on the right date according to the mandate. Interestingly, six of these transmitters were each given a new callsign at that time, and then a few days later another change took place and new callsigns were allotted. The new callsign for the new 100 kW transmitter operated by General Electric at South Schenectady in New York state was initially WGEU, though a week later that was changed to WGEO. However, the two other shortwave transmitters at the same location, the 25 kW W2XAD & the 40 kW W2XAF, retained their initially allocated callsigns WGEA & WGEO. The CBS station located at Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, W3XAU, was initially allocated the callsign WCAI, though this was changed to WCAB a few days later. However, their sister station, W2XE at Wayne New Jersey retained its 1st new call, WCBX. Then too, the Crosley station near Cincinnati W8XAL became WLWU, and a few days later this call was changed to WLWO, standing for WLW Overseas. The Florida station in Miami, W4XB, became WBKM at first, and this was soon changed to WDJM. The twin shortwave transmitters operated by the Worldwide Broadcasting Foundation in Massachusetts, W1XAL in Boston and W1XAR in Scituate, initially became WSLA & WSLR, though two weeks later their next and permanent set of call letters became the more familiar WRUL & WRUW. The twin RCA-NBC shortwave transmitters at Bound Brook New Jersey with similar calls, W3XAL & W3XL became WRCA & WNBI. The two Westinghouse stations with similar calls, the 40 kW W8XK in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and the 10 kW W1XK near Boston Massachusetts became WPIT & WBOS. The only West Coast shortwave station W6XBE, which was inaugurated on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay during the Golden Gate International Exposition early the same year 1939, adopted the callsign KGEI, which identified General Electric International. The final call change referred to in our program today was for the quite low powered ½ kW W9XAA in Chicago Illinois. 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that the FCC required on September 1, 1939, the station was thought to be off the air. A new call was allocated to W9XAA, WCBI, but perhaps that call was never implemented on air, due to the fact that the transmitter was never again energized. All of these things happened way back just 73 years ago. * Program Announcement - 07:55 Allen Graham * Identification Signal - 08:45 France: RFI, OTS, theme music, identification announcement English * HFCC Paris - 09:42 Jeff White: Interview 2 administrators, 8,000 sites in France, AM FM TV Montsinery, 4 transmitters, 6 antennas, DRM to USA 107 attending Paris HFCC, 40 countries around the world * National Anthem - 20:04 France: La Marseillaise, brass * Japan DX Report - 27:09 Yukiko Tsuji * Music of the World Accordion & instrumental * Closing Announcement - 27:24 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 2. HFCC Paris 3. Philippine DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:Box 29235 Indianapolis Indiana 46229 USA [email protected] Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:39 * Program Ends - 28:55 ============================================================================== 1. The Shuffle of American Shortwave Callsigns in 1939 List of Shortwave Stations ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Location State kW Experimental Interim Final ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CBS Shortwave Stations Wayne New Jersey 10 W2XE WCBX Philadelphia Pennsylvania 10 W3XAU WCAI WCAB Crosley Shortwave Station Mason Ohio 10 W8XAL WLWU WLWO Federation of Labor Chicago Illinois ½ W9XAA WCBI Closed General Electric Shortwave Stations Treasure Island California 20 W6XBE KGEI South Schenectady New York 25 W2XAD WGEA 40 W2XAF WGEO 100 W2XAD/F WGEU WGEO Isle Of Dreams Shortwave Station Miami Florida 5 W4XB WBKM WDJM RCA-NBC Shortwave Stations Bound Brook New Jersey 35 W3XAL WRCA 35 W3XL WNBI Westinghouse Shortwave Stations Saxonburg Pennsylvania 40 W8XK WPIT Millis Massachusetts 10 W1XK WBOS

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Worldwide Broadcasting Federation Boston Massachusetts 20 W1XAL WSLA WRUL Scituate Massachusetts 20 W1XAR WSLR WRUW ============================================================================== 2. The Shuffle of American Shortwave Callsigns in 1939 References ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABC Weekly 1939 American SW Broadcasting, Sidel Broadcasting Yearbook 1939 Capital Times, Madison Wisconsin DXLD 28-6-06 GE Bulletins IDXA-TGC 1939 NNRC 1939 Radex 10-39, 11-39, 12-39, 5&6-40 Radio & Hobbies 1939 Radio News 1939 Scott Tuning Guide Time 28-8-39

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Página do GCR - GRUPO CENTRAL RÁDIO no Facebook Ola pessoal. É com muito orgulho e satisfação que convido todos voces a participarem da nossa página GCR GRUPO CENTRAL RÁDIO , no facebook . Lá voce encontra amigos , discute temas , posta projetos , escutas e ainda fica conhecendo nossos colegas e associados . O pessoal todo ja esta participando , só falta você . Acesse agora e participe: https://www.facebook.com/groups/grupocentralradio/ Te vejo por lá !! *MAURICIO PIMENTA - PY4ID.* *Moderador Grupo Central Rádio* *Sempre alerta com a gente !* Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID

Horacio Nigro Final para Radio St. Helena en diciembre de 2012 Final para Radio St. Helena Radio Santa Helena cerrará sus emisiones pronto. El 25 de diciembre, más precisamente, coincidiendo con la fecha de su apertura en diciembre 25 de 1967, lo que significan 45 años de radiodifusión desde esta isla del Atlántico Sur. La señal de AM signal en 1548Khz con 1KW será clausurada, para dejar paso, aparentemente a una emisora del gobierno de la isla en FM. El mástil de la antena para Onda Corta que se activó por muchos años en Octubre durante el Santa Helena Day, ha sido desmantelado por Cable & Wireless, pero se está considerando una última trasmisión por radioaficionados, aunque no hay promesa para esto. Si pudiera realizarse, será también la última trasmisión en Onda Corta.

Paul Walker - Ridgway, Pennsylvania, USA www.onairdj.com www.houndcountry.com via IRCA YG via Horacio Nigro, Uruguay, trad. y adaptado. Se recuerdan sí estas emisiones especiales que se realizaron por muchos años, en 11092.5 USB. Y que congregaron la audiencia de los DXistas alrededor del mundo.

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Yimber Gaviria Argentina: El aire radiofónico Antes de la década del sesenta las ondas electromagnéticas que atravesaban la ciudad de Roca eran las generadas por radioaficionados y las radios de onda corta. Fue a partir de 1963 que la primera señal de radio en onda larga fue modulada en Roca por LU18 que aún continúa siendo la única. Sin embargo hay una multitud de señales FM (frecuencia modulada) que explotaron en los ochenta y hoy pueblan el dial roquense con más de 33 señales. La tecnología necesaria para hacer una radio era cara y complicada antes de los años sesenta. Con el descubrimiento de los transistores, todos los elementos se simplificaron y se redujeron en tamaño y en costo. La masiva industrialización de la tecnología electrónica continuó bajando los costos, pero en la Argentina los límites eran más políticos que económicos. Las dictaduras militares mantenían un férreo control y censura sobre las señales radiales. Fue después de llegada la democracia que las radios FM proliferaron en todo el país. Las ansias de comunicación negada durante tantos años y la tecnología que ya estaba a disposición llevaron a que cada barrio pudiera tener su propia emisora. Con una pequeña antena y un transmisor no más grande que una caja de zapatos se podía irradiar una señal que llegaba a varios kilómetros. El tiempo fue depurando todas aquellas iniciativas, sin embargo muchas de ellas subsisten y actualmente en Roca se sintonizan 33 radios. Seguramente hay muchas más no detectadas porque tienen alcance de una decena de cuadras. Muchas de ellas retransmiten señales de conocidas radios porteñas y al mismo tiempo generan programas locales de perfil cultural, periodístico, deportivo y musical. El paisaje radial roquense fue siempre en aumento y el vínculo de los oyentes y la radio ha creando fuertes lazos que comprueban la fortaleza de la oralidad en los vínculos sociales. En agosto comenzó la normalización de frecuencias de radio. En Río Negro se licitarán 95 licencias. En Roca son 5 licencias sin fines de lucro y otras 9 objetivos comerciales. Imagen cortesia de:theradiokitchen.net FUENTE: http://www.rionegro.com.ar/diario/el-aire-radiofonico-950222-30681-notas_aniversario.aspx

Yimber Gaviria Belgica: Pide Europa a firmas de telecomunicaciones compartir ondas de radio Las economías europeas deben exprimir las ondas de radio que llevan tecnologías de móviles e internet para hacer frente al enorme crecimiento en la demanda por servicios de datos en teléfonos avanzados y tabletas. Bruselas • La Comisión Europea presiona a las compañías de telecomunicaciones para compartir las frecuencias de radio que utilizan para servicios móviles y de banda ancha, mientras el espaciose agota ante el rápido incremento del uso de la web. Las economías europeas deben exprimir las ondas de radio que llevan tecnologías de móviles e internet para hacer frente al enorme crecimiento en la demanda por servicios de datos en teléfonos avanzados y tabletas. Más de 50 por ciento de todo el tráfico de los teléfonos inteligentes se enrutan a través de redes Wi-Fi y este tipo de tráfico está creciendo entre cuatro a seis veces más rápido que las redes de móviles, dijo la comisión. Las compañías que poseen partes del espectro de las ondas de radio tras la liberalización en la década de 1990 consideran que esta capacidad está entre sus más valiosos activos y muchos han sido renuentes a compartir. El espectro es un recurso finito por lo que puede transportar solo cierta cantidad de tráfico. Si se tienen licencias para bloques de espectro adyacentes, entonces se puede transportar más tráfico. Si los bloques están separados por una porción que pertenece a otro, no se puede tener mucho tráfico. "Lo que vemos con el espectro ahora es que está roto en partes muy pequeñas distribuidas en los 27 países miembros", dijo el lunes Ryan Heath, portavoz de la Comisión Europea, en una conferencia de prensa. "Obviamente esa no es la mejor manera de explotar el recurso", agregó. Una propuesta de la comisión, que no es vinculante por ahora, dice que las compañías que no son propietarias de espectro podrían negociar el compartir con aquellos que sí lo tienen y pedirle a los reguladores nacionales aprobar los acuerdos. Las compañías de telecomunicación podrían ser renuentes a compartir tales recursos a menos que sean persuadidas del potencial de que los retornos valen la pena, después de haber tenido que pagar grandes precios a través de subastas por sus porciones de espectros. Una subasta por espectro para licencias móviles muy rápidas de cuarta generación en Francia requirió que tres compañías que ganaron espectro en la banda de 800 Mhz vender acceso mayorista a operadores de redes móviles virtuales (MVNOs por su sigla en inglés). Los MVNOs pueden vender servicios móviles a consumidores sin poseer su propia red de espectros. La banda de 800 Mhz es considerada la más valiosa porque ofrece un equilibrio ideal entre la capacidad de transportar datos, viajar largas distancias e ingresar a edificios. http://www.milenio.com/cdb/doc/noticias2011/500684cb88288f9a55c971e20e4a2afb http://tv.milenio.com/envivo Otras estaciones de Milenio: http://www.milenio.com/radio#

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Yimber Gaviria Ireland: Worldwide All-Ireland Finals coverage on RTÉ Radio (((Shortwave to Africa)) RTÉ Radio will broadcast the GAA All-Ireland Hurling Final on Sunday 9 September and the All-Ireland Football Final on Sunday 23 September on all wavelengths and via the internet to Irish people and communities around the world. RTÉ is asking on those with relatives or friends abroad to let them know that this coverage is available and to invite them to the biggest party in Ireland’s sporting calendar. Ireland: At home, audiences can listen as usual to the GAA finals on RTÉ Radio 1 FM, RTÉ.ie and on Longwave 252. Britain: Across most of Britain, listeners can receive our coverage on Long Wave 252. In addition RTÉ Radio 1 is available on the UK free to air satellite platform Freesat on channel 750. Worldwide: Across the world, the match commentaries will be available online at www.rte.ie/radio1 and www.rte.ie/sport (((Shortwave to Africa))): In Africa, where many Irish people live and work, often in relative isolation with poor communications, RTÉ is providing special transmissions on shortwave radio. See details below. Note: For those living in Ireland, who wish to get details of the shortwave frequencies to friends or family living abroad, RTÉ is providing a special phone text service. Listeners text the word “shortwave” to 51101 and they will receive a short text message with the shortwave frequencies. These texts are charged at standard rates. SHORTWAVE FREQUENCIES FOR AFRICA Both Finals throw in at 3.30pm Irish Time Southern Africa 17685 kHz (2pm to 6pm)* East Africa 17540 kHz (2pm to 5pm)* East Africa 11915 kHz (5pm to 6pm)* West Africa 7505 kHz (2pm to 6pm)* These services are part of RTÉ’s continued commitment to Irish people overseas and, over the years, has proven especially popular with those in geographically or technically isolated areas. In addition to RTÉ Radio broadcasts, RTÉ will also broadcast the All Ireland Finals on RTÉ One Television. Don’t forget also the extensive and dynamic online offering from ww.rte.ie/sport. For further details of RTÉ coverage abroad please see http://www.rte.ie/radio/worldwide.html SOURCE: http://www.rte.ie/sport/features/gaa/2012/0904/336266-worldwide-all-ireland-finals-coverage-on-rte-radio/ Other http://www.rte.ie/radio/worldwide.html * Irish Standard Time (IST) +0100 UTC http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_IE.aspx

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Teclado para o FT60R / ou sucata Ola amigos, boa noite. Procuro uma sucata do YAESU FT60R , ou apenas o TECLADO em bom estado do mesmo . Se alguem souber onde encontro , me informe por gentileza . Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID

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Onda Livre Audiências TV: Os números de Agosto • Audiências TV: Os números de Agosto pode ler estas notícias na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio: www.ondalivre.com

Radio Heritage Foundation Keep Our Radio Memories Alive & Win! **This is the final mailing in the August fund raising series** Radio Heritage Foundation - www.radioheritage.com - September 5 2012 US$240 in gifts available to donors - September 1 - November 30 - Read on to find out how to win! Hi there Did you know that the Radio Heritage Foundation keeps radio memories safe for Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and Asia! We also look after various radio guides you may have recently used. We're a busy bunch of volunteers! We're also kept busy with amateur radio history [many thousands of QSL cards to catalog], vintage radio, US Armed Forces Radio history and many other aspects of broadcasting across the entire region including the Americas. We also have a wonderful collection of European radio features including rare audio and images. Sharing a Success Story #3 I'd like to share a remarkable story about how people like you help keep these memories alive. Back in the early 1950's, tiny Canton Island in the central Pacific was a refuelling stop for trans-Pacific flights. US vice-president Richard Nixon spent about 90 minutes there en route to Australia and New Zealand in 1953. Fred Carpenter at local radio KIBS scored a coup by interviewing Nixon and Mrs Nixon. The tapes were lost for almost 60 years, recently discovered and recordings sent to us. It's a remarkable tape with a very relaxed Mr Nixon chatting about his coming trip to the Pacific and Asia. We've got the full interview for you, heard for the first time outside Canton Island in almost 60 years, in a special radio show on Radio New Zealand International, their Mailbox program broadcast on October 15. Later, it'll be released as a feature on our website and broadcast via WRMI Miami on the Wavescan program. Without the kindness of Fred's son, these tapes would have been lost forever and we know many of you also have memories, tapes and items about stations, personalities and events. We know, because we get them all the time! It's marvellous to keep these memories safe, in fact it's a privilege to do so, and we're happy so many thousands of you find our website and find things of interest. Our radio guides are very popular, and we spend a lot of time keeping these updated, tracking down new stations and keeping them up to date. We're all volunteers, and can find different ways to help. Right now, the biggest way you can help is by making a donation towards our regular operational costs of just over US$400 a week. These are the bills we have to pay others just to be here! Our August shortfall was US$1,440.42 August was mid-winter or mid-summer and we reached only 21% of our needed budget. Now that spring has sprung and fall is calling, please help us make up the shortfall of US$1,440.42 within the next few days with your [currently NZ residents only] tax deductible donation. Did you know we also have thousands of Asia-Pacific radio stations in our popular PAL Radio Guide? We've just updated the new digital DAB radio stations in the Australian Radio Guide. We also add around 150 new stations each year to the Kiwi Low Power FM Radio Guide! And have almost 300 features about Asia-Pacific radio stations and personalities for you to enjoy for free? Your US$6.25 will help us a lot this month! Are you willing to donate US$6.25 in the next few days?...that's about two nice cups of coffee...using the donation button at www.radioheritage.com? A Very Special US$240+ Thank You All donations received between September 1 and November 30 go into the draw to win one of these great gifts, almost US$240+ worth of great reading in total: *1 Radio Hauraki book 'Shoestring Pirates' signed by the author and 'Fresh Pacific Wind' a marvellous audio CD with great moments of pirate radio *2 Broadcasting on the Shortwaves 1945 to Today by Jerry Berg is a masterpiece of radio history taking you inside the global world of radio as an era fades away and these stations go silent

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Yimber Gaviria Venezuela: Radio Caroní celebró 52 años de radiodifusión Con los micrófonos abiertos de noche y día, la señal 740 AM, ha logrado consolidar el éxito no solo en Guayana, pues su onda llega al sur oriente del país. La gran familia de Radio Caroní 740 Khz AM, alzó ayer las copas para brindar por sus 52 años de trayectoria en el mundo de la radiodifusión. Como siempre, desde los micrófonos de esta central, los profesionales de la comunicación transmitieron desde tempranas horas de la mañana, la mñas variada información en materia de opinión, política, deportiva y entretenimiento. Además en la sede recibieron con las puertas abiertas a los representantes de otros medios de comunicación y a amigos de esta casa radial. Rider Quintero, quien lleva 14 años en el circuito Alfa Omega, y 4 años como director de Radio Caroní, dijo estar orgulloso de pertenecer a esta emisora que cumplió 1 año más que la ciudad. Considera que fueron pioneros de la información en la zona, pues cuando se instaló la estación en San Félix no había televisión, dijo. Fue el 5 de septiembre del año 1960 cuando nació Radio Caroní, de la mano de su fundador José Antonio Izturiz, reconocido radiodifusor, que creyó en su pueblo y decidió invertir en este medio de comunicación, pensando en el beneficio de la colectividad. Sale al aire por primera vez bajo la frecuencia de 1.050 Khz, con 10.000 vatios de potencia, lo que hacia que la señal llegará a San Feliz, Puerto Ordaz, Upata y El Callao. Pero con el paso de los años, luego de constantes cambios y transformaciones tecnológicas el dial transmite en 740 Khz con 50.000 vatios de potencia, nivel que hasta la fecha mantiene permitiendo que sus emisiones se extiendan por todo el Sur Oriente del país. Tras la interrogante de conocer cual fue la clave para permanecer tantos años en sintonía, Quintero respondió que la emisora optó por ser completamente informativa, explicó que a diferencia de otras estaciones, Radio Caroní se enfocó en la transmisión de programas de opinión, durante todo el día, lo cual les resultó un éxito, que hoy en día se ve reflejado en este aniversario número 52. El dial 740 Khz es una “escuela porque por aquí han pasado la mayoría de los locutores de la zona”, expresó el principal rector de este medio, quien también manifestó que reconoce a las demás frecuencias de la región como “hermanas”. Sin duda alguna un medio de comunicación que durante medio siglo ha logrado ganarse la confianza del pueblo de Guayana, gracias a la emisión continua de informaciones veraces y objetivas, siempre “de la mano con el pueblo”, como reza su eslogan. Para el pueblo: Desde 5 de la mañana hasta las 12 de la noche los oyentes pueden disfrutar de la más variada parrilla que ofrece Radio Caroní 740 Khz AM, la cual le ha hecho honor a su eslogan “de la mano con el pueblo”, pues su equipo de profesionales le da cobertura a diversos programas informativos como “Sálvese”, que se transmite de 7 a 9 de la mañana; “La voz de la revolución”, “Martha Sierra en línea” y “El Noticiero”, narrado por Nolasco Guarisma Álvarez, cronista de la ciudad. De igual manera los fines de semanas brindan programación musical a través de “Ayer fueron éxitos en Caroní”, un programa que lleva 40 años ininterrumpidamente; “Ecoturismo”, “De todo un poco”, “Caroní en salsa”, entre otros. FUENTE: http://www.eldiariodeguayana.com.ve/espectaculos/13936-radio-caroni-celebro-52-anos-de-radiodifusion.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/radiocaroni Sitio Web: http://www.radiocaroni.es.tl/

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Rafael Rodríguez R. Fotos Radio Logos 4810 KHz Chazutá, Perú Adjunto enlace a la galería de la pagina ethnicradio. org donde se muestran algunas fotos de la estación peruana operando desde Chazuta en 4810 Khz. http://www.ethnicradio.org/photos Rafael Rodríguez R. - Bogotá D.C. - COLOMBIA

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha TEMA : O rádio Intraco TIIC-0I um bom ? Ola amigos, boa noite. Coloco esse tema no ar , e gostaria de respostas concretas de quem tem ou ja teve o saudoso INTRACO - TIIC-0I Esse rádio é bom ? Boa recepção Boa transmissão ? Quais os prós e os contras ? Segue uma foto que consegui da net para apreciação do modelo . Um grande abraço a todos . Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID

Associação DX do Brasil Lista de Transmissões em Português Lista de Transmissões em Português - Período A-12 - Válido de 25 de Março a 30 de Outubro de 2012 Já está disponível a "Lista de Transmissões em Português" - Período A-12 - Válido de 25 de Março a 30 de outubro de 2012 em PDF. Os sócios da ADXB poderão conferir esta lista em www.adxb.com.br/exclusivo/pdf/listaa12.pdf

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Interesso em radio YAESU FT-7B Ola amigos. Tenho para trocar em um FT7B um HT dual band FT60R, volto a diferença. Obrigado e aguardo contato . Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática - Eletrônica www.logicamax.com.br OI : ( 33 ) 8877-8001 TIM : ( 33 ) 9116-8001

Radio Taipei Internacional Cuestionario de RTI Querido/a oyente: Responde el siguiente cuestionario y envía tus respuestas antes del 15 de octubre de 2012 a nuestro correo electrónico [email protected] o a nuestra dirección postal P. O. BOX 123-199, TAIPEI, 11199, TAIWAN, R.O.C., y tendrás la oportunidad de ganarte un lindo y práctico regalo de Radio Taiwán Internacional. De antemano, muchas gracias por tu colaboración. 1. ¿Cuánto tiempo llevas escuchando a Radio Taiwán Internacional? 0-5 años 6-10 años 11-20 años 21-30 años Más de 30 años 2. ¿Por qué medio sintonizas la programación en idioma español de Radio Taiwán Internacional? Sólo por onda corta Sólo a través de la página web Por onda corta y a través de la página web Radios locales: (por favor, especifica los nombres) _________________________ Otros medios:_______________________________________________________

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3. Si sintonizas la programación en idioma español por medio de onda corta ¿en qué frecuencia la sintonizas? 11995 KHz 7570 KHz 5950 KHz 3965 KHz 11725 KHz 4. En caso de que la sección española de Radio Taiwán Internacional no transmita en onda corta, ¿sintonizarías la programación a través de la página web de la emisora? Si No Razón:_______________________________________________________________ Nombre y apellido: _____________________________________________________ Correo electrónico: _____________________________________________________ Dirección de correo postal: _______________________________________________

Yimber Gaviria EE.UU: Apple negocia para crear una radio gratuita en internet, según la prensa The Wall Street Journal anunció el jueves que Apple mantiene conversaciones para lanzar un servicio personalizado de radio similar a Pandora (que no está disponible para España). Fuentes cercanas al proyecto afirmaron que el nuevo componente podría funcionar con el hardware de Apple (iPhone, iPad y ordenadores Mac), aunque es posible que también fuera compatible con los sistemas operativos que ofrece Windows. Eso sí, las fuentes aseguraron que donde no funcionará será en los dipositivos Android. El enfrentamiento entre Apple y Google está constantemente en la palestra de las noticias, aunque en los últimos días conociéramos que los CEO de ambas empresas mantienen negociaciones por las patentes, la lucha parece que será bastante larga. El nuevo servicio podría pasar a formar parte de iTunes, en lugar de tratarse de una aplicación independiente. La oferta del streaming de radio de Apple parece ser un contraataque a la creciente popularidad que está teniendo Pandora y Spotify. Sin embargo, parece que los beneficios no crecen a la par que los ingresos debido a los altos costos de la puesta en marcha. Pandora informó la pasada semana que sus ingresos subieron en el segundo trimestre pero que, aún así, perdieron dinero debido a los royalties que deben pagar por las canciones. No se descarta la inclusión de publicidad entre canción y canción, como hace Spotify. Una batalla que podría beneficiar a Apple, ya que las licencias que posee en materia musical podrían ayudarle a eludir ciertas restricciones para compartir música en streaming. De hecho, la marca de la manzana mordida estaría manteniendo conversaciones con las discográficas y distribuidoras musicales respecto a la concesión de licencias, en lugar de pagar los royalties establecidos por el gobierno federal. En 2010 ya surgieron rumores acerca de la posibilidad de que Apple ofreciera streaming de música, pero no al estilo de Pandora. En cambio, un año más tarde, la marca de Cupertino declaró a Financial Times que se centraban en ofrecer al usuario la posibilidad de almacenar su música a distancia, en lugar de ofrecer un streaming que, en su opinión, acabaría con el negocio de las descargas. Habrá que esperar al 12 de septiembre para ver las posibles novedades. FUENTE: http://www.baquia.com/posts/2012-09-07-apple-mantiene-conversaciones-para-lanzar-su-radio-en-streaming

Yimber Gaviria China: Resto Ganadores Concurso 40 Aniversario China-Argentina De CRI He aquí la lista de los premiados de 2ª y 3ª categoría del Concurso con motivo del 40 aniversario de relaciones ChinaArgentina. ¡Felicitaciones! Diez premios de segunda categoría para: Héctor Eduardo Villarreal Rolando Ariel Pepe Reggiardo Marcela Fernández Vidal Alexander Cárdenas Laura Rodríguez Lucio Analía Aradica (Todos argentinos)

Carlos Germano Zbrun Daniela Suárez Ruben S. Marmoni

Diez premios de tercera categoría para Victor Gutierrez, Panama Javier Gonzalez Balon, Ecuador Vladímir Gudzenko, Rusia Josein Quintero, Venezuela Diego Echeverri, Colombia Ismael Martinez Vizcarra, México Ariel Becerra Pérez, Cuba Carmen Rivero, Argentina Rafael Velasquez,Venezuela Alberto Vega, Argentina CORDIALES SALUDOS / GOOD LUCK / JUAN FRANCO CRESPO * STAMP JOURNALIST (AIPET) SÀLVIA 8 (MAS CLARIANA) E-43800 VALLS-TARRAGONA (ESPAÑA-SPAIN-ESPAGNE-SPANIEN)

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Associação DX do Brasil Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 18-03-2012 Comunicamos que já se encontra a disposição o mais recente áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" referente ao terceiro domingo de março/2012. Neste programa dominical você encontra o espaço "Correios dos Ouvintes" da Rádio França Internacional e "Encontro da CRI" da Rádio Internacional da China. Ainda neste programa você confere as notícias semanais do mundo das ondas curtas com o Jailton Amaral. Confira em www.adxb.com.br/ea-18032012.mp3

Yimber Gaviria USA: Radio Free Asia Announces 16th Anniversary Qsl Card September 2012 Radio Free Asia (RFA) announces the release of our 16th anniversary QSL card. RFA’s first broadcast was in Mandarin on September 29, 1996 at 2100 UTC. Acting as a substitute for indigenous free media, RFA concentrates its coverage on events occurring in and/or affecting the countries to which it broadcasts. Those countries are: Burma, Cambodia, Laos, North Korea, Peoples Republic of China, and Vietnam. The design was chosen the favorite over four others posted on our Facebook page, RFA QSL. The microphone and flag is typical of what our broadcasters use in our Washington DC studios. This card will be used to confirm all valid reception reports from September 1 – December 31, 2012. Reception reports are also accepted by email at [email protected] , and for anyone without Internet access, reception reports can be mailed to: Reception Reports - Radio Free Asia - 2025 M. Street NW, Suite 300 Washington DC 20036 - EEUU Upon request, RFA will also send a copy of the current broadcast schedule and a station sticker. Best wishes from all of us at RFA. Thx AJ AJ Janitschek - Radio Free Asia

Yimber Gaviria Radio Vaticana lanza aplicación para celulares y tabletas Android Ciudad del Vaticano - La Radio Vaticana acaba de lanzar su primera aplicación para teléfonos celulares inteligentes y tabletas bajo el sistema Android, que ofrecerá las 24 horas del día información sobre el Papa y la Iglesia Católica. El sistema, que ya se puede descargar del negocio virtual Google Play o directamente en internet (http://rv.va/android), permitirá a los usuarios escuchar en directo -en cinco canales- todos los programas de la estación en 40 idiomas. Además ofrecerá acceso a las transmisiones en directo de video, a diversas páginas web, así como a los servicios especializados para periodistas. La aplicación es gratuita y se podrán leer los discursos pronunciados por el Papa Benedicto XVI publicados en el sitio oficial del Vaticano (www.vatican.va) y las noticias de la Radio sobre la Iglesia en el mundo (sólo en italiano e inglés en esta primera versión). Los programas cotidianos producidos por la emisora suman aproximadamente unos 70. En breve se espera el lanzamiento de un programa similar para iPhone/iPad y otro para Windows Phone. Recientemente, el Vaticano presentó los dos automóviles eléctricos que la casa francesa Renault ha regalado al Papa. FUENTE: http://www.laopinion.com/radio_vaticana_lanza_aplicacion_para_celulares_tabletas_android

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BCL News Milano: Radio Padania Abusiva, La Polizia Postale La Spegne Nonostante i ripetuti inviti di adeguamento per trasmettitore che aveva “caratteristiche di funzionamento difformi da quelle prescritte”, da Radio Padania non sono arrivati provvedimento. E cos‫ל‬, stando a ci‫ ע‬che riferisce anche il portale Bergamonews.it “da qualche giorno Radio Padania, l’emittente della Lega Nord, non ‫ ט‬pi‫ ש‬udibile in buona parte di Milano perch‫ י‬il trasmettitore che operava sulla frequenza 103,5 Mhz ‫ ט‬stato ‘beccato’ dalla Polizia Postale con caratteristiche di funzionamento difformi da quelle prescritte”. Dunque, l’emittente radiofonica del Carroccio, risulta praticamente “oscurata” in quel di Milano. A confermare il provvedimento e fornire ulteriori ragguagli ‫ ט‬stata la stessa polizia postale sulla propria pagina ufficiale: “L’antenna, originariamente situata in comune di Cisinello Balsamo, funzionava abusivamente dal centro di Milano, sul grattacielo Torre Velasca” Gli organi preposti avevano chiesto alla Lega di provvedere celermente alla regolarizzazione del trasmettitore ma, dal Carroccio, era arrivato direttamente un ricorso al Tar. Cos‫ל‬, hanno precisato dalla polizia postale, “Per ora, fino alla pronuncia del Tar, le trasmissioni su Milano restano mute”.

Pedro Sedano Novedades en la web de la AER *Lista de emisiones en espa‫ס‬ol actualizada* - http://lista.aer-dx.es La AER anuncia que ya est‫ ב‬disponible la 7× actualizaci‫ף‬n de 2012 de la LISTA MUNDIAL DE EMISIONES EN ESPAׁOL que se ofrece gratis en forma de listados PDF y de p‫ב‬ginas web con motor de b‫ת‬squeda *El Dial(fm) SEPTIEMBRE 2012* http://aer-dx.es/eldialfm La AER anuncia que ya est‫ ב‬disponible el bolet‫ם‬n El Dial (fm) de SEPTIEMBRE 2012 tanto en formato PDF, Flash y p‫ב‬gina web, mediante consultas a una base de datos que ya tiene unas 13.500 entradas Un cordial saludo, Pedro Sedano, Madrid, España - COORDINADOR GENERAL AER http://aer-dx.es/ [email protected] twitter @aer_dx https://twitter.com/#%21/aer_dx Facebook

Antonio Angel, EA3GYE Noticia radioaficionados asturianos (España) ---- Mensaje reenviado ----De: Juan Carlos Rodriguez Garcia [email protected] Enviado: Mi‫י‬rcoles 29 de agosto de 2012 15:21

Para: EA1AUM [email protected] Asunto: Actividad desde Asturias

SANTINA DE COVADONGA 2012 La Secci‫ף‬n Territorial de la Uni‫ף‬n de Radioaficionados Espa‫ס‬oles en Gij‫ף‬n, organizar‫ ב‬la XXVIII edici‫ף‬n consecutiva, de los indicativos especiales SDC, conmemorativos de la festividad del D‫ם‬a de Asturias y su patrona, la Santina de Covadonga. Esta edici‫ף‬n tendr‫ ב‬un especial significado, ya que estar‫ ב‬dedicada a un asiduo colaborador cuya salud le impide acompa‫ס‬arnos f‫ם‬sicamente, pero su recuerdo est‫ ב‬con nosotros. Modesto Suarez Fern‫ב‬ndez (EA1HB), gracias por todos estos a‫ס‬os de radio. En este a‫ס‬o 2012, la actividad estar‫ ב‬comprendida entre los d‫ם‬as 1 y 9 del mes de Septiembre, que podr‫ב‬n ampliarse seg‫ת‬n se presenten las circunstancias en los diferentes lugares desde los que se realizar‫ב‬n las transmisiones. Gracias a la colaboraci‫ף‬n de varios operadores de estaciones de radioaficionado, se trabajar‫ב‬n todas las modalidades y bandas en vigor actualmente, siempre siguiendo las recomendaciones de la IARU y la normativa actual. En esta vig‫י‬simo octava edici‫ף‬n de la actividad, contaremos con la presencia de radioaficionados asturianos que por diversos motivos tienen fijada su residencia en varias provincias de la geograf‫ם‬a espa‫ס‬ola, e incluso en otros pa‫ם‬ses o entidades. En aquellos distritos en los que no se ha logrado localizar a ning‫ת‬n radioaficionado nacido en Asturias, se han iniciado contactos con los Centros Asturianos de diferentes localidades, para transmitir desde sus instalaciones, contando con

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la inestimable colaboraci‫ף‬n de radioaficionados a quienes se les ha propuesto encargarse de la actividad en las provincias que cuentan con alguna de estas entidades sociales, relacionadas con el Principado de Asturias. Estas estaciones transmitir‫ב‬n con indicativos especiales que se solicitar‫ב‬n en sus correspondientes distritos o pa‫ם‬ses, y que siempre tendr‫ב‬n el sufijo SDC (Santina de Covadonga). El cambio de la normativa en Espa‫ס‬a, en lo referente a las autorizaciones temporales, ha supuesto que sean los prefijos EG y EH los ‫ת‬nicos que permitan mantener el sufijo que hasta ahora se ven‫ם‬a utilizando. Salvo inconvenientes de ‫ת‬ltima hora, en este a‫ס‬o 2011 podr‫ב‬n escucharse todos los distritos EA, por lo que se valorar‫ ב‬la posibilidad de tener un detalle especial con aquellas estaciones que consigan comunicar con los nueve distritos mientras transmitan con el sufijo com‫ת‬n de la actividad, as‫ ם‬como con quienes consigan trabajar todas las entidades que finalmente est‫י‬n activas en esta edici‫ף‬n. Los colaboradores de las provincias de Alava, Barcelona y Madrid, transmitir‫ב‬n desde las instalaciones que los Centros Asturianos tienen en Vitoria, Finca La Cuatreada en Barcelona y Quinta Asturias de Madrid, respectivamente; donde tambi‫י‬n se mostrar‫ ב‬una exposici‫ף‬n de materiales recopilados de ediciones anteriores y que pretender‫ ב‬acercar la radioafici‫ף‬n a los socios del centro que se muestren interesados. Dado que el d‫ם‬a 8 de Septiembre no es festivo en algunas comunidades, esta celebraci‫ף‬n se traslada al d‫ם‬a que estimen oportuno las respectivas entidades sociales y se anunciar‫ ב‬con suficiente antelaci‫ף‬n las fechas en las que se har‫ב‬n las transmisiones desde los Centros Asturianos afectados. El d‫ם‬a 8 de Septiembre, D‫ם‬a de Asturias y festividad de la Virgen de Covadonga, un grupo de radioaficionados formar‫ ב‬la expedici‫ף‬n ASTURIAS 2012, que transmitir‫ ב‬con el indicativo EH1SDC, desde las zonas de Buferrera y el Mirador de la Reina, en el Parque Natural Picos de Europa. Aunque todos los indicativos especiales tendr‫ב‬n el nexo com‫ת‬n del D‫ם‬a de Asturias, solamente ser‫ב‬n v‫ב‬lidos para tomar parte en el XIII TROFEO DISTINTIVOS TEMPORALES DE ASTURIAS, aquellos que transmitan desde el Principado, que en esta edici‫ף‬n ser‫ב‬n EG1SDC y EH1SDC. Los recientes cambios en la normativa y la equiparaci‫ף‬n de las diferentes licencias existentes en Espa‫ס‬a, han provocado que todos los radioaficionados gocemos de las mismas ventajas en lo que se refiere a la posibilidad de transmitir en todas las bandas y modalidades, al haber desaparecido las restricciones que siempre han caracterizado a los diferentes prefijos de radioaficionados. Por ello, ha sido necesario modificar tambi‫י‬n el reparto de los recuerdos que premiar‫ב‬n el esfuerzo e inter‫י‬s demostrado para comunicar con las estaciones especiales: · ESTACION DE RADIOAFICIONADO INTERNACIONAL · ESTACION DE RADIOAFICIONADO ESPAׁOLA · ESTACION DE RADIOAFICIONADO DE ASTURIAS · ESTACION DE RADIOESCUCHA (SWL) · MODALIDAD SSB · MODALIDAD CW · MODALIDAD FM · MODALIDADES GENERADAS POR MAQUINA Seg‫ת‬n la participaci‫ף‬n existente, la organizaci‫ף‬n valorar‫ ב‬la posibilidad de premiar al radioaficionado con mayor n‫ת‬mero de contactos en cada distrito. Las estaciones de Asturias no entrar‫ב‬n en el c‫ף‬mputo de la categor‫ם‬a Nacional. No podr‫ב‬n optar al premio aquellas estaciones que ya lo hubieran conseguido en ediciones anteriores, a no ser que todos los participantes ya lo hubieran obtenido anteriormente. Se pueden consultar los resultados de ediciones anteriores en la direcci‫ף‬n: http://www.ea1aum.es/indicecov.htm En la modalidad de radioescucha, con licencia oficial en vigor, solamente ser‫ב‬n computables cinco recepciones por banda y modo, de cada uno de los prefijos especiales, pero siempre en fechas diferentes. Siguiendo la costumbre de ediciones pasadas, la tarjeta QSL para este a‫ס‬o ser‫ ב‬de nuevo dise‫ס‬o y los comunicados que se realicen el d‫ם‬a 8 de Septiembre con la expedici‫ף‬n ASTURIAS 2012 se confirmar‫ב‬n con otra tarjeta confeccionada en exclusiva para este d‫ם‬a. El tr‫ב‬fico de tarjetas se har‫ ב‬v‫ם‬a asociaci‫ף‬n para los pertenecientes a la Uni‫ף‬n de Radioaficionados Espa‫ס‬oles. Todos los indicativos especiales est‫ב‬n registrados en E-QSL, por lo que a los contactos que se confirmen utilizando esta posibilidad, no se les enviar‫ ב‬tarjeta QSL en formato papel, a no ser que lo soliciten expresamente. Quienes prefieran recibir las tarjetas v‫ם‬a directa, deber‫ב‬n enviar sobre auto-dirigido y con suficiente franqueo para proceder a su devoluci‫ף‬n a trav‫י‬s del servicio de correos. Se ha creado una cuenta de correo electr‫ף‬nico, en la que se atender‫ב‬n todas las peticiones de informaci‫ף‬n, confirmaci‫ף‬n de contactos, dudas, etc. [email protected] Las direcciones del responsable de la actividad son las siguientes: Juan Carlos Rodr‫ם‬guez Garc‫ם‬a Apartado:598 de Avil‫י‬s (33400) Asturias [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Nota del editor: Es una noticia pasada pero es bueno saber las diferentes actividades que se proporcionan, el atrazo de la misma se debe al editor, fue recibida en tiempo y forma, pero por ocupasiones profesionales no se pudo confeccionar antes el presente boletin, gracias por su comprension. Ruben Walter Suarez

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Dario Monferini Supratik Sanatani Bangladesh QSL from new transmitter Bangladesh QSL from new transmitter Just received a f/data QSL from Bangladesh Betar featuring " TRIBAL GIRL" in colourful paper fan headgear.Received in 30 days in reply to a email report to [email protected] with audio clip for 7250 kHz on 6th August at 17.15 UTC. Signed by Abu Tabib Md. Zia Hasan Senior Engineer Research and receiving center who signed both the QSL as well as the nicely written accompanying letter. However, www.betar.org.bd/frquency.html mentioned in the letter does not seem to be working. Letter from Research & Receiving Center Bangladesh Betar 121, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Shahbag Dhaka - 1000, Bangladesh Tel +880-2-862-5538 fax +880-2-9662600 Supratik Sanatani – Kolkata - India http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dxld/ Group Email Addresses Post message: [email protected]

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Miguel Castellino Escuchas Esta mañana había buena propagación para Perú. Lo más relevante es lo siguiente: PERU 1240 R.Pachatusan (tentativo), 09:25-09:35, avisos en castellano e idioma andino, varias referencias a Sicuani (también se mencionaba Quillabamba y La Convención), 21311. Con mucho desvanecimiento y fuertemente interferida por R.Paysandú en la misma fq (pese a la orientación de la K9AY al oeste). PERU 1300 Enisora no identificada, huaynos y avisos (se escuchó hasta casi las 11:00 UTC cuando ya estaba claro!!!!) ARGENTINA 1580 R.Provincial Sierra Colorada (tentativo). Enlace con General Conesa y otra localidad de la costa atlántica. (audible con la K9AY al oeste que eliminaba las emisoras provenientes del este del país !!!)

Dario Monferini Escuchas Medium Wave Bandscan in PLAYA LA BARROSA de CHICLANA - 12-15 June 2012 Compiled by Dario Monferini Listening place : Hostal El Campanario 2nd floor Terraza www.chiclana.com/elcampanario/english/Inicio_ingles.htm Geographic Coordinates : 36° 25' 00" North , 06° 09 ' 00" West Receivers : ATS 909 & DEGEN 1103. ** Reception daylight 1000-1200 monitored

KHz Country Station 531 531 540 549 558

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Jil FM El Bouaghi POP ROCK Arabic evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Córdoba 0525-0530,0550-0600,0700-0715 RTM Tanger Arabic Chaine 1 Les Trembles Arabic evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Valencia only evening & night off567 E Radio Nacional 5 Marbella INACTIVE CLOSED DOWN NO STATION DETECTED

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--E POR MRC E MRC CNR POR E E E POR --E E G MCO E POR E CAT E ----E MAU CAT E E E ----E

Radio Nacional 5 Barcelona only evening & night Radio Nacional 1 Madrid 0550-0600,1109-1200 Radio Sim Muge & evening & night RTM Oujda evening & night Arabic Radio Nacional 5 Sevilla 0525-0530,0550-0600,1109-1200 RTM Sebaa-Aioun Arabic Radio Nacional 1 Tenerife 0550-0600 Antena 1 3 TXs Radio Nacional 1 La Coruna 0550-0600 Radio Nacional 1 Badajoz 0550-0600,1109-1200 Radio Nacional 5 Madrid 0525-0530,0550-0600 Antena 1 3 TXs evening & night NO STATION DETECTED Radio Nacional 1 Sevilla 0550-0600,1109-1200 Radio Nacional 1 Tortosa evening & night BBC Radio 5 Live Droitwich evening & night RCI Le Col de la Madone evening French service COPE Murcia Murcia 0457-0500,0525-0528,0555-0558 Antena 1 3 TXs evening & night Radio Nacional 1 Malaga 0550-0600,1109-1200 Radio Nacional 1 Barcelona evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Cádiz 0525-0530,0550-0600,1109-1200 NO STATION DETECTED NO STATION DETECTED Radio Nacional 1 Campo De Gibraltar 0550-0600,1109-1200 Radio Mauritania Nouakchott evening & night COPE Miramar Barcelona evening & night SER Radio Sevilla Sevilla 0450-0500,0525-0530,0550-0600,0625-0630 Radio Nacional 1 various TXs evening & night SER R. Madrid Madrid evening & night NO STATION DETECTED NO STATION DETECTED RTM Oujda off air ? COPE Sevilla Sevilla 0455-0500,0525-0528,0555-0558,0625-0628, 0705-0800,1030-1200,1705-1800 846 --NO STATION DETECTED 855 E Radio Nacional 1 Marbella 0550-0600,1109-1200 864 E Radio Nacional 1 Socuellamos evening & night 873 E SER R. Zaragoza Zaragoza evening & night 882 E COPE Málaga Málaga evening & night 891 POR Radio Sim Vila Moura 900 --NO STATION DETECTED 909 --NO STATION DETECTED 918 --NO STATION DETECTED 927 POR Radio Sim Evora 936 E Radio Nacional 5 various evening & night 945 F France Info Toulouse-Muret evening & nigth 954 E Onda Cero Radio Madrid evening & nigth 963 POR Radio Sim Seixal 972 MEL Radio Nacional 1 Melilla Open Carrier 24h 981 POR Radio Sim various 990 E SER Radio Cádiz Cádiz 0450-0500,0525-0530,0550-0600,0625-0630, 0705-0800,1030-1200,1705-1800 999 E COPE Madrid Madrid evening & nigth 1008 E SER Radio Extremadura Badajoz 0450-0500,0525-0530 & evening & night 1008 CNR ABC Punto Radio Las Palmas Gran Canaria evening & night 1017 E Radio Nacional 5 Granada 0525-0530,0550-0600 & evening & night 1026 E SER Radio Jerez Jerez de la Frontera 0450-0500,0520-0530,0550-0600,0625-0630 & evening & night 1035 POR STAR FM Belmonte evening & nigth 1044 E SER Radio Valladolid Valladolid evening & night 1044 MRC STM A/C Sebaa-Aioun //612 kHz evening & night 1053 G TalkSPORT Droitwich evening & night 1062 --NO STATION DETECTED 1071 --NO STATION DETECTED

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SER Radio Granada Granada evening & night Onda Cero Toledo Toledo evening & night TalkSPORT Brookmans Park evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Huelva 0525-0530,0550-0600 evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Cáceres evening & night SER Radio Albacete Albacete evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Badajoz evening & night COPE Jerez Jerez de la Frontera 0455-0500,0525-0528,0555-0558,0625-0628, 0705-0800,1030-1200,1705-1800 COPE Jaén Jaén 0457-0500,0525-0528,0555-0558,1705-1800 Radio Nacional 5 Málaga evening & night NO STATION DETECTED Radio Sawa Al-Dhabbaya evening & night SER Radio Valencia Valencia 0450-0500,0525-0530,0550-0600, evening & night NO STATION DETECTED Euskadi Irratia Vitoria evening & night Euskera service France Info Bordeaux-Néac evening & night COPE Córdoba Córdoba evening & night Absolute Radio Moorside Edge evening & night COPE Huelva Huelva 0455-0500,0525-0528,0555-0558,0625-0628, 0705-0800,1030-1200,1705-1800 NO STATION DETECTED R.Tanger NOT HEARD !!!! France Info Marseille evening & night Radio Sim various evening & night SER Radio Algeciras Algeciras 0450-0500,0525-0530,0550-0600,0625-0630, 0705-0800,1030-1200,1705-1800 COPE Badajoz Badajoz 0455-0500,0525-0528 France Bleu-France Bleu Elsass evening & night Antena 1 Portalegre SER Radio Burgos or Lugo evening & night COPE Valencia Valencia 0455-0500,0525-0528 & evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Ciudad Real evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Salamanca evening & night NO STATION DETECTED NO STATION DETECTED Onda Cero Ciudad Real Ciudad Real 0457-0500,0527-0530 & evening & night SER Radio Leon Leon evening & night Radio Orient Nice evening & night NO STATION DETECTED OFF "RNE DRM Arganda" NO STATION DETECTED France Info Lille evening & night Euskadi Irratia Bilbao Euskera evening & night NO STATION DETECTED France Info various TX evening & night Radio Nacional 5 Jaén 0525-0530,0550-0600 & evening & night Radio Coran/Radio Culture Alger evening & night NO STATION DETECTED NO STATION DETECTED Voice of Free Libya Al-Assah Misurata evening & night Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation Gibraltar aylight reception ID " WHATEVER YOU ARE THIS IS YOUR RADIO GIBRALTAR " Sunrise Radio Brookmans Park evening & night NO STATION DETECTED Euskadi Irratia Biribilondo Euskera evening & night SER Radio Santander Santander evening & night Onda Cero Antequera Antequera evening & night France Bleu/Radio Corsa Frequenza Mora Bastia evening & night France Info various TX evening & night Radio Nacional 5 La Línea de la Concepción relay Cadiz 0525-0530,0550-0600,1110-1200 NO STATION DETECTED General Arabic Progr/Call of Islam Duba evening & night SER Radio Castellon Castellon evening & night Voice of America Relay Pinheira Sao Tomè evening & night SER Radio Elche Elche evening & night

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1548 G Gold AM London-Saffron Green evening & night 1550 ALG RN Dem. Sahara Reb Rabuni evening & night 1557 F France Info Nice Fontbonne evening & night 1566 BEN Trans World Radio Parakou early morning & evening 1575 E SER Radio Cordoba Cordoba evening & night 1584 CEU RADIO OLE' CEUTA Relay 24h R. Olé FM Madrid 1593 --NO STATION DETECTED 1602 E R. Vitoria Vitoria evening & night 1602 E SER Radio Ontynent Ontynent night mix with Vitoria WEB pages : www.hermanboel.eu/emwg/online-mw1.htm www.hermanboel.eu/emwg/online-mw2.htm www.playdx.com/html/spagna.htm

Ernesto Paulero Escuchas 1630 Radio Diagonal, 04SETen la punta del dial, AM 1630 Diagonal ..... 18.30 UTC AM 1630 4319 AFN Diego Garcia, 01SET Muy bajito a las 21.27 UTC USB /N emision de musica antena dipolo de 15 Mts por lado a 6.50 de altura 5830 Radio Farda, 05SET Radio Farda en Farsi o similar UTC 2320 SINPO 23222 5840 Radio Free Asia, 05SET via sri Lanka CLN 23.00 UTC SINPO 23222 5910 Alcaravan radio, 05SET entre mucho ruido pero audible, musica e identificacion como "Alcaraván Radio en 5910 Khz ..........." UTC 00.00 5952 Radio Pio XII. 04SET buena señal 22.41 UTC 11570 Radio Open Notrh Korea, 04SET con bastante ruido y estáticos por Buenos Aires 14.45 UTC 11905 Sri Lanka, 01SET esta en el aire desde las 10.00 UTC , a partir de las 10.30 se le sumo mucho ruido 15225 Radio Riyahd, 31AGO buena señal por Bs As UTC 15.58 SINPO 44444 17515 Biblie voice BCN, 31AGO tentativa que es esa estacion AM musica e intervenciones de la Locutora la música parece afro SIO : 2 3 2

Rodolfo Tizzi Escuchas 1630 01SET, Ayer tuve que esperar un rato en la calle y me puse a escuchar con la radio del auto la frecuencia de 1630 kHz, y para mi sorpresa no solamente noté a Radio Diagonal de la Plata, sino a al menos un par de emisoras mas. ¿Alguien tiene datos precisos sobre cuales serían esas otras? Por mi y además por un diexista letón que me pregunta lo mismo porque la escucha a menudo. En Youtube he visto reportes de video de Radio Diagonal en varios países europeos: parece como que hubiera un tubo desde allá hasta acá porque la escuchan muy claro y con distintos receptores y antenas.

Robert Wilkner Escuchas South Florida - Australia - Peru 162 France France Inter 171 Morocco Medi 1 183 Germany

Europe 1

530 550 730 810

R Rebelde R Rebelde R Progreso ZNS

Cuba Cuba Cuba Bahamas

2850 North Korea

0222 om in French good signal on 31 August (Wilkner) Nador,0245 AR music with om vocal, very strong signal on 31 August – 0052 to 0100 in early on 1 September (Wilkner) Saarbruecken 0215 t0 0300 with music and om and yl at different times in French, good signal 31 August (Wilkner) Guantanamo 1030 over the usually dominant Radio Enciclopedia, August 31 Pinar del Rio 1030 August 31 (XM - Cedar Key La Fe 0800 August 31 (XM - Cedar Key) 0015 to 0020 Storm warnings and shelter locations by om, minor interference from Cuban station. - 0940 to 1000 with calm presentation of Isaac storm conditions, list of shelter locations, wind and rain damage reports ID "Radio Bahamas Zed N S News" by om. Parallel 1540kHz. 26 August (Wilkner) 1020 fair signal as band indicator 1 September (Wilkner)

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3250 3330 Perú

My earlier log was a mistake, please disregard (Wilkner) Ondas del Huallaga, Huánuco 1014 to 1030 excellent flauta andia, yipping with om dj, under t-storm crackle. 24 August (Wilkner) 3330 Perú R. Ondas de Huallaga, 10:12-10:30 44444 mx f ID "Ondas del Huallaga.. Huallaga" mx f huayno 27 August (Pedro F. Arrunátegui) 3375 Brasil Radio Municipal São Gabriel da Cachoeira 1015 flauta andina, yipping good music under t-storm crackle 24 August (Wilkner) 4319 Diego Garcia AFN 0023 to 0040 musix mixing with UTE, narrow filter 25 August (Wilkner) 4700 Bolivia Radio San Miguel, Riberalta silent for last two days? (Wilkner) 4716 Bolivia Radio Yatun Ayllu Yura, Yura 0000 to 0030 music tough copy on 25 August (Wilkner) 4750 Indonesia RRI Makassar 1050 to 1100 on 1 September (Wilkner & DK - Naples) 4755 Micronesia Pohnpei Maicronesia The Cross Radio 1000 to 1020 27 August (Wilkner) 4780 Djibouti Radio Djibouti Doraleh Sign on and into Quran, 0301 fair to good1 September (XM - Cedar Key) 4781 Ecuador Radio Oriental Napo 0010 with strong signal on 29 August (Wilkner & DK - Naples) 4781 Ecuador Radio Oriental Napo 1101 om with ID "en kilohertz, emisora ...international ..." 1 September 4810 Perú Radio Logos 0940 to 1010 traditions flauta andina, "cuatro en la manana" TC and "Palabras de Dios" 26 August. - 1040 orchestra and chorale then at 1052 into beautiful flauta andina 1 September (Wilkner) 4986 Perú Radio Voz Cristiana, Huancán 0000 to 0025 seemingly the one, with VERY distorted signal 29 August (Wilkner) 5019 Solomon Islands SIBS in this morning as Rebelde powered down 27 August (XM - Cedar Key) 5025 Cuba Radio Rebelde 1900 to 1905 - Isaac storm report live remote from Santo Domingo 25 August 5954 Costa Rica Radio Republica 0057 yl en espanol under massive jamming, 0100 yl with jamming dropping off to reveal clear signal. :-) 1 September (Wilkner) 5580 Bolivia Radio San José San José de Chiquitos , 0000 with weak signal on 29 August, 0050 to 0110 noted with music and fair signal, deep fades 1 September 6173 Perú Radio Tawantinsuyo Cusco 1030 to 1052 with om long talk 30 August (Wilkner) 8113 VMW Australia Weather 1023 to 1030 longitude gvien ID by om // 6230 weaker. 1 September 8989 Nicaragua "Pescador Preacher" 0000 to 0020 impassioned Minister with Spanish sermon 26 August --------------- David Sharp - New South Wales ------3310 Bolivia R. Mosoj Chaski 1045, brief comments by a woman, into local vocals, ore talk with a ment of "Cochabamba." Fair. 25/8 (David Sharp) 3810 Ecuador HD2IOA 1053, very weak with H:M:S format by a man. Only audible in USB (as opposed to AM+U)-- though that may he been because sideband was the only way to escape QRM on the high side. 25/8 (Sharp) 7216 Angola Radio Nacional, 1855, presumed with big carrier but almost no audio. Similar situation with 4949.73. 25/8 (Sharp) 11735 Zanzibar ZBC 1906, news by Swahili man with many local references, mostly fair but suffering from rapid fading. 25/8 (Sharp) 14950 Colombia Salem Estereo 0738, Spanish, fair on peaks with Bible readings or similar by man, but prone to long, deep fades. 15345 Argentina RAE 2210, noted in passing with Radio Nacional relay, fair reception, xmtr slowly drifting upwards. 25/8 (Sharp) 5909 Colombia Alcaravan Radio 0841, traditional vocals, full ID by a woman including SW frequency, into more vocals. Good. 18/8 (David Sharp) 6089 Nigeria FRCN Kaduna 2120, big mess here with low rumbling het against nominal; only partial cn LSB which had commentary by a man and distorted audio. 17/8 (Sharp) 7245 Mauritania IGIM 2129, noted with Arabic-ish commentary by a man. Poor under cochanel. 17/8 (Sharp) 9674 Peru Pacifico Radio Spanish, 0704, news or similar, first noted as het against nominal, only partial copy in LSB. 25/8 (Sharp) 10000 Brazil PPE Observatorio Nacional, 2041, weak but clear with ID's prior to every time check (H:M:S format) and amazingly-- all alone on frequency. 24/8 (Sharp) 4055 Guatemala R. Verdad 1037, good with hymns, child's choir. 25/8 (David Sharp) 4699 Bolivia R. San Miguel 1030, presume this with a very weak signal; local vocals but no ID Bothered by Chinese lang UTE traffic on 4700.9. 25 Aug (Sharp) 4747 Peru Huanta 2000 1006, news or mensajes, many ments of "Huanta" by a man. LSB necessary to avoid 4750 slop. 25/8 (Sharp) 4774 Peru Radio Tarma Spanish, 1025, ad string or similar, brief comments by a woman, into huaynos. Fair with slight CODAR QRM. 25/8 (Sharp) 4810 Peru R. Logos 1027, presumed with huaynos-- only readable in LSB to escape UTE high

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5039 Peru 6069 Canada

R. Libertad CFRX

6134 Bolivia

R. Santa Cruz

6159 Canada

CKZU Vancouver

6160 Newfoundland CKZN St. John's

4701usb 4754.9t

side. 26/8 (Sharp) Spanish, 1018, good with huaynos, reverb announcements by a man. 25/8 Toronto, 0840, fair with man interviewing Shakura S'Aida Into ad for Barbara Streisand Toronto concert. 26/8 (Sharp) 0906, good with "yip-yippie" vocals and mensajes by a man. All alone (nothing on nominal) and decent strength. 26/8 (Sharp) 0830, English, better than presumed CKZN high side but still tough copy with conversation between two men; best in LSB. Still another het in this area (high side) which has yet to produce audio. 26/8 (Sharp) 0820, several hets noted in this area, but partial copy for this in USB; snippets of English man but no ID with a mostly threshold signal. 26/8

UNID 0000 to 0010, Two men in Spanish while looking for absent Bolivian 2 Sept. (Wilkner) Brasil, Radio Imaculada Conceição, Campo Grande, MS Per XM-Cedar Key tip - possible return of Radio Imaculada 0000 to 0028 in Music strong signal in Port. 2 Sept. (Wilkner)

David Sharp Partial list of equipment: FT-950, NRD-535D, R8, R30A, Timewave 599ZX, various Palstar and MFJ accessories, Quantum Phaser, various Sangean and Tecsun portables, EWE aerials... Pedro F. Arrunátegui- Lima Peru DK - Naples , South Florida HQ180a - Darke R8B - Icom R70 XM - Cedar Key - South Florida NRD 525D - R8A -E5 Robert Wilkner Pompano Beach, South Florida NRD 535D -746Pro - R8 - Sony 2010XA - LW Pre Amplifier

Álex Robert QSL Seguem os dados da última confirmação recebida: 12060-Voz da Rússia-St. Petersburg Regional Centre-Rússia-Recebido cartão QSL,Flâmula,Adesivo e Calendário 2012. 57 dias.QTH: Ul.Akademika Pavlova,3 Saint-Petersburg,197022,Rússia. http://lex-dx.blogspot.com

Rafael Rodríguez R. QSL USA 9955 WRMI - Pgrm: BLUES RADIO INTERNATIONAL - Tarjeta QSL - v/s Jeff White - Informe enviado a: [email protected] - Demoró 30 días 4775 WWCR - Test Freq. Tarjeta QSL - v/s Cathy S - Informe correspondiente a pruebas realizadas en los 4775 KHz, enviado - a través de dirección postal mas 2 "follow up" via electronica - Demoró 930 días RWANDA 11830 DEUTSCHE WELLE - Tarjeta QSL - No v/s - Informe enviado a [email protected] - Demoró 45 días

Imagenes y mas en: http://dxdesdecolombia.blogspot.com/ Rafael Rodríguez R. - Bogotá D.C. - COLOMBIA

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Manuel Méndez Escuchas Escuchas en Friol - Sony ICF SW 7600 G, antena de cable, 10 metros ALEMANIA, 6140, Radio Gloria International, *0900-0915, 26-08, ingl‫י‬s, locutor, identificaci‫ף‬n: "Radio Gloria International, 6140 Kilocycles", m‫ת‬sica pop, comentarios. 34433. (M‫י‬ndez) AUSTRALIA, 4835, VL8A, Alice Springs, 2103-2112, 25-08, ingl‫י‬s, locutora, el tiempo, "Alice Springs, sunny, good morning", locutor, comentarios. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) BRAZIL 5970, Radio Itatiaia, Belo Horizonte, 2055-2110, 25-08, locutor y locutora, portugu‫י‬s, comentarios. 13321. Tambi‫י‬n 0559-0630, 26-08, canciones brasile‫ס‬as y comentarios, portugu‫י‬s. 14321. (M‫י‬ndez) 6180, Radio Nacional da Amazonia, Brasilia, 0620-0650, 28-08, m‫ת‬sica y comentarios: "Estamos apresentando...", "Nacional, a radio do Brasil". 34433. (M‫י‬ndez) 9820, Radio 9 de Julho, Sao Paulo, 0506-0520, 26-08, programa religioso: "Bom d‫ם‬a, Com a Mae Aparecida", locutor, portugu‫י‬s, canciones religiosas. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) 11925, Radio Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo, 0522-0535, 26-08, canciones brasile‫ס‬as, locutor, portugu‫י‬s, comentarios. 14321. (M‫י‬ndez) EQUATORIAL GUINEA 5005, Radio Nacional, Bata, 0504-0525, 26-08, canciones en espa‫ס‬ol y vern‫ב‬culo, locutora, comentarios en espa‫ס‬ol, identificaci‫ף‬n: "En Radio Bata". 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) 15190, Radio Africa, 0518-0533, 26-08, locutor, ingl‫י‬s, comentarios religiosos. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) GUATEMALA, 4055, Radio Verdad, Chiquimula, 0456-0607*, 26-08, locutor, espa‫ס‬ol, comentarios religiosos, a las 0500 programa en ingl‫י‬s "Spiritual Songs", canciones religiosas y comentarios, identificaci‫ף‬n: "Radio Trust, P. O. Box 5, Chiquimula, Guatemala, Central America", a las 0557 identificaci‫ף‬n en varios idiomas, himno y cierre. Buena se‫ס‬al hoy. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) BRASIL 9660, Voz Missionaria, Cambori‫ת‬, 0550-0608, 09-09, locutor, comentarios religiosos, portugu‫י‬s. 33433. (M‫י‬ndez) 9820, Radio 9 de Julho, 0540-0620, 09-09, locutor, comentarios religiosos, portugu‫י‬s, canciones relgiosas, "Santuario Nacional". 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) GUINEA ECUATORIAL 5005, Radio Nacional, Bata, 1920-1940, 08-09, canciones populares espa‫ס‬olas de anta‫ס‬o, 1968 canci‫ף‬n "Anduri‫ס‬a", de Juan y Junior, otras canciones en ver‫ב‬nculo. 24322. (M‫י‬ndez) 15190, Radio Africa, 1935-1942, 08-09, locutor, ingl‫י‬s, comentarios religiosos. 24322. Tambi‫י‬n 0550-0605, 09-09, locutor con comentarios religiosos en ingl‫י‬s. 34333. (M‫י‬ndez) GUATEMALA, 4055, Radio Verdad, Chiquimula, 0555-0601, 09-09, identificaci‫ף‬n en varios idiomas, "Estaci‫ף‬n Ev‫ב‬ng‫י‬lica Radio Verdad".14321. (M‫י‬ndez)

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Glenn Hauser Logs August 26, 2012 ** BANGLADESH. 15105, Aug 26 at 1255 I can hear some signal for a change, presumably BB in English. At 1400, 15505 is very poor, fluttery with S Asian music in Urdu service (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake August 26, before 1300, all with flutter: 12230, poor at 1252 12670, fair at 1252 13920, good at 1252 14700, good at 1254 14800, good at 1254 14870, good at 1254 15555, good at 1255 16100, poor at 1257; none in the 17s, 18s 16600, good at 1257; new frequency. The only previous 16600 mentioned in DXLD was issue 8-026, quoting an ITU monitoring entry from 17 October 2007, probably either Firedrake or Sound of Hope: ``K 16600.00 17 10 1827 1827 4.3 UNKNOWN BC 0.299 A3E 11 ????`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** COLOMBIA. 14950+, Aug 26 at 1254 while hunting Firedrakes, instead hear Spanish gospel music mentioning ``coraz‫ף‬n``, so Salem Stereo again lux out against likely CCI from FD (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** EQUATORIAL GUINEA. 15190, Aug 26 at 0549, R. Africa is on with hymn; nothing there a few minutes earlier. 0550 over to YL gospel huxter. Recheck 0604, it`s dead air past 0607 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MADAGASCAR. 13765, Aug 26 at 0458, VR IS without any squeals or meaows/miaux, 0500 opening African service in English also sounds OK. Recheck at 0527 during brief pause after program and start of Vatican IS again, I can barely hear a ``mosquito whine`` on the modulation (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also ZIMBABWE [non] ** MAURITANIA. 7245, Aug 26 at 0509, IGIM is on and chanting, good signal; still doing it at 0543, and even final check 0608, at least an hour of this! Are we awake yet? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NIGERIA. 15120, Aug 26 at 0528, VON is audible now, tho it was not closer to or before 0500: hum, crowd shouting, YL narration about poetry(?); it was a festival by some ethnic group; 0529 outro program `Celebrations`, ID, 0530 intro `Reflexions`. Reads S7 to S9+5, undermodulated. 0600 as I am awaiting SW Radio Africa on 15115, VON on 15120 airs a timecheck for 0600, `world news` introduced by drumming (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** NORTH AMERICA. 6935-SSB, Aug 26 at 0514 I find one pirate active, very poor signal with song. Matched frequency to WWCR 5935 exactly 1000 kHz below. 0520 fiddlin` at first seemed country hoedown, then Celtic. 0524 ID as ``Blue Ocean Radio,`` maybe three times (that`s the way to do it when you are low-power with lots of storm noise to combat), more music, soul; 0544 still going (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1631 monitoring: confirmed on WTWW-1 5755, UT Sunday August 26 at 0400. Unfortunately, the program feed line is still distorted as it had been all afternoon (except for the locally inserted ID at 0400 interrupting the start of WOR). Remaining SW airings: on WRMI 9955, Sun 1530, 1730, Mon 0500, 1130. On HLR 5980: Tue 0930. Also: On WRN via SiriusXM 120: Sunday 1730 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 9955, Sunday August 26 at 0503, Roberto Scaglione, Sicily is introducing his `Studio DX` Italian DX program, mentioning being on WRMI 9955. Fair signal, no jamming. Fingers crossed for WOR 24 hours later (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 7811-USB, Aug 26 at 0513, AFN is audible with poor signal, but not at 1248; 5446.5-USB audible at 0610 concluding a CBS feature, and also very poor at 1242; 12133.5-USB audible at 1253. TS/Hurricane Isaac is about to cross the Florida Keys, so we`ll see if it knox this SW station off the air (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 7490, UT Sunday August 26 at 0510, it`s another Saturday night and another ad-hoc late-nite extension of

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WBCQ playing music. It`s great to hear WBCQ`s only full-AM, full-power transmitter with very nice modulation fidelity, and *not* devoted to Brother Scare at the moment. However, first song heard is a hymn ``O Lord, You`re Beautiful``. Checked WWCR 5890 just in case but not // to the strident non-BS TOM gospel huxter there. Periodic chex later: 0531, country song with steel guitar, harmonica, segu‫י‬s. 0538, YL announces ``We`re Antenna Album Rock``. 0554 another break, she says ``You`re listening to antenna4.com``. 0609 final check still on with music. That website shows this was a special broadcast on WBCQ starting at 0400, ``Portable Concert``, Grateful Dead, originally live at Missoula MT in 1974. To be repeated UT Monday Aug 27 at 0000 on 7490. (Durations not given). Antenna4 apparently streams via Live365.com and other means, and has commercial sponsorship but I never heard anything but music and IDs on WBCQ. Too bad there was no advance notice of the first airing, but now there is of the second. Maybe by 0510 it was back to `normal` Antenna4.com programming rather than G. Dead special, as never heard that mentioned, tho I was hardly listening continuously (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 12050, Aug 26 at 1401 check, WEWN Spanish is back on the frequency it is supposed to use at this hour, instead of 13830 where it had appeared 25 hours earlier. Very poor but // 11550 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** ZIMBABWE [non]. 15115, Sunday August 26 at 0600 I am awaiting SW Radio Africa to start up via MADAGASCAR as scheduled on Sat & Sun only; tune halfway between this and 15120 Nigeria, I hear a het/carrier come on at *0600:48. Poor signal as expected since R. Dabanga on 15400 before that hour from same site, likely same transmitter, was also poor tonight. After some mbira, I can make out that once again SWRA is just replaying an evening show in English, mentioning 4880 and http://www.swradioafrica.com0603, ``Good evening`` and part 2 of something, talk about a constitution. Deep fading was louder than the modulation (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 11776, Aug 26 at 1402, mystery carrier het is louder than usual and Anguilla 11775 is weaker than usual. I expect the others at 8 kHz intervals above and below 11760 were also there at various levels, but too busy to hunt them today (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Bruno Casula Escuchas . LOG UTILITY - Inviato da: "Bruno Casula" - Lun 27 Ago 2012 3.406,20 3.525,00 3.597,00 4.059,00 4.458,00 4.458,00 4.458,00 4.458,00 4.471,00 4.471,00 4.471,00 4.471,00 4.600,00 4.600,00 4.657,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00

U... U... 4X.. TC.. TC.. TC.. TC.. CN.. CN.. CN.. CN EIL EI 4X.. CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN

..... ..... ..... ..... 1020 2013 2071 3010 C4 J51 S33 S41 1986 36094 1105 1106 1119 1305 1306 1308 1311 1313 13142 1315 1321 1322 13221

MIL STANAG-4285/600L/5N1/USB 21-ago 2106 CRYPTO BROADCAST CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 23-ago 2316 N-D CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 23-ago 2319 N-D ISR IsN MPSK (HIBRID MODEM) 20-ago 2310 N-D TUR TRC/TEN ALE/USB 24-ago 0232 SOUND TUR TRC/TEN ALE/USB 24-ago 0244 SOUND TUR TRC/TEN ALE/USB 24-ago 0429 SOUND TUR TRC/TEN ALE/USB 24-ago 0225 SOUND MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/LSB 21-ago 0158 SOUND MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/LSB 21-ago 0138 SOUND MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/LSB 21-ago 0215 SOUND MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/LSB 20-ago 2304 SOUND Haulbowline IRL IrN CODAN-CALM 22-ago 2218 CLG "36004" SHIP - IRL IrN CODAN-CALM 22-ago 2219 CLG "1986" ISR IsN MPSK (HIBRID MODEM) 20-ago 2306 N-D MRC PC ALE/USB 23-ago 2357 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0116 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 23-ago 2329 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0400 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 23-ago 2355 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0436 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0027 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0117 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0252 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0214 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0316 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 23-ago 2326 SOUND MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0025 SOUND -

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4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 4.855,00 5.082,00 5.083,00 5.083,00 5.083,00 5.090,00 5.180,00 5.254,00 5.254,00 5.254,00 5.254,00 5.254,00 5.254,00 5.404,00 5.404,00 5.567,50 5.635,00 5.752,00 5.752,00 5.752,00 5.752,00 5.752,00 5.752,00 5.752,70 5.753,00 5.756,00 5.756,00 5.774,00 5.774,50 5.774,50 5.775,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 5.838,00 6.170,00 6.265,00 6.265,00 6.265,00 6.265,00 6.265,00 6.371,27

CN 13231 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0210 SOUND CN 13251 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0427 SOUND CN 13263 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0204 SOUND CN 2203 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0044 SOUND CN 2205 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0007 SOUND CN 2404 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0109 SOUND CN 2407 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0417 SOUND CN 2409 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0007 SOUND CN 24151 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0412 SOUND 101 - [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 0057 CLG "673" 110 - [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 0341 SOUND 111 - [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 0054 CLG "673" 408 - [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 0256 CLG "673" 673 - [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 0055 CLG "101" U CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-ago 2040 N-D CN 1321 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0313 SOUND CN 13221 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0026 SOUND CN 13251 MRC PC ALE/USB 24-ago 0428 SOUND HBD55 Madrid E AMB. SVIZZERA MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 20-ago 2329 SEND MSGS TO Bern - [...] J3E/USB 19-ago 2049 VOCODER TFC 7U 123 ALG ANG ALE/USB 22-ago 0003 CLG "FN30" 7U EH33 ALG ANG ALE/USB 21-ago 2349 CLG "FN30" 7U EH35 ALG ANG ALE/USB 22-ago 0011 CLG "FN30" 7U FN30 ALG ANG ALE/USB 22-ago 0000 CLG "SF33" 7U SF33 ALG ANG ALE/USB 21-ago 2356 CLG "FN30" 7U SF35 ALG ANG ALE/USB 22-ago 0005 CLG "FN30" RDL Smolensk RUS CISN BEE/36-50 50/200 20-ago 2012 TFC KRY RDL Smolensk RUS CISN CW-FSK 20-ago 2123 GR(N) 'UUUUUU RDL RDL RDL 63038 95361 63138 95362 63038 15362 K ' - [...] CW 20-ago 2305 VVVV 'V V V K VVV K VVVV K VVVV K VV K AR K' R RUS MIL J3E/USB 20-ago 1840 TFC RUS SIMPLEX 7U DA01 ALG ANG ALE/USB 20-ago 2008 CLG "FN01" 7U DR01 ALG ANG ALE/USB 20-ago 2114 CLG "FN01" 7U FN01 ALG ANG ALE/USB 20-ago 1944 CLG "UL10" 7U JD01 ALG ANG ALE/USB 21-ago 0010 CLG "FN01" 7U UL10 ALG ANG ALE/USB 20-ago 1944 CLG "FN01" 7U VC01 ALG ANG ALE/USB 21-ago 0016 CLG "FN01" U CIS MIL BEE/35-60 50/780 22-ago 2125 TFC KRY RIT Severomorsk RUS CISN CW 20-ago 2104 TFC/GR(A) YI BRT IRQ CUSTOM ALE/USB 20-ago 1857 CLG "HUA" YI HUA IRQ CUSTOM ALE/USB 20-ago 1857 CLG "BRT" U CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 20-ago 2059 N-D 1001 - [...] MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 20-ago 1858 SEND MSGS TO "1005" 1004 - [...] MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 20-ago 1952 SEND MSGS TO "1001" 7U EH35 ALG ANG ALE/USB 20-ago 2106 CLG "FN30" CN C3 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0119 SOUND CN C4 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0143 SOUND CN J51 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0140 SOUND CN J62 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0225 SOUND CN J62 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 20-ago 2126 SOUND CN O73 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0216 SOUND CN P51 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0204 SOUND CN P52 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0209 SOUND CN P53 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0225 SOUND CN R31 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0216 SOUND CN S31 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 20-ago 2139 SOUND CN S33 MRC GENDARMERIE ALE/USB 21-ago 0219 SOUND U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 20-ago 0531 N-D 4X AAA Tel Aviv ISR IsAF ALE/USB 20-ago 2300 SOUND SOUND EVERY HOURS 0444 CLG 4X BB1 ISR IsAF ALE/USB 21-ago 0444 CLG "AAA" T6 1101 AFG GOVERNATIVE ALE/USB 21-ago 0245 CLG "11965" T6 11965 AFG GOVERNATIVE ALE/USB 21-ago 0149 SOUND 0232 CLG "1912" T6 1922 AFG GOVERNATIVE ALE/USB 21-ago 0139 SOUND 0233 CLG "11965" - [...] FSK 50/750 20-ago 0536 N-D -

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6.380,00 6.380,00 6.380,00 6.380,00 6.380,00 6.380,00 6.380,00 6.380,00 6.468,20 6.668,00 6.668,00 6.668,00 6.668,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.672,00 6.735,00 6.739,00 6.829,00 6.844,00 6.846,00 6.884,00 6.928,00 6.953,00 6.986,00 6.990,00 6.997,00 7.196,00 7.526,00 7.564,00 7.595,00 7.602,00 7.602,00 7.663,00 7.665,00 7.665,00 7.665,00 7.665,00 7.665,00 7.665,00 7.665,00 7.683,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00 7.692,00

4L ALA GEO MIL ALE/USB 19-ago 1957 CLG "BRO" 4L BRO GEO MIL ALE/USB 19-ago 1658 CLG "ZUU" 4L CHY GEO MIL ALE/USB 19-ago 1746 CLG "BRO" 4L DEA GEO MIL ALE/USB 19-ago 1750 CLG "BRO" 4L ZUU GEO MIL ALE/USB 19-ago 1700 CLG "BRO" 7U MX47 ALG ANG ALE/USB 19-ago 1743 CLG "FN40" 7U MX56 ALG ANG ALE/USB 19-ago 1743 CLG "FN40" 7U MX60 ALG ANG ALE/USB 19-ago 1711 CLG "MX57" - [...] FSK 201/200 20-ago 2255 N-D 4L 225 GEO GeoBG ALE/USB 21-ago 2359 CLG "762" 4L 682 GEO GeoBG ALE/USB 22-ago 0004 CLG "762" 4L 762 GEO GeoBG ALE/USB 21-ago 2352 CLG "639" 4L 768 GEO GeoBG ALE/USB 22-ago 0138 CLG "639" 107 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0213 SOUND 201 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0211 SOUND 203 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 2312 CLG "205" 204 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0200 SOUND 205 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 2312 CLG "203 207 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0221 SOUND 301 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0226 SOUND 304 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0219 SOUND 308 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0158 SOUND 401 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0210 SOUND 404 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0222 SOUND 411 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0227 SOUND 412 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0226 SOUND 413 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0210 SOUND 704 - [...] ALE/USB 23-ago 0210 SOUND I DAGA-88 - AIRCRAFT - I IN STANAG-4481 75/850 19-ago 0830 SEND KG84 MSGS YI HAB IRQ CUSTOM ALE/USB 20-ago 1822 CLG "SHA2" U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2110 N-D U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2108 N-D U S6VZ CIS MIL CW 22-ago 2109 CLG/WKG ..... U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2107 N-D U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2105 N-D U CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 20-ago 2250 N-D 7U MX47 ALG ANG J3E/USB 21-ago 2010 VOCODER TFC U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2103 N-D U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2303 N-D U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 23-ago 2128 N-D U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 21-ago 2053 N-D 7U Mascara ALG [...] J3E/USB 21-ago 2117 TFC FRA SIMPLEX FA RFFODE Calvi F FA ARQ-E 185/400 20-ago 0806 ESSAI (TEST) WKG Faviers K 0004WICAP WI USA CAP ALE/USB 24-ago 0346 SOUND K 100SWRCAP USA CAP ALE/USB 24-ago 0356 SOUND MIL STANAG-4481 75/850 20-ago 2252 SEND KG84 MSGS K 0001AKCAP AK USA CAP ALE/USB 21-ago 0239 SOUND K 0004NYCAP NY USA CAP ALE/USB 20-ago 2324 SOUND K 0011SCCAP SC USA CAP ALE/USB 21-ago 0035 SOUND K 0044SCCAP SC USA CAP ALE/USB 21-ago 0049 SOUND K 0044VACAP VA USA CAP ALE/USB 21-ago 0028 SOUND K 0189VACAP VA USA CAP ALE/USB 21-ago 0039 SOUND K 043MERCAP USA CAP ALE/USB 20-ago 2349 SOUND HBD63 London G AMB. SVIZZERA MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 24-ago 2233 SEND MSGS TO Bern 1808 - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 2257 SOUND 8801 - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 2016 SOUND 8803 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 0116 SOUND 1BG - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 1908 CLG "AF7" 1BG - [...] MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 21-ago 1949 SEND MSGS TO "AF7" AF7 - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 1908 CLG "1BG" AF7 - [...] MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 21-ago 1933 SEND MSGS TO "1BG" C6Q - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 1906 CLG "Q2A" C6Q - [...] MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 21-ago 1907 SEND MSGS TO "Q2A" Q2A - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 1907 CLG "C6Q" -

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7.692,00 7.700,00 7.710,00 7.720,00 7.757,00 7.765,00 7.783,00 7.809,00 7.822,00 7.903,50 7.903,50 7.903,50 7.954,00 3 7.954,00 3 7.970,00 7.970,00 7.970,00 7.970,00 8.062,00 9 8.071,50 8.120,00 8.389,00 8.624,00 8.624,00 8.678,00 8.765,00 8.765,00 8.789,00 8.895,00 8.902,00 8.903,00 8.912,00 8.912,00 8.912,00 8.912,00 8.912,00 8.912,00 8.912,00 8.998,50 9.082,00 9.082,00 9.082,00 9.082,00 9.082,00 9.082,00 9.082,00 9.082,00 9.183,50 9.183,50 9.183,50 9.183,50 9.185,00 9.224,00 9.224,00 9.224,00 9.224,00 9.224,00 9.242,00 10.050,00 10.176,00 10.201,00 10.242,00

Q2A - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 1910 SEND MSGS TO "C6Q" U D2MD CIS MIL CW-FSK 20-ago 0628 CLG/WKG "E5TM" VFR - Resolute Bay,NT CAN CCG FAX 120/576 22-ago 2320 CDT HBD - Kiev UKR AMB. SVIZZERA MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 24-ago 2149 SEND MSG TO Bern U CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-ago 2057 N-D R RUS INTEL FSK 200/1000 22-ago 2310 N-D R RUS INTEL FSK 200/1000 21-ago 2120 N-D L08 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 2257 CLG "F28" 2308 CLG "F28" RGT77 - Moskva RUS RA CW 20-ago 2131 TFC KII50 CO1 Colombia,SC USA FBI ALE/USB 25-ago 0411 CLG "CL1" KQC77 CL1 Cleveland,OH USA FBI ALE/USB 25-ago 0414 CLG "CO1" KWX20 AN1 Anchorage ALS FBI ALE/USB 25-ago 0344 CLG "RH1" V STAT23 TUN MIL ALE/USB 20-ago 0711 CLG "TUD" V TUD TUN MIL ALE/USB 20-ago 0727 CLG "STAT23" 400403 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 2306 SOUND 810203 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 2304 SOUND 810309 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 2306 SOUND 810514 - [...] ALE/USB 22-ago 2034 SOUND V 072 RSS Stalwart - SNG SngN ALE/USB 22-ago 2032 CLG "CN6" U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2100 N-D RIW Moskwa RUS CISN RUS-SYS 75/250 20-ago 2317 N-D U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 20-ago 2319 N-D PWSP GWPWSP - SHIP - B BN ALE/USB 23-ago 0007 CLG "GWPWZ33" PWZ33 GWPWZ33 Rio de Janeiro/Ilha do Governador B BN ALE/USB 22-ago 2346 CLG "GWPWBS" U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 22-ago 2337 N-D SP IGIELIT37 AFG PoA MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 21-ago 2030 SEND MSGS TO SP MORTON25 Warszawa POL PoA MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 21-ago 2022 SEND MSGS TO "IGIELIT37" GNXG - [...] CW 22-ago 2318 CLG "WITI" W - [...] CW 22-ago 2316 RPT "W" 1102 - [...] ALE/USB 21-ago 2331 CLG "1001" D3O21 LUANDA INFO Luanda AGL ACC/FIC (AFI-4) J3E/USB 21-ago 2033 TFC ING/SELCALL KAE484 DEN Agate,CO USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0322 SOUND NOY Z19 Corpus Christi,TX USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2327 SOUND 0237 CLG "F13" N... F13 - HU-25 - USA USCG ALE/USB 25-ago 0212 SOUND 0237 CLG "Z19" N... J12 - HH-60J - USA USCG ALE/USB 22-ago 0106 SOUND N... K52 - MH-65C - USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2227 SOUND N... K98 - MH-65C - USA USCG ALE/USB 22-ago 0127 SOUND N... N02 - HC-144A - USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2330 SOUND - [...] PACTOR-3 23-ago 2210 N-D K 0011SCCAP SC USA CAP ALE/USB 25-ago 0116 SOUND K 0040WVCAP WV USA CAP ALE/USB 25-ago 0130 SOUND K 0044VACAP VA USA CAP ALE/USB 24-ago 2323 SOUND K 0068DECAP DE USA CAP ALE/USB 25-ago 0036 SOUND K 0145VACAP VA USA CAP ALE/USB 24-ago 2351 SOUND K 034MERCAP USA CAP ALE/USB 25-ago 0007 SOUND K 09000NCCP NC USA CAP ALE/USB 24-ago 2331 SOUND K 0905NCCAP NC USA CAP ALE/USB 24-ago 2239 SOUND KAG78 KC1 Kansas City,MO USA FBI ALE/USB 25-ago 0111 CLG "QT1" KEC96 NY1 New York,NY USA FBI ALE/USB 25-ago 0122 CLG "QT1" KIH73 ME1 Memphis,TN USA FBI ALE/USB 25-ago 0343 CLG "RH1" KSD73 SC1 Sacramento,CA USA FBI ALE/USB 25-ago 0333 CLG "RH1" HBD72 - Islamabad PAK AMB. SVIZZERA MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 25-ago 0138 SEND MSGS TO Bern '@"‫־‬a©[email protected]ֳ5¨[email protected]' AFA4NQ 4NQAFA ..... USA USN MARS ALE/USB 25-ago 0236 SOUND AFA5QW 5QWAFA ..... USA USN MARS ALE/USB 25-ago 0050 SOUND NNN0EBC EBCNNN ..... USA USN MARS ALE/USB 25-ago 0007 SOUND NNN0OAR OARNNN ..... USA USN MARS ALE/USB 24-ago 2347 SOUND NNN0SEJ SEJNNN ..... USA USN MARS ALE/USB 25-ago 0412 SOUND - [...] MIL-STD 188-110A/S8/USB 20-ago 0555 TFC KRY U CIS MIL MPSK-12/USB 22-ago 2344 N-D U CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 19-ago 1940 N-D RCV Moskva RUS CISN RUS-SYS 75/250 20-ago 0610 N-D N K52 MH-65C - USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2241 SOUND -

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10.242,00 N N02 HC-144A - USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2234 SOUND 10.308,00 U CIS MIL MPSK-12/USB 19-ago 1943 N-D 10.516,00 7U ALG [...] J3E/USB 23-ago 2140 TFC ARA/FRA SIMPLEX 10.642,00 4X AA1 Ben Gurion ISR IsAF ALE/USB 23-ago 2215 SOUND SOUND EVERY HOUR 10.642,00 4X AAA Tel Aviv ISR IsAF ALE/USB 23-ago 2215 SOUND SOUND EVERY HOUR 10.796,00 U CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 23-ago 2142 N-D 10.892,00 U CIS MIL MPSK-12/USB 23-ago 2144 N-D 11.062,00 - [...] BAUDOT 200/850 21-ago 2044 TFC KRY 11.494,00 KA 27X Omaha,NE USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0405 SOUND 11.494,00 KA 33X Omaha,NE USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0401 SOUND 11.494,00 KA FTM Sarasota,FL USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0310 SOUND 11.494,00 KA SAR Limestone,FL USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 24-ago 2338 CLG "VES" 11.494,00 KA SEA Clinton,NC USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0269 SOUND 11.494,00 KEB762 ABQ Stanley,NM USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0355 SOUND 11.494,00 K I21 CESSNA 550 - USA CPB ALE/USB 25-ago 0316 SOUND 11.494,00 NMA 07Z Miami,FL USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2340 CLG "N02" 11.494,00 NMN CAMSLANT Chesapeake,VA USA USCG ALE/USB 21-ago 2319 CLG/WKG "NANCY-08" 11.494,00 N F13 HU-25 - USA USCG ALE/USB 25-ago 0259 SOUND 11.494,00 N NANCY-08 - HC-144A - USA USCG J3E/USB 21-ago 2319 WKG "CAMSLANT" 12.114,00 735 - [...] ALE/USB 19-ago 1951 SOUND 12.168,00 U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 19-ago 0730 N-D 12.222,00 KA FTM Sarasota,FL USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0310 SOUND 12.222,00 K BJH USA [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 2330 CLG "Z19" 12.222,00 K D41 P-3 AEW&C - USA CPB ALE/USB 24-ago 2221 CLG "D46" 12.222,00 K I21 CESSNA 550 - USA CPB ALE/USB 25-ago 0401 SOUND 12.222,00 N 702 HC-130H - USA USCG ALE/USB 25-ago 0220 CLG "PAC" 12.222,00 N F13 HU-25 - USA USCG ALE/USB 25-ago 0344 SOUND 12.225,00 SSE Cairo EGY MFA CODAN 16 TONES/USB 22-ago 2356 SEND MSGS TO Habana 12.226,70 SSE Cairo EGY MFA SITOR 100/170/ATU-80 22-ago 2350 CLG/WKG Habana 12.386,00 U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 19-ago 0732 N-D 12.504,00 U CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-ago 2310 N-D 12.572,00 U CIS MIL MPSK 12/USB 19-ago 2003 N-D 12.629,00 TAH IST RD# Istanbul TUR RADIO FEC 100/170 20-ago 2155 IDLE 12.725,00 PWZ33 GWPWZ33 Rio de Janeiro/Ilha do Governador B BN ALE/USB 20-ago 2241 CLG "GWPWBS" 12.750,00 CWA Cerrito Punta Carretas URG RADIO CW 19-ago 2035 CQ DE 13.050,00 UDK2 Murmansk RUS RADIO FEC 100/170 23-ago 2153 IDLE 13.221,00 KA CDI Cedar Island,NC USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0112 SOUND 13.221,00 K BJH USA [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 2348 CLG "Z19" 13.221,00 NOY Z19 Corpus Christi,TX USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2348 CLG "BJH" 13.221,00 N N02 HC-144A - USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2149 SOUND 13.312,00 KA SAR Limestone,FL USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 24-ago 2327 CLG "N02" 13.312,00 K BJH USA [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 2347 CLG "Z19" 13.312,00 K KRV USA [...] ALE/USB 24-ago 2302 CLG "N02" 13.312,00 NMA P16 Miami,FL USA USCG/CHOTEN ALE/USB 24-ago 2127 CLG "N02" 13.312,00 NOY Z19 Corpus Christi,TX USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2347 CLG "BJH" 13.617,20 FKK4 RFFXCAB N'Djamena TCD FAF ARQ-E3 192/400 23-ago 0001 IDLE 0523 S-OFF 13.907,00 N 702 HC-130H - USA USCG ALE/USB 25-ago 0037 SOUND 13.907,00 N N11 HC-144A - USA USCG ALE/USB 22-ago 0155 SOUND 14.780,00 PWN33 GWPWN33 Natal B BN ALE/USB 24-ago 0012 CLG "GWPWBL" FROM 0026 TO 0456 CLG "GWPWBL" 14.780,00 PWZ33 GWPWZ33 Rio de Janeiro/Ilha do Governador B BN ALE/USB 24-ago 0019 CLG "GWPWSP" 0229 CLG "GWPWSP" 15.867,00 KA... SEA Clinton,NC USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0300 SOUND 15.867,00 KPS395 ATL Warm Springs,GA USA CHOTEN ALE/USB 25-ago 0347 SOUND 15.867,00 N... 702 - HC-130H - USA USCG ALE/USB 25-ago 0114 SOUND 15.867,00 N... J11 - HH-60J - USA USCG ALE/USB 25-ago 0044 SOUND 15.867,00 N... K06 - MH-65C - USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2335 SOUND 15.867,00 N... K52 - MH-65C - USA USCG ALE/USB 24-ago 2331 CLG "VES" 16.010,00 YW.. 3KF4 - SHIP LUIS BRION - VEN VeN ALE/USB 20-ago 2136 CLG "3WP1" 2209,2245,2311,0018 CLG "3WP1" 16.010,00 YW.. 3WP1 ..... VEN VeN ALE/USB 21-ago 0018 CLG "3KF4" 16.938,00 - ..... - MIL STANAG-4285/1200L/5N1/USB 19-ago 0700 CRYPTO BROADCAST 16.941,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL MPSK-12/USB 19-ago 0702 N-D 17.018,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL MPSK-12/USB 19-ago 0705 N-D -

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17.960,00 ..... - ..... - [...] J3E/USB 19-ago 0709 TFC RUS DUPLEX 19.070,00 - ..... - MIL STANAG-4285/1200L/5N1/USB 19-ago 0714 CRYPTO BROADCAST 19.888,50 U... - ..... CIS MIL MPSK-12/USB 19-ago 0717 N-D 73 Bruno - CAGLIARI SOUTH ITALY http://it.groups.yahoo.com/group/Utilityworld/ Invia messaggio: [email protected]

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Glenn Hauser Logs August 27, 2012 ** AUSTRALIA. 19000, re previous report of RA on this frequency at unscheduled time after 0100: axually, it is now in the new operational schedule. I didn`t check that because supposedly it only updated changes to the overseas relays. At 0100, 19000 switches from transmitter F to transmitter E for another bihour, and from a 65 to a 70-degree antenna. Another mystery from this arcane schedule: some of the frequencies are displayed in bold italic, such as 19000 after 0100 but not before. What does that signify? Not explained. This applies only to the transmitter-E lineup, possibly meaning not in daily use?? O, I bet these are the ones planned for DRM, target date delayed and unknown: So bold-italic/DRM spans are: 01-03 19000, 07-09 7410, 09-11 9475, 11-13 6080, 13-17 5940, 9475 17-19. Non-bold italic: 03-07 21725, 19-21 11660, 21-01 21740 19000, Aug 27 at 0039 check, now the first transmission on this frequency is back on the air, missing the previous day (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** BANGLADESH. 15105, Aug 27 at 1325 checking for Bangladesh Betar during Nepali service, JBA carrier might be it, also at 1343. 15505, entirely different at 1359 with fair signal, not the BB IS as normal, but just a big hum, 1400 hint of a note from the IS, no timesignal, more hum; 1400.6 the hum goes down and Urdu announcement music, still some hum. 1420 check, talk with hum; 1421 big hum only; 1423 hum down again and bits of modulation cut on; 1423 change to a song with no hum. Maybe the hum comes from the weakest link, studio to transmitter? BB still doesn`t have its act together (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHAD. 6165, Aug 27 at 0521, RNT is on again, fair signal in French (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. I have finally been able to pin the multiple 8-kHz-spaced carriers on CNR1, as some modulation finally came thru on some of them Aug 27 around 1315. At least JBA carriers were detected on all these: 11728, 11736, 11744, 11752, 11768, 11776, 11784, 11792. One of them far enough from other stations not to have a het was 11768 and there I could make out Chinese talk, and soon found it matched 11990 CNR1 jammer, tho not synchronized. Then also some audio on 11744 in the clear; it was almost synched with CNR1 jammer on 11785. At 1320, even 11776 had some audio like the 11805 jammer, and then 11752 as well. Still not positive is the source of these, but 11760 remains in the middle of them all, normally covered by RHC, and when not, CRI English via Kunming is scheduled there at 12-14, but the spurs only start at *1300 and end at 1500*. Aoki also shows a CNR1 on 11760 at 00-12, 100 kW, 165 degrees from Shijiazhuang 723 site, so maybe it`s really on at 13-15 too as the spur-producer? In that case it might also be doing so before 1200 when I am seldom monitoring and/or propagation is not so favorable (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake August 27, after 1330: 15490, good at 1346 with het on lo side, down from 15495: 15495, fair at 1332, het on hi side 16100, good at 1334 17170, good at 1334 17235, poor at 1335, with ute QRM. New frequency, thought maybe spur? (At 1345, WWVH 10000 reported the K-index at 12 was 1) Before 1430: 15495, good at 1420, het on hi side; none in the 16s 17565, fair at 1425 vs V of Tibet via Madagascar jumparound; none in the 18s, 16s, 14s, 13s, 12s (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** INDIA. 15135-15145, Aug 27 at 1636 and still at 1701, DRM noise. At first suspected Ethiopian jamming of a clandestine. (There`s something wrong with your technology if such an assumption can be made.) But Aoki soon

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shows it`s intentional DRM at 1615-1715, the AIR Russian service, 250 kW (really?), 132 degrees from Delhi(Khampur). I could also detect an AM carrier in the middle of it, not a jamming target but it might as well be: Surely Oman being blown away during its 15-22 UT Arabic service which has been on this frequency forever. Wait a minute, why would AIR be broadcasting Russian to the southeast??? Unless no proper antenna available and hoping for backcoverage. No, 132 must be an Aoki typo, as HFCC shows same transmission at 312 degrees. That`s more like it, and also more fitting for such a signal way off in deep North America. 17670, Aug 27 at 1638, no modulation other than hum and whine or tone. Would has suspected Egypt or maybe Saudi Arabia, but HFCC and Aoki agree the only thing here is AIR, Hindi at 1615-1730, 250 kW, 245 degrees from Delhi(Khampur), same parameters for Swahili at 1515-1615 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** KOREA NORTH [and non]. 7220-7225+, Aug 27 at 1303, buzzing bothering VOA Korean on 7225, which is via Tinang, PHILIPPINES. N. Korean jamming would be expected, but seldom heard on any of the VOA Korean frequencies, e.g. 15775 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MAURITANIA. 7245, Aug 27 at 0518, IGIM is on and chanting (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** RUSSIA. 5930 slightly stronger than // 5940 Aug 27 at 1240, R. Rossii with some weird music, often interesting stuff before 1300*; poor signals but getting better into fall, and no WWCR in between at this hour, from Pet/Kam and Magadan respectively (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U K [non?]. 15410, Aug 27 at 1327, despite DW Hausa via RWANDA USward audible underneath, BBC is also transmitting on this unscheduled frequency in order to inform us that ``This is the BBC; there is no programme on this channel at present. Details of all our services are at bbcworldservice.com.`` Before each repeat, YL exclaims ``BBC`` and then an OM. Continues past 1330 but stops at 1331:30 and then off the air. Site? Purpose? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. Checking for AFN Saddlebunch Keys FL, as Isaac is blowing around, Aug 27 at 0519, not heard on 7811 or 12133.5. At 1238 not heard on 5446.5; at 1305 not heard on 7811; but at 1322 audible on 12133.5-USB mentioning ``AFN Radio`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1631 monitoring: confirmed on WRMI 9955, Monday August 27 at 0515 check, but pulse jamming is slightly stronger, each fading independently. So both stations are still funxional despite Isaac. Tnx a lot, Arnie! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 5050, Aug 27 at 0523, narration about Nostradamus, predixions for May 2000, earthquake in California; it will be 1999 in 7 months when ``great terror will come from the sky``. All accompanied by ``space music``, and periodically there would be a pause for several seconds as if playing back individual modules. Very good signal past 0530. First assumption would be WWRB running this on the frequency they normally close at 0400, but nothing identifiable. Certainly a major transmitter, not a pirate. Once one US station gets a SW frequency authorized, others can get it too at other hours. FCC finally updated A-12 file July 24, now URLed: http://transition.fcc.gov/ib/sand/neg/hf_web/A12FCC02.TXT but it still shows WWRB registered for this much longer span: 5050 2200 1300 WWRB 100 45 4,5,9 1234567 250312 281012 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 12105, Aug 27 at 1632, WTWW-3 is not on; while neighbor 12160, WWCR is inbooming (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** VATICAN. 15570, Aug 27 at 1643, HOA music and language, but which? First recognizable word is ``liberazione``, i.e. Italian-derived, so I figure an Ethiopian language is prime suspect. Later mentions Nigeria, Mozambique, Catholic, 1650 ``Vatican Radio``, alternating with bits of echoey rustic music. Uplooked later, it`s Amharic until 1645, then Tigrigna. Sufficient signal aimed oppositeward at 139 degrees, yet another instance of Santa Maria di Galeria`s terrific back-radiation capability. Meanwhile at 1652, coreligionist 15610 WEWN has priest who would never win a talent contest singing mass in Latin (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** VIETNAM. 12000, Aug 27 at 1323 Vietnamese song, cut off the air at 1328*. Presumed VOV Chinese service, only thing scheduled, until 1330 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 9860, Aug 27 at 1346, big open carrier with lo-level roar fading up and down until off at 1349*. Certainly not China or Saudi Arabia as in some schedules. Perhaps WHRI testing the transmitter which last week was putting out horrible spurs in the 01-02 UT period (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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Glenn Hauser Logs August 28, 2012 ** BANGLADESH. 15105, Aug 28 at 1238, JBA carrier at best, possibly BB English service; 15505 tried at 1400-1404+ and nothing heard today either, when Urdu has often been audible (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake August 28, after 1230: 13920, very good at 1233; none in the 12s 14700, very good at 1236 15545, good at 1240 16100, very poor at 1241 16980, good at 1241; none in the 17s, 18s Before 1400: 15490, fair at 1357, het on lo side 15605, poor at 1357 with noise jamming added (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. 11718, Aug 28 at 1259-1300* a carrier detectable here aside much stronger one from 11715 KJES. As Ron Howard points out, 11718 is part of a bunch of 8-kHz-spaced carriers at that hour. It`s presumably originating from a ChiCom jammer on 11710 (way under North Korea). Then from 1300 the same defective transmitter presumably changes to 11760 (way under Cuba), and today reheard weak carriers on 11744, 11752, 11768, 11776, 11784; with 11752, 11776 and 11784 easily perceptible making hets to on-frequency stations (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** FRANCE [non]. 7340, Aug 28 at 0458 pop music, flutter, off abruptly at 0500 without announcement. HFCC shows it`s RFI, 500 kW, 19 degrees from Meyerton, SOUTH AFRICA at 0430-0500 daily in Swahili. (A lot of signals end at 0500 on the 7 MHz band, clearing it out) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** INDIA. 15050, Aug 28 at 1237, open carrier with flutter, lite het, couple breaks, back to OC. Probably the AIR DelhiKhampur transmitter warming up prior to the 1300 Sinhala broadcast in DRM. (I see that HFCC does not show it as DRM but Aoki does; it normally is DRM with a few exceptions.) Or, still on following the Tamil broadcast intentionally in AM until 1215 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** KOREA NORTH. 2850, Aug 28 at 1145, KCBS is audible with choral music, Korean announcement vs hi noise level here shortly before 1200 sunrise. Not even a carrier could surpass noise on 120m, and hardly anything on 90m (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MAURITANIA. 7245, Aug 28 at 0500, no signal from IGIM for a change. Re my log yesterday when it was on at 0518, Theo Donnelly in BC says it was also on earlier at 0145 Aug 27, so apparently all-night on that occasion. You never know whether they`ll be on or not. No replies have reached me about whether Tajikistan is really active on 7245 after 0200 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 760, Aug 28 at 1202 UT, full ID in Spanish, but too much QRM to get a clue, then plays choral Mexican NA. There are two Sonorans and a Chihuahuan in the UT-6 zone (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 770, Aug 28 at 1201 UT, `Gloria` song with Spanish lyrix from WSW; 1206 ID mentioning ``104.3, Los 40 Principales`` and into rock with English lyrix. Thus per Cant‫ ת‬it is again: 770 XEREV Los 40 Principales + FM 104.3 Los Mochis, Sin. 5,000 100 and again I can`t believe this good signal dominating the frequency on sunrise skip can be on night power, tho the Sinaloans pretend it is 6 am by the local advanced clock (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 790, Aug 28 at 1207 UT amid QRM, Spanish talk mentioning ``Estados Unidos`` (in a way the Mexicans would, not ourselves), 1208 choral Mexican NA starts rather late, finished already at 1210, mentions Radio F‫ף‬rmula. Cant‫ ת‬shows: 790 XENT Radio F‫ף‬rmula + FM 97.5 La Paz, B.C.S. 10,000 750 There is another R. F‫ף‬rmula on 790, but only 250 watts from Guadalajara. Sunrise there is 1236, and in La Paz 1302 UT, but this loops WSW, and I`m quite sure it`s XENT. Besides, Guadalajara would be antheming around 1100 UT (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 1140, Aug 28 at 0506 UT after NA, too-quick full ID from XEMR, Monterrey, just caught ``Radio Esperanza, emisora manantial, del grupo ---``, right into gospel rock praise music. Continues to dominate frequency even tho pattern shows all signal goes south (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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** OKLAHOMA. As Bill Hepburn`s tropo maps had predicted, there was enhanced reception in OK and KS the morning of Aug 28. First noted with KWOU 88.1 Woodward in solid and KHCC 90.1 KS overriding KCSC at 1350 UT. After oatmeal, TV on at 1411 UT aiming west: 34, KOMI ``24`` Woodward is in, as are two OETA translators more to the North: K48KE-D, Buffalo, 11.8 kW, and K30AE-D, Alva, 15 kW. Plus some from Kansas: see U S A (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. Regional tropo from Kansas morning of August 28, after some Okies: RF 49 at 1425, something almost breaking bad, occasional glimpses of frozen frame, maybe KTKA Topeka? from that direxion. No, it`s much closer and much weaker Wichitan KGPT, since I see a ``Bounce`` network bug in the lower-right, during movie(?). W9WI.com shows this as still analog, KGPT-CA, CA-LIC with 4.8 kW, while in DTV list it`s shown as KGPT-CA, DC-APP with 5.45 kW. But it`s now changed to KGPT-DT as shown on the PSIP for 49-1. (PSIP IDs aren`t necessarily ``legal`` as a low-power stations should be -LD, not DT, right?) Furthermore they have an LD-CP for RF 24 as KGPT-LD with 15 kW. (Analog 24 is the ex-KSAS channel now on RF 26, but still virtually 24; I suppose that means an eventual KGPT really on 24 will have to pretend to be on some other virtual channel.) I also have a bad DTV signal on 43, which could also be Wichita, but some others listed, 30, 40 and 51, are blocked by Okies. Wichita`s remaining analog is also visible on 28, KWKD-LP (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 9330-CUSB, Aug 28 at 0450, dead air from WBCQ`s Good Friends Radio Network/Radio 211. First time caught silent in some time now; next check at 1155 remodulating with preacher (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 840, Aug 28 at 1159 UT, tune in just in time for air conditioner ad from theyesman.com, I thought, but Googling leads instead to http://www.theyesmancan.com/ in Las Vegas NV --- and hurried legal ID for ``Newsradio 100.5, KXNT-FM`` and 840, plus some other frequencies, translators?, bong and into CBS news from this networkowned station. (W9WI.com shows KXNT-FM on 100.5 is really licensed to Henderson, 100 kW at 357 meters, format ``soft adcon`` [what`s that?], so it`s another victim of the migration of AM formats to FM. Plus they have an application to move to another site with higher AAT, 459 meters, and much lower power, 5.6 kW.) Weak but steady signal, and no sign of KTIC or WHAS nor anything else on 840. Both day and night patterns of KXNT are supposed to have a big null toward the east, except for a very tiny lobe. Recently heard them earlier in the 11 UT hour with `Coast to Coast` on delayed PDT feed. I do think their pattern is out of whack, so a good bet for rare Nevada, eastwards. Fading out by 1205. Today`s Enid LSR was 1200 UT. Checked 720 for KDWN at 1203 UT, but it must be in whack, nothing heard (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 1110, Aug 28 at 0507 UT, as KFAB is opening `Coast to Coast`, quite a SAH is pumping from an open carrier, measuring 280/minute = 4 and 2/3 Hz, most obvious with KFAB nulled. There are several stations SE of here, many of them daytimers, none to the NW until the west coast. After midnight CDT, could be a legal test from a daytimer. KTEK Alvin TX has a day pattern aimed right at us. MW Offsets doesn`t list any stations in the likely area, http://www.myradiobase.de/mediumwave/mwoffset.txt but shows KFAB at 1.8 Hz high as of last November: 1110 1110.0018 USA KFAB (Omaha, NE) [1110.000-] 20111114 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 1530, Aug 28 at 1212 UT, sports talk about the ``Leones Negros``, fading out and in, mentions Veracruz too, and more Mexican deportes stuff. Loops WSW/ENE or so, and a weaker SS in the null. The Black Lions are the soccer team at the University of Guadalajara. Likely national show, as there are only three XEs on 1530, none of them in Guadalajara or with likely sportstalk format. Could even be KXTD Tulsa/Wagoner OK (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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Roberto Pavanello Escuchas 1368 31/8 3240 1/9 4780 31/8 4915 1/9 5940 1/9 6090 1/9 6210 1/9 6285 2/9 6915 1/9 7105 1/9 7250 1/9 9705 1/9 11710 1/9 14950.7 1/9 15190 1/9

20.00 03.35 19.20 03.30 22.50 03.20 22.15 08.45 22.20 22.55 16.50 22.40 03.15 21.55 22.05

IRRS - Milano EE ID, IS e talk su Neil Amstrong buono ( via Challanger o che altro ??? ) TWR - Manzini Ndau MX buono R. Gibuti Arabo MX buono R. Difusora - Macap‫ א‬MX buono Voz Missionaria - Cambori‫ ש‬PP predica suff. Amhara State R. - Bahir Dar Amarico MX suff, ( Mixed with Anguilla ) R. Marab‫ ש‬- [email protected] EE ID e MX buono R. Ome Jan - [email protected] EE ID e MX suff. Laser Hot Hits - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono Sound of Hope - Taipei Cinese talk buono Bangladesh Betar - Dhaka Bengalese MX buono Voix du Sahel - Niamey, Niger, FF ID e MX buono RAE - Buenos Aires FF tanghi buono Salem Stereo - Rio Blanco, Colombia, SS predica buono R. Inconfidencia - Belo Horizonte PP MX buono

918 2/9 1026 3/9 1035 2/9 1224 3/9 1368 8/9 1566 2/9 3905 8/9 4925 8/9 4940 8/9 6255 8/9 6265 9/9 6285 9/9 6295 8/9 6300 2/9 7295 8/9 9655 2/9 11695 2/9 11740 2/9 11780 2/9

22.45 20.57 22.50 21.34 23.40 22.55 23.15 00.10 00.15 22.50 08.40 09.00 22.55 22.05 23.10 22.30 22.10 16.30 22.00

R. Intereconomia - Madrid SS talk su servizio sanitario suff. R. Jaen - SS ID e NX locali buono R. Northsound 2 - Aberdeen EE talk su festival suff. COPE - Mallorca SS ID e pubblicit‫ א‬locale suff R. Challanger - Villa d' Este IT talk su mitologia buono Eagle Extra - Guildford EE MX suff. The Technische Man - Postbus 65 - 7260 AB Ruurlo - Olanda Dutch ID e MX buono R. Educ. Rural - Tef‫ ט‬PP predica suff. A.I.R. - Guwahati Hindy MX locale suff. R. Telstar South - ?? EE ID e MX buono Geronimo Shortwave - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono R. Focus Int. - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono R. Bogusman - [email protected] EE ID TRX R. - ??? EE ID e MX buono Traxx FM - Kuala Lumpur EE NX suff. R. PMR - Tiraspol EE storia moldava ottimo R. Australia - Melbourne Indonesiano intervista buono KSDA - Guam EE ID buono R. Nac. Amazonas - Brasilia PP calcio buono

Roberto Pavanello - www.playdx.com www.bclnews.it

Zacharias Liangas Escuchas Log for 01/09 http://www.ipernity.com/doc/zliangas/13353719/ a playable audio sample for Hamburger Local radio Log for 02/09 9480 Gloria heard only with some carrier in SSB 6140 RMVB under a S4 noise 9480 RMVB on 0920 with music , but using MFJ 1025 noise canceller sample http://www.ipernity.com/doc/zliangas/13357899/ (web playable) 7265 for Gloria again nothing 6095 KBC 0920 with S5 and pop songs 35244 Zacharias Liangas , Thessaloniki Greece Once again the new links http://imageshack.us/homepage/?user=zliangas part f my image http://s1267.photobucket.com/albums/jj557/Zach_Liang-/ nearly full image list http://zliangas.ipernity.com/ new social site

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Toshi Ohtake JSWC bulletin September 2012[Archivos adjuntos 6] Dear radio friends, Please see the attached files which are Bulletin cover and DX News of the month. The first topic is Tokyo HAM Fair 2012. This annual event was held on 25th and 26th of August at Tokyo Big Sight, and attended by 33000 radio fans which was 1000 more than the last year. Some pictures are attached. JSWC opened our own booth to promote short wave radio listening. As this year is our club’s 60th anniversary, we had a big celebration party at Hotel Sun Route Ariake in the evening of 25th during the HAM Fair, and many club members and foreign broadcasters from Voice of Vietnam and China Radio International joined the party to promote our friendship. We also issued the book titled “JSWC’s 60th Years” in Japanese to cover our past 10 years of our club activities and radio topics, as the 50th anniversary book published 10 years ago had covered 50-year activities of our club. Special radio programs celebrating 60th anniversary are in progress. During the month of August, Voice of Russia aired a special programs on 27th, and China Radio International aired on 29th. All of these programs were in Japanese. Iran's IRIB and Voice of Vietnam are planning to broadcast a special program in Japanese sometime in September. English program special is still in planning and the schedule will be announced when the detail is defined. A special QSL card will be issued. This is all for this month and hope you enjoy this. Toshi Ohtake, Japan Short Wave Club JSWC, P.O.Box 44, Kamakura 248-8691, Japan. DX NEWS Listing by frequency (kHz) All times in UTC September 2012 ■■ Medium Wave ■■ 1044 China Radio International. Aug.14 at 1100-1120 in Japanese. SIO322. News, "China report" and "Monday tearoom". ID at 1100. (Tokuizumi) 1170 KBS World Radio, Kimjae, South Korea. Aug.13 at 1100-1122 in Japanese. SIO443. News & "Rainbow over the sea of Genkai". (Tokuizumi) 1566 FEBC, Jeju, South Korea. Aug.13 at 1230-1250 in Japanese. SIO554. ID at 1230. (Tokuizumi) ■■ Short Wave ■■ 4750 R. Republik Indonesia, Makassar. July 25 at 2036-2057 in Indonesian. SIO343. Talk & Quran. ID at 2044. (Nagatani) 5020 Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation, Honiara, Solomon Islands. July 15 at 0930-1009 in English SIO353. Local songs & talk. (Tamane) 5857.5 Korea Meteorological Administration, South Korea. July 20 at 2201-2230 in Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese. SIO353. Weather information. (Kidera) 6040 NBC Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. July 15 at 1010-1020 in English. SIO333 to 322. News & talk. (Tamane) 6070 V.O. Korea, North Korea. Aug.14 at 0900-0920 in Japanese. SIO443. News. ID at 0900. (Tokuizumi) 6080 R. Kuwait. July 20 at 2030-2100 in Arabic. SIO332. Arabic songs. ID at 2100, then news. // 17550kHz(SIO353)

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(Nagatani) R. Australia, Shepparton. July 23 at 1918-1940 in English. SIO343. Discussion. (A.Sato) R. Australia via Singapore. Aug.6 at 1200-1300 in English. SIO454. World news, followed by "Asia Pacific" at 1205 and "Media report" at 1230. (Shimada) V.O. Russia, Irkutsk. Aug.13 at 1203-1223 in Japanese. SIO444. News, "Radio journal, today's topic" (Tokuizumi) KBS World Radio, South Korea. July 17 at 0755-0859 in Japanese. SIO553. "Rainbow over the sea of Genkai" and a program commemorating 60th anniversary of the Japan Short Wave Club. (Matsunaga) KBS World Radio, South Korea. Aug.14 at 0800-0821 in Japanese. SIO443. News & "Rainbow over the sea of Genkai" ID at 0800. (Tokuizumi) R. Liberty, USA via Udon Thani, Thailand. July 23 at 1943-1958 in Russian. SIO444. Talk. (A.Sato) China Radio International. Aug.13 at 1000-1020 in Japanese. SIO544. News, China report, etc. (Tokuizumi) China Radio International. Aug.13 at 1400-1420 in Japanese. SIO443. News, "China report", "Monday tearoom". ID at 1400. (Tokuizumi) Deutsche Welle via Kigali, Rwanda. Aug.4 at 2000-2100 in English. SIO353. News, followed by "Worldlink" at 2005. (Shimada) R. Australia, Shepparton. July 23 at 2009-2025 in English. SIO232. Talk. (A.Sato) China Radio International. July 23 at 2027-2047 in Russian. SIO333. Talk with BGM. (A.Sato) KBS World Radio, South Korea. July 15 at 0242-0300 in English. SIO433. Business talk. (A.Sato) KBS World Radio, South Korea. July 22 at 0200-0300 in English. SIO554. News, "Seoul Report" and "Worldwide Friendship". (Kawazoe) KBS World Radio, South Korea. July 27 at 0100-0200 in Japanese. SIO554. News, "Rainbow over the sea of Genkai", "Drama Korean lesson" and "Today's Pyongyang from Seoul". (Toda) V.O. Korea, North Korea. Aug.13 at 0700-0721 in Japanese. SIO453. ID at 0700. News & song. (Tokuizumi) R. PMR, Moldova. July 23 at 1956-2034 in Russian and English. SIO443 to 343. Talk program in Russian. ID as "This is Tiraspol, the capital of ...Republic...R. PMR." was heard at 2030, then news in English. (Kuriki) R. Taiwan International. July 27 at 1100-1157 in Japanese. SIO444. News, "Taiwan point of view", "Culture of Taiwan" and "Thank you for letters". (Toda) R. Thailand. Aug.13 at 1300-1314 in Japanese. SIO544. News & song. ID at 1301. (Tokuizumi) KBS World Radio, South Korea. July 14 at 0900-1000 in Japanese. SIO444. News, "Magazine K". (Kawazoe) KBS World radio, South Korea. July 17 at 1016-1032 in Japanese. SIO333. A program of the 60th anniversary of JSWC foundation. Interview with Chairperson Otake. (Kidera) All India Radio, Aligarh. Aug.6 at 2245-2400 in English. SIO353. Indian music program. News at 2300, followed by commentary at 2310 and "Faithfully yours" at 2330. (Shimada) R. Taiwan International. Aug.13 at 0805-0859 in Japanese. SIO443. "Museum Taiwan". (Tokuizumi) China Radio International. Aug.13 at 1040-1059 in Japanese. SIO544. Talk of Chinese classical literature. Chinese lesson. (Tokuizumi) KBS World Radio, South Korea. July 15 at 0126-0200 in Spanish. SIO333. Talk & short drama. (A.Sato) Adventist World Radio, Guam. Aug.5 at 1600-1629 in English. SIO453. Wavescan including "Far Eastern DX report" presented by the JSWC. (Matsunaga) V.O. Korea, North Korea. Aug.13 at 0722-0745 in Japanese. SIO554. Reading aloud of a book by Kim Il-song. ID at 0730. (Tokuizumi) R. Taiwan International. July 17 at 0100-0200 in English. SIO453. News, "Hear in Taiwan" and "We've Got Mail!” (Kawazoe) V.O. Vietnam. Aug.3 at 2200-2228 in Japanese. SIO454. News, commentary and "Introduction of Vietnam". (Kawazoe) V.O. Vietnam. Aug.14 at 2200-2227 in Japanese. SIO433. News & song. ID at 2200. (Tokuizumi) V.O. Mongolia. Aug.13 at 0900-0929 in Japanese. SIO343. News & song. ID at 0900. (Tokuizumi) BBC via Ascension. July 23 at 2105-2130 in English. SIO242. Talk, etc. (A.Sato) V.O. the Islamic Republic of Iran. Aug.13 at 1330-1350 in Japanese. SIO433. Quran & news. ID at 1330. (Tokuizumi) China Radio International, Jinhua-Youbu. July 13 at 2300-2342 in Japanese. SIO554. News, commentary and "Travel in China". (Kawazoe) V.O. the Islamic Republic of Iran. Aug.14 at 2100-2120 in Japanese. SIO444. Quran & news. ID at 2100. (Tokuizumi) Italian Radio Relay Service via Tiganeshti, Romania. Aug.2 at 1358(IS)-1500(S/of) in English. SIO353. Religious talk by the Overcomer Ministry. (Nagatani) Adventist World Radio. July 29 at 1530-1600UTC in English. SIO353. ID as "This is Adventist World Radio, the Voice of Hope. More information is custom web at awr.org. The following program is in English." by female at Then Wavescan: "Radio broadcasting in Ceylon part 7", "About Mr. Thomas Witherspoon's presentation 'Shortwave for Good' in NASB2012 meeting" and "Indian DX Report". (Mitsumoto) Adventist World Radio, Guam. July 29 at 1600-1630 in English. SIO454. "Wavescan" including "Indian DX Report". (Kawazoe) HCJB-Australia, Kununurra. July 13 at 2230-2300 in Japanese. SIO454. "Saturday Talk". Interview with

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members of JSWC. (Kawazoe) HCJB-Australia, Kununurra. July 27 at 2230-2300 in Japanese. SIO454. Program commemorating 60th anniversary of JSWC. (Toda) V.O. the Islamic Republic of Iran. Aug.14 at 1330-1350 in Japanese. SIO433. Quran & news. ID at 1330. (Tokuizumi) R. Pakistan. July 22 at 0829(IS)-0840 in Urdu. SIO252. ID at 0830, then local songs. (Nagatani) R. Australia, Shepparton. July 13 at 0540-0600 in English. SIO443 to 111. Discussion. (A.Sato) Italian Radio Relay Service (IRRS) via Tiganeshti, Romania. Aug.5 at 1657(S/on)-1758(S/off) in English SIO453 to 252. Religious program by Overcomer Ministry. ID as "This is IRRS shortwave Milano, signing on." (Kuriki) BBC via Oman. Aug.4 at 0700-0830 in English. SIO353. World news, followed by "Weekend" at 0706. News again at 0800, followed by "From our own correspondent" at 0806. (Shimada) R. Romania International. July 14 at 1300-1326 in Chinese. SIO453. News, "Weekly News", "Culture of World" and "Kaleidoscope". (Kawazoe) R. Australia, Shepparton. July 15 at 0424-0458(S/off) in English. SIO433. Relay of football match & ABC news. (A.Sato)

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JSWC-6150

△▼ Contributors △▼ 6150 Iwao NAGATANI Kobe, Hyogo-Prefecture JRC NRD-545 + 20m longwire 6788 Shoichi TAMANE Nasushiobara, Tochigi-Pref. SONY ICF-SW7600GR + ApexRadio 303WA-2 8677 Hirokazu MITSUMOTO Kitakyushu, Fukuoka-Pref. SONY ICF-SW7600GR + SONY AN-LP1 8711 Nozomi MATSUNAGA Niiza, Saitama-Prefecture SONY ICF-SW7600GR AN-LP1 8740 Kazuyuki KURIKI Owariasahi, Aichi-Pref. ICOM IC-R75+ALA1530 8772 Kazushi TODA Okazaki, Aichi-Prefecture SONY ICF-SW7600GR + Attached rod antenna 8776 Mitsunori KAWAZOE Tsu, Mie-Prefecture SONY ICF-SW7600G + SONY AN-LP1 8785 Chiaki SHIMADA Higashimurayama, Tokyo YAESU FRG7700 + YAESU FRA7700 8836 Akihiko SATO Ashikaga, Tochigi-Pref. SONY ICF-SW77 + SONY AN-71 8849 Mikoto KIDERA Matsuura, Nagasaki-Pref. ICOM ICR 75 + ALA1530S+ 8897 Syohei Tokuizumi Toyota, Aichi prefecture DEGEN DE1103 + Attached rod antenna We welcome your contributions.

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Glenn Hauser Logs September 7-8, 2012 ** BANGLADESH. 15105, Sept 8 at 1341, BB very poor but at least audible with S Asian song, Nepali scheduled, tone and off at 1344:40*. 15505, Sept 8 at 1401, fair with flutter, S Asian music, Bangladesh Betar ID in presumed Urdu; some hum. 1419 still in with nice music (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CANADA. 6110, Sept 7 at 0500, open carrier; 0500:44 cut on the modulation as NHK English is almost concluding its opening minute. Sackville operations continue to be slipshod, but we should treasure every moment while it last (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Date is correct, omitted from previous report [omit this note when quoting as it will be irrelevant] ** CHINA. Firedrake Sept 8, before 1300, all with flutter: 12670, JBA at 1245; none in the 11s, 10s 12980, poor at 1245 13430, poor at 1243; none in the 14s, 15s 13920, poor at 1245 Before 1400: 12980, very poor at 1346 13920, poor at 1344 14700, JBA at 1343 14960, very poor at 1343 14980, very good at 1343; contrast with 14960

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15490, good at 1340, het on lo side 15605, good at 1338 with noise jamming added 15760, very good at 1338 [meanwhile VOA Korean 15775 very poor] 15940, fair at 1338 16980, very poor at 1341; none in the 17s, but see TIBET [non] (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** COLOMBIA. 14950+, Sept 8 at 1242, music JBA, non-Firedrake, ergo Salem Stereo (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CUBA. 15340, Sept 8 at 1340, bigsig from RHC with informe ecol‫ף‬gico, but not managing to modulate much, quite under; still nothing audible from HCJB beneath (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** INDIA. 9870, Sept 8 at 1254, AIR VBS is improving as we approach equinox, Indian pop music, fair with flutter (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** INDONESIA. 9526-, Sept 8 at 1250 and 1348 chex, no signal from VOI (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** JAPAN [non]. 6080, Sept 8 at 0514, NHK World Radio Jap‫ף‬n via BONAIRE is playing the same Japanese song as 6110, Sept 8 at 0514, NHK World Radio Japan via CANADA. English ends about a semiminute ahead with outro, both a show about this particular singer (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also CANADA ** MEXICO. 790, Sept 8 at 1206 UT, choral NA ends, ID as R. F‫ף‬rmula, La Paz, Baja California Sur, plus XHNT on 97.5. Cant‫ת‬: 790 XENT Radio F‫ף‬rmula + FM 97.5 La Paz, B.C.S. 10,000 750 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 830, Sept 8 at 1144 UT, Spanish TC for 5:44, temp 27C = 81F, loops SW, CCI. Per Cant‫ ת‬the only 830 XE in the UT-6 zone is: 830 XEVQ Amor + FM 96.9 Culiac‫ב‬n, Sin. 5,000 1,000 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 870, Sept 8 at 1158 UT, open carrier is on QRM-free, 1200 start choral NA; by 1203 native language talk including XETAR ID in passing, rustic music. Torn between enjoying their entire exotic opening exercises, and logging more SRS DX, opted for latter, as on 790, 880, 900 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 880, Sept 8 at 1201 UT, slow timecheck for 6:58 = almost CDT, ID including FM 91.1, federal PSA for SCT (Secretar‫ם‬a de Comunicaciones y Transportes which includes equivalent of FCC), then full ID for 91.1 with 25,000 vatios, and 880 (sounded more like 800) with 10,000, street address in Torre‫ף‬n, Coahuila. Calls went by too fast to catch, so refer to Cant‫ת‬: 880 XETC Kiuu + FM 91.1 Torre‫ף‬n, Coah. 10,000 1,000 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LSITENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 900, Sept 8 at 1204 UT, mentions Cuauht‫י‬moc at tune-in, XEDT plus 98.3 FM with 25,000 vatios, location in Colonia Centro, ``una estaci‫ף‬n de Cadena Hits``, matching Cant‫ ת‬entry: 900 XEDT Hits FM + FM 98.3 Cd. Cuauht‫י‬moc, Chih. 5,000 1,500 Cadena Hits is a subset of Multimedios, not even mentioning XEDT: http://www.mmradio.com/hitsfm (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 980, Sept 8 at 1216 UT, promo an IMER program Saturday at 9 am hora del centro [so inconveniently must subtract 2 hours in Sonorazona; Arizonora?], then local announcer with 18.7 degree temp on 8 September. Has to be the only IMER station on 980: 980 XEFQ La Voz de la Cd. del Cobre Cananea, Son. 2,500 500 Looking up the IMER website to be sure this 980 be unique, http://www.imer.com.mx/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=269&Itemid=91 I also encounter this disturbing story from Sept 5: http://www.rwonline.com/article/mexican-institute-of-radio-says-digital-conversions-on-track/215294 Says IMER plans to convert all its AM & FM stations to so-called HD by the end of this year! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 990, Sept 8 at 1149 UT, local news including murder victim found in a remote area on La Loma, which is

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an antenna site. I.e. Monterrey NL, where Wiki says the local government`s channel 28 is located. Temp is 27 already; i.e. XET. Not to be confused with the Cerro de la Silla, Monterrey`s major landmark. Hearing Spanish on 990, one must be careful to distinguish XET from KFCD in The Metroplex, which dominates after Enid sunrise, 1209 UT today before which it was only 14 here, refreshingly cool (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** TIBET [non]. 17570, Sept 8 at 1422, very poor signal with unID talk, maybe mix of JBA Firedrake; surely V. of Tibet via Madagascar on this frequency at the moment instead of jumpy alternates 17565, 17560 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 13570, Sept 8 at 1244, open carrier/dead air from WINB. Standard remark about no one minding the store (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 12105, Sept 8 at 1246, Russian religion poor-fair, deep fades, much better after 1300. Another Saturday, another early broadcast by WTWW-3 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 9370.0, Sept 8 at 1249, Brother Scare is now here, first day on new frequency from WWRB, ex-9385, as Capt. Dave Frantz had informed us a few days ago, glomming onto frequency abandoned by kaput WTJC. WWRB is right on frequency, unlike WTJC, but at 1349 modulation is scratchy as psychophants are phoning BS to say they will be listening today, causing spurs circa plus/minus 5 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 800, Sept 8 at 1140 UT, distorted talk modulation, can`t even discern the language. Loops between S and SSW, bothering KQCV OKC, and XEROK CiJz. Was hearing same thing last year, reported in DXLD 11-39 after 1200 UT Sept 28 and 28 under Mexico, and unID. Prime suspect was XEZR in Zaragoza, Coahuila. Anyone in south Texas should be able to confirm this in the daytime (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Anker Petersen Escuchas Dear DX-friends, Here are my latest SW-tips heard in Skovlunde on the AOR AR7030PLUS with 28 metres of longwire: 4699.96 4895.00 5580.27

2250-2305 2305-2315 2320-2330

BOL MNG BOL

5980

1515-1705

FIN Sa

11735

1825-1905

TZA

05.09 R San Miguel, Riberalta (p) Spanish talk and shouting 25222 AP-DNK 05.09 Mongoliin R, Murun Mongolian talk 35232// 4830 Altay (25232) AP-DNK 05.09 R San Jos‫י‬, San Jos‫ י‬de Chiquitos Spanish talk 14211 occasional utility QRM AP-DNK 01.09 Scandinavian Weekend R, Virrat Finnish ann, progressive music, ID, rock music 25232 // 11690 (35333) AP-DNK 08.09 Zanzibar Broadcasting Corp., Dole Swahili ann, Afropop, but open carrier in 3 minutes, 1900 news 54444 QRM Arabic speaking station on 11740

Best 73, Anker

Luca Botto Fiora Escuchas Domenica 9 settembre 2012 Questa mattina, tra le 5 e le 6, le frequenze SW sopra i 9-10 MHz erano parecchio attenuate, a parte due BBC da Cipro dominanti e due VOA dallo Sri Lanka molto deboli. Poi, sui 31 metri l'unico 'DX' era SRDA da Curitiba su 9565v, su 7850 si sentiva bene CHU da Ottawa e la Mauritania su 7245 era spenta, forse perch‫ י‬era domenica o per risparmiare dopo il periodo del Ramadan. Sicura, invece, alle 5.45 DENGE MEZOPOTAMYA sui nuovi 11510 kHz, identificata grazie alla risposta in lista di Wolfgang Bueschel: evidentemente, hanno deciso di iniziare a provare il nuovo canale prima della stagione B12, nonostante gli 11530 non fossero cos‫ ל‬negativi, a parte qualche interferenza a met‫א‬ del pomeriggio sulle frequenze vicine. Luca Botto Fiora - [email protected] (max. 30 MB) (ADSL max. 7 MB) QTH - G.C. 09E13 - 44N21 - Rapallo (Genova) - Italia RACK 1 (LW-MW-SW) R7 Drake VR5000DSP Yaesu Loop in ferrite ACA di 75 cm interna (@70 kHz-2 MHz) Loop magnetico 150x100 cm su finestra (@2-5,5 MHz) Dipolo aperto esterno 21 m (@5.5-30 MHz)

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Amplificatore RF K0LR-WA1ION per loop in ferrite Amplificatore RF LX1456 NE per loop magnetico e dipolo aperto Baluns 1:1 a choke di RG174 (6 spire - diametro 15 cm) per dipolo aperto Eliminatore di QRM MFJ 1026 (modificato W8JI) Splitters 0-1000 MHz a 2 vie RACK 2 (LW-MW) - E5 Etón Loop in ferrite ACA di 75 cm interna (@70 kHz-2 MHz) REGISTRATORI Digitali Sony ICD-B500 (R7) ICD-BX112 (VR5000DSP - E5) ICD-BX800 (PL-660) Musicassette TRC-1149 Sanyo (R7)

Glenn Hauser Logs September 8-9, 2012 ** BANGLADESH. 15505, Sept 9 at 1359-1401, nothing audible from Bangladesh Betar, supposedly in Urdu at 1400. Plenty of other signals on the band today, including VOR on 15510 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake Sept 9, before 1400: 17250, very poor at 1338 16920, fair at 1338 15605, fair at 1338 15490, fair at 1339, het on lo side 14960, very poor at 1340 14700, good at 1339 13920, poor at 1340 12980, good at 1342 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. 9855, Sept 9 at 1348, rustic singing reminiscent of Hmong hmusic, from the defunct Hmong Lao Radio via WHRI during this hour on Sundays; but turns out to be only CRI in Chinese at 12-14 from Beijing 572 site. Presumably hiliting some minority in China (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CUBA. 6000, Sept 9 at 0429, RHC English is just barely modulated, much softer than // 6050 fully modulated. 6000 is just like 6125 sounds after 0500 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** INDONESIA. 9526-, Sept 9 at 1347, no signal again today from VOI. Atsunori Ishida shows nothing on Sept 8 or 9 except for a carrier at 0940-0949 on Sept 8 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** IRELAND [non]. 17685, Sept 9 at 1344, JBA carrier, gaining a bit at 1345 to audiblize urgent speech, obviously something important like RTE`s annual GAA All-Ireland Hurling Final broadcast. Also on 17540, very poor. These two and 7505 are scheduled from 13 to 16 UT, except 17540 switches to 11915 for the final hour. Details: http://www.rte.ie/sport/features/gaa/2012/0904/336266-worldwide-all-ireland-finals-coverage-on-rte-radio/ Sites not given, but all for parts of Africa from within or nearby the continent. They`ll be back in a fortnight at the same hours for the All-Ireland Football Final on Sunday 23 September (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** MEXICO. 1050, Sept 9 at 1217 UT, promo for a f‫ת‬tbol show lunes a las 2 de la tarde ``aqu‫ ם‬en la radio de tu California``, and XED mentioned a bit later. I.e. Mexicali BCN. Cant‫ ת‬lists as a 10 kW daytimer, (same as XEBCS in La Paz), but IRCA has XED at 10/1 kW, 24 hours, and WRTH 2012 shows it as 10 kW fulltime. Which of these three is correct? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** OKLAHOMA. Updates on DTV subchannels: RF 31, KXOK 31.2, Enid with Mundo Fox, which was originally lo-quality video and in squeeze-o-vision, as of Sept 8 check has been upgraded to hi quality, and the aspect ratio can now be changed (unlike TV OK itself on 31.1). The MundoFox website still overlooks any affiliate in Enid in the drop-down find-your-station list. I`ll bet most SS in Enid still don`t know about it. I only found it by happenstance. RF 33, KOCB 34.2, OKC, still lacking TheCoolTV music videos. I`ve heard from people in two other cities where it also

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disappeared at end of August, perhaps due to financial problems. The Cool TV website still lists KOCB (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1633 monitoring: confirmed UT Sunday Sept 9 at 0400 on WTWW 5755. Started a few sex before 0400, then interrupted for canned ID. That fit just between the program number and the enumeration of countries to be covered. Further airings on WRMI 9955: Sunday 1530, 1730, Monday 0500, 1130. On Hamburger Lokalradio 5980: Tuesday 0930 On WRN via SiriusXM 120: Sunday 1730 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** U S A. 9980, Sept 9 at 1349, WWCR-4 is already on contrary to own schedule starting at 1400 Sat & Sun (1600 MF), with `Creation Moment`, the mini-show which twists science to support its own conclusion that the Earth & everything are only a few thousand years old. How asinine! Yet it`s a staple of this and other gospel-huxter stations. The numbskull has a British accent so he must be authoritative (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** VATICAN. 17590, Sept 9 at 1256 classical vocal music, poor signal, then Chinese announcement. Not heard after 1300, but HFCC shows VR in Chinese at 1225-1315, 500 kW, 65 degrees from SMG (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) UNIDENTIFIED. 11995, Sept 9 at 0427, the mystery open carrier with some hum is on, among the earliest times I have caught it. Has also lasted past 0600 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

Christian Ghibaudo QSL QSL report August 2012 France: Radio Japon Tx. Issoudun 11730 QSL card in 9 days. Bulgaria: Belgium: Czech Rep. Germany:

Radio Bulgarie RTBF 621 Radio Prague Deutsche Welle

Internet e-QSL in 15 days. report sent to [email protected] QSL card in 8 days. Report sent to [email protected] Internet QSL card in 4 days. QSL cards in 11 days. v/s Mrs Telelheid Hucas Via Rwanda on 21780 17810 Via Woofferton on 15620 Atlanctic 2000 Int. 3955 e-QSL in 5 days. Report sent to [email protected] v/s Typhanie. Luxembourg RTL 234 QSL in 18 days. Report sent to BCE 45 Bd Pierre Frieden L- 1543Luxembourg Poland: Polskie Radio 3955 QSL in 144 days. Romania: Radio Roumanie Int. 11950 QSL card in 70 days. Report sent to [email protected] v/s Andrei Popov Seychelles: BBC Afrique 15490 QSL letter in 18 days. v/s Jos‫ י‬Tambara (Senior Engineer) [email protected] Sri Lanka: SLBC via Trincomalee 11750 e-QSL in 7 days. Report sent to [email protected] Christian Ghibaudo

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INDICE Pagina 4 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson Jose Kucher

NWS185 Sun Sep 9, 2012 Antiguo cartel de LU8 Radio Bariloche

Pagina 12 Jose Kucher

DRM em onda Media

Pagina 13 Yimber Gaviria Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Mauricio Pimenta Cunha

Ecuador: Recuerdo sobre una radio Vendo ou troco RECEPTOR AZ BOX EVO XL Rádio antigo - Emissoras antigas - LINDO !!!! Para relembrar e arquivar

Pagina 14 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Vietnam: VOV strengthens cooperation with Myanmar broadcasters Japan: Toshi Ohtake: Request for your actions via Dario Monferin

Pagina 15 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Onda Livre Yimber Gaviria

ABAIXEI !!! HT DUAL BAND FT60 R SIC e a TVI interessadas em canais na TDT España: Madrid acogerá en 2013 la primera celebración mundial del día de la radio

Pagina 16 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Yimber Gaviria

Ganho excelente da plano terra VHF aeronáutica Argentina: Radio Sarmiento, informando desde hace 87 años

Pagina 17 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Rafael Rodriguez

VENDO / TROCO Lindo Radio PX Motorádio FA-M21 ( Fotos ) Guerra radial

Pagina 19 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Yimber Gaviria

Vendo ou troco COBRA 19 DX 3 Lindo Teo Veras: A la conquista de la Generación i

Pagina 20 Associação DX do Brasil Yimber Gaviria Horacio Nigro

Nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" do período de 01 a 30 de setembro de 2012 España: RTL lanzará en España el 17 de septiembre la emisora de radio Loca Fun Radio Gabriel I. Barrera

Pagina 21 Ruben Guillermo Margenet Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

Gabriel I. Barrera NWS186 Sun Sep 16, 2012

Pagina 27 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

AWR DX Contest results

Pagina 28 Tom Taylor

URGENT: EMR Internet stream changed

Pagina 29 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Mexico: Lista, novena Bienal Internacional de Radio Educación España: El Instituto RTVE recopila las transformaciones de la radio

Pagina 30 Djonas Bernard Onda Livre

Voz da Russia Vila de Rei: Rádio Condestável foi distinguida pela autarquia Asociación Diexman Uruguay

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Radio Habana Cuba

Día Mundial de la Paz

Pagina 31 Omar Somma Radio Gloria Horacio Nigro Onda Livre

La Rosa de Tokio ha recibido un importante premio Comunicado Hoy: 100 años del circuito regenerative (22SET) Estreia hoje nova rubrica de Markl na Comercial

Pagina 32 Yimber Gaviria

Chile: Radio Santiago se adhiere a la celebración del Día del Trabajador Radial

Pagina 33 Yimber Gaviria

Rumania: Concurso Por las salinas de Rumanía ((( Radio Rumania Internacional ))).

Pagina 34 Yimber Gaviria

España: Teide Radio cumple 20 años en antena

Pagina 35 Yimber Gaviria

Somaliland: RH Worldwide Transmission Updates

Pagina 36 Radio Fanuy

Uruguay - Imagen distorsionada

Pagina 37 Victoria Sepciu Joao Costa DXCB

Nuevo concurso RRI Azores Islands Hunt: um memorável acontecimento mundial

Pagina 38 Antonio Avelino da Silva

Primeiro Encontro de Dexistas de Pernambuco

Pagina 39 Ernesto Paulero

Escuchas y QSL´s

Pagina 40 Marcelo A. Cornachioni Anatoly Klepov

Escuchas Extracto del boletín RUS-DX # 680, 09 September 2012

Pagina 43 Roberto Pavanello

Escuchas y QSL

Pagina 44 Miguel Castellino Moises Knochen

Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 45 Álex Robert Jose Kucher

QSL´s Escuchas

Pagina 46 Anatoly Klepov

Extracto del boletín RUS-DX # 681, 16 September 2012

Pagina 49 Nino Marabello Escuchas Grupo Radioescucha Argentino Extracto del boletín 684 Edición 16 de Septiembre de 2012

Pagina 50 Rodolfo Tizzi Rafael Rodriguez

Escuchas Escuchas

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CONTENIDO Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS185 Sun Sep 9, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA – (317 891 8540)

Adventist World Radio NWS185.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS185 (ENGMI_WAVx_20120909) * Production Date Tuesday September 4, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday September 5, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday September 6, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday September 6, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday September 9, 2012 * Contents 1. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 2. Identification Signal 3. HFCC Paris: Interview Radio Netherlands 4. National Anthem 5. Philippine DX Report 6. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS185 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:15 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - Part 3 2. HFCC Paris: Interview Radio Netherlands 3. Philippine DX Report * The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - Part 3 - 00:47 On two previous occasions, we have investigated the origins of the mighty shortwave station operated by General Electric at South Schenectady, in New York state. In those two earlier editions of Wavescan, you heard the story of the early origins of this shortwave station, followed by its usage during the era of experimentation in the 1920s & 1930s. In our program today, you will hear the 3rd segment in the story of this shortwave station, the era when it was on the air as a relay station for the Voice of America.

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At the time when the experimental callsigns were regularized to standard broadcast callsigns in September 1939, GE General Electric operated just 3 shortwave transmitters that were in use for the broadcast of informational and entertainment radio programs. These transmitters were:W2XAD 25 kW which was redesignated as WGEA W2XAF 40 which was redesignated as WGEO New 100 for service as WGEA & WGEO In 1941, the 25 kW WGEA was upgraded to 50 kW; and likewise, two years later, the 40 kW WGEO was upgraded also to 50 kW. However, in a very interesting and unexpected move, the federal government bought the very new 100 kW transmitter in December 1941. This transmitter was on the air at South Schenectady for just 2½ years, and during this time, it was in service under five different callsigns. Initially, it took over some of the regular transmissions of W2XAD & W2XAF at various times of the day. Then after the regularization of experimental shortwave callsigns in September 1939, it was in use with the same programming, but now under the new callsigns WGEA or WGEO, depending on beam and frequency. However, at the time of the 1939 callsign change, this 100 kW transmitter was allocated its own specific callsign WGEU, though this was officially changed just one week later to the more familiar WGEO. From this time onwards, up until it was procured by the American government, the 100 kW GE transmitter was on the air as an augmentation of the regular GE services beamed to Europe & the Americas. This transmitter was subsequently transferred to the West Coast and installed at Islais Creek in San Francisco, California under the callsign KWID where it remained for a period of 13 years. In 1959, transmitter KWID was sold to the Far East Broadcasting Company and remodeled for installation on Okinawa as mediumwave KSBU. Then, when Okinawa reverted to Japanese sovereignty, the station was removed in 1977, and reusable parts were taken to Cheju Island in South Korea for use with their superpowered mediumwave station HLDA. Immediately following the removal of the original 100 kW transmitter at South Schenectady, the very old remodeled 50 kW standby unit was taken into regular service on a temporary basis. However, simultaneous to all of these developments, GE was constructing another 100 kW transmitter, and this was officially inaugurated on September 21, 1942. Soon after the outbreak of war in continental Europe, GE increased the output of programming beamed across the Atlantic. Much of their broadcast time was taken on relay from the NBC network, though GE did produce some of its own programming. Then, on November 1, 1942, the federal government took over all of the available shortwave stations still on the air in the United States. At that time, GE at South Schenectady was on the air with 3 active shortwave transmitters. These were:W2XAD-WGEA 50 kW W2XAF-WGEO 50 2nd high powered transmitter WGEA-WGEO 100 During the following year, an older 25 kW transmitter in the transmitter building at South Schenectady was rebuilt and taken into service as WGEX. Initially, this unit, which was inaugurated on July 15, 1943, was on the air on behalf of the Voice of America with news bulletins in Morse Code. However, beginning on April 3 of the following year, WGEX was in use also for the broadcast of voiced programming for the Voice of America. A whole bevy of callsigns, regular, new and short term, were in use to identify the Schenectady transmitters during the latter part of World War 2 and beyond. In addition to the regular calls, WGEA, WGEO & WGEX, the following supplementary callsigns were noted by international radio monitors in the United States and the South Pacific:WGEC 11847 kHz April & May 1943 WGED 9525 1948 Listed in WRHB WGER 15330 March 1943 WGES 11840 May 1944 And also the strange A 11845 May 1943, as heard in Australia with test broadcasts. In August 1950, the three regular shortwave transmitters at South Schenectady were redesignated with a new series of callsigns, and the 100 kW WGEO became WGEO1 50 WGEA WGEO2 25 WGEX WGEO3 Then 7 years later again, the use of the numeric designator was discontinued, and each of the shortwave transmitters at Schenectady identified on air simply as WGEO, regardless of which unit was active. General Electric Schenectady was a very reliable verifier of reception reports and throughout the years they issued untold thousands of QSL cards. Current research indicates that they issued anything up to 20,000 QSL cards in the familiar blue map series, in probably more than a dozen different printings. Then there were also some special printings of specific QSL cards, such as for example, the double sized folded card in Spanish and Portuguese for Latin

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America. In addition, multitudes of QSL cards were issued by VOA headquarters from February 1943 onwards for the relay of their programming over the WGEO transmitters. The end came in 1963. The old and tired shortwave transmitters at South Schenectady were switched off for the last time in 1963. The new large VOA station at Greenville North Carolina was now active, and these old and now unreliable GE units at South Schenectady were no longer needed. The transmitter building at South Schenectady was demolished, and the shortwave rhombic antenna system, all were dismantled a few years later. The only reminders of this historic and at one time very large shortwave station are a few unidentified pieces of debris. Nearby to what was this old shortwave location is the current transmitter and tower for mediumwave WGY; and the areas around this transmitter facility are either vacant or built up as a housing estate. * Program Announcement - 09:08 Allen Graham * Report from HFCC Paris - 10:00 Folk Song, Paris, instrumental & vocal Interview: Jeff White with Radio Netherlands, recent changes 70% budget cut Currently, 1 hour Spanish Bonaire to Cuba, Mexico & Venezuela, mornings Mon - Fri Bonaire closing Nov 12, Spanish will transfer to another station Three transmitters, 17 antennas Last broadcast Sat Oct 27 Currently relay VOA Vatican & NHK Madagascar, new company Currently, 3 ABB transmitters, smaller Siemens 50 kW AWR usage Relay NHK, VOA & others Folk Song, Paris, instrumental & vocal * Philippine DX Report - 23:09 Henry Umadhay * Music of the World - 27:12 Folk Song, Paris, instrumental & vocal * Closing Announcement - 27:25 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. The information you have been waiting for? The Results of our big 2012 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest. 2. Ancient DX Report: 1899 3. European Perspective 4. Bangladesh DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address: Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229 USA [email protected] Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:33 * Program Ends - 28:55 1. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 Summary: Shortwave Broadcast Transmitters ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Original GE 10 kW Transmitter: 2XI South Schenectady 1924 Jan 1 Taken into service as WGY relay 1924 Mid 10 kW transmitter removed, re-installed at RCA Tuckerton, Morse traffic 2. Transmitter GE 25 kW: W2XAD-WGEA South Schenectady 1924 W2XAD 25 kW GE transmitter installed and taken into service (spasmodic) 1926 Jul W2XAD regular program service began 1930s W2XAD regular channels usually 9550 15330 & 21500 kHz 1935 Feb New ID signal, lightning crash 1939 Aug 8 New callsign, W2XAD is now WGEA 1942 Nov 1 Taken over by government for OWI programming 1950 Aug New callsign WGEO2 1958 All Schenectady transmitters now just WGEO 1963 Retired from VOA service, replaced by Greenville NC 1960s Transmitter building demolished

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3. Transmitter GE 40 kW: W2XAF-WGEO South Schenectady 1924 W2XAF 40 kW GE transmitter installed and taken into service (spasmodic) 1925 Jun W2XAF began regular program service on 9530 kHz 1935 Feb New ID signal, lightning crash 1939 Aug 8 W2XAF is now WGEO 1942 Nov 1 Taken over by government for OWI programming 1963 Retired from VOA service, replaced by Greenville NC 1960s Transmitter building demolished 4. Transmitter GE 100 kW (1st): W2XAD/F-WGEA/O (WGEU-KWID-KSBU-HLDA) S. Schenectady 1937 Aug Construction began on new 100 kW for use as W2XAD & W2XAF 1939 Jul 26 1st known test broadcast from new 100 kW transmitter 1939 Sep 1 New callsign for 100 kW is WGEU 1939 Sep 8 Callsign change from WGEU to WGEO 1941 Dec Federal government bought 100 kW transmitter for installation in California 1942 May 4 1st test broadcast as KWID, Islais Creek, San Francisco 1959 Jul KWID taken to Okinawa and installed as KSBU on 850 kHz 1977 KSBU parts taken to Cheju Island, South Korea for use with HLDA 5. Transmitter GE 100 kW (2nd): WGEA-WGEO South Schenectady 1942 Sep 21 Special inauguration ceremony for 2nd 100 kW transmitter WGEA-WGEO 1942 Nov 1 Taken over by government for OWI programming 1950 Aug New callsign WGEO1 1963 Retired from VOA service, replaced by Greenville NC 1960s Transmitter building demolished 6. Rebuilt Transmitter GE 25 kW: WGEX (Old W2XO?) 1943 GE transmitter rebuilt, rated at 25 kW 1943 Jul 15 Rebuilt transmitter taken into regular service for VOA programming, Morse Code news 1944 Apr 3 WGEX began voice broadcasts, 3 rhombic antennas 1950 Aug New callsign WGEO3 1963 Retired from VOA service, replaced by Greenville NC 1960s Transmitter building demolished ============================================================================== 2. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 Monitoring Reports ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Callsign WGEA 25 kW, Schenectady 1939 Aug 8 W2XAD is now WGEA GE Circular 1939 Aug 28 New callsign effective last week W2XAD is WGEA Time 28-8-39 1 1939 Sep 1 New callsign is WGEA YB 84.2 B 1-9-39 80 166 1939 Sep New callsign W2XAD is now WGEA RN 11-39 40 1939 Sep New callsign W2XAD is now WGEA R&H 9-39 53 & 11-39 57, NNRC 15-9-39 7 1939 Sep WGEA low signal 15330 kHz Australia R&H 79.11 9-39 56 1939 Sep WGEA 9550 kHz & 15330 kHz Australia R&H 79.11 10-39 56 1939 Sep New callsign W2XAD is now WGEA Radex 10-39 21, IDXA-TGC 9-39 1939 Oct W2XAD is now WGEA 9550 15330 & 21500 kHz ISWC 101-39 9 1939 Oct 2 WGEA 9550 15330 21500 kHz, 20 - 25 kW GE Schedule 1939 Nov WGEA shown on 9550 15330 21500 kHz YB 84.2 RTVN 11-39 412 175 1940 Feb WGEA shown on 9550 15330 21500 kHz YB 84.2 RTVN 2-40 598 184 1940 Feb Photo WGEA & WGEO R&H 79.11 3-40 59 1940 Apr WGEA occasional frequency tests Sat afternoons R&H 79.11 5-40 61 1940 Sep WGEA 2 new channels 6190 & 21590 kHz R&H 79.11 10-40 56 1940 Sep 23 WGEA test broadcasts on 6190 kHz heard in Australia R&H 79.11 11-40 55 1940 Nov WGEA will add 21590 kHz R&H 89.11 12-40 57 1941 Jul 1 WGEA up to 50 kW ISWC 7-41 12 1942 Mar WGEA using 6190 kHz R&H 79.11 3-42 57 1942 Mar WGEA listed on 6190 9550 15330 21500 & 21590 kHz R&H 79.12 4-42 44 1942 Nov Taken over by gov for what became VOA Sidel 190 1943 May WGEA 7000 heard in NZ 42.80 m R&H 79.12 6-43 42 1943 Jun WGEA 7000 schedule shows to South America R&H 79.12 7-43 44

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194x 1946 Nov 1947 Nov 1947

Transmitters WGEX WGEO WGEA & WGY all in same building WGEA & WGEX both on 15330 kHz at same time WGEA listed on 21500 & 21590 kHz WGEA approved for 8 SW channels, 50 kW

7.001 R&H 79.13 12-46 71 R&H 79.13 12-47 86 Jeff

Callsign WGEO 40 kW, Schenectady 1939 Aug 8 W2XAF is now WGEO GE Circular 1939 Aug 28 New callsign effective last week W2XAF is WGEO Time 28-8-39 1 1939 Sep WGEO new call for W2XAF RN 11-39 40 1939 Sep 8 Callsign WGEU is changed to WGEO YB 84.2 B 15-9-39 58 167 1939 Sep 15 New callsign, W2XAF is now WGEO NNRC 15-9-39 7 1939 Sep New callsign W2XAF is now WGEO R&H 9-39 53, 11-39 57 1939 Sep WGEO low signal 9530 kHz Australia R&H 79.11 9-39 56 1939 Sep WGEO 9530 good signal Australia, evenings R&H 79.11 10-39 56 1939 Oct W2XAF 9530 is now WGEO ISWC 10-39 9 1939 Oct New callsign W2XAF is now WGEO Radex 10-39 21, IDXA-TGC 9-39 1939 Oct WGEO shown on 9530 kHz YB 84.2 RTVN 11-39 412 178 1939 Oct 2 WGEO 9530 kHz, 50 - 100 kW GE Schedule 1939 Nov WGEO now beamed afternoon to Europe & evening to Latin America RN 12-39 45 1940 Feb WGEO shown on 9530 kHz YB 84.2 RTVN 2-40 598 184 1940 Feb Photo WGEA & WGEO R&H 79.11 3-40 59 1940 Nov WGEO will add 15330 kHz & discard 21590 kHz R&H 79.11 12-40 57 1942 Mar WGEO listed on 6190 9530 & 15330 kHz R&H 79.12 4-42 44 1942 Nov Taken over by gov for what became VOA Sidel 190 1943 Apr WGEC Schenectady heard well in Australia on 11847 kHz R&H 79.12 5-43 44 1943 May Shown as WGEO on this channel R&H 79.12 6-43 44 1943 Jul 15 WGEO 25 kW rebuilt 194x Transmitters WGEX WGEO WGEA & WGY all in same building 7.001 Callsign WGED WGEU KWID KSBU HLDA (WGEA & WGEO) 1st 100 kW, Schenectady 1939 New 100 kW nearing completion R&H 89.11 8-39 54 1939 Jul 26 1st test broadcast, noted in USA 10 pm RN 10-39 44 1939 Sep 1 New callsign WGEU 100 kW South Schenectady YB 84.2 B 1-9-39 80 166 1939 Sep 8 New callsign is now WGEO B 15-9-39 58 1939 Oct New 100 kW expected on air during Oct RN 10-39 43 1939 Oct Good signal Australia, apparently new transmitter 9530 kHz R&H 89.11 11-39 55 1940 Feb New 100 kW WGEO on air soon ARW 77.8 1-3-40 29 1940 Feb Strongest American signal is WGEO 31.48 m (9530 kHz) R&H 79.11 3-40 54 1941 Aug WGEO new equipment up to 100 kW ISWC 7-41 12 1941 Dec Government bought 100 kW WGED, became KWID Sidel 187 WGEO remained on air with 50 kW standby transmitter 1942 Feb New California SW will be sited with KFSO R&H 79.11 3-42 54 1942 Mar New SW in California will be KWID R&H 79.12 4-42 54 1942 Jul WGEO returned to old frequency 9530 kHz R&H 79.12 8-42 47 1942 Aug 1 WGEO began 31.08 m (9650 kHz) R&H 79.12 9-42 46 1942 Nov Taken over by gov for what became VOA Sidel 190 1942 Installed at Hunter’s Point California as KWID TDP98 64 Callsign WGEA & WGEO 2nd 100 kW, Schenectady 1942 New 100 kW SW inaugurated 1942 Sep 21 Special inauguration ceremony for 2nd 100 kW transmitter 1942 Formal dedication of new 100 kW WGEO 1947 WGEO approved for 5 SW channels, 100 kW

Sidel 188 Sherwood Speech M-RG 9.616 Oct 10-16 13 Jeff

Callsign WGER Schenectady 1943 Mar New station reported from WA, 15330 kHz

R&H 79.12 4-43 44

Callsign WGES Schenectady 1944 May New call heard for WGEA, 11840 kHz

R&H 77.10 6-44 36

Callsign WGEC Schenectady 1943 Apr WGEC Schenectady heard well in Australia on 11847 kHz 1943 May Shown as WGEO on this channel

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Callsign WGEX Schenectady, 25 kW Morse Transmitter 84.157 1943 GE transmitter rebuilt, rated at 25 kW 1943 Jul 15 Rebuilt transmitter taken into regular service for VOA programming Usually with news broadcasts in Morse Code 194x Transmitters WGEX WGEO WGEA & WGY all in same building 7.001 1944 Apr 3 WGEX began voice broadcasts, 3 rhombic antennas 1944 Jul WGEX 11847 kHz heard well in Australia R&H 79.12 8-44 37 1944 Jul WGEX 11847 heard in NZ NZDXRA 1-8-44 6 1944 Sep WGEX 11847 kHz heard well in Australia R&H 79.12 10-44 37 1944 Oct WGEX 11847 kHz heard well in Australia R&H 79.12 11-44 35 & 37 1944 Nov WGEX 9550 & 11847 kHz R&H 79.12 12-44 37 1944 Dec WGEX 9550 & 11847 kHz R&H 79.13 1-45 37 1945 Jan WGEX now on 3 channels, 9550 11847 & 17880 kHz R&H 79.132-45 37 1947 Nov WGEX listed on 17880 kHz R&H 79.13 12-47 86 1947 WGEX listed at 25 kW Jeff 1949 Jan WGEX heard on 9560 kHz R&H 79.13 2-49 85 Callsign WGED 100 kW & then 50 kW, Schenectady 1938 Early New beam antenna installed for South America (W2XAF) Sidel 187 1941 Dec Government bought 100 kW WGED, became KWID Sidel 187 1948 WGED callsign listed on 9525 kHz WRHB Callsign A 1943 May

GE using call A on 25.33 m (11845 kHz)

ARW 77.8 6-43 22

VOA Usage 1938 Onwards, gradual increase in transmission hours & number of languages Sidel 188 1942 Nov Taken over by gov for what became VOA Sidel 190 1948 3 transmitters in use 1950 Aug New callsigns: WGEO 100 kW WGEO1, WGEA 50 kW WGEO2, WGEX 25 kW WGEO3 1954 3 transmitters in use, WGEO3 jointly owned by GE & gov 1958 Only 1 callsign WGEO WRTVHB 1963 Retired from VOA service, replaced by Greenville NC 1960s Transmitter building demolished 2012 SW transmitter building to the east of current WGY building Engineering ============================================================================== 3. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 World Radio (TV) Handbook Entries: GE Schenectady ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year 50 75 50 100 50 Information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1947 WGEA WGEO WGEX 14 SW channels 1948 WGEA WGED WGEO WGEX WGED 9525 kHz only 1949 WGEA WGEO WGEO WGEX 1950 WGEA WGEO WGEX 4 channels ============================================================================== 4. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 World Radio (TV) Handbook Entries: GE Schenectady ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year 100 50 25 Information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1951 WGEO1 WGEO2 WGEO3 1 River Road Schenectady 1952 WGEO1 WGEO2 WGEO3 1 River Road Schenectady 1953 WGEO1 WGEO2 WGEO3 1 River Road Schenectady 1954 WGEO1 WGEO2 WGEO3 1 River Road Schenectady 1955 WGEO1 WGEO2 WGEO3 1 River Road Schenectady 1956 WGEO1 WGEO2 WGEO3 1 River Road Schenectady 1957 WGEO1 WGEO2 WGEO3 1 River Road Schenectady 1958 WGEO WGEO WGEO 1959 WGEO WGEO WGEO 1960 WGEO WGEO WGEO 1961 WGEO WGEO WGEO 1962 WGEO WGEO WGEO

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1963 WGEO WGEO WGEO 1964 No listing Replaced by Greenville NC ============================================================================== 5. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 Callsign Changes ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Callsign WGEO1, 100 kW WGEO 1950 Aug New callsign, 9530 kHz & 15330 kHz R&H 79.14 9-50 90 1950 Nov UN relay on 9530 kHz & 15330 kHz R&H 79.14 12-50 91 1951 Jan WGEO 9530 & 15330 heard at good level in Australia R&H 789.14 2-51 85 Callsign WGEO2, 50 kW WGEA 1950 Aug New callsign, 11710 kHz & 21610 kHz 1950 Sep New channel 11830 kHz

R&H 79.14 9-50 90 R&H 79.14 10-50 91

Callsign WGEO3, 25 kW WGEX 1950 Aug New callsign, 17770 kHz 1950 Nov UN relay on 17760 kHz 1953 Oct AFRS relay on 11900 kHz

R&H 79.14 9-50 90 R&H 79.14 12-50 91 R&H 79.14 11-53 98

Collective Callsign WGEO 1956 Oct VOA programming on WGEO R&H 79.14 11-56 112 ============================================================================== 6. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 Known Callsign Usage ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------kW Year Date Information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Callsign A 1943 May Test broadcasts on 11845 kHz heard in Australia, callsign given as A Perhaps test broadcasts for (W2XO?)-WGEX? Callsign WGEA 25 1939 Aug 8 Call change from W2XAD 50 1941 Jul 1 Transmitter power increased to 50 kW 1943 Jul 15 Original 25 kW rebuilt, power now 50 kW 100 (1st)

1939 Sep 8 1941 Dec

100 (2nd)

1942 Sep 21 Special inauguration ceremony for 2nd 100 kW transmitter WGEA-WGEO

Callsign WGEC 1943 Apr Callsign WGED 100 (1st) 1941 Dec 50 1948 Callsign WGEO 40 1939 Aug 8 50 1939 Oct 2 100 (1st) 1939 Sep 8 1941 Dec 100 (2nd) 1942 Sep 21 Callsign WGER 1943 Mar Callsign WGES 1944 May Callsign WGEU

Used at times as replacement for 25/50 kW transmitter Federal government bought for installation in California, KWID

Noted in Australia on 11847 kHz (W2XO?) Apparently older transmitter activated for broadcast usage Federal government bought for installation in California, KWID Listed in WRTVHB with 50 kW on 9525 kHz Call change from W2XAF Transmitter power increased Used at times as replacement for 40 kW transmitter Federal government bought for installation in California as KWID Special inauguration ceremony for 2nd 100 kW transmitter WGEA-WGEO Noted in Australia s callsign on 15330 kHz New call noted in Australia on 11840 kHz

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1939 Sep 1 1939 Sep 8 Callsign WGEX 25 1943 Jul 15

New individual callsign for this unit WGEU Call changed to WGEO

Rebuilt GE transmitter rated at 25 kW 11847 kHz (W2XO?) Taken into VOA service, usually news in Morse Code 1944 Apr 3 Voice broadcasts began, VOA relay ============================================================================== 7. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 Known Frequency Usage ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date WGEA WGEU WGEO WGEX ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1939 Sep 1 9550 15330 21500 6190 9530 21590 9530 YB 84.2 BYB 166 1940 9550 15330 21500 15330 added 1940 6190 21590 Additional 1942 5 channels as above 9650 1943 Additional 7000 1944 9550 & 11847 1945 17880 added 1946 11810 15330 7000 9855 17880 1947 8 channels approved 5 channels approved 1949 9560 ============================================================================== 8. The Voice of American Relay Station at Schenectady in New York - 3 QSL Cards & Letters ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Microphone & Text QSL Card, B&W, thin paper with Embossing; 3,000 printed May 1931 1934 Jan 25 WGY R. J.Mullen USA (?) 1934 Mar 15 W2XAF E. P. Allen USA (?) Photo W2XAF & Text QSL Card, B&W 1935 May 8 W2XAF 9530 kHz

Jack Lynch

USA

World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black; 2,000 printed Sep 1925 1935 Sep 1 W2XAD 15330 C. O Gray 1935 Sep 1 W2XAF 9530 C. O. Gray 1936 Sep 21 W2XAF 9530 K. R. Peattee

England England USA (?)

World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black; 3,000 printed Nov 1936 1936 Nov 3 W2XAF 9530 kHz World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black; 2,000 printed Apr 1937 1937 May 3 W2XAD 15330 kHz F. Hughes World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black; 2,000 printed Aug 1937 1938 Jan 17 W2XAF 9530 R. L. Welty

USA

World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black; 1,000 printed Jan 1938 1938 Jan 30 W2XAD 15330 R. Welty

USA

World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black; 2,000 printed Feb 1938 1938 May 2 W2XAD 15330 C. D. Costopoulos

USA (?)

England

World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black; 1,000 printed Feb 1938 1939 Oct World Map QSL Card, Blue & Black 1940 Jan 10 WGEO 9530 1945 Jul 11 WGEO 15330

Joseph Lukas Hankins

USA (?) USA (?)

Double Globe QSL Card, Blue & Black; 2,000 printed Oct 1945

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1946 Feb 28

WGEO

15330

Ruth Karlsson

Double Globe QSL Card, Blue & Black; 1,000 printed Jun 1951 1953 Aug 4 WGEO1 9530 RL 1962 Feb 17 WGEO 17760 Lundin

Sweden

USA

VOA Star Map QSL Card, Blue & Red 1954 Dec 17 WGEO 9615

William J. Thomson New Zealand

Spanish/Portuguese Double QSL Card 1939 Jan 24 W2XAF 9530

Luis de Bettencourt

View Postcard, Full Color Linen Card; GE Building, with WGY Studio 1942 Jun 15 GE L. N. Yarling

Portugal

USA

Reported QSL Cards & Letters 1929 By this time, WGY SW had received thousands of letters from overseas Sidel 93 1931 Sep D. H. Vance W2FJ working at GE W2XAD W2XAF W2XO QSL Card 1938 Oct 8 W2XAD 15330 kHz, blue map card 193x W2XAD ODXA 7-06 12 1940 Jan Usual map cards from WGEA & WGEO R&H 789.11 2-40 54 1940 Sep 23 QSL card & letter WGEA 6190 kHz R&H 79.12 2-41 44 1942 Oct QSL letters WGEA & WGEO R&H 79.12 11-42 48 1944 Jan QSL letter from WGEO R&H 79.12 2-44 36 1944 May QSL card from WGEA R&H 79.12 6-44 36 1945 Jun QSL WGEA 9550 R&H 79.13 7-45 36 1946 Jan QSL WGEO & WGEA R&H 79.13 2-46 36 1946 Oct QSL WGEX 11810 kHz R&H 79.13 11-46 72 1947 Jun QSL WGEA 21590 & WGEX 17880 R&H 79.13 7-47 70 1948 WGEO QSL card 2 globes NZDXT 11-07 46 1953 Feb VOA now issuing new QSL card R&H 879.14 2-53 84

Jose Kucher Antiguo cartel de LU8 Radio Bariloche Este cartel supo estar en la entrada de LU8 Radio Bariloche, colgado de un pino, ahora esta en un local de comidas de la calle Mitre de Bariloche

Jose Kucher DRM em onda Media De MWDX All India Radio is commissioning its new 1000 kW MW transmitter at Rajkot (1071 kHz AM Mode, 1080 kHz DRM Mode) on 10th Sept 12 (ie tomorrow morning). The general translation of the official invitation is as follows; Director General, All India Radio invites you on the auspicious occasion of dedication to the nation of Super Power Transmitter, Liyara (Jamnagar) by Mr.Vikrambhai Arjanbhai Maadam, Member of Parliament in presence of Mr.Jawhar Sirkar, CEO, Broadcasting Corporation of India on 10th September 2012 at 11.00 am which will be held at AIR Super Power Transmitter campus.Tel: 0281-2458612 AIR - SPT, Liyara (Jamnagar)

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Yimber Gaviria Ecuador: Recuerdo sobre una radio Desde su fundación, el 1 de septiembre de 1941, la que fuera radio Cenit, era considerada la Voz de la Simpatía nacional. Su mentalizador y director fue Washington Delgado Cepeda, quien tuvo la cooperación de sus hermanos Julio César, Jorge, Hugo, Luis Fernando y de muchos amigos que prestaron su contingencia profesional. En corto lapso, la novel emisora fue ganando audiencia en la preferencia de sectores importantes. En su primer año de labores radiodifusora Cenit adecuó sus estudios en el piso superior del edificio de la avenida 9 de Octubre y Escobedo, frente a Diario EL UNIVERSO. Allí funcionó por muchos años con su variedad de programas informativos, musicales, deportivos, sociales y culturales. En esa época, todas las programaciones se hacían en vivo y se necesitaba mucho talento, esfuerzo y agilidad para mantener el interés de los oyentes mediante el radioteatro y los programas musicales con artistas que pasaron por su escenario como Leo Marini, Carlota Jaramillo, Los Panchos, las hermanas Mendoza Sangurima, las orquestas Blacio Jr., y Rumba Habana. Radio Cenit fue una de las pocas emisoras porteñas que concedieron espacios a las actividades culturales tales como de poetas, escritores y músicos de categoría. Además, hay que destacar que Washington Delgado Cepeda fue uno de los gestores y fundador de AER (Asociación Ecuatoriana de Radio y Televisión) y de AIR (Asociación Interamericana de Radio), estas dos instituciones se han convertido en defensoras de la democracia y la libertad de expresión y desempeñan un rol muy trascendente en los momentos actuales. La trayectoria de Washington Delgado Cepeda dejó huellas luminosas y ejemplares para las nuevas generaciones, su integridad profesional marcó toda una época del siglo pasado, y su nombre y sus realizaciones son aportes en la historia del periodismo nacional. Robespierre Rivas Ronquillo, Guayaquil FUENTE: http://www.eluniverso.com/2012/09/09/1/1366/recuerdo-sobre-radio.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radiocenitguayaquil.radiocenitguayaquil

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Vendo ou troco RECEPTOR AZ BOX EVO XL *Azbox Evo XL com USB* Vendo receptor FTA (Free-To-Air) Azbox modelo Evo XL, com cerca de 5 meses de uso em excelente estado. Não curto muito TV , e não tenho interesse em me embrenhar no mundo dos decoderes para satélites . Segue fotos do produto captadas via internet , o meu receptor esta novinho e ja atualizado para os 350 canais em FTA *Acompanha Produto: Controle Remoto; Cabo de Áudio Vídeo Valor do produto = R$150,00 Valor para troca = R$150,00 Aceito contra proposta TENHO TAMBEM DUAS ANTENAS PARBOLICAS , OFF SET KU E TELADA DE 1;70m; *Algumas observações:* 1. Não faço qualquer tipo de instalação, pois não tenho muito domínio nessa área . 2. Aceito trocas por algo do meu interesse , radiocomunicação , informatica wireless e outros . 3. Pagamento somente via depósito bancário em até 5 dias úteis. Após o depósito, o envio será feito imediatamente. 4. Por favor, tire todas as suas dúvidas antes de comprar 5. Frente por conta do comprador. Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID - Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática – Eletrônica. www.logicamax.com.br OI : ( 33 ) 8877-8001 TIM : ( 33 ) 9116-8001

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Rádio antigo - Emissoras antigas - LINDO !!!! Para relembrar e arquivar Amigos , radioamadores , radioescutas e aficionados , boa noite a todos !. Saudações , saúde e paz a todos . Recebi essa beldade de power point , e faço questão de repassar a todos vocês , que são apaixonados por rádios e coisas antigas como eu . Me emocionei ao ver a tela dos saudosos Bosch San Francisco e os toca fitas " TKR " da época . muito lindo . Esse arquivo que envio é para ser guardado e arquivado , pois , alem de muito bem elaborado é uma relíquia que não se acha mais . Curtem os bons tempos do nosso rádio Brasileiro . Tempos esses que foram substituidos pelas músicas descartáveis que somos obrigados a nos conviver com elas diariamente .

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Yimber Gaviria Vietnam: VOV strengthens cooperation with Myanmar broadcasters At a reception on September 5, VOV Director General Vu Hai highlighted the results of bilateral cooperation in implementing projects within the framework of the ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information (ASEAN-COCI). Hai said VOV has attached importance to strengthening cooperation with press agencies in Southeast Asia, including Myanmar. It has cooperated with 60 broadcasting organizations and press agencies over the world. Soe Myint, head of the Myanmar delegation, expressed his wish to enhance cooperation with VOV in the field of radio and television broadcasting. Since the signing of the cooperation agreement in March 1998, both sides have organized many exchange programs for both managers and journalists. SOURCE: http://english.vovnews.vn/Home/VOV-strengthens-cooperation-with-Myanmar-broadcasters/20129/141761.vov

Yimber Gaviria Japan: Toshi Ohtake: Request for your actions via Dario Monferin QSL Card cortesy from Prithwiraj Purkayastha, India Dear Radio Friends, Today I am asking your actions regarding our club's 60th anniversary. As I mentined in our bulletin, our anniversary programs have been aired from some radio stations in the world. My interview was aired from KBS World, CRI Peking, Voice of Russia Moscow and IRIB, Teheran. All of these were in Japanese. Some of you may remember, I was regularly on the air from Radio Japan a couple of years ago. Now they have a program called "Fiends around the World" every Sunday. NHK home page says Friends Around the World is a program that is designed to connect more of Radio Japan listeners around the world. We read your e-mails and letters, have interviews, and cover other interesting topics based on your requests. So what are you waiting for? Your messages, comments, questions and even song requests are always welcome ! Please click on Contact Us at the bottom of the page and send us a message. You can listen to the program from NHK Web site at http://www3. nhk.or.jp/ nhkworld/ english/radio/ program/index. html Please listen to the program and write to Radio Japan and ask about Japan Short Wave Club which is celebrating 60th anniversary, amazing record for the radio hobbiests. Hope NHK responds your request and may remember me and ask me to show up as a quest. You can also listen by radio at 0500 UTC on 6110(Canada) , 5975UK, 11970(France) at 1000 UTC on 9695 SNG, 9625 Yamata, at 1200 UTC on 9695 SNG, 6120 Canada, at 1300 UTC on 15735 UZB, at 1400 UTC on 15735 UZB at 1800 UTC on 15720 MDG You may tune next Sunday. https://www. nhk.or.jp/ nhkworld/ english/contact/ index.html Hope your actions will work. If a special interview is materialized, I will issue the special 60th anniversary QSL to the reports received at JSWC. Toshi Ohtake, JSWC. SOURCE: Playdx 2003 Resumen 3767 (Dario Monferini, DX Editor)

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Mauricio Pimenta Cunha ABAIXEI !!! HT DUAL BAND FT60 R Ola amigos, boa tarde a todos . Agora é para vender rápido, HT DUAL BAND FT60R , apenas 270,00 !!! A bateria segura carga apenas na recepção , se quiser para TX tem que trocar a bateria que custa 100,00 com frete aqui na net . Radio em perfeito funcionamento . Segue fotos reais do equipamento . Interesso em trocas . Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID - Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática – Eletrônica. www.logicamax.com.br OI : ( 33 ) 8877-8001 TIM : ( 33 ) 9116-8001

Onda Livre SIC e a TVI interessadas em canais na TDT Jornalistas da rádio pública querem que nova administração garanta 'missão' de serviço público • SIC e a TVI interessadas em canais na TDT pode ler estas notícias na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio - www.ondalivre.com

Yimber Gaviria España: Madrid acogerá en 2013 la primera celebración mundial del día de la radio MADRID, 11 (SERVIMEDIA) Madrid será anfitriona el 13 de febrero de 2013 de la primera celebración internacional del Día Mundial de la Radio, jornada proclamada por la Unesco a propuesta de la Academia Española de la Radio. Lo acordó este martes el Comité Internacional del Día Mundial de la Radio, integrado por representantes de las principales organizaciones radiofónicas de todo el planeta, que hoy se reunió en Madrid para dar un impulso a las celebraciones de la jornada internacional. Según informó a Servimedia tras el encuentro el presidente de la Asociación Europea de Radios y de la Asociación Española de Radio Comercial (AERC), Alfonso Ruiz de Assín, se ha decidido que la capital española acoja el acto público central de celebración del día mundial, cuyos detalles se concretarán en una próxima reunión en Nueva York, con motivo de la asamblea general de la ONU. La Academia Española de la Radio propuso inicialmente que el Día Mundial de la Radio se celebrara cada 30 de octubre, por ser esa fecha el día de emisión en 1938 del mítico espacio La guerra de los Mundos, de Orson Welles. Sin embargo, la Unesco se decantó por el 13 de febrero, día del nacimiento de la radio de Naciones Unidas en 1946. Según Ruiz de Assin, la radio es el medio vertebrador entre continentes por antonomasia, y merece una jornada en su honor. La Unesco calcula que la radio es capaz de llegar a más de un 95 por ciento del planeta de prácticamente cualquier segmento de la población, y si se toman en cuenta los satélites este porcentaje aumenta hasta cubrir prácticamente el mundo entero. Según estadísticas recientes sobre la proporción de hogares con radio, en la mayoría de los países en vías de desarrollo, más del 75 % de los hogares posee un receptor. (SERVIMEDIA) - 11-SEP-12 - JRN FUENTE: http://ecodiario.eleconomista.es/sociedad/noticias/4239775/09/12/Madrid-acogera-en-2013-la-primeracelebracion-mundial-del-dia-de-la-radio.html

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Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Ganho excelente da plano terra VHF aeronáutica Olá Senhores , boa tarde ! Ainda no assunto do meu projeto da antena plano terra VHF AM para faixa aeronáutica , reporto a vocês que meu relatório final é que essa antenna esta mais que APROVADA. Fora constatado em testes aqui na minha estação que esse projeto com ela toda em cima do mastro , é bem melhor em ganho e diretividade em relação a posição de Vertipolo convencional . Moro a 4 KM do aeroporto e com essa minha antena nessa posição toda em pé em cima do mastro eu escuto as aeronaves no solo do aeródromo iniciando taxiamento , já com a outra na posição convencional com o terra na lateral do mastro eu ja nao escuto . Lembrando também aos senhores que a recepção das aeronaves em voos de coordenação , Centro Brasília, Centro Recife , melhorou consideravelmente . Fica aqui então para quem quer montar uma excelente estação VHF AM aeronáutica . Minha estação esta composta destes seguintes itens . - RADIO TRANSCEPTOR HT NARCO 830 - TX /RX 118 A 136 MHZ - ANTENA VERTIPOLO 1/4 ONDA POSIÇÃO RETA EM CIMA DO MASTRO - CABO COAXIAL DE 75 OHMS BRANCO TIPO PARA ANTENAS PARABÓLICAS - FONTE CHAVEADA 30 A - ROE DE 1.1 EM 123.450 mhz Segue fotos da antena e do esboço . Lembrando que amanha colocarei nela um tubo de pvc branco inteiriço para evitar intepéries . Envio fotos . Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID - Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática – Eletrônica. www.logicamax.com.br OI : ( 33 ) 8877-8001 TIM : ( 33 ) 9116-8001

Yimber Gaviria Argentina: Radio Sarmiento, informando desde hace 87 años Con un programa especial desde la Peatonal, ubicada frente a la Casa Natal de Sarmiento, los periodistas de la emisora celebraron el aniversario. Pasaron para felicitar el cumpleaños funcionarios y oyentes.

MARTES, 11 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2012 Radio Sarmiento festeja su cumpleaños número 87. Y para celebrar, los periodistas de la emisora se trasladaron a la Peatonal, ubicada frente a la Casa Natal de Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. Desde allí realizaron el programa aniversario. Pasaron por la Peatonal distintos locutores que animaron las mañanas y las tardes en la tradicional emisora sanjuanina. Además, compartieron con los oyentes y quienes pasaron por allí una torta gigante. Durante la mañana se acercaron diversos funcionarios y personajes de la cultura sanjuanina a felicitar al equipo, comandado por Luis Emilio Ventura. “Jorge por la mañana” es el programa que actualmente se emite en las mañanas de Sarmiento. Jorge Olivero junto a un numeroso equipo periodístico se encarga de animar a los fieles oyentes desde bien temprano. En 1925 nació Radio Sarmiento bajo un nombre diferente: “Radio González”. En 1962, gracias a una sugerencia de Juan León Roldán Moreno, se cambió el nombre de la radio. Apenas se produjo la modificación, colocaron en la puerta de la emisora un busto en honor al prócer máximo de los sanjuaninos. En 1983 se privatizó la radio y pasó a ser propiedad de la sociedad Albaladejo-Tabani-Ventura. Once años después cambia de dueños. El grupo conformado por Laura Adamoli (viuda de Leopoldo Bravo), Valeria Di Césare y Emilio Ventura pasan a comandar el destino de la radio. Fuente: http://www.tiempodesanjuan.com/notas/2012/9/11/radio-sarmiento-informando-desde-hace-anos-17250.asp Sitio web: http://www.lv5sarmiento.com.ar/

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Mauricio Pimenta Cunha VENDO / TROCO Lindo Radio PX Motorádio FA-M21 ( Fotos ) Ola amigos, boa noite a todos . Tenho aqui para venda ou troca em algo do meu interesse , um lindo radio PX de coleção , Motoradio FA-M21 , o saudoso Motoradio que marcou épocas e pessoas . So estou vendendo porque nao tenho mais antena de PX e nao estou operando mais em 11 metros . Radio super conservado , radio para quem curte rádios de época e gosta de coisa boa . Mínimo detalhe no design do PTT , ( vide fotos ) em que nada o desabone Confram as fotos , o preço do rádio é 150,00 . Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID - Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática – Eletrônica. www.logicamax.com.br OI : ( 33 ) 8877-8001 TIM : ( 33 ) 9116-8001

Rafael Rodriguez Guerra radial Interesante articulo publicado en el revista económica Dinero http://www.dinero.com/edicion-impresa/negocios/articulo/guerra-radial/159597 El negocio de la radio es otra vez campo de batalla para los grandes grupos económicos de Colombia. Atraídos por un volumen de ventas que supera los US$300 millones anuales y una audiencia de 13,7 millones de consumidores, que además viene en constante crecimiento, los cacaos más poderosos del país y la región se baten en una puja por controlar los dos ingredientes de la fórmula del éxito empresarial en la radio: allí gana el que tiene las mejores frecuencias radiales, para llegar a más oyentes; y el que logra reunir el mejor equipo de talentos y voces reconocidas, para seducirlos. El Grupo Santo Domingo ha emprendido una agresiva estrategia para volver a la radio. Hace unos meses intentó recomprar Caracol Radio, empresa que ellos mismos habían vendido al Grupo Prisa en 2004. Sin embargo, la oferta no les sonó a los españoles, quienes plantearon que solo estarían dispuestos a vender si se diera una oferta por un gran paquete, incluyendo sus cadenas en otros países de la región. Para Alejandro Santo Domingo no fue atractiva esa propuesta, pues su objetivo es aprovechar las sinergias y economías de alcance que puede lograr su conglomerado de medios en Colombia, el cual incluye a Caracol Televisión y el diario El Espectador. Por este motivo, buscó otro camino y llegó a un arreglo con la familia Páez Espitia, propietaria de la cadena Melodía, para el arrendamiento de sus frecuencias. Así nació Blu Radio, que emite desde la semana pasada en el edificio de Caracol Televisión en Bogotá y busca atraer oyentes de alto poder adquisitivo, estratos 4, 5 y 6. Esta jugada de Santo Domingo es tan solo uno entre los muchos movimientos estratégicos de grandes empresas que están recomponiendo el negocio de la radio en Colombia, donde RCN, por ejemplo, también está fortaleciendo sus posiciones. El proceso involucra inversiones millonarias que buscan redefinir el mapa empresarial en el medio de comunicación más rentable del país. Pesos pesados Los Santo Domingo entran al negocio para aprovechar las economías de escala. Cito un ejemplo: Caracol Televisión manda un equipo periodístico para cubrir el conflicto en Cauca, pero solo hay espacio para 30 segundos en el canal. Lo que hacemos con la emisora es aprovechar material que no fue rodado, pero que es igual de importante. De eso se trata”, explica a Dinero Carlos Arturo Gallego, vicepresidente de radio de Caracol Televisión. El Grupo Santo Domingo no es el único que ve una oportunidad en esta industria. La Organización Ardila Lülle, propietaria de 130 emisoras a través de RCN radio, cerró hace pocas semanas sus negociaciones con la familia Pava Camelo para arrendar 15 frecuencias de la Cadena Super. El acuerdo permitirá una ampliación de la cobertura de RCN. Para Blu y RCN el objetivo es el mismo: quitarle participación a Caracol Radio, la empresa líder, de propiedad del Grupo Prisa, que tiene 38,7% de la audiencia. “Seguramente nos van a quitar algo, estamos haciendo todo para que sea lo menos posible”, anticipa Ricardo Alarcón, presidente de Caracol Radio, quien dará la pelea para mantener el estatus de “joya de la corona” que tiene la empresa. De hecho, no solamente los Santo Domingo han estado interesados en adquirirla. También hubo una oferta de parte de algunos socios de Pacific Rubiales, pero el negocio no se dio. Ahora, se rumora que el hombre más rico del mundo, el mexicano Carlos Slim, estaría tras la cadena. La eventual venta de Caracol Radio es una posibilidad que sigue abierta. El Grupo Prisa reporta pérdidas multimillonarias como consecuencia de sus deudas y la caída estrepitosa en la bolsa madrileña en este año. Sin duda, la venta de la cadena radial en Colombia aportaría nuevo oxígeno a la deteriorada caja del grupo español. Un negocio muy atractivo

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La pauta publicitaria en radio muestra una notable tendencia de crecimiento. En 2010, el Mundial de Fútbol y las elecciones presidenciales crearon las condiciones para un crecimiento espectacular. El año 2011 fue todavía mejor. La pauta superó todas las expectativas y la rentabilidad de las emisoras de radio es hoy la envida de otros medios de comunicación. De hecho, Caracol Radio fue la empresa de medios más rentable del país en 2011, medida con el indicador de Ebitda sobre ingresos. Durante este año el crecimiento se ha reducido un poco, pero aún es saludable. “Algunos anunciantes han enfriado en algo su inversión en publicidad y eso se siente. La buena noticia es que han llegado empresas nuevas, y la pauta de Pacific Rubiales y la de muchas empresas medianas y pequeñas ha nivelado el asunto. El lanzamiento de Corpbanca también fue una campaña interesante”, menciona Ricardo Alarcón. Como vehículo publicitario, la radio es particularmente atractiva, pues es una solución eficaz para empresas de todos los tamaños. En cuanto a los mayores anunciantes, las empresas que más dinero invirtieron en pauta radial durante 2011 fueron Claro, Postobón, Águila Roja, Bancolombia, Movistar, Banco Popular, FNA, GM Colmotores, Bavaria, Davivienda, Avianca, Servientrega, Tigo, Sofasa y Coordinadora Mercantil. Otros sectores como laboratorios, farmacéuticas y centros médicos también tienen una fuerte presencia en el dial. Otros factores han favorecido el crecimiento del medio. La venta de aparatos de radio se viene incrementando desde el año 2003 de manera sostenida. “El precio de este tipo de equipos incluso ha bajado. Hoy es mucho más fácil para cualquier colombiano tener un equipo de sonido o radio”, dice Camilo Herrera, presidente de Raddar. Por lo demás, la evolución de la tecnología también favorece el desarrollo del negocio de las cadenas radiales. “13,9% de las personas que escuchan radio lo hacen a través de teléfonos inteligentes, tablets o conectados a la red en el PC y la cifra va en aumento”, afirma un experto de nuevos medios de RCN radio. Talento:¿Quién da más? Aparte de la competencia por el acceso a las frecuencias, también está ocurriendo una acelerada lucha por el talento. El consumidor de radio se acostumbra a las voces y los estilos de sus comentaristas favoritos y se vuelve leal a ellos, a través del tiempo y la distancia. Por este motivo, el reacomodo de la industria viene de la mano de la contratación de figuras reconocidas, que pasan de una cadena a otra. En RCN radio ya comenzó el remezón. Francisco Santos salió de la dirección de noticias de la emisora básica y llegaría en su reemplazo Paulo Laserna. Por otro lado, se da por sentado el retorno del humorista Guillermo Díaz Salamanca, tras una complicada y costosa negociación. Estos movimientos, al cierre de esta edición, aún no se habían confirmado. El presidente de RCN radio, Fernando Molina Soto, prefirió no revelar a Dinero mayores detalles del revolcón en la cadena. Solamente anticipó que en los próximos tres meses estará montada una nueva parrilla, con la que busca competir de frente con Caracol. Entre tanto, el líder, Caracol Radio, mantiene su estrategia. “Queremos seguir siendo la mejor opción para los oyentes, entregando información que toque su bolsillo o sus intereses”, dice Alarcón. Este afán de Prisa por mantener la audiencia logró convertir en ejes de su estrategia publicitaria a Darío Arizmendi –Caracol Básica– y Julio Sánchez Cristo –W Radio– quienes, aunque son de la misma casa compiten ferozmente por los radioescuchas. Arizmendi reforzó su equipo con la vinculación a la mesa de trabajo de Fernando Quijano, director del diario La República, quien aseguró que con esta alianza se configura un gana-gana para los dos medios. “No descarto que se puedan hacer más cosas adelante”, comenta Quijano. La fijación con las voces conocidas es particularmente importante en este momento de expansión. Fenómenos radiales como Darío Arizmendi y Julio Sánchez Cristo han llevado a que la gente de las regiones se interese más por los asuntos nacionales. “La gente de las ciudades intermedias se volvió aspiracional y quiere escuchar no solo lo que pasa en su región, sino en el país y el mundo. Ese es un fenómeno que está cambiando el mapa radial en Colombia”, agrega Quijano. De la misma manera, se están valorizando los talentos locales que han demostrado su capacidad para desarrollar audiencias en las regiones. Jorge Cura, por ejemplo, es un periodista chileno que llegó al país durante la dictadura de Augusto Pinochet. Luego de estudiar periodismo en Barranquilla y trabajar en varias emisoras, se convirtió en un verdadero fenómeno radial en la Región Caribe. Hoy dirige la Emisora del Atlántico, adscrita a Olímpica Stereo, y es el rey de audiencias en esa zona del país. “Ojalá lo pudiera traer a Caracol, pues lidera una de las emisoras más rentables del país”, confesó a Dinero Ricardo Alarcón, de Caracol Radio. Otro fenómeno radial es William Vinasco Ch., quien con su cadena Candela se ha convertido en uno de los principales jugadores del mercado, con ventas que el año pasado llegaron a $22.458 millones y unas utilidades que crecieron 13,9%. El negocio de la radio pasa por un momento de inflexión. De hecho, un conocedor del medio como Juan Gossaín habla de una “nueva era radial en Colombia”, estimulada por un creciente interés empresarial en el sector y una clase media emergente que creció al lado de un transistor. La clave de éxito estará en el contenido y en la innovación periodística, dos frentes en los cuales hay amplio espacio para la renovación en este.

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Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Vendo ou troco COBRA 19 DX 3 Lindo Ola amigos , boa noite . Tenho para troca esse lindo radio PX 40 Canais COBRA 19 DX 3 . Envio fotos aos interessados . Interesso em trocas . Segue foto do modelo . Valor para venda a vista = 100,00 Valor para troca = 130,00 Atenciosamente, Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID - Radiocomunicação - Radiomonitoramento - Informática – Eletrônica. www.logicamax.com.br OI : ( 33 ) 8877-8001 TIM : ( 33 ) 9116-8001

Yimber Gaviria Teo Veras: A la conquista de la Generación i 13 de septiembre 2012 República Dominicana apuesta por el auge de las redes sociales desde la plataforma de las telecomunicaciones. Pero, los medios de comunicación ¿están preparados para el cambio? Por el destacado desarrollo tecnológico en esa esfera, los dominicanos han gozado de un sitial privilegiado entre aficionados, entusiastas y profesionales de los medios en todas las épocas. De hecho, ese país caribeño ha manteniendo durante años la primacía en muchas esferas de las telecomunicaciones, situación que les proporcionó suficiente información para reseñar y destacar sistemas, de los que en ocasiones fueron pioneros. Pero, ¿mantendrá esa primacía regional con la aplicación de las nuevas tecnologías y el desarrollo de las redes sociales? Nuevas tácticas y estrategias El autor del libro “Las telecomunicaciones en las Américas y República Dominicana. Origen y desarrollo”, el periodista Teo Veras, reconoce que “si queremos sobrevivir en este nuevo mundo, constantemente necesitaremos realzar la capacidad de manejar los cambios. Tener acceso a la situación actual, entender las opciones, explorar las alternativas, y estar preparados para cambiar tácticas y estrategias”. Para el reconocido comunicador dominicano, que se confiesa ‘consumidor’ de las nuevas tecnologías y sus aplicaciones en los medios de comunicación, la radio continuará siendo el medio electrónico más usado por la masificación, ‘portatibilidad’ y flexibilidad que ofrece (ya que utiliza solo un sentido: el oído) y por los conceptos de compañera e informativa, seguido del Internet y la televisión”. Radio en la web En el caso específico de la radio, reconoce que desde la mitad de los años 90 comenzó a ganar auge el formato de transmisión por Internet “desafiando la creatividad de los radiodifusores y proporcionando otra perspectiva empresarial a esta industria”. De hecho, su programa “talk show” El Matutino con Teo Veras, en la 91.3 de la FM, se escucha en la red desde hace varios años. Facebook y Twiiter son plataformas aliadas en cada emisión mañanera. Y es que, como asegura el especialista, la radio en Internet no necesita permisos especiales, hasta ahora no está regulada y cualquier persona con los recursos puede instalarla. “Esto _señala_ nos indica que ya este servicio de “radiodifusión” a través de la red mundial, puede ser operado por nuevos inversionistas y promotores, no precisamente radiodifusores tradicionales o allegados a la industria”. Las nuevas estrategias en la red se han enfocado desde el final del siglo XX hacia la conquista del público joven. “A esta nueva generación se le conoce como: La Generación i. En pocas palabras _ apuesta_, éstos serán los potenciales trabajadores y consumidores de los próximos años. FUENTE: http://www.rnw.nl/espanol/article/teo-veras-a-la-conquista-de-la-generaci%C3%B3n-i

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Associação DX do Brasil Nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" do período de 01 a 30 de setembro de 2012 Já está a disposição a nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" referente ao período de 01 a 30 de setembro de 2012. Confira em www.adxb.com.br/exclusivo/lance.htm

Yimber Gaviria España: RTL lanzará en España el 17 de septiembre la emisora de radio Loca Fun Radio El grupo de medios de comunicación RTL lanzará el próximo 17 de septiembre, en colaboración con Loca FM, la emisora de radio Loca Fun Radio, emisora de música especialziada en Dancefloor que contará con la música de artistas como Lady Gaga, Rihanna, David Guetta, Akon, Avicii y Black Eyed Peas, según ha informado el grupo. MADRID, 14 (EUROPA PRESS) El grupo de medios de comunicación RTL lanzará el próximo 17 de septiembre, en colaboración con Loca FM, la emisora de radio Loca Fun Radio, emisora de música especialziada en Dancefloor que contará con la música de artistas como Lady Gaga, Rihanna, David Guetta, Akon, Avicii y Black Eyed Peas, según ha informado el grupo. La nueva emisora española, que se unirá al portfolio de 33 emisoras de radio y 40 cadenas de televisión con el que cuenta el grupo RTL, sigue la estala de la emisora europea Fun Radio, del mismo grupo, que cuenta con más de 6 millones de oyentes diarios. "Esperamos en los próximos tres años estar en el 'top' de las radios españolas. Para nosotros España es una plaza estratégica en nuestra política de expansión hacia el mundo hispanohablante", ha comentado Jérôme Fouqueray, director general de Fun Radio y RTL2. FUENTE: http://ecodiario.eleconomista.es/sociedad/noticias/4248240/09/12/RTL-lanzara-en-Espana-el-proximo-17-deseptiembre-la-emisora-de-radio-Loca-Fun-Radio.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LocaFunRadio

Horacio Nigro Gabriel I. Barrera RGM y yo sabemos que su madre Zorita Gallardo Gallardo, había preguntado en mi blog, como comentario al post "Diexistas Latinoamericanos": Así escribió el 20 de agosto pasado:

"Radio La Galena del Sur: Me emociona profundamente sus palabras. Si se puede, quisiera saber si rendirán algún homenaje al cumplirse los dos años de su ausencia, de haberlo sería bueno poderlo escuchar por estas páginas de internet. Les agradece, Zorita."

Le respondí al momento: La Galena del Sur dijo: agosto 20, 2012 a las 18:32 (Editar) Zorita, ésta no es el blog de una radioemisora, sólo de un aficionado -como lo fue Gabriel Iván- y no sé si hay algo programado en cuanto a un homenaje. Si recibo alguna información en los círculos que frecuento, especialmente de Argentina, le comunicaré. Gracias por su interés… Horacio Nigro, “La Galena del Sur”, Montevideo, Uruguay. Arnaldo, si me pasas el enlace del programa de hoy, se lo comunican a ella: su email: zlgallardo(arroba)yahoo.com 73. Horacio Nigro – Montevideo - Uruguay

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Ruben Guillermo Margenet Gabriel I. Barrera En homenaje a este entrañable amigo, adjunto una foto tomada en el inolvidable festejo de sus 50 años. Gabriel Iván Barrera junto a su madre Zorita Gallardo.

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS186 Sun Sep 16, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA – (317 891 8540)

Adventist World Radio NWS186.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS186 (ENGMI_WAVx_20120916) * Production Date Tuesday September 11, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday September 12, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday September 13, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday September 13, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday September 16, 2012 * Contents 1. Results: AWR 2102 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest 2. HFCC Paris: Radio Netherlands Interview 3. Ancient DX Report 1899 4. National Anthem 5. Bangladesh DX Report 6. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR

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* Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan =======================================================================

Wavescan NWS186 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:15 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. Results: AWR 2102 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest 2. HFCC Paris: Radio Netherlands Interview 3. Ancient DX Report 1899 4. Bangladesh DX Report * Results: AWR 2102 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest - 01:01 This is what you have been waiting for, the results of our big AWR 2012 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest. Here are the details. You will remember that you were invited to participate in 5 different areas:A. Listen to as many shortwave locations in use by Adventist World Radio as possible during the month 2012.

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B. Prepare just one reception report for any AWR transmission from each AWR transmitter site in any that you were able to log during the month of July 2012.

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C. Provide a photocopy of a QSL that you already hold in your collection from any of the AWR shortwave stations that you have heard, during the past five years only. D. Submit three radio cards for the Indianapolis Heritage Collection. E. Post your entry with all items to Adventist World Radio in Indianapolis. We are very grateful for the large number of entries that were submitted for this year’s 2012 contest, and the awards for this year are similar as in all previous contests. All entries from all countries were sorted into continental areas, and from each continental area, the top list of entries were chosen. Here is the list of Continental Winners:South America Pedro Salamanca Zipaquira Colombia Europe E. J. Zylstra Welsum Holland North America Ken Godfrey Beaumont CA USA Asia Tony Ashar Depok Indonesia South Pacific Bruce White Karoonda SA Australia As is usual each year, there were many outstanding entries for the contest this year, and from these we have chosen the following for the Award of Merit:Jonathan Short Changshu China William Patalon Fallston MD USA Prithwiraj Purkayastha Jorhat India Gunter Jacob Passau Germany Jai Sakthivel Tirunelveli India Motokazu Katoh Niihama Japan Joaquin Ruiz Badia Spain And now, the name of the World Winner in the AWR 2012 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest! Such a delightful entry, with all of the various aspects of the contest assembled and presented in compendium style with a pretty folkloric cover. The International Radio Monitor whose entry is awarded top honors in this year’s contest is:Julio Rolando Pineda Cordon Guatemala City Guatemala Central America In due course, Julio will receive a copy of one of the Jerry Berg radio history books. The Continental Winners will receive a copy of the World Radio TV Handbook for 2013 early in the New Year. Those participants who have earned the Award of Merit will also receive their award in due course.

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All AWR reception reports will be verified with specially endorsed AWR QSL cards. Please remember that it will take a period of many months, well into the new year 2013, to process all of the contest entries and the multi-hundreds of reception reports currently on hand in Indianapolis. Once again, we would like to thank all of those International Radio Monitors who submitted entries for the 2012 AWR annual DX contest. Our contest for next year will be presented under the title, “Focus on Africa”. You can expect details about the 2013 contest early next year. * HFCC Paris - 05:24 Radio Netherlands Interview: Radio Netherlands Madagascar relay station, private enterprise Shortwave transmissions to Africa * Program Announcement - 10:15 Allen Graham * Ancient DX Report 1899 - 11:06 The year 1899 saw a veritable explosion in the broadcast of wireless transmissions, almost on a worldwide basis. Many of these transmissions conveyed genuine information in Morse Code, and even though many other transmissions were experimental in nature, yet they conveyed purposeful information in Morse Code also. During that year, 1899, the 25 year old inventor of wireless fame, Guglielmo Marconi, established 3 more wireless stations in Europe that were looked upon as permanent; Chelmsford & Dovercourt in England and Wimereux in France; and he also participated in many seagoing trials, off the coast of Europe and off the coast of the United States. In addition, he stated that there were 20 sets of wireless equipment manufactured by his wireless factory in Chelmsford that were in use throughout Italy. To his credit, wireless was used in 3 shipping emergencies during the year 1899. In January, a gale damaged the “East Goodwin” Lightship at anchor in the English Channel, and this information was wirelessed to the South Foreland Lighthouse. This would be the world’s 1st wireless call from a ship in distress. The 2nd occasion when wireless was called to bring aid in a maritime mishap was on March 11, when the German cargo vessel “Elbe” ran ashore on the Goodwin Sands in the shallow English Channel at 2:00 in the morning. This ship was laden with heavy slate from Nantes, close to the Atlantic coast of France and heading home to Hamburg. Some 8 hours after the “Elbe” was grounded, the tug “Shamrock” aided in pulling the stranded vessel back into open waters. On April 28, the steamer “R. F. Matthew” rammed the same “East Goodwin” Lightship during a dense fog and as a result of the Morsed message to the South Foreland Lighthouse near Dover, lifeboats were were sent out from Ramsgate. At the time, the coal-laden “R. F. Matthew” was outward bound from London. (Interestingly, two widely different dates are given for this maritime mishap, but the London “Times” for the next day, April 29, would suggest that this 2nd date is likely to be accurate.) This would be the 3rd occasion in history of a wireless message from a distressed ship. In March 1899, the Marconi company shipped a load of wireless equipment on a motor launch to the nearby French coast, where it was installed on the ocean front at Wimereux. On the 27th, the world’s 1st international wireless messages were exchanged between the two Marconi stations, Wimereux in France & the Needles on the Isle of Wight in England. This 1st message ended with three Vs in Morse Code …_ signifying victory, success. Some time later, during the time when the 18 year old William Bradfield was alone on night duty in the Wimereux station, a criminal entered the station, brandishing a revolver with the intent that he would destroy it. Bradfield was successful in defusing the whole situation. In July, Guglielmo Marconi & Captain Henry Jackson of the Royal Navy established wireless equipment on 3 English navy vessels, HMSs “Europa”, “Juno” & “Alexandra”. They were successful in transmitting messages in a cascade relay from one ship to another over a distance of 85 miles. In the subsequent report, it was claimed that the wireless messages successfully traversed a mound of seawater, 500 ft high and 30 miles thick, over the intervening distance on a round world. On continental Europe in the Spring of 1899, Ferdinand Braun conducted wireless experiments at Cuxhaven in northern Germany; and later in the year, Julio Cervera Baviera conducted his wireless experiments in Spain, subsequent to his visit earlier in the year with Marconi in England. In September, Marconi visited the United States at the request, and the funding, of the “New York Herald”. The purpose of the visit was to provide wireless coverage of the Americas Cup, a race off the New Jersey coast between the American boat “Columbia” and the English boat “Shamrock”. When Marconi arrived in the States, he was suddenly confronted with a request from the United States navy to provide wireless coverage for the triumphant return of Admiral George Dewey on USS “Olympia” after his successful venture in the Philippines. Hurriedly, Marconi took out to sea on the “Ponce” with a set of his equipment and he wirelessed the parade of events back to the “New York Herald”. The postponed Americas Cup race began on October 4, and Marconi used wireless equipment on three different ships, the Puerto Rican liner “Ponce”, the Plant liner “Grande Duchesse” & the cable ship “Mackay Bennett” to send news dispatches back to the Highland Twin Lights Lighthouse for onward cabling to the “New York Herald”. During this 16 day race, the Marconi wireless equipment sent back 1,200 messages in Morse Code.

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At the same time as Marconi was sending wireless messages back to the shore, Lee De Forest was on board another ship, and sending messages back to the shore, occasionally at the same time, and this resulted in the mutual jamming of all transmissions. After the Americas Cup race was over, the Marconi equipment was transferred for experimental use on three navy vessels, USSs “New York”, “Massachusetts” & “Porter”. We might add that the American yacht, “Columbia” won the 1899 Americas Cup. Also during the year 1899, it is claimed, the Catholic priest, Padre Landell de Moura successfully transmitted the human voice from a Catholic school north of Sao Paulo in Brazil, a world first. During the year 1899, wireless equipment manufactured in England by the Marconi company and in Germany by the Siemens company was imported into South Africa by the two contending powers in the Boer War. Much of this equipment ended up in 5 British navy vessels plying the African coastline. Test transmissions were made in 4 states of Australia, and also in New Zealand during the year 1899. There were successful transmissions in the Sydney Post Office; and from the Adelaide University to the 5 miles distant sand dunes at Henley Beach; and on the Swan River in Perth; and by government officials in Melbourne. Over in New Zealand, two experimenters, John Cooper & George Kemp, made successful transmissions at the Canterbury University in Dunedin. * Bangladesh DX Report - 18:16 Henry Umadhay * Music of the World - 24:44 Brazil: Folk music, instrumental & vocal * Closing Announcement - 25:12 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. The Olympic Games on Shortwave 2. Australian DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:- Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229 USA [email protected] Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 26:08 * Program Ends - 28:55 1. Ancient DX Report: 1899 Worldwide Reports ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------England 1899 Jan Gale damaged “East Goodwin” Lightship, wirelessed to land 1899 Mar 3 “R. F. Matthews” & “East Goodwin” Lightship collision 1899 Mar 11 “Elbe” ran ashore Goodwin Sands “E Goodwin” Lightship wireless S Foreland L House 1899 Mar 27 Marconi at Wimeraux, signal across English Channel, South Foreland & Wimereux Equipment sent by launch, 1st signal, 3 V, victory George Kemp & William Bradfield operate French station Bradfield defused 1st ever attempt to hijack Wimereux wireless station 1899 Apr 28 Steamer “R. F. Matthews” collided with “East Goodwin” Lightship, call for assistance 1899 Jul Navy maneuvers, HMS “Alexandra”, “Europa”, “Juno”, communication 85 miles “Europa” to “Juno” to “Alexandra”, sea water 500 ft high, 30 miles thick Jackson & Marconi on board 1899 Aug Communication Dover Town Hall & Wimereux Science convention 1899 Sep Marconi stations established at Chelmsford & Dovercourt Harwich, 40 miles apart 1899 Sep Wimeraux France to Dovercourt & Chelmsford in England, both 136 kM apart (85 m) 1899 Nov 15 Needles to SS “St Paul”, newspaper, “The Transatlantic Times”, 36 miles, Boer news 1899 Advertisement London magazine 1899 Newton induction coils France 1899 Mar 27 Marconi at Wimeraux, signal across English Channel, South Foreland & Wimereux Equipment sent by launch, 1st signal, 3 V, victory George Kemp & William Bradfield operate French station Bradfield defused 1st ever attempt to hijack Wimereux wireless station 1899 Apr 22 1st French navy vessel fitted with wireless, gunboat “Iris” at Boulogne 1899 Sep Wimeraux France to Dovercourt & Chelmsford in England, both 136 kM apart (85 m) Italy

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20 Marconi stations in use in Italy

Germany 1899 1899 1899 1899

Spring, wireless experiments at Cuxhaven, Ferdinand Braun & Mathias Cantor Jonathan Zenneck took over experiments at Cuxhaven German equipment in Berlin provided to Boers in South Africa German army tests balloon 28 miles

Spain 1899 May 1899

Julio Cervera Baviera visited Marconi installations on English Channel He began to conduct his own wireless experiments in Spain

United States of America 1899 Apr US Army Signal Corp wireless between Fire Island & Fire Island Lightship, 12 miles 1899 Apr US army, Governor’s Island & Fort Hamilton 1899 Aug 23 1st ship-to-shore wireless message in America, Lightship 70, to Cliff House San Francisco: Sherman is sighted. “Sherman” returning Spanish-American War 1898 Sep 28 Admiral George Dewey USS “Olympia”, Marconi message to shore 1899 Oct 4 Marconi coverage Yacht Race wireless fitted 2 steamships, “Ponce” Puerto Rico Line, transmitted 2500 words 1st day “Grande Duchesse” Plant Line, W. J. Clarke equipment 3rd ship “Mackay Bennett” cable ship near Sandy Hook Lighthouse Receivers Navesink Lighthouse (Highland Twin Lights Lighthouse) & 34th Street New York Race between USA “Columbia” (Winner) & British “Shamrock”, NJ coast America Cup, for “New York Herald”; 1,200 messages De Forest equipment in another boat, jamming of signals 1899 Oct 10 Marconi equipment transferred from “Ponce” to “Grande Duchesse” 1899 Oct US cruiser “New York” & battleship “Massachusetts” Marconi wireless, 36 miles 1899 Oct 20 Last day of race 1899 Oct 22 Equipment from “Grande Duchesse” transferred to US “New York” Highlands Twin Light to US “Massachusetts” “Mackay Bennett” to Highlands Lighthouse 1899 Oct 26 Tests between 4 locations 1899 Equipment from “New York” installed in torpedo boat “Porter” further tests 1899 Nov 8 Further tests abandoned, Marconi returned England, equipment needed Boer War 1899 Nov American Wireless & Telegraph Co incorporated Arizona by Dr. Gustav P. Gehring & Archie Collins 1899 Wireless station established at Brooklyn Navy Yard, in use till 1915 RB 8.743 12-25 161 Photo of wireless equipment 1899 Archie Collins, transmitted speech Philadelphia 200 feet 1899 Reginald Fessenden experiments with wireless 1899 Lee de Forest began experiments Brazil 1899

Padre Landell de Moura transmitted human voice, College of the Sisters of St. Joseph district Santa, north of Sao Paulo

South Africa 1899 Aug Boer settlers ordered 6 sets of equipment from Berlin PC 10-05 53 Confiscated by British in Capetown Given to army, could not make them work, arid plains, low ground conductivity Given to navy, some installed in Mozambique 1899 Oct Marconi equipment taken to South Africa, longwave 1899 Nov 24 English equipment arrived in Capetown, installed in wagons 1899 Dec 4 Successful tests at Capetown Army experienced many problems, given to navy Australia: South Australia 1899 Mar Test transmissions Morse Code, apparatus made by A. L.Rogers 1899 Apr 7 South Australian Agent general in London, requested to visit South Foreland station 1899 May 10 Prof William Bragg & Sir Charles Todd demonstration 250 yards W. Terrace Observatory 1899 May 13 West Terrace Observatory to South Road, 1 mile 1899 May End 3 miles

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1899 Jun 23 Rogers & Bragg Observatory to Henley Beach sand dunes 1899 Jul 8 Transmitter galvanized iron shed, at Observatory, receiver Henley Beach, 5 miles 1899 Jul 15 2 way achieved, Observatory & Henley Beach 1899 Sep 27 Lecture in University library, transmission from Observatory Australia: New South Wales 1899 Aug 10 Mr. P. B. Walker experiments public demonstration & press Sydney Post Office 17 Walker experiments Australia: Western Australia 1899 Oct 11 Transmitter in Royal Yacht Club, receiver on Police Launch, Swan River up to ¾ mile Australia: Victoria 1899 1st (?) wireless experiments in Australia (Vic, yes) initiated by J. G. Duffy, PMG Victoria H. W. Jenvey, M. H. Fitzgerald, F. W. Chambers LI 79.23 19-6-26 14 New Zealand 1899 John Cooper demonstrates wireless telegraphy at Canterbury University Dunedin 1899 George Kemp NZ demonstration at Canterbury University ============================================================================== 2. International Wireless Developments Ships, Boats, Stations & Distance Records ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wireless on Boats & Ships 1843 James Lindsay suggestion, ships across Atlantic, cascade signaling through water 1870 Mahlon Loomis, navy wireless tests 2 ships Chesapeake Bay (confirmation needed) 1882 Bradley Fiske, ship to ship experiments, US navy, “Atlanta” & nearby tug boat 1895 Henry Jackson experiments navy vessels south England, “Defiance” 1897 Mar Popov communication between Russian navy vessel “Africa” and Kronstadt 1897 Other wireless experiments by Popov on board ships 1897 Spring “Scourge” received transmissions from “Defiance” 1897 Jul Tesla tests with small boat on Hudson River 1897 Jul 17 Marconi communication in Italy with “San Martino” 1897 Jul 20 Marconi communication with “San Bartolomeo” 1897 Nov 1 Marconi Needles to “Mayflower” & “Solent” 1898 Jul 20 & 22 Marconi communications to Dublin “Daily Express” from “Flying Huntress” 1898 US navy ships fitted with wireless 1898 Aug 3 Marconi transmissions between “Osborne” & Osborne House 1898 Aug 3 Camille Tissot demonstrated wireless transmission between “Bordered” & Brest, ½ mile 1898 Aug Tesla, Electrical Exhibition, Madison Square Gardens, wooden hulled boat 3 ft long 1898 Dec 24 Communication began between South Foreland & “East Goodwin” 1899 Jan Gale damaged “East Goodwin” Lightship, reported to Trinity House 1899 Mar 3 “R. F. Matthews” hit “East Goodwin” Lightship, report to South Foreland Lighthouse, lifeboats sent (incorrect date) 1899 Mar 11 “Elbe” ran ashore Goodwin Sands “E Goodwin” Lightship wireless S Foreland L House 1899 Mar 27 Marconi equipment sent by launch to Wimeraux 1899 Apr 22 1st French navy vessel fitted with wireless, gunboat “Iris” at Boulogne 1899 Apr 28 “R. F. Mathews” collided “East Goodwin” Lightship, RQ 1899 Jul Marconi, HMS “Alexandra”, “Europa” & “Juno”, 75 miles 1899 Aug 23 1st ship-to-shore wireless message in America, Lightship 70, to Cliff House San Francisco: Sherman is sighted. “Sherman” returning Spanish-American War 1898 Sep 28 Admiral George Dewey USS “Olympia”, Marconi message to shore 1899 Oct 4 Marconi coverage Yacht Race wireless fitted 2 steamships, “Ponce” Puerto Rico Line, transmitted 2500 words 1st day “Grande Duchesse” Plant Line, W. J. Clarke equipment 3rd ship “Mackay Bennett” cable ship near Sandy Hook Lighthouse De Forest equipment in another boat, jamming of signals Race between USA “Columbia” (Winner) & UK “Shamrock”, LI coast 1899 Oct 11 Tests with police launch & Royal Yacht Club, Perth 1899 Wireless installed “New York” & “Massachusetts” & “Porter” & Navesink LH, 36 miles 1899 Nov 1st US navy wireless message, “New York” to Navesink NJ, “Ponce”

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1899 Nov 15 Needles to “St Paul” Boer War info printed into “The Transatlantic Times” 1900 W. P. Hallam, boat & shore tests Hobart 1902 Mar 20 Stubblefield, “Bartholdi” Washington DC 1907 1st broadcast of music from ship, “Andromeda” World’s Earliest Wireless Stations 1897 Nov 1 Marconi established Needles station, Royal Needles Hotel, Isle of Wight (1897-1900) 1897 Nov Another station at Bournemouth, described as permanent 1898 Jul 6 Ballycastle & Rathlin opened, intended to be permanent, removed Sep 1898 Sep Bournemouth station transferred to Poole, larger than Needles, finally closed 1926 1898 Dec 24 South Foreland Lighthouse 1st communication with Lightship “East Goodwin” 1899 Mar 27 Marconi at Wimeraux, signal across English Channel, South Foreland & Wimereux 1899 Sep Marconi stations established at Chelmsford & Dovercourt Harwich, 40 miles apart 1899 Oct Temporary receiver station installed at Twin Lights, Navesink Lighthouse Later, 1st commercial wireless station in USA installed here by Marconi 1899 Wireless station established at Brooklyn Navy Yard, in use till 1915 RB 8.743 12-25 161 Distress Calls 1899 Jan Gale damaged “East Goodwin” Lightship, wirelessed to land 1899 Mar 3 “R. F. Matthews” & “East Goodwin” Lightship collision (incorrect date) 1899 Mar 11 “Elbe” ran ashore Goodwin Sands “E Goodwin” Lightship wireless S Foreland L House 1899 Apr 28 Steamer “R. F. Matthews” collided with “East Goodwin” Lightship, call for assistance CQD Calls SOS Calls 19xx Dec 26 J. Vincent Waine ZAX heard SOS from P&O “Narrung” Long Distance Wireless Records, Morse Code Italy 1802 Deflection of needle in laboratory room USA 1842 100 ft 2 parallel wires USA 1866 Oct 14 miles 2 kites Blue Ridge Mountains USA 1897 Spring 25 miles Small boat on Hudson England 1897 Oct 34 miles Salisbury Plain to Bath England 1899 Jul 85 miles Alexandra Europa Juno (cascade)

Gian D. Romagnosi Joseph Henry Mahlon Loomis Nikola Tesla Guglielmo Marconi Royal Navy

Long Distance Radio Records, Voice Transmissions USA 1899 200 ft Philadelphia USA 1900 1 mile Across Delaware River Brazil 1900 Jun 3 5 miles Sao Paulo

Archie Collins Archie Collins Landell de Moura

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson AWR DX Contest results Adventist World Radio - - - - Annual DX Contest2012 Contest2012.doc (AppleMac) “Listen to AWR” - AWR 41st Year Annual DX Contest Results. This is what you have been waiting for, the results of our big AWR 2012 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest. Here are the details. You will remember that you were invited to participate in 5 different areas:Part A. Listen to as many shortwave locations in use by Adventist World Radio as possible during the month of July 2012. Part B. Prepare just one reception report for any AWR transmission from each AWR transmitter site in any country that you were able to log during the month of July 2012. Part C. Provide a photocopy of a QSL that you already hold in your collection from any of the AWR shortwave stations that you have heard, during the past five years only. Part D. Submit three radio cards for the Indianapolis Heritage Collection. Part E. Post your entry with all items to Adventist World Radio in Indianapolis.

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We are very grateful for the large number of entries that were submitted for this year’s 2012 contest, and the awards for this year are similar as in all previous contests. All entries from all countries were sorted into continental areas, and from each continental area, the top list of entries were chosen. Here is the list of Continental Winners:South America Pedro Salamanca Zipaquira Colombia Europe E. J. Zylstra Welsum Holland North America Ken Godfrey Beaumont CA USA Asia Tony Ashar Depok Indonesia South Pacific Bruce White Karoonda SA Australia As is usual each year, there were many outstanding entries for the contest this year, and from these we have chosen the following for the Award of Merit:Jonathan Short Changshu China William Patalon Fallston MD USA Prithwiraj Purkayastha Jorhat India Gunter Jacob Passau Germany Jai Sakthivel Tirunelveli India Motokazu Katoh Niihama Japan Joaquin Ruiz Badia Spain And now, the name of the World Winner in the AWR 2012 “Listen to AWR” DX Contest! Such a delightful entry, with all of the various aspects of the contest assembled and presented in compendium style with a pretty folkloric cover. The International Radio Monitor whose entry is awarded top honors in this year’s contest is:Julio Rolando Pineda Cordon

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In due course, Julio will receive a copy of one of the Jerry Berg radio history books. The Continental Winners will receive a copy of the World Radio TV Handbook for 2013 early in the New Year. Those participants who have earned the Award of Merit will also receive their award in due course. All AWR reception reports will be verified with specially endorsed AWR QSL cards. Please remember that it will take a period of many months, well into the new year 2013, to process all of the contest entries and the multi-hundreds of reception reports currently on hand in Indianapolis. Once again, we would like to thank all of those International Radio Monitors who submitted entries for the 2012 AWR annual DX contest. Our contest for next year will be presented under the title, “Focus on Africa”.

Tom Taylor URGENT: EMR Internet stream changed URGENT: EMR Internet stream changed ! Dear EMR Internet listeners, Our Internet streaming server has just changed, and some listeners are having difficulty in listening to our internet service, if you are having difficulty, please try one of the following links: 1/ “EMR Internet radio” link on the EMR website, this was updated late last week: www.emr.org.uk 2/ The new address you should use is: http://helios.cloudnl.net:8000/emr.ogg 3/ or click this to launch your audio player: http://helios.cloudnl.net:8000/emr.ogg.m3u Good Listening! - All the best - Tom & Mike Taylor PS. EMR Relay on 6005 KHz via Radio 700 this Sunday between 08.00 and 09.00 UTC ( confirmed )

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Yimber Gaviria Mexico: Lista, novena Bienal Internacional de Radio Educación 18 SEPTIEMBRE 2012 - 12:11PM — JESÚS ALEJO SANTIAGO Consuelo Sáizar anunció que se realizará el Coloquio Internacional “Miguel Ángel Granados Chapa”, dedicado a la reflexión de los contextos sociales de los medios públicos. Ciudad de México • Con la finalidad de lograr una mayor vinculación entre los profesionales de la radio, al tiempo de contribuir al desarrollo de los medios públicos de comunicación, del 1 al 6 de octubre se llevará a cabo la Bienal Internacional de Radio, la cual llega a su novena edición, que por vez primera compartirá actividades con entidades como Campeche, Coahuila, Chiapas, Estado de México, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Nayarit y zacatecas. Durante una conferencia de prensa, celebrada en la Fonoteca Nacional, la presidenta del Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (Conaculta), Consuelo Sáizar, anunció que en el marco de la reunión radiofónica se realizará el Coloquio Internacional “Miguel Ángel Granados Chapa”, dedicado a la reflexión de los contextos sociales de los medios públicos; asimismo, en colaboración con la Fonoteca Nacional, se efectuará el primer Encuentro Iberoamericano de Arte Sonoro en Radio “Resonantes”. De acuerdo con el director de Radio Educación, Antonio Tenorio Muñoz Cota, la Bienal se organizó en torno a tres ejes, el académico, el cultural y el concurso de producciones radiofónicas, a cuya convocatoria respondieron alrededor de 800 trabajos de diversas partes del mundo. La Bienal Internacional de Radio, a desarrollarse en el Teatro de las Artes del Centro Nacional de las Artes (Cenart), contará con académicos y especialistas como Néstor García Canclini, José Iges, Jesús Martín Barbero y Omar Rincón, por mencionar sólo a algunos.

FUENTE: http://www.milenio.com/cdb/doc/noticias2011/64346adc04d78af50bf575d54fe44e1a Sitio Web: http://www.bienalderadio.info/2012/

Yimber Gaviria España: El Instituto RTVE recopila las transformaciones de la radio El Instituto RTVE recopila las transformaciones de la radio 19.09.2012 La editorial del Instituto RTVE publica el libro "Sintonizando el futuro: Radio y producción sonora en el siglo XXI " en la que diversos investigadores del medio radiofónico y destacados profesionales del sector analizan las principales trasformaciones que afectan a la radio y la producción sonora. El Instituto RTVE presenta un nuevo manual destinado a los estudiantes y profesionales de la comunicación. Un libro que reúne a diversos profesionales para analizar la situación de la producción sonora y la radio y una nueva iniciativa del Instituto RTVE que presentaron en La Casa Encendida de Madrid la directora del centro de formación, Yolanda Marugán; Benigno Moreno (RNE); y los coordinadores del libro J.Ignacio Gallego Pérez y Mª Trinidad García Leiva, ambos de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. La radio y la producción sonora actual enfrentan importantes desafíos e interrogantes. Esta obra colectiva ofrece una visión panorámica de las principales transformaciones que les afectan a partir de un conjunto de contribuciones organizadas en tres bloques temáticos que incluyen cinco casos de estudio, elegidos a partir de su relevancia y valor como ejemplos singulares. El primer bloque, dedicado a desvelar la regulación, la estructura de mercado y las políticas públicas destinadas al sector, tiene por finalidad ofrecer una visión fundamentada de las claves empresariales y políticas que estructuran la radio española en el contexto europeo. El segundo bloque busca dar cuenta de los últimos avances técnicos al reunir trabajos dedicados a presentar las tendencias y aplicaciones más importantes de las nuevas tecnologías de producción, distribución y consumo sonoro y radiofónico.Finalmente, el tercer bloque indaga en las relaciones entre lenguaje radiofónico, estética y arte, por un lado, y programación y contenidos, por otro. El Instituto RTVE cuenta con un servicio de publicaciones cuya finalidad es la proyección pública de los conocimientos de profesionales del sector audiovisual así como la divulgación de investigaciones y elementos formativos. El fondo editorial está constituido por un conjunto de más de 150 títulos relacionados con la televisión, la radio y el ámbito multimedia, siendo una editorial de referencia para los estudios del sector. FUENTE: http://www.infoperiodistas.info/busqueda/noticia/resnot.jsp?idNoticia=13377

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Djonas Bernard Voz da Russia Ola você sintonizado com a gente na Voz da Rússia. Meu nome é Jonas Bernardino. Editor e apresentador dos programas Onda DX e Clube de Amigos. Convido você para participar dos nossos programas. Envie seu áudio em mp3 com duração de até 5 minutos, ou mais de um arquivo com 5 minutos cada. Não use fundo musical, pois o programa é transmitido para Brasil e Portugal e dessa forma vamos evitar violação dos direitos autorais. O arranjo é feito em Moscou com musicas que pertencem a emissora. Os audios para o programa Onda DX que vai ar às quartas-feira são exclusivamente relacionados com o mundo do dexismo, noticias do rádio, dicas, história do rádio, etc. Já para o programa Clube de Amigos os áudios devem ser relacionados com os ouvintes da voz da Russia, ou brasileiros que estiveram na Russia e que querem compartilhar suas impresses ou historias relacionadas com a emissora. Podem ser entrevistas. Enviem o audio e sua biografia para [email protected] Conheça aqui nosso site e ouça os programas http://portuguese.ruvr.ru/radio_broadcast/5177184/ Джонас Бернардино (Djonas Bernard) - Tel.: +7 926 240 4024 ICQ 170-439-711 Skype: russia_2007 Home: http://www.news-of-russia.info http://www.roboforex.com http://www.radiomba.net http://www.news-of-russia.info/translator/ http://www.youtube.com/user/geshazzz http://twitter.com/#!/DjonasTranslate http://www.facebook.com/djonas.bernard http://twitter.com/#!/PortalNewsRussia http://www.news-of-russia.com

Onda Livre Vila de Rei: Rádio Condestável foi distinguida pela autarquia • Vila de Rei: Rádio Condestável foi distinguida pela autarquia pode ler esta notícia na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio - www.ondalivre.com

Radio Habana Cuba Día Mundial de la Paz 2o de Setiembre. La paz no es solamente la ausencia de la guerra; mientras haya pobreza, racismo, discriminación y exclusión difícilmente podremos alcanzar un mundo de paz. Rigoberta Menchú - Premio Nobel de la Paz 1992 Rosario Lafita Fernández - J'Dpto. de Correspondencia Internacional - Radio Habana Cuba

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Omar Somma La Rosa de Tokio ha recibido un importante premio Amigos: Aquí algunas fotos de la ceremonia de entrega del Premio Caduceo. (Arriba del titulo) Para envidia de Arnaldo que no estuvo en la ceremonia y por lo tanto no fue acompañado por estas lindas minifaldas....... A todos los amigos que nos hicieron llegar sus felicitaciones, les agradecemos muchisimo por alentarnos y en realidad este premio fue obra de todos los que de alguna manera u otra aportaron y siguen aportando su granito de arena para que podamos continuar difundiendo a nivel popular el mundo de la radio. Un fuerte abrazo a todos, Omar - LA ROSA DE TOKIO

Radio Gloria Comunicado 09-RGI-Playlist-2012-23-BH Stone the Crow, Come with me Jeff Wayne, War of the worlds: Autumn,Thunderchild Kamelot, What about me Alex Parche Project, The longer you can wait Frank Marino&Mahogany Rush, Requiem for a sinner All about Eve, The shelter from the rain Black Milk, If the gods may know your name Hawkwind, Magno Schedule - 23/9/2012 9-10 UTC (11-12 MESZ): www.shortwaveservice.com 11-12 UTC (13-14 MESZ): 15-16 UTC (17-18 MESZ):

6005, 6140, 9480 kc (6005) 7265 kc www.ColoRadio.org

Repeatbroadcast - 7/10/2012 8-9 UTC (10-11 MESZ): 9480 kc 10-11 UTC (12-13 MESZ): 7265 kc Next programme: 28th October (no 6140) Good lstening ! Reports welcome ! - Andy

Horacio Nigro Hoy: 100 años del circuito regenerative (22SET) En esta fecha, setiembre 22, en 1912, Edwin Howard Armstrong, a la sazón estudiante en la Universidad de Columbia, trabajando en el laboratorio de su casa de Yonkers, NY, invetaba el circuito regenerativo. Este circuito. conocido como oscilador Armstrong, se convirtió en el primer "ladrillo" en la construcción de las modernas comunicaciones electrónicas. (via Jeff, WA4AW Major EH Armstrong Memorial Radio Club W2XMN- W2XEA www.freewebs.com/mafm via Horacio

Onda Livre Estreia hoje nova rubrica de Markl na Comercial Estreia hoje nova rubrica de Markl na Comercial pode ler esta notícia na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio www.ondalivre.com

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Yimber Gaviria Chile: Radio Santiago se adhiere a la celebración del Día del Trabajador Radial Hoy 21 de septiembre se celebra el Día del Trabajador Radial en Chile, por ello Radio Santiago, manteniendo viva una tradición que nunca debiera terminarse, cesa por 24 horas sus transmisiones, en homenaje al esforzado trabajo que, a diario y sin descanso, realizan los trabajadores radiales de todo el país. Revisemos la historia. Durante la administración del Presidente Juan Antonio Ríos Morales se instituyó en Chile que, a contar del 21 de septiembre de 1942, ese día sería conmemorado como “El Día de la Radio”, fecha en que todas las emisoras de la República silenciarían sus transmisiones por 24 horas. El día de descanso para los trabajadores radiales se introdujo, considerando que ellos laboraban en forma ininterrumpida los 365 días del año, incluyendo fiestas emblemáticas como: Semana Santa, Día Internacional del Trabajo, Día de las Glorias Navales, Independencia de Chile, Día de las Glorias del Ejército, Día de Todos los Santos, Navidad, Año Nuevo, entre otras. Después de casi medio siglo, durante el gobierno del Presidente Patricio Aylwin Azócar, se declaró por Decreto Supremo de 1991, el 21 de septiembre como el “Día Nacional del Trabajador de la Radiodifusión Sonora”. Un estudio efectuado por la Secretaría de Comunicación y Cultura, señaló en 1996, que entre los años 1990 a 1995 el número de emisoras había aumentado en un 122 por ciento, pasando de 326 a 723. Este crecimiento se concentró en las emisoras de frecuencia modulada, las cuales aumentaron en un 304 por ciento, donde de 152 estaciones se pasó a 614. PRIMERA TRANSMISIÓN RADIAL Cabe recordar que la primera transmisión radiofónica en nuestro país se realizó el 19 de agosto de 1922, desde la Universidad de Chile, convirtiéndose Chile en el tercer país de América en conocer la radiodifusión, siendo el primero Estados Unidos y el segundo Argentina. En Europa ya existían siete radioemisoras. Los primeros santiaguinos en adquirir radios fueron Francisco de Borja Echeverría, Patricio Valdivieso y Carlos Wassen, mientras que el honor de ser el primer locutor chileno recayó en Alfredo Figueroa Arrieta. También se deben mencionar a la Relojería Suiza de Carlos Fath y la Botica Francia, de Gastón Goyeneche, que fueron los dos primeros avisadores de la radiodifusión chilena. Sólo diez años después de la primera transmisión radial, fue tal la importancia dada por los gobernantes a las emisoras que el Comodoro del Aire Marmaduque Grove Vallejos, tras el golpe militar del 4 de junio de 1932 y la instauración de la efímera República Socialista, llamada de los 100 días, hizo instalar una emisora en La Moneda. Anteriormente, Arturo Alessandri Palma, el 21 de mayo de 1923 fue el primer mandatario que leyó su mensaje presidencial por radio, y diez años más tarde, en 1933, transmitió un mensaje a toda América, también a través de este medio de comunicación. Cabe consignar que la radio Universidad Federico Santa María. fundada el 7 de abril de 1937, se convirtió en la emisora universitaria más antigua de América Latina. La radio en Chile, tras el impacto que causó la aparición y masificación de la televisión, logró adecuarse al nuevo mercado que debió enfrentar, pues su magia está a través del sonido y la compañía que le ofrece a sus fieles auditores. En el aspecto social, la radio ha salvado muchas vidas, se ha unido en campañas de ayuda de distinta índole, ha sido el medio de comunicación frente a las catástrofes, además de entretener suministrando programas musicales, deportivos, entre otros. Y en medio de su inestabilidad, los empleados siguen trabajando más que todo por vocación. FUENTE: http://www.radiosantiago.cl/2012/09/21/radio-santiago-se-adhiere-a-la-celebracion-del-dia-del-trabajadorradial/

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Yimber Gaviria Rumania: Concurso Por las salinas de Rumanía ((( Radio Rumania Internacional ))). Queridos amigos, les invitamos a participar en un nuevo concurso con premios, titulado “Por las salinas de Rumanía”. El concurso está dedicado a uno de los principales recursos minerales de Rumanía, la sal, que es, mismo tiempo, un recurso económico, pero también de salud, si pensamos en las propiedades curativas del aire salino. Cabe mencionar que Rumanía es uno de los mayores productores de sal del mundo (con 2,35 millones de toneladas extraídas en 2011, por ejemplo) y la explotación de sal es una actividad muy antigua. Los yacimientos de sal se encuentran en localidades que llevan el nombre de Ocna (que significa “mina”, sobre todo de sal) o Slanic (que significa “sal” en el idioma eslavo), como por ejemplo: Ocna Sibiului, Ocnele Mari, Ocna Mureş, Târgu Ocna, Ocna Dej, Slanic (Prahova), Slanic Moldova, etc. Sin embargo, hay minas de sal también en otras zonas de Rumanía, como por ejemplo Praid, Turda, Cacica. La sal es explotada por la Sociedad Nacional de la Sal (Salrom) y, según los especialistas, los recursos de sal bastarían para cubrir las necesidades de Rumanía para mil años. Las salinas son también un objetivo turístico cada vez más buscado y las propiedades del aire salino conllevaron la creación de la espeleoterapia y la climatoterapia, así como de los tratamientos subterráneos, en cuevas y minas de sal. El tratamiento consta, prácticamente, en inhalar el aire salino de la mina y es útil en el caso de las enfermedades respiratorias (el asma, las enfermedades broncopulmonares y las alergias). Es más, gracias a la acústica especial, las salinas son lugares idóneos para conciertos. Les invitamos a seguir los programas de RRI, nuestra página web www.rri.ro, así como los perfiles en Facebook, Twitter y Flickr, y contestar correctamente, por escrito, a varias preguntas para poder ganar. El concurso finalizará el próximo 28 de febrero de 2013, fecha del matasellos. El Gran Premio será una estancia de 10 días (9 noches), para dos personas con pensión completa, en el período del 15 al 24 de mayo de 2013, en 4 zonas de Rumanía conocidas por la explotación de la sal: Slanic Prahova (en el departamento de Prahova), Târgu Ocna (en el departamento de Bacău), Praid (en el departamento de Harghita) y Turda (en el departamento de Cluj). El concurso está patrocinado por SC Salina Turda Durgau SA, la Pensión Elena y el Motel Anda, ambos de Târgu Ocna. Los colaboradores del concurso son el Consejo Departamental de Bacău, el Ayuntamiento de Ploieşti, el Ayuntamiento de Turda, la Asociación de Desarrollo Intercomunitaria de Harghita, la Iglesia Metropolitana de Cluj, Alba, Crişana y Maramureş, la Sociedad Nacional de la Sal SA, inclusive las Filiales de Salina Târgu Ocna, Salina Slanic Prahova, Salina Praid, la Unión de Artistas Plásticos, con sus filiales de Ploieşti, Bacău y Turda, el Centro Cultural Departamental de Harghita, la Casa Municipal de Cultura de Turda y la Escuela Popular de Arte “Tudor Jarda” de Cluj-Napoca. Como de costumbre, el transporte internacional corre por cuenta propia, así como el visado para Rumanía si lo necesitan. Para aquellos que no ganen ninguno de los Grandes Premios, tendremos premios y menciones en forma de objetos relacionados con la explotación de la sal en las 4 zonas mencionadas, ofrecidos por nuestros patrocinadores. Y ahora las preguntas: ¿Cuánto tiempo podría Rumanía asegurar las necesidades de sal de los recursos internos? Mencionen al menos 3 salinas de Rumanía. ¿Cómo se llama el tratamiento que aprovecha las propiedades curativas del aire salino? ¿Qué salinas visitarán los ganadores de los Grandes Premios del Concurso RRI? Les rogamos nos escriban qué les ha determinado participar en el concurso y, si lo desean, mencionen las fuentes de información, además de los programas de nuestra emisora de radio, la página web de RRI o los perfiles en Facebook y Twitter. Nuestras señas no han cambiado: Radio Rumanía Internacional, Apartado de Correos 111, código postal 010165, fax 00.40.21.319.05.62, e-mail [email protected] Esperamos sus respuestas hasta el próximo 28 de febrero de 2013, fecha de envío. Los ganadores serán anunciados inmediatamente después del 15 de marzo de 2013 para que puedan prepararse para su estancia en Rumanía. ¡Les deseamos mucha suerte! (Alecu Marciuc, Eugen Cojocariu; trad Luminita Ganea) FUENTE: http://www.rri.ro/art.shtml?lang=11&sec=263&art=291776

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Yimber Gaviria España: Teide Radio cumple 20 años en antena DIARIO DE AVISOS | Santa Cruz de Tenerife El próximo viernes, 28 de septiembre, Teide Radio celebrará sus veinte años de vida en una gala que tendrá lugar en el Auditorio Adán Martín de Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Este año la emisora de radio del Grupo de Comunicación DIARIO DE AVISOS conmemora una larga y exitosa trayectoria a lo largo de estas dos últimas décadas, donde los oyentes han podido seguir toda la actualidad de Tenerife y del resto de las islas a través de su frecuencia la FM 94.0. Será un acto muy emotivo donde se encontrarán el pasado, presente y futuro de una emisora por la que han discurrido los mejores comunicadores de Tenerife. Escuela de locutores, por los estudios de Teide Radio han pasado y están las mejores voces de la radiodifusión canaria, que han llevado la actualidad de nuestra isla a miles de hogares tinerfeños. Con esta gala, el Grupo de Comunicación DIARIO DE AVISOS quiere hacer un guiño a una de las áreas más importantes de la entidad: una apuesta decidida para que durante los próximos años siga siendo uno de los diales de referencia. La gala se convertirá en un reconocimiento a esas figuras o a entidades que a lo largo de estos dos últimos decenios han sido referentes en la sociedad tinerfeña, haciendo un repaso de este periodo en Teide Radio, también de la mano de Onda Cero, que completa la actual parrilla de la radio de los micrófonos verdes. En la categoría de Ciencia y Salud, los premiados serán José Carlos Alberto Bethencourt, Rafael Llorens, María Díaz Torres y Félix Herrera Cabello. José Carlos Alberto es catedrático de la Universidad de La Laguna, ex rector de esta institución entre 1986 y 1990, y ampliamente reconocido por sus trabajos en el campo de la ginecología y la obstetricia. Rafael Llorens es Jefe de Cirugía Cardíaca de Hospiten Rambla y pionero en España en la implantación de cirugía de bypass coronario. La única fémina que se cuela en esta categoría es María Díaz Torres, actual vicepresidenta de Alergenética, y la mujer con mayor número de patentes del mundo. Y, a título póstumo, se entregará el premio a Félix Herrera como reconocimiento a toda la exitosa carrera de este técnico de la NASA. En el apartado de Deportes, los galardonados serán Pedro González Ledesma, Sergio Rodríguez, José Javier Pérez Pérez y Francisco Javier Pérez Machín. El futbolista del F.C. Barcelona atesora muchos éxitos en los últimos años y abandera el nombre de Tenerife en todo el mundo. Al igual que Pedrito, Sergio Rodríguez lleva el nombre de nuestra isla con mucho orgullo y su último éxito ha sido la medalla de plata olímpica conseguida en la final de baloncesto frente a Estados Unidos. Francis Pérez, el Pollito de la Frontera, es un referente de nuestro deporte autóctono, la lucha canaria, y ha sido capaz de rechazar ofertas millonarias por seguir compitiendo en Canarias. Y también a título póstumo, Teide Radio quiere reconocer la labor de Javier Pérez, máximo responsable de la época dorada que vivimos hace años con el CD Tenerife. En el capítulo de Cultura se premiará la labor de la Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, el Festival Miradas Doc, el joven cocinero Braulio Simancas y a los éxitosos diseñadores portuenses Marcos Marrero y María Díaz. Con más de 75 años de historia a sus espaldas, la Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife (OST) es todo un referente cultural de nuestra isla y de Canarias, y se ha convertido en singular embajadora del Archipiélago por todo el mundo. Celebrar la naturaleza multiforme, sorprendente y esperanzadora del ser humano ha sido y es la ambiciosa propuesta del Festival Internacional de Cine Documental MiradasDoc, que desde 2006 organiza el Ayuntamiento de Guía de Isora. Braulio Simancas es reconocido a nivel nacional por la práctica de la nueva cocina basada en los productos de las islas. Y, por último, Teide Radio reconoce la labor de la firma de moda M&M por su representación internacional de la moda canaria. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, San Cristóbal de La Laguna y el Teide. En el apartado de Turismo, la Ciudad de Los Adelantados recibirá su reconocimiento por haber logrado ser Patrimonio de la Humanidad. Los carnavales han sido parte importante de la programación de Teide Radio, de ahí su reconocimiento a Santa Cruz por sus fiestas más importantes, que han llevado el nombre de Tenerife a todas las partes del planeta. Y si de algo está orgullosa la radio es de la figura que le da su nombre: el Patronato del Parque Nacional del Teide será galardonado el próximo viernes por su importante labor conservacionista. En esta época de crisis Teide Radio quiere reconocer la labor tan importante que realizan Cáritas, Aspronte, la Asociación Española contra el Cáncer y la Fundación Recicla. Por último, el premio a la labor empresarial será para Cajasiete, que cumple 50 años. FUENTE: http://www.diariodeavisos.com/2012/09/23/actualidad/teide-radio-cumple-20-anos-en-antena/

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Yimber Gaviria Somaliland: RH Worldwide Transmission Updates HARGEISA (Somalilandsun) – Radio Hargeisa continues to be heard in the USA, Europe and Far East. According to Don Jensen of Kenosha (Wisconsin) USA which is 100 km north of Chicago RH broadcast are continuously audible on shortwave frequency 7120 KHz again in the United States as noted here in the north central part of America. Mr. Jensen informs that reception is available once the new transmitter is turned on at 6:27 a.m. Hargeisa time (GMT+3) or (0327 UTC)) but programming does not start until 6:38 a.m. Hargeisa time (0338 UTC) with very enjoyable Somali music. The first announcement is usually heard at 6:44 a.m. Hargeisa time (0344 UTC), with Identifications for Radio Hargeisa and mentions of Somaliland clearly heard. You may. The signal began to fade. You can hear that there was some static interference with a rainstorm in this area, but the signal is strong. The retired US journalist who has continuously kept the nation update on RH transmissions worldwide through Somalilandsun said that regular email communication with typical listeners from California to New York, across the US, who has found the RH broadcasts, even on rather simple battery-powered radios using no more than the receiver's built-in "whip" or rod antenna. Any listener, including the many Somaliland expatriates now living in places like Minneapolis (state of Minnesota) – only about 400 km from Don's home in Kenosha Wisconsin could hear the signals from their homeland. Don further added that one friend who is a RH listener in eastern U.S. Said to, "If they (Radio Hargeisa) continue at these power levels, this is a fairly easy catch in east coast North America at 0330 UTC." "I am so happy to have been able to be of some assistance in spreading the word about the new operations of Radio Hargeisa," Says Jensen. On the European front, the signals continue in increasing strength with broadcasts heard without any static. Mr. Andy Lawendel, Milan, and Northern Italy who says he followed the Mogadishu president selection on Radio Hargeisa informed this Said he, "It's really good to know, from your own excellent coverage and from Radio Hargeisa resuming its activities, the situation in Somaliland now Allows for a regular output of news and commentaries" According to Mr. Lawendel, Currently, several shortwave transmissions Can be monitored from Countries in the Horn's Region of Africa, in the 49 and 41 meters shortwave band, at that's really rewarding for both, Radio hobbyist and a professional journalist and reader deeply interested in getting to the very background of events. So thanks to the Institutions and fellow journalist making it possible The journalist based in Italy says that he and friends are anxiously awaiting full time content in English and other more accessible languages thus make the station more even more interesting and instructive). Mr. Andy Lawendel, Milan, Northern Italy can be found at http://www.radiopassioni.it In response to a question by Somalilandsun on whether the Radio Hargeisa broadcasts signal is only available to Ham operators Mr. Don Jensen was kind enough to enlighten on the difference between a Ham operator and other listeners QUOTE "You asked about hams, or amateur radio operators. Actually, a ham, and I believe Mr. Suleiman (technical director ministry of information) may be a ham radio operator himself, is one who not only has a radio receiver, but a low powered transmitter, which allow him to have conversations, both sending and receiving, with other hams. In most countries, the governments as being technically proficient enough to accomplish such radio connections with other hams license them. Though I once, was a licensed ham, with my government assigned call letters KN4ISC that ended some decades ago. In time that is more recent, I have been what am termed a shortwave listener (or SWL). Listeners, of course, require no licenses, and I have allowed my ham license to expire. Now, and for some years, I have only listened to broadcasting stations such as Radio Hargeisa, for their program content and for the challenge of hearing distant stations that broadcast programs. I especially enjoy music of other lands, and I surely enjoy Somali music. Thus, it is possible to enjoy programs even without always understanding the spoken words that accompany musical programs. To be a shortwave listener, it does help to have a high quality radio receiver, but if the signals are strong enough, it surely is possible to hear stations with a rather simple battery operated radio. In fact, this morning, one acquaintance of mine mentioned in an email to me that he listened to Radio Hargeisa with quite nice signals on such a battery powered portable using nothing more than its built-in whip type antenna. So, most of the people with whom I have contact via email around the world an here in the US, are those like myself, who enjoy learning about other countries via shortwave radio broadcasts. Now some hams also are interested in that as well (in addition to their own radio conversations with other hams) So far, I would think that Radio Hargeisa's listeners would be mostly Shortwave Listeners (SWLs) with some additional amateur radio operators (Hams) mixed in with that audience. Another potential audience should be Somalis now living in the US and Canada, such as the rather substantial Somali diaspora population in the Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota Area. SOURCE:http://somalilandsun.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1508:somaliland-rh-worldwidetransmission-updates&catid=44:government

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Radio Fanuy Uruguay - Imagen distorsionada Tomado de la edición web de "La Diaria" - 24.9.12 Imagen distorsionada Llamado a canales digitales comerciales está demorado por posibles interferencias con Argentina. El Ministerio de Industria, Energía y Minería (MIEM) mantiene en estos días conversaciones con sus pares del gobierno argentino para evitar interferencias en las transmisiones de televisión digital. Esto es lo que ha demorado el llamado a operadores comerciales, que estaba previsto para mediados de agosto. Por otra parte, la Mesa Política del Frente Amplio (FA) definió como prioritaria la aprobación de una Ley de Servicios de Comunicación Audiovisual (SCA). El Poder Ejecutivo tiene previsto asignar hasta seis canales de televisión digital comercial. Tres de ellos serían para los actuales operadores -en caso de que decidan presentarse y cumplan con los requisitos- y los otros tres podrían asignarse a nuevos permisarios. El llamado no se ha podido abrir porque no se puede asegurar que dos de los seis canales a asignar puedan emitir sin interferencias, explicó a la diaria una fuente del Ejecutivo. Esto es así sobre todo por las emisiones de televisión digital de Argentina. Si bien el año pasado ambos países coordinaron el uso del espectro en las zonas de frontera, subsiste riesgo de interferencias con la programación de Argentina. El vecino país proyecta la construcción de una Torre Única de Comunicaciones del Área Metropolitana (TUC) en Avellaneda, provincia de Buenos Aires. Este edificio funcionará como plataforma para las emisiones de televisión digital, y según lo anunciado por las autoridades del gobierno de Cristina Fernández será el más alto de toda América del Sur, con 360 metros y 47 pisos. El ministro de Planificación, Julio de Vido, se refirió en este contexto a Avellaneda como la "capital nacional de la televisión digital", y no está claro cómo afectará esta fuente de emisiones a las transmisiones en Uruguay. El decreto emitido en mayo por el Poder Ejecutivo definió que los canales 21 al 36 y 38 al 41 se utilizarán para la televisión digital. Lo acordado en 2011 es que Argentina no utilizará los canales 27 al 30. Pero a partir del 31, si del otro lado del río "ponen potencias desmesuradas", se podría afectar la calidad de las emisiones en Uruguay, dijo a la diaria otra fuente del Ejecutivo. En estos días, el gobierno está dialogando con su par argentino en busca de garantizar que no se produzcan interferencias. En caso de que no se llegue a una solución rápida, igual se prevé realizar el llamado a principios de octubre, eventualmente sin especificar qué canales se asignarían a los nuevos operadores. Consultado al respecto por la diaria, el presidente de la Unidad Reguladora de Servicios de Comunicaciones (Ursec), Gabriel Lombide, remarcó que "no hay problemas con Argentina", sino que "se está evaluando la mejor forma" de asignar las frecuencias. Recordó que existe coordinación con el vecino país para que no haya interferencias en la frontera. En medio de la discussion En tanto, el FA inició formalmente la semana pasada el debate sobre medios de comunicación, y específicamente sobre la ley de SCA que proyecta el gobierno. El proyecto todavía no tiene una redacción final y continúa a estudio de las autoridades del MIEM. La intención de la cartera era concluir el proceso relativo a televisión digital -sobre todo con la concreción del llamado al sector comercial- para después enviar el texto de la SCA a Presidencia. No obstante, los tiempos para el debate parlamentario del proyecto se acortan; a juicio de las autoridades sería ideal que el texto ingresara al trámite legislativo este año, para evitar que la discusión se "contamine" por la campaña electoral. La Mesa Política del FA resolvió el viernes colocar la ley SCA en la "agenda de prioridades" de la coalición, propiciar un debate a la interna sobre el tema y crear un equipo de trabajo con representantes del Poder Ejecutivo, parlamentarios y dirigentes del FA para organizar encuentros regionales y departamentales, así como preparar una campaña de difusión pública sobre la necesidad de aprobar la ley SCA. El jueves, Mónica Xavier se reunió con los presidentes de las departamentales del FA para tratar este tema. A propuesta de las departamentales, al día siguiente se debatió el asunto en la Mesa Política. En ambas instancias se manejó un documento elaborado por el MIEM que contiene los lineamientos generales del proyecto; este texto ya había sido presentado por las autoridades de la cartera a legisladores frenteamplistas. El documento señala como objetivos de la ley "proteger y garantizar la libertad de expresión", "promover y garantizar la diversidad y el pluralismo en el sistema de medios", "dar certezas jurídicas a los operadores" y "proteger los derechos de las personas ante los medios". Aclara que no busca controlar los medios, ni intervenir en su línea editorial o condicionar de cualquier forma la información u opiniones que éstos brindan, ni tampoco abordar la cuestión de la calidad. Además de reservar al menos un tercio de las frecuencias al sector comunitario y de procurar controles efectivos a la concentración de medios -combatiendo el uso de testaferros y las transferencias ilegales-, el proyecto buscará fortalecer los medios del interior y promover la producción nacional e independiente. Se exigirá un mínimo de programación local a las repetidoras y se garantizará la transparencia respecto a la propiedad y titularidad real de los medios de comunicación, que hoy sólo puede conocerse -y parcialmente- a partir de investigaciones especializadas. Natalia Uval: Link: http://ladiaria.com.uy/articulo/2012/9/imagen-distorsionada/

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Victoria Sepciu Nuevo concurso RRI Estimados amigos. Me da mucho gusto informaros que RRI acaba de lanzar un nuevo concurso con premios. Os adjunto más información al respecto. Gracias por vuestro constante apoyo. Un muy cordial saludo, Victoria Sepciu Estimados oyentes, os invitamos a participar en un nuevo concurso con premios, titulado “Por las salinas de Rumanía”. El concurso está dedicado a uno de los principales recursos minerales de Rumanía, la sal, que es, al mismo tiempo, un recurso económico, pero también de salud, si pensamos en las propiedades curativas del aire salino. Cabe mencionar que Rumanía es uno de los mayores productores de sal del mundo (con 2,35 millones de toneladas extraídas en 2011, por ejemplo) y la explotación de sal es una actividad muy antigua. El concurso finalizará el próximo 28 de febrero de 2013, fecha del matasellos. El Gran Premio será una estancia de 10 días (9 noches), para dos personas con pensión completa, en el período del 15 al 24 de mayo de 2013, en 4 zonas de Rumanía conocidas por la explotación de la sal: Slanic Prahova (en el departamento de Prahova), Târgu Ocna (en el departamento de Bacău), Praid (en el departamento de Harghita) y Turda (en el departamento de Cluj). Como de costumbre, el transporte internacional corre por cuenta propia, así como el visado para Rumania si lo necesitáis. Hay también premios y menciones en forma de objetos ofrecidos por nuestros patrocinadores. He aquí las preguntas que forman las bases de este nuevo concurso: ¿Cuánto tiempo podría Rumanía asegurar las necesidades de sal de los recursos internos? Mencionen al menos 3 salinas de Rumanía. ¿Cómo se llama el tratamiento que aprovecha las propiedades curativas del aire salino? ¿Qué salinas visitarán los ganadores de los Grandes Premios del Concurso RRI? Os rogamos que nos escribáis también qué os ha determinado a participar en el concurso y, si lo deseáis, mencionad las fuentes de información, además de los programas de nuestra emisora de radio, la página web de RRI o los perfiles en Facebook y Twitter. Nuestra dirección postal: Radio Rumanía Internacional, calle G-ral Berthelot, nr. 60-64, sector 1, Bucarest, Casilla de Correos 111, código 010165, El fax: 00.40.21.319.05.62 Nuestra dirección electrónica es: [email protected] Esperamos vuestras respuestas hasta el próximo 28 de febrero de 2013, fecha de envío. Los ganadores serán anunciados inmediatamente después del 15 de marzo de 2013 para que puedan prepararse para su estancia en Rumanía. (Victoria Sepciu)

Joao Costa DXCB Azores Islands Hunt: um memorável acontecimento mundial No próximo fim de semana, será realizada uma excecional atividade mundial na região autónoma dos Açores em Portugal, em que vão estar ativas pelo menos uma estação de radioamador em cada uma das 9 ilhas do arquipélago. As estações ativas por ilhas serão: CU1ARM - Santa Maria; CU2ARA - São Miguel; CU5AM - São Jorge; CU6GRP - Pico; CU9AC - Corvo.

CU3URA - Terceira; CU7CRA - Faial;

CU4ARG - Graciosa; CU8ARF - Flores;

Esta ativação oferecerá uma rara oportunidade de todo o mundo contactar estas 9 Ilhas durante 24 horas, bem como 3 referências IOTA: EU 003 - CU1 e CU2; EU 175 - CU3,CU4,CU5,CU6 e CU7; EU 089 - CU8 e CU9. A atividade decorrerá entre as 12H00 UTC de sábado e as 12H00 UTC de domingo nas seguintes faixas de frequências: CW: 7000 a 7015 18080 a 18090 14050 a 14065 kHz; SSB: 7175 a 7195 18120 a 18135 14250 a 14275 kHz. O projeto é organizado pelo Consórcio de Amizade AÇORES-FINLANDIA em conjunto com a Associação de Radio Amadores dos Açores e promovido pela Associação Turística dos Açores - ATA e pela companhia aérea açoriana SATA. Participam as seguintes associações insulares: Associação Radioamadores Marienses - CU1ARM Associação Radioamadores dos Açores - CU2ARA União

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Radioamadores dos Açores - CU3URA Associação Radioamadores da Graciosa - CU4ARG Grupo Radioamadores do Pico - CU6GRP Clube Radioamadores do Faial - CU7CRA Associação Radioamadores das Flores - CU8ARF Os operadores nacionais nas diferentes ilhas serão: Sergio/CU1AAD, Jose/CU2CE, Francisco/CU2DX, Guilherme/CU2IF, Domingos/CU3CS, Guilherme/CU4AB, Jose/CU5AM, Jorge/CU6AB, Manuel/CU7CA, Claudio/CU8AAE, João/CU9AC. Ainda os colega estrangeiros: Franz/DJ9ZB, Richard/DF9TF, Nigel/G3TXF, Michael/G7VJR, Diane/K2DO, Rich/KE3Q, Mike/KI1U, Marius/LB3HC, George/N2GA, Martti/OH2BH, Juha/OH8NC, Ghis/ON5NT, Carine/ON7LX, Claude/ON7TK, Alex/OZ7AM, Kenneth/OZ1IKY, Yuri/VE3DZ e Ed/VE3FWA. As equipas Internacionais que ativarão as 9 ilhas são: CU1, SANTA MARIA – Team Finlândia (Helsinquia) OH2BH e OH8NC CU2, SÃO MIGUEL – Team Norueguês , LB3HC e ON5NT (?) CU3, TERCEIRA – Team USA (1) (Boston. Ma) N2GA e K2DO CU4 , GRACIOSA – Team Alemanha (Frankfurt) DJ9ZB e DF9TF CU5, SÃO JORGE – Team Canada (Toronto) VE3DZ e VE3FWA CU6, PICO – Team Dinamarquês (Copenhague) OZ7AM e OZ1IKY CU7, FAIAL – Team USA (2) (Boston, Ma) KI1U e KE3Q CU8, FLORES – Team Bélgica (Bruxelas) ON7TK e ON7LX CU9, CORVO - Team Reino Unido (Londres) G3TXF e G7VJR Sorteio: Todos os radioamadores que contactarem um mínimo de 5 ilhas diferentes terão um número correspondeste de entradas que serão colocadas numa tômbola para o sorteio de uma viagem e estadia totalmente grátis aos Açores. Por exemplo, se contactarem 7 ilhas terão 7 entradas na referida tômbola. Adicionalmente os primeiros 25 radioamadores mundiais que completarem as 9 ilhas terão acesso a uma outra tômbola para uma 2º viagem ao Arquipélago, também totalmente grátis. Estes prémios e todo o restante apoio têm o patrocínio da ATA ( Associação de Turismo dos Açores) e SATA (Companhia Aérea Açoriana). O sorteio para estes dois prémios realizar-se-á dia 15 de Outubro de 2012 e os resultados serão anunciados em http://azores-islands-hunt.com Um LOG de busca dos contactos efetuados estará disponível pelo CLUBLOG durante ou imediatamente depois do fim de semana do evento através do sítio atrás referido. Cartões de QSL: Todos os QSOs serão confirmados através da rede de bureau com um cartão especial. Os pedidos de QSL direto poderão ser solicitados através de José Melo - CU2CE. Temos a certeza que com a vossa dedicada participação e disponibilidade, este memorável acontecimento mundial será um sucesso e a divulgação das nossas associações açorianas, uma realidade. Fontes: Informação disponibilizada pelo colega José Melo, CU2CE e pela Rede dos Emissores Portugueses - REP e ainda Grupo Português de DX -GPDX

Antonio Avelino da Silva Primeiro Encontro de Dexistas de Pernambuco Venho convidar todos os amigos Dexistas, Locutores, Radioamadores e Emissoras de Rádio para participar do Primeiro Encontro de Dexistas de Pernambuco, que ocorrerá: Dia: 24 de Novembro de 2012 (sábado) Hora: das 09h30min às 17h Local: Shopping Difusora Endereço: Avenida Agamenon Magalhães, 444 Bairro: Maurício de Nassau Cidade/Estado: Caruaru - Pernambuco - Brasil Programação: Comemoração dos 90 anos do rádio no Brasil Palestras: A importância do Rádio; A Importância das Ondas Curtas; O rádio nos dias de hoje e a novas tecnologias; Exposições: Exposição de QSL's e postais recebidos das emissoras; Exposição de rádios antigos; Captação de emissoras no local para mostrar ao público presente a força das Ondas Curtas. Confraternização dos Dexistas. Valor do Ingresso (participação): R$ 15,00 Mais informações; www.antonioadx.blogspot.com Confirmar Presença: Telefone: 55 (81) 9741-3846 [email protected]

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Ernesto Paulero Escuchas y QSL´s ESCUCHAS Radio Galei Zahal Radio Belarus

08 SET en 15 850 KHz esta con bastante ruido por aca 2019 UTC español, 08SET me olvide que era la emision tan corta sintonizo sobre el final 20.19 UTC en 11 730 KHz 33333 Radio Belarus 09SET en español apenas audible en 11730 KHz no puedo separar de Radio Transmundial Radio Cairo 09SET Creo que es Radio Cairo en 15545 KHz arabe y musica ärabe Hora UTC 15,10 SINPO 23222 Actualidad DX en el aire 11SET en 15345 KHz programa de recuerdo A Gabriel Iván Barrera Radio Verdad 11SET en 4055 KHz hay una emision en español presumo que es Radio Verdad Voice of Wilderness 12SET en el aire en 15630 KHz en coreano muy buena señal por Argentina 13.00 UTC en adelante Radio Huanta 13SET en 4747 KHz en español 00.03 UTC Radio Philipinas 14SET en 11 720 KHz en idioma inglés ahora 19.19 UTC Radio Martí 15SET en 11930 KHz transmision de Beisbol , UTC 23.45 SINPO 44444 Radio Libia 16SET ahora en 11600 KHz confirmado radio Libia muy buena señal 18.18 UTC Radio Libia 18SET reactivada en 11600 KHz ya van 3 dias de emision entre las 18.00 y las 20.00 utc Zanzibar broadcasting Corporation 17SET en el aire en 11735 KHz muy buena señal en Swahili comentarios Locutora y musica 20.15 UTC en adelante Radio Damasco 18SET en 9330 KHz en español sinpo ahora 22'10 UTC 34333 Radio Damasco 22SET hasta las 23.00 emitio en español y no hubo cierre, continúa emitiendo no sé en que idioma , no se si es árabe o qué ? el cierre se produjo 23.05 UTC AM 890 Uruguay 19SET en AM 890 AM Sport Line con buena señal por Florida Oeste AFN diego García 21SET Muy bajito en 4319 KHz USB apenas se escucha 22.45 UTC Radio Free Chosun 22SET en coreano en 7505 KHz SINPO 34333 2035 UTC LS11 Radio Provincia 23SET Muy bien escuchado por aca por Florida , el programa Las radios del mundo, que contiene a Frecuencia al día y a la matinal de Radio Netherland a las 1100 UTC por 1270 KHz

QSL´S RFA Radio Free Asia confirma informe de recepcion del 7 Junio 2012 por 11 605 KHz desde el centro emisor de IBB´s Tinian Relay site QSL con las foto panoramica de las antenas y (Como siempre) un tajo en el costado como si la hubieran querido partir al medio. Radio Diagonal AM 1630 Confirmacion electronica: CONFIRMO RECEPCION de SINTONIA 04 de septiembre de 2012 FRECUENCIA AM1630 DIAGONAL La Plata Buenos Aires - República Argentina SAludos cordiales desde Argentina!! - "en la punta del dial AM 1630 Diagonal" On Tue, 4 Sep 2012 11:52:02 -0700 (PDT), ernesto paulero wrote: ESTACIÓN SWL DE ARGENTINA LU-229-0006 INTEGRANTE GRUPO RADIO ESCUCHA ARGENTINO GRA Nombre : Ernesto Paulero Dirección: Libertad Nº 3265 Localidad: Florida Vicente López Código Postal : 1602 Provincia: Provincia de Buenos Aires País: República Argentina. Telefono: 05411-4730-1499 Tel-Movil:05422-1534508838 Hola amigos los escuché desde los 34º31`56.55 Lat Sur / 58º30`32.67 long Oeste Fecha: 04 Septiembre 2012 Hora UTC: 18.30 Frecuencia: 1 630 KHz Banda de: 184 metros TX: ARG SIO : 343 Receptores: ICOM R 75 Radio Netherland Recibida la QSL GoodBye .....and Thanks ! confirmando escucha 29 Junio 2012 6165 KHz firmada Por Jaime Baguena

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Marcelo A. Cornachioni ESCUCHAS Nuevas emisoras de AM en el AMBA Amigos, Después de un cierto tiempo que no aparecían nuevas radios de AM de carácter "no oficial" en la zona de Capital Federal y el Gran Buenos Aires (AMBA), aparecieron dos juntas... 1200 KHz, nueva emisora NO IDENTIFICADA con transmisiones de prueba, difundiendo solo música y algunos breves anuncios. Se supone que emitedesde el Gran Buenos Aires.1380 KHz, AM 20 DE AGOSTO, nueva emisora que emite desde la calle Francia Nº 2732 del Barrio Los Frutales, localidad de Longchamps, Partido de Almirante Brown, Provincia de Buenos Aires. Su director es el Sr. Raúl Duarte. Por ahora tiene pocos programas en el aire.- Esta es la tercera emisora que emite desde Longchamps, y que se suma a RADIO 26 DE JULIO (1580 KHz) y la inactiva RADIO FUEGO (1540 KHz).Vale señalar que en 1380 KHz operaba hasta hace un tiempo la emisora religiosa evangélica denominada RADIO REDENTOR, desde Claypole (también en el Partido de Almirante Brown), pero está inactiva.AM 1330 Rosario 21SET Complementando la información suministrada por Arnaldo, la nueva emisora rosarina activa en 1330 KHz, se denomina "AM 1330", y la misma comenzó emisiones el pasado 21 de Agosto de 2012. La radio es operada por el multimedio Mariatti Medios S.A., con QTH en Rioja 670, (S2000AYF) Rosario, Provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina. La emisora anuncia los siguientes teléfonos de contacto para oyentes: (0341) 679-9308 y 6799309, y las transmisiones se pueden seguir también a través de la Web: www.am1330rosario.com. La emisora fue adjudicada mediante el Decreto Nº 1262/10 en favor de la Sra María Alejandra Monserrat y el director de la misma Marcelo Volpi.

Anatoly Klepov Extracto del boletín RUS-DX # 680, 09 September 2012 Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 09 , September 2012 Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic version - Time : UTC Chief Editor : Anatoly Klepov Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova E-mail : [email protected] Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian / English) “RUS-DX” may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and “RUS-DX” as source. RUSSIA “VOICE OF RUSSIA” Voice of Russia VOR 15425 0240 GMT English 444 Sept 6 YL with comments on school children using Cell phones. OM saying children cell phones for social connections these days. Mackenzie-CA. (Stewart MacKenzie, WDX6AA Huntington Beach, California, United States of America Rcvrs: Kenwood R5000 and Grundig Satellit 650) Khabarovskiy kray. Komsomolsk-na-Amure. NEED HELP Hello! Excuse me for disturbing you, but I have a question. The fact is that I am interested in the business of broadcasting and nowhere can't find the broadcasting of the Caspian sea (meteorological forecasts made phone). Prompt, where you can find them. Sincerely, DX from Kerch, Victor. 73! The editor. If you have information, please write to the address of the editorial RUS-DX . KYRGYZSTAN 5 September 2012. 1342-1355 UTC, KGZ, 1287 kHz, reports on Russian sports news, the weather, ID: "Birinchi Radio", "First information", Bishkek - 150 kW. 35433 (QTH: Almaty - 43 degrees 15'N, 76 DEGREES 57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 - AN: Degen DE31MS. Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / “open_dx”) LITHUANIA / JAPAN Starts slowly appearing Radio signal of Japan from 03.30 to 0400 UTC on frequency 1386 kHz (Sitkunai, Lithuania 500 kW). If 24 August took them in the village, the signal was at 1-2 points, then today (2 September 2012) in Ryazan took on a hard two. Receiver: Degen 1103 - Telescopic antenna: (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”)

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TAJIKISTAN / JAPAN on September 3, 2012 accept with 1600 UTC Radio Japan in Russian on the frequency 927 kHz. Heard very good, 45444 - 55454. Transmitter in Dushanbe, power 300кВт (information from the correspondence with the station). In Kostanai, too, was heard a good idea, at 3-4. (QTH: Almaty - 43 degrees 15'N, 76 DEGREES 57'E - RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 - AN: magnetic Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / “deneb-radio-dx”) SHORTWAVE BULLETIN - Issue no. 1752, 19 August , 2012. edited by Thomas Nilsson, Sweden 4765,06 9.8 2130 Tajik Radio, Yangiyul med prat och lokal musik. HR 4795 18.8 1750 Kirghiz Radio 1, Bishqeq. Här kördes det klassisk musik för fulla muggar. //4010 men bättre på 4795. 5930 14.8 1410 GTRK "Murman", Mochegorsk. med regionalt för Murmanskområdet och Kola. Signalen blev betydligt risigare då man körde regionalt än då man körde Radio Rossii, så antingen sänker man effekten eller så skiftar man till annan antenn. //657. HR 6160 14.8 1425 GTRK "Pomorye", Archangelsk. ID:ade fint "Radio Pomorye" innan väderrapport för Archangelskaya Oblast. World DX Club - DX News August 2012 - Edited for Contact Magazine by Mike Barraclough - U.K. ABKHAZIA Avtoradio, Russian FM station, heard on 9535 with identification in Russian and playing "Every Breath You Take" by the Police at 0813 June 22 after end of programme of Abkhaz Radio in vernacular and Russian. (Rumen Pankov, Bulgaria, Australian DX News via DX Listening Digest) DX RE MIX NEWS # 747, - Editor : Ivo Ivanov, Sofia, Bulgaria BELGIUM(non) From Sep.3 no signal from Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish: 0300-1900 on 11530 SMF 300/500 kW / 129 deg to WeAs, maybe new frequency DX-Window No. 462 - from the Danish Shortwave Club International Denmark – Editor and Distributor: Anker Petersen - September 05, 2012 --------------------------------------------------------------------------DX NEWS BELARUS 11730, R Belarus, Minsk-Kolodishchi, 2004, Aug 17, news in English, 35343. (Beryozkin in CZE) KYRGYZSTAN 4010.10, Kyrgyz R 1, Krasnaya Rechka, Bishkek, 1720-1800*, Aug 22, Kyrgyz ann and Kyrgyz folksongs, 1757 closing ann and national hymn by choir, 35333, only transmitter hum on // 4795. (Petersen) MONGOLIA/ RUSSIA 9430, Voice of Mongolia in Russian, via Voice of Russia in Russian, *0143-0154*, Aug 12, programme about the history of Mongolia, from 0154 a programme of Voice of Russia, 45554. (Pankov) RUSSIA 5930, R Rossii, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, 1240-1300*, Aug 27, some weird music, often interesting stuff before 1300*, poor, slightly stronger than // 5940, R Rossii, Magadan (poor), but getting better into fall, and no WWCR in between at this hour. (Hauser) 15110, Tatarstan Wave, Samara, 0457-0500*, Sep 02, bouncy Russian song, 0459 ann mentions Tatarstan, good with flutter. (Hauser) 27185, IRiT Samara, 0723-0731, Sep 01, Russian weather reports for Nizhniy Novgorod, Uljanovsk, Orenburg, Saratov, Ufa and Samara, frequency and website ann, 34433. See http://www.iritradio.ru/pages/weatherradio.html . (Robic) UZBEKISTAN 12025, Trans World R, via Tashkent, verified an electronic report with an electronic letter and a full data PDF attachment in 35 days from v/s S. Franklin Abraham at TWR, India. (D’Angelo) PUBLICATIONS BROADCASTING STATIONS OF THE WORLD For those who don't already know it, this might certainly be an interesting source for transmitter history - I just happened to find it anyway: "Broadcasting Stations of the World" Archived by the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Issues from 1953 thru 1974 available as PDF and more formats: http://archive.org/search.php?query=broadcasting%20stations%20of%20the%20world%20AND%20collection%3Aamer icana (Eike Bierwirth, Germany, Sept 2, 2012, shortwavesites yg via DXLD) Excellent! These were as vital in their time as the WRTH, altho only with bare-bones details, mainly by frequency in one volume, by location in another. Published by Foreign Broadcast Information Service, which was part of the CIA, not attributed. Inexpensive from the US GPO; I still have a lot of them socked away in my library. I tried reading the 1960 by-country edition online, which starts with ADEN. So tried searching on WINDWARD, but it

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never came up. There are lots of other versions available, where I hope searching work (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) THE GLORY DAYS OF SHORTWAVE RADIO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sf_UzdvTyKQ presents interval signals, identifications and QSL's from 76 broadcasting stations in alphabetical order country by country (Georgi Bancov, SWLDX Bulgaria via DSWCI DX Window Sept 5 via DXLD) It’s fantastic! (Ed Anker Petersen, ibid.) LONGWAVE BEACONS === ANNOUNCING A NEW NDB "ARCHIVE" SITE Yes, I realize that the following is not directly Shortwave related, but many SWL's also cvhase NDB's (longwave beacons). I sent the following to the NDB list last night, announcing a new archive site I'm just now opening up. It's a bit lengthy, but I wanted to give a bit of history too. A couple changes though, today I recorded and posted several of the California NDB's that are heard here 24/7, complete the the T-storm noise of a passing storm :) Hi, Let me start with a bit of boring history first. For five years I've run an OTR (Old Time Radio Show) blog on Multiply where I had untold thousands of radio show episodes available for download (over 1,500 playlists, each with anywhere from one to one hundred shows available), along with MANY old movies, TV shows, etc. (ALL Public Domain). Well, Multiply is changing from a blogging site to an eCommerce site and kicking all the bloggers out 1 Dec 2012 (over 20 million bloggers, only 130,000 commerce sellers). I was paying for premium Service on my site, but that makes no difference now. SO, I went looking for a new home for my OTR blog and opened a site on "Ipernity", an outfit located in France, and although things were a bit different, they were looking REALLY good as I could post a single blog that contained pictures, audio and video files, do slide shows and much more. I decided to change my format and do a Daily OTR post, each day of the week a different genre of radio program. Then two nights a week post an old movie, cartoon and an episode of a movie serial, again, ALL public domain. But things being different, and the laws different in France, I had to stop almost before I began. It seems that public domain laws are MUCH different in France. Things that have been PD for 20, 30, 40 and more years here are NOT PD in France. Something in the law says it's copyrighted for FIFTY years AFTER THE DEATH of the LAST surviving performer!!! So Ipernity said I couldn't do what I was doing (they were nice enough about it though). And there just isn't any place else that I could find that would lend itself well to what I wanted to do. The usual Blog sites where you have to use a separate File sharing provider is NOT a suitable answer for embedding audio and video into the Blog. . . Now to the present. I decided to convert the site over to what I've been wanting to do for a LONG time, that is, provide an NDB Archive for providing audio recordings of NDB's WITH a picture (wherever possible) of the NDB AND a brief description, I.E. Power, Frequency and so forth. This is NOT to replace sites like RNA/REU, or other beacon sites, but rather complement them. A place where one could enter a key word like the ID, Frequency or whatever and bring up a web page of just that particular beacon (or pages of beacons in the case of multiple beacons have the same ID key word). Then be able to listen to actual off air recordings of the beacon, perhaps multiple recordings recorded at different times (such as when one mis-keys as well as correct keying). Once I get the site upgraded to "Pro" status it will also be easier for visitors to download the files from the site, AND I'll have unlimited upload privileges. Today I started work on converting the site over. I took the liberty of using the two audio files of PIS-359 that Daniele IZ5WWB posted earlier. They had some bad MP3 "glitches" that wreaked havoc with the Flash player on the web site, I edited them to remove just those glitches, then "normalized" the volume to bring them up to normal level. NO other editing, noise reduction, etc. was used. Due credit was given to Daniele for the recordings (as I will ALWAYS try to do). While it's only a start (I may add more features later), you may see the results here. . http://www.ipernity.com/blog/ko6bb/409333 Tell me what you think; ALL suggestions, pro or con are welcome. This will be a looooonnnnnggggg drawn out process, and any help that is provided by other beaconeers in the form of audio files, pictures, beacon information, SCREEN SHOTS, etc. will receive full credit in the applicable blog pages. Seeing as how NDBs are quickly going dark, it seems more each month disappear, there may be a time when this, along with our logs will be the only record we have of what they actually sounded like. -- 73 de (Phil, KO6BB, Atchley, http://www.qsl.net/ko6bb/ (Web Page) http://www.ipernity.com/home/ko6bb (NDB Blog)

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Roberto Pavanello Escuchas y QSL´s Escuchas 918 2/9 1026 3/9 1035 2/9 1224 3/9 1368 8/9 1566 2/9 3905 8/9 4925 8/9 4940 8/9 6255 8/9 6265 9/9 6285 9/9 6295 8/9 6300 2/9 7295 8/9 9655 2/9 11695 2/9 11740 2/9 11780 2/9

22.45 20.57 22.50 21.34 23.40 22.55 23.15 00.10 00.15 22.50 08.40 09.00 22.55 22.05 23.10 22.30 22.10 16.30 22.00

R. Intereconomia - Madrid SS talk su servizio sanitario suff. R. Jaen - SS ID e NX locali buono R. Northsound 2 - Aberdeen EE talk su festival suff. COPE - Mallorca SS ID e pubblicità locale suff R. Challanger - Villa d' Este IT talk su mitologia buono Eagle Extra - Guildford EE MX suff. The Technische Man - Postbus 65 - 7260 AB Ruurlo - Olanda Dutch ID e MX buono R. Educ. Rural - Tefè PP predica suff. A.I.R. - Guwahati Hindy MX locale suff. R. Telstar South - ?? EE ID e MX buono Geronimo Shortwave - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono R. Focus Int. - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono R. Bogusman - [email protected] EE ID TRX R. - ??? EE ID e MX buono Traxx FM - Kuala Lumpur EE NX suff. R. PMR - Tiraspol EE storia moldava ottimo R. Australia - Melbourne Indonesianon intervista buono KSDA - Guam EE ID buono R. Nac. Amazonas - Brasilia PP calcio buono

1026 1044 1080 1215 1287

12/9 12/9 11/9 12/9 11/9

19.45 19.57 19.57 19.37 19.40

1557 1557 1575 3905 6293 9625 9705 15191

11/9 12/9 11/9 15/9 15/9 15/9 15/9 15/9

21.40 05.45 21.55 21.30 21.40 22.10 22.20 21.35

R. Asturias – Oviedo SS pgr. locale partita del Real Oviedo suff. R. Valladolid –ID e pubblicità locale buono R. Mallorca – SS pubblicità Cerveceria in Cala Mirror buono COPE – Cordoba SS ID e pubblicità locale suff. R. Lleida – Catalano NX su manifestazione in Barcelona buono ( tutte le SER catalane erano in parallelo sconnesse dalla rete nazionale ) Gold AM – Mix di 2 TX EE MX insuf. (Nizza off ) France Inter – Nice FF NX buono( riattivata ) R. Pamplona – SS ID e NX locali buono R. Alice - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono R. Rainbow - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono CBC North Quebec Service - Montreal Bahasa ID e NX buono Voix du Sahel - Niamey FF MX afro buono R. Inconfidencia - Belo Horizonte PP MX buono

1071 1510 3330 3905 4775 4915 4955 6070

20/9 22/9 22/9 22/9 22/9 22/9 22/9 22/9

19.10 04.10 03.50 23.20 23.30 04.00 23.10 04.05

A.I.R. - Rajikot Urdu talk OM suff. WWNZ - Boston EE talk suff. CHU - Ottawa EE/FF ID e pip pip buono R. Underground - [email protected] EE ID e R. Tarma - SS MX suff. R. Difusora - Macapà PP jinglee buono R. Cultural Amauta - Huanta SS predica suff. CFRX - Toronto EE sport suff.

www.playdx.com www.bclnews.it QSL´s Radio Focus Int. 6245 KHz - [email protected] con testo allegato in 17 giorni.

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MX buono

Miguel Castellino Escuchas Esta mañana (11SET), sobre las 10:00 UTC, había muy buena propagación para Colombia (Bogotá), se escuchaban muy claramente en 1040 Colmundo y en 1070 R.Santa Fe (sin vestigios de R.El Mundo con KA9AY al Oeste). Se chequeraron otras posibles fq. pero, lamentablemente, no se pudieron captar otras emisoras de la zona. Esta mañana 14SET (entre las 10:00 / 11:00 UTC) había buena propagación y bajo ruido en bandas tropicales, respecto a las condiciones de los últimos tiempos: 3205 NBC Sandaun (baja modulación) 3235 Emisora no Id. Baja modulación pero portadora alta. No se si tratará de algún espúreo. Alguna idea? 3315 NBC Manus 4785 Emisora brasileña no identificada (R.Caiari?). Hace mucho que no se escuchaba nada en esta fq. 4835 Australia 4870 Portadora sin modulación audible (RRI Wamena?). También se escuchaban casi todas las peruanas activas en tropicales. Este sábado a la mañana (17SET) había muy buena propagación para el Perú, escuchándose un buen número de emisoras del hermano país (con la KA9Y orientada al Oeste). La única no escuchada anteriormente, cuyo audio adjunto, fue la siguiente: 1320 R.Perú, Juliaca?, 10:19, 15/09/2012, Mx e Id, "La hora en Radio Perú las 5 y19", 22322. La interferencia era producida por LV24 de Tunuyan retransmitiendo programación de R.Del Plata a menos de 100 km. de la ciudad de Mendoza, por momentos inaudible debajo de la emisora peruana!!!! Emisoras Peruanas en mw (19SET) Esta mañana se escuchaban varias emisoras peruanas entre las 09:15 y las 10:00 UTC. 1310 R.Libertad, Arequipa (muy baja y con mucho fading pero audible gracias a elimninación de Nacional de Gualeguaychú con la KA9Y). 1060 R.Studio 1060 (probable), Cuzco con avisos de Wanchaq (cuando empezó a entrar con mayor intensidad, sobre las 09:50, empezó a transmitir R.María de Santiago). 1110 R.Feliz, Lima (muy buena señal) .

Moises Knochen Escuchas Radio Huanta

R. Tirana

R. Nacional

13 SET Siendo las 0010 UTC en el receptor SDR holandés, en esa frecuencia se escucha algo muy muy bajito, claramente alguien hablando. No puedo creer que se pueda recibir esa emisora en Europa con una antenita de 10 cm, por más activa que sea... At 21:03 13/09/2012, you wrote: en 4747 KHz en español 00.03 UTC ¿Alguien ha podido escuchar en el Rio de la Plata la emisión en inglés de las 0130 UTC en 7425 kHz?. Luego de escucharla varios días por el receptor web-SDR holandés, hoy probé con el Degen DE1103 y algo se oía casi al nivel del ruido, confirmé qué era cuando emitieron la señal de intervalo. Considerando que yo usé una antena telescópica dentro de la casa, supongo que debe haber recepción decente en un mejor lugar y con una mejor antena. De paso comento que el audio en esa frecuencia es atroz, unido al acento hace difícil comprender lo que dicen. Hoy de tarde 23SET en la banda de 49 m noté la falta de en 6060 kHz, pero hete aquí que en 6028.5 aproximadamente había una emisora argentina con fútbol, horriblemente distorsionada. No me dio la paciencia para esperar una identificación, pero debió ser R. Nacional. Supongo que será otra etapa de la falla del transmisor, ahora ya aparece corrida de frecuencia. Y espurios por todos lados por supuesto.

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Álex Robert QSL´s FIlipinas: 15385 Voz da América, via Filipinas. 26 dias. Recebido: Cartão QSL. V/S:(?). Informe de recepção enviado via email a [email protected] (Álex Robert, Duas Estradas PB). -Segue os Dados das Confirmações Recebidas Entre 17-21/09/2012: *Armênia: 12.060 Voz da Rússia - Yeveran Gavar-ARM-Recebido QSL full data,, schedule frequency do serviço português.43 dias. V/S: Apresentadora do Programa Correio da Amizade. Informe enviado por e-mail:[email protected]: Voz da Rússia. Rua Piátnitskaia 25, 115326 Moscou, Rússia. (Álex Robert; Duas Estradas - Paraiba - Brasil). *Canadá: 11.795 KBS World - Sackville-CAN-Recebido QSL full data,schedule frequency do serviço espanhol.28 dias. V/S: Sem Assinatura. Informe enviado por e-mail: [email protected]: KBS WORLD Radio, Korean Broadcasting System, Yeouido-dong 18, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea (150-790). (Álex Robert; Duas Estradas - Paraiba - Brasil). 9.795 Rádio Japão - Sackville-CAN-Recebido QSL full data,schedule frequency.43 dias. V/S: Sem Assinatura. Informe enviado pelo web site da emissora:http//www.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/english/contact/index.html.QTH: Rádio Japão, Tóquio 150-8001,Japão.(Álex Robert; Duas Estradas - Paraiba - Brasil).

Jose Kucher Escuchas Radio Cielo

16SET Lima Peru AM 1010 Khz 5:30 UTC Neuquen Capital Argentina Sony 7600GR http://youtu.be/t2j1-FHek48

Escuchas Neuquen capital 18/09/2012 Sobre 09:00 UTC llegando en muy buena forma por Neuquen Capital, AM 840 LV9 Radio Salta, www.radiosalta.com AM 990 LRH202 Radio Formosa http://am990formosa.com Saludos, Jose Kucher, Neuquen Patagonia Agentina Nueva Radio Am 550 Neuquen hoy ya en aire, veremos quien es el primero que la reporta Captaciones 22-09-2012 Captaciones en Neuquen Capital Argentina Sobre 07:40 UTC Am 530 Malvinas con programa periodistico en directo con UK Am 540 Radio Serrano CB 54 Melipilla Chile AM 1080 Radio la luz, lima peru, programa religioso, junto con ZP25 de Asuncion con musica AM 1360 Radio Nueva Q lima peru, programa de musica tropical AM 1700 ESPN radio.

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Anatoly Klepov Extracto del boletín RUS-DX # 681, 16 September 2012 Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 16 , September 2012 Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic version - Time : UTC Chief Editor : Anatoly Klepov Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova E-mail : [email protected] Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian / English) “RUS-DX” may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and “RUS-DX” as source. RUSSIA Local radio broadcasting Russia: Local programs of regional radio stations taken: Local prgrs in Russian 5930 1410 Murman Radio 31 Aug 6160 1410 R. Pomorie 31 Aug 6085 2355 Radio Rossii-Krasnoyarsk Sep 2 (Rumen Pankov, Sofia, Bulgaria) Radio Russii On the night of the 2-nd on 3 September took Radio of Russia with 2348 on 4050 kHz and the song W. Aznavour " Mother", and in the 6085 with 2356 news Radio Rossii-Krasnoyarsk. (Rumen Pankov, Sofia, Bulgaria) AZERBAIJAN At a frequency of 2098kHz broadcasts Baku meteo (Caspian shipping company). I would like to know the time of broadcasting. (Victor Tsehanovich) MOLDOVA / RUSSIA Moldova Voice of Russia VOR 9665 0020 GMT Spanish 333 Sept 10 YLs Yelling, then YL with comments. MacKenzieCA.. (Stewart MacKenzie, WDX6AA Huntington Beach, California, United States of America Rcvrs: Kenwood R5000 and Grundig Satellit 650) UKRAINE 9 September 2012 in 06.15 UTC accept “Dneprovskaya Volna” ("Dnieper wave") with the broadcasting of the Ukrainian radio on frequency 11980 kHz. Reception - 35422. The transfer must go to 08.00 UTC. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) The same with me. Look today at a frequency of once 5-6. (Alexander Golovikhin, Togliatti, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) Letter from the Dnieper Waves. Some of the changes and plans. Alexander! But changes in the filling of the gear new programs from radio DX is not foreseeable. That will prepare radio "Ukraine" you will be with us. The new plans are still on technology. The time has come for a permitted power transmitters. And as you know we have the transfer is conducted simultaneously on two transmitters and two antennas. And every added 100 watts of power you have in Togliatti will look like the added capacity up to 1 kW. So we have such plans for the future. The time of transmission remains the same. Now autumn time and there is more work on preparation for winter with the visit for 20 km, so maybe Saturday transfer will be temporarily reduced by one hour. Sunday transfer to the middle of October can be extended for another 30 min. The frequency of more свободна.Это until all the news. Alexander Shilo. (Alexander Головихин, Togliatti, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx” / “open_dx”) on September 12, 2012 has today received QSL from UR-2 Promin, expected to 33 days."The face of" the same as the QSL of UR-1, only the back of the form in the English language-the name inscribed however, in Ukrainian. Time shall only-as pointed out in a report of Kyiv, on the card, wrote in the column "Greenwich", but when he wrote of Greenwich mean (for Promin) - specially assigned after time on the card of the word of UKR. And why-is unclear..in the report as I clearly stated in the column what time написано.странные people... He wrote in the post - 01001, Kyiv -1, Khreshchatyk 26, for Technical service UR-2 Promin. (Alexander Zurman, Shchors/ UUkraine / “deneb-radio-dx”) TAJIKISTAN Radio Free Asia RFA 11540 1813 GMT Chinese 333 Sept 11 YL and OM with comments. AT times music heard in the background. (Stewart MacKenzie, WDX6AA Huntington Beach, California, United States of America Rcvrs: Kenwood R5000 and Grundig Satellit 650) BC-DX 1081 09 Sept 2012 edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany

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BELARUSSIA The Belarussian authorities of Belarus have refused accreditation of German journalist Mrs. Gesine Dornblueth, the Moscow correspondent of Germany radios Gesine Dornblueth had applied in March 2012 a year visa and accreditation as a foreign journalist. The Foreign Ministry in Minsk rejected the request without giving reasons. The Ambassador of Belarus in Berlin Germany advised the Deutschlandfunk radio on demand, to repeat the application not earlier than after one year. Of course Germany DLF radio could also try to accredit another correspondent. Previously German journalists accredited in Moscow were usually easily obtain accreditation in the neighboring country Belarussia. In Belarus legislative elections are held in September. State President Alexander Lukashenko has ruled the auto authoritarian country. Reporters Without Borders ranks it to the enemies of press freedom. Willi Steul, director of the German Deutschlandfunk radio commented: "For us it is a accreditation rejection completely unacceptable. Transparent elections belongs to report freely from this country... " (DLR press release Aug 8, 2012 Belarus denied Deutschlandfunk Radio correspondent accreditation; via ntt Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D; wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 1) GERMANY re 1359kHz - I would like to draw your attention to intermodulations from 1431 kHz (Voice of Russia, TX Dresden, D) that appear symmetrically on 1359 + 1503 kHz. It is a long-lasting problem which does not correspond with German sense of technical perfection and keeping their promises. They promised to fix the fault already 5 years ago when some German DXers proved that the intermodulations originate from the Wilsdruff TX site while they visited the area driving near the site. In my location ca. 150km from the TX site the intermodulation on 1359 kHz has its typical fast (chaotic) and deep fading. (Karel Honzik-CZE, mwoffset Sept 3) see MW observation log BELOW. TAJIKISTAN/CHINA UNID. 15518 Unid. pres. Clandestine Tlk by M in Asian lang. and remote rpt at 1228. Jammed by mx jammer on 15520. Both moved at 1230. This moved up to 15543 w/M continuing, mx bridge, then more tlk. Jammer showed up on 15545. Then found it had moved to 15553 at 1252 w/mx jammer on 15555. Lite Chinese-like mx at 1254 then diff. M at 1259. Mx and canned anmnt by M, 1300 prob. ID anmnt. Then found it on 15562 w/more tlk at 1304. Mx jammer found it at 1308:23 on 15560. Found it had moved again to 15567 at 1322. Changed freq again to 15603 at 1333, and jammer followed to 15605. 15603 went off at 1400. Was not \\ 15487 kHz. Wish I had the Perseus recording this cat and mouse game. Who was this?? (31 August) (Dave Valko-PA-USA, hcdx Sept 2) See AOKI Japan list marked by * - 15xx2 15xx3 15xx7 15xx8 kHz. a lot of Voice of Tibet, Yangi Yul TJK; + China mainland jamming transmissions marked. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 2) UKRAINE From Sept 3 no signal from Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish: 0300-1900 11530 SMF 300/500 kW 129 deg to WeAS, maybe new frequency (DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 4) Live-Streaming on functioning ? Noted radio program audio via media player on Sept 4th: There is still another TDP/BRB broadcast via Mykolaiev Luch in Ukraine 11560 03-06 UT Radio Miraya FM to Sudan. In B-12 season registered as Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish via BRB broker by Ludo Maes Belgium: 11510 kHz 0416 UT, 7390 or 7540 kHz 16-20 UT. Radio Miraya FM to Sudan 9940 kHz 0300-0600 UT. Yes missed since Sept 1st. Off the air both from Luch Mykolaiev Ukraine: Denge Mezopotamya and Radio Miraya FM to Sudan. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 4/6) UKRAINE 11510 Frequency change of Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish from Sept 7 0300-1900 NF11510 SMF 300 kW/ 129 deg to WeAS, ex11530 till Sept 2 Exellent signal in Bulgaria. {Mykolaiev Luch bc site in Ukraine} (DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 8) And what's about "Radio Miraya FM to Sudan" on 9940 kHz at 0300-0600 UT, or still on A-12 registration 11560 kHz ? (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 8)

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11510 kHz. ID um 1100 UT "Era Dengi Kurdistani" Das ist wohl das hier: bzw. lesbar: da scheint noch ein Bericht darueber zu sein, aber Kurdisch kann der Google Translator nicht. (Patrick Robic-AUT, A-DX Sept 8)

DXPedition - 5th-9th September 2012 It's not a real DXPedition, because it's my village house, where I go every weekend. It's the perfect place for shortwave listening - QRM-free place in a mountanious region with a lot of place for antennas. Recently, I installed three 100 metres single-wire, single-direction beverages. See "Equipment" for more information. I did this DXPedition with my friend and fellow DX-er - Ivo Ivanov, the author of DX MIX news and frequency manager of the now 'web-only' Radio Bulgaria. International and national broadcasters log: …………. 1600-1800 9900 ERV 500 kW / 192 deg to ECAf French Voice of Russia - 54554 1600-1900 4975 DB 100 kW / 180 deg to WeAs English Voice of Russia - 55443 1700-2000 9345 DB 100 kW / 240 deg to WeAs Arabic Voice of Russia - 54454 1730-2100 7215 MSK 250 kW / 265 deg to WeEu Russian Radio Rossii - 55453 1800-1845 7480 KCH 500 kW / 116 deg to WeAs Farsi Radio Payem e-Doost - 55555 2200-2400 12155 ERV 500 kW / 305 deg to CeAm Russian Voice of Russia - 45444 2300-2400 9430 ERV 500 kW / 296 deg to CeAm Russian Voice of Russia - 54553 0000-0300 6100 KUR 020 kW / non-dir to FERu Russian Radio Russii - 45333 0000-0300 9430 ERV 500 kW / 296 deg to CeAm Russian Voice of Russia - 55544 0000-0500 4765 DB 100 kW / non-dir to Asia Tajik/Russian/Uzbek Tajik Radio 1 - 44444 0600-0800 11980 ZPR 0.3 kW / non-dir to UKR Ukrainian Sat/Sun R.Dniprovska Hvylya - 34443 0600-1000 21800 NVS 250 kW / 145 deg to AUS English Voice of Russia, NEW - 45555 0600-1000 21810 IRK 250 kW / 152 deg to AUS English Voice of Russia - 35533 0610-0700 9690 SAM 250 kW / 060 deg to CeAs Tatar and Russian Tatarstan Wave - 55555 0900-1500 11510 SMF 300 kW / 129 deg to WeAs Kurdish Denge Mezopotamya - 55555 HAM Radio Operators: All the bands were very busy with the contest. I logged a lot of HAM radio operators from all over the world. I logged several South Americans (from Brazil, Argentina and Ecuador) and USA folks on 14MHz after 2200UTC (0100 local LZT), one Australian on 7MHz and the usual contestmen from Europe and Asia - mainly Russia, Italy, Germany, Ukraine, Italy. The logs are, however, too long to list them all. Utility: I didn't log any utility station during the weekend, but I frequently use them to check the propagation. On the different beverages, stations … The Buzzer (Russia, 4625kHz, AM) and The Pip (3758kHz, AM) were blasting with excellent signal. Numbers stations: The only numbers station I was able to log was S06s The Russian Lady on 6015kHz,

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Nino Marabello Escuchas Estimado amigo de la radio!. Que tal? Espero todo bien en tu vida y entorno. Muchas gracias por mi mensaje publicado en el boletin ADU Nº 56. Aquì una seleccion de escuchas en la banda de 49 metros desde Europa central 5935 16/9 630 WWCR 2, Nashville Px E 34433 5965 16/9 631 R. Exterior de España, Cariari Px Es 14422 6045 16/9 632 KBS World R., Sackville Px "Buzon oyente" Es 45444 6050 16/9 634 R. Habana Cuba, La Habana ID Px E 33433 6060 16/9 635 R. Habana Cuba, La Habana ID Px E 34433 6085 16/9 637 Pur Radio 1 Belgio, Kall-Krekel Id Mx Nl 33433 6125 16/9 638 R. Habana Cuba, La Habana ID Px E 24433 6180 16/9 640 R. Nacional de Amazonia, Brasilia Px Mx P 14422 6070 16/9 946 Radio 6150, Rohrbach Info Id Mx E Nl 45544 6095 16/9 1000 Mighty KBC Radio, Wertachtal Info ID Mx Nl E 55555 Añado dos archivos audio WMA. Un saludo muy cordial desde Italia. 73 from Nino Marabello - Treviso, IT RX: SONY ICF - SW7600G - Ant.: VHF externa azimuth 230 grados http://acquamarina.blogspot.it

Grupo Radioescucha Argentino Extracto del boletín 684 Edición 16 de Septiembre de 2012 ALEMANIA Esquema de la Deutsche Welle con algunas modificaciones introducidas en Agosto 2012: HORA UTC IDIOMA KHZ 0300-0400 Swahili K-5925, K-6180, K-7300, A-9800 0400-0500 Inglés K-6180, K-7240, K-9470, K-12045 0500-0530 Inglés K-6075, K-9470, K-9850, K-11800 0530-0600 Inglés K-9850, K-11800 0530-0600 Portugués K-9470, M-9800, K-12045 0600-0630 Inglés K-9470, K-13780, K-17820 0630-0700 Inglés K-13780, K-17820 0630-0700 Hausa K-12045, K-15275, U-17620 0800-0830 Pashto U-15640, K-17710 0830-0900 Dar U-15640, K-17710 1000-1100 Swahili K-11800, K-15410, K-15515 1200-1300 Francés K-11800, K-15275, K-17810, W-17820, K-21780, U-21840 1300-1330 Chino S-9890, S-11965, U-17770 1300-1400 Hausa K-15410, K-17800, K-21780 1330-1400 Dari S-15595, U-17860 1300-1330 Chino S-11965, U-17770 1400-1430 Pashto S-15595, U-17860 1430-1500 Urdu Kr-13630, S-15595 1500-1600 Swahili K-7265, K-9770, K-12070 1600-1700 Amárico K-9800, K-11805, K-15275 1700-1800 Francés K-9735, K-11810, K-15275, W-15620 1800-1900 Hausa K-9735, K-15275, K-21780 1900-1930 Inglés K-7365, K-9735, K-11800 1930-2000 Portugués K-6150, K-11865 1930-2000 Inglés K-11800 2000-2100 Inglés K-6150, K-9490, K-11800 2100-2200 Inglés K-11800, K-11830, K-11865 Centros emisores: (A) Ascension (K) Kigali, Ruanda (Kr) Krasnodar, Rusia (M) Meyerton, Sudáfrica (S) Kranji, Singapur (U) Dhabayya, UAE (W) Woofferton, UK QTH: Deutsche Welle, D-53111 Bonn, Alemania. E-mail para QSLs: [email protected] Web: www.dw-world.de

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ESTADOS UNIDOS: Esquema de emisiones de Deewa Radio, el servicio en idioma Pashto de La Voz de América, con destino a los residentes en la frontera entre Afganistán y Pakistán: HORA UTC KHZ 0100-0400 9380, 11540, 12015 1300-1600 9310, 9780 1300-1900 7495, 9380 1600-1700 9780 1600-1900 9310 1700-1800 9780 1800-1900 9780 QTH: Deewa Radio (VOA), 330 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC 20237, USA. E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.voadeewaradio.com ESTADOS UNIDOS: Esquema de Radio Aap ki Dunyaa, el servicio en idioma Urdu de la VOA con destino a la India y Pakistán: HORA UTC KHZ 0100-0200 7460, 11975 1400-1500 11825, 15725 QTH: Radio Aap Ki Dunyaa (VOA), 330 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC 20237, USA. E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.voanews.com/aapkidunyaa ESTADOS UNIDOS: Esquema de Afia Darfur Radio, el servicio en idioma Arabe de la VOA con destino a Sudán: HORA UTC KHZ 0300-0330 6135, 7260, 9815 1800-1830 9815, 11740, 13715 1900-1930 9600, 9800, 11830 QTH: Afia Darfur Radio (VOA), 330 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC 20237, USA. E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.afiadarfur.com

Rodolfo Tizzi Escuchas Open Radio North Korea, 22SET 11570 kHz Uno de los muchos sabores de la propaganda anticomunista occidental dirigida al norte del paralelo 38: Radio Abierta de Corea del Norte, que pude captar con buena señal por 11570 kHz a las 1430 UTC: http://youtu.be/pKX_Ezwe17I FEBC Manila, 22SET 15620 kHz La FEBC de Manila transmitiendo en indonesio por los 15620 kHz, con señal débil, algo desplazada de frecuencia y con cantos religiosos levemente desafinados, a las 1441 UTC: http://youtu.be/EI2Ar4nLXlk

Rafael Rodriguez Escuchas NUEVA ZELANDA - 6.224 Khz ZLM TAUPO MARITIME RADIO (Utilitaria) e-QSL - v/s Peter Baird - Radio Operator - Informe enviado a: [email protected] Adjunto: Folleto de la estación que incluye horarios y frecuencias de transmission. Demoro: 85 días COSTA RICA -11815 RADIO EXTERIOR DE ESPAÑA - Emisiones en DRM para Brasil Tarjeta QSL - 70 Aniversario - No V/S - Informe enviado a: [email protected] - Demoro: 91 días 0100 DDK9 - (NAVTEX-RTTY) (Utilitaria) - Tarjeta QSL - V/S Wilfried Behncke - Coordinator National NAVTEX - DWD - Informe enviado a: [email protected] - Demoro: 26 días USA - 9955 WRMI - Pgrm: BLUES RADIO INTERNATIONAL Tarjeta QSL - v/s Jeff White - Informe enviado a: [email protected] - Demoró 30 días Imagén: http://dxdesdecolombia.blogspot.com/

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INDICE Pagina 4 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

NWS187 Sun Sep 23, 2012

Pagina 8 Querrell Jose Kucher

Promueven el DRM en Brasil Hermosa foto

Pagina 9 La Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán Cambio de emisiones Rafael Rodriguez Concurso Internacional DX Associação DX do Brasil Rádio completa 90 anos e mantém sua popularidade através de outras mídias

Pagina 10 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria Associação DX do Brasil Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

Lithuania: KBC Radio to test on 9400 kHz for the Americas Venezuela: Coca-Cola lanza nueva Emisora Web FM, en Venezuela Da redação: resposta aos ouvintes, leitores e amigos do Facebook NWS188 Sun Sep 30, 2012

Pagina 15 Radio Miami Internacional

Report about HFCC/ASBU B12 Conference - Paris

Pagina 21 Ruben Walter Suarez Mika Makelainen

Llegan a Europa los guantes del Inspector Gadget con teléfono incorporado AIH17 DXpedition report from Finland

Pagina 22 Ralph Perry Ruben Guillermo Margenet Associação DX do Brasil Onda Livre

Weird Symbols In Text on YGs CVC La Voz y Radio Aparecida en RadioWorld Rádio, a comunicação mais popular João Manzarra estreia-se em rádio

Pagina 23 Yimber Gaviria

Radioblog. Wado 1280: La Emisora Hispana De Nueva York (EE.UU.)

Pagina 24 Yimber Gaviria

Germany: Stations Eröffnung und Musikwünsche

Pagina 25 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Radio Habana Cuba Associação DX do Brasil Yimber Gaviria

VENDO : Radio HT Motorola EP-450 ( ABAIXEI !!! ) Cuba 6 oct. "Día de las Víctimas del Terrorismo de Estado" Rádio aposta na internet e na convergência para crescer Japan: NHK awarded International Emmy for News

Pagina 26 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Laos: Radio station for ethnic minorities to be launched in Lao PDR Mexico: Concluye al Bienal Internacional de Radio Asociación Diexman Uruguay ~ 2 ~ Boletin Nº 63

Pagina 27 Yimber Gaviria Joao Costa DXCB Yimber Gaviria

Portugal: Radio Amalia, un homenaje a Amalia Rodrigues Convite à participaçion no Dia Nacional do AM em Portugal Taiwan: Monitores de RTI 2012

Pagina 29 Horacio Nigro

Un tesoro de radios `apola` en silencio, al pie del CTI

Pagina 30 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

NWS189 Sun Oct 7, 2012

Pagina 36 Anatoly Klepov

Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 682, 23 September 2012

Pagina 40 Jose Kucher Robert Wilkner

Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 41 Álex Robert Rafael Rodriguez

QSL´s QSL´s

Pagina 42 Ernesto Paulero Anatoly Klepov

Escuchas y QSL´s Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 683, 30 September 2012

Pagina 44 Roberto Pavanello

Escuchas y QSL´s

Pagina 45 Ralph Perry

Escuchas

Pagina 47 Hector Goyena Anatoly Klepov

QSL´s Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 684, 07 October 2012

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CONTENIDO Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS187 Sun Sep 23, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] - [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA - 317 891 8540

Adventist World Radio NWS187.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS187 (ENGMI_WAVx_20120923) * Production Date Tuesday September 18, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday September 19, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday September 20, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday September 20, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday September 23, 2012 * Contents 1. The Olympic Games on Shortwave 2. Identification Signal 3. National Anthem 4. Australian DX Report 5. Welcome to WINB 6. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS187 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:15 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. The Olympic Games on Shortwave 2. Australian DX Report 3. Welcome to WINB * The Olympic Games on Shortwave - 01:00 The 2012 Olympic games in London, the 30th Olympiad, ended a little over a month ago, and now would be a good time for us to take a historic look at a radio related topic, the “Olympic Games on Shortwave”. But first though, we delve into the ancient historic backgrounds of these now celebrated games. It was back 3½ thousand years ago, that the early Greek settlements over there in continental Europe began to hold religious festivals, to which were attached various forms of active games and sports events. According to the

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historians, it was 700 years later again, in the year 776 BC, that the 1st competitive sports were staged that are considered to be the actual ancient forerunner of the modern Olympic Games. The location chosen for these events was Olympia which is located on the west coast of the southern Greek peninsula that looks like a large island. In those days, only young men could compete, and regardless of where they lived and which city-state they represented, it was a requirement that they could speak the Greek language. It was a time of political peace, of competitive sports and friendship association. However, as time went by, the quality of performance in this original series of Olympic Games, which were staged every four years, deteriorated, and in 394 AD, that is a thousand years after they were first introduced, the Roman Emperor Theodosius ordered them closed. One hundred years later, a major earthquake destroyed the area of Olympia; and subsequently, a landslide buried the locality. In the mid 1800s, a wealthy businessman in Athens funded a local version of the Olympic Games in Athens itself; and then in 1875, a German archaeologist discovered and unearthed the original historic site at Olympia. Comes the year 1894, and a wealthy French baron proposed the re-introduction of the Olympic Games on an international scale. Two years later, a revived version of the Olympic Games was staged in the city of Athens. These days, the modern Olympics is a massive international extravaganza, lasting about 2½ weeks, and staged in different world cities on each occasion, with 10,000 athletes from almost every country performing. The opening ceremony in London on July 27 this year, was watched by one billion people on TV around the world. For the first time, radio entered the Olympic scene during the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. There were some news summaries presented on local radio, and the BBC London gave evening coverage to some of the major events. Likewise, at the Amsterdam Olympics in 1928, there was a brief news roundup at the end of the day, but no live broadcasts. Live radio coverage became a reality for the 1932 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, New York. Both NBC & CBS presented live coverage of several of the main events and this was relayed live across the nation from New York to California, on both mediumwave and shortwave. It is clearly stated that the General Electric shortwave stations at South Schenectady, W2XAD & W2XAF, also carried this live programming from Lake Placid. We would suggest that it is probable that several of the other shortwave stations that were active during this era also carried some of this live commentary, such as KDKA-W8XK, WABC-W2XE and WJZ-W3XL & W3XAL. Quite recently, Jim Hilliker at Monterey in California released a document on the internet, comparing the radio coverage at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles with the recent Olympics in London England. In his well researched document, Hilliker reveals that there was no live coverage for the Los Angeles events, though several of the local mediumwave stations did present a resume of the days events in special broadcasts each evening. Interestingly, there was a New Zealand born aspiring film star in Hollywood at the time, the 37 year old Nola Luxford, and she applied to mediumwave station KFI in Los Angeles for the privilege of making a daily broadcast beamed to New Zealand during the Olympics. Her hour long broadcast was on the air every night at midnight, which coincided with early evening in New Zealand. At the time, station KFI was on the air with a recently installed 50 kW transmitter on the mediumwave channel 640 kHz and this station was often heard at night with a listenable signal in New Zealand. In addition, the Luxford nightly program over KFI was also broadcast on shortwave for wide area coverage. It is not stated just which American shortwave stations carried the Luxford Olympic programming, but it is probable that the RCA shortwave station located at Bolinas, north of San Francisco, was on the air with this programming beamed across the Pacific. The voice of the expatriate New Zealand girl, Nola Luxford with her nightly Olympic commentaries, was relayed live over the YA network throughout New Zealand. We could guess that the radio networks in Australia also took the same opportunity of featuring these regular evening broadcasts of the Los Angeles Summer Olympics. The mediumwave stations in the YA network in New Zealand back at that time were:1YA Auckland 820 kHz ½ kW 2YA Wellington 720 5 3YA Christchurch 980 ½ 4YA Dunedin 650 ½ However, shortwave coverage of the Olympics really took a great stride forward during the 1936 Summer Games in Berlin. Up until that time, there was just one shortwave broadcasting station in Germany and this was located at Zeesen, around 10 miles south of Berlin. There were just three shortwave transmitters initially on the air at Zeesen, though in preparation for the Berlin Olympics, a total of eight additional shortwave transmitters at 50 kW each were ordered. These transmitters, all of a similar design and designated as the Olympia model, were constructed by the Telefunken & Lorenz electronic companies in Berlin. When these transmitters were installed, their many and varied frequencies were identified on air with a sequence of callsigns in the DJ series, beginning with DJA, DJB, DJC, etc. The live Olympic programming from these transmitters was heard around the globe and it was relayed by local stations in many countries throughout Europe, the Americas and the South Pacific. In two weeks time, we will present the story of the rather different shortwave coverage for the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne Australia.

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* Program Announcement - 08:32 Allen Graham * Identification Signal - 09:21 Guatemala: Radio Verdad, Identification Signal, vibraphone Station announcement in Spanish, man Local sound, ocean & birds Station announcement, woman Program introduction, “Historia Hebrea” Response from Julio Rolando, contest winner * National Anthem - 13:02 Guatemala: Brass * Australian DX Report - 14:27 Bob Padula * Music of the World - 24:49 Guatemala: My Guatemala, marimba & group vocal * Closing Announcement - 25:08 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. A Century of Wireless Development: The Long Story of a Maritime Wireless Station “Down Under” 2. Report from Portugal Welcome to WINB, Wavescan schedule Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:- Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229 USA - [email protected] Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 27:00 * Program Ends - 28:55 ============================================================================== 1. The Olympic Games on Shortwave: Olympic Games: Background Information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Olympic Games: Historic Backgrounds 1400 1st Greek games & religious festivals 776 BC 1st games in Olympia 394 AD Emperor Theodosius ordered Olympic Games ended, decrease in performance quality 500s Earthquake destroyed Stadium at Olympia, landslide buried site 1859 Local Olympics funded by wealthy business man 1875 German archaeologists discovered the site 1894 Baron Pierre de Coubertin proposed revival of Olympic games 1896 1st modern games, Summer Games only, held in Greece 1900 1st modern games with women competitors 1916 Not held 1924 1st Summer & Winter Games, France 1940 Not held 1944 Not held 2004 Held in Greece 2008 China 2012 England Olympic Games: Current Procedures Staged to encourage world peace, friendship, promote athletics Every 4 years 200 countries participating 3 medals: Gold is gold plated silver, Silver, Bronze Summer Games: 16 days In a major city Widely popular in at least 50 countries 33 different sports, 400 events Winter Games: 12 days

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In a mountainous snow covered area Popular in 25 countries 7 sports Opening ceremonies: Greece athletes 1st in march into stadium Other nations follow Country alphabetic order of name in host country language Host country last Head of host country declares games opened Olympic flag raised, trumpets, cannon, hundreds doves released Olympic Flame Olympia to location 4 weeks, in between countries Kept burning till end of games 5 interlocking rings: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, Americas Colors in each country’s flags: Black, blue, green, red, yellow ============================================================================== 2. The Olympic Games on Shortwave: Olympic Games: Radio Information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1924 Paris Summer Olympics, 8th Olympiad Some broadcasts in Paris Sport & Society Some (not live) broadcasts by BBC, but no recordings made in that era Sport & Society 1928 Amsterdam Summer Olympics, 9th Olympiad Limited radio coverage, but not live 1932 Winter Olympics, Lake Placid NY 1932 Feb 4 Opening ceremony NBC (KFI Los Angeles) broadcast most events live CBS KHJ Los Angeles) broadcast most events live CBS & NBC live on shortwave; broadcast by Schenectady 1932 Feb 15 Closing ceremony 1932 Los Angeles Summer Olympics, 10th Olympiad: General Information 1932 Jul 30 Opening ceremony Staged in Coliseum (Olympic Stadium) & 11 other sites 1332 athletes from 37 nations Gave birth to modern format; from 79 days to 16 days No live radio coverage, fear of reduced attendance ½ million came in to LA for 2 weeks 1st time Olympic Games turned a profit for the host city 1932 Aug 14 Closing ceremony 1932 Los Angeles Summer Olympics, 10th Olympiad: Radio Information 1921 1st live broadcasts of sports events on radio in the United States 1932 Mar 13 Los Angeles times report: Don Lee KHJ RQ to IOC radio coverage, rejected 2 hours daily, most spectacular events 90 CBS stations MW USA & SW overseas 1932 NZ RQ to KFI for daily broadcast to NZ & Australia KFI 1931 up to 50 kW Nola Luxford applied & granted, 1 hr daily at MN on KFI & SW Rebroadcast by YA network throughout New Zealand KFI received 50,000 letters of appreciation for her daily MN program 1932 May 22 Don Lee CBS KHJ ½ hr broadcast, also on SW 1932 Jul 7 KECA NBC similar broadcast 1932 Jul-Aug Radio broadcasts of Los Angeles Olympics very limited Daily summaries over KFI KECA KFAC KFWB New York & Washington stations followed a similar pattern 1932 Jul-Aug No live radio coverage LA Olympics 1930s Nola Luxford produced & broadcast 20 international programs WW2 Nola Luxford in NY made many SW broadcast to NZ, soldiers messages to home Anzac Hour weekly program, broadcast by GE 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics, 11th Olympiad 1936 Aug 1 Opening ceremony 1st occasion of relay from Greece to host city

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Closed circuit TV, 3 different systems 20 transmitting vans Commentaries & news in 28 languages Live broadcasts of several events, heard in USA Opening ceremonies heard live in LA via NBC KFI & KECA CBS SW feed from Germany 1936 Aug 16 Closing ceremonies 2012 London Summer Olympics, 30th Olympiad 2012 Jul 27 Opening ceremony watched by 1 billion people on TV worldwide 10,000 athletes from 140 nations NBC paid $1.181 billion to carry games BBC short term DAB station for Olympic coverage 2012 Aug 12 Closing ceremony Shortwave Coverage 1932 Feb Winter Olympics, Lake Placid NY, live coverage South Schenectady; also MW CBS NBC 1932 Jul Summer Olympics LA CA, 1932 May 22 Summer Olympics LA CA Don Lee CBS KHJ ½ hr broadcast, also on SW 1932 Jul 7 Summer Olympics LA CA KECA NBC similar broadcast 1932 Jul Nola Luxford applied & granted, 1 hr daily at MN on KFI NBC & SW 1936 3 SW transmitters already on air at Zeesen, 2 @ 5 kW & 1 @ 12 kW 1936 8 Olympia SW transmitters at 50 kW Telefunken & Lorenz installed at Zeesen 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics 1936 Aug 1 Opening ceremonies heard live in LA via NBC KFI & KECA CBS SW feed from Germany

Querrell Promueven el DRM en Brasil Tendrá lugar el próximo lunes 1 de octubre de 2012, en la ciudad de San Pablo, un evento especial destinado a la difusión de la plataforma Radio Digital Mondiale en Brasil. El encuentro se desarrollará en el Hotel Blue Tree Paulista Premium, de 10 a 14 horas, contando con el apoyo del Consorcio DRM internacional y sus pares locales de DRM Brasil. Mayor información en: http://www.drmradio.com.ar Jorge Villavicencio para DRM Radio Argentina (c) 2012

Jose Kucher Hermosa foto Hermosa foto de Alfredo Palacios con el microfono de LR1 Radio el Mundo de Buenos Aires

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La Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán Cambio de emisiones Estimados oyentes: Los residentes de la región de América Central y del Sur desde el 29 de septiembre podrán sintonizar los programas de la radio en español de la Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán de 00:30-01:30, 01:30-02:30, 02:30-03:30 (UTC) en las frecuencias SW: 9860KHz, 31m y 11760KHz, 25m. Esperamos sus propuestas y puntos de vista tanto en la página Web de la radio como en Facebook. Agradeciéndoles de antemano su preferencia. La radio en español de la Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán.

Rafael Rodriguez Concurso Internacional DX Responde las 3 preguntas y participa en el sorteo de radioreceptores de onda corta. PREGUNTAS DEL CONCURSO 1) Donde se celebrará el III ENCUENTRO DIEXISTA COLOMBO-VENEZOLANO - EDXCV - 2013 ? 2) Cual es la fecha de fundación del CLUB DIEXISTAS DE LA AMISTAD -C.DX.A - INTERNACIONAL - ? 3) Diga el nombre de 5 emisoras internacionales que dejaron de emitir en la onda corta en los últimos años ?. PREMIOS: Dos (2) radio receptores digitales, marca PREMIER RD-960D de 11 bandas. Uno será sorteado entre los participantes de Venezuela y Colombia, el otro entre aquellos que participan desde cualquier lugar del mundo. Radio Premier RD 960 D Especificaciones del fabricante Radio: 11 Bandas (AM / FM / TV / SW1-8) Alta Sensibilidad Controles de Hora, Sintonización y Temporizador Pantalla Digital para Frecuencia y Hora Reloj Digital Interruptor Electrónico de Contacto 3 Modos de Compresión de Banda Dimensiones: 126 x 76 x 33 mm Más Funciones y Mejor Recepción Usa 2 Baterías Tipo AA/UM-3 (No Incluidas) Conector de Audífonos Alta Selectividad Nota: Este equipo se puede modificar para convertirlo en un receptor tipo SDR conectado a la computadora para hacer DX. ENVIAR SUS RESPUESTAS CON TUS DATOS PERSONALES, ANTES DEL 1 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2012. A LA SIGUIENTE DIRECCION ELECTRONICA: [email protected] EL SORTEO SE REALIZARA EL 15/12/2012 Y EN ENERO 2013 SE ENVIARAN LOS PREMIOS A LOS RESPECTIVOS GANADORES. ANIMATE Y ESCRIBENOS !!! - ORGANIZADORES DEL CONCURSO - C.DX.A - INTERNACIONAL III - EDXCV - 2013 - mas info a través http://diexismovenezolano.blogspot.com/

Associação DX do Brasil Rádio completa 90 anos e mantém sua popularidade através de outras mídias Segundo dados do Target Group Index, 35% das pessoas do estudo declaram sintonizar alguma estação enquanto utilizam outros meios, como revistas e internet. Presente em nove de cada dez lares brasileiros*, o rádio completa 90 anos em 2012 e mostra que permanece como um meio de forte penetração nacional. Leia mais em www.adxb.com.br

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Yimber Gaviria Lithuania: KBC Radio to test on 9400 kHz for the Americas La emisora KBC Mighty con emisiones de prueba en 9400 kHz el Domingo, 07 de octubre 2012 entre 00.00 a 02.00 UTC con 100 kW dirigido a los EE.UU., Sudamérica y Canadá. Envien su Reporte de Recepcion al correo electronico: [email protected] Para conseguir su tarjeta QSL por correo por favor enviar 2 USD or 2 IRC's. La Tarjeta QSL es patrocinada por: KBC import / export, Argonstraat 6, 6718 WT Ede, The Netherlands

(English) The Mighty KBC is testing on 9400 kHz on Sunday, October 7th, 2012 between 00.00 - 02.00 UTC with 100kW beamed to the USA, South America and Canada. Mail us your reception report to [email protected] For a QSL card you have to send 2 USD or 2 IRC's. The QSL card is sponsored by: KBC import / export, Argonstraat 6, 6718 WT Ede, The Netherlands Link: http://www.kbcradio.eu/index.php?dir=news/detail&id=225 73 wb df5sx – wwdxc (via Rafael Rodriguez, Colombia)

Yimber Gaviria Venezuela: Coca-Cola lanza nueva Emisora Web FM, en Venezuela Bajo el slogan de "Esta Radio la haces tú", la Gerente en Venezuela de la importante empresa refresquera, Isabel Moya, destacó que desde hace un año se encuentran trabajando en el proyecto para crear una radio de corte juvenil. Venezuela es el undécimo mercado latinoamericano en el que se pone en marcha el proyecto, que será manejado por FM Center y accedido por el dominio Coca-Cola.FM. El acceso para Venezuela fue habilitado simultáneamente a través de redes sociales (@cocacolafmve). Moya informó que algunos de los programas contenidos en la grilla están "Galleta China", "La Botellita" y "Loco Loco tú lo pides yo lo toco", entre otros espacios musicales alternativos, diferentes y juveniles que rompen con el esquema de la radio tradicional. La banda venezolana de rock & roll, Viniloversus, estuvo presente en el estreno de la nueva emisora venezolana y deleitó a la audiencia con los temas "Bipolar Visceral", "Llámame y desaparezco" y "La decisión es tuya"; asimismo, acompañaron a Alejandro, vocalista de la banda Los Colores, con la canción "Juega bien tus cartas". El guitarrista y voz principal de Viniloversus, Rodrigo Gonsalves, aprovechó la oportunidad para manifestar su alegría y resaltó: "Estamos celebrando que por segunda vez... nos nominaron para los Latin Grammy ... celebren con nosotros por favor...es muy importante en este momento brindar con una marca que respetamos tanto". En la velada estuvieron presentes el grupo Los Mesoneros y Ulises Hadjis, quienes también han sido nominados al Gramófono de Oro, que se celebrará el 15 de Noviembre en la Ciudad de Las Vegas, en Estados Unidos. FUENTE: http://www.unionradio.net/actualidadur/nota/visornota.aspx?id=123292&tpCont=1&idSec=5 Sitio Web: http://www.coca-cola.com.ve/es/index.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/CocaColaVe Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cocacola

Enlace Relacionado: El 23 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2011 FUE lanzado COCA COLA FM EN COLOMBIA. http://colombiadx.blogspot.com/2011/11/colombia-coca-cola-lanza-su-propia.html

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Associação DX do Brasil Da redação: resposta aos ouvintes, leitores e amigos do Facebook Cidade do Vaticano (RV) - Estamos de volta com o Espaço dos Ouvintes e leitores do Programa Brasileiro da RV, neste domingo, 30 de setembro! Recebemos muitas cartas, e-mails nos últimos dias. Nossa página no Facebook também recebeu muitos acessos e comentários. Começamos com as cartas: De Farroupilha (RS) chegou a carta do nosso querido ouvinte Dr. Alberto Fetter. Como sempre, ele nos conta sobre as principais notícias do Brasil e um resumo daquilo que acompanhou ouvindo o Programa Brasileiro da RV! Obrigado! De Conceição do Coité (BA) veio a carta de Auberico Mascarenhas. Ele nos escreveu dizendo que o sinal da RV está chegando perfeitamente à sua cidade. Na carta, nosso ouvinte também mandou um postal de Conceição do Coité. Auberico, muito obrigado pela atenção! Continue sintonizado! Um grande abraço de toda nossa equipe! De Cidade Ocidental (GO) recebemos um exemplar da revista Cavaleiro da Imaculada. Muito obrigado aos editores! Assim também agradecemos o exemplar do Jornal em Defesa da Vida, de Rancho Queimado (SC) e do jornal da Arquidiocese de Niterói que chegaram à redação. Muito obrigado! De Guaporé (RS) nosso ouvinte Altemar Pezzini mandou um e-mail agradecendo pelos materiais de divulgação da RV que recebeu em casa. Altemar, continue nos acompanhando. Grande abraço! Passamos agora ao Facebook! Ao final da viagem do Papa ao Líbano, entre 14 e 16 de setembro, registramos um recorde de acessos! Mais de 170 mil pessoas acompanharam a nossa cobertura via facebook.com/radiovaticanobrasil Obrigado a todos os nossos amigos! E no final da cobertura, fizemos um sorteio de um livro oficial da viagem, que foi usado por correspondentes da RV em Beirute. Para entrar em contato com o Espaço dos ouvintes e leitores escreva para: Rádio Vaticano - Programa Brasileiro - Nunciatura Apostólica - Caixa Postal 070153 - Brasília – DF Cep: 70359-970 Rádio Vaticano - Programa Brasileiro - Piazza Pia, 3 - Cidade do Vaticano 00120 E ainda: mande um e-mail para [email protected] E não esqueça de curtir a nossa fanpage no Facebook. www.facebook.com/radiovaticanobrasil (RB)

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS188 Sun Sep 30, 2012 * Program No NWS188 (ENGMI_WAVx_20120930) * Production Date Tuesday September 25, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday September 26, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday September 27, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday September 27, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday September 30, 2012 * Contents 1. A Century of Wireless Development: The Long Story of a Maritime Wireless Station “Down Under” Report from Portugal 3. National Anthem 4. Indian DX Report 5. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS188

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* Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:15 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. A Century of Wireless Development: The Long Story of a Maritime Wireless Station “Down Under” 2. Report from Portugal 3. Indian DX Report * A Century of Wireless Development: - 00:53 The Long Story of a Maritime Wireless Station “Down Under” Tomorrow, Monday October 1, 2012, is the 100th anniversary of an early and important maritime wireless station. It was on that date, Tuesday October 1, 1912, that the coastal wireless station POA was officially opened for wireless communication with passing ships; it was the only wireless station on the southern coast of Australia located in between what we might call the east and the west fringes of the continent; and yes, it participated in its share of radio broadcasting activities, including shortwave beam programming. This is what happened. It was during the year 1912 that a whole host of new wireless stations were installed in coastal areas on the continent of Australia. The 6th station in this network of new communication facilities was installed at Rosewater, an outer near-coastal suburb of Adelaide, the capital city of the state of South Australia. At the time, Rosewater was a lonely and isolated locality, just one mile inland from the busy sea port of Port Adelaide. The new wireless station was installed into a newly constructed building on what was known as Grand Junction Road. The transmitter was a 5 kW spark transmitter, designed in the Balsillie wireless system, and manufactured in Sydney at the Maritime Wireless Company, which was owned by the Catholic priest, Archibald Shaw. The aerial system was a center fed squirrel cage, suspended from two wooden masts, 250 feet tall and 250 feet apart. The earthing system consisted of a large copper plate and a mat of radial wires. Their 1st receiver was a 3 position crystal set, with a choice of 3 different crystals and cat’s whiskers. Electrical power was taken from the city power grid. The station was installed and operated by the PMG, Postmaster General’s Department, and initially a staff of 3 operated the entire facility. In those days, the Adelaide station was usually the 1st station on this continental island that was heard by ships coming in from the Far East. The original callsign for the Rosewater station was POA, standing for Post Office Adelaide. However, the call was changed a few weeks later to VIA; with the letter V indicating Australia and honoring the late Queen Victoria, the letter I as part of an Australian sequence of callsigns, and the letter A standing again for Adelaide. On October 1, 1915, station VIA was taken over by the Australian navy, along with all other stations in the coastal radio system. Then 5 years later again, the station was transferred back to PMG control; and then on May 8, 1922, it was taken over by AWA, (the Australian equivalent of the American RCA), along with all of the other coastal radio stations. At the time, that is in 1922, VIA was still on the air with the original spark transmitter, though by now it was in operation full time, 24 hours daily. The observatory time signal was broadcast twice daily, at midday & midnight, and weather bulletins were broadcast regularly throughout the day in Morse Code. In 1923, the British passenger liner, “Changsha” hit a reef off the coast of the Philippines while en route from Australia to the Far East. Adelaide Radio VIA was the 1st station to hear and report the SOS signal from the stranded ship “Changsha”. A new 500 watt communication transmitter was installed at Rosewater in October 1925, together with a bank of regenerative valve receivers, all made in Sydney by AWA. The original spark transmitter was removed from service 18 days later on October 22. Then, in 1927, work on a new 5 kW shortwave transmitter was completed at the AWA factory near Ashfield in Sydney, and this unit was tested on air at the factory in communication with the sister coastal station VIM in Melbourne. This new transmitter was then transported to Adelaide and installed at VIA Rosewater, and taken into communication service in November 1927. This new shortwave transmitter was specifically designed for use in what was called the AWA Beam Service. That is, the transmitter would be in use for the point to point relay of radio programming and for official communications between Adelaide and the two eastern state capitals, Melbourne & Sydney. The AWA Beam Service from Adelaide would be quite similar to the Beam Service at the two other locations, the better known VK3ME & VK2ME. It is known that radio programming from the two ABC stations in Adelaide, 5CL & 5AN, was at times relayed by the ABC mediumwave stations throughout the Commonwealth. It is also known that the popular commercial program on 5AD, “Australia’s Amateur Hour” with Dick Fair was relayed throughout Australia, and also worldwide by Radio Australia on shortwave. As required, the Beam Transmitter at Rosewater fed the required programming eastward to Melbourne & Sydney, and probably at times westward to Perth in Western Australia. 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transferred from the Rosewater transmitter building to a temporary location in the grounds of “Minda Home” in suburban Brighton. With the development of housing estates in the area around the Rosewater station, the time had come for the construction of a totally new station. A country property of 66 acres was procured at McLarenvale, 25 miles from the city; and at 1:00 pm on Friday March 29, 1963, the maritime coastal service was transferred from the old VIA in suburban Adelaide to the new VIA out in the rolling countryside. Over a period of time, a dozen transmitters, longwave, & shortwave, were in use at this new station. However, 30 years later again with the march of electronic progress, the countryside station was closed in favor of alternative procedures in electronic communication with shipping. The entire radio facility at VIA McLarenvale was put up for sale, and the new owners were a family that had migrated into the area from Germany. The new owner, Dr Harro Krause, used this ex maritime radio station as his own amateur radio station, VK5HK. His wife Yvonne also held an amateur radio license, VK5YK. This then, is the 100 year story of an important coastal wireless station that was on the air with occasional broadcast programming, and with the relay of other radio programming for extensive coverage elsewhere. The 1st station in coastal Rosewater gave way to suburban housing; and the 2nd station in McLarenvale was taken over and operated as an amateur radio station. * Program Announcement - 08:55 Allen Graham * Report from Portugal - 09:47 Jeff White: Status of shortwave station Recordings of TV stations Recordings of radio stations * National Anthem - 17:41 Portugal: Brass * Indian DX Report - 18:54 Prithwiraj Purkayastha * Music of the World - 27:07 Portugal: Folk music, instrumental & vocal * Closing Announcement - 27:31 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. Australian Olympic Radio: 1956 Summer Games 2. World’s 1st Jamming Transmissions 3. Japan DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:- Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229 USA [email protected] Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:37 * Program Ends - 28:55 ============================================================================== 1. A Century of Wireless Development: The Story of a Maritime Wireless Station “Down Under” Coastal Radio Station VIA Adelaide Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rosewater Station 1912 Oct 1 New POA opened for service; 6th coastal station in Australia, last of capital city stations Owned & operated by PMG Dept Located at Rosewater, 1 mile from Port Adelaide, Grand Junction Road Power from city system, no standby generator Staff of 3 operated station 8:00 am - MN Lines to/from telegraph system Adelaide GPO, time signals Adelaide Observatory Receiver Type 3, 3 position crystal receiver Transmitter good range Antenna twin T squirrel cage, wooden masts 250 ft apart, 250 ft tall Earth mat buried, copper plate VIA usually 1st station heard by ships coming south from Japan & Hong Kong 1912 Callsign changed to VIA 1915 Oct 1 Coastal Radio Service taken over by navy and organized along navy lines 1918 Additional earth mat laid 1920 Oct 21 Transferred back to Post Office 1920 Oct 27 PMG Dept resumed control

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1922 May 8 Control of VIA transferred to AWA, Original spark transmitter still in service 24 hour operation Time signals MD & MN Weather broadcasts 1922 Aug Artists drawing VIA Adelaide WW 82.2 11-8-22 1 1923 “Changsha” hit reef near Philippines, VIA 1st to hear & answer SOS 1925 Oct 4 Valve type ICW ½ kW transmitter inaugurated, regenerative AWA receivers installed 1925 Oct 22 Spark transmitter retired from service, original antenna system still in use 1925 Fire damaged wooden pole, installation replaced by tubular steel poles 1927 Mar 17 & 18 New 5 kW Beam Transmitter under test AWA factory Sydney, worked VIM 30 m 1927 Nov Beam wireless transmitter installed, 5 kW 50 m, 19.88 m, 17.36 m; 6000 kHz, 15090 kHz, 17280 kHz 1928 Apr VIA Adelaide listed on 31 32 & 50 m WW 27-4-28 22 1929 Aug 17 Wireless telephone service inaugurated, 800 - 200 m (375 - 1500 kHz) 1932 Sep Pup transmitter 25 watt installed 1934 4 transmitters in use: Main 600 720 800 m Pup 25 watt 32.55 600 & 720 m TC3 telephony 1917.4 & 600 m 5 kW Beam Transmitter 1937 May Equipment installed, communication with aircraft, landline to Parafield 1943 Aug 1 VIA relayed ABC time signal at 0900 & 2200 on 500 kHz 1946 Oct 1 OTC purchased all coastal radio stations from PMG Dept 1947 Feb 1 OTC assumed full control all coastal radio stations 1963 Mar 29 1:00 pm, final announcement from VIA Rosewater 6410 kHz Receiver Station, Minda Home, Brighton 1952 Some receiving facilities transferred to Minda Home, Brighton Small concrete building housed receivers Antennas in Home yard Large copper plate, buried, as earthing system 1963 Usage of this receiver station phased out Transmitter & Receiver Station, McLarenvale 1963 Mar 29 Official inauguration ceremony 25 miles south of Adelaide 66 acres 1st of new style Coastal Radio Stations 5 modern staff houses built in nearby town 6 receivers 1963 Mar 29 1:02 pm 1st announcement from VIA McLarenvale 1975 5 transmitters in use: 1 AWA CTM2K 2 kW, 1 AWA CTHP5J ½ kW, 3 AWA ATS1 1 kW, 1 AWA CLHIL Antennas: Vertical fan, quadrant, 18 m vertical dipole, 50 m loaded mast with radial mat, 400 ft longwire, various standby antennas 1970s Late 3 transmitters, AWA ATS1 1 kW installed small ships, AWA CLHIL retired 1990s Early Very few Morse calls, then only on 500 kHz 1991 Jul 1 VIA 10 SW channels 1992 Feb 1 VIA schedule HR57 on 2201 4426 6507 8176 kHz common channels 1993 Jan 31 MN, VIA McLarenvale closed 1993 Apr 1 Purchased by Harro & Yvonne Krause VK5HK & VK5YK, antennas & some equipment Building converted into house, transmitter room as radio shack 199x 60 acres sold to adjoining winery, retained usage of antennas 2002 Jul 1 All remaining coastal stations closed 2010 Jan 8 Dr Harro Krause VK5HK died Aug 1 1000 final transmission in Morse Code Program Broadcasting Weather bulletins in Morse Code, and in speech 1927 Beam wireless transmitter installed 5 kW, program relays 1934 Beam transmitter still in active usage 1943 Aug 1 VIA relayed ABC time signal at 0900 & 2200 on 500 kHz QSLs 1945 Nov VIA Rosewater 200 w 1530 kHz 1990 Sep 21 VIA McLarenvale 5 kW 4428 kHz

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Radio Miami Internacional Report about HFCC/ASBU B12 Conference - Paris The following article is being sent to everyone on the NASB Newsletter mailing list. If you would like your address to be removed from the NASB mailing list, please reply with the word "Remove." HFCC/ASBU B12 Paris - by Jeff White, NASB Secretary-Treasurer The High Frequency Coordination Conference (HFCC/ASBU B12) took place at the Mercure Porte d'Orleans Hotel – part of the ubiquitous French Accor hotel chain – in the suburb of Montrouge, just south of Paris. Interestingly, the HFCC had one previous conference in Montrouge in 1994, and it too was held at the same Mercure Hotel. The hotel staff was very attentive, and during the conference week HFCC delegates made up the majority of the hotel guests. The HFCC Registration Desk was manned all week by NASB Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Thais White, who was assisted by TDF's Alexandra Lung during the busy Monday morning registration session. The B12 Conference was co-sponsored by TeleDiffusion de France (TDF) and the NASB. TDF's Jerome Hirigoyen opened the meeting on Monday morning, August 27, welcoming everyone to France and introducing HFCC Chairman Oldrich Cip, who said: “I will start with a recollection of a point in the history of shortwave broadcasting that we undertook about 20 years ago when a group, that later became known as the HFCC, introduced for the first time ever a workable frequency coordination. The system is still up and running, it has become global, and it has improved listening on shortwave bands. Now we face a development that reduces the importance of shortwave broadcasting: New methods of media delivery are emerging quickly and some decision-makers interpret the cuts or even closures of shortwave services as the inevitable outcome of technological changes. Yet we believe that there is a strong need for the delivery of programmes and other content both on traditional and new platforms depending on the personal choice of consumers and on their situation.” Oldrich Cip went on to explain a current HFCC project (together with the ASBU and ABU-HFC) called International Radio for Disaster Relief. He said: “Reports on disaster and post-disaster communication in Japan, Haiti and during the Indian Ocean tsunami revealed that the flow of incoming information was identified as insufficient and even as a source of dissatisfaction and frustration among people affected by a disaster.” Cip explained that “the unique – and even life-saving – role of radio in disaster and post-disaster situations has been well-known to listeners and broadcasters for decades, but no attempt has ever been made to set up and prepare in advance a dedicated global system for the distribution of radio information to disaster stricken regions.” More information about this project is available in a document on the B12 Conference webpage, www.hfcc.org/B12.phtml. During his opening comments, the HFCC chairman also talked about plans for HFCC participation in World Radio Day 2013 (February 13). This project is being coordinated with UNESCO and will include a special webpage dedicated to the event. In his own remarks at the Opening Plenary session, HFCC Vice Chairman Horst Scholz noted that at the first HFCC conference in Paris in 1994, also hosted by TDF, participants were provided with three computers and three telephone lines. TDF also offered interpretation from Russian to English and from French to English. There were 62 delegates representing 29 organizations. Horst read apologies from a few members, including Andrew Flynn of Christian Vision who had informed members that CVC would have a limited shortwave schedule for B12 after the recent closure of its transmitter site in Santiago, Chile. A moment of silence was observed in honor of the recently-deceased HF frequency coordinator Stanley Leinwoll, who worked for Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty as well as NASB members WEWN and Family Radio. Rocus de Joode announced that Radio Netherlands had recently ceased most of its shortwave transmissions, but their former relay station in Madagascar would continue operations under the auspices of a new company called MGLOB. Another Dutch company called Free Press Unlimited would also continue shortwave transmissions. Ludo Maes informed participants that his company TDP had recently changed its name to Broadcast Belgium and its new FMO code would be BRB. Other speakers at the Opening Plenary included conference committee chairman Jeff White of the NASB who explained the week's agenda, and Gary Stanley who gave some information about a new HFCC finance committee. After the Opening Plenary and a short coffee break, the frequency coordination work began in earnest. A total of around 107 delegates participated in the conference either the full week or part of it, and they came from approximately 45 broadcasters and other organizations from roughly the same number of countries around the world.

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After Monday's group lunch at the Mercure, I recorded an interview with Jerome Hirigoyen and Pablo Diaz-Bertin of TDF for use on a special edition of NASB member Adventist World Radio's program Wavescan, produced by NASB board member Adrian Peterson. We presented the half-hour program from the HFCC in Paris that week. SHORTWAVE FOR AFRICA After the coordination work ended on Monday afternoon, Allistair Oliver, Manager of Business Development at Sentech in South Africa, explained all about their transmission facilities and the African coverage they can provide to interested broadcasters. Sentech is a state-owned company with infrastructure to carry transmission signals for the South African Broadcasting Corporation as well as commercial and community stations. It has 742 FM transmitters, 627 TV transmitters and satellite services. It has 16 shortwave transmitters (ten 100-kilowatt, four 250-kilowatt and two 500kilowatt) and 43 shortwave antennas capable of covering Africa and the Middle East. These SW facilities are located in Meyerton, about 80 kilometers from Johannesburg. The site was built in 1964. Oliver said that due to the nature of shortwave frequencies, their travel over long distances makes shortwave an ideal medium for covering Africa. He said “shortwave is also suitable because many countries on the continent have limited resources and infrastructure for broadcasting. In some cases, there is also restricted freedom of speech. And in times of emergencies and humanitarian crisis situations shortwave is a technology solution of choice.” Oliver said that “there is a strong value proposition for shortwave broadcasting in Africa due to the low penetration of other forms of terrestrial broadcasting. Compared to the rest of the world, Africa's communication infrastructure is lagging lagging behind with limited FM radio coverage, limited television coverage and limited to no Internet coverage.” He said that up to 30% of the population in many African countries listens to shortwave. He cited a recent survey carried out by Trans World Radio to determine if people were still listening to them on shortwave. “Listeners responded overwhelmingly by SMS, e-mail, phone calls and letters that TWR should keep broadcasting on shortwave.” Sentech currently provides shortwave services to 23 broadcasters for a total of 3300 hours per month. Current clients include Adventist World Radio, Babcock, the BBC, Radio France International, the South African Broadcasting Corporation, Trans World Radio and World Radio Network. Each morning, the conference hotel package included a buffet breakfast (with lots of French breads and croissants, among other things), and a welcome coffee break, followed later by morning and afternoon coffee breaks. On Tuesday morning frequency coordination began anew, with a pause for lunch consisting of shrimp, codfish and fruit salad. WHAT'S NEW WITH DRM? Just after lunch, Ruxandra Obreja, Chair of the DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) Consortium came from London to talk to HFCC delegates about the latest DRM developments. She said that the “peak” for shortwave was in 2005, and it has declined gradually since then. She pointed out that 41 shortwave transmitter sites have closed since 2005. DRM's peak, she said, was in 2006, when there were some 2000 hours of DRM transmissions daily. Today there are somewhat more than 600 hours per day. The DRM Consortium believes the solution to the decline of shortwave is digital radio, and DRM is recognized by the ITU. Obreja said half the world is currently covered by DRM transmissions. She gave an overview of DRM's status in various parts of the world: In Brazil, there have been DRM tests over the past five years. Both HD and DRM standards are being evaluated by the government there. TDF did shortwave tests to Brazil from Montsinery, French Guiana at the end of 2011. A local company in Brazil is now building DRM-capable transmitters. In India, successful DRM trials began in 2007. Regular DRM service started on shortwave from Delhi in 2009. In October 2011, All India Radio increased DRM shortwave hours to 16 per day. They have ordered two new high-power (1 megawatt) HF transmitters. DRM was presented as the plan for digital radio in Russia, but plans have been suspended recently pending the resolution of a TV matter. In Asia/Pacific, Radio Australia has two DRM-ready 100-kilowatt shortwave transmitters. Taiwan has recently acquired DRM transmitters. Radio New Zealand International is using DRM to feed local radio stations in the Pacific. There is “lots of interest” in DRM in Africa. Obreja explained that multiplatform (DRM, DAB and HD) chipsets were launched in January of this year. Frontier Silicon is the biggest producer of chipsets. DRM receivers are being developed and upgraded, such as the Newstar DR111. Other models are available from Himalaya in Hong Kong and Uniwave. DRM car receiver prototypes are are

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being made in India. The Fraunhofer company is making professional DRM receivers. There are various softwaredefined radios also on the market. Obreja believes that the tendency to produce multi-standard digital receivers will increase in the coming years. What's next for DRM? “We need to build on the good news from India,” said Ruxandra Obreja. “We need to continue and increase our presence in Brazil, and watch the situation in Russia.” The DRM Commercial Committee needs to attract chipset manufacturers and work on receiver manufacturers. DRM will continue to have a meaningful presence at major events such as the IBS in Amsterdam (where a new DRM implementation guide was due to be released the following week), the Consumer Electronics Show in the U.S. and others. “In general, we need to fight the case for digital radio.” Ruxandra Obreja's DRM presentation was immediately followed by an open meeting of the DRM's Commercial Committee, chaired by Ludo Maes, in a breakout room. This meeting was connected by conference call to DRM Commercial Committee members in several countries. The Commercial Committee meeting began with an update on the status of DRM in various countries: In India, implementation of DRM continues, although a little slower than expected. The situation with DRM in Russia is uncertain at the moment, but the Voice of Russia plans to maintain the same number of hours of DRM transmissions to Europe and India next year. In Brazil, the government has not yet made a decision on which digital radio system will be adopted, but DRM is in the running, and the Consortium is working to promote DRM within the country, including its advantages for community radio stations. North Korea is making DRM broadcasts. In Ecuador, tests of different digital systems are underway, including DRM. HCJB has been participating in these. The Committee noted that the number of hours of DRM transmissions has not increased lately. They stressed that it is important for broadcasters to implement and maintain DRM broadcasts in order to interest listeners and stimulate the demand for DRM receivers. It was suggested that broadcasters try to coordinate schedules into “bouquets” of DRM broadcasts for the benefit of listeners. Stations should also use their broadcasts to air spots promoting DRM and encouraging listeners to buy DRM receivers. Stations are also encouraged to share their latest DRM broadcast schedules with the DRM Project Office in order to maintain the DRM website listing up-to-date. Chipset manufacturers are key to the development of DRM receivers, and more of them are becoming members of the DRM Consortium. The DR111 is the latest receiver on the market. It costs $120, but the price is expected to fall somewhat. There is significant interest in DRM from the automotive market, particularly in India. HF DEVELOPMENTS AT THOMSON BROADCAST After the afternoon coordination session, Moritz Steinmann of NASB associate member Thomson Broadcast and Multimedia gave a presentation about some of its recent shortwave projects, including: The Voice of Nigeria decided to build a new station near Abuja, which was a turnkey job by Thomson consisting of three DRM-ready 250-kilowatt transmitters. It was inaugurated in March 2012 by the Nigerian vice president. There is a large rotatable antenna (6-30 MHz) and three new curtain antennas. With the rotatable antenna, said Steinmann, “if a new problem area occurs or if you just want to change a target, you don't need to buy a new antenna; you just change the direction.” A new 100-kilowatt DRM-ready transmitter was installed in Taskhent, Uzbekistan in December 2011. Steinmann pointed out that Tashkent is located on the famous Silk Road which was the most important trading route from China to the Mediterranean. A new 250-kilowatt shortwave transmitter and antenna for Betar Bangladesh was commissioned in mid-July. It's not DRM-ready, but can be modified if the station decides it wants to transmit in DRM to India. Thomson is modernizing an existing station 40 kilometers north of Dhaka, a site that is also used for rice-farming. Thomson built both the transmitter and antenna, so there is no interface problem. Four 300-kilowatt shortwave transmitters are being built for a site in Yamata, Japan. The first one will be on the air in April 2013, then three more at yearly intervals. At least the first two will be DRM-capable, so they save energy, allowing them to reach the same coverage area with less power.

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Another large project is underway in Taiwan. Immediately following their presentation, Thomson invited all HFCC/ASBU participants to a French wine tasting in the Mercure. This was a good opportunity to try the local wines, and as they say, “a good time was had by all.” THE DELIGHTS OF MONTROUGE There were many restaurants in Montrouge within easy walking distance of the Mercure Hotel for dinner during the conference. Montrouge is a pleasant town for walking, particularly during the conference week with daytime temperatures in the 70's (Fahrenheit) and nighttime temps in the 60's, with nary a drop of rain. Montrouge is full of flowers everywhere. A large shopping mall called La Vache Noire (“The Black Cow”) is only a 15- or 20-minute walk from the Mercure Hotel. TDF's headquarters is located in Montrouge. It used to be located in the building directly in front of the Mercure Hotel , but is now a few kilometers away. A large Carrefour supermarket is only a few blocks from the hotel, as well as a pedestrian street with many restaurants. Within a few minutes' walk of the Mercure there were several Italian, Japanese, Vietnamese, Greek, French of course, and even Iranian restaurants. On Tuesday night, the NASB representatives at the HFCC Conference decided to have a board dinner at a French restaurant in Montrouge recommended by TDF. This was a rare opportunity for several of us to get together, especially board member George Ross who resides in Guam. Present at the dinner were NASB president Glen Tapley of WEWN, Jerry Plummer representing Vice President Brady Murray of WWCR, fellow board member George Ross of Trans World Radio and his colleague Shakti Verma, Secretary-Treasurer Jeff White and his wife Assistant SecretaryTreasurer Thais White of WRMI, Jerome Hirigoyen and Pablo Diaz-Bertin of NASB associate member TDF and Jerome's wife Carole who took part in the NASB 2011 Annual Meeting on the Majesty of the Seas, and Tom Lucey of the FCC's International Bureau. Jerome and his wife Carole were able to translate the menu for us. The prix-fixe menu began with sangria (or beer for those so inclined), followed by an appetizer. (Many of us had melted Camembert cheese.) The main course included options of steak, fish or pork (the latter of which came in a large ceramic dish covered with a flaky French pastry) accompanied by French wine or beer. After the main course, there was a selection of French cheeses to try, and finally a dessert. I had something called an “exploding volcano” which involved ice cream and meringue. Others had the more traditional crème brulee. Dinner began at 7:30 pm (early by French standards) and ended at 11:00 pm, giving us three and a half hours for pleasant conversation about shortwave-related and other topics, including an explanation of the NASB's proposal to co-host the B13 HFCC Conference in Bratislava, Slovakia together with Radio Slovakia International. Every night for hours after the frequency coordination ended around 5:00 pm, Vladislav Cip was hard at work in the HFCC Secretariat room, among other things preparing the daily collision lists which showed potential interference between stations on the same or adjacent frequencies. The stations would then attempt to negotiate changes to their own and other stations' schedules to eliminate these collisions before they occur at the beginning of the next frequency season. Each night from Sunday to Thursday, a new collision list was prepared for each station to work on the next day. Then around 11 pm or midnight, Thais and I would staple the collision lists together and distribute them to each FMO (frequency management organization) at their tables in the main meeting room. Each FMO's seating area was designated by a small Eiffel Tower with a three-letter FMO code on it. Of course the largest collision lists belonged to the Chinese, the Russians, the Iranians and the IBB, for example, but the FCC had a reasonably long list to work on as well, including collisions involving the NASB members. The coordination process continued on Wednesday morning and afternoon, with a break for lunch featuring avocadomarinaded salmon, roast sirloin and cheesecake. On Wednesday afternoon, Ms. Mirta Lourenco, Chief of the Media Capacity-Building Section of UNESCO's Communication Development Division, met with members of the HFCC Steering Board to discuss areas of potential cooperation. The two primary topics were the UNESCO World Radio Day webpage mentioned earlier and the HFCC's International Radio for Disaster Relief project. RFI'S INCORPORATION INTO AEF At the end of Wednesday's coordination was a presentation by John Maguire, Director of International Development for Audiovisuel Extérieur de la France, the French government organism that manages Radio France International, France 24 TV and Radio Monte Carlo International (an Arabic-language station) and owns 49% of TV5 Monde. Maguire's talk was about how AEF is meeting strategic goals. He said AEF's three subsidiaries have merged structurally, but not editorially. Radio France International has cut back on shortwave in recent years, but Maguire said there are certain areas where shortwave will be maintained for political reasons, such as China (even with jamming) and Hausa to West Africa, where shortwave is the only way for many people to listen. Maguire said AEF is in competition with Western broadcasters like CNN, and they believe there is a place for a French element in the international media scene. But he said they are also in competition with China. “We impact by existing and influencing,” he said. “We want to reach the maximum number of people in the maximum number of countries.” They are developing a Farsi service for Iran, but overall they have cut languages from 13 to six in recent years.

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Priority countries for AEF include: French-speaking Africa (Senegal, Guinea, Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Togo, Cote d'Ivoire, Niger, Burkina Faso, Benin, Chad, Gabon, Djibouti, Madagascar) English-speaking Africa (Nigeria, South Africa) North Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia) Middle East (Egypt, Iran) North America (USA, Canada) South America (Brazil, Argentina, Mexico) Europe (United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Romania, Russia, Turkey) Asia (China, Vietnam, Indonesia) RFI is broadcasting, for example, French-language programs on shortwave from the TDF site in Issoudun, France to West Africa. They are also using Sentech to cover parts of Africa on shortwave. But Maguire points out that in the last 10 years, RFI has cut shortwave transmissions from 200 hours per day to 70 hours per day. At the end of John Maguire's presentation, he invited the audience to a French champagne reception elsewhere in the Mercure, which like the wine-tasting the previous night was an enjoyable social event. For dinner on Wednesday night, Thais and I went to the Ibis hotel (also a member of the Accor chain) right next door to the Mercure, where many members of the HFCC/ASBU delegation were staying, since the Mercure only has 113 rooms and booked up far in advance of the conference. The Ibis has a Courtpaille restaurant (similar to a fancy Denny's in the United States), which is an Accor-owned restaurant chain. “NEW” SHORTWAVE STATION IN MADAGASCAR On Thursday afternoon, I recorded interviews for Wavescan with Rocus de Joode of Radio Netherlands and Flore Ravelojaona, manager of the Radio Netherlands relay station in Madagascar. Radio Netherlands has owned and operated the Madagascar station for over 40 years, but as of November 1 of this year the station is being handed over to an employee-owned local company called MGLOB – Malagasy Global Business, S.A. The station at Talata Volonondry is about 25 kilometers northeast of the capital city of Madagascar, Antananarivo. The large island of Madagascar is 400 kilometers east of the African continent and has a population of 22 million. The legendary animal life which has been made famous in a series of popular movies is unique. The site can reach central, southern and eastern Africa with one hop (up to 4000 km). Demand for shortwave coverage remains high for this region, which includes countries such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan and Southern Sudan and Zimbabwe. The second hop from Madagascar – a 7000-kilometer radius – reaches west Africa, north Africa, the Middle East, Central and South Asia and Southeast Asia. MGLOB will market the facility as a commercial station. It offers 100, 125 and 250 kilowatt transmitter power, as well as a 50-kilowatt transmitter for non-directional coverage of the island of Madagascar itself. Just last year, Radio Netherlands bought four former Radio Sweden ABB transmitters from a site in Horby, Sweden to renovate the Madagascar station with newer equipment, and these transmitters should all be on line by the beginning of the B12 season. A full complement of 15 curtain array antennas capable of operating from 6 to 26 MHz enables the station to target various azimuths in Africa and Asia, and there's also a log periodic antenna which can operate in the same frequency range. For coverage of the island of Madagascar, the station has two dipole antennas which can operate in the 41, 49, 75 and 90-meter bands. MULTIMEDIA MOVEMENT AT THE BBC Cath Westcott of the BBC World Service spoke to the HFCC Conference on Thursday afternoon. She explained that the BBC World Service is part of BBC Global News, which also includes BBC World (which is the only Englishlanguage channel we were able to watch in our hotel room), bbc.com, BBC Monitoring and BBC Media Action. It is funded by a UK parliament grant-in-aid, but editorial control is with the BBC. In 2010, after a UK government spending review, the BBC World Service funding was cut by 16%. As of 2014, the World Service will be funded by UK license fees. The BBC celebrated its 80th birthday in 2012 and moved from the famous Bush House to the new Broadcasting House. Westcott reviewed some of the changes in international broadcasting. “Shortwave unlocked the world,” she said. “State controlled broadcasters dominated.” The transistor revolution led to a huge increase in receivers worldwide. But recently “political changes and increased competition from commercial broadcasters forced changes in what broadcasters were doing and how they were doing it.” Media liberalization, deregulation and the advent of new technologies have all led to new opportunities. But the BBC's local FM strategy “has been the most adverse effect on shortwave usage by the BBC.”

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Westcott said the BBC World Service audience is estimated to be 180 million adults across all platforms. She said the AM audience (including SW) has dropped, partially because of the elimination of much of the BBC's shortwave transmissions. “But we recognize that there are certain audiences that need to be reached by shortwave, although at some point we won't be able to maintain the infrastructure of shortwave broadcast facilities.” The television audience is now greater than the shortwave audience for the BBC World Service. According to Westcott, questions that international broadcasters need to ask themselves include: Who and where is my audience? What content does my audience like or need? What delivery methods can my audience access? How will things change? How can I provide the best service I can for the funding I have? Other considerations which must be taken into account include: The international regulatory environment – only shortwave is recognized by the ITU for international broadcasting Partnerships and their affect on your content – gatekeepers, no more long-form programs (local stations just want short newscasts that they can use as part of their local content) Costs to your audience (in addition to the costs to broadcasters themselves) – for example, costs to access the Internet, mobile phones, subscriptions, etc. Westcott said mobile phones are being used increasingly for program distribution. As an experiment, in 2009 the BBC gave six villages in northern Nigeria one mobile phone each to use however they wished. In addition to receiving material, the villages used the phones to feed program material to BBC Hausa in London. And over in the US, there is now mobile phone BBC radio distribution in four languages via dial-up telephone numbers. Following Cath Westcott's presentation, the HFCC Closing Plenary began. Horst Scholz mentioned that the A13 HFCC/ASBU Conference is scheduled for Tunisia, probably during the last week of January. Jeff White gave some preliminary details of the B13 Conference, which is scheduled for Bratislava, Slovakia August 26-30, 2013. The cosponsors are Radio Slovakia International and the NASB. Proposals from various hotels have already been received, and the conference will likely take place in a hotel near the historic Old Town area of Bratislava, which is about 10 kilometers from the Bratislava airport and about 40 kilometers from the Vienna, Austria airport. Radio Slovakia International has offered to provide a tour for HFCC participants one afternoon during the conference. RSI is located in the famous “upside-down pyramid” building in downtown Bratislava. Sponsors for other events during the B13 Conference are being sought. Also at the Closing Plenary, Sergio Salvatori reported on the Group of Experts meeting and its plans regarding the International Radio for Disaster Relief project. Gary Stanley gave the Financial Committee report. He said that HFCC income could go down as membership falls due to stations cutting shortwave broadcasts, so the Committee wanted to approve an increase in membership fees. However, they decided that it will be necessary to do a complete review of finances first, and they plan to present recommendations at the A13 Conference. Stanley reported that the last-minute change of venue for the A11 Conference from Tunis to Prague caused some extra expenses for the HFCC, but in the end there was a profit from the conference. He said the financial situation is good at the moment, but again warned that any reduction in membership could cause problems in the future. The Plenary accepted two new members in Paris: MGLOB from Madagascar and Free Press Unlimited (FPU) based in the Netherlands, which is also loosely affiliated with Radio Netherlands. MCIT, the Indonesia Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, was welcomed as an observer member and will be eligible for full membership at the A13 Conference in Tunis. The MCIT directs spectrum management in Indonesia as well as licensing and monitoring of the frequency spectrum. SHORT EXCURSIONS TO PARIS In the late afternoons and evenings during the conference, many delegates went into Paris for sightseeing or dinner. On Thursday night, TDF invited several members of the NASB delegation to a very interesting but not-so-well-known part of Paris called Cours Saint- Emillion. Thais and I took a taxi there with Olivier Goinard from Radio France International. A delightful cab driver named Patrice who speaks six languages – English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Russian – told us all about his hybrid Toyota Prius and gave us a guided tour commentary of Paris en route to Cours Saint-Emilion, which is where the wine from southern France used to arrive by train to Paris and was stored there. Nowadays there is a very nice pedestrian street that is lined on both sides with open-air restaurants and stores. We went to a place called Casa del Campo, which is a Spanish tapas restaurant. Our waitress was a young lady from Venezuela. After another very long and enjoyable meal, Jerome from TDF and his wife Carole gave us an incredible tour in their car of Paris by night. This was especially appreciated by us because it was our only opportunity to do any sightseeing in Paris since we were busy from early morning to late night every day at the conference. During the tour,

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we saw such famous sights as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre museum, the fashionable Rue de Rivoli shopping street, the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe, the Cathedral of Notre Dame, and even the infamous car tunnel where Princess Diana's car crashed in 1997. Friday morning came soon enough, and the final HFCC coordination session. After thanking Jerome Hirigoyen and his team at TDF for a very successful conference, the meeting officially closed at noon with a drink of French champagne and a lunch consisting of something called “croaker steak” (which was some kind of fish) and a dessert of citrus fruit and chocolate chips. In the evening Thais and I had dinner with Sergio Salvatori and Paulo Lazzarini of Vatican Radio at a restaurant in Paris not far from Montrouge called Cafe Daguerre. The most memorable thing I had there was a crème brulee with pistachios in it. But lest we give you the impression that delegates at the HFCC Conference spent a lot of time at coffee breaks, receptions and meals, I should point out that these informal events are the scene of much conversation and even deal-making which often have profound impact on the international broadcasting scene. In that regard, the HFCC/ASBU B12 Conference in Paris was quite effective. This article can be found on the NASB Facebook page (www.facebook.com/nasbshortwave), along with selected photos from the HFCC/ASBU Conference in Paris.

Ruben Walter Suarez Llegan a Europa los guantes del Inspector Gadget con teléfono incorporado La firma italiana Hi-Fun lanzó esta semana su último producto con el que aspira impactar la moda otoño-invierno europea: los guantes con teléfono incorporado harán que el gesto de “te llamo” con el pulgar en la oreja y el meñique en los labios, pueda ser en realidad, la llamada misma. Conectables al smartphone, vía Bluetooth, el artilugio permite hablar por teléfono como el mismo Inspector Gadget y sus creadores lo consideran “todo lo opuesto al manos libres”. Dos modelos desde US$65 Los guantes-teléfono en apariencia no se diferencian de los tradicionales que solo servían para calentar las manos. Sin embargo en el dedo pulgar tienen un auricular y en la punta del meñique un micrófono. Son inalámbricos, pero la recarga se hace a partir de un puerto USB en cualquier enchufe. Los modelos son indistintos para hombre y mujer, presentados en color negro o gris, y cuestan US$65 en Italia donde fueron lanzados. Los fabricantes esperan cubrir primero el mercado europeo aunque no descartan que su invento viaje en los próximos meses a Estados Unidos comenzando a exportar a ese mercado. Los inventores afirman que el modelo tiene la sola dificultad de que será necesario seguir usando los modelos celulares de otro tipo, cuando haga calor, o en lugares donde los guantes no se justifiquen.

Mika Makelainen AIH17 DXpedition report from Finland Here's a new DXpedition report from Aihkiniemi in the Finnish Lapland: http://www.dxing.info/dxpeditions/aih17rep.dx Conditions for AM DXing were not ideal, so we ventured into uncharted territory, focusing on Iranian AM stations. A new 1000-meter-long Beverage wire to the right direction didn't hurt. And, with a total of 13 1-kilometer-long wires, there's always something to listen to. A DXpedition this early in the season allowed for many extracurricular activities, such as building antennas, hiking on the tundra, more generally enjoying the nature, and shooting the northern lights without freezing your toes off. AIH18 will follow next weekend, and at http://www.dxing.info/community/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=2686 you can check out daily what's happening on the Arctic AM dial. 73,Mika Makelainen - DXing.info

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Ralph Perry Weird Symbols In Text on YGs Noticed some odd symbols inexplicably popped up in some of my recent uploaded log reports in some (not all) of my Yahoo Groups. Triggers for strange-looking symbols were quotation marks, which resulted in this ( " ) and dashes, which looked like this ( -- ) . . and so forth. Anyway, did some internet research on this problem and it seems more likely to occur mainly when one uses Yahoo Mail to email your post to the forum. Something to do with encoding/decoding assumptions. One recommendation was to use Gmail instead, for cleaner messages. Will give this a try in the future. 73 - Ralph

Ruben Guillermo Margenet CVC La Voz y Radio Aparecida en RadioWorld Hola gente: Quienes quieran revivir el final por onda corta de CVC La Voz desde Calera de Tango-Chile, los 60 años de Radio Aparecida y los 25 años de "Encontro DX" con la conducción del amigo Cassiano Macedo, los invito a leer la edición de Octubre 2012 de RADIOWORLD. http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/newbay/rwla_201210/index.php#/0 Rubén G. Margenet

Associação DX do Brasil Rádio, a comunicação mais popular Comemoram-se em 21 de setembro e no próximo dia 25, o Dia do Rádio e o Dia da Radiodifusão, respectivamente. Veículo de comunicação baseado nos contatos, ou seja, na difusão de informações sonoras, o rádio é o mais popular veículo de comunicação e o de maior acesso das pessoas. Segundo o fundador da Radiodifusão no Brasil, Edgard Roquette-Pinto, “O rádio é o jornal de quem não sabe ler, é o mestre de quem não pode ir à escola, é o divertimento gratuito do pobre”. Leia mais em www.adxb.com.br

Onda Livre João Manzarra estreia-se em rádio João Manzarra estreia-se em rádio / Rádios locais alertam para risco de despedimento de 30% dos trabalhadores • • Rádios locais alertam para risco de despedimento de 30% dos trabalhadores • Rádio: ARIC traduz crise em numerous pode ler esta notícia na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio - www.ondalivre.com

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Yimber Gaviria Radioblog. Wado 1280: La Emisora Hispana De Nueva York (EE.UU.) Posiblemente nunca me hubiera entretenido en indagar sobre la historia de esta emisora, pero como siempre, la casualidad te pone en el camino. Mi corta escala por la Gran Manzana me puso delante de una preciosa unidad móvil de WADO (y su gemela de FM). ¡Zas! Foto al canto, por aquello de la historia y así me encontré pergeñando estas líneas y utilizando los archivos sobre la emisora descubiertos en la red (curiosamente, en algunos casos si empleas el traductor catalán te da una versión y si utilizas el español te da otra). WADO es la sucesora de una señal que nació el 30 de enero de 1927: la WGL ( la W indica la costa este en el territorio norteamericano, o mejor aún, la parte este de los Estados Unidos como antaño la EA identificaba a todas las emisoras españolas) propiedad de la Internacional Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) cuyo presidente era el Coronel Lewis Landes. El 16 de septiembre de 1928 la estación fue vendida a John Iraci y su indicativo cambió a WOV [el indicativo de la emisora neoyorquina se “largó” hasta Fort Wayne]. Inicialmente la radio estaba destinada a un público heterogéneo y en los años treinta se decanta por la programación étnica, en este caso para satisfacer el auditorio italiano [Iraci era originario de Sicilia] que tenía una gran potencia en la sociedad de la época y cuya impronta la encuentra uno en toda la ciudad, sobre todo en la denominada Little Italia. La WOV se constituyó en la emisora por excelencia para el público italiano, especialmente tras la gran oleada migratoria provocada por la segunda guerra mundial. La programación la complementaban con la que lanzaban la WBIL y WPEN de Filadelfia. En 1959 se vendió a Radiodifusoras Bartel y se le asigna el nuevo indicativo WADO que es el que tenemos en estos momentos y que me encontré grabado en la unidad móvil con el rostro de uno de los locutores estrella mientras caminaba de mi paseo desde las Naciones Unidas a la Biblioteca Nacional para tomar el autobús que me devolvería al aeropuerto en el retorno a casa. En la célebre avenida Madison, cerca de la Quinta. Hasta 1962 la programación fue italiana, los fines de semana se ampliaba con la oferta en español (por lo tanto se está celebrando el L aniversario de esas emisiones en 2012). Al año siguiente la WADO realizaba su servicio dominical en inglés, esencialmente de carácter religioso. La programación en español se consolida en 1964 durante la mayor parte del día (0500-2000), continuando el italiano (2000-0000) y programación asiática de las 0000-0500. Lamentablemente no he logrado datos sobre esa trancha horaria pero me inclinaría por creer que era en lengua coreana que en aquellos tiempos tenía una gran colonia fruto de la célebre Guerra de Corea que aún colea. En 1970 se pasa a programación sólo en español, con un corto período de transición en italiano que acabará desapareciendo definitivamente al año siguiente. Los años 80-90 padecerá diversas ventas, reestructuraciones, aumentos de potencia, cambio de transmisores, ajuste de antenas, etc., desembocando en el 2002 cuando los herederos de Azcárraga “El Tigre”, la adquieren para UNIVISIÓN. Los interesados en ese gran proceso de concentración radial hispana en los Estados Unidos, para pasar al gigante mexicano de la comunicación radiofónica y televisiva, pueden acceder al Report nº 25290 de la FCC del 08/02/2002 donde están listadas todas las estaciones que tenían los accionistas de la Hispanic Broadcasting Corporation (HBC) fueron adquiridas por los actuales propietarios de WADO. Las emisoras de AM (Onda Media) susceptibles de ser sintonizadas fuera de sus respectivas zonas de influencia, serían: ESTADO ID o ESLOGAN EMISORA KHZ UBICACIÓN KGBT 1530 HARLINGEN TX LA TREMENDA KCOR 1350 SAN ANTONIO TX KXTN 1310 SAN ANTONIO TX KLAT 1010 HOUSTON TX LA TREMENDA KRTX 980 ROSENBURG TX KAJZ 920 EL PASO TX LA ¡QUÉ BUENA! KAMA 750 EL PASO TX RADIO KAMA 750 AM KHCK 1480 DALLAS TX KESS 1270 FORT WORTH TX KLSQ 870 LAUGHLIN NV RADIO VARIEDADES KTNQ 1020 LOS ÁNGELES CA 1020 RADIO AM WADO 1280 NUEVA YORK NY WADO 1280 AM WIND 560 CHICAGO IL WLXX 1200 CHICAGO IL LA TREMENDA WQBA 1140 MIAMI FL WQBA 1140 AM WAQI 710 MIAMI FL RADIO MAMBÍ WCRL 1570 ONEONTA AL Por supuesto, UNIVISIÓN tiene muchas más estaciones, sobre todo de FM, para ello basta darse una vuelta por la red o consultar los enlaces de WADO. Asimismo fue incorporando, desde esas estaciones del 2002, una gran cantidad en el resto del territorio norteamericano, también Canadá y Puerto Rico. Si alguien está interesado por el DX hispano en el territorio norteño haría bien en procurarse el correspondiente listado que seguramente sería de elaboración propia o bien tendría que dejarse llevar de acuerdo a su viaje y sus zonas de descanso para poder hacer DX, algo que en los

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Estados Unidos no deja de ser un verdadero placer. Por supuesto el tema de las QSL ya es harina de otro costal. La programación de WADO es sumamente atractiva, lamentablemente no es posible acceder a ella desde fuera del territorio norteamericano en Internet (o al menos yo no lo he conseguido en varios intentos, el servidor siempre me da la negativa al acceso porque no se permite desde fuera de los Estados Unidos, pero uno puede suscribirse a su Newsletter tranquilamente). La red, según el material bibliográfico consultado, tiene 69 emisores que logran cubrir el 73% de la población hispana residente en el gigante norteño. Se habla de una audiencia promedio de diez millones, algo que la convierten en una de las cadenas preferidas por los que dominan la lengua de Cervantes y en once ciudades está en primera posición dentro de las preferencias de la radio hispana. De acuerdo con su web, gerente Carey Davis, los responsables de ventas Rob Corr y Karima Khawja, el director de noticias Nomar Vizcarrondo y el responsable de las promociones Luis Antonio Valera. Tiene varios personajes estrella, Coco Cabrera sería, sin duda, uno de ellos y es el que aparece en la unidad móvil que me encontré en la misma puerta del gigantesco edificio en donde se ubica la emisora. Ino Gómez, Ricardo Espinoza Vázquez, la Doctora Isabel Gómez-Bassois y una veintena de excelentes voces completa el fantástico elenco de la emisora hispana por excelencia en la ciudad de Nueva York. La FM es otra parcela en la que también UNIVISIÓN tiene sus estaciones pero esa sería ya otra historia. Su dirección, por si alguien está de viaje y quiere darse una vuelta es WADO 1280 AM, 485 Madison Avenue, Third Floor, New York, NY 10022 (Estados Unidos). www.wado1280am.univision.com JUAN FRANCO CRESPO - [email protected]

Yimber Gaviria Germany: Stations Eröffnung und Musikwünsche Hello friends, our official launch is planned for Sunday, October 21st, 9:00 am MESZ / 7:00 am UTC. Our tests with the new output amp passed very promisingly, even though we only tested at 25 % of the final power up to now. At the moment we are working on the output amp, we hope to finish by next weekend (6th / 7th Oktober) so we can perform further tests with high power. At the moment only the driver is running with c. 75 Watts. News can, as always, be found at www.radio6150.de! After the re-naming it will be forwarded to the new homepage. Regarding the launch: Especially on October 21st you can request songs for the launch programs. Please... a) send them to [email protected] b) mention "Request" in the subject of your mail. We will keep you up to date! P.S. Please understand, that at the moment we are so busy working on the start of our new station, that we can't answer reception reports; thanks! JUAN FRANCO CRESPO * E-43800 VALLS-TARRAGONA (ESPAÑA-SPAIN-ESPAGNE-SPANIEN)

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Mauricio Pimenta Cunha VENDO : Radio HT Motorola EP-450 ( ABAIXEI !!! ) Ola amigos, boa noite. Abaixei pra vender rápido , rádio Motorola EP-450. Rádio em excelente estado de conservação, todo funcionando , acompanha DUAS baterias e carregador de mesa. Ja tem 16 frequencias simplex progamadas, passo a tabela de frequencias. Abaixei - 420,00 A VISTA , ja com frete incluso para todo Brasil . OBS IMPORTANTE : Peço-lhes que NÂO CONFUNDEM preço de A VISTA com o preço real do radio , porque muitos querem trocar em algo e para troca NAO FAÇO ESSE PREÇO , e ele entra no valor de 470,00 , esse valor é apenas para pagamento a vista e dinheiro em conta . Veja todas as funcionlidades dele nesse link : http://radios-motorola-digitais.com.br/catalogos/ep450_sem_visor.pdf *Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID* - Diretoria geral - Gerenciamento e controle LOGICAMAX TECNOLOGIA - www.logicamax.com.br Atendimento e suporte: (33) 8877-8001 – Oi (33) 9116-8001 - Tim

Radio Habana Cuba Cuba 6 oct. "Día de las Víctimas del Terrorismo de Estado" Instituído en el 2010. Recuerda a los 3478 cubanos muertos y a los 2099 incapacitados para siempre a consecuencia de los actos terroristas contra Cuba organizados y financiados por Estados Unidos. "Cualesquiera que fuesen las causas profundas, los factores de orden económico y político y los grandes culpables que lo trajeron al mundo, nadie podría negar que el terrorismo constituye hoy, un peligroso fenómeno, indefendible desde el punto de vista ético, que debe ser erradicado" (fragmento del discurso del 22 de septiembre del 2001) "Cuando un pueblo enérgico y viril llora, la injusticia tiembla" (frase del discurso del 15 de octubre de 1976) Fidel Castro Ruz Rosario Lafita Fernández - J'Dpto. de Correspondencia Internacional - Radio Habana Cuba

Associação DX do Brasil Rádio aposta na internet e na convergência para crescer Pesquisa realizada pela Associação Brasileira de Emissoras de Radiodifusão (Abert) mostra que 91,3% das rádios brasileiras têm sites e que 84,1% transmitem seus programas pela internet. Também revela que recursos extras como exibição de imagens do estúdio, por meio de webcasting (12%), e hospedagem de vídeos relacionados à emissora (23%) são cada vez mais utilizados. A venda de espaços publicitários nas páginas da rede é uma estratégia já usada por 24% das rádios. Leia mais em www.adxb.com.br

Yimber Gaviria Japan: NHK awarded International Emmy for News NHK’s Great East Japan Earthquake Emergency News has won this year’s International Emmy Award in the news category. On March 11, 2011, the largest earthquake in the country’s history struck Japan, generating a devastatingly destructive tsunami. NHK, was immediately on the scene, covering the first moments of the disaster as it happened, providing continuous up‐to‐the minute coverage and keeping the public informed. Within 90 seconds of the earthquake, NHK shifted all TV channels and radio broadcasts to disaster coverage, repeating the call for evacuation and conveying essential information to protect property and save lives. NHK continued broadcasting this coverage for eight days on its main channel. NHK is Japan’s sole public broadcaster. Funded by receiving fees from Japanese households, it has a reputation for impartial, high‐quality programming, including news programs. Through its four nationwide TV channels, NHK reaches about 50 million households. NHK was last awarded an International Emmy in 2011, in the current affairs category, for its ‘Back from the Brink: Inside the Chilean Mine Disaster’ programme. SOURCE: http://www.abu.org.my

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Yimber Gaviria Laos: Radio station for ethnic minorities to be launched in Lao PDR Lao National Radio (LNR) - with the support of UNESCO’s International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) – is launching a new local community radio station in the Xiengkho district of the country next year. “IPDC has been supporting the development of community media for decades and is particularly sensitive to projects aiming at strengthening ethnic minority languages”, says Rosa Gonzalez, UNESCO Advisor for Communication and Information in the UNESCO Bangkok Office. Xiengkho, one of the 47 poorest districts of Laos, has been chosen as the site for this project due to the low number of local radio services. A radio station will be built and equipped with the help of LNR staff and selected trainees with a particular focus on women. The radio station will primarily provide community-based radio programmes including ethnic language windows in Lao, Hmong and Khmu. In line with the project, two mentors will train local radio trainees from the community on technical operation and maintenance of radio equipment, radio programme production techniques and journalism. The trainees will also conduct target audience research among the villagers of Xiengkho in order to identify their information needs. The results will be used to produce target based radio programmes. SOURCE: http://www.abu.org.my

Yimber Gaviria Mexico: Concluye al Bienal Internacional de Radio El investigador Marco Lara Klahr finalizó el seminario "Desafíos del periodismo en la Edad Mediática. Derechos Ciudadanos, Legalidad, Cultura de Paz y Seguridad Profesional". El investigador y comunicador Marco Lara Klahr finalizó satisfecho el seminario "Desafíos del periodismo en la Edad Mediática. Derechos Ciudadanos, Legalidad, Cultura de Paz y Seguridad Profesional", que impartió en el marco de la novena Bienal Internacional de Radio, cuyo programa culmina este sábado 6 de octubre. Lara Klahr reflexionó sobre el papel que los medios y periodistas juegan en la "normalización" de la violencia y habló de que los comunicadores mexicanos trabajan sin estándares deontológicos que respeten la legalidad, lo que causa daño a la comunidad. Se manifestó satisfecho por la participación consistente de profesionales en este tipo de seminarios, preocupados por realizar una labor informativa socialmente útil y apegada a la legalidad. De acuerdo con información proporcionada por la bienal, que inició el 1 de octubre pasado, durante tres jornadas los asistentes al seminario, en su mayoría mujeres, reflexionó y debatió acerca de diversos temas. Algunos de ellos fueron Estado democrático de derecho y espacio público; Los medios y los periodistas como actores sociales; y La proporcionalidad de los derechos: libertad de información frente al debido proceso y los derechos de personalidad. Lo mismo que El daño social de la nota roja y el infoentretenimiento; Ética profesional; y Paradigmas del periodismo socialmente responsable. Marco Lara, también activista y promotor del periodismo de paz, expuso que "los periodistas no podemos declararnos derrotados, debemos impulsar procesos de empoderamiento ciudadano y profesional". Señaló en existe una precarización laboral que lleva a los informadores al estatus de mano de obra desechable, ante lo cual propuso como opción ejercer una labor informativa con fundamentos legales y éticos", para estar un poco más seguros. También externó su entusiasmo porque al seminario, cuyo fin es depositar, precisamente, una semilla de cambio de paradigmas, hay "gente cada vez más joven, preocupada por la manera en la que podría estar dañando a su comunidad por ejercer un periodismo sin reglas". FUENTE: http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/874953.html (((ESCUCHAR))) http://player.sitevirtual.net/imagenvirtual/eventos/bienalderadio/player.php

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Yimber Gaviria Portugal: Radio Amalia, un homenaje a Amalia Rodrigues Portugal: Radio Amalia, un homenaje a Amalia Rodrigues. 6 OCTUBRE 2012 - 12:50PM — EFE La estación de radio emite la música de la fadista que falleció a los 79 años y que hoy cumple 13 de muerta. Fue enterrada con honores del jefe de Estado en el Panteón Nacional, junto a los grandes ilustres de Portugal. Lisboa • Amalia Rodrigues murió hoy hace 13 años. Pero tanto ella como su música, el fado, siguen vivos en el día a día de los portugueses en muchos casos gracias a la emisora Radio Amalia, que emite sin descanso en homenaje a la "reina" indiscutible del género. Identificado en su momento con el régimen del dictador Salazar, el fado ha ido dejando atrás aquella imagen en blanco y negro para llenarse de color y consolidarse como uno de los principales símbolos de Portugal, ya considerado Patrimonio de la Humanidad, en una labor a la que contribuye esa emisora lisboeta. El misticismo que rodea al fado, desde sus letras al punteo de la guitarra o la emoción que transmite la voz de sus buenos intérpretes, se puede percibir a través de las ondas desde hace tres años. La emisora fue creada en 2009 con motivo del décimo aniversario de la muerte de la artista, a la que hoy dedica una gala especial que retransmite la televisión pública lusa. "Creo que la idea de montar la radio fue el mejor homenaje que podíamos haberle hecho", dice Augusto Madaleno, director de Programas de la cadena, que conoció personalmente a la "diva", como llama él a Amalia Rodrigues. Madaleno explica que el proyecto surgió por una marginación del fado en el resto de radios comerciales, que todavía continúa hoy en día, y se financia solo con publicidad privada, sin ningún apoyo público. Con estaciones en Lisboa y Setúbal, la cadena se escucha en todo el territorio luso y la audiencia, según sus datos, reúne los perfiles más diversos. "Nos oyen niños y jóvenes que empiezan a interesarse por el fado, aunque la mayoría de oyentes tiene entre 30 y 65 años", señala el director de Programas. Radio Amalia es también una emisora de taxistas, lo que es fácilmente comprobable para cualquier turista que visite Lisboa. Acostumbrados a largas jornadas laborales, esos conductores figuran entre sus seguidores más acérrimos. "Para nosotros es muy importante, ya que cualquier extranjero que viene a Portugal muchas veces conoce Radio Amalia gracias al taxi", reconoce Madaleno. Esta circunstancia es relevante para una cadena que también se puede escuchar por Internet y tiene numerosos oyentes en países como Francia, Japón, Brasil o Australia. Este seguimiento internacional es reflejo del éxito mundial que cosechó la propia Amalia Rodrigues, protagonista de numerosas giras por España, Francia, EU o Canadá. Sumada a sus papeles como actriz en filmes extranjeros, esa fama internacional la convirtió en la mejor embajadora de Portugal durante varias décadas. "Era consciente de su condición de estrella, pero a la vez era muy fácil acceder a ella. Sabía que era una diva, pero también tenía muy claro que siempre sería una persona del pueblo", rememora Madaleno. La figura de la fadista se ha ido agrandando con el paso del tiempo en su país natal. Sin embargo, nada más llegar la democracia, tras la Revolución de los Claveles de 1974, le perjudicaron los rumores sobre sus vínculos con el régimen de Salazar, con el que se la llegó a relacionar sentimentalmente. Pero también se llegó a contar que había colaborado con comunistas en secreto. Lo cierto es que las especulaciones sobre su ideología fueron siempre rechazadas por la más grande de las fadistas. "Nunca puse un pie en la política", aseveró en la que a la postre fue su última entrevista, concedida a la revista Tabú. Lejos quedan ya esas polémicas. La artista, fallecida a los 79 años, fue enterrada con honores de jefe de Estado y sus restos descansan hoy en el Panteón Nacional, junto a los grandes ilustres de Portugal. "Nuestra nueva generación de fadistas ya ha borrado esa idea de que el fado era la canción del antiguo régimen. Esa imagen se desvaneció", insiste el directivo de Radio Amalia. Pero reconoce que el fado afronta ahora el reto de no conformarse con el papel de atractivo turístico o guardián del costumbrismo que se le otorga habitualmente, y de mantener vivo el legado de Amalia, a la que también se conoce simplemente como "La Voz". FUENTE: http://www.milenio.com/cdb/doc/noticias2011/719666ee2efda115ccaeae5eea31967e Sitio Web: http://www.amalia.fm/

Foto: Tomada de lyricstranslate.com La emisora fue creada en 2009 con motivo del décimo aniversario de la muerte de Amalia Rodrigues.

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Joao Costa DXCB Convite à participaç​ão no Dia Nacional do AM em Portugal Caros Colegas, A Associação de Radioamadores do Litoral Alentejano - ARLA de Portugal, convida de novo os Radioamadores, nacionais e estrangeiros assim como todos os radio escutas, a participarem numa emissão especial, em Amplitude Modulada - AM, nas faixas dos 40, 20, 10, 6 e 2 metros, Sábado, dia 3 de Novembro de 2012. Como já é do vosso conhecimento, com o fim das emissões em AM a 30 de Outubro de 2011, a Pro-Funk ( Rádio Deutsche Welle) desligou definitivamente o seu centro emissor de onda curta em Sines e a Rádio Difusão Portuguesa - RDPi mantém actualmente a suspensão das respectivas emissões, não se sabendo se mais alguma vez voltará a emitir em Onda Curta desde Portugal. As emissões em Amplitude Modulada promovidas pela Associação de Radioamadores do Litoral Alentejano terão lugar nas seguintes frequências e horários (atendendo à mudança horária a realizar-se no dia 28 de Outubro de 2012 para o período de Inverno em Portugal) : 7,143.0 MHz (+- 5 kHz) - a partir das 09:00 UTC (a mesma hora official de Lisboa) e enquanto a propagação permitir os resultados desejados, voltando a repetir-se a partir das 19:00 UTC e novamente enquanto a propagação permitir os resultados desejados. 14,270.0 MHz (+- 5 kHz) - das 13:00 às 14:00 UTC (a mesma hora official de Lisboa). 29,075.0 MHz (+- 5 kHz) - das 14:00 às 15:00 UTC (a mesma hora official de Lisboa). 144,575.0 MHz (+- 5 kHz) - das 15:00 às 16:00 UTC (a mesma hora oficial de Lisboa). 50,575.0 MHz (+- 5 kHz) - das 16:00 às 17:00 UTC (a mesma hora official de Lisboa). O envio do relatório de actividade ("Log Book"), não é obrigatório mas seria gratificante para a organização receber aqueles que puderem ser enviados para o endereço de correio electrónico: [email protected] Agradecíamos que divulgassem esta actividade pelos meios ao vosso dispor. João Costa (CT1FBF) - Vogal da Direcção da ARLA

Yimber Gaviria Taiwan: Monitores de RTI 2012 Cada año seleccionamos a un grupo de seis oyentes que se comprometen a informarnos regularmente de la recepción y escucha de nuestras emisiones. Su labor nos ayuda a conocer la calidad de recepción de nuestras emisiones en el mundo y nos estimula a mejorar día a día. El trabajo de monitor consiste en enviarnos dos informes de recepción mensualmente y para agradecer su grata colaboración, RTI le manda periódicamente la revista bimestral TAIWAN HOY y el boletín informativo NOTICIAS, (publicaciones de GIO). Al finalizar el período de monitor, RTI le enviará un recuerdo. Si está interesado en ser monitor de RTI, simplemente tiene que enviar su solicitud adjuntando sus datos personales incluyendo el nombre completo, e-mail, la dirección postal y un ejemplar de informe de recepción. Recibiendo su solicitud, se le incluirá en la selección de candidatos y se anunciará la lista de lo nuevos monitores seleccionados al comienzo de cada año. Monitores actuales (01/01/2012~31/12/2012)

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Locutores y colaboradores: (Y) Yochi Chang, (I) Isabel Ramis, (J) Juan Alfredo Soto, (MS) Mario Santander, (II) Iker Izquierdo, (P) Patricia Lin, (AN) Andrea Wang, (L) Lily Chou, (A) Alberto Gei, (S) Silvia Kuo, (SC) Sarah Chen. Nota1 : Con el fin de ofrecerles una emisión más dinámica y actualizada, la programación está sujeta a cambios de última hora. El día de emisión de la lista de programación corresponde a la fecha local de Taiwán. Nota2 : Rogamos escribir con letras de imprenta, NOMBRE Y DIRECCION POSTAL COMPLETA, o pegar la etiqueta que adjuntamos cada vez que nos escriban. Sitio Web: http://www.rti.org.tw Blog Oficial: http://blog.rti.org.tw/blog/spanish/ E-mail: [email protected] Dirección postal: PO Box 123-199, Taipei, 11199 Taiwán, ROC FUENTE: http://spanish.rti.org.tw/Others/monitores.aspx

Horacio Nigro Un tesoro de radios `apola` en silencio, al pie del CTI Museo. La humedad y las polillas jaquean a veteranas "cantoras" y otros equipos CARLOS CIPRIANI LÓPEZ En Uruguay hay 4 museos nacionales y dos de ellos están cerrados: el de Antropología y el de Historia Natural. Allí se siguen realizando tareas de investigación y conservación del acervo. Pero no se cumple con otro objetivo clave: la exhibición. El Museo de Antropología, dependiente del Ministerio de Educación y Cultura, está cerrado por falta del personal de vigilancia, encargado de monitorear las salas y de prevenir que no se concreten robos. Dentro de dos habitaciones de la majestuosa casona que ocupa, en Instrucciones y Millán, están además depositadas las piezas que componen el Museo Viviente de la Radio y las Comunicaciones. Todas ellas fueron reunidas a lo largo de tres décadas por el técnico y coleccionista Antonio Tormo y su esposa Ligia Ferreira. Pero cada día que pasa es más difícil albergar allí el millar de piezas de la colección. Resulta notorio el deterioro que empiezan a sufrir las propias salas en donde se amontonan cajas y muebles repletos de reliquias. Y debido a esas condiciones son ya visibles montoncitos de polvo de madera en el entorno de estantes sobre los que hay algunos equipos de radio sin embalaje, atacados por las polillas. Frente a esta realidad, consultando a gente que de un modo o de otro se halla cercana al tema, hay juicios que se reiteran: lo que está pasando con el Museo de la Radio "es una vergüenza", "sorprende la indiferencia del Estado", y "en Europa se pagaría fortunas". VALOR. Aunque sea difícil realizar una estimación global, Tormo dice que la tasación puede llegar a 10 millones de dólares, pero agrega que eso no le importa salvo para seguir insistiendo en su aspiración de sensibilizar a las autoridades competentes y que la colección no se desperdigue por dentro o fuera de fronteras, o que termine esfumándose por la imposibilidad de mantenerla en condiciones. El Museo de la Radio se fundó el 15 de mayo de 1991 y hace doce que está depositado en el Museo de Antropología. En el acervo hay por ejemplo una radio a galena del año 1926 (entre otra docena de aparatos similares), un grabador de alambre de 1938 en el cual está registrada la voz de Guillermo Marconi. Existen aparatos telefónicos de 1916 y 1950, grabaciones discográficas en una victrola de corneta de 1904, las primeras lámparas de luz de Thomas Alva Edison fabricadas en 1904, y radiotransmisores de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. También hay rollos de pianola, trasmisores y receptores de radioaficionados construidos artesanalmente, radioteletipos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y posguerra, 5000 válvulas de radio desde 1922, una colección de transistores de primera generación, videograbadoras y grabadores de cinta, proyectores de cine de comienzos del siglo XX, micrófonos y grabaciones en cilindros de cera, un parlante-corneta inglés de 1921, un receptor de radio alemán de 1923, entre más cosas. Fuera de las cajas se ve entre las piezas más valiosas un radiotransmisor cuya procedencia aún se investiga; puede haber pertenecido al Graf Spee o al Tacoma. "Antes podíamos decir que estaba depositado aquí todo el material del museo. Ahora está en el CTI. Hay un receptor norteamericano de 1925 al que se lo está comiendo la polilla. Tenemos varios expedientes presentados, y recibimos promesas y cuentos de todo tipo sobre el otorgamiento de una casa. Yo ahora estoy haciendo un informe para la Unesco, pidiendo apoyo internacional. Estoy cansado de solicitarlo acá. No sé qué pasa, pero no somos escuchados", dijo Tormo a El País. En la situación de su museo, como él lo recuerda, están el del radioaficionado, que cerró hace unos meses; el de las telecomunicaciones de Antel que está cerrado desde hace cinco meses "porque lo desmantelaron", y el del ferrocarril, que tampoco tiene sede. "Yo invito al señor Ministro de Educación y a la Intendenta de Montevideo a que vengan acá a ver en qué condiciones está depositado este acervo. Esta es la memoria de las telecomunicaciones en Uruguay. Tenemos una biblioteca con publicaciones de todas las áreas de la comunicación, desde la época de los cables submarinos, y eso se está estropeando también por la humedad, se pegan las hojas. Esta obra ya no es mía, fui el pionero, pero esto debe pertenecer a a todos los uruguayos. Es imposible volver a conseguir este material, que nosotros queremos mostrar no sólo como piezas de museo, sino funcionando, vivas", comentó Tormo.

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En la celebración de los 90 años de la radio, Tormo destaca además que los diarios también están involucrados. "Los primeros receptores de radio que llegaron a Uruguay vinieron para los diarios El País o El Día, que recibían las noticias desde Europa. Los diarios contrataban a los radiotelegrafistas de la Armada y del Ejército". En referencia a nuevas actividades, Tormo explica que ya tiene pronto un guión para realizar un documental sobre la historia de la radio, que comenzará con los orígenes de la radiotelegrafía, por 1904. Agregó que en la medida de lo posible continuará con tareas de extensión educativa, concurriendo a escuelas y otros centros interesados en sus charlas y exposiciones itinerantes. Tormo creó asimismo el monumento de Guillermo Marconi en Punta del Este, donde el inventor y empresario italiano vivió durante dos meses, en 1910. El 12 de julio de 1997 se colocó en él la primera placa conmemorativa. El monumento de la parada 10 ya tiene una decena de placas y en él se organizaron una quincena de homenajes. La cifra 90 años cumple la radiotelefonía en Uruguay. La primera transmisión de Paradizábal salió al aire el 6/11/22 a las 5PM. Arturo Toscano: "Ratifico el valor de la colección, única en Uruguay" "El tema del destino del Museo de la Radio es sustantivo", comentó a El País el director del Museo de Antropología, Arturo Toscano. "Antonio Tormo venía realizando un gran trabajo de exhibición de piezas de su museo en una casa que alquilaba en la calle Rivera. Allí organizaba actividades para escolares. En un momento fue desalojado y debió salir a buscar otro lugar. Mientras tanto siguió haciendo muestras en muchos sitios del país. En aquel momento le transmití que era una oportunidad para que una institución pública vinculada al tema le diera solución. Pero no apareció nadie y entonces solicité a la Dirección de Cultura una autorización para albergar en forma transitoria las colecciones. Fue una resolución de emergencia. Al principio mantuvimos las piezas empacadas en los corredores del museo, mientras se daba una solución definitiva. Después, decidimos ubicarlas en las dos salas en que siguen estando hoy. Hemos informado de todo esto a las distintas administraciones. Yo ratifico el valor de la colección, es un tesoro nacional, único en Uruguay", dijo Toscano. Apolar. Dormir a pata suelta. Cantora. Receptor de radio. (Dic.del español del Uruguay). http://www.elpais.com.uy/121006/pciuda-667970/ciudades/Un-tesoro-de-radios-apola-en-silencio-al-pie-del-CTI/ via Horacio Nigro, CX3BZ

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS189 Sun Oct 7, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] - [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA - 317 891 8540

Adventist World Radio NWS189.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS189 (ENGMI_WAVx_20121007) * Production Date Tuesday October 2, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday October 3, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday October 4, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday October 4, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday October 7, 2012 * Contents 1. Australian Olympic Radio: 1956 Summer Games 2. Identification Signal 3. World’s 1st Jamming Transmissions 4. National Anthem 5. Japan DX Report 6. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR, WINB * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org

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* Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS189 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:14 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. Australian Olympic Radio: 1956 Summer Games 2. World’s 1st Jamming Transmissions 3. Japan DX Report * Australian Olympic Radio: 1956 Summer Games - 00:47 As you will remember, here in Wavescan two weeks back, we presented the story of the Olympic Games on shortwave, and we covered the prewar eras up to the year 1936. During the 1924 Summer Games in Paris and the 1928 Summer Games in Amsterdam, there was news coverage on radio about some of the these sports events, but no live coverage on radio. Then in the 1932 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid in New York, there was live coverage on radio of some of these sports events for the 1st time, and these programs were broadcast on mediumwave throughout the United States, and on international shortwave also. However, as Jim Hilliker pointed out in his research, the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles were accorded some news coverage on radio, both local mediumwave and international shortwave, but no live coverage was permitted, even though requests for live radio coverage had been lodged. However, during the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, these sports events were accorded wide coverage on local radio and also on international shortwave. The German government installed a total of 8 additional shortwave transmitters at 50 kW at Zeesen, near Berlin, specifically to ensure worldwide coverage of these sporting events. Interestingly, during the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne Australia, extensive news coverage on shortwave was given to these sporting events, though in a very different way. That is what we look at today here in Wavescan. The Australian continent is widely separated from all other major land masses on planet Earth. The only way in and the only way out is by boat or plane. Likewise, for wide spread international news coverage, the only practical way is by undersea cable, or by shortwave radio. The very first occasion in which there was shortwave coverage for sports events in Australia was for the British Empire Games in Sydney during the summer of 1938. These summer games were held in the Cricket Grounds from February 5 - 12, and they formed part of the 150th anniversary of the founding of the city of Sydney. The ABC was granted exclusive rights for the live broadcast of these sporting events and local mediumwave radio covered the major highlights. On shortwave, it is understood that both VK2ME with 10 kW at Pennant Hills & VLR with 2 kW at Lyndhurst relayed this information to the world. In order to ensure maximum coverage of the Melbourne Olympics throughout the world, the Australian government directed that all available shortwave transmitters in use on the continent should be made available for the flow of news reports to countries overseas. This directive applied to government and commercial shortwave stations, as well as to those in use by the armed forces. As a result of this co-operative gesture to the international news media, it is estimated that a total of somewhere around 50 shortwave transmitters in Australia carried Olympic reports in 1956. These reports were in the form of live and recorded commentaries, voiced news reports, fax reports, and fast speed Morse reports for publication in newspapers. The BBC alone co-opted many linguists in Australia to report on the Olympic events in 40 different languages for inclusion in their World Service broadcasts. At home, all 160 mediumwave stations throughout the continent, ABC & commercial, carried various forms of Olympic coverage, as well as the 4 new experimental FM stations operated by the ABC. At the time, television was very new in Australia, and all 6 stations, in Melbourne & Sydney, ensured that they were ready on air for the occasion. On shortwave, the ABC Home Services operated 9 transmitters at 10 kW & 2 kW in 4 states, as well as 1 at Port Moresby in New Guinea, and they all carried Olympic news at whatever was on the air from their local mediumwave counterpart at the time. Two additional transmitters were installed at Radio Australia Shepparton for increased Olympic coverage, and these were an American made 50 kW RCA unit on the air as VLD, and a 10 kW Australian made STC unit as VLY. These 2 new units supplemented the coverage from the 3 already existing units, VLA & VLB at 100 kW and VLC at 50 kW. The very new shortwave communication station located at Doonside near Sydney in New South Wales also carried Olympic news coverage, though it is not known just how many transmitters were in use for this purpose. It is known though that several transmitters were already on the air, ranging in power from 10 kW up to around 30 kW.

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The Doonside radio station was a replacement for the more familiar AWA station at Pennant Hills that had been on the air with the pre-war programming of VK2ME, and the wartime programming of Australia Calling, Radio Australia. However, to ensure adequate coverage of the Olympic events in 1956, Pennant Hills was kept alive as a back up for Doonside as needed. It is understood that the huge radio transmitting station operated by the Royal Australian Navy at Belconnen, near the federal capital Canberra, was the main carrier for the flow of news to overseas countries. At the height of its capacity, this station VHP, was on the air with 38 shortwave transmitters and 44 antenna systems. However, it would be obvious that not all of these units were turned over for temporary Olympic usage. It is also possible that the navy radio station near Darwin in the Northern Territory, station VHI, acted at times as a relay station on behalf of its Belconnen counterpart VHP, as was the case when required for the onward transmission of regular navy messages. We are told that the army radio station at Diggers Rest in Victoria with its shortwave transmitters also forwarded Olympic messages from its quite new re-built facility. In addition, it is also stated that air force transmitter stations carried Olympic news, but the details of these facilities is at present unknown. At the time of the Melbourne Olympics, the AWA Beam Station at Fiskville in Victoria was still in use for the coveyance of international messages, Morse & voice. It would appear that their 3 transmitters at around 10 kW under the callsigns VIY & VIZ would have been utilized for Olympic purposes as well. Thus it was, that for a period of just 17 days, Australia’s massive shortwave capability was pressed into service in the interests of international good will and friendship. In fact, it was stated in the newspapers at the conclusion of the Melbourne Olympic Games of 1956 that they were rightly nicknamed, the Friendship Games. * Program Announcement - 07:26 Allen Graham * Identification Signal - 08:16 WINB Red Lion PA: Schedule, Wed 1:00 pm = 1700 UTC, 13570 kHz Internet, www.winb. com Telephone 712 432 7752 WINB 1st broadcast, Wavescan: WINB announcement, WS theme & opening announcement * World’s 1st Jamming Transmissions - 09:49 International radio monitors in our world of today are quite familiar with the matter of the jamming of radio broadcast programming. For example, some of the countries in the Middle East and the Far East are currently jamming the broadcast of what they consider undesirable programming from another country, on both shortwave and mediumwave. The usual procedure is to tune a jamming transmitter onto the same channel as the incoming and supposedly undesirable broadcasts, and then modulate the jamming transmitter with noise, or music or noisy programming. In this way, it becomes very difficult or even impossible for listeners in the target country to hear the programming from the distant radio station. * Insert: Jamming transmission Back during the era of the Cold War, shortwave listeners all around the world were aware of multitudes of jamming transmissions that were heard all across every international shortwave band. This annoying procedure began around the year 1948. However, it was on the evening of November 29, 1988, that the Soviet Union ceased to jam all foreign radio stations. Thus it was that the extensive jamming era that lasted for 40 years was now over. It is stated that when the USSR switched off their massive network of jamming stations, they were operating more than 1600 jamming transmitters in about 120 jamming radio centers. Radio historians tell us that the earliest known jamming of radio broadcast programming took place in the late 1920s. During that era, Berlin was jamming the broadcasts of Radio Komintern in Moscow. At that time, Moscow was on the air with 40 kW on 1450 metres (207 kHz) under the callsign RA1. The antenna tower was the famous and historic Shukov Tower, standing more than 500 feet tall that was located for so long at 37 Shabolovskaya Street in Moscow. However, the story of the jamming of wireless transmissions goes back much further than that. Back in the era of wireless experimentation under the famous Guglielmo Marconi, it was discovered that two wireless transmitters on the air at nearby locations at the same time succeeded in turning the Morse Code signals of both transmissions into an unintelligible mess, a hopeless garble. This was simply an unintended case of jamming, due to the fact that the wireless emanations in that era were untuned and very wide band. In September 1899, Marconi visited the United States at the invitation of the New York Herald. It was arranged that he would send out news releases in Morse Code on the progress of the 10th America’s Cup, a yacht race between two contenders, the American “Columbia” owned by the financier J. P. Morgan & the British “Shamrock” (1) owned by Sir Thomas Lipton of tea fame. In order to cover the race as it proceeded off the coast of New Jersey, Marconi placed wireless equipment on the ship “Ponce”, owned by the Puerto Line, and the “Mackay Bennett”, a cable ship at anchor near the Sandy Hook Lighthouse. During the three stages of the race, lasting for 2½ weeks, Marconi successfully Morsed the information

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back to the New York Herald. We might add, the American contender, “Columbia” won the three successive events outright. Two years later, there was a re-run of the same race at the same location between the same two sparring partners, J. P. Morgan with his same “Columbia” and Lipton with a newly designed yacht, the “Shamrock 2”. However, due to the success of the Marconi news reports by wireless 2 years earlier, two other wireless companies got into the act. Marconi equipment was installed into the ship “Mindora” with the landbased station installed at the Navesink Twin Lighthouse, and news bulletins were Morsed ashore for AP, the Associated Press. Another company, headed up by Lee de Forest, placed wireless equipment on an old schooner, the “Maid of the Mist” which was towed around by the tugboat “William J. Sewell”. The de Forest news bulletins were Morsed ashore for the Publishers Press association. In addition the International Wireless Telegraph company also installed wireless equipment on board ship and at a landbased location at Galilee in coastal New Jersey. Morse code coverage from this station did at times produce some form of jamming against the transmissions from the Marconi & de Forest stations. Initially there was some on air squabbling between the Marconi & the de Forest stations due to the fact that both temporary wireless stations were using untuned equipment, but for the benefit of both, they worked out a mutually agreeable sharing of time for their transmissions. Once again, the American “Columbia” was the winner over the British “Shamrock 2”. However, two years later again, there was another running of the America’s Cup, the 12th since the original event in 1851, when the American yacht, “America” won the race around the Isle of Wight in the English Channel; hence the name, “America’s Cup”. In the 1903 event, the American yacht, “Reliance” owned by another financier Cornelius Vanderbilt was competing against the British “Shamrock 3”, owned still by Sir Thomas Lipton. During this event, there was at times some form of deliberate jamming apparently by a 3rd party. Both the American Marconi company and the Lee de Forest company placed wireless equipment on ships hired for the occasion so that they could transmit news bulletins back to the shore. However, there was this 3rd contender, and it was Dr. Gustav P. Gehring and his International Wireless Telegraph company with a powerful wireless station at the Navesink Twin Lights Lighthouse. It was arranged in advance that the Gehring station would transmit long dashes in Morse Code, and that the arrangement of these multiple dashes would indicate various aspects of information associated with the yacht race. Even though these very long dashes in Morse Code did signify news information, the real purpose was to jam the transmissions for the other two news organizations, Associated Press & Publishers Press Association. This jamming transmitter succeeded in totally obliterating the news bulletins on behalf of the two other news organizations, AP & PPA. The results of this 12th America’s Cup were that the American yacht “Reliance” won the three stages of the 1903 race, and neither AP nor PPA received any reliable news bulletins by wireless. This was the 1st known case of the deliberate and planned jamming of wireless transmissions, and it happened just 109 years ago, in the summer of the year 1903. * Japan DX Report - 16:57 Yukio Tsuji * Interview - 23:14 Jeff White with Allen Graham; HCJB & service in Africa * Music of the World - 27:08 Portugal: Guitar orchestra * Closing Announcement - 27:34 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1.South Pacific Panorama: Radio New Zealand on Shortwave, On Air Personalities 2. Radio France Interview 3. Philippine DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:Box 29235 Indianapolis Indiana 46229 USA Wavescan @ AWR.org Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:42 * Program Ends - 28:55 ==============================================================================

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1. Australian Olympic Radio: 1956 Summer Games Melbourne Olympics: Backgrounds Year Date Information 1938 Sydney, British Empire Games 1938 Feb Staged at Cricket Grounds, Feb 5 - 12; Sydney 150th anniversary 1938 1st sports event in Australia with shortwave coverage; VK2ME & VLR 1956 Melbourne Summer Olympics, 16th Olympiad 1956 Nov 22 Opening ceremony 1st games in Southern Hemisphere 67 nations, 145 events, 3184 athletes Extensive coverage on shortwave Australian linguists broadcast live reports to BBC WS in 44 languages 1956 Dec 8 Closing ceremony

Reference

Television in Australia 1956 Nov 22 Official beginning of TV in Melbourne, ABV2 & HSV7 New GTV9 hurriedly readied for on air service for Olympics Very little TV coverage forwarded overseas ============================================================================== 2. Australian Olympic Radio: 1956 Summer Games Melbourne Olympics: Available Shortwave Coverage Year Date Information Reference Local Radio Coverage in Australia 1956 Nov Australia wide on ABC mediumwave 53 stations & experimental FM 4 stations All 107 commercial stations also ABC Home Service Shortwave 1956 Nov Available stations: Lyndhurst Vic VLG & VLH 10 kW & VLR 2 kW Bald Hills QL VLQ & VLM 10 kW Wanneroo WA VLW2 kW & VLX 10 kW Liverpool NSW VLI 2 kW Pt Moresby NG VLT2 kW Radio Australia Coverage 1956 Nov Olympic coverage in sports programs, news bulletins & special feature programs Radio Australia Shepparton, Victoria 1956 Nov Available Stations: VLA & VLB 100 kW VLC 50 VLD RCA 50 Installed specifically for Olympic coverage VLY STC 10 Installed specifically for Olympic coverage Radio Australia Lyndhurst, Victoria 1956 Nov Available station: VLG 10 kW shared with ABC Home Service AWA Pennant Hills, New South Wales 1955 Oct 31 Transfer from Pennant Hills to Doonside began 1955 Dec 2 Transfer completed 1956 Nov Remained available as backup for Doonside for Melbourne Olympics TPHS OTC Doonside, New South Wales 1955 Feb 28 New OTC station officially opened; Bringelly receiver station 1955 Oct 31 Transfer from Pennant Hills to Doonside began 1955 Dec 2 Transfer completed 1956 Nov Several transmitters in use, up to 30 kW PEP RAN Belconnen, Australian Capital Territory 1956 Nov Arrangements made for use of army, air force & navy facilities 3 types of SW transmitters, 1950s, 1970s, 1990s Mostly AWA transmitters, 10 kW & 40 kW 38 SW transmitters, 44 antenna systems 1956 Nov Belconnen carried news reports and recorded programs for rebroadcast overseas RAN Darwin, Coonawarra East, Northern Territory Located 11 miles down from Darwin 1956 Nov Arrangements made for use of army, air force & navy facilities Diggers’ Rest, Victoria 1940s Original transmitter facility constructed by Australian army, Quonset hut

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AWA Fiskville, Victoria 1956 Three transmitters at 10 kW in use, callsigns VIY & VIZ Australian Air Force Transmitter Stations 1956 Nov Arrangements made for use of army, air force & navy facilities ============================================================================== 3. World’s 1st Jamming Transmissions Summary of Jamming Broadcasts Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1899 Oct 10th America’s Cup, New Jersey coast 1901 Sep 11th America’s Cup, New Jersey coast; agreed upon scheduling to avoid mutual jamming Some jamming by wireless transmitter at Galilee in New Jersey 1903 Aug 12th America’s Cup, New Jersey coast, Deliberate jamming by strong wireless transmitter at Galilee in New Jersey WW1 Jamming transmissions, Germany & Russia 1920s Late Berlin jammed Russian radio broadcasts 1931 Russia jammed broadcasts from Romania 1934 Austria jammed broadcasts from Germany 1940 Russia jammed Vatican broadcasts in Lithuanian language 1948 Cold War jamming began around this time 1998 Nov 29 Russia switched off more than 1600 jamming transmitters at 120 jamming sites ============================================================================== 4. World’s 1st Jamming Transmissions Wireless Broadcasts in Morse Code Year Date Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10th America’s Cup 1899 Title Named after winner of 1st race around Isle of Wight 1851, yacht “America” Events Elimination trials Then best of 3 races of 5 by 2 top contenders; all 3 won by “Columbia”; 15 30 & 20 miles Yachts J. P. Morgan’s “Columbia” USA (winner) & Sir Thomas Lipton’s “Shamrock (1)” England Location Coast of Long Island off Sandy Hook Dates October 3 - 20, 1899; planned to begin few days earlier, Admiral Dewey parade Marconi Ships “Ponce” Puerto Rico Line, transmitted 2500 words 1st day Oct 10 Marconi equipment transferred “Ponce” to “Grande Duchesse” “Mackay Bennett” cable ship near Sandy Hook Lighthouse Shore Sandy Hook Lightship Navesink Lighthouse, Highland Twin Lights Lighthouse 34th St in Manhattan Paper New York Herald W. J. Clarke Ship “Grande Duchesse” Plant Line, using Marconi design equipment 11th America’s Cup 1901 Events Elimination trials Then best of 3 races of 5 by 2 top contenders; all 3 won by “Columbia”; 30 20 & 40 miles Yachts J. P. Morgan’s “Columbia” USA (winner) & Sir Thomas Lipton’s “Shamrock 2” England Location Coast of Long Island off Sandy Hook Dates Postponed due to assassination President William McKinley, Sep 6 & 14 Marconi Co Marconi representative, Melville E. Stone, AP general manager Ship Fast steam yacht “Mindora” Shore Long Branch & Navesink Highland Papers AP Associated Press De Forest American Wireless Telegraph Co Shore Galilee near Long Branch Papers Publishers Press Association - American Wireless Telegraph Co Lee de Forest & Edward Smythe obtain contract to provide wireless reports Payment of $800 if successful De forest traveled to New York, hastily assembled his equipment Shore units signaled with flags, signals confused Tugboat “William J. Sewell” towed “Maid of the Mist” old schooner, sent dots & profanity

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Gehring Wireless

Also “Edna V. Crew” with de Forest equipment Station located at Galilee NJ Confusion, signals transmitted same time; agreement for scheduling

12th America’s Cup 1903 Events Elimination trials Then best of 3 races of 5 by 2 top contenders; all 3 won by “Reliance” Location Coast of Long Island off Sandy Hook Yachts Cornelius Vanderbilt “Reliance” USA & Sir Thomas Lipton “Shamrock 3” England Marconi Co Ship Paper Associated Press Marconi awarded contract to report for press coverage Shore units signaled with flags, signals confused Lee de Forest Tug boat Gehring American Wireless Telephone & Telegraph Co, International Wireless Telegraph Co Set up powerful station at Navesink Highlands Sent junk signals, special code Receiver at Galilee Shoemaker equipment

Anatoly Klepov Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 682, 23 September 2012 Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 23 , September 2012 Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic version - Time : UTC Chief Editor : Anatoly Klepov Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova E-mail : [email protected] - Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian / English) RUSSIA Voice of Russia RUSSIA Voice of Russia VOR 13775 0405 GMT 444 English Sept 22 YL with VOR ID. OM in the Culture Room on History comments. (Stewart MacKenzie, WDX6AA Huntington Beach, California, United States of America - Rcvrs: Kenwood R5000 and Grundig Satellit 650) Radio Rossii RUSSIA Radio Rossii 12070 0417 GMT Russian 333 Sept 22 YL with comments. OM with comments 0426 GMT. (Stewart MacKenzie, WDX6AA Huntington Beach, California, United States of America - Rcvrs: Kenwood R5000 and Grundig Satellit 650) Moscow Received a confirmation from the Voice of Russia for 28.07.2012 14.00-15.00, 13640 kHz, 7285 kHz, 12015 kHz of a series of 50-year anniversary of the flight of the first man in space. For the first time placed a stamp - "Voice of Russia – report confirmed" in Russian and English. (Vladimir Pivovarov, Boyarka, Ukraine / “deneb-radio-dx”) Krasnoyarskiy kray. Krasnoyarsk. 13.09.2012 took Radio Russia - Krasnoyarsk (regional programme) with 23.15 till 24.00 UTC on the frequency 6085 kHz. Reception - 44444. The Program "New the generation", local advertising, etc. Earlier Krasnoyarsk radio well, confirmed the reports about reception, do not know how it is now? (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia /“deneb-radio-dx”)

BELARUS 13.09.2012 took the Belarusian radio in the Belarusian language from 16.00 to 16.30 UTC on the frequencies of 7255 and 6080 kHz. On 7255 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW) reception - 44444, 6080 kHz (Kolodischi, 150 kW) - 32332. A strong hindrance to the frequency. 13.09.2012 took the radio station "Belarus" in the Russian language from 22.00 to 23.00 UTC on the frequency 7255 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW). Reception - 32332. A lot of interference from other radio stations. At a frequency of 11730 kHz (Kolodischi, 150 kW) reception was not.

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14.09.2012 took the radio station "Belarus" in the Russian language from 14.00 till 14.30 UTC on the frequency 11730 kHz (Kolodischi, 150 kW). Reception - 33433. Noise from radio stations with frequency 11735 kHz. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “ deneb-radio-dx”) TAJIKISTAN 14.09.2012 took Radio Ovozi Tojik in the Russian language 09.00-09.30 UTC at a frequency of 7245 kHz (Dushanbe, 100 kW). Reception - 25332. News female the voice, the song in Tajik, further conversation, a woman's voice. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “ deneb-radio-dx”) 21.43-22.08 UTC, TJK, 1503 kHz, Voice of Russia in Russian, 44433. (Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan, QTH: Almaty 43°15'N, 76°57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE110 3 AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS / “open_dx”) UZBEKISTAN September 15, 2012 19.11-19.15 UTC, UZB, 4663 kHz USB, Tashkent Volmet in English. Weather in the cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Navoi, etc. 45444 (Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan, QTH: Almaty - 43°15'N, 76°57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, D egen DE1103 AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS / “open_dx”) UKRAINE on September 17, 2012 noted transition Radio Tsentr of Dokuchaevsk of the Donetsk region with 1359 kHz (where it strongly pressure the Iranians) on the frequency of 1017 kHz. In the air still declared to be the frequency of 1359 kHz. The power Radio Tsentr - 40 kW, the work was excellent, but recently reduced to 03.00-21.00 UTC, according to the information on the site УКРТВР: http://www.ukrtvr.org/1239 (Andrei Ehrlich, Kharkiv, Ukraine / “deneb-radio-dx”) 20 September 2012 - Today heard only on 1359 kHz. (Mauno Ritola, Finland / “deneb-radio-dx”) on September 21, 2012 took from 1724 to 1755 utc on 1431 kHz UR - 3 (Radio Culture) SINPO - 45444. Sent through the site report. But I doubt that the answer. For them it is not instituted. Drew attention to the site of the clock of a hurry to 5 minutes. Took the Degen 1103, the antenna of the staff of 10 meters. (Alexander Golovikhin, Togliatti, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) ESTONIA 14.09.2012 took Radio Eli (Tertu family radio) from 00.00 to 00.20 UTC on the frequency 1035 kHz. Reception - 44444. A small disturbance on the frequency that the the station is not defined. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia/“deneb-radio-dx”) RUSSIA / ROMANIA 15.09.2012 took Interradio Romania in the Russian language from 02.00 to 02.26 UTC at a frequency of 738 kHz (Moscow, 5 kW) through WRN. Reception - 33433. The interference on the frequency of the other station. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “ deneb-radio-dx”) RUSSIA / FINLAND 15.09.2012 took Radio Finland in the Russian language with 02.30 till 02.55 UTC on frequency 738 kHz (Moscow, 5 kW) through WRN. Reception - 44433. Nice to hear Radio Finland after a long break. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) RUSSIA / JAPAN 15.09.2012 took Radio Japan in the Russian language from 03.30 till 03.59 UTC on frequency 738 kHz (Moscow, 5 kW) through WRN. SINPO: 34333. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) LITHUANIA / JAPAN 16.09.2012 took Radio Japan in the Russian language from 04.30 to 05.00 UTC on frequency 6165 kHz (Sitkunai, Lithuania 100 kW). SINPO: 44544. on 14 and 15 September 2012 took Radio Japan at a frequency of 1386 kHz from 03.30 till 0400 UTC (or rather, tried to take). The reception was on 1-2 points. What is it about in the transfer disassemble not possible. In my country it is

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better to take the Radio Japan at this time on 738 kHz. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) UZBEKISTAN / THE VATICAN 15.09.2012 took Vatican Radio in the Russian language with 12.32 to 12.58 UTC on frequency 13685 kHz (Tashkent, 100 kW). Reception - 44544. At a frequency of 17865 kHz (Santa Maria di-Galleria, 250 kW) - 55555. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) ** MYANMAR [non]. via ARMENIA. 11595, Dem Voice of Burma, *2333-0030*, Sept 15-16, test tones between 23272329. Abrupt sign on at 2333 with Burmese talk. Many mentions of Myanmar. Occasional short breaks of local instrumental music, local flute music, and local string music. Good. (Brian Alexander, PA) Brian Alexander, Mechanicsburg, PA, USA - Equipment: Icom IC-7600, two 100 foot longwires RUSSIA Local programs of regional radio stations taken: Local prgrs in Russian. 5930 1410 Murmansk Radio Murman radio Aug 31 6160 1410 R. Pomorie Radio Pomorye Aug 31 6085 2355 RR Krasnoyarsk radio Rassii Krasnoyarsk Sept 2 Radio Russia {Russian-English translation...} In the second night of 3 September it took me radio to Russia at 2348 UT on 4050 kHz and Charles Aznavour song "Mama", and on 6085 kHz at 2356 UT news of RadioRossii Krasnoyarska. General News PP from 0000 UT to 4050, 6085, 6100 kHz. Expect that from 2345 UT on 4050 kHz the program Adv Light Radio in Russian, but the music was broadcast. (Rumen Pankov-BUL, RUSdx plus Sept 16) TAJIKISTAN {to Koreas} 15630, on Sept 14 at 1310 UT, weak exotic vocal music; can't be Greece at this hour on this frequency. Aoki shows it can only be V. of Wilderness, the Californian Christian clandestine, 100 kW, 70 degrees from TAJIKISTAN {Dushanbe Yangi Yul 100 kW} at 1300-1330 (extended to 1430 on Sundays) UT. (Glenn Hauser-OKUSA, dxld Sept 14) UZBEKISTAN 11725 TWR India, via Tashkent, at 1526 UT on Sept 15, man preaching in English about the Apostle Paul and interpreter translating into Punjabi (listed). Fair. (Harold Sellers-BC-CAN, DXplorer Sept 15) DX NEWS CLANDESTINES and other Target Broadcasts 7515 Voice of Martyrs (Freedom), via Dushanbe, Tajikistan (100 kW / 071 degrees), 1600-1730, Sep 05-09, Korean to North Korea, 54454. (Bancov and Ivanov) 11530 Denge Mezopotamya, via Simferopol, from Sep 03 no signal from in Kurdish 0300-1900 maybe new frequency. (Ivanov). Cf. 11510 above. (Ed) 11595 Democratic Voice of Burma, via Gavar, Noratus, Armenia (300 kW / 100 degrees), 2330-2400, Sep 05-09, Burmese to Southeast Asia, 55555. (Bancov and Ivanov) RUSSIA 7320 R Rossii, Magadan, 0632, Sep 17, Russian, man and woman with talk, two R Rossii mentions heard. Aoki, EiBi, WRTH don’t list Rossii here at this time. Fair-good. (Sellers). But on the air *1700-1300*, according to the DSWCI Domestic Broadcasting Service 14! (Ed) Moscow Information DX Bulletin ABKHAZIA Radio of the Republic of Abkhazia or Govorit Sukhumi (Says Sukhumi) - use these two declarations, had been heard since the beginning of the transfer in 06.58 of the 3rd and 10th of September at a frequency of 9535 KHz. The program of the Abkhaz language under the name of Apsua Radio. Usually in Russian from 08.00, but often end up in 07.56 on the Abkhaz. (Rumen Pankov, Sofia, Bulgaria) KYRGYZSTAN R.Maranatha 5130 kHz in Persian is not hard to hear with us in the evenings. Someone tell me what is this station and QSL policy of this station. (Shukhrat Rakhmatullaev, Uzbekistan, deneb-radio-dx) I know that it works from Kyrgyzstan. She wrote on [email protected](in 2009 or 2010.) the return was not, but the answer is the same. Never tried it. Yesterday hear failed. Today, if we can take to try to send to this address. If it still works. (Alexander Golovikhin, Togliatti, Russia , deneb-radio-dx)

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Radio "Maranatha" is broadcast for a long time. But TWR (in any case, the service broadcasting in the former USSR) denies its connection with the station. We Mauno Ritola a couple of years ago trying to find out where and how is it organized, but alas... it is Possible that he-or add to the information. (Vasily Gulyaev, Astrakhan, open_dx) INFORMAL RADIO Religious station in 1632 kHz. Are transferred to the service in the Russian language. In the past season heard repeatedly, although I'm not sure in stability of the frequency. The frequency of yesterday was about 1632 kHz. Heard early in the morning long, usually until you close passage. Today I slept. Tomorrow I'll try to listen to and record. Although it found a recording made in January. At this time, was a version of the song service. Once I heard there Liturgy, which rules the woman: http://ulx2.narod.ru/audio/UNID_1633_2_1.mp3 We would like to know people explained that moment. At midnight on YTS слухнул asleep not rising (receiver with single beds) - handed songs in the men's version, contentworthy. In the morning, at about 03.00 - the same thing, but then subsided. Further barely прослушивалось sometimes bubnenie, type of prayers and Psalms. Whether the passage is bad, whether because of change of a place of observation in the city noise stronger than in the village. I also suspect that it-yourself translator of some local молебного house. But sometimes the question arises, because very decently is transmitted, the service is similar to a Church, music and modulation of high-quality, foreign вяканий and no ads are not observed. Nice work... I Wonder why in the Russian language. May all the same from the East signal comes in? (Alexander Egorov, Ukraine, open_dx) QSL-AREA Has today received QSL from UR-2 Promin, expected to 33 days. The "face" of the same and that the QSL of UR-1, only the back of the form in the English language - the name inscribed however, in Ukrainian. The time put down only when pointed out in a report of Kyiv, on the card, wrote in the column "Greenwich", " when did he write Greenwich (for Promin) - specially - assigned after time on the card of the word of UKR. And why - is unclear .. in the report as I clearly stated in the column what time написано. strange people... He wrote in the post - 01001, Kyiv -1, Khreshchatyk 26, for technical service UR-2 Promin. (Alexander Zurman, Ukraine, deneb-radio-dx) AMENDMENT! - RUS-DX # 682 BROACASTING IN RUSSIAN Radio station "Freedom" to stop from November 10, broadcasting in Moscow context 16:59 21/09/2012 MOSCOW, Sep 21 - RIA Novosti. Radio Svoboda (Liberty) of November 10, stopped broadcasting on medium wave (1044 kHz, ed.) in Moscow and transferred to the media type of broadcasting, which implies the transfer of the broadcasting of radio in Internet, has informed RIA Novosti Director of the Russian representative office of the radio station Elena Glushkova. A number of media outlets reported earlier that the "Freedom" to stop broadcasting in Russia on medium waves. "We had a license to broadcast only in Moscow, now in Moscow broadcast stops," said Glushkova. She noted that the decision on the termination of broadcasting in the capital brought about by the entry into force on 10 November norms of the Russian law on the mass media, in accordance with which the broadcasting may not be carried out on the territory of the Russian companies, more than 50 per cent of which are foreign individuals or legal entities. "We just belong to this category of companies. And as always respect the laws of the Russian Federation, we will abide by it and henceforth. Therefore, 10 November we will leave from the air", - said Glushkova. "We are developing the multimedia strategy, and it means, that as the main platform for broadcasting will now use the Internet," she added. Russian service of radio "Liberty" is one of the 23 services (editorial) radio station that broadcasts in 28 languages in 21 country of the Eastern Europe, Caucasus, Central Asia, near and Middle East. The correspondent network of the Russian service includes 23 Bureau (Bureau) and dozens of freelance correspondents in all regions of Russia and many countries of the world. Radio "Freedom" (the full name of the radio "Free Europe") is an international non-profit broadcasting organization, funded by the U.S. Congress. The headquarters of the organisation is located in the centre of Prague.

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Jose Kucher Escuchas Seefontein 12 DXpedition - August 20-23, 2012 As usual, it’s lovely to get away and do some DXing with DX pals. Vashek Korinek joined us from his home QTH in Johannesburg, 1400 km away and says its worth the airfare and car hire as Seefontein is a grand DX location. Vince Stevens was there as usual and I was accompanied by my dear wife Dawn. 1110 22-Aug 500 ARGENTINA R.de la Ciudad Buenos Aires ID & noticias good VS 1270 23-Aug 403 ARGENTINA R.Provincial La Plata Talks in SS, YL & OM fair VS Toda la info aca: http://www.dxing.info/dxpeditions/jongensgat_2010_09.dx

Robert Wilkner Escuchas 27 October 4985 Brasil Radio Brasil Central, Goainia 2315 Portuguese 4985. 6t. Peru Radio Voz Cristiana, Huancán seemingly, 2325 in Spanish with very narrow filter. South Florida 198 UK, BBC 0100 time pips and ID by yl, 3 October (Wilkner) 2485 Australia, VL8K Katherine NT 0900 to 0920 with audio 2 October (Wilkner) 2325 Australia, VL8T Tennant Creek NT 0900 to 0920 with audio but weaker than Katherine 2 October (Wilkner) 3310 Bolivia, Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cochabamba 0850 yl in Q. fair signal 2 October (Wilkner) 3329. 53 Perú, Ondas del Huallaga, Huánuco, 1040 om with music, 1051 om chat, on 1 October, 1025 with traditional music, weak signal 2 October, 0920 early sign on, improving signal with OA music to 0955 tune out 3 October (Wilkner) 3385 Papua New Guinea Radio East New Britain Rabaul 0903 weak signal 2 October (Wilkner) XM-Cedar key consistantly has better reception on this. rlw 3375.1 Brasil, Radio Municipal São Gabriel da Cachoeira 0925 to 1015 with music weaker signal than normal 2 October (Wilkner) 4045u Nova Scotia 1057 sailing vessel with Lakeland Florida wx 1 October (Wilkner) 4319u Diego Garcia at 2243 with great signal untroubled by the ubiquitous ute. Slow om ballads 4409.62 RF Bolivia, Radio Eco, Reyes 0040 to 0100 noted for first time in several months 3 October (Wilkner) 4700 Bolivia, Radio San Miguel, Riberalta 0045 good signal with om and music 3 October; 0940 traditional music , good signal - someone keying up on frequency with cw (Wilkner and XM-Cedar Key) 4716.63 Bolivia R Yatun Ayllu Yura, Yura 0045 good signal with dj and music 3 October (Wilkner and XM-Cedar Key) 4749.90 Indonesia RRI Makassar 0925 noted with fair to good signal 2 October (Wilkner) 4755.44 Micronesia, Pohnpei Maicronesia The Cross Radio 0840 with some audio, 0920 improved signal 2 October (Wilkner) 4760 Unid, strong carrier with some audio 1120 on 1 October (Wilkner) 4775 Perú Radio Tarma. Tarma --- 1100 sign on 2 October (Wilkner) 4781.5 Ecuador, Radio Oriental, Napo --- 1100 sign on 2 October (Wilkner) 4785 Brasil, Radio Caiari, Porto Velho, RO 0945 Portuguese vocals, om dj, "Bom Dias", TC on quick mention of Caiari, strong signal to 1025 faded out 2 October, 0925 om in Portuguese, very strong signal rooster sound effects, a few songs, 1000 laser sound effect under t-storm racket 3 October. (Wilkner) 4789.93 Perú Radio Visión Chiclayo 0910 distorted signal, transmitter problems? 1035 same signal problems. 2 October (Wilkner) 4810 Perú Radio Logos 0040 to 0050 much weaker than in local morning 0900 to 1100 3 October (Wilkner and XM-Cedar Key) 4824.54 Perú La Voz de la Selva, Iquitos --- 1100 sign on 2 October (Wilkner) 4826.5 Peru, Radio Sicuani, Sicuani, Cusco 0900 noted with weaker signal than normal CODAR on top, 0921 improving signal 2 October (Wilkner) 4835 Australia, Alice Springs, NT 0910 good signal avoiding slop from 4840 domestic, 2 October (Wilkner) 4910 Australia, Tennant Creek 0754 carrier noted, 0815 with audio fading in, om chat seeming no music, 0823 brief music bridge and gone at 0830 just as gray line reaches Tennant Creek (Wilkner) 4925.2 Brasil Radio Educaçao Rural, Tefé, AM 1005 with om in Portuguese very strong signal 2 October (Wilkner) 4935.2t. Brasil, Radio Capixaba, Vitória, ES 0845 to 0915 ments do Brasil by om, 3 October (Wilkner) 4965 Unid. possibly Brasil, Radio Brasil Central, Goainia portuguese with weak signal 1010 to 1020 2 October 4985 Brasil, Radio Brasil Central, Goainia 0045 with strong signal, generally stronger signal than 0900 to 1000

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3 October (Wilkner) 4895 usb Two men en espanol 1115 I October (Wilkner) 5019.9 Solomon Islands, SIBC 0840 tune in with some audio, 0920 improved, 0935 announcements by yl to 0943, again to 0945, 0945 brief music bridge, 1040 music, 1047 om. Best signal past local Havana this season so far 2 October (Wilkner) 5025 Cuba, Havana 0710 laughing announcer.. 3 October (Wilkner) 5035 t. Brasil Radio Aparecida, Aparecida 0900 to 0935 2 October, 0831 music om with PT vocal, long chat in PT, improved signal fading out 0940 with om, 3 October. (Wilkner) 5120.07 Peru, Ondas del Suroriente, Quillabamba 1020 program en español, weaker signal deep fades 3 October; 1035 similar 2 October (Wilkner) 5460.25 Peru Radio Bolivar Cd. Bolivar 0045 to 0055 with om en español, fair signal with t-storm noise 3 October 6173.97 Peru, Radio Tawantinsuyo, Cusco 1040 to 1110 difficult copy, om is Spanish, narrow filter 8113u VMW Australia Weather 1107 detail Australian wx by om in English // 62301 October (Wilkner) 8828u Hong Kong - Cape d'Aguilar- 1046 to 1049 weak signal with weather 1 October Robert Wilkner - Pompano Beach, South Florida NRD 535D -746Pro - R8 - (73s – Bob - Pompano Beach, South Florida - Icom 746Pro)

Álex Robert QSL´s 15160 - Rádio Exterior de Espanha, Noblejas, E - Recebido cartão QSL, 38 dias. Informe enviado para o email: [email protected] 15170 - Voz da América, Udon Thani, THA - Recebido cartão QSL, 38 dias. Informe enviado para o email: [email protected] Imagens em: http://lex-dx.blogspot.com.br/

Rafael Rodriguez QSL´s COSTA RICA - 11815 RADIO EXTERIOR DE ESPAÑA Emisiones en DRM para Brasil - Tarjeta QSL - 70 Aniversario - No V/S Informe enviado a: [email protected] - Demoro: 91 días UTILITARIA - 10100 DDK9 - (NAVTEX-RTTY) Tarjeta QSL - V/S Wilfried Behncke – Coordinator - National NAVTEX - DWD Informe enviado a: [email protected] - Demoro: 26 días Quiero dar las gracias al colega y amigo Jose Luis de Vicente, quien hizo posible que pudiera decodificar la señal de esta emisora. Imagenes y más en : http://dxdesdecolombia.blogspot.com/

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Ernesto Paulero Escuchas y QSL´s Escuchas Radio Santa Cruz, 29SET Noches musicales 6134,95 Radio Sta Cruz, SINPO 45444, HORA UTC 02.31

QSL´s Carta con membrete 85 años Observatorio Nacional Ministerio de Ciencia Tecnologia e inovacao la carta explica cuando se inicio la emision y la especificaciones del transmisors y coordenadas ademas cartilla conteniendo folletos de observatorio geofisica, ciancia y tecnologia, pos graduacion etc etc TARJETA QSL del Observatorio (No la Habia visto je je) qsl con membrete 85 años en azul y Governo Federal Brasil en los colores de la bandera Verde y amarillo) QSL Verificando escucha 19/09/12 firmado por Ricardo Jose de Giaollo

Anatoly Klepov Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 683, 30 September 2012 RUSSIA Voice of Russia 21 September 2012 - 1850-1856 UTC, 1089 kHz (via Krasnodar), 1200 kW, 44444. 1026 kHz (via Novosibirsk), 500 kW, 43433. (QTH: Almaty- 43°15'N, 76°57'E RX: Sa n gean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters,Degen DE31MS Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan) 29 September 2012 - 12.00-13.00 UTC - Russian - 13770 kHz (Saint-Petersburg, 200 kW) – 45544 (Receiver : R250. Antenna : dipole Sergey Izyumov, Moscow) Radio Rossii On the upper side of the Radio frequency Russia has a strong rumble on frequencies : 12070, 13665, 7215, 9480 kHz. It is not out of the studio, as well as during the news to 567, 4050, 6085, etc. is missing. If was not familiar with the Russian language, I would think it is Saudi Arabia - they have been for ten years a number of transmitters can be heard with such a buzzing sound. May not be using the exact word for this sound. (Rumen Pankov, Sofia, Bulgaria / “deneb-radio-dx”) on September 27, the day on 13665 kHz especially buzzing, so that I couldn't normally listen to and turned off. It is clear that this is a defect of the transmitter in Moscow, which broadcasts Radio of Russia at all frequencies. (Alexander Egorov, Kyiv, Ukraine / “deneb-radio-dx”) Altai Krai - Altai regional radio celebrates its 75th anniversary - The regional radio appeared in 1937...

Moscow and the Moscow region 27.09.2012 took the "Family radio" in the Russian language on the frequency of 1503 kHz (Moscow, 20 kW) through the "Radio Center" from 04.30 to 05.00 UTC. SINPO: 35433. Satisfactory reception, without interference. Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite With 10.10 UTC accept RTV "Podmoskovje" on the frequency 846 kHz (Electrostal, 150 kW). SINPO - 35343. To the transmitter to me 153 km. Just got the e-QSL from RTV "Podmoskovje", for reception the night before about which I reported. Confirmed A. Panfilov. I quote his message: Hello, Dmitry! You are not the first time sent his report, in Your name registered card EU011, you can add to it another one with the changed design. Achievements, As Well. Panfilov. This card number EU023 Receiver: Tecsun PL-660 - Antenna: internal, ferrite. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) Saint-Petersburg Site of radio station «Radiogazeta Slovo”/ In Russian. http://www.radioslovo.ru/index.html (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”)

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Republic Of Tyva The technical task for the development of design and working documentation: "Reconstruction of the pillars of the antenna anti-aircraft radiation Pb send the SW band (PKM-5; 6,1 MHz; Cyclone; Radio of Russia, 1968 ), according to the results of the survey in 2011, LLC "Телемир" Krasnoyarsk, TM-1141" The name of the object design Republic of Tyva, a branch of RTPS "RTPTs of the Republic of Tyva", shop of Pb and the RS 3 km. to the East of settlement of city type. Kaa-Khem. Purpose of object Radio broadcasting in the SW band (on supports fixed aerial of Zenith radiation, P=5 kW, circular Nam, the height of the suspension of 14 meters, the working frequency of 6.1 MHz., working on PRD - PKM-5 "Radio Russia"). 5. At performance of works provided support height of 18 meters - 3 PCs., 40 m - 1 PCs. http://www.rtrn.ru/data/documents/dok_rekonstr (Victor Rutkowsky, Ekaterinburg, Russia / “open_dx”) ARMENIA on September 21, 2012 1850-1856 UTC, 1395 kHz, the Voice of Russia in Russian via Armenia, Gavar, 500 kW. 45544 1902-1905 UTC, 1350 kHz, TWR via Armenia, Gavar 600 kW, 35333. (QTH: Almaty - 43°15'N, 76°57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 - AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan) BELARUS 27.09.2012 took the First national channel of the Belarusian radio on the Belarusian language on the frequency 1170 kHz (Sosnovy, 700 kW) from 04.00 till 04.30 UTC. Reception - 44444. In parallel frequency 11930 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW) the reception was - 35433. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite; on the kV – telescopic Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) PREDNESTROVIE on September 21, 2012 1900-1902 UTC, 999 kHz, TWR via Grigoriopol, 500 kW 45444. ID Says: "Govorit Transmirovor radio.., Olga Sheveleva. (QTH: Almaty - 43 degrees 15'N, 76 DEGREES 57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS - Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan) 27.09.2012 took the Radio of Prednestrovie in the Russian language on the frequency 999 kHz (Grigoriopol, 500 kW) from 03.00 till 03.30 UTC. Aired on the program "Prednestrovie". Reception - 45444. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) TAJIKISTAN on September 21, 2012 1905-1907 UTC, 1503 kHz, the Voice of Russia in Russian via Tajikistan. 32422 1908-1931 UTC, 927 kHz, the Voice of Russia in English. 34443-45444 (QTH: Almaty - 43°15'N, 76°57'E RX: Sangean ATS-90 9X, Degen DE1103 - AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan) UKRAINE 22.09.2012 from 16.30 to 17.00 UTC took Ukrainian radio (radio channel Culture) at a frequency of 1431 kHz (Luch, 150 kW). SINPO: 45454. 23.09.2012 from 04.00 till 04.30 UTC took Ukrainian radio (radio channel Culture) at a frequency of 1431 kHz (Luch, 150 kW). SINPO: 35433. Good reception of the Ukrainian radio to that frequency. Even today in the morning, when many Moscow transmitters on medium waves started to gradually disappear, ur-3 could be heard quite well. 27.09.2012 with 03.30 to 0400 UTC took Ukrainian radio-3 (radio channel Culture) at a frequency of 1431 kHz (Luch, Nikolaevskaya oblast, 150 kW). SINPO: 45444. (Receiver: Degen 1103 - Antenna: internal, ferrite - Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”)

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Roberto Pavanello Escuchas Escuchas 1215 5/10 21.20 Absolute R. - London EE MX buono 1323 6/10 22.30 Gold . Brighton EE MX suff. 1359 5/10 19.30 Gold - Mix di 3 TX EE MX suff. 1485 27/9 19.57 R. Zamora – SS ID e pubblicità locale buono 1530 27/9 20.10 VoA – Sao Tomè EE MX afro suff. 1566 6/10 04.00 R. Kolbe - Schio IT MX suff. 4055 6/10 03.45 R. Verdad - Chiquimula EE gospel suff. 4755 6/10 03.50 TWR - Manzini Lomwe gospel buono 4775 29/9 23.10 R. Tarma - SS MX buono 4780 27/9 20.05 R. Gibuti – Arabo MX buono 4810 5/10 19.20 R. Armenia - Yeravan Arabo MX buono 4835 5/10 19.35 VL8A - Alice Springs EE NX buono 4845 29/9 22.45 R. Cultura - Manaus PP calcio suff. 4878 29/9 22.50 R. Roraima - Boa Vista PP MX buono 4915 29/9 22.40 R. Difusora - Macapà PP MX suff. 4925 29/9 22.55 R. Educ. Rural - Tefè PP NX suff. 4955 29/9 23.05 R. Cultural Amauta - Huanta SS NX suff. 5910 6/10 03.55 R. Alcaravan - Puerto Lleras SS MX buono 5940 29/9 22.30 Voz Missionaria - Camboriù PP MX // a 9665 KHz buono 5970 29/9 23.20 R. Itatiaia - Belo Horizonte PP calcio buono 5995 6/10 22.10 R. Mali - Bamako FF MX afro suff. 6165 3/10 19.30 R. Tchad - N'Djamena FF NX buono 6207 29/9 21.55 R. Blue Star - Popstbus 73 - 7160 AB Neede - Olanda EE ID e MX buono 6210 6/10 19.30 R. Marabù - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6240 29/9 22.15 R. Sin Fronteras - ??? EE/SS saluti ad Arnal- do Slaen buono 6240 7/10 08.45 R. Nora - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6285 6/10 21.50 R. Focus Int. - [email protected] EE ID e MX suff. 6295 29/9 22.20 R. Witte Reus - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6943 6/10 21.55 Irish Music R. - [email protected] EE ID e MX suff. 7505 6/10 20.00 R. Free Chosun - Seoul Coreano ID e MX suff. 9625 6/10 21.30 CBC North Quebec Sce. - Montreal EE talk su dj competiotio buono 9645 29/9 23.15 R. Bandeirantes - Sao Paulo PP calcio buono 9745 6/10 19.20 Voice of Kuanghua - Taipei Cinese MX suff. 9745 6/10 19.40 R. Cina Int. - Pechino Esperanto intervista sui corsi di esperanto in Vercelli!!! ottimo 10000 24/9 16.15 Italcable – Via del Borgo 6 – 55049 Viareggio LU [email protected] T ID, TS e MX buono 11765 27/9 19.50 R. Deus è Amor – Curitiba PP predica buono 15000 29/9 22.35 WWV - Fort Collins EE ID e pip pip buono 15191 6/10 21.35 R. Inconfidencia - Belo Horizonte PP calico buono 15345 6/10 21.40 R. Nacional - Buenos Aires SS intervista ad attore teatrale 15850 7/10 09.20 R. Galei tzahal - Jerusalem Ebraico MX buono 17660 29/9 15.30 Saudi R. - Riyadh FF ID e NX buono

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Ralph Perry Escuchas BOLIVIA 4716.71, Radio Yura, weak with mx 0105 on 9/18. Also hrd various mornings at 1000+. (Perry – Illinois) 6154.95, Radio Fides, La Paz, fair signal but impaired by lots of static and t-storm crashing on 9/28. 1013 tune-in to note Bolivian huaino-flavored ballad in progress. YL GMT-4 t/ck at 1014 and then into long ad string. 1016 orchl fanfare and YL “ ...desde La Paz . . . el dia de hoy” 1018 CP theme on guitar with occasional OM SS talkover, promo. 1019 YL eco ads and then live studio ancr. Fading by 1027. (Perry – Illinois) 6134.82, Radio Santa Cruz, Sta. Cruz de la Sierra, 0950 on 10/4 tune-by noted with huge signal. Locutor saying “5 de la manana, las cinco de la manana y 50 minutos . . . muy buenos dias, amables oyentes. Muy Buenos dias, Santa Cruz y todo Bolivia . . .” Burst of CP folkloric music, then more anmts and finally into music. Usual het but also atmospheric noise and t-storm static crashes hampering. (Perry – Illinois)

BRAZIL 4865.02, Radio Verdes Florestas, Cruz do Sul, very strong lately and a nice signal on 10/4 0935 past 0945 and again at 1017 recheck when in morning news show with 2 ancrs. Tuned in 0935 and programming already in progress, so believe signed on nominally 0930, as checked a few minutes just before that time and nothing was on the fqy. Programming to TOH was mainly PP ballads. Good ID 0945 when locator gave fqys, also. Bassy and booming canned ID, but then low-talking live ancr followed. This one often heard well past otherBrazilians having faded out, due to QTH in far western Brazil. Seekers of CP Radio Logos, pls note! (Perry – Illinois) Rdif. Roraima, noted with excellent power tho usual buzzy distorted signal at 0905 on 10/4, PP discussion between two men who were laughing, joking around. 0909 clear mention of “Roraima” and still strong at 0926 recheck, tho deeply in that mushy, spurious noise. Their engineering staff needs to fix this already, hi. (Perry – Illinois) 4785.00, Unid Brazilian noted 0912 past 1000 on 10/4, fading up to very decent signal but no ID, likely either R. Caiari , Porto Velho (formerly on 4785.1) or R. Brasil, Campinas (formerly on 4784.5-4784.01). OM with many cheery “MBD!”s plus sound of roostercrowing at 0925, amidst pgm of ranchera-like country music. Tho fairsignal, lots of atmospheric noise and t-storm static, making it hard to copy anmts. (Perry – Illinois) 4965.10, another Unid Brazilian spotted 10/4 at 0925 with fair signal and nondescript music. 0930 OM PP anmts. 0934 fanfare and talk show continuing. Radio Alvorada, Parintins, used to be here, perhaps them. (Perry – Illinois)

COLOMBIA 5909.95, Alcaraván Radio, Puerto Lleras, regularly heard with a reliably big signal. 9/18 at 1040, very nice with arpabacked romantic ballads. Usual musical time check at 1045, following pattern of first OM ID “Alcaravan Radio!” then time check and then YL providing yet another ID. Continuing with romantic pleasant HJ guitar ballads. (Perry – Illinois)

COSTA RICA 5954.28, Radio Republica, Guapiles, noted 0057 on 9/18 with Y YLs in SS dialogue. Fair signal and best in ECSBLSB. Horrible QRMing noise, sporadically covering station. (Perry – Illinois)

ECUADOR 4781.66, Radio Oriental, Tena, noting this one several times recently, most recently this morning 10/1 at 1100 shortly after sign-on (not there at earlier check), caught with YL live SS anmts in progress, canned ads and then some regional news briefs around 1104 with mtns of Costa Rica, Colombia and Honduras. Tentative ID at 1106 sounded like a quick “Radio Oriental” f/by ad with musica ecuatoriana in background. Rather mushy modulation, fades in and out, and sig lost by 1108. First hrd on 9/18 at *1057, some kind of musical tuning signal first noted, followed by OM apparently in opening anmts at 1058, musical ad at 1100. Sig faded down fast and soon lost. Also heard at 2328 t/in on 9/28, eco ads, OM with apparent sports nx briefs in SS. Fading up to better level by 2340. Occasional RTTY bursts QRMing the fqy, also bad t-storm noise this date. Fun to hear a new one, for me, and tnx to Dave Valko for his recent 100% ID on this one. This should be much better heard in a few weeks, as the morning 60 meter window into Western LA runs later into morning.(Perry – Illinois) 4814.98, tentatively Radio El Buen Pastor, Saraguro, hrd for first time in a while, 10/3 at 1052 tune-by when noted choral duo harmonizing along with country-style guitar. At 1054, very bassy-voiced deejay in SS, too muffled to read, but this was followed by religious chorale at 1057. Signal fading down fast and nearly gone by 1100. Good to know that this one is still around. (Perry –Illinois) 4781.57, Radio Oriental, Tena, noted 10/2 with poor signal at 2330 tune in, only traces at this point, Fading up to decent readability by 2342, when OM vocalizing sentimental ballad with flute arrangement accompanying. 2346 OM SS en eco anmts, f/by strummed guitar music and, at 2349, schmaltzy violin + piano mx. 2352 very bassy-voiced deejay f/by HC melodia, guitars and OM. At 2356, pretty plucked acoustic guitar but smashed by brief RTTY bursts which

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seem right on top of this fqy. Pgming and carrier seemed to disappear around 0002*, at least, that’s when I was finally certain I could no longer tease any pgming out of the ether! (Perry – Illinois) 4781.70, Radio Oriental, Tena, sat on this fqy from 1055 on 10/4 and was rewarded with abrupt *1058 with catchy, upbeat HC instrumental music, signal quite surprisingly nice, and than a canned opening ID anmts by OM in SS at 1100, including fqys and “Radio Oriental”. Dead air 1101 as perhaps live locutora asleep at the wheel . She finally started a minute later, but with signal’s modulation much, much lower than the previous recorded anmt. Into typical pgming of canned ads en eco, time checks, OM & YL apparent morning news chat. Left it at 1112 with faded signal too frustrating to stay with. (Perry – Illinois)

MYANMAR 7110, Thazin Radio (or whatever this is, at this time, I can’t keep it straight! Hi) absolutely pinning the S-meter at 1201 on 10/2, as we heard last year, they love to play local Burmese ‘covers’of old US pops. Today recognized “Total Eclipse of the Heart” and others like this. YL ancr. Signal very nice still at 1215. Delightful programming and should be there for us, nearly every morning, this winter season. Also fair signal 5985.86 presumed Myanmar at same time. (Perry – Illinois)

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 3235, Radio West New Britain, noted 1130 on 9/30 with choral hymns pgm, pretty good signal and only a touch weaker than the PNG kingpin on 90 meters right now, 3260. Thanks Ron Howard for the ID on this one. Was surprised to hear something here while bandscanning for PNGs, and didn't expect to find a resident for this fqy! (Perry - Illinois) 10/2 was an interesting morning for PNG, with strong signals from several stations among many which showed up. In general, PNG as heard here in Central USA follows patter of traces of carriers by 1100, full fade-in by 1130, peaks around 1145. Fading out past TOH, and noise coming up due to local daybreak in Chicago area. 3385, R. East New Britain, Rabaul, noted 1135 with pop vocals, live OM DJ in EE at 1142. Nice signal but a big muffled. Disco-like music at 1146 and then a reggae-like rap song at 1152. 3365, NBC Milne Bay, Alotau, weak 3315, NBC Manus, Lorengau, fair signal 1150 3345, 3325 and 3275 – not noted 3260, NBC Madang, best PNG on the band for me, just beautiful signal at 1155 check. 3235, Radio West New Britain, medium signal peaks to strong by 1135, one of best on the band. 3205, NBC Sandaun, Vanimo, W Sepik, fair signal during this window. (Perry – Illinois)

PERU 4774.95, Radio Tarma, reliably excellent most mornings -- such as 9/29 with morning folklorico program at 1035. Lovely fast-paced huaynos with guitar bass and arpa. OM live t/cks such as at 1035, “… cince de la manana y 35 minutos en Radio Tarma!”. Most mornings, is the best OA on the band other than 4810 Logos, which at times really booms in. With my new beveridge antenna pointed at the Andes, am really enjoying the morning DX in the 1000-1100 time slot. Bandscan shows nearly daily visits from (fqys approx.) 4700 San Miguel, 4747 Huanta, 4775 Tarma, 4810 Logos, 4955 Amauta, 5039a Junin. Wonder where some of the others, like LV Selva 4825a, are? Brazilians a little earlier are also nice, including: 4805, 4885, 4895, 4915, 4925, 5035. (Perry – Illinois) 4826.58, presumed Radio Sicuani, Sicuani, decent signal on a great Andes morning today, 10/3. First noted OM locator in SS, weakly, at 0955. OA mx bursts 0957 and ancr talking over. At 1000 nice clear t/ck by OM for “…las cinco de la manana . . . en la alma de Peru . . .” Into thumping guitar bass and arpa huayno, with locator cutting in and out, over the music for a few minutes. “Amigos oyentes! . . .” Signal building and starting to peak around 1012 when ad long ad string stretched to 1016. At 1020 signal now quite good and seemed regional news or mensajes, OM mentions “…en la ciudad de Huancavelica . . .” followed by an apparent phone-ins interview with a higher-voiced guy (or YL?). More telephone call-ins followed. At 1030 orchl theme and OM talkover, could have been prayer or ad. Locutor has a great deep bass voice, wonderful ‘pipes’ for the radio, hi. Faded down a bit so left this at 1033 to look for more OA treasures on the bands. Never got a 100% ID but everything else fits like a glove . . . also, this measured fqy is certainly part of the DNA for this specific Peruvian. (Perry – Illinois) 4955.00, Radio Cultural Amauta, Huanta, gorgeous signal 10/3 at´1038 tune-in. Clear signal, S-9, nspirational mx featuring OA YL with very high voice, sing-talking over western orchl mx. 1039 OM ancr, “…Son las cinco de la manana y 39 minutos en Radio Cultural Amauta . . .” Continued in lengthy sermonish spiel, mentioning for instance “ . . . gracias, Nuestro Senor . . .”. Congrats to RCA for their technical achievement: not only are they spot-on their nominal fqy, they are also pouring in most mornings with one of the top two or three signals out of the Andes! (Perry – Illinois) 5039.10, Radio Libertad de Junin, noted 10/3 (and nearly EVERY morning) at 1044 tune-in, OM with ID-t/ck at what seemed to be end of national news pgm. Into pgm of musica folklorica at 1045 with arpa and guitar huayno, with YL singing assumed QQ. Very nice signal. One of the most reliable of all the remaining Peruvians on the air, probably second to only Radio Tarma 4775 in the mornings. (Perry – Illinois)

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5120.01p, Radio “Ondas del Suroriente”, Quillabamba, presumed´the Peruvian here on 10/3 at 1047 check when heard Peruvian arpa huayno in progress. At 1048, very boomy voiced OM in SS, very difficult to read. At 1050, into more OA folklorico pgming. Have heard morning broadcasts out of Ondas del Suroriente here last winter. Seems to sign on kinda late, propagationally, like 1045 or so, just sneaking-in before the current bottom falls out on the USA/Andes morning path around 1100++. Should be better soon, as the morning openings lengthen as the season progresses. (Perry – Illinois) 4774. 96, Radio Tarma, Tarma, usual brilliant signal 1009 check on 10/4, with usual morning OA folklorico pgm. YL huayno w/ arpa and plucked bass of guitar. Music cranked down and then deejay talks over with quickie t/cks, MBDs, etc. Not there a few minutes earlier when sweeping band, so probably signed on a little later than nominal *1000. Consistently the best Peruvian signal on 60 meters in the morning. (Perry – Illinois) 4747.09, Radio Huanta 2000, noted with only fair-good signal 1015 on 10/4, after going missing the previous day, which had been, propagationally, a banner opening into the Andes. (Perry – Illinois) Ralph Perry, Wheaton, Illinois (Drake R8B; Japan Radio NRD-545; Eton E1; Hallicrafters SX100) (Dentron Super Tuner + Ameco PLF-2 + Palomar P-408 + Quantum Phaser antenna unit (customized for tropical bands) 355-foot bidirectional BOG positioned 150 deg / 330 deg for LA / SE Asia. Phased Longwire + Small Loop

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Anatoly Klepov Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 684, 07 October 2012 “RUS-DX” # 684 - Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 07 , Occtober 2012 Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic version - Time : UTC Chief Editor : Anatoly Klepov - Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova E-mail : [email protected] - Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian / English) “RUS-DX” may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and “RUS-DX” as source. RUSSIA Voice of Russia 03.10.2012 Voice of Russia via Moscow 0330-0400 11965 SIO 545 (Shukhrat Rakhmatullaev, Tashkent, Uzbekistan / “denebradio-dx” & “open_dx”) Radio Rossii 29.09.2012 Radio Russia from 08.30 until 09.00 UTC on the frequency 13665 kHz (Moscow, Taldom, 250 kW). SINPO: 44444. 30.09.2012 Radio Russia from 00.00 till 00.25 UTC on the following frequencies: 4050 kHz (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, 50 kW) - SINPO: 35333; 6085 kHz (Krasnoyarsk, 50 kW) - SINPO: 44444 6100 kHz (Kyzyl, 1 kW ?) - SINPO: 23332 (Receiver: Tecsan PL-660 - Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village, 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) 04.10.2012 1418-1424 UTC, 585 kjHz, Radio Russii through the Perm territory, 150 kW, 35343. In parallel to 639 kHz through Omsk, 75 kW, 22332, the disturbance of unknown Chinese station. A little later took the Radio of Russia on the frequency 738 kHz through Chelyabinsk, 40 kW - 22432, the interference from the Xinjiang PBS in Chinese. (QTH: Almaty - 43 degrees 15'N, 76 DEGREES 57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / “open_dx”)

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Radio Station «Mayak» 04.10.2012 1412-1415UTC, 594 kHz, lighthouse through Surgut, 1000 kW (is it for all the work?), 55454 In parallel to be heard on the 576 kHz through Angarsk, 250 kW, 45444-45333. (QTH: Almaty - 43 degrees 15'N, 76 DEGREES 57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / “open_dx”) Saint-Petersburg Yesterday, 29 September 2012, took place the first (technical) broadcasting of a student radio station broadcasting of the St. Petersburg State University telecommunications (SPbGUT) them. M. A. Bonch-Bruevich state University of telecommunications at a frequency of 1593 kHz. The boys were all administrative authorization of the service operation of the new building the prospectus of the Bolsheviks (it was harder and longer than licensing documents on the radio :-)), hanged antenna and went on the air! Power of the transmitter around 10 Watt (allowed 100), the antenna V-dipole, each the canvas of 47 meters: http://tubes.radiostation.ru/arb/index.php?fm=44&act=msg&topic=6930 And this figure plan antenna: http://tubes.radiostation.ru/arb/attachments/V-dipol.gifВ http://www.radiostation.ru/sitemap_eng.html From yesterday's letter: "Sergey, Hello! And so it happened! Today we finally made the antenna and connect to her transmitter, which were designed by my students. All participants of the process have fun:) Antenna hanged so, as we are with you and want. 2 beams of voles on 47 meters each. From the bottom to 3 insulator (thank you for them!) and stretching from the wire and then a rifle to a lamp-post. The top two beams agree, insulators and stretching from the wire at the mast of a small. Soldered coaxial cable. The transmitter is installed at the technical floor, which is the coaxial cable only 10 meters long. On the car ride with the receiver. For a couple of blocks heard. Here we have such cases. Sergey." Well, they still have a lot of what to tailor, because the 10-watt broadcast AM transmitter with an antenna must be heard at least kilometers on 6-7 (on household broadcast of the AM receiver) in the conditions of city building. http://www.radioscanner.ru/forum/topic45298-19.html#msg934766 (Victor Rutkowsky, Ekaterinburg, Russia / “opendx”) In launching the radio station "Radio of Bonch" (which is the identification of the station on the air) participated SaintPetersburg DX Club. That is why our forces was made and hung antenna. The test translation was carried out on 29 September 2012, with 10.49 to 12.15 on the frequency 1593.31 kHz. Radiation power was not measured, but, it seems, does not exceed 5 (instead of 10) Watt. Transferred the Western music with the identification of "Radio of Bonch" between songs. In the nearest plans - an exact adjustment of the frequency of the transmitter and the increase in output power up to par. Let me remind you that at the radio station "Radio Open City" 684 kHz/10 kW more than 5 years (since 26 August 2001 to November 6, 2005.) out weekly (!) DX program of St. Petersburg DX Club. Now this program will be broadcast on "Radio of Bonch"(of course, when we resolve technical issues and start regular broadcasts). Initially, all of the program will be transmitted to the entry, and in the longer term will be organized broadcast in a live broadcast. (Alexander Berezkin, Saint-Petersburg DX Club / “open_dx”) QSL on October 6, received QSL card from the "Family radio" for the reception in the Russian language 25.08.2012, 18.0018.30 UTC on the frequency of 1503 kHz. In the column specified Relay the location of the transmitter Moscow, Russia. The report sent эл.почтой: [email protected] Also sent a brochure Family Radio News, schedule calendars for the year of 2012. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “qsl-dx”) ARMENIA 30.09.2012 took the transfer of "the Voice of Mongolia" through the "Voice of Russia" on the Russian language History and culture of Mongolia with 01.42 to 01.52 UTC on the frequency 1314 kHz (Gavar, Armenia, 1000 kW). Reception 34343. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite Reception in the village, 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / ”deneb-radio-dx”) KYRGYZSTAN 30.09.2012 took the Kyrgyz radio in the Russian language with 00.25 till 00.40 UTC (transfer of a religious subject) and from 01.05 till 01.20 UTC on the frequency 4010 kHz (Bishkek, 100 kW ). SINPO: 33333. Noise from Morse. At the parallel frequency 4795 kHz (Bishkek, 15 kW) the reception was a little better - 45433. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village, 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) TAJIKISTAN 04.10.2012 1401-1407 UTC, 927 kHz, VOR in English through Tajikistan, ID "This is the Voice of Russia in London" news. 45454

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1612-1630 UTC, 927 kHz, Radio Japan NHK in Russian through Dushanbe, 300 kW. 55444-34333 (QTH: Almaty - 43 degrees 15'N, 76 DEGREES 57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X, Degen DE1103 AN: the frame with a perimeter AC 16 meters, Degen DE31MS Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / “open_dx”) UKRAINE 29.09.2012 with 06.55 to 06.58 UTC took “Dneprovskaya Volna” ("Dnieper wave") in the Ukrainian language at a frequency of 11980 kHz. Broadcast transmission of Ukrainian radio. Reception - 44444. In 06.58 UTC sounded identification , declared address the frequency and time of broadcasting, mentioned the QSL. 30.09.2012 with 07.25 to 07.59 UTC took “Dneprovskaya Volna” ("Dnieper wave") in the Ukrainian language at a frequency of 11980 kHz. Broadcast transmission of Ukrainian radio. Reception - 45444. In 07.59 UTC sounded identification of the Radio "Dniprovska Khvilya", declared address, the frequency and the time of broadcasting. Prior to this were three Ukrainian the songs. 05.10.2012 took the radio station "Mayak Odessa" from Odessa from 20.30 to 20.57 UTC on frequency 765 kHz. Passed songs, between the songs sounded the identification of the Russian "In the air of the Radio Mayak Odessa". Reception - 32432. Noise from the Radio of Russia from Petrozavodsk. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Reception in the village of 150 km. South-East of the city of Ryazan (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) ESTONIA 05.10.2012 took TWR in the Russian language with 02.40 to 03.10 UTC at a frequency of 1035 kHz (Tartu, Estonia, 100 kW). SINPO: 44544. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “denebradio-dx”) KYRGYZSTAN Radio Maranatha/Hit Shortwave, Bishkek heard on 5130 at 1448 January 13 [2011], carrier came on, too weak to take down any specific programme details. Noted during random checks to 1801 UT carrier off again. (Martien Groot-HOL, dxld via WDXC Contact magazine) TAJIKISTAN 5130 R Hit Shortwave, Bishkek (pres), 1742-1900*, Dec 15, [2010] songs, very weak, 15331. (Bernard Mille-F, dswci DX Window Dec 31 via dxld) And before that: KYRGYZSTAN 5130.00 R Hit Shortwave, Bishkek (ex 6030 kHz), 1720-1757* UT on Fri Dec 03, Vernacular conversation, religious hymns, 25322. (Anker Petersen-DEN, dswci DXW Dec 16 via BC-DX 18 December 2010) Note: the 5.1 MHz area is a prime spot for 2 x IF receiver images which one must beware of if the rig is subject to those: 5130 kHz could originate on 6030 or 6040 hmmm, look at that, it was reported to have moved from 6030 to 5130, coincidence? All this could be pointless, if the original item from Shukhrat above was axually saying it is *NOT* heard now! transformed into the opposite by stupid machine translation. (Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld) Probably Persian station on 5130 kHz seems to be Radio Sedaye Zindagi in Dari (Afgan-Persian) for Afghanistan. I copied ID of "Radio Sedaye Zindagi" in Feb. 2012. The condition was bad under the influence of OTH from China in Japan. http://www.sadayezindagi.com (Sei-ichi Hasegawa-JPN, dxld) Which says, "the home of Afghan Christian Radio", and not 5130 kHz, but is this outdated:? "Afghan Radio Broadcast Times: You can listen to Radio Sadaye Zindagi every morning at 7:00 am on the 31 meter band (9790 kHz). And every evening at 7:30 pm on the 25 meter band (11755 kHz)." (Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld) MOLDOVA Radio Rehoye Iran in Farsi is on the air on Monday Sept 24: 1700-1730 7530 KCH/Grigoriopol 100 kW 100 deg WeAS Mon-Fri, but not on Sept 25! (Ivo Ivanov and Georgi Bancov-BUL, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 26) RUSSIA On the upper side of the Radio frequency Russia has a strong rumble on frequencies : 12070, 13665, 7215, 9480 kHz. It is not out of the studio, as well as during the news to 567, 4050, 6085, etc. is missing. If was not familiar with the Russian language, I would think it is Saudi Arabia - they have been for ten years a number of transmitters can be heard with such a buzzing sound. May not be using the exact word for this sound. (Rumen Pankov-BUL, "denebradio-dx", RUSdx Sept 30) On September 27, the day on 13665 kHz especially buzzing, so that I couldn't normally listen to and turned off. It is clear that this is a defect of the transmitter in Moscow, which broadcasts Radio of Russia at all frequencies. (Alexander Egorov-UKR, "deneb-radio-dx", RUSdx Sept 30) BUZZ still there and visible also on Perseus window screen, Sept 30 13665. Informed Andrey at Taldom site by e-mail this morning ... maybe problem will be fixed next working week, despite of looming national holiday... wb.

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RUSSIA Radio station "Freedom" to stop from November 10, broadcasting in Moscow. From next November 10 will terminate the broadcasts of Radio Liberty / Radio Free Europe on mediumwave from Moscow. The tx should be that of 1044 kHz from Kurkino. Here is an article about: RIA Novosti. Radio Svoboda (Liberty) of November 10, stopped broadcasting on medium wave (1044 kHz, RUSdx ed.) in Moscow and transferred to the media type of broadcasting, which implies the transfer of the broadcasting of radio in Internet, has informed RIA Novosti Director of the Russian representative office of the radio station Elena Glushkova. A number of media outlets reported earlier that the "Freedom" to stop broadcasting in Russia on medium waves. "We had a license to broadcast only in Moscow, now in Moscow broadcast stops," said Glushkova. She noted that the decision on the termination of broadcasting in the capital brought about by the entry into force on 10 November norms of the Russian law on the mass media, in accordance with which the broadcasting may not be carried out on the territory of the Russian companies, more than 50 per cent of which are foreign individuals or legal entities. "We just belong to this category of companies. And as always respect the laws of the Russian Federation, we will abide by it and henceforth. Therefore, 10 November we will leave from the air", - said Glushkova. "We are developing the multimedia strategy, and it means, that as the main platform for broadcasting will now use the Internet," she added. Russian service of radio "Liberty" is one of the 23 services (editorial) radio station that broadcasts in 28 languages in 21 country of the Eastern Europe, Caucasus, Central Asia, near and Middle East. The correspondent network of the Russian service includes 23 Bureau (Bureau) and dozens of freelance correspondents in all regions of Russia and many countries of the world. Radio "Freedom" (the full name of the radio "Free Europe") is an international non-profit broadcasting organization, funded by the U.S. Congress. The headquarters of the organisation is located in the centre of Prague. (Sept 21 via RUSdx) TAJIKISTAN {UNIDENTIFIED} 15422 kHz, Chinese language outlet, seemingly SOH from Yangi Yul TAJIKISTAN noted in 1505-1513 UT slot Sept 25, S=7-8 signal here in Germany. Not jammed. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 25) TAJIKISTAN/RUSSIA 12109.970 One 500 kW TX unit at Orzu-TJK tx site is always odd frequency. That is probably the only Russian stn on odd behaviour. Noted VoRUS Arabic service at 16-17 UT Sept 25, scheduled // 12160 and 12165 kHz. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 25) UKRAINE [tentat. ? still ?] 11560 UNMISS Radio Miraya FM is again back on 11560 kHz channel on Sept 23 at 0405 UT S=9 in Germany. Female English announcer. Whether still from Mykolaiev-UKR? Perseus window screenshot is totally different compared to 11510 Kurdish language station. Registered in B-12 winter season on 9940 kHz at 0300-0600 to target zones 47,48 from Mykolaiev-UKR 250kW 180degr in Arabic/English, UKR MIR BRB. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Sept 23) UKRAINE Sept 22 from 1630 to 1700 UT took Ukrainian radio (radio channel Culture) at a frequency of 1431 kHz (Mykolaiv Luch, 150 kW). SINPO: 45454. Sept 23 from 0400 till 0430 UT took Ukrainian radio (radio channel Culture) at a frequency of 1431 kHz (Mykolaiv Luch, 150 kW). SINPO: 35433. Good reception of the Ukrainian radio to that frequency. Even today in the morning, when many Moscow transmitters on medium waves started to gradually disappear, ur-3 could be heard quite well. Sept 27 with 0330 to 0400 UT took Ukrainian radio-3 (radio channel Culture) at a frequency of 1431 kHz (Luch, Nikolaevskaya oblast, 150 kW). SINPO: 45444. (Dmitry Kutuzov-RUS, "deneb-radio-dx" via RUSdx Sept 30) UKRAINE On September 17, 2012 noted transition Radio Tsentr of Dokuchaevsk of the Donetsk region with 1359 kHz (where it strongly pressure the Iranians) on the frequency of 1017 kHz. In the air still declared to be the frequency of 1359 kHz. The power Radio Tsentr - 40 kW, the work was excellent, but recently reduced to 0300-2100 UT, according to the information on the site (Andrei Ehrlich-UKR, deneb-radio-dx, RUSdx Sept 23) 20 September 2012. Today heard only on 1359 kHz. (Mauno Ritola-FIN, deneb-radio-dx, RUSdx Sept 23) On September 21, 2012 took from 1724 to 1755 UT on 1431 kHz UR - 3 (Radio Culture) SINPO - 45444. Sent through the site report. But I doubt that the answer. For them it is not instituted. Drew attention to the site of the clock of a hurry to 5 minutes. Took the Degen 1103, the antenna of the staff of 10 meters.(Alexander Golovikhin-RUS, deneb-radio-dx, RUSdx Sept 23)

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INDICE Pagina 4 Daniela Antónova Yimber Gaviria

Contesta EE-mail de ADU USA: New Radio Station Debuts Monday Evening on Hawaii Island.

Pagina 5 Antonio Ángel / EA3GYE XXVII Encuentro Encuentro de Radioaficonados en Sant Sadurni D'Anoia D'Anoia Turquia: Turquia: Radio City FM selecciona AEQ Forum para sus estudios en Ankara Yimber Gaviria

Pagina 6 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Turquia: Frecuencias de la Voz de Turquía a partir del 28 de octubre de 2012 Russia: Radio Liberty to stop mediummedium-wave broadcasts in Russia on Nov. 10

Pagina 7 Horacio Nigro

La Radio Israelí corta la Onda Media , Rv: [dxld] Now Israel Radio is cutting MW

Pagina 8 Associação DX do Brasil Nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" do período de 01 a 30 de outubro de 2012 Elena Nikoláeva Contesta EE-mail mail de ADU Yimber Gaviria Mexico: Trabajos mexicanos ganan concurso de de producción de Bienal

Pagina 9 Onda Livre Euronews Euronews ganha três línguas e uma rádio / Zon vai ter um novo canal Disney Associação DX do Brasil Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 2525-0303-2012

Pagina 10 Juliano - PY4CBC Venda de Equipamentos Antônio Avelino da Silva Primer Encuentro de Diexistas de Pernambuco

Pagina 11 Victoria Sepciu Comunicado Ruben Walter Suarez Presentan Presentan chaleco para abrazarse en Facebook más allá de la distancia Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID Ainda Vendo : Motorola HT VHF - EPEP-450 novinho ( Fotos )

Pagina 12 Rodolfo Tizzi Canal A2 con programacion religiosa Tizzi Horacio Nigro CW9ØA Jose A. Kucher AM 540. Radio INCA. lima peru, DXDX-camp Ñacuñan 2012 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID Esquemas interessantes adicionados no site Logicamax

Pagina 13 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

NWS190 Sun Oct 14, 2012

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Argentina: Radio Cristal cumple 24 años

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Chile: ¿Cómo se organiza el mapa de de la radiodifusión en Chile?.

Pagina 16 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Russia: Radio Liberty to stop mediummedium-wave broadcasts in Russia on Nov. 10 Turquia: Radio City FM selecciona AEQ Forum para sus estudios en Ankara

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Peru: Radio Capital cumple cuatro años India: Prasar Bharati Broadcasting Corporation Plans Plans 839 Additional FM Stati

Pagina 18 Yimber Gaviria USA: New Radio Station Debuts Monday Evening on Hawaii Island. (14th October 2012) Antonio Ángel / EA3GYE XXVII ENCUENTRO DE RADIOAFICIONADOS EN SANT SADURNÍ D'ANOIA

Pagina 19 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

EE.UU: Microsoft lanzará nuevo servicio de radio y venta de música en la red España: El 23 de octubre arranca Radio Linea36.com

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España: Nace Onda Joven FM, Follow the ongoing Arctic DXpeditions

Pagina 21 Ralph Ralph Perry

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Pagina 22 Anatoly Klepov

Extracto del Boletin RUSRUS-DX # 686 Sunday / 21 , October 2012

Pagina 28 Ernesto Paulero Ralph Perry

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Pagina 30 Robert Wilkner

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Pagina 31 Rafael Rodriguez R Escuchas Extracto del Boletin RUSAnatoly Klepov RUS-DX # 685, 14 October 2012

Pagina 35 Roberto Pavanello Rodolfo Tizzi

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Pagina 36 Moises Knochen Miguel Castellino

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CONTENIDO Daniela Antónova Contesta E-mail de ADU ОТН.: News ADU No 060 to 062 Muchas gracias por el envío, estimado amigo. Cordialmente, Daniela Antónova, Encargada de la correspondencia. Radio Bulgaria - [email protected]

Yimber Gaviria USA: New Radio Station Debuts Monday Evening on Hawaii Island October 14, 2012 - By Sherry Bracken Resonate Hawaii will premier a new radio station on Hawaii Island on Monday, October 15, starting at 5 p.m. The WAVE is at 92.1 FM on the West side of Hawaii Island. The WAVE will be at 92.7 FM on the East side of the island, and will go over the air on Monday, October 22. It is also available for online listening at www.hawaiiswave.com. The station will offer what it calls “Today’s Fresh Mix” of top hits. The station will debut with the the broadcast of 9,200 songs in a row from artists such as Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Rihanna, Daughtry, Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Train, Beyonce, Matchbox 20, Usher, Bruno Mars, and Adele along with many others. Matt Stone, programming director, says that complementing the station will be an array of events and concerts, an extensive online destination with local events, blogs, music videos, photo galleries, celebrity gossip reports, and an embeddable and multi-functional streaming player. Fans of the station can also stay connected through instant messaging, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and other social networking sites, as well as via texting. “After a very long road, we are very excited to be launching Hawaii’s first contemporary hit radio station,” said Dan Deeb, Market Manger, Resonate Hawaii. “Sales and samples have said Hawaii Island loves today’s hit music. For too long the fans of this music have had nowhere to turn here on The Big Island. We are proud to be that outlet by playing “Today’s Fresh Mix.” Deeb is the managing member for Resonate Hawaii, LLC. The company got permission from the FCC to acquire two Hilo-based stations, KHBC (92.7 FM) and KIPA (1020 AM) and Kona-based KHwI (92.1) from Jerrold T. Lundquist’s Chaparral Broadcasting, of Jackson, Wyoming, for $500,000 last May. The stations were not actively broadcasting at the time. The FCC filing indicates Deeb owns 49 percent of Resonate Hawaii’s assets, with U. S. citizen/Australian resident Carla Maria Morris holding 30%; Australian group Guns of Seneca Pty Ltd. As Trustee for El Gordo Trust, with Sally Dobson as Principal, holding 20%; and Deanna Stenman of Arizona owning 1%. Deeb is also general manager of Mahalo Broadcasting LLC, which operates Hawaii Island FM stations KBGX (LAVA 105.3 FM , KKOA (KOA County 107.7 FM), and AM station KHNU (620 AM). Deeb says they’ve had some equipment problems that have resulted in outages for LAVA 105.3 FM and KKOA 107.7 FM over the last week, but those problems should be resolved soon and the stations will resume being able to be heard islandwide. He reinforced the company’s commitment to continuing its islandwide country and rock stations. SOURCE: http://www.bigislandnewscenter.com/new-radio-station-debuts-monday-evening-on-hawaii-island/ (((Listen))) http://khbc.streamon.fm/

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Antonio Ángel / EA3GYE XXVII Encuentro de Radioaficonados en Sant Sadurni D'Anoia 28 de octubre: XXVII ENCUENTRO DE RADIOAFICIONADOS EN SANT SADURNÍ D'ANOIA (provincia de Barcelona) y entrega de trofeos y diplomas del XXV Concurso Sant Sadurní capital del país del cava 2012. P Antes de imprimir este correo-e. piense si es realmente necesario: ¡el medioambiente es cosa de [email protected]! Antonio Ángel / EA3GYE

Asunto: XXVII Trobada de Radioaficionats a Sant Sadurní d'Anoia Com cada any us invitem a assistir a la XXVII Trobada de Radioaficionats a Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, el proper 28 d’octubre, on tindrà lloc el repartiment de Trofeus i Diplomes del XXV Concurs Sant Sadurní Capital del País del Cava 2012. Aquest any es molt especial per nosaltres, perquè celebrarem la edició número 25 del nostre concurs, no tothom pot dir això i per a mi es tot un honor organitzar-lo. Per celebrar aquesta fita tan important per nosaltres, em preparat una trobada diferent a les 24 anteriors, una trobada per recordar dolçament, us hem preparat un visita molt especial a la Fàbrica de Chocolates Simón Coll, de Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, segur que els nostres fills, i nosaltres mateixos gaudirem de la visita que ens estan preparant. Us adjunto un tríptic amb el programa de les activitats amb els seus horaris, així com els mapes corresponents a les diferents activitats. En el tríptic també trobareu la classificació i el repartiment de premis. Com cada any us agrairia que ens confirmeu l’assistència al dinar, dient les persones que sereu i amb qui us agradaria seure a taula. Aquest cop en especial, degut que la visita a la fàbrica de Chocolates Simón Coll te un cost, us agrairia la confirmació de la assistència i les persones que desitgen visitar la Fàbrica de Chocolates al e-mail [email protected], recordeu de venir amb els vostres fills. El preu de la visita anirà a càrrec del Radioclub Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, pels qui vinguin a la trobada, us convidem per celebrar aquest aniversari. Us esperem a tots. EA3RCS http://www.tim.cat/rcs/index.php/trobada-2012/128-xxvii-trobada-de-radioaficionats-a-sant-sadurni

Yimber Gaviria Turquia: Radio City FM selecciona AEQ Forum para sus estudios en Ankara La última tecnología digital de AEQ equipa su más moderno estudio para emisiones por Internet. Radio City FM, emisora de radio privada con presencia en las dos ciudades más importantes de Turquía (Estambul y Ankara) sumando casi 18 millones de potenciales oyentes y con una fuerte apuesta por Internet con un contenido generalista en turco con fuerte presencia de música local e internacional contemporánea, ha confiado para digitalizar sus estudios en Ankara por AEQ y su nueva consola digital compacta AEQ Forum. AEQ Forum ha sido elegida tanto por su tecnología y sencillez de manejo como por su diseño en forma de consola autocontenida de fácil instalación y operación. La configuración elegida consta de superficie de control de 12 faders, 6 entradas de micrófono, 8 entradas y salidas analógicas, 8 entradas y salidas digitales y dos híbridos telefónicos digitales incorporados, permitiendo cubrir las necesidades de las aplicaciones de Radio City FM más básicas de operación, así como las mas avanzadas. AEQ Forum dispone de dos secciones para el monitorado independientes (Control-locutorio), control de equipamiento externo a través de las teclas programables y fácil acceso a EQ, DYN,… La totalidad del proyecto ha sido coordinado, gestionado y ejecutado por el equipo técnico de socio local de AEQ en Turquía, Ideapro, liderado por su gerente, Ihsan Atak, y los servicios técnicos de AEQ en Madrid que sin necesidad de desplazamiento pudieron supervisar y modificar la configuración de forma remota vía Internet, toda una novedad en esta clase de proyectos de alto nivel tecnológico. FUENTE: http://www.panoramaaudiovisual.com/2012/10/11/radio-city-fm-selecciona-aeq-forum-para-sus-estudios-enankara/

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Yimber Gaviria Turquia: Frecuencias de la Voz de Turquía a partir del 28 de octubre de 2012 Amigas y amigos, Aquí están las nuevas frecuencias de la emisión en español de la Voz de Turquía (TSR) a partir del 28 de octubre de 2012 En directo para Europa: 31 metros 9495 Khz (17.30 UTC) Redifusión para Europa y las Américas: 31 metros 9410 Khz (02.00 UTC) 31 metros 9650 Khz (02.00 UTC) Volkan Koray Aytürk

Yimber Gaviria Russia: Radio Liberty to stop medium-wave broadcasts in Russia on Nov. 10 Moscow - Radio Liberty will stop its medium-wave broadcasts in Russia starting Nov. 10 but will preserve its online broadcasts, Yelena Glushkova, the head of the Radio Free Europe office in Russia, told Interfax. "We plan to stop our medium-wave broadcasts starting Nov. 10, as this is stipulated by Russian law. There are more than 48% of foreigners among our founders, and therefore we have no right to continue broadcasts in this range in Russia. Our lawyers recommended such a solution to us so as not to violate Russian law, and we always comply with the letter of the law," she said. Glushkova pointed out that the termination of MW broadcasts has no relation to the coming of new head of Radio Liberty's Moscow office Maria (Masha) Gessen. "This has no relation to Maria Gessen. We simply do not want to break the law. But we will certainly remain on the Internet and will continue broadcasting there," she said. A source from Radio Liberty had told Interfax earlier on Friday that employees of its Moscow office were being sacked in droves. "Virtually everybody is getting sacked - they are calling them in alphabetical order and giving them a sack. True, they offer compensations depending on who is sacked," the source said. Radio Liberty management says in explaining its moves that the Russian law is being amended and the radio station will have no frequency on medium waves, and therefore its broadcasts will be available only online, he said. "In reality, everything is being mopped up for Ms. Gessen, who has been appointed the new head of Radio Liberty's Moscow office," he said. Gessen herself said on Facebook that she did not order the firing of the radio station's Internet service. Gessen said she had sent a letter to Radio Free Europe in May as a consultant, in which she "described the general situation in the Moscow office and gave a number of recommendations, noting that a decision on particular individuals would have to be made by a new director, whoever it is." "The RFE management answered to the effect that 'many thanks' and everything was certainly right, but waiting for a new director to come is a luxury that they could not afford and that the service should have been reformed yesterday," Gessen said. She insisted that all decisions on personnel this week were made not by her but by the previous management. "By this moment (Gessen's appointment as the director), the reform plan, including the roster, had been drawn up, and I was invited precisely to the position of the director of a reformed service, and this is the very job I accepted. I have no reasons to doubt that the decisions that were made are right: all that I know about the decisionmaking process makes me think that these decisions are correct. That they were not made by me is just a historical fact," Gessen said. It was reported earlier that Lyudmila Telen, the editor of Radio Liberty's website, had announced the dismissal of the radio station's Internet service on Facebook, saying that this was Gessen's decision. SOURCE: http://www.kyivpost.com/content/russia-and-former-soviet-union/radio-liberty-to-stop-medium-wave-broadcasts-in-russia-on-nov-10-313293.html

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Horacio Nigro La Radio Israelí corta la Onda Media , Rv: [dxld] Now Israel Radio is cutting MW Otra de las desventajas de creer que con la web está todo bien para la radio. En el artículo abajo, que habla de la salida de aire de las emisiones en Onda Media de la radiodifusión nacional israelí, hay un párrafo revelador: Traduzco libremente... "Cuando IBA apagó sus trasmisores de onda corta, dos años atrás, prometió que su sitio web, http://iba.org.il iba a prestar un mejor servicio. Pero durante el reciente asalto de Israel a Hamas en Gaza, la alta demanda por obtener información, especialmente por interesados en noticias en Inglés - hizo que fuera imposible conectar con la página saturados sus servidores de solicitudes." El sitio web no lo diseñaron para más que 350 visitantes al mismo tiempo. Muy interesante el panorama que ha ilustrado, pues, Glenn Hauser que recoge un informe via Ehard Goddijn, Oct MW News via DXLD. Texto original incluido, resaltado en color mío. Horacio Nigro – Uruguay ----- Mensaje reenviado ----De: Glenn Hauser [email protected] - Para: [email protected] Enviado: Domingo 7 de octubre de 2012 20:22 - Asunto: [dxld] Now Israel Radio is cutting MW ** ISRAEL. ISRAEL RADIO CUTTING AM BROADCASTS, POSSIBLY HARMING ENGLISH NEWS --- Greer Fay Cashman 25/09/2012 Jerusalem Post The Israel Broadcasting Authority is gradually eliminating AM (medium-wave) broadcasts, a costcutting measure that will seriously harm Israel Radio's news in English and a dozen other foreign languages, The Jerusalem Post has learned. A date for closing the AM service completely has not been announced, but insiders indicated that the move was imminent. Until recently, anyone wishing to ascertain the frequencies used by the IBA for its radio news could find details of both AM and FM transmitters on its Web site. The AM listings have, however, disappeared without any explanation. Asked about the development, the IBA spokesperson confirmed that AM broadcasts were being cut. The spokesperson said the annual cost of maintaining an AM transmitter is NIS 20 million, a sum the IBA, in its current financial situation, can no longer afford. Informed sources voiced particular concern about the future of REKA, the foreign-language network that serves immigrants, the diplomatic community and anyone else whose Hebrew is insufficient to follow regular broadcasts. They said that FM reception for REKA is poor or nonexistent in many parts of the country due to the location and limited power of IBA transmitters. This includes many areas of Jerusalem. Besides its three daily English news broadcasts, REKA features around-the-clock news and programming in a dozen languages, including Russian, Amharic, French, Spanish, Hungarian, Ladino and Yiddish. REKA will continue to be broadcast over FM transmitters and the Internet, but industry sources claim that both suffer from technical limitations that will result in a severe drop in listenership. The IBA's response was that REKA had been given five FM transmitters to ensure that its broadcasts could be received throughout the country. The decision to phase out AM transmissions was made by the IBA's board of directors, with a caveat that FM transmitters first had to be installed and tested for all geographical areas to be affected, the IBA spokesperson said. The IBA said that existing AM transmitters were becoming obsolete, but recognizing that such transmitters should be available for emergencies meant they would not be done away with altogether. Therefore, it has asked the Prime Minister's Office to allocate a special budget for this purpose and has notified the Defense Ministry and Home Front Command that AM transmissions are being phased out. In addition, it will maintain AM transmitters where there is no FM alternative. Meanwhile, according to the spokesperson, the IBA is doing all it can to improve FM reception and strongly believes that efforts to this effect throughout 2009 will help increase rather than decrease listenership. Because they are broadcast on AM - which is more powerful than FM - Israel Radio's news programs in English and French are heard in neighboring Arab countries. "As they will no longer be available, this will deny Israel a voice in places where it is much needed," one source said. "Removing the medium-wave transmitters will just further diminish the ability of listeners to hear an already decimated news service, damaged by salami-style [piece-meal] cuts over many years. There are now growing demands for an inquiry into the way the IBA management has treated its radio services in general and its hitherto much-valued and respected English News," the source said. A source familiar with the situation said that by reducing listenership, the gradual replacement of AM transmitters could provide a pretext for the layoff of some of the 800 IBA employees slated for dismissal within the framework of broadcasting authority reforms. When the IBA switched off its shortwave transmitters two years ago, it promised that its Web site, http://iba.org.il would provide better service. But during Israel's recent assault on Hamas in Gaza, high listener demand - especially for English news broadcasts - often made it impossible to log on. Those responsible for the Web site evidently budgeted for a very limited number of listeners; one estimate is that only 350 people could access

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the live service at any given time - which an industry source called "woefully inadequate." Should the AM service be cut completely, there are fears that domestic listeners unable to receive FM transmissions will turn to the Internet, which would place even greater pressure on the already-limited service. The IBA said in response that it was upgrading its Web site to facilitate greater access. Areas in which FM transmitters have already? [sic] taken over from AM include Menda and Eitanim (FM 88.5), Safed (FM 94.4), Kochav Hayarden (FM 104.8), Acre, Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem (FM 101.3), Netanya (93.7) and Beersheba (FM 107.3). Broadcast reception from these transmitters covers an appreciable expanse, from Kiryat Shmona through the Golan Heights and the Galilee down to the Beit She'an Valley, and farther south to Ashkelon, part of Modi'in, Kiryat Gat, Kiryat Malachi and Sderot. Reception was also fairly good to excellent in the central areas of Nahariya, Nazareth, Haifa, Karmiel, Acre, Netanya, Tel Aviv, part of Hadera, Ashdod, part of Ashkelon and Jerusalem, the IBA asserted (via Ehard Goddijn, Oct MW News via DXLD) Israel is slightly larger than New Jersey, tho narrower. It should take no more than three strategically placed hi power/hi tower FM sites to blanket the entire country with all the networks (gh, DXLD)

Associação DX do Brasil Nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" do período de 01 a 30 de outubro de 2012 Já está a disposição a nova promoção "Dê o seu lance" referente ao período de 01 a 30 de outubro de 2012. Confira em www.adxb.com.br/exclusivo/lance.htm

Elena Nikoláeva Contesta E-mail de ADU Estimado amigo Ruben Walter Suárez Bonilla: Agradecemos su anuncio sobre la disponibilidad de los boletines con la información DX. Se lo entregué a mi colega Sergio Blaset, autor del programa para los amantes de la onda corta. Atte., Elena Nikoláeva, Departamento de emisiones en español y portugués de La Voz de Rusia

Yimber Gaviria Mexico: Trabajos mexicanos ganan concurso de producción de Bienal El Teatro Nacional de las Artes fungió como el lugar para la entrega de premios a lo más destacado en producciones radiofónicas del concurso de la 9a Bienal de Radio. Notimex 'El triunfo: más de 20 años de proteger la vida', de Raymundo de Jesús Zenteno Mijangos, del estado de Chiapas, ganó el Concurso Internacional de Producciones Radiofónicas realizado en el marco de la novena Bienal Internacional de Radio, que concluyó la víspera. El segundo lugar fue declarado desierto, mientras que el tercer sitio se otorgó a 'El alcohol y el volante son una combinación mortal', de Danae Helena Domínguez Nolasco, de Mérida, Yucatán, informaron los organizadores de la citada Bienal. La ceremonia de premiación se realizó en el Teatro de las Artes del Centro Nacional de las Artes (Cenart), donde se dieron cita profesionales, maestros, productores consagrados, jóvenes estudiantes y gente apasionada por la radio de servicio público. Gustavo Salinas Íñiguez, director del Instituto Zacatecano de Cultura 'Ramón López Velarde', fue el encargado de entregar el reconocimiento al primer lugar en la categoría de Campaña Promocional, que auspició el estado, al programa chiapaneco. La productora de radio Martha Romo, ganadora del reconocimiento 'José Vasconcelos' que otorga Radio Educación, premió a la emisión 'La hora feliz', de Sandra Romo Guerra, de Aguascalientes, como primer lugar de la categoría de Programas para niños y niñas. El segundo puesto fue para 'Paidópolis: Hostigamiento escolar', de Luz Estrella Giraldo López, de Colombia, y en tercer sitio fue para 'Cuando las luces se apagan: El Color de Kenneth', de Raymundo de Jesús Zenteno, de Chiapas. De igual manera, como un reconocimiento a la labor que se realiza desde las radios comunitarias en procesos culturales, interculturales o multiculturales, se entregaron reconocimientos en la categoría de Programa comunitario y/o indigenista, a cargo de María Eugenia Chávez, presidenta de la Asociación Mundial de Radios Comunitarias AMARC- México. Las producciones laureadas fueron 'Éxodo', de José Luis Balderrama Paredes, de Cali, Colombia; 'Yo´on antes' (Corazón de mujer), de Mario Galindo de Chiapas y 'Pies Descalzos', de Leonardo Santiago, de México, Distrito Federal; en primero, segundo y tercer lugar, respectivamente. En la categoría de Reportaje Radiofónico se brindó el

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primer lugar al trabajo 'El riesgo de ser periodista en México', bajo la producción de Erika Yoselín Rosete, del estado de Hidalgo, cuyo proceso de investigación logró profundizar en la recopilación de información, búsqueda y consignación de fuentes. Pablo Gómez Barrios, del staff de Radio Canadá Internacional, fue el encargado de otorgar los premios de esta categoría, en la cual el segundo lugar fue para “El oro verde del chocó”. ¿Una opción para la minería?, de Charlotte de Beauvoir, de Bogotá, Colombia; mientras que “La mujer obrera y su celebración de muertos: El paso Texas”, una producción de Radio Más-Radio y Televisión de Veracruz, obtuvo el tercer lugar en radiorreportaje. 'Los que vienen', de Julia Mengolini, de Buenos Aires, Argentina; 'El fin justifica @ los medios', de María Graciela Ramírez Romero, de México, Distrito Federal, y 'En la boca no, el agua', de Marcos Grajales, de Buenos Aires, Argentina, resultaron las tres producciones ganadoras en la categoría de Revista Radiofónica, quienes recibieron su galardón de manos de Vicente Muleiro, subdirector ejecutivo de Radio Nacional de Argentina. Por su parte, la categoría de Radiodrama otorgó el primer lugar a Edmundo Cepeda, de México, por su emisión denominada 'Armando Fraile Vega', destacada por su habilidad para propiciar la integración del mundo teatral y literario en la radio. La directora del Sistema Chiapaneco de Radio, Televisión y Cinematografía, Deborah Iturbe, se encargó de dar el galardón, auspiciado por el estado de Chiapas. Emiliano López Rascón resultó ganador en la categoría Radioarte, gracias a 'No identificado', producción destacada por su creatividad e integración de expresiones artísticas y tecnológicas contemporáneas, recibiendo el premio de manos de Sol Pérez Vallín, coordinadora de Jalisco Radio. El segundo lugar de esta categoría fue para 'Ánimas', de Francisco Tito Rivas, de México, Distrito Federal, y en tercer lugar quedó '72 palabras', emisión de Martha Eugenia Acevedo de Valdez. Asimismo, por la correcta utilización de todos los recursos radiofónicos (entrevista, dramatización, música, efectos, insertos testimoniales), en la categoría de Documental Sonoro el trabajo premiado fue 'Le papier peint c’est chic!' de Amandine Casa Damon, de París, Francia. “Kanus Hionterlassen Keine spuren” (Las canoas no dejan rastro), en lengua Yagan, de Joaquín Cófreces, de Ushuaia, Argentina, y “Un viaje a la Roqueta”, de Roberto Cisneros Ventura, del estado de Guerrero, obtuvieron el segundo y tercer lugar respectivamente, dentro de la misma categoría. Y Programa de jóvenes para jóvenes, fue la única que no solicitó como requisito indispensable que la producción hubiese sido difundida por radio o internet. Bajo estos criterios, se reconoció el trabajo amateur de María del Carmen Santiago Torres, por su programa “La democratización de los medios de comunicación en México”. El segundo sitio fue para 'Los logros de México a 200 años', de Emmanuel Tapia Bedolla,de Morelia, Michoacán, y en tercer lugar de la categoría se ubicó 'Libertad es oportunidad', de Gisliene Hesse, de Brasil. La entrega de reconocimientos a esta categoría estuvo a cargo de Catalina Ceballos Carriazo, Subgerente de Radio y TV de Colombia, quien destacó que es la primera ocasión que se premia a la juventud en la Bienal Internacional de Radio. Adicional a los tres primeros lugares en las categoría de Programa de jóvenes para jóvenes y Campaña Promocional, se entregó un 'Reconocimiento especial del público', que consistió en un diploma y la transmisión del programa a través del sitio web e-radio.edu.mx. Además, todas las producciones radiofónicas ganadoras serán difundidas por las emisoras de la Red de Radiodifusoras y Televisoras Educativas y Culturales de México. Los premios económicos para los primeros lugares ascienden a 40 mil pesos, para los segundos 35 mil y los terceros lugares 30 mil pesos mexicanos; asimismo, fueron entregadas 18 menciones honoríficas en el cierre de la Bienal. Cultura y Entretenimiento - Domingo, 07 de Octubre de 2012 16:50 - Redactor: Elizabeth Martínez FUENTE: http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=43825&Itemid=26

Onda Livre Euronews ganha três línguas e uma rádio / Zon vai ter um novo canal Disney • Zon vai ter um novo canal Disney • Euronews ganha três línguas e uma rádio pode ler estas notícias na nossa página inicial Onda Livre - Portal Português de Rádio - www.ondalivre.com

Associação DX do Brasil Áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" de 25-03-2012 Comunicamos que já se encontra a disposição o mais recente áudio do programa "Encontro dos Amigos" referente ao quarto domingo de março/2012. Neste programa dominical você encontra o espaço "Correios dos Ouvintes" da Rádio França Internacional e "Correspondência da Semana" da Rádio Vaticano. Ainda neste programa você confere a participação do Leonaldo Ferreira e as notícias semanais do mundo das ondas curtas com o Jailton Amaral. Confira em www.adxb.com.br/ea-25032012.mp3

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Juliano - PY4CBC Venda de Equipamentos Com a permissão dos Srs. Moderadores, tenho os seguintes equipamentos disponivéis para venda: 1) HT Icom ICV8 com duas baterias e muito conservado.R$300,00 2) HT Icom programavel com 16 canais novo.R$350,00 3) MIC PRÓ II Reforçador de microfone.R$100,00 4) Amplificador Linear Lafayette HA 250A Válvulada para 10 e 11 metros.R$350,00 5) Rádio Tiger 80 - 11 metros, vai de 26.000 a 29.000 Mhz, trouxe esse rádio dos Estados Unidos, linha especial da Cobra. R$350,00 6) Speaker/Phone Patch Yaesu da linha do FT101.R$200,00 Envio fotos aos realmente interessados. Atenciosamente. - Juliano - PY4CBC

Antônio Avelino da Silva Primer Encuentro de Diexistas de Pernambuco Primeiro Encontro de Dexistas de Pernambuco - Os 90 anos do rádio no Brasil Data: 24 de Novembro de 2012 - Hora: das 09h30min às 17h - Local: Shopping Difusora Endereço: Avenida Agamenon Magalhães, 444 - Bairro: Maurício de Nassau Cidade/Estado/País: Caruaru – Pernambuco - Brasil PROGRAMAÇÃO OFICIAL 09h30min ABERTURA 10h ANTÔNIO AVELINO (DEXISTA ORGANIZADOR DO EVENTO – CARUARU-PE) TEMA: A TRAJETÓRIA DO RÁDIO 10h30min CLEO NICÉAS (PRESIDENTE DA ASSERPE – RECIFE-PE) TEMA: MERCADO DA RADIODIFUSÃO, PRODUÇÃO DE CONTEÚDO 11h SAMIR ABOU HANA – (RADIALISTA E APRESENTADOR - REDE NOVA NORDESTE – RECIFE-PE) TEMA: A PROGRAMAÇÃO DO RÁDIO – A SUA TRAJETÓRIA. 11h30min IVAN FEITOSA (DIRETOR EXECUTIVO DAS RÁDIOS LIBERDADE AM E FM – CARUARU-PE) TEMA: OS DESAFIOS DO RÁDIO PARA O FUTURO. 12h Intervalo para almoço 13h ONILDO ALMEIDA (CANTOR, COMPOSITOR, RADIALISTA - RÁDIO CULTURA DO NORDESTE AM – CARUARU-PE) TEMA: A IMPORTÂNCIA DO RÁDIO NA SOCIEDADE DE ONTEM E DE HOJE. 13h30min

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JOSÉ MOURA (APRESENTADOR DO PROGRAMA ENCONTRO DX DA RÁDIO APARECIDA – SÃO PAULO-SP) TEMA: O MUNDO DAS ONDAS CURTAS - O FUTURO QUE NOS AGUARDA. JAIRO MORAIS – (DEFESA CIVIL – CARUARU-PE) TEMA: A IMPORTÂNCIA DO RADIOAMADORISMO PARA A POPULAÇÃO CAPTAÇÃO DE EMISSORAS EM ONDAS CURTAS HOMENAGENS, ENTREGA DE CERTIFICADOS E SORTEIOS DE BRINDES ENVIADOS PELAS EMISSORAS ENCERRAMENTO

Antônio Avelino da Silva - R. Dalton Santos, 73 CEP- 55006-380 - Caruaru - Pernambuco – Brasil (Tel. 55 (81) 9741-3846) E-mail: [email protected]

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Victoria Sepciu Comunicado Estimados amigos. Os adjunto nuestro horario de invierno. Gracias por vuestro constante apoyo. Un muy cordial saludo, Victoria Sepciu A partir del 28 de octubre de 2012 y hasta el 10 de marzo de 2013, las emisiones en español, por onda corta, de Radio Rumanía Internacional se pueden sintonizar de este modo: Hora UTC Frecuencias Destino 20.00 6.010 9.895 España 22.00 13.860 15.160 Sudamérica 00.00 13.590 15.110 Sudamérica 00.00 7.315 9.525 El Caribe 03.00 11.825 13.630 Sudamérica 03.00 11.850 9.765 Centroamérica; También se pueden sintonizar vía satélite y en Internet, en formato WMA (Windows Media Audio), en la página www.rri.ro . Además, en Europa, se pueden sintonizar a través del satélite HOT BIRD CINCO, en la frecuencia de 11623,28 Megahercios, polarización vertical, acimut 13 grados.

Ruben Walter Suarez Presentan chaleco para abrazarse en Facebook más allá de la distancia El Instituto de Tecnología de Massachusetts, presentó una última innovación tecnológica, creada prácticamente que con nombre y apellido: un chaleco para abrazarse vía Internet a la distancia, sin importar cuan lejana la misma sea, y que todo apunta será presentado por Facebook en sus novedades más inmediatas. l chaleco “Like-A-Hug” (Como un abrazo), fue presentado en el sitio web de la diseñadora Melissa Kit Chow, y ya está siendo promocionado como “un medio de comunicación social portable”. La prenda, que no difiere en mucho de un chaleco convencional en apariencia, se infla para abrazar al que la lleva puesta, cada vez que un contacto de Facebook pulsa “Me gusta” en alguna de las publicaciones que el titular de la prenda tenga en la red social. Le faltan los colores En su primera presentación pública los chalecos eran todos negros, aunque los creadores afirman que apenas tengan el éxito necesario, seguramente el espectro cromático será total. Los chalecos deberán proliferar para tener el éxito deseado ya que funcionan en ambos sentidos: cuando una persona que lo lleva puesto, recibe un abrazo, mientras se desinfla del mismo, puede apretarlo de tal modo que retribuya el abrazo a quien lo envió. “Se trata de estar cada vez más cerca de pesar de la distancia física”, afirma la creativa Chow, que trabajó en el Media Lab, de la Escuela de Arquitectura y Planificación del tecnológico estadounidense. La meta del chaleco es según su promoción “un mundo lleno de Like-A-Hugs, donde la gente los use en todo lugar, estando siempre en contacto, compartiendo sus vidas, haciendo posible compartir los sentimientos”. http://www.lr21.com.uy/tecnologia/1066085-presentan-chaleco-para-abrazarse-en-facebook-mas-alla-de-ladistancia#utm_source=emailmarketing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID Ainda Vendo : Motorola HT VHF - EP-450 novinho (Fotos) VENDO: EP-450 novinho com duas baterias e acessórios originais. Excelente radio ja progamado as 16 frequencias . Segue fotos originais do equipamento . Valor = 420,00 a vista com frete ja incluso Interesso em trocas , porem para trocar o valor é de 550,00 Confira tudo sobre o rádio nesse link : http://radios-motorola-digitais.com.br/catalogos/ep450_sem_visor.pdf

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Rodolfo Tizzi Canal A2 con programacion religiosa Desde hace días vengo escuchando en la frecuencia de la portadora del audio del canal A2 (59750 kHz) el sonido de un canal de TV con programación religiosa que no he podido identificar de ninguna manera, por mas que me he quedado a varias horas del día estacionado allí hasta que el estomago me aguantó, para averiguar cual es. Por las características de la propagación, me da la impresión que debe ser de alguna parte de la provincia de Buenos Aires. Dudo mucho que sea del interior de Uruguay porque no tengo noticias que existan esta clase de emisoras aquí en esa zona del espectro. Indudablemente que no es América TV por los contenidos ni por el estilo. El acento de los doblajes de las películas es el usual español mexicano neutro, pero algunos de los temas musicales y sobre todo, en lo que intuyo que son algo asi como breves escenas "ejemplificantes" se oye un fuerte acento mexicano y/o caribeño. No parece haber mucha producción propia que digamos. No he escuchado en estos días el audio de los canales de TV de Buenos Aires o Mar del Plata, y la señal es relativamente estable casi que las 24 horas del día. Adjunto video de Youtube tomado hace minutos, a las 1742 UTC de hoy: http://youtu.be/PCj1uluMfrg Por cierto que cualquier dato, les quedo muy agradecido. 73 desde Montevideo.

Horacio Nigro CW9ØA CW9ØA se activará en fonía este próximo fin de semana. Los días 13 y 14 de octubre, activaremos desde el Campo de antenas de Radiogruposur el indicativo especial CW90A, dedicado a conmemorar el nonagésimo aniversario de la radiodifusión uruguaya. Estaremos en todas las bandas de radioaficionados, y podrá seguirnos en nuestros medios de contacto: Página web: http://cw90a.radiogruposur.org/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/cw90a Twitter: https://twitter.com/cw90a Qrz.com: http://qrz.com/cw90a Livestream: http://www.livestream.com/cw90a via Horacio Nigro, CX3BZ

Jose A. Kucher AM 540. Radio INCA. lima peru, DX-camp Ñacuñan 2012 LLegaba con toda comodidad con musica del Altiplano.

http://youtu.be/3JH-eWdS7bA

Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID Esquemas interessantes adicionados no site Logicamax Ola amigos , boa tarde . Mais 3 esquemas interessantes adicionados no meu site : http://cms.logicamaxtec.webnode.com.br/eletronica-/ Atenciosamente, *Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID* Diretoria geral - Gerenciamento e controle www.logicamax.com.br Atendimento e suporte: (33) 8877-8001 – Oi (33) 9116-8001 – Tim Teófilo Otoni - MG – Brasil

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Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS190 Sun Oct 14, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] - [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA - 317 891 8540

Adventist World Radio NWS190.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS190 (ENGMI_WAVx_20121014) * Production Date Tuesday October 9, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday October 10, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday October 11, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday October 11, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday October 14, 2012 * Contents 1. South Pacific Panorama SPP7-27b: Radio New Zealand on Shortwave, On Air Personalities 2. Identification Signal 3. HFCC Report: Radio France International 4. Philippine DX Report 5. The Radio Scene: Rocky Mountain National Park 6. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS190 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe * Opening Announcement - 00:14 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. South Pacific Panorama: Radio New Zealand on Shortwave On Air Personalities 2. HFCC Report: Radio France International 3. Philippine DX Report 4. The Radio Scene: Rocky Mountain National Park * South Pacific Panorama: Radio New Zealand on Shortwave, On Air Personalities - 00:50 * Introduction Program from David Ricquish at Radio Heritage in New Zealand Courtesy of Adrian Sainsbury at Radio New Zealand International The story from early on-air personalities The 1st item you will hear in this program from Radio New Zealand International is an earlier interview with the very well known international radio monitor, the late Arthur Cushen.

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* SPP7: RNZI-27b 00:00 Begin Radio New Zealand, Bird Call Hi, I’m David Ricquish, in the Wellington studios when it began broadcasting in 1948. 00:21 Cut 08:31 Begin Let’s now hear a a short piece from Arthur himself. Interview with Arthur Cushen Interview with Rudi Hill Brass band music Fade down 16:36 Cut 00:00 Begin Bird call 00:07 Cut Total Duration - approx 08:33 * Back Announce Program from David Ricquish at Radio Heritage in New Zealand Courtesy of Adrian Sainsbury at Radio New Zealand International * Program Announcement - 10:06 Allen Graham * HFCC Report: Radio France International - 10:57 John McGwyor * Philippine DX Report - 17:50 Henry Umadhay * The Radio Scene: Rocky Mountain National Park - 23:03 Jeff White * Music of the World - 27:08 Colorado: The Call of the Elk * Closing Announcement - 27:16 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. It is True! Pitcairn Island on the Air 2. Ancient DX Report 1900 3. European Perspective 4. Bangladesh DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:- Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229 USA [email protected] - Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:30 * Program Ends - 28:55

Yimber Gaviria Argentina: Radio Cristal cumple 24 años Radio Cristal Urdinarrain llega 16 de octubre a 24 años de vida. La emisora que dirige Leonardo Riehme suena en el 89.7 mhz del dial y es la de mayor audiencia y popularidad en la ciudad. A raíz de su compromiso, seriedad y responsabilidad ha logrado ubicarse como líder pero además siendo un servicio que se ha transformado en esencial para los vecinos que vuelcan todas sus preocupaciones y necesidades en la radio. Radio Cristal trasmite los partidos de Boca y River, además de todos los eventos deportivos destacados. Está presente en cada noticia que sucede en la ciudad con móviles en vivo. Programas periodísticos y musicales. Además ha realizado importantes campañas solidarias para colaborar con las instituciones de Urdinarrain. Hace algunos años incorporó a sus servicios informativos, el sitio www.cristalurdi.com.ar que supera las cinco mil visitas diarias siendo el lugar mas consultado en la ciudad a la hora de informarse. El 16 de octubre apagará 24 velitas y sumará un año más a su prestigiosa historia. Sitio Web: http://www.cristalurdi.com.ar/ Fuente: http://www.eldiadegualeguaychu.com.ar/333714/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cristalurdi Twitter: http://twitter.com/cristalurdi

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Yimber Gaviria Chile: ¿Cómo se organiza el mapa de de la radiodifusión en Chile? Cuatro son los grupos económicos que hoy dominan la radiodifusión en Chile, luego de la reciente adquisición del Grupo Luksic de las radios Horizonte y Oasis, a pesar de los reparos que manifestó en abril de este año la Fiscalía Nacional Económica. Según académicos y radioemisores, las radios comunitarias serían las mayores perjudicadas, junto a la ciudadanía, que ve trasgredido su derecho a la información, y los daños que transacciones como estas traen a la misma democracia. La década del ´20 vio nacer en Chile, con fuerza inusitada, a la radiodifusión. Memorables radioteatros, noticias, comentarios políticos y presentaciones musicales nutrían largas horas de transmisiones, lideradas por locutores, artistas, técnicos y –por oficio- periodistas chilenos. Luego, en los años treinta, se constituyen más de 70 radioemisoras, entre las cuales se encuentran la Cooperativa, Agricultura y Hucke, que luego se llamó Nuevo Mundo. Estos medios de comunicación dejaron de manifiesto su importancia y eficiencia al erigirse como los principales canales de información y vinculación territorial durante el terremoto de Chillán en 1939 y la cobertura internacional de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Desde entonces, y contraviniendo la arremetida de la tecnología y la televisión, la radio ocupa un lugar privilegiado en los hogares. El terremoto de febrero de 2010 recordó su infalible rol comunicador e internet ha logrado fortalecer su cobertura mediante la transmisión online, el podcast y los diarios electrónicos que día a día mantienen itinerarios informativos para la ciudadanía. No por nada es la institución más confiable de Chile, con un 45,8 por ciento de las preferencias, según la Encuesta Nacional 2012 de la Universidad Diego Portales, por sobre Carabineros, la televisión, el Gobierno y la Iglesia Católica. No obstante, al analizar la estructura de propiedad de la radiodifusión chilena quedan en evidencia las debilidades de nuestra legislación y la potencia de los grupos económicos, que hoy detentan el poder de informar y levantar agendas públicas. Esta estructura de propiedad acaba de modificarse una vez más, cuando a fines de septiembre el Tribunal de la Libre Competencia autorizó a Canal 13, medio televisivo perteneciente al Grupo Luksic, a adquirir las radios Oasis y Horizonte, junto a todas sus repetidoras regionales. Todo a pesar de que en abril de este año, la Fiscalía Nacional Económica reconoció los “riesgos para la libre competencia y calidad de los servicios desde la óptica del pluralismo, dado un escenario de altos niveles de concentración”. Como detalla en la prensa Raúl Rodríguez, periodista y dirigente de la Asociación Mundial de Radios Comunitarias (AMARC), “varios argumentos ponen en entredicho las acciones del Tribunal, que ha tenido como “política”, en sus 9 años de existencia, visar compras, fusiones, absorciones, transferencias, sin mayores restricciones”, pues con esta transacción, la concentración de la radio en Chile se reduce a cuatro actores de importancia: “Iberoamerican Radio Chile (Grupo Prisa) (11): Concierto, Activa, ADN, 40 principales, Imagina, Pudahuel, Futuro, Rock and Pop, Uno, FM Dos y Corazón; Grupo Copesa-Dial (6):Beethoven, Carolina, Duna, Disney, Paula y Zero; Grupo Luksic (4): Horizonte, Oasis, Play y Sonar; y Grupo Bezanilla(3): Tiempo, Romántica e Infinita”. Eugenio González, director de la Radio Congreso de Valparaíso, y presidente del V comité de la Asociación de Radiodifusores de Chile (ARCHI) lamenta que “capitales tan grandes entren creando su propio complejo radial, ya que nosotros, las radios regionales, seguimos sufriendo, porque son radios con mucho dinero, con mucho capital detrás. No podemos competir con ellos y se nos pone más difícil a las radios regionales”, señaló, refiriéndose a la lucha que dan las radios locales y comunitarias por acceder a las concesiones y sostenerse en el tiempo. Para Faride Zerán, directora del Programa de Libertad de Expresión de la Universidad de Chile, “se habla de colusión con las farmacias, pero se obvia cuando se trata de medios de comunicación, cuando se trata del pensamiento y el derecho a la información de todos los chilenos”. En ese sentido, la periodista asegura que “estamos en un mundo bastante anacrónico, muy perjudicial para valorar una democracia que se mide por la fortaleza de sus medios de comunicación”. En efecto, como continúa Raúl Rodríguez, el “Grupo Dial-Copesa ya cuenta con señales televisivas, radiales y diarios; Grupo Luksic aumenta penetración en radio sumada a su presencia en televisión; y Grupo Bethia con Mega entró al mercado radial con la señal de Candela”. En este espacio, los medios comunitarios, aquellos levantados y forjados por la ciudadanía, se encuentran en clara desventaja. Un panorama adverso, según Faride Zerán, pues “esos medios de comunicación comunitarios están construyendo ciudadanía en la medida en que los temas y problemas de la gente son llevados a ese espacio de lo público y son debatidos. Es muy importante porque va constituyendo un tejido que nos hace tener una ciudadanía más empoderada”, señaló. Así, una sociedad que desde hace unos años ha acumulado cierta fuerza para irrumpir en las calles, encuentra hoy en el derecho a la información, a la libertad y pluralidad de puntos de vista también una necesaria conquista. Una batalla que muchos radio emisores dan a diario, como Eugenio González en Valparaíso, quien declara orgulloso que “con un corazón grande y una vocación tremenda nosotros seguimos luchando”. Fuente: http://radio.uchile.cl/noticias/175344/

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Yimber Gaviria Russia: Radio Liberty to stop medium-wave broadcasts in Russia on Nov. 10 Moscow - Radio Liberty will stop its medium-wave broadcasts in Russia starting Nov. 10 but will preserve its online broadcasts, Yelena Glushkova, the head of the Radio Free Europe office in Russia, told Interfax. "We plan to stop our medium-wave broadcasts starting Nov. 10, as this is stipulated by Russian law. There are more than 48% of foreigners among our founders, and therefore we have no right to continue broadcasts in this range in Russia. Our lawyers recommended such a solution to us so as not to violate Russian law, and we always comply with the letter of the law," she said. Glushkova pointed out that the termination of MW broadcasts has no relation to the coming of new head of Radio Liberty's Moscow office Maria (Masha) Gessen. "This has no relation to Maria Gessen. We simply do not want to break the law. But we will certainly remain on the Internet and will continue broadcasting there," she said. A source from Radio Liberty had told Interfax earlier on Friday that employees of its Moscow office were being sacked in droves. "Virtually everybody is getting sacked - they are calling them in alphabetical order and giving them a sack. True, they offer compensations depending on who is sacked," the source said. Radio Liberty management says in explaining its moves that the Russian law is being amended and the radio station will have no frequency on medium waves, and therefore its broadcasts will be available only online, he said. "In reality, everything is being mopped up for Ms. Gessen, who has been appointed the new head of Radio Liberty's Moscow office," he said. Gessen herself said on Facebook that she did not order the firing of the radio station's Internet service. Gessen said she had sent a letter to Radio Free Europe in May as a consultant, in which she "described the general situation in the Moscow office and gave a number of recommendations, noting that a decision on particular individuals would have to be made by a new director, whoever it is." "The RFE management answered to the effect that 'many thanks' and everything was certainly right, but waiting for a new director to come is a luxury that they could not afford and that the service should have been reformed yesterday," Gessen said. She insisted that all decisions on personnel this week were made not by her but by the previous management. "By this moment (Gessen's appointment as the director), the reform plan, including the roster, had been drawn up, and I was invited precisely to the position of the director of a reformed service, and this is the very job I accepted. I have no reasons to doubt that the decisions that were made are right: all that I know about the decision-making process makes me think that these decisions are correct. That they were not made by me is just a historical fact," Gessen said. It was reported earlier that Lyudmila Telen, the editor of Radio Liberty's website, had announced the dismissal of the radio station's Internet service on Facebook, saying that this was Gessen's decision. Fuente: http://www.kyivpost.com/content/russia-and-former-soviet-union/radio-liberty-to-stop-medium-wavebroadcasts-in-russia-on-nov-10-313293.html

Yimber Gaviria Turquia: Radio City FM selecciona AEQ Forum para sus estudios en Ankara Radio City FM, emisora de radio privada con presencia en las dos ciudades más importantes de Turquía (Estambul y Ankara) sumando casi 18 millones de potenciales oyentes y con una fuerte apuesta por Internet con un contenido generalista en turco con fuerte presencia de música local e internacional contemporánea, ha confiado para digitalizar sus estudios en Ankara por AEQ y su nueva consola digital compacta AEQ Forum. AEQ Forum ha sido elegida tanto por su tecnología y sencillez de manejo como por su diseño en forma de consola autocontenida de fácil instalación y operación. La configuración elegida consta de superficie de control de 12 faders, 6 entradas de micrófono, 8 entradas y salidas analógicas, 8 entradas y salidas digitales y dos híbridos telefónicos digitales incorporados, permitiendo cubrir las necesidades de las aplicaciones de Radio City FM más básicas de operación, así como las mas avanzadas. AEQ Forum dispone de dos secciones para el monitorado independientes (Control-locutorio), control de equipamiento externo a través de las teclas programables y fácil acceso a EQ, DYN,… La totalidad del proyecto ha sido coordinado, gestionado y ejecutado por el equipo técnico de socio local de AEQ en Turquía, Ideapro, liderado por su gerente, Ihsan Atak, y los servicios técnicos de AEQ en Madrid que sin necesidad de desplazamiento pudieron supervisar y modificar la configuración de forma remota vía Internet, toda una novedad en esta clase de proyectos de alto nivel tecnológico. FUENTE: http://www.panoramaaudiovisual.com/2012/10/11/radio-city-fm-selecciona-aeq-forum-para-sus-estudios-enankara/

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Yimber Gaviria Peru: Radio Capital cumple cuatro años Hace cuatro años nació la radio que el pueblo esperaba, la que permite a sus oyentes opinar libremente y decir lo que piensa. Hace cuatro años nació Radio Capital con una consigna: Tu opinión Importa! Salimos al aire un 13 de octubre y desde ese momento el Perú se hizo protagonista y la radio empezó a tener un nuevo sentido. Además de Lima 96.7 FM, Radio Capital se escucha en Andahuaylas 93.3 FM, Cerro de Pasco 92.1 FM, Chiclayo 98.3 FM, Chimbote 89.1 FM, Iquitos 105.9 FM, La Merced 98.3 FM, Piura 104.9 FM, Pucallpa 102.5 FM y Sullana 102.1 FM. Hoy, bajo la dirección de Martha Monge y los líderes de opinión Augusto Álvarez Rodrich, Phillip Butters, Rosa María Palacios, Carlos Carlín, Juan Carlos Tafur, Mónica Delta, Juliana Oxenford, Guillermo Giacosa, Patricia Melgarejo, Marisol Tovalina, Jesús Véliz, César Bedón, Anthony Choi, Rodrigo Rondón, Gerardo Flores, Carlos Salinas, José Luis Cachay, César Mori "Puchito", Luis Rubio, Patricia Espinoza y Gisselle Collao y más, junto al equipo de producción agradecemos al público por preferencia. Recuerda nuestros números: - FONOEMERGENCIA: 421-0900 - LÍNEA GRATIS PARA PROVINCIA: 0800-24802 - NÚMEROS: 222-0575, 222-0580, 222-0711 FUENTE: http://www.rpp.com.pe/2012-10-12--tu-opinion-importa--radio-capital-cumple-cuatro-anosnoticia_530387.html Sitio Web: http://www.capital.com.pe/ (((ESCUCHAR))) http://envivo.capital.com.pe/

Yimber Gaviria India: Prasar Bharati Broadcasting Corporation Plans 839 Additional FM Stati On 10.12.2012 Prasar Bharati Broadcasting Corporation plans to soon set up 839 new FM stations in 290 cities in India, according to Secretary of the Union Information Broadcasting Ministry Uday Kumar Verma. PBC is India’s public service broadcaster.

The new radio stations will be a part of the country’s private sector, and the region of Jammu and Kashmir is a focal point for the initiative, Verma said. Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, who launched the 10 MW FM Channel-2 Radio Kashmir, also known as “All India Radio,” expressed a hope that more FM Channels will also join PBC, according to the Hindu Business Line. Abdullah also reportedly said that the license fee for the private parties intending to launch FM stations in the state would be half as compared to the rest of the country, as would be true of rental fee, according to The Statesman. Fuente: http://www.rwonline.com/article/prasar-bharati-broadcasting-corporation-plans--additional-fm-stations-/215899 Website: http://prasarbharati.gov.in/

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Yimber Gaviria USA: New Radio Station Debuts Monday Evening on Hawaii Island. (14th October 2012) October 14, 2012 - By Sherry Bracken Resonate Hawaii will premier a new radio station on Hawaii Island on Monday, October 15, starting at 5 p.m. The WAVE is at 92.1 FM on the West side of Hawaii Island. The WAVE will be at 92.7 FM on the East side of the island, and will go over the air on Monday, October 22. It is also available for online listening at www.hawaiiswave.com. The station will offer what it calls “Today’s Fresh Mix” of top hits. The station will debut with the the broadcast of 9,200 songs in a row from artists such as Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Rihanna, Daughtry, Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Train, Beyonce, Matchbox 20, Usher, Bruno Mars, and Adele along with many others. Matt Stone, programming director, says that complementing the station will be an array of events and concerts, an extensive online destination with local events, blogs, music videos, photo galleries, celebrity gossip reports, and an embeddable and multi-functional streaming player. Fans of the station can also stay connected through instant messaging, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and other social networking sites, as well as via texting. “After a very long road, we are very excited to be launching Hawaii’s first contemporary hit radio station,” said Dan Deeb, Market Manger, Resonate Hawaii. “Sales and samples have said Hawaii Island loves today’s hit music. For too long the fans of this music have had nowhere to turn here on The Big Island. We are proud to be that outlet by playing “Today’s Fresh Mix.” Deeb is the managing member for Resonate Hawaii, LLC. The company got permission from the FCC to acquire two Hilo-based stations, KHBC (92.7 FM) and KIPA (1020 AM) and Kona-based KHwI (92.1) from Jerrold T. Lundquist’s Chaparral Broadcasting, of Jackson, Wyoming, for $500,000 last May. The stations were not actively broadcasting at the time. The FCC filing indicates Deeb owns 49 percent of Resonate Hawaii’s assets, with U. S. citizen/Australian resident Carla Maria Morris holding 30%; Australian group Guns of Seneca Pty Ltd. As Trustee for El Gordo Trust, with Sally Dobson as Principal, holding 20%; and Deanna Stenman of Arizona owning 1%. Deeb is also general manager of Mahalo Broadcasting LLC, which operates Hawaii Island FM stations KBGX (LAVA 105.3 FM , KKOA (KOA County 107.7 FM), and AM station KHNU (620 AM). Deeb says they’ve had some equipment problems that have resulted in outages for LAVA 105.3 FM and KKOA 107.7 FM over the last week, but those problems should be resolved soon and the stations will resume being able to be heard islandwide. He reinforced the company’s commitment to continuing its islandwide country and rock stations. SOURCE: http://www.bigislandnewscenter.com/new-radio-station-debuts-monday-evening-on-hawaii-island/ (((Listen))) http://khbc.streamon.fm/

Antonio Ángel / EA3GYE XXVII ENCUENTRO DE RADIOAFICIONADOS EN SANT SADURNÍ D'ANOIA 28 de octubre: XXVII ENCUENTRO DE RADIOAFICIONADOS EN SANT SADURNÍ D'ANOIA (provincia de Barcelona) y entrega de trofeos y diplomas del XXV Concurso Sant Sadurní capital del país del cava 2012. P Antes de imprimir este correo-e. piense si es realmente necesario: ¡el medioambiente es cosa de [email protected]! Antonio Ángel / EA3GYE Asunto: XXVII Trobada de Radioaficionats a Sant Sadurní d'Anoia Com cada any us invitem a assistir a la XXVII Trobada de Radioaficionats a Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, el proper 28 d’octubre, on tindrà lloc el repartiment de Trofeus i Diplomes del XXV Concurs Sant Sadurní Capital del País del Cava 2012. Aquest any es molt especial per nosaltres, perquè celebrarem la edició número 25 del nostre concurs, no tothom pot dir això i per a mi es tot un honor organitzar-lo. Per celebrar aquesta fita tan important per nosaltres, em preparat una trobada diferent a les 24 anteriors, una trobada per recordar dolçament, us hem preparat un visita molt especial a la Fàbrica de Chocolates Simón Coll, de Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, segur que els nostres fills, i nosaltres mateixos gaudirem de la visita que ens estan preparant. Us adjunto un tríptic amb el programa de les activitats amb els seus horaris, així com els mapes corresponents a les diferents activitats. En el tríptic també trobareu la classificació i el repartiment de premis. Com cada any us agrairia que ens confirmeu l’assistència al dinar, dient les persones que sereu i amb qui us agradaria seure a taula. Aquest cop en especial, degut que la visita a la fàbrica de Chocolates Simón Coll te un cost, us agrairia la confirmació de la assistència i les persones que desitgen visitar la Fàbrica de Chocolates al e-mail [email protected], recordeu de venir amb els vostres fills. El preu de la visita anirà a càrrec del Radioclub Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, pels qui vinguin a la trobada, us convidem per celebrar aquest aniversari. Us esperem a tots. EA3RCS - http://www.tim.cat/rcs/index.php/trobada-2012/128-xxvii-trobada-de-radioaficionats-a-sant-sadurni

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Yimber Gaviria EE.UU: Microsoft lanzará nuevo servicio de radio y venta de música en la red Según Microsoft, su nuevo servicio buscará combinar en una sola puerta todas las posibilidades de escucha gratuita, descargas de pago o suscripción. EL UNIVERSAL - lunes 15 de octubre de 2012 09:45 AM Nueva York.- Microsoft lanzará mañana su nuevo servicio de radio y venta de música por internet, llamado Xbox Music, con el que busca competir con empresas ya establecidas en distintos sectores de la distribución musical en línea. El nuevo servicio estará disponible desde mañana en la consola de juegos Xbox y a partir del próximo día 26 con la nueva versión de su sistema operativo Windows, la 8, indicó el gigante de Redmond (Washington) en un comunicado difundido la pasada madrugada. Xbox Music competirá a la vez con los grandes servicios de venta de música digital por internet, como Apple y Spotify, y con radios a través de la red, como Pandora. Según Microsoft, su nuevo servicio buscará combinar en una sola puerta todas las posibilidades de escucha gratuita, descargas de pago o suscripción. "Hay muchos servicios separados que funcionan bien, pero hoy en día no hay uno solo que combine todas las posibilidades", señaló en el comunicado Yusuf Mehdi, vicepresidente de Microsoft para Estrategia de Entretenimiento Interactivo. Xbox Music permitirá a los oyentes escuchar canciones o álbumes, crear listas de música preferida y descargar legalmente las obras que más les gusten. Al tratarse de un servicio "en la nube", los usuarios podrán escuchar la música que hayan seleccionado en cualquier lugar en que se encuentren y usando cualquier tipo de dispositivo, reseñó Efe. Xbox Music vendrá preinstalado con Windows 8, desde el que se podrá acceder a escuchas gratuitas (con anuncios) a través de internet. Los usuarios que lo deseen podrán comprar legalmente la música que deseen. Además, por 9,99 dólares mensuales en EE.UU., podrán llevar su catálogo personal a la nube, de forma que podrán escuchar sus temas favoritos a través de varios tipos de dispositivos, como teléfono móviles, sin importar dónde están. Para ello, en un futuro estará disponible una aplicación de Xbox Music para teléfonos inteligentes con los sistemas operativos Android e iOS. FUENTE:http://www.eluniversal.com/vida/121015/microsoft-lanzara-nuevo-servicio-de-radio-y-venta-de-musica-en-la-red E3 2012: Xbox Music - YouTube www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs9R9-vbeN44 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs9R9-vbeN4 Sitio Web: http://www.xbox.com/en-US/music

Yimber Gaviria España: El 23 de octubre arranca Radio Linea36.com Ya lo tenemos todo a punto, Radio Linea36.com despega de manera oficial el 23 de octubre con los programas: Noche de Rocanrol, Logofobiks, Ciutat Podrida, El Vicio de la Gallina, Planeta Ruido y pronto confirmaremos más programas. Noche de Rocanrol: Programa que durante una hora os deleitara con el mejor rock, punk, Ska nacional e internacional…. Logofobiks: Programa dedicado a la información con entrevistas, espacio de cultura y denuncia social. Ciutat Podrida: Programa dirigido por Jaume Esteve, que nos deleitara con novedades musicales, clasicotes de toda la vida, entrevistas…..todo en 2 horas de buen programa. El Vicio de la Gallina: Programa quincenal de cultura, denuncia social, música…. Todo en uno, si buscas un buen programa de entretenimiento, este es tu programa…. Planeta Ruido: Música rock, punk Ska…. y deportes extremos a cargo de Aj Erñin y el incansable Pistón. La Enredadera: programa de agitación política y cultural, con muchas entrevistas (de ámbito aragonés y global), secciones con enfermos mentales, sobre salud comunitaria, literatura, alternativas, agroecología, radionovelainteractiva, espacios naturales, memoria histórica,…. Aunque antes, como habíamos prometido, se emitirá el nuevo disco de Linea36 “Skasino Global” de manera completa los días 15 y 18 de octubre a las 8 de la tarde. El mismo día publicaremos el enlace de la radio para insertar en tu reproductor favorito. Queremos dar las gracias a la gente de Agora Sol Radio, en especial a Barrio Canino por su ayuda desinteresada y a la gente de Planeta Ruido por animarnos a meternos en esto. FUENTE: http://www.manerasdevivir.com/noticias/47360/el-23-de-octubre-arranca-radio-linea36com Sitio Web: http://linea36.com

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Yimber Gaviria España: Nace Onda Joven FM MADRID, 16 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) Un grupo de periodistas, DJ's y colaboradores, capitaneados el locutorGabriel Cerro, ha creado la emisora de radio Onda Joven FM, una nueva cadena independiente dirigida al público juvenil. De momento, Onda JovenFM puede oírse en Tenerife o a través de Internet, aunque planea extenderse a todo el territorio nacional, según aseguran sus responsables. "En esta etapa inicial buscamos emisoras de radio de capitales de provincia o de poblaciones con más de 50.000 habitantes que quieran sumarse a nuestro proyecto como franquiciados", explica Cerro. "Nuestros colaboradores pueden escoger si emiten nuestra programación completa, si hacen desconexiones locales o las sintonías y jingles de su dial", añade el director de la cadena radiofónica. La programación de Onda Joven FM incluye boletines informativos horarios, radiofórmula y programas de producción propia de temática diversa. Estos programas abarcan contenidos informativos y de entretenimiento relacionados con el ocio, la cultura, la música o el deporte, entre otros. Además, la emisora dispone de aplicaciones para iPhone (disponible en la App Store) y móvil (a través de Tunein). Actualmente, la emisora cuenta con una plantilla de 25 colaboradores que se encargan de producir, dirigir y presentar todos los programas que forman parte de la parrilla. "Contamos con un equipo con mucha calidad, tanto a nivel personal como profesional. Todos tenemos muchas ganas de que Onda Joven FM sea reconocido por los oyentes como un proyecto fresco, innovador y diferente, líder en su zonas de emisión", afirma Cerro. Con una programación dirigida sobre todo al público joven, la cadena emite numerosos programas basados en la radiofórmula y en los que los oyentes podrán participar en la elaboración de las listas de éxitos. En el ámbito musical,Onda Joven FM cuenta con la colaboración de DJ's profesionales y locutores especializados en el sector como Mr. Danny, Andrés Honrubia, Víctor Collado, Bob García, Sampleking & D'Acosta, Luis de Frutos o Mónica X. Onda Joven FM empezó a emitir en pruebas a través de Internet en el mes de mayo y se hizo con una licencia administrativa para emitir en el norte deTenerife en el 95.4 FM a primeros de año, tras un concurso celebrado en las Islas Canarias en el que se adjudicaron 155 nuevas licencias de radio. Su director es un periodista radiofónico con 15 años de experiencia en el sector, que antes de crear Onda Joven FM trabajó en Radio Luna (Cadena Ser) en Córdoba y en Los 40 Principales. FUENTE: http://www.europapress.es/sociedad/noticia-nace-onda-joven-fm-nueva-cadena-radio-independiente-dirigidapublico-juvenil-20121016115042.html Sitio Web: http://ondajovenfm.webnode.es/

Mika Follow the ongoing Arctic DXpeditions A reminder that there are currently at least four ongoing DXpeditions in the Arctic region of the Nordic countries, and each of them is blogging or otherwise updating information on a daily basis. Here you can access the latest logs and news from above the Arctic Circle: Aihkiniemi, Finland: http://www.dxing.info/community/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=2686 (move to page 2 for the latest updates) Lemmenjoki, Finland: http://www.tapiokalmi.net/dx/lem/index.html Kongsfjord, Norway: http://arcticdx.blogspot.fi/ Parkalompolo, Sweden: http://www.furuogrund.se/pax/PAX/paxarkiv.htm - open the "Log" file next to PAX98, or download directly from here: http://www.furuogrund.se/pax/PAX/pax98.rtf Mid-October is often the opening of the AM DX season in Scandinavia, and at no other time can you find such a flurry of activity in all the major DXpedition bases up here. 73 - Mika

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Ralph Perry Escuchas DX Loggings - 7 Oct - Ralph Perry BRAZIL – 6009.94, Radio Inconfidencia, Belo Horizonte, noted several days this week late afternoon, weak but clear. Best in ECSS LSB. 10/4 at 2310 with promo for soccer game with musical theme, OM in PP screaming “goooooool!”, punctuated by electronic stinger sound effects, etc. ID determined via checking against known parallel fqys and indeed, was // to 15191.44, weak but very clear. Also hrd 10/6 at 2325. Had initially immediately reacted, when spotting a signal on this fqy just below 6010, that perhaps Radio Mil, Mexico DF, had finally reactivated after months of absence. Nope! (Perry – Illinois) BRAZIL – 4754.87v, tentatively Radio Imaculada Conceicao, Campo Grande, hrd both on 10/4 and 10/6 in the 23152330 time slot with fair sig and no QRM. Drifted upward from initial 4754 .87 to .89 where it stabilized. 2 OM ancrs plus YL in program with ‘comentário de futebol’. Theme song at 2326 and then pgm continued thru bottom of the hour, but no ID then. (Perry – Illinois) PERU – 4955.00, Radio Cultural Amauta, Huanta, usual brilliant signal 10/6 at 1028 tune-by. OA folklorico program with very interesting offerings. Huayno with traditional melody, but performed on electric guitar as 2 singers armonized. Cool beans! ID by YL at 1029 along with quick solo on charango, likely canned ID. Then at 1033, live ancr with low, bassy voice: “Son las 5 de la manana, 33 minutos, 5 – 33 en Radio Cultural Amauta . . . “ Left it 1035. Amauta continues to reign: best OA on the band today and many mornings, competing with likes of 4747, 4775, 4790, 4810 and 5039. They are really doing something right lately! (Perry – Illinois) SOLOMON ISLANDS – 5019.89, Honiara noted with fair sig 1135 with pleasant orchls and OM ancr but way too much splatter from 5025 for this to make for enjoyable listening. 10/6. (Perry – Illinois) CHINA – Some Chinese stations coming up on 60 meters now in the mornings, toward local daybreak. Should continue to improve as season progresses: 4800, Qinghai presumed, fading in by 1130 and peaking vefore 1200 wth radio play a bit like Chinese opera, but with YL narrator. Decent signal at peak. 4920, Xizang presumed, noted at 1210, fair sig amidst noise fast coming up with local daybreak. 4940, Fuzhou really blaring at 1213 on 10/6, discussion between two men with musical breaks, light QRM from ute. (Perry – Illinois) ECUADOR – 4781.70, Radio Oriental, Tena, regularly signing on for morning programming approx 1100 (as early at 1058), as noted 10/5 and 10/6. Typically no open carrier, they just flip the switch and go straight into programming with a brief musical interlude (mx seems to change daily, not always the same). Then after about two minutes, they play a canned opening anmt including ID and fqys. This would be a great ID to record for transcription, on a quiet morning (atmospheric noise and t-storm crashes so far impairing reception). Hoping to record and transcribe soon. Once they switch to live programming, however, modulation often not as good. (Perry – Illinois) PERU – 4826.60, tentatively Radio Sicuani, Sicuani, came across this during 10/15 morning bandscan of 60 meters, first noted at 1013. Sig only poor-fair QSA, fading in and out, over and under a rushing static ambient noise level. Minor QRM from soft, swishing CODAR. Live ancr in SS talking with OA folklorico music. Program mainly of him talking, interspersed with, or over, rustic huaynos music. Seemed to possibly have been a program type which has become rare (overtaken by technology) in this age of internet communication: a morning ‘peticiones’ or ‘mensajes’ program directed to surrounding provinces – as heard him calling out ‘Atencion!’ and giving phone numbers and city names (again hrd mention of Huancavelica, as per previous logging.). Fragments of speech readable at fade-in peaks, “ . . . sintonia al dia de hoy . . . en la calle de . . .numero telefono . . . .” By 1025, signal had already deteriorated, tho OM could still be hrd with his rapid-fire talking. (Perry – Illinois) ECUADOR – 4814.98, tentatively Radio “El Buen Pastor”, Saraguro, noted 1038 on 10/15 with poor-fair signal, deep fades, had probably just signed-on as not noted on previous check of the fqy, a few minutes earlier. Schlock pop ballad with organ, guitar backing. 1041 OM ancr, very low mod and station getting creamed by CODAR, believe SS but not totally sure. Have also heard indigenous vernacular lang on this station. At 1054 noise level now coming up too high, so opted to leave this and go listen to the daily s/on by R Oriental on 4781.70 at 1058-1100a. Still need a 100% ID on this one, this season, just to reconfirm that one of the few HCs continues to survive on 60 meters. (Perry – Illinois) 60-METER BANDSCAN 10/15: A moderately okay morning for 60 meter propagation to LA, but a bit noisy/ . . . many frequencies below are approximations, only did precision measurements on those few where info might be significant:

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4700a – 0945 noting Radio San Miguel, Riberalta, Bolivia, with good signal but fadey. Familiar OM with deep base voice and bottom-of-barrel sound quality, giving t/ck. 4717a – 0955 R Yura, Aillu Yura, Bolivia, with fair signal also fading in/out. Huainos, weak. 4785 - R Caiari, Porto Velho, the Brazilian, doing well at 0955. 4790 – Radio Vision, Chiclayo, Peru, strong signal and missing the usual technical mess from its xmtr or wherever . Nice listening quality. 4865.02 – R Verdes Florestas, Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil, with piledriving signal 0959, OM tlkg in Indian language with religious music in background. Then at 1000, into pop hits with OM in what I think was PP. 4877.92 – Rdif. Roraima, Brazil, nice and strong w/OM PP live ads bring read. Fine signal, no technical issues today. 4885 – R Clube do Pará, Belem, strong as usual, 1002. 4925.24 – ditto, R Educação Rural, Tefé, Brazilian booming at 1002. 5039.19 – R Libertad de Junin, Junin, Peru only poor signal under rushing noise at 1008 first check. Recheck at 1031 and now strong signal, OM with echo ads (“Mas baratos!”) with quenas in background. Also, “Las 5 de la manana . . . escuchande al program . . .ciudad de Junin . . .” 4747.09 – at 1012 recheck, R Huanta 2000, Huanta, Peru had now signed on, fairly good signal with huaynos pgm. Again, probably nominal *1000. 4775a – Radio Tarma, Peru, usual great signal at 1012, folklorico. Probably signed on shortly after 1000, not noted when on fqy a few minutes earlier. 4826.58 – tentatively Radio Sicuani, Peru, at 1013 when first noted folklorico mx here. (See separate log report.) 4955 – Radio Cultural Amauta, huge signal nearly melting my speakers at 1030 check. 4814.98 – at 1038 noting station now here, tent. Radio “El Buen Pastor”, which had apparently just signed on. Probably nominal *1030. (See separate report). (Perry – Illinois) Ralph Perry, Wheaton, Illinois Drake R8B; Japan Radio NRD-545; Eton E1; Hallicrafters SX100 Dentron Super Tuner + Ameco PLF-2 + Palomar P-408 + Quantum Phaser antenna unit (customized for tropical bands) 355-foot bidirectional BOG positioned 150 deg / 330 deg for LA / SE Asia Phased Longwire + Small Loop

Anatoly Klepov Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 686 Sunday / 21 , October 2012 “RUS-DX” # 684 - Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 07 , Occtober 2012 Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic version - Time : UTC Chief Editor : Anatoly Klepov - Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova E-mail : [email protected] - Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian / English) “RUS-DX” may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and “RUS-DX” as source. RUSSIA PLAN 1. Astrakhan, 2. Barnaul, 3. Belgorod, 4. Vladivostok, 5. Volgograd, 6. Vologda, 7. Voronezh, 8. Ekaterinburg, 9. Ivanovo, 10. Irkutsk, 11. Kazan, 12. Kaluga, 13. Kemerovo, 14. Kirov, 15. Krasnoyarsk, 16. Murmansk, 17. Naberezhnye Chelny, 18. Nizhny Novgorod,

Astrakhanskaya oblast, Altaisky Krai, Belgorodskaya oblast, Primorsky Krai, Volgogradskaya oblast, Vologodskaya oblast, Voronezhskaya oblast, Sverdlovskaya oblast, Ivanovskaya oblast, Irkutskaya oblast, Republic of Tatarstan, Kaluzhskaya oblast, Kemerovskaya oblast, Kirovskaya oblast, Krasnoyarsky Krai, Murmanskaya oblast, Republic of Tatarstan, Nizhegorodskaya oblast,

91,4 MHz, 1 kW 91,1 MHz, 1 kW 87,6 MHz, 1 kW 87,8 MHz, 1 kW 106,0 MHz, 1 kW 106,0 MHz, 1 kW 98.5 per MHz, 0.1 kW* 92,7 MHz, 1 kW 105,4 MHz 0.25 kW 91,1 MHz, 1 kW 91,9 MHz, 1 kW 107,6 MHz 0.25 kW 90,2 MHz, 1 kW 101.8 MHz, 1 kW 93,5 MHz, 1 kW 88.7 MHz, 1 kW 106,4 MHz, 0.1 kW 105,4 MHz, 1 kW

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19. Novokuznetsk, 20. Novosibirsk, 21. Omsk, 22. Orel, 23. Orenburg, 24. Perm, 25. Samara, 26. Saratov, 27. Smolensk, 28. Sochi (Lazarevskoye), 29. Tver, 30. Tomsk, 31. Tula, 32. Tyumen, 33. Ulyanovsk, 34. Ufa, 35. Khabarovsk, 36. Cheboksary, 37. Yaroslavl, (rsoc.ru / OnAir.ru)

Kemerovskaya oblast, 93,2 MHz, 1 kW Novosibirskaya oblast, 92,8 MHz, 3 kW Omskaya oblast, 89,5 MHz, 1 kW Orlovskaya oblast, 98.5 per MHz, 1 kW Orenburgskaya oblast, 90,5 MHz, 1 kW Permskaya oblast, 95,8 MHz, 2 kW Samarskaya oblast, 97.3 MHz, 0.5 kW Saratovskaya oblast, reaching 103.9 MHz, 1 kW Smolenskaya oblast, 87.7 MHz, 1 kW Krasnodarskiy krai, 102.3 MHz, 1 kW Tverskaya oblast, 96.5 MHz, 1 kW Tomskaya oblast, 107,6 MHz, 1 kW Tulskaya oblast, 90,7 MHz, 1 kW Tyumenskaya oblast, 87.9 MHz, 1 kW Ulyanovskaya oblast, 88,8 MHz, 1 kW Republic of Bashkortostan, 87.8 MHz, 1 kW Khabarovsky Krai, 107,5 MHz, 1 kW Republic of Chuvashia, 100,7 MHz 0.25 kW Yaroslavskaya oblast, 99.5 MHz, 1 kW

Radio Rossii 28-Oct-2012 - 30-Mar-2013 Frequency UTC CIRAF 5905 1530-2100 27,28 5930 0100-2100 19 5930 1700-1300 35 5940 1700-1300 24-26 6005 1700-1900 29 6085 2100-1700 21,22 6100 2100-1700 31,32N 6160 0100-2100 19 6195 2100-1700 32,33 7230 1900-1500 23,24 7310 1230-1500 27,28 7320 1700-1300 24,25 9410 0600-0700 30 9840 0400-0700 27,28,37 11610 0800-0900 29 11895 0400-0500 32 12075 0730-1200 27,28,37 (http://www.hfcc.org/data/b12/index.phtml)

Transmitter Moskva Murmansk Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy Okhotsk Armavir Krasnoiarsk Krasnoiarsk Murmansk Irkutsk Iakutsk Moskva Okhotsk Samara Moskva Samara Samara Moskva

Latitude, Longitude 55N45, 037E18 68N58, 032E46 52N59, 158E39 59N30, 143E00 45N00, 040E49 56N01, 092E54 56N01, 092E54 68N58, 032E46 52N18, 104E18 62N01, 129E48 55N45, 037E18 59N30, 143E00 53N20, 050E10 55N45, 037E18 53N20, 050E10 53N20, 050E10 55N45, 037E18

Beam 267 339 30 30 188 348 0 333 0 330 267 45 58 260 294 58 267

kW 250 50 100 100 100 50 20 40 50 100 250 100 250 250 250 250 250

Krasnodarskiy krai. Gelendzhik. New FM station. YumorFM. 92,5 MHz (OnAir.ru) Primorskiykray. Vladivostok. Radio Radonezh from 1 October to 738 kHz instead of 675 kHz. (Victor Rutkowski, Ekaterinburg / “open_dx”) Murmanskaya oblast. Murmansk. MURMANSK, 17 October 2012 - RIA Novosti news Agency, the Experts of JSC "Севервзрывпром" on Wednesday with the second attempts blew up decommissioned радиомачту a height of 165 metres in one from the industrial districts of Murmansk. http://www.ria.ru/technology/20121017/903565934.html tests, photo, video http://news.yandex.ru/yandsearch?content=alldocs&cl4url=www.ria.ru/technology/20121017/903565934.html place http://wikimapia.org/#lat=68.9876889&lon=33.1072228&z=15&l=1&m=b As far as it is clear from the text, the station ceased broadcasting in 2002. Probably the last frequency was 1080 kHz, 30 kW. (Victor Rutkowskiy, Ekaterinburg, Russia / “open_dx”) Sverdlovskayaoblast. Ekaterinburg. RadioENERGY. 89,6 MHz (OnAir.ru) BELARUS 17.10.2012 took Radio Brest in Belarusian and Russian language from 15.00 to 16 : 00 hours UTC on the frequency 7255 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW). SINPO: 44444.

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18.10.2012 took the First national channel of the Belarusian radio on the Belarusian language from 05 : 30 the to 06.59 UTC on the frequency 11930 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW). SINPO: 45444. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) In October QSL: Radio Belarus for the reception in the Russian 31.08.12 in 22.13 UTC on 11730 kHz. 42 days, and wrote on the [email protected] , [email protected] . The new station and the country for me! (Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / “qsl-dx”) The Chinese language will become the language of broadcasting of the radio "Belarus" in 2013 According to the information of the Internet-site of the BelTA: www.belta.byon October 12, 2012. The eighth language broadcasting radio "Belarus" in 2013, will be Chinese, BelTA learnt from the press service of Belteleradiocompany. Now the station with half a century of history broadcasts in seven languages. Radio "Belarus" on short and medium frequencies are taking in more than 20 countries of Eastern and Central Europe. Initially, programs were only in the Belarusian language. From 1985 the year began broadcasting in German, and in 1998 the radio to hear in Russian and English languages. Since 2006, began broadcasting on the Polish language, and in 2010 on the air started to come out of the program on French and Spanish. Broadcasting grid radio today is 16 hours of broadcasting on seven languages, as well as 10 hours of Internet broadcasting in real time in the English language on a daily basis. In the programs of news and information - analytical issues; радиовстречи with the state, political, public and religious figures; scientists, writers and musicians, masters art and folklore; sportsmen; programs about history, culture, spiritual values of the Belarusian people. http://www.tvr.by/rus/press_bel.asp?date=12.10.2012&id=5965 ( Dr Hansjoerg Biener, DXLD 12-42, http://w4uvh.net/dxld1242.txt ) (Alexander Dyadishchev, Ukraine / “open_dx”) LITHUANIA on October 14, took the Voice of the Andes in Russian with 15.48 UTC on 6180 kHz through Sitkunai, 100 kW - 33443. Strong noise from CNR on 6175 kHz. (QTH: Almaty - 43°15'N, 76°57'E RX: Sangean ATS-909X AN: Degen DE31MS Dmitry Puzanov, Kazakhstan / “deneb-radio-dx”) LITHUANIA / JAPAN 19.10.2012 took Radio Japan in the Russian language from 04.30 to 05.00 UTC on frequency 6165 kHz (Sitkunai, Lithuania 100 kW). SINPO: 44444. C 03.30 to 0400 UTC on the frequency 1386 kHz (Sitkunai, Lithuania 500 kW) reception practically was not. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: telescopic and interior, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx’) UKRAINE on October 19, received QSL from the Ukrainian radio station "Radio Mayak" from Odessa, for reception 05.10.2012 at a frequency of 765 kHz. Card sent from the Czech Republic. Report send E-mail : [email protected] QSL new sample, in February got another. The card is listed transmitter power to 765 kHz - 75 kW. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) Thanks to observations of the foreign colleagues finally became clear that SW-broadcast of a broadcasting stations on the territory of Ukraine ceased 31 August. Broker Broadcast Belgium (TDP), the last customer air time on the sending centre in the Luch (Nikolaev region), suffered a program Denge Mezopotamya and Miraya FM (for Kurdistan and Sudan respectively) on the transmission centres in Bulgaria (Sofia) and Bosnia-Herzegovina (Bijeljina). Note that we are talking about "Dnieper wave" of Zaporozhye is not in the bill, don't even know what her status is likely that something else is. P.S. SW-broadcasts from other centers cancelled in 2010-2011, MW-broadcasting from there at the moment of the present. Red (Lviv region). SW-broadcasting terminated by July 1, 2011 (with January-July from there ретранслировался only "Voice of Russia" on English and German languages, broadcasting m Radio of Ukraine to the North America was abolished 1.01.11 g.) Тарановка (Kharkov region). SW-the broadcasts were suspended in may 2011 year in connection with the decision to close the Ukrainian Department of the world Radio Ukraine. The decision was soon abolished, but the broadcasts on the SW was never resumed. Brovary (Kyiv region). Broadcasting of UR-1 on the 5970 kHz terminated 22 February 2010. (AlexanderDyadishchev, Ukraine / “deneb-radio-dx”) THE RECEPTION OF MW Reception on medium waves 18.10.2012, 04.00-04.30 UTC:

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"Voice of Russia" through the Grigoriopol, "Family radio" via Moscow, Ukrainian radio Channel Culture", The Belarusian radio is the first national channel, Radio"TEOS" in Moscow, "Radio Liberty" through Moscow, "Radio Eli" Tartu, Estonia, "Voice of Russia" through the Grigoriopol,

1548 kHz 1503 kHz 1431 kHz 1170 kHz 1134 kHz 1044 kHz 1035 kHz 999 kHz

- 55555 - 35333 - 55444 - 45444 - 34333 - 45444 - 34333 - 55544

Reception on medium waves 18.10.2012, 04.30-05.00 UTC: "Radio Mayak" , 549 kHz and Radio Promin. (ur-2) interfere with each other "Radio Mayak" through Volgograd, 810 kHz - 35433 Ukrainian radio 1, 837 kHz - 45444 RTV Podmoskovie, 846 kHz - 45444 Radio of Russia, 873 kHz - 45433 (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) BC-DX 1086 15 Oct 2012 edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany -----------------------------------------------------ARMENIA 1350 TWR in English to Israel. On three Saturdays in August and September, the last being on 8 Sept, a protestant religious programme in English beamed to Israel has been heard between 1846-1916 UT on 1350 kHz at a time when TWR is scheduled. The name of the programme sounds like "Kol Henua" or "Heshua Ministries" and at the end of the programme a www address was given. TWR have said that there is no such broadcast in English ! (Rumen Pankov-BUL, BrDXC-UK Oct "Communication" magazine, MW report p20) The TWR online schedule now shows that a 30 minute programme in English called "Kol HaYeshua" is aired each Saturday to Israel at 2146 local time (1846 UT) on 1350 kHz. Seems to be operated by Jerusalem-based Netivyah and is described as the "first Messianic Jewish radio station broadcasting in Hebrew to the Land of Israel". (Tony Rogers-UK, BrDXC-UK Oct "Communication" magazine, MW report p20) 1350 kHz channel uses Kamo Gavar Noratus antenna of old USSR design: Kamo Gavar Noratus 1350 kHz 8mast directional sidefire MW SV4+4 antenna at 232degr azimuth towards Israel, built up in 1985 - 1990 era, location at: 40 24 07.50 N 45 11 53.34 E Image see ARMENIA/ASCENSION ISL/AUSTRIA/RWANDA/UAE/UZBEKISTAN FEBA Broadcast schedule, Winter B12 - 28th October 2012 to 31st March 2013 Day 1 Sunday (ITU Convention) AFRICA, ETHIOPIA, SOMALIA - B12 winter Schedule Days Frequ Site Time UTC 1234567 Languages kHz code 1600-1630 s...tfs AMHARIC 12125 ERV 1600-1630 .mtw... GURAGENA 12125 ERV 1630-1700 smtwtfs AMHARIC 12125 ERV 1600-1627 smtwtfs ETHIOPIA 11875 KIG 1630-1700 smtw... TIGRINYA 9850 DHA 1630-1700 ....tfs AMHARIC 9850 DHA 1700-1730 smtwtfs OROMINYA 9595 KIG 1730-1757 smtwtfs TIGRINYA 9595 KIG 1700-1730 smtwtfs SOMALI 6180 DHA 1730-1800 smtwtfs ETHIOPIA 7510 ERV 1830-1845 smtwtfs FR (Ce+WeAF) 15250 ASC 2145-2215 smt.tfs HASSINYA/PULAAR (WeAF) 11985 ASC INDIA, BANGLADESH, TIBET - B12 winter schedule Days Frequ Site Time UTC 1234567 Languages kHz 0000-0030 smtwtfs BANGLA rural 9390 1200-1230 smtwtfs TIBETAN 15215 1430-1500 smtwtfs HINDI 9540 1500-1530 smtwtfs BANGLA rural 9390

code TAC DHA TAC TAC

PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN - B12 winter schedule Days Frequ Site Time UTC 1234567 Languages kHz 0200-0230 s...... URDU 7315

code DHA

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0200-0215 0215-0230 0230-0300 0300-0315 1400-1430 1430-1445 1500-1530 1530-1600

.mtwtfs .mtwtfs smtwtfs smtwtfs smtwtfs smtwtfs smtwtfs smtwtfs

URDU MIXED LANGS DARI MIXED LANGS URDU MIXED LANGS DARI PASHTO

7315 7315 6125 6125 7230 7230 9400 9400

MIDDLE EAST - B12 winter schedule Days Frequ Site Time UTC 1234567 Languages kHz 0800-0830 smtwtfs ARABIC 15220 1800-1927 smtwtfs ARABIC 9550 Tx Site Codes ASC Ascension Island DHA Dhabayya UAE ERV Yerevan Armenia KIG Kigali Rwanda MOS Moosbrunn Austria TAC Tashkent Uzbekistan

DHA DHA DHA DHA TAC TAC ERV ERV

code MOS KIG

Schedule Engineer, FEBA Radio, Ivy Arch Road, WORTHING BN14 8BX, UK. WEBSITE: B12 bs01 dated 01.10.12 rww (FEBA website via Alan Roe, Teddington, UK, Oct 14) KYRGYZSTAN 5130 Radio Maranatha/Hit Shortwave, Bishkek heard on 5130 at 1448 January 13 [2011], carrier came on, too weak to take down any specific programme details. Noted during random checks to 1801 UT carrier off again. (Martien Groot-HOL, dxld via WDXC Contact magazine) and before that, oops, wrong 'stan: {TAJIKISTAN} 5130 R Hit Shortwave, Bishkek (pres), 1742-1900*, Dec 15, [2010] songs, very weak, 15331. (Bernard Mille-F, dswci DX Window Dec 31 via dxld) And before that: KYRGYZSTAN 5130.00 R Hit Shortwave, Bishkek (ex 6030 kHz), 1720-1757* UT on Fri Dec 03, Vernacular conversation, religious hymns, 25322. (Anker Petersen-DEN, dswci DXW Dec 16 via BC-DX 18 December 2010) Note: the 5.1 MHz area is a prime spot for 2 x IF receiver images which one must beware of if the rig is subject to those: 5130 kHz could originate on 6030 or 6040 hmmm, look at that, it was reported to have moved from 6030 to 5130, coincidence? All this could be pointless, if the original item from Shukhrat above was axually saying it is *NOT* heard now! transformed into the opposite by stupid machine translation. (Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 3) Probably Persian station on 5130 kHz seems to be Radio Sedaye Zindagi in Dari (Afgan-Persian) for Afghanistan. I copied ID of "Radio Sedaye Zindagi" in Feb. 2012. The condition was bad under the influence of OTH from China in Japan. (Sei-ichi Hasegawa-JPN, dxld) ment in a FM-range. DSWCI 3rd International DX Contest "The Grand Tour Across the Continents 2012" This completely new contest is held from Friday 23rd November 2012, 0000 UTC, to Sunday 2nd December 2012, 2400 UTC. It is open to all shortwave listeners regardless to their membership in any DX club. Primary contest frequencies are from 2300 to 26100 kHz. Logs outside this range will be valued by half points.The contest fee EUR 3.00 / IRC 4 / USD 5.00 shall be sent together with the contest form to: Jaroslav Bohac, Svestkova 2828/7, 400 11 Usti n.L., CZECH REPUBLIC Email: < [email protected] > Deadline: 14th December 2011 (date of post stamp) Each participant will receive a contest diploma with his/her classification and a list of participants with their results. The first three participants will be awarded non-cash prizes. In Part 1 listen please to any BC station of the contest country, for 15 minutes at least. For one country one log only. Unofficial, pirate and clandestine stations are not allowed. Scoring: 1000 points of each logged country will be divided by a number of logs and rounded to two decimal places. In Part 2 you can raise your score by listening to any DX programme. The number of DX programmes is limited to 4! No particular country limit. Scoring in the same way as in Part 1, maximum point value 100 points for one DX programme. We wish you good listening! 73 Christoph (Christoph Ratzer-AUT OE2CRM, A-DX Oct 12)

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DX RE MIX NEWS # 751, 16 October 2012 Editor : Ivo Ivanov, Sofia, Bulgaria BELGIUM(non) Updated schedule of BRB (former TDP) stations: Here is history of transmitter changes of Radio Miraya: Radio Miraya in English/Arabic till August 31: 0300-0600 on 11560 SMF 250 kW / 180 deg to EaAf, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA Radio Miraya in English/Arabic, NO TRANSMISSIONS from Sep.1 till Sep.15: 0300-0600 on 11560 SMF 250 kW / 180 deg to EaAf Radio Miraya in English/Arabic, NO TRANSMISSIONS from Sep.17 till Sep.19 0300-0600 on 11560 SMF 250 kW / 180 deg to EaAf Here is history of changes from Denge Mezopotamya to Denge Kurdistanya: Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish till August 31: 0300-1500 on 11530 SMF 300 kW / 129 deg to WeAs, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA 1500-1900 on 11530 SMF 500 kW / 129 deg to WeAs, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish, NO TRANSMISSIONS from Sep.1 till Sep.5: 0300-1900 on 11530 SMF 300 kW / 129 deg to WeAs 1500-1900 on 11530 SMF 500 kW / 129 deg to WeAs DX-Window No. 465 from the Danish Shortwave Club International Greve, Denmark Editor and Distributor: Anker Petersen October 17, 2012 DX NEWS CLANDESTINES and other Target Broadcasts 7530, R Rehoye Iran, via Kichinev, Moldova (100 kW / 100 degrees), 1700-1730, Sep 24, 28 and Oct 01, Farsi to West Asia, scheduled Mo/Fr, not Mo-Fr. (Ivanov, Oct 02) JAPAN/ LITHUANIA 6165, R Japan, via Sitkunai, *0429-0438, Oct 05, opening theme music and ID in Russian, news, poor to fair. (D’Angelo) RUSSIA 5930, R Rossii, Petropavlovsk/Kamchatsky (100 kW, 30 degrees ), 1238-1300*, Su Oct 07, neat weird music, unreadable lyrix sound English, pre-Hallowe`en? As often the case in their final hour before sign-off with unusual music. 1241 brief Russian ann mentions John Fox, and Elisabeth ---, 1250 another song in English, more music plays right up until 1300, when it stops with no ann or even time-signal, and carrier off before 1301. (Hauser) 7320, R Rossii, Magadan, 0457-0500, Oct 10, 0459 ID and timesignal three sesquiseconds late after 0500, good signal despite degraded hi-latitude propagation otherwise, especially from eastward. This is // 5940 Magadan (poor). (Hauser) 13665.00, R Rossii, Taldom, 1240-1300*, Oct 11 and 12, Russian conversation, song, 1257 heard familiar canned ID for Rossii and more ID's, fair but had a disturbing carrier on the lower side. (Bolland and Bueschel) PUBLICATIONS B-12 SCHEDULES ON HFCC No clickable link yet at the HFCC site, but complete B-12 schedules are available as of today at this URL: http://www.hfcc.org/data/b12/index.phtml Still subject to change before October 28, and, as always, beware of wooden registrations (Steve Luce, Houston, Texas Oct 15, dxldyg via DXLD) The HFCC have uploaded B12 schedules onto their website: http://www.hfcc.org/data/b12/index.phtml (Stephen Cooper, Oct 16, ibid.) BROADCASTING IN RUSSIAN ALASKA Received a message from Constantine Chernushenko (Russian Department KNLS): Dmitry, the final version is ready. http://knls.net/rus/schedule.htm The extent to which we hope the engineers broadcast will be with two transmitters. If something changes, it will tell at once)) Konstantin. KNLS in the Russian language (V-12): 0900-1000 - 9680 1100-1200 - 9680 1500-1600 - 9680 1600-1700 - 6180 1700-1800 - 6180 (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”)

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ROMANIA According to the Inter Radio Romania, the program "Club-DX" will be published in the winter season: Saturdays (in the second and in the first half of the third transfer of the day), repeated in Sunday (the first transfer day) and in the environment (in the second half of the third transmission of the day). As usual. (DmitryKutuzov, Ryazan,Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) GERMANY The schedule of the Mission "Friedensstimme" (Evangelische Missions Gemeinden ) in Russian language (In-12): Sat.13730 - 1200-1230 UTC - Wertachtal 250 kW Sun. 9605 - 1600-1630 UTC - Wertachtal 250 kW (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) GERMANY The schedule of the Christian Science Sentinel - the Herald of Christian science in Russian language (In-12): Sat.5960 - 1900-2000 UTC - Wertachtal 100 kW (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”)

Ernesto Paulero Escuchas y QSL´s LU6 Atlantica, 15OCT entrando por aca con desvanecimientos muy largos am 760 KHz 02.03 UTC Radio Belarus en español. 07OCT, esta en 11730 KHz pero es casi inentendible por el nivel de ruido que hay 20.05 U Radio Libia, 09OCT, en 11600 KHz entrando muy fuerte por Argentina 19.40 UTC en árabe Radio Libia en el aire, 17OCT 11 600 KHz en el aire 19.40 UTC buena señal por Argentina Radio Zanzibar Corp, 07OCT, Presumo que se trata de esta emisora en 11735 KHz estando fuera del aire transmundial ahora 20.24 UTC con muchisimo ruido en Swahili SINPO 24222 Voice of Mongolia, 08OCT, en 12015 entre el terrible ruido que impera hace dias en idioma japones creo jeje hora UTC 15.25

Ralph Perry Escuchas ECUADOR – 4781.70, Radio Oriental, Tena, now a daily visitor. Hrd 10/8 with broadcast already in progress at 1058 tune-in. Usually a nice signal but goes downhill fast. YL ancr most mornings, this day mentioning “la musica ecuatoriana” at 1059. At 1104 seemed an ad for a long-haul bus company. At 1105, news program including brief clip of a politician addressing a crowd. Usually deteriorates quickly and almost unusable by 1110, due local daybreak in Ecuador. Also Heard 10/10 following the usual pattern – abruptly ‘on’ at 1057, only a fair signal atop rushing noise, with mx ecuatoriana and then low-toned YL in SS. Into the usual morning nx show with her mentioning “…en la provincial de ….” and then playing fragments of a taped speech. Poorer quality this day, than usual. Interesting to observe how this HC station can still be heard at 1100+ (often initially pretty strong) while other Andes 60 meter benchmark stations, further to the east, are already faded away – Tarma 4775 for instance, booming only 20 minutes earlier, is almost completely faded out by 1100, most mornings lately. Propagation patterns let you almost ‘see’ the darkness/daylight terminator moving west across the SA continent, with Peru already in broad daylight and Ecuador’s day still dawning. (Perry – Illinois) BOLIVIA – 4699.95, Radio San Miguel, Riberalta, El Beni, noted 0922 on 10/10 with locutor SS anmts in progress. Great signal this morning, strong but some static. Noisy, even on the BOG, which tends to be a very quiet antenna. At 0925, into CP-flavored guitar ballad by OM with accordion backing. At 0928, the bassy-voiced live ancr again, in light echo, with this station’s signature “bottom-of-the-barrel sound” to anmts. With very upbeat tune in background, IDed as “ . . . en Radio San Miguel-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l . . . !! “ Then a futbol promo with famous soccer anthem, “Ole, Ole” along with marching drum accompaniment. Bridged back to morning folklorica program, with rhythmic strummed guitars, quenas and a male duo in harmony. 0932 t/out. (Perry – Illinois) BRAZIL – 4784.99, Radio Caiari, Porto Velho, nice signal at 0933 on 10/10, vy slow sentimental love song by OM with guitar bass and orchl, bolero sound. Male ancr at 0936 and then ad string in echo chamber, f/by more romantic mx. OM ancr breaks in after a minute with more anmts. Clear ID as “5-40 na Radio Caiari . . .” and into pop mx. Totally gone at 1005 recheck. (Perry – Illinois)

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PERU – 4747.09, Radio Huanta 2000, 1000 fair sig on 10/10 with SS ads and into plucked guitar huaynos with yipping vocalists. (Perry – Illinois) BOLIVIA – 6154.94, Radio Fides, La Paz, weak but clear in SS, amid noise at 1015 on 10/10, OM news show w/ comentario. Into somber orchl mx at 1027 mixing with sermonizing YL. Very boring stuff, certainly not the usual engaging fare heard mornings out of the Andes, hi. (Perry – Illinois) MEXICO – 6184.99, Radio Educacion, XEPPM, after being missing in action for many months, noted back with usual enormous signal, but slightly muffled modulation, at 0020 on 10/16. Pgm of cultural and historical commentary, interspersed with snippets of many varieties of regional music from Mexico (mariachi, ranchera, boleros, etc.) At 0026, OM mentioned, “Aqui esta ’Mexico Encantando,’ un programa de Radio Educacion . . .” Not hearing in mornings yet, during 1000-1100 checks. (Perry – Illinois) PAPUA NEW GUINEA – 3385.00, Radio East New Britain, Rabaul, fair signal 1150 on 10/16 with pop music thumping away. Nx at top of the hour. Also noting PNGs on 3205, 3235 and 3315 this morning, but not 3260, 3275, others. Losing signal by 1210 or so, with rising noise level. (Perry – Illinois) UNID / LAOS / CHINA – 6130.00, 1215 to past 1230 on 10/16, looking for Vientiane and believe it is likely one of the two stations being Heard here at fair level but well mixed up! Noting 2 stations in exact zero beat – no het – with one sounding very much like RNL did last year (lady ancr, type of music), with the other possibly the listed Chinese regional at Xizang. Neither station doing all that well, but should improve now as season progresses. Using active //s for Xizang (6200, 4920?) should be able to start ‘mentally unpiling’ these two stations. Vientiane always a sentimental and much-desired target for me. By the way, 7110 Thazin (Myanmar) also doing very well this morning amid local noise, at this same time, confirming 6-7 mHz propagation indeed well open to SE Asia at this time. (Perry – Illinois) PERU – 4789.90, Radio Vision, Chiclayo, 0940 on 10/17, appears to have mainly fixed its xmtr problems as signal really blowing in, this morning. Only a little bit of the previous ‘buzzing’. Armchair signal as OM drones on in sermony SS, with YL popping in regularly with a perky, brief t/cks (Perry – Illinois) BRAZIL – 4865.02-.03, Radio Verdes Florestas, Cruzeiro do Sul, very nice big signal 10/17 at 0943 with light pop songs, OM in PP vocals with small combo. At 0945, clear recorded ID by OM in light echo, caught in part: “Radio Verdes Florestas . . . onda tropical . . . . kilohertz . . . onda media . . . kilohertz . . . . a Cruz!” Then into live rlg program. Still fine at 1014 recheck, big signal with mushy modulation, and holding up past 1032. (Perry – Illinois) BOLIVIA – 3310.00, Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cochabamba, well heard 10/17 at 0950 t/in, nice plucked guitar and charango mx, YLs singing huaynos. At 0958.30, segued to short instrumental Andes theme followed by canned ID by OM in SS. Very first words were “Mosoj Chaski” (did not hear ‘Radio’) and “onda media”. At 0959.30, live studio ancr in SS, “Ahora, son las 6 de la manana” and then further SS tlk. At 1002 came high-voiced YL in Quechua, long talk, possibly a sermon. Left at 1010. (Perry – Illinois) PERU – 5039.18, Radio Libertad de Junin, nice signal 10/17 at 1015 when locutor in middle of ad string including for an ‘abogado’ and ‘supermercado’. At 1020, lamenting YL vocalist singing Peruvian folklorico song with chorale of ladies yipping/whining in background. At 1025, echo ad, plugging ‘una margarina’. Then YL en eco, “Las 5! y 25 minutos!!”. Then OM studio ancr rattles off some program info, mentioning “… amigos . . . y los ninos . . . 5 – 26 . . . cada dia a las 5 horas . . . el dia de hoy . . . peruano . . .” Tuned out 1029. (Perry – Illinois) Ralph Perry, Wheaton, Illinois Drake R8B; Japan Radio NRD-545; Eton E1; Hallicrafters SX100 Dentron Super Tuner + Ameco PLF-2 + Palomar P-408 + Quantum Phaser antenna unit (customized for tropical bands) 355-foot bidirectional BOG positioned 150 deg / 330 deg for LA / SE Asia Phased Longwire + Small Loop

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Robert Wilkner Escuchas South Florida " .... have been struck by how immediate and democratic was the union of those who sought and found intellectual solace within dxing. " - Unknown 153 162 171 810

Algeria, 0305 providing strong signal on 12 October (Wilkner) France, France Inter good signal strength at 0450 on 13 October (Wilkner) Morocco Medi 1, 2343 strong AR music 9 October; 0306 AR music on 12 October (Wilkner) Bahamas ZNZ // 1540 , 0910 with Gospel Music. 12 October . 7 October at 0800 with weather conditions for the Greater Bahamas. (Wilkner) 2325 Australia, VL8T Tennant Creek NT, 1130 Radio Australia theme music on 7 October; 0910 to 1110 with strong audio, om chat and music on 12 October (Wilkner) 2485 Australia, VL8K Katherine NT 0900 to 1050, some excellent music 10 October (Wilkner) 3235 Papua New Guinea, Radio West New Britain 1125 to 1135 with good audio, 7 October (Wilkner) 3310 Bolivia Radio Mosoj Chaski, Cochabamba, 1025 music good signal with CHU down in the mud 9 October ; 0940 om and yl brief music, mention "emisora", yl or child voice heard, 0944 possibly two women, 0947 music bridge, 0948 flauta and excellent vocal, different yl at 0958 mention of "linda" 10 October (Wilkner) 3320 North Korea, PBS Pyongyang 1100 to 1110 receiving audio on this first time , band check 9 October (Wilkner) 3329.53 Perú Ondas del Huallaga, Huánuco 0950 om with rustic OA music, om over the music better signal to 1043 on 10 October(Wilkner) - 5 October at 1000 to 1020 with CHU mixing (XM) 3375.1 Brasil, Radio Municipal São Gabriel da Cachoeira 0935 with music good signal 10 October 4451.2 Bolivia, Radio Santa Ana, Santa Ana de Yacuma, 2340 on 4 October; 2245 fading in on 7 October; 2355 with om chat and then gone at 0000 5 October (Wilkner) 4319u Diego Garcia. AFN 2310 "As you can see there are two...and while you are at it" good signal with now ute problem on 7 October (Wilkner) 4769.9 Bolivia, Radio San Miguel, Riberalta 0910 to 1000 fade out, 8 October (Wilkner- XM) 4716.63 Bolivia, Radio Yatun Ayllu Yura, Yura 0920 to 0950 fading out, emisora with excellent music 12 October 4754.85 Brasil, Radio Imaculada Conceição, Campo Grande, MS, 2350 on 4 October; noted 2320 on 8 October; 2309 om in Portuguese with one TC, yl and om alternating with brief comments; at 0450 with om Portuguese on 13 October. (Wilkner) 4755.44 Micronesia, Pohnpei Maicronesia The Cross Radio 0950 to 1000 with fair signal 12 August (Wilkner) 4781.62 Ecuador, Radio Oriental, Napo 2350 to 0000 Very strong signal on 11 October (Wilkner) 4785 Brasil, Radio Caiari, Porto Velho, RO, 0950 to 1010 with good signal; 0910 to 0955 Portuguese vocals 12 October (Wilkner) 4789.85 Perú Radio Visión Chiclayo, 0955 good signal 12 October; still on 0430 to 0433 on 13 October (Wilkner) 4810 Perú Radio Logos, No logs! last in log book, strong signal on 4 October at 1030 to 1050 (Wilkner + XM) 4826.54 Peru, Radio Sicuani, Sicuani, Cusco, 0930 gentleman announcer into 0934 brief woman vocal , 0940 new music, 0943 back to om, 1000 mention of palabras de dios? 1012 fade out, 10 October (Wilkner) 4835 Australia, Alice Springs, NT 0950 to 0957 Pop music with good signal 12 August (Wilkner + XM) 4835 Australia, Alice Springs, NT 1200 to 1210 is strong signal using 2010XA 13 October (Dallas Lankford, Louisiana) 4878.2 Brasil Rdif Roraima, Boa Vista RR 0300 with distorted signal in ssb, best in AM 12 October (Wilkner) 4894.88 Brasil Radio Novo Tempo, Campo Grande PR 0000 to 0010 enjoyable music under CODAR 0n 11 October 4905 China Xizang PBS 1120 under rtty // with 4920 on 11 October (Wilkner + XM) 4920 China Xizang PBS 2330 to 2337 // 4905 on 8 October (Wilkner) 4985.55 Peru Radio Voz Cristiana, Huancayo no logs in last five days (Wilkner) 4990 Unid or Possibly Suriname, Radio Apintie, Paramaribo 0900 on 7 October with difficult signal. Noted weak audio at 0450 on 13 October (Wilkner) 5019.9 Solomon Islands, SIBC 1055 poor signal but improved by 1120 skirting the ever present Radio Rebelde 11 October (Wilkner) 5025 Peru: 0950 to 1020-- Interesting situation with Radio Rebelde powered down Peruvian was dominating with Peruvian mx, but Rebelde could also be hd, first time both audible at the same time 5 October (XM) Charles Bolland has similar logs ~ alas to close to Havana to hear Peru on 5025 (Wilkner) 5460 Peru Radio Bolivar Cd. Bolivar 2345 to 0010 with deep fades, om dj 12/13 October (Wilkner) 5921.20 Peru, Radio Bethel, Arequipa, 2320 to 0030 deep fades, Oct 5; 2305 to 2312 om in Spanish 7 October; 2245 to 2335 on 8 October; 2313 to 2353 with marginal signal on 11 October (Wilkner) 5952.5 Bolivia R Pío XII, Siglo XX, Llallagua,Potosi No logs last six or seven days, seems silent (Wilkner) 6173.9 Peru, Radio Tawantinsuyo, Cusco 2301 to 2310 om in Spanish, very narrow filter, 6 October 9 (Wilkner) 7203.77 Unid Asian? 1100 to 1111 with no ARO interference 12 Oct. (Wilkner)

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8828u Hong Kong - Cape d'Aguilar- 1045 to 1048 with weather on 11 October (Wilkner) 8989u Nicaragua "Pescador Preacher", 2345 under rtty murdering signal on 7 October;2314 with very strong signal on 11 October; 2353 to 2358 very strong signal "El Senor" Palabras de Dios" 13 October (Wilkner + XM) Dallas Lankford, Louisiana - 2010XA XM - Cedar Key - South Florida - NRD 525D - R8A -E5 Robert Wilkner - Pompano Beach, South Florida - NRD 535D -746Pro - R8 -

Rafael Rodriguez R Qsl´S USA 11715 RADIO MARTÍ - Tarjeta QSL - v/s ilegible Informe enviado a: [email protected] y [email protected] Adjunto: Esquema de transmisiones, folleto de la OCB - Demoró: 33 días Luego de mas de 25 años intentado respuesta de esta emisora, por fin la QSL 12000 VOA - Tarjeta QSL- Estación Edward R. Murrow - v/s ilegible -Ingeniero Jefe Informe enviado a: IBB 3919 VOA SITE b Road, Grimesland, NC 27837 USA - Demoró: 41 días UTILITARIA 8806 WLO - e-QSL - v/s Rene Stiegler - Informe enviado a: [email protected] - Demoro 20 horas Adjunto: Foto del sitio de transmisión - La emisión confirmada corresponde a reportes metereologicos para el área del Caribe en Voz Imágenes y mas en http://dxdesdecolombia.blogspot.com/ Buenos Dx, Rafael Rodriguez R. - Bogotá D.C. - COLOMBIA

Anatoly Klepov Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 685, 14 October 2012 RUSSIA VOICE OF RUSSIA RUSSIA Voice of Russia VOR 15425 0350 GMT English 444 Oct 7 YL and OM with comments on Jazz music. Plus some good piano music. (Stewart MacKenzie, WDX6AA Huntington Beach, California, United States of America Rcvrs: Kenwood R5000 and Grundig Satellit 650) Received QSL card from the English edition of "Voice of Russia" for the reception 04.10.2012, 14.00 on the frequency 9560 kHz. The report sent E-mail : [email protected] Card from a series with Gagarin. (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “qsl-dx”) Moscow The radio station MTUSI starts regular broadcasting. Today held a meeting of the student edition of radio broadcasting. Come 11 people. But this is far not all interested persons. Esters will be every week, on Fridays, starting at 15:00 UTC. Frequency 1584 kHz, AM. The duration of programs 2 - 3 hours. All transfers will be created by the students themselves. Each transfer there is the managing editor, who with his team (which collects himself of people, not necessarily from the MTUSI, and not necessarily from students) creates his transfer. Scope of subjects is determined by the students, of course, with the observance of the standing orders of the Individual radio broadcasting and the Law "On mass media"…. To communicate with editors and write their wishes on the subject gear you can at cqf.su in the section of the forum "Radio Individual radio broadcasting", in the subject "Radio station MTUSI is a regular broadcasting, schedule". But in that section, there is a subject and on other radio stations. Work! With respect, Sergey Komarov. (Alexander Makukhin, Moscow, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) Krasnodarskiy kray. Tbilisskaya. New FM station. Radio Dacha. 90,7 MHz. The population coverage of 68 thousand people. The regional network of broadcasting Radio Dacha currently comprises 82 cities of broadcasting in Russia and 2 cities in the countries of near and far abroad. (MediaAtlas) Sakhalinskaya oblast.

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On Sakhalin may stop broadcasting of radio "Mayak" As it became known to Sakh.comsince January 1, 2013 on Sakhalin may decrease the number of radio stations. The company VGTRK plans to stop broadcast "Mayak" on the island. Initially it was only on medium wave, today, however, the question is considered, and on the UHF range. "Mayak" on Sakhalin on medium wave broadcasts three transmitters: News 720 KHz, Alexandrovsk-Sakhalinsky 1548 KHz and Okha 1377 KHz. Broadcasting is closed practically all the territory of Sakhalin island. "Mayak" you can take on the road, and the rest, then as radio stations VHF FM range can only be listened to in the settlements. http://www.sakhalin.info/mobile/78225/ (Victor Rutkowski, Ekaterinburg, Russia / “open_dx”) Dorozhnoeradio Krasnodarskiykray. Sochi. Kemerovskayaoblast. Mezhdurechensk. 106,4 MHz. Kemerovskayaoblast. Leninsk-Kuzhetskiy. 106,1 MHz. Kemerovskayaoblast. Yugra. 104,4 MHz. Kemerovskayaoblast. Mariinsk. 100,3 MHz. Broadcasting network Dorozhnoe radio («Road Radio») covers more than 600 cities of Russia and in the CIS countries. Digital broadcasting Interesting site about digital broadcasting in Russia http://krakoziaber.blogspot.com/2012/07/blog-post.html?m=1 (Serhiy1970,Chernihiv, Ukraine) The governmental commission on development of tele-radio broadcasting till the end of current year plans to consider the problem on working out of the separate Concept of development of broadcasting, have informed "Marker" in Minkomsvjazi. Such necessity has arisen because under the decision of the government questions of development of digital radio in the country are excluded from FTsP«tele-radio broadcasting Development in the Russian Federation for 2009-2015». Accordingly, financing from the state budget of actions for creation of networks of a powerful digital announcement for the state radio programs is cancelled. But the question on digital radio can be lifted again as the Russian military men are interested in it. That was planned to make for broadcasting In ФЦП «tele-radio broadcasting Development in the Russian Federation for 2009-2015» the special section has been devoted digital radio. In the program it was noticed that essentially important condition of development of branch is gradual transition to digital broadcasting in ranges long (LW), average (MW) short (SW) waves. As now the park of radio transmitters in these ranges on a network of powerful broadcasting consists of the equipment of working out of 50-60th years of the last century. Thus its deterioration makes 80–100 %. Therefore such equipment not only is not suitable for maintenance of an announcement with the quality meeting modern requirements, but also is not subject frequently even to reconstruction. At the same time characteristics of distribution of radio-waves in LW, MW and SW-ranges allow to cover with broadcasting the big remote territories of Russia with small population density where other kinds of broadcasting, in particular VHF and FM, to develop is economically inexpedient. Besides, powerful broadcasting in these ranges allows to conduct translations and on foreign countries. Now the state network of powerful broadcasting in LW, MW and SW-ranges works in the analogue standard and is maintained by company BELARUS 12.10.2012 took the radio station "Belarus" in the Belarusian language from 11.00 to 11.45 UTC on the frequency 11730 kHz (Kolodischi, 150 kW). SINPO: 35433. 12.10.2012 took Hrodna regional radio in Russian and Belarusian language from 15.00 to 16.00 UTC on the frequency 7255 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW). SINPO: 44444. Information-musical program mainly in Russian, only the Announcement "You listen to Hrodna regional radio" in Belarusian. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) PREDNESTROVIE on October 8, received a confirmation letter by e-mail from the Radio of Prednestrovie for reception in the Russian language 21.09.2012, 03.00-04.00 on the frequency 999 kHz. on October 11, took the Radio of Prednestrovie in the Ukrainian language on the frequency 621 kHz (Grigoriopol, 150 kW) at 18.00-18.30 UTC. Reception - 33333. Noise from the Radio Russia (most likely through Syktyvkar). 12.10.2012 took the Radio of Prednestrovie in the Russian language on the frequency 999 kHz (Grigoriopol, 500 kW) from 03.00 to 0400 UTC. SINPO: 45433. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite. Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) UKRAINE Changed the schedule of broadcasting the 2nd channel of Dnepropetrovsk regional radio (873 kHz). Now, the channel broadcasts from 10:00 to 22:00 local time (07:00-19:00 UTC), instead of the former 08:00-20:00 local (05:00-17:00 UTC). Transmitter power is reduced from 10 up to 2,5 kW. I personally reduction in power did not feel (live in 3 kilometers from towers), but from the area come message that the device has become significantly worse. (Alexander Dyadishchev, Ukraine / “open_dx”)

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on October 14, from 06.00 UTC accept radio "Dniprovska Khvilya" at a frequency of 11980 kHz, broadcast the first program Укранского radio. Reception - 45444. It is interesting, hear them who are in Ukraine? Yes, and in other places. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: LW-10 m Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) MW Tell me, please, where can I find a good new list radio stations in MW frequency? (Andre Pisaniy, Donetsk region, Ukraine / “open_dx”) Here - http://www.hermanboel.eu/emwg/online.htm (Vladimir Doroshenko , Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine / “open_dx”) PIRATE BROADCASTING October 10, 2012 took connection of Togliatti "pirate" Radio Yupiter on 27205 kHz from 0800 to 0820. For 20 minutes in touch with Radio Kosmonavt - ? with Radio Kombat - Daugavpils. with Radio Cherny - Kyggyzstan. with Radio Mayak - Engels. R. ? - Vitebsk. Radio Spartak - Saratov. R. ? - Abkhazia. Links were valid without the Mat and music. I don't know exactly, but earlier like it was 21 channel by long-distance truck drivers ? Who knows what it was ? (Alexander Golovikhin, Togliatti, Russia / “open_dx”) Standard communication on the CB range. Distance, like how to use 27135 kHz. (Sergey Smolin, Ukraine / “open_dx”) It seems 27205 kHz frequency for long distance relationships have CB the CIS. (Shukhrat Rakhmatullaev, Uzbekistan / “open_dx_) BC-DX 1085 08 Oct 2012 - edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany ARMENIA/GERMANY/ROMANIA/USA Brother Stair, 11800 kHz, 1530 UT, O=4: Brother Stair mit seiner kraechzenden Stimme unverkennbar, aber in keener Liste um die Zeit. Woher kommt er denn? Vom Himmel hoch? Auf der Internet-Seite steht sie drauf: WWRB 3185 6 Pm-9Am Sun-Sat WWCR 5890 1-6Am Daily WBCQ 7490 8Pm-11Pm Daily WWRB 9370 9Am-6Pm Sun-Sat Europe 9460 14-15 Europe 9400 20-22 Africa 9830 19-20 WWCR 9980 10Am-4Pm Daily MidEast 13810 14-16 WINB 13570 8-10 Am EST WBCQ 15420 10 Am-Noon Saturday Europe 7290 19-20 Europe 9655 14-16 MidEast 11800 14-18 (Bodo Kirtz-D, A-DX Oct 4) 13810 kommt 1 Std. aus M&B Nauen, gefolgt von 1 Std. M&B Wertachtal, hier die Zonen 28, 29W, 38E, 39 28 Central & Eastern Eur 29 Baltics, USSR south of 60 deg North & west of 50 deg East 38 Libya, Egypt 39 Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Arabian Pen. 9460, 9655 und 9830{17580 im B-12 winter} kommen auch aus M&B Wertachtal 7290 kommt aus Rumaenien, der Rest kommt aus Yerevan Gavar in Armenien. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 4) RUSSIA 24001 kHz African French, hrd from tune in at 1642 UT to fade out 1650 UT professional presentation, w/ music beds etc, clear audio, no distortion, nx about Algeria, very sudden fade out. Can't make the maths work on this one, presumably a mixing product. Vietnam has French on 12000 kHz but can't imagine a 24 MHz path at this hour. (Tim Bucknall-UK, harmonics Oct 5) But 24 MHz harmonics path from Moscow to Albion will be wide open at 16 UT. Compare content with this schedule. 73 wolfy df5sx VoRussia French, they started in April in A-12 season: summer Sep/Oct 1600-1800 9745 9745 Kruchina Chita 500 All AF 1600-1800 9900 9900 Gavar-ARM 500 All AF 1600-2100 11635 11635 Grigoriopol-MDA 500 All AF 1600-2100 12000 12000 Moscow 250 EUR 1700-1900 11610 11610 Moscow 250 All AF ex12030 1700-1900 12030 12030 Moscow 250 EUR 1800-1900 9880 9880 Kaliningrad 15 EUR 1st ch stream MIDI format DRM 1800-2000 12050 12050 Saint Petersburg 200 EUR, All AF 1800-2000 15465 15465 Moscow 250 EUR, All AF 1900-2100 558 558 Monte Ceneri-Cima-SUI 200 EUR 1900-2100 1323 1323 Wachenbrunn-GER 1000 EUR 2000-2100 6155 6155 Kaliningrad 15 EUR 2nd ch stream MIDI format DRM

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(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 5) RUSSIA 1044 MW, Kurkino, Moscow. R Liberty (Russian branch of RFE) will stop broadcasting from Nov 10, 2012, according to RFE/RL President Steven Korn in R Liberty on Sep 24: It is connected to requirements of new edition of the Russian law on Mass-Media. We shall continue to broadcast on short waves; besides the- materials of R Liberty will be accessible on various digital platforms, including satellite HotBird. Henceforth our future is the Web Site "Liberty", we will stay with you in social networks and on mobile devices. We shall continue to work in various formats video, audio and text - and on various platforms, we shall offer to listeners our podcasts, and, certainly, the live servicein the Internet." All journalists have been invited to the management of station and offered to write the application for a leaving job at own will inexchange for indemnifications for some months. (Kolchanov) The Russian section recently has got a new chief, Elena Glushkova, who has confirmed the closure. (Mezin-RUS, Mujunen-FIN, and Titarev-RUS; dswci DXW Oct 3) 1044 kHz antenna ist 65 m in height. Some TX locations: GEORGIA MW Batumi 1422 kHz 30 kW, probably location ? 41 37 12.28 N 41 36 31.18 E mast at 41 37 10.02 N 41 36 27.34 E (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 2) MORNING LOG. This is my morning log of 2350 UT Oct 6th, til 0145 UT Oct 7th. In past two hours I was GUEST mainly on various remote SDR server unit links, in South Asia, as well as at Moscow remote stn, and two remote stations in Japan. Please excuse my HASTE on fetch the DX log data. 4765.051 Tajik Radio 1 Yangi Yul TJK in Tajik language, fair signal end of newscast at 0110 UT, S=5-6. 4009.985 Kyrgyz Radio 1 from Bishkek-KGZ, UNDERMODULATED signal, female voice heard, otherwise strong S=9+10dB signal, but only 5 to 10% modulation level. 4050.073 Radio Rossii program in Russian, also via Bishkek KGZ, S=8-9 flutter signal, but reliable to understand, talk by two mens. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7) Moscow Information DX Bulletin - Weekly electronic periodical - # 810 - 09 October 2012 Editor of the current number: Alexander Dementiev. Russia GEORGIA With surprise, I discovered that in addition to the Russian-speaking TV channel PEAK of Tbilisi in the Russian language works and Radio PIK http://pik.tv/ru/radio. Format - information-musical. The FM-station frequency 106,4 MHz. This is in Tbilisi? (Sergey Sosedkin) PUBLICATIONS MEDIUMWAVE REFERENCE SITES A site or 3. AM tools. http://topazdesigns.com/ambc/ http://www.mwlist.org/mwlist_quick_and_easy.php?area=3 http://www.myradiobase.de/mediumwave/mwoffset.txt Just in case, Rich. (Richard, radioman, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Great AM station lists (global) This seems a great place to answer Duane's question, and plug the great AM logbook the NRC publishes, which is paper only and can be ordered via the NRC. IRCA has a great Mexican log. Some other great MW lists I couldn't DX without: Euro-African MW Guide: http://www.emwg.info Plenty of details, listed by country, frequency, yet easy to flip through and figure out networks and parallels. It's worth paying a tiny handful of Euros to get a PDF personalized for your QTH, where Herman Boel measures many station distances. Pacific Asia Log http://www.radioheritage.net/pal.asp Equally detailed, though no personalized PDF like the EWMG that I know of. Brazilian Medium Wave Radio Stations List http://www.dxing.info/lists/lista_om_brasil.pdf Cuba: http://www.dxing.info/lists/Cuba_AM_2009.pdf You'll find lots more via dxing.info!

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Lee Freshwater has a decent AM list: http://www.amlogbook.com/amlog.htm Good AM Canada-US search page at: http://www.topazdesigns.com/ambc There are other great lists. I'm curious to know of really good ones I've not included here. Enjoy! (Saul Chernos, Ont, amfmtvdx at qth.net via DXLD) Try this: The MWLIST has a series of links located at: http://www.mwlist.org/mwlist_quick_and_easy.php?area=1 This is the link to a great listing of AM stations in Europe Africa and the Middle East http://www.mwlist.org/mwlist_quick_and_easy.php?area=2 This is the link to a great listing of AM stations in Asia and the Pacific http://www.mwlist.org/mwlist_quick_and_easy.php?area=4 This is the link to a great listing of AM stations in South America http://www.mwlist.org/mwlist_quick_and_easy.php?area=3 This is the link to a great listing of AM stations in North America Central America and the Caribbean [missing] Should keep you busy for a bit. LOL. 73 Best of DX (Shawn Axelrod VE4DX1SMA , VEPC4SWL, Winnipeg MB, REMEMBER ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN HEAR FOREVER, ibid.)

Roberto Pavanello Escuchas y QSL´s R. Nora 6240 KHz - [email protected] con QSL elettronica allegata in 7 giorni. 1026 11/10 17.25 R. Reus - Catalano NX buono 1566 11/10 19.35 TWR - Parakou FF predica suff. 3905 12/10 19.20 Skyline R. Int. - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6211 14/10 08.45 R. King SW - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 6280 14/10 08.25 R. Borderhunter - [email protected] EE ID e MX buono 7600 14/10 08.20 FRS Holland - Postbus 2702 - 6049 ZG Herten - Olanda EE ID e MX buono 7850 13/10 22.10 CHU - Ottawa EE/FF ID e pip pip buono 9665 13/10 21.50 Voz Missionaria - Camboriù PP predica suff. 9820 13/10 03.50 R. 9 de Julho - Sao Paulo PP MX suff. 11780 13/10 21.45 R. Nac. amazonas - Brasilia PP NX buono 15345 13/10 19.35 R.A.E. - Buenos Aires IT NX buono www.playdx.com www.bclnews.it

Rodolfo Tizzi Escuchas ARGELIA (no): 9375, Radio Algerienne, relay Issoudun, Francia, 12 de octubre a las 2004 UTC. Señal mediocre con QSB, baja modulación. Francés al parecer, aunque luego de 2005 lo que parecen ser recitaciones de suras del Corán. http://youtu.be/Iw6yTkeXh4A ARGENTINA: 10590, dos barcos argentinos no identificados, al parecer en el Río de la Plata, 14 de octubre a las 1953. Acostumbrada charla sobre asuntos náuticos, lenguaje procaz por momentos (habitual). Comentarios sobre velero perdido en las inmediaciones de Montevideo y dificultades de su hallazgo. Menciones de las estaciones navales L2T (Argentina) y CWC (Punta Carretas Radio, Montevideo). http://youtu.be/G1baLN51yGA CANADA: 10051, Gander Aeradio, Terranova. 13 de octubre a las 2224 UTC, USB. Reporte del tiempo en aeropuertos de la región (Winnipeg, Edmonton...). ID: "This is Gander Radio" a las 2224. http://youtu.be/PDd318_VLdk FILIPINAS: 11720, Radyo Pilipinas, Tinang, 12 de octubre a las 1916 UTC. Entrevista telefónica (al parecer) en ingles, OM/YL, con varias menciones de Manila, audio no muy claro, QSB muy rápido. Transmisión para Asia, dirigida a los trabajadores filipinos diseminados por la región. http://youtu.be/BSPZz6oGCBk INDIA: 9425, AIR National Channel, 12 de octubre a las 1957 UTC. Señal discreta, musica local e identificación a las 2000. Luego de la misma, un prolongado silencio de mas de 3 minutos. Según me acota un contacto japones en

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Youtube, es común que la emisora, cuando no tenga material que difundir, deje la portadora sin audio, a veces por horas. http://youtu.be/WnJDlEbLfBM 11935, AIR General Overseas Service, 12 de octubre a las 1911. Noticias en inglés. Buena señal y audio. Mejor en esta frecuencia que en lasotras en paralelo. http://youtu.be/_uEKpHzEejI SUAZILANDIA: 9940, TWR Africa, Manzini, 12 de octubre a las 1945. Comentarios religiosos OM/YL en un francés bastante europeo, sin el característico acento africano. Señal buena con apenas QSB. http://youtu.be/yYL8tb8Iths SUECIA (no): 12070, IBRA Radio, relay Wooferton, Reino Unido, 12 de octubre a las 1908. Comentarios en árabe OM/YL. QSB. Señal mediocre. http://youtu.be/ECjpoxkf1Eg ZAMBIA: 13590, CVC Africa, relay Makeni Ranch, Zambia. 12 de octubre a las 1856. Acostumbrada musica pop, comentarios en ingles por OM a las 1900, ID no escuchada. Señal decente + QSB. http://youtu.be/ra0ui0AgOBY

Moises Knochen Escuchas FILIPINAS: 11720, Radyo Pilipinas, Tinang, 12 de octubre a las 1916 UTC. Entrevista telefonica (al parecer) en ingles, OM/YL, con varias menciones de Manila, audio no muy claro, QSB muy rapido. Transmision para Asia, dirigida a los trabajadores filipinos diseminados por la region. http://youtu.be/BSPZz6oGCBk ¡Buena captación! Casi tanto como la misma, me asombra el bajo nivel de ruido, parece de otra época. R. Pilipinas fue una de mis primeras captaciones dignas de mención allá a principios de los '70, en inglés en 9580 kHz. Mi informe de recepción fue difundido en un diario local y me empezaron a llegar solicitudes de intercambio de correspondencia de gente que quería ser "pen-pal". Nunca más la volví a escuchar. 73, Moises Knochen - Montevideo, Uruguay

Miguel Castellino Escuchas FRECUENCIA RADIO

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Lima Bogotá Torreon

Perú Colombia Mexico

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Bogotá Guayaquil Lima Lima Houston Guayaquil Lima Trujillo Lima

Colombia Ecuador Perú Perú EEUU Ecuador Perú Perú Perú

Chiclayo Lima Lima Piura o San Jeronimo (Cuzco) Chimbote

Perú Perú Perú Perú Perú

Radio Inca Radio Nacional de Colombia La Mexicana XEDN Unid en Ingles Radio La Inolvidable Unid en Ingles Radio Recuerdos (posible) Radio Sucre (posible) Red Radio Integridad Radio Programas del Perú News Radio KTRH Radio Caravana (posible) Radiomar Radio Programas del Perú Radio Libertad unid en Ingles Radio Programas del Perú Radio Union Radio Felicidad Radio Programas del Perú Radio Programas del Perú

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RCN "La Radio" Radio Latina Radio Cielo Radio Colmundo Radio Metropolitana Unid en Ingles LV del Cinaruco Radio Campesina ESPN radio "The Fan" WFNI Radio La Luz

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Unid en Ingles Radio Feliz XERED (posible) Unid en Ingles Radio Bacan SAT Chami Radio Comunicativa Unid en Ingles Radio Programas del Perú Radio Marti Unid en Ingles Radio Líder Radio Miraflores Radio Horizonte Unid en español Radio Comas Radio Libertad Radio Bacan Radio Alegria Radio nueva Q Radio Callao Radio Colmundo Radio Comunicativa Radio Santa rosa Instituto Oceanografico de la Armada Radio Luis Alvarez Sierra Radio Poder Pentecostal LV del Campesino Radio Milenia Unid en Ingles Radio Turbo Mix Radio Independencia Texas Radio KGOW the game BETHEL Radio Unid en Ingles ESPN radio Radio Fox

Cali Lima Lima Bogotá Lima

Colombia Perú Perú Colombia Perú

Arauca Cajamarca Indianapolis Lima

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Álex Robert Escuchas 4700 KHz 15/10 2205 4775 KHz 15/10 2208 4785 KHz 15/10 2211 4800 KHz 15/10 2213 4805 KHz 15/10 2215 4815 KHz 15/10 2222 4820 KHz 15/10 2225 4825 KHz 15/10 2227 4845 KHz 15/10 2231 4877 KHz 15/10 2234 4885 KHz 15/10 2237 4895 KHz 15/10 2239 4905 KHz 15/10 2241 4915 KHz 15/10 2246 4920 KHz 15/10 2248 4925 KHz 15/10 2250 4935 KHz 15/10 2252 4940 KHz 15/10 2254 4950 KHz 15/10 2256 4955 KHz 15/10 2258 4965 KHz 15/10 2300 4975 KHz 15/10 2302 4985 KHz 15/10 2304 5000 KHz 15/10 2306 5025 KHz 15/10 2308 5035 KHz 15/10 2310 5040 KHz 15/10 2312 5050 KHz 15/10 2314

BOL R.San Miguel,Riberalta,Espanhol,Om Talk,Nxs,Reportagens Externas,Sinal bom,43444,Á.R. B R.Congonhas,Congonhas-MG,Px"Voz do Brasil",Sinal Regular,33343,Á.R. B R.Carirari,Porto Velho-RO,Px Musical,Mxs Diversas,Id,Sinal Bom,44344,Á.R. CHN China National Rádio 1,Geermu,Chinês,Talk,Dialogo entre apresentador(OM) e apresentadora(YL),Sinal Bom,44344,Á.R. B R.Difusora do Amazonas,Manaus-AM,Talk,Nx,Yl Informa as condições de trânsito para a capital amazonense,Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. B R.Difusora de Londrina,Londrina-PR,Talk,Yl com reportagens externas,Px "Voz do Brasil",Sinal Regular,33343,Á.R. CHN PBS Xizang,Lhasa Baiding 602,Chinês,Mxs diversas chinesas,talk, Sinal Regular,,34343,Á.R. B R.Canção Nova,Cahoeira Paulista-SP,Yl Talk,Nx,Px"Voz do Brasil",Sinal Bom,44344,Á.R. B R.Cultura do Amazonas,Manaus-AM,Talk,Om informa os recados deixados pela comunidade,Id,Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. B R.Difusora de Roraima,Boa Vista-RR,Talk,Om Talk Cx,Id,Sinal Regular,34333,Á.R. B R.Clube do Pará,Belém-PA,Talk,Px "Voz do Brasil,Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. B R.Novo Tempo,Campo Grande-MT,Px Musical,Mxs Diversas,Id,Sinal Regular, 34333,Á.R. B R.Anhaguera,Araguaina-GO,Px"Voz do Brasil",Nxs,Sinal Regular,34343,Á.R. B R.Difusora de Macapá,Macapá-AP,Talk,Px"Voz do Brasil",Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. CHN PBS Xizang,Lhasa Baiding 602,Tibetano,Yl Talk,Nxs,Id,Sinal Regular,33343,Á.R. B R.Educação Rural,Tefé-AM,Om Talk,Oração do Santo Credo,Sinal Regular,34344,Á.R. B R.Capixaba,Vitória-ES,YL Talk,Px"Voz do Brasil,Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. STP Voz da América,Pinheira,Inglês,Om Talk,Mxs Diversas em inglês,SInal Regular, 34333,Á.R. AGL R.Nacional da Angola,Luanda,Português,Dialogo entre YL e Om,Talk,Id,Sinal Regular, 33333,Á.R. PRU R.Cultural Amauta,Huanta,Espanhol,Id Mxs Diversas Religiosas,Sinal Regular, 34443,Á.R. B R.Alvorada,Parintins-AM,Om Talk,Id,Advs,SInal Bom,44344,Á.R. B R.Iguatemi,São Paulo-SP,Intervalo Comercial,Advs,Sinal Ruim,23332,Á.R. B R.Brasil Central,Goiania-GO,Px Sertanejo,Om Talk,Id,SInal Bom,44444,Á.R. USA WWV,Colorado,Inglês,Time Signal,Om Talk,HH,MM,SS,Sinal Regular,34333,Á.R. CUB R.Rebelde,La Habana,Espanhol,Mxs Cubanas,Id,Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. B R.Aparecida,Aparecida-SP,Om Talk,Px Com a Mãe Aparecida,Id,Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. CUB R.Habana Cuba,La Habana,Inglês,Cx do Apresentador,Id,Sinal Bom,44444,Á.R. USA WWRB,Morrison,Inglês,Om Talk,Sermão,Id,Sinal Regular,34333,Á.R.

RX:Degen DE 1103 ANT:Vertical 5mts QRA:Álex Robert(Á.R.) Obs:O horário acima mencionado está em UTC+3,Percebido também que na banda dos 60 metros neste dia estava com forte ruído atmosferico.

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I N D I C E Pagina 4 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

China: Radio Internacional de China inaugura en Pakistán su 81ª radio foránea España: RNE inaugura sus nuevos estudios, con un diseño vanguardista

Pagina 5 Ruben Guillermo Margenet Mauricio Lopes Hugo Manteiga

Nuevos Cambios en Radio Radio Nederland desde el 26 de Octubre COBRA 148 GTL La historia del mundo en 2 minutos

Pagina 6 Horacio Nigro Horacio Nigro Yimber Gaviria

Adiós al centro repetidor en Onda Corta en Bonaire, Antillas Holandesas Cierra el relé de Chipre Chipre de la BBC en Onda Corta Mexico: Radio digital digital amenaza a la tradicional AM

Pagina 7 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Uruguay: Montevideo es sede de asamblea mundial de radio y televisión Bolivia: Senadores reconocen 60 años de destacada labor de Radio Santa Cruz

Pagina 8 Yimber Gaviria Hugo López C.

China: Encuesta sobre “Imagen de China a ojos latinoamericanos” de CRI NHK deja también Bonaire

Pagina 9 Radio Gloria Radioaficionados Benidorm Yimber Gaviria

Comunicado Comunicado China: CRI launches 80th overseas radio station

Pagina 10 Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Dr. Adrian M. Peterson

Meu novo facebook / Me adicione NWS192 Sun Oct 28, 2012

Pagina 19 Onda Livre Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria

Montra TeK / Rádio de Santiago do Cacém Rusia: La Voz de Rusia celebra su cumpleaños Iran: ¿Cómo evalúa los programas de IRIBIRIB-Redacción en español?

Pagina 20 Yimber Gaviria Yimber Gaviria Federico Ch. Tomasczik La Voz Exterior de la RII

Iran: El gran concurso del conocimiento del Islam Iran: ¿Qué les parece las medidas europeas de sacar del aire emisión de canales iraníes? La Radio en La Oscuridad: La Radiodifusión Clandestina en Centroamérica ¿Qué opina sobre la decisión del proveedor euro peo de satélites Eutelsat?

Pagina 21 Ruben Walter Suarez Associação DX do Brasil Associação DX do Brasil Yimber Gaviria

KBS - 4 concursos trimestrales al año Voz da Rússia comemora aniversário TV ONDAS CURTAS Perú: Convención Nacional diae Radio y TV digital

Pagina 22 Querrell Miguel Castellino Rodolfo Tizzi

Batallan Batallan el IBOC y el DRM por el Brasil Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 23 Álex Robert

Escuchas y QSL

Pagina 24 Anatoly Klepov

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Pagina 38 Ernesto Paulero

Escuchas

Pagina 39 Ralph Perry Rafael Rodríguez R.

Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 40 Roberto Pavanello Jose Kucher Antonio Ángel / EA3GYE

Escuchas Escuchas Escuchas

Pagina 41 Robert Wilkner

Escuchas

Pagina 42 Anatoly Klepov

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CONTENIDO Yimber Gaviria China: Radio Internacional de China inaugura en Pakistán su 81ª radio foránea La emisión FM 98 Dosit Channel, la 81ª radio foránea de Radio Internacional de China, CRI, comenzó oficialmente, este miércoles, en Islamabad; como resultado de la cooperación entre CRI y Pakistán Broadcasting Corporation. La ceremonia de inauguración de FM 98 Dosit Channel tuvo lugar en el palacio presidencial pakistaní. En ella estuvieron presentes Ali Zardari, presidente de Pakistán; Li Changchun, miembro del Comité Permanente del Buró Político del Comité Central del Partido Comunista de China (PCCh); Wang Gengnian, presidente de Radio Internacional de China; y Murtaza Solangi, presidente de Pakistán Broadcasting Corporation, quienes, en presencia de más de 200 invitados de distintas esferas de ambos países, develaron la placa conmemorativa. FM Dosit Channel transmite 18 horas diarias y presenta programas de CRI en inglés y urdu. Hasta la fecha, Radio Internacional de China cuenta con 81 retransmisiones de programas radiales a través de emisoras locales. En todos los casos, estas retransmisiones exceden las 10 horas diarias. (Enrique/Karelys) Fuente: http://espanol.cri.cn/782/2012/10/18/1s260543.htm

Yimber Gaviria España: RNE inaugura sus nuevos estudios, con un diseño vanguardista Radio Nacional de España ha inaugurado oficialmente la remodelación de sus instalaciones de Prado del Rey, en las que se realizan todos los programas de Radio Nacional, la emisora generalista de la cadena pública. La presentación ha tenido lugar este jueves 18 de octubre, en un programa especial con la participación del director de RNE, Manuel Ventero, y las voces de algunos de los principales programas: Manolo HH,Yolanda Flores, Carlos Santos, Mikaela Vergara yJesús Hermida. El mismo año en que celebra su 75º aniversario, RNE ha inaugurado sus nuevas instalaciones en la Casa de la Radio, que incluyen una nueva redacción unificada, estudios y control central. La remodelación se ha realizado con un diseño vanguardista y ha supuesto la instalación de la tecnología de radio más moderna y de equipos de televisión que convierten a RNE en una radio que se oye y se ve. La presentación pública ha corrido a cargo del director de la cadena, Manuel Ventero, y de algunos de los presentadores de Radio Nacional: Manolo HH (El día menos pensado), Yolanda Flores (Nunca es tarde), Carlos Santos y Mikaela Vergara (Los clásicos) y Jesús Hermida (Palabra de Beatles). Todos juntos han presentado la remodelación y han explicado su experiencia a través de un programa especial de radio que se ha emitido desde los nuevos estudios en RNE, el Canal 24 Horas de TVE y la web RTVE.es. Equipos digitales de última generación Los nuevos estudios disponen de equipos digitales de última generación, con los medios radiofónicos más modernos. Todo ello adaptado a la tecnología de televisión, que hace posible la recepción de los programas a través de TVE y de la web RTVE.es. Para ello, el estudio principal de emisión (101), cuenta con tres cámaras robotizadas, sistemas de iluminación y un control de realización, conectados con Torrespaña. Se convierte así en un pequeño plató de televisión. De esta manera no será necesario desplazar equipos de televisión para ofrecer contenidos de Radio Nacional en TVE. Asimismo, la web de RNE en RTVE.es abre una ventana para que el internauta oiga y vea seis programas de Radio Nacional: El día menos pensado, Nunca es tarde,Los clásicos, España directo, La noche en vela y Esto me suena. Dos estudios parejos se hacen cargo de la emisión: el 101 o estudio principal, y el 102, de apoyo y perfectamente preparado para hacer frente a la emisión en caso de necesidad. El 101 dispone en el locutorio de un set de acústicos, para actuaciones, capaz de albergar también a un pequeño auditorio de oyentes. Se ha añadido también una cabina para sonorizar los acústicos. Estos dos estudios principales cuentan además con dos salas de producción, en permanente contacto con los locutorios y los controles de sonido. La redacción es otra de las grandes novedades, puesto que unifica todos los programas de Radio Nacional, en un espacio abierto y moderno. Además de los puestos de trabajo de los redactores, incluye cuatro cabinas y dos estudios más de producción equipados para la emisión. Y por supuesto, el control central, el corazón de la emisión de RNE, dotado de la tecnología más moderna y de sistemas de producción digital. Todo ello, con un diseño vanguardista, basado en espacios diáfanos para que esténvisualmente conectados la redacción, el control central y los estudios (y a su vez, los locutorios y los controles de sonido). FUENTE: http://www.rtve.es/radio/20121018/radio-nacional-espana-estrena-nuevos-estudios-su-75-aniversario/570824.shtml

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Ruben Guillermo Margenet Nuevos Cambios en Radio Nederland desde el 26 de Octubre Adiós a La Matinal y Bienvenida a El Toque Después de varios meses sin tener contacto con nuestra audiencia de la Comunidad [email protected] lo retomamos el contacto. Un gran saludo a todos y bienvenidos nuevamente. Hemos estado semanas trabajando en la transición hacia la Radio Nederland nueva, que como saben tiene la nueva misión de ser la productora multimedial internacional de Holanda, que como organización periodística independiente, se dirige específicamente a los jóvenes como nuevos líderes del futuro, a través de las diferentes plataformas con contenidos en un enfoque en la “libertad de palabra” y en temas como la” buena gobernanza, los derechos humanos y los derechos sexuales” Adiós a La Matinal El viernes 26 de Octubre terminan las décadas de La Matinal con su último programa. En el mismo recordaremos el pasado de nuestro desayuno informativo para las Américas que tan popular ha sido hasta nuestros días, para dar lugar a un programa diferente y muy enfocado en la nueva misión. ¿Qué es El Toque? Es un programa interactivo multimedia dirigido a la audiencia que se encuentran ubicadas en las regiones estratégicas que Radio Nederland atiende en América Latina. Con un formato de trece minutos de duración, EL TOQUE es un programa radial donde se abordan temas clave que afectan o interesan al público meta en países como México, Venezuela, y otros permitiendo la utilización de elementos alternativos como el humor, la música, las redes sociales, debates, comentarios en primera persona, y otros. El Toque es una función de Facebook. Dar un toque significa enviarle una invitación a una tercera persona para establecer contacto. Onda Corta El Toque además de ser distribuido por Internet para toda la audiencia y las asociadas de Radio Nederland se emitirá de lunes a viernes por Onda Corta por nuestra frecuencia de 9895 kHz en la banda de 31 metros, equivalentes de las 8 pm de Cuba, y desde el 11 de noviembre, con el fin del horario de verano, a las 7 pm. La Comunidad [email protected] Esta comunidad estará activa hasta agosto del 2013, a partir de entonces desaparecerá. Por eso los invitamos a unirse a nuestro Facebook Radio Nederland Internacional, a seguirnos por www.radionederland.nl , o por nuestra página www.hablemosdeamor.mx sobre sexualidad, o a acompañarnos por Facebook en Hablemos de Amor RN, y en Twitter por @informarn Esperando que nos siga por las nuevas plataformas, o escuchando El Toque, agradeciendo siempre su fidelidad a RNW El equipo en Hilversum Juan Carlos Roque, María Vaquero, Pablo Gámez, Mara Landa, Alejandro Pintamalli, Anna Karina Rosales, Luisa Fernanda López y Sergio Acosta Visitar [email protected] en: http://cartas.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

Mauricio Lopes COBRA 148 GTL Tenho um cobra 148 GTL nunca utilize,ganhei e não uso. Aceito troca por HT DUAL, MIC SM 20 [email protected] Mauricio Lopes - py2ab GG66PH

Hugo Manteiga La historia del mundo en 2 minutos Observa qué rápido pasan los hechos, la formación del planeta, los comienzos, la naturaleza, los animales las etapas primitivas, el ser humano y el desarrollo, la cultura, las guerras, la destrucción, la modernidad, la llegada a la luna, la multiplicación de los habitantes de la tierra, las pestes y calamidades, el medio ambiente, la contaminación, todo en dos minutos. No hay textos, sólo fotos. No cierres los ojos ni 2 segundos, porque se pierden 2.000 años "al toque" .Realmente extraordinario el resumen fotográfico para detallar la historia del mundo !!! http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=MrqqD_Tsy4Q

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Horacio Nigro Adiós al centro repetidor en Onda Corta en Bonaire, Antillas Holandesas Mañana, viernes 26 de Octubre, cerrarán para siempre, por parte de Radio Nederland, sus transmisiones a través del propio transmisor repetidor ubicado en la isla de Bonaire. http://lagalenadelsur.wordpress.com/2012/10/25/adios-al-centro-repetidor-en-onda-corta-en-bonaire-antillasholandesas/ Horacio Nigro Geolkiewsky – Montevideo - Uruguay

Horacio Nigro Cierra el relé de Chipre de la BBC en Onda Corta Cierra el relé de Chipre de la BBC en Onda Corta. Continúa en Onda media pero con horario reducido. Cierra Árabe en OCdesde la BBC excepto para Sudán. (Chris Greenway, UK via DXLD YG ---trad.). Gracias a Keith Perron de PCJ Media, se sabe que el sitio relé de la BBC en Chipre cerrará en Abril. El servicio en árabe se cancela y en inglés la reducción será de entre 7 y 19 horas a sólo 6. Desde el momento en que Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation depende de este sitio emisor para sus propias emisiones de fin de semana, este cierre significará la pérdida de otro radio país. (info via Mark Coady, Editor, Your Reports Express, Listening In, Ontario DX Association-- trad.).

Yimber Gaviria Mexico: Radio digital amenaza a la tradicional AM Un estudio de Ipsos-Bimsa, reveló que los fabricantes de receptores fijos y móviles ya no incluyen la banda de AM y lo mismo hacen con los equipos de audio de los vehículos Cofetel dijo que los jóvenes ya escuchan radio en dispositivos móviles que carecen de estaciones de AM pues tendrían que contar con largas antenas Ciudad de México.- Los radiodifusores de Amplitud Modulada (AM) enfrentan un gran reto ente el cambio digital; no perder radioescuchas. El incremento en el número de receptores de radio digital que no incluyen a AM hace que los radiodifusores que aun utilizan este espectro para transmitir su señal teman que dejen de ser escuchados por un grupo de sus usuarios. Aunque la migración de AM y FM hacia el estándar digital IBOC dependerá de la penetración de los radioreceptores y no es obligatoria, los empresarios de AM que seguirán en este cuadrante enfrentan el riesgo de perder radioescuchas y ganancias con el incremento de receptores que no sintonizan esa frecuencia. Entre los grandes grupos que aun tienen mayormente estaciones en AM en el País, destacan Grupo Radiorama, Cadena Rasa, Radio Fórmula y ABC Radio, entre otros. Actualmente, Ford, Volkswagen y Toyota tienen ya radio digital sin acceso a AM, ya que en los autos el incremento en costos no es tan importante como en la compra de un radio tradicional digital. Además, los jóvenes ya escuchan radio a través de los dispositivos móviles los cuales carecen de estaciones de AM pues tendrían que contar con largas antenas que no son funcionales para teléfonos móviles, comentó Fernando Borjón, jefe de la Unidad de Radio y Televisión de la Comisión Federal de Telecomunicaciones (Cofetel). Un estudio elaborado por Ipsos-Bimsa, reveló que los fabricantes de receptores fijos y móviles ya no incluyen a la banda de AM en sus modelos recientes y los equipos de audio de los vehículos han dejado de incluir equipos con receptores de AM. "Esto se ve mayormente en los automóviles de fabricación europea, en cuyos equipos se pueden ver las opciones CD, FM, SAT y Auxiliar, pero no AM. De igual manera, en los equipos modernos de comunicación y entretenimiento más utilizados por los jóvenes, como son los reproductores de MP3 y los teléfonos celulares, es más frecuente encontrar algunos modelos con receptores de FM, pero nuevamente, la ausencia de receptores de AM en estos equipos es una realidad. Por otra, Fernando Borjón agregó que la situación de las AM es difícil; enfrentan un problema de ingresos ya que la mayoría de las ganancias se las llevan las FM debido a que tienen mejor calidad de recepción y menor ruido en sus transmisiones. "Desde el punto de vista comercial, el problema que se tiene es que los ingresos del AM, esa infraestructura que representa el 70 por ciento de la oferta (de radio), no eran ni el 20 por ciento de ingresos de lo que se lograba con el otro 30 por ciento. Por esta razón, a las empresas de AM les conviene la migración hacia FM además de que con el incremento de receptores que no sintonicen AM habrá una menor posibilidad de ganar radioescuchas, mencionó el funcionario del regulador. Sin embargo, en las comunidades donde sea necesario mantener las estaciones AM, ésta se mantendrán, explicó. FUENTE: http://economia.terra.com.mx/noticias/noticia.aspx?idNoticia=201210261241_REF_81701719

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Yimber Gaviria Uruguay: Montevideo es sede de asamblea mundial de radio y televisión Andebu cuestiona plazo fijado para el apagón analógico. Más de 100 delegados de emisoras de América y Europa participarán de la 42° Asamblea General de la Asociación Internacional de la Radiodifusión (AIR) que se realizará en Montevideo la semana próxima. Entre otros temas se discutirá sobre la libertad de expresión, los derechos de autor y la llegada de la televisión y radio digital. La actividad organizada por la AIR y la Asociación Nacional de Broadcasters Uruguayos (Andebu) se inaugura el lunes 29 en el Club de Golf con una conferencia del presidente de la National Association of Broadcasters, Gordon Smith, sobre la libertad de expresión en la era digital. Por su parte, la directora de tecnología de TV Globo, Liliana Nakonechnyj, ofrecerá una charla a las 15.30 en el salón de eventos del Hotel After. El presidente de Andebu, Rafael Inchausti, señaló ayer en una conferencia de prensa que los mayores desafíos a los que se deben enfrentar la radio y televisión son de índole tecnológico. "En este nuevo mundo en que vivimos tenemos más oportunidades de crear contenidos recreativos y de tener un mayor intercambio con los usuarios y para eso es necesaria la actualización tecnológica", aseguró. Inchausti dijo a El País que el plazo de noviembre de 2015 que se fijó el gobierno para que se produzca el apagón analógico "es demasiado ambicioso". Según dijo, en otros países el cambio de televisión analógica a digital tarda alrededor de 10 años, por las dificultades que suponen a la población adquirir los aparatos tecnológicos que le permitan recibir señal. "Solamente en el caso de que la población haya adoptado los dispositivos que les permitan continuar recibiendo las emisiones libres y abiertas de radio y televisión sería razonable que se produzca el apagón analógico en noviembre de 2015", insistió Inchausti. Por su parte, el director de a AIR Héctor Oscar Amengual, destacó la importancia de la conferencia para la discusión de temas como la libertad de expresión "que son la piedra angular de todas las demás libertades". FUENTE: http://www.elpais.com.uy/121026/pnacio-671930/nacional/montevideo-es-sede-de-asamblea-mundial-de-radio-y-television/ Sitio Web: http://www.andebu.org/

Yimber Gaviria Bolivia: Senadores reconocen 60 años de destacada labor de Radio Santa Cruz Hoy, Radio Santa Cruz cumple 60 años de vida al servicio de los sectores más vulnerados de la sociedad. Desde 1952, cuando nació con el nombre de Radio Rural, hasta la fecha ha logrado posicionarse como un medio de comunicación que informa, educa y entretiene. En esta línea, la Cámara de Senadores aprobó una declaración cameral de reconocimiento a esta radioemisora por sus 60 años de destacada labor. "En la década de los 50, en el oriente boliviano, varias radios emergían. A la cabeza de su fundador, Emiliano Peña, Radio Santa Cruz iniciaba la emisión de su señal en 1952. Aún con el nombre de Radio Rural y a raíz de su identificación con el movimiento cívico cruceño, en 1959 es bautizada con el nombre de Radio Santa Cruz", se lee en el documento difundido por la agencia gubernamental ABI. Carlos Salazar, coordinador general de Radio Santa Cruz, en contacto con EL DEBER Digital, señaló que la declaración cameral es un justo reconocimiento al aporte de esta radioemisora al oriente boliviano. Salazar destacó el papel que jugó Radio Rural desde 1952 hasta 1959, especialmente en la consecución del 11% de las regalías para Santa Cruz, por ello es que adoptó el nombre del departamento y pasó a ser la voz de campesinos, indígenas, gremialistas, zafreros y mujeres con programas -en muchos casos- realizados en idiomas nativos, como el quechua, guaraní y chiquitano. En 1983 Radio Santa Cruz pasa a manos de la Compañía de Jesús, que administra el Instituto Radiofónico Fe y Alegría (IRFA) y se compromete con la educación de jóvenes y de adultos que no tuvieron la opción, en edad escolar, de acudir a una escuela. Desde entonces hasta la fecha, aproximadamente 400.000 estudiantes pasaron por el programa radialEl maestro en casa de IRFA y 250.000 lograron culminar la primaria, informó Salazar, a tiempo de agregar que de esta cantidad de estudiantes, muchos llegaron a profesionalizarse. Un gran festejo. Y es que cumplir 60 años no es para menos, manifiesta Salazar con orgullo, por tanto esta emisora va a ‘tirar la casa por la ventana’. La celebración se inició hoy y culminará mañana. En ese marco, desde tempranas horas de este jueves 40 corresponsales de la Red Amazónica, que se encargan de informar los hechos noticiosos de todo el oriente boliviano, se encuentran reunidos en la casa matriz de la radio, calle Mario Flores y Guendá. Mañana, los estudiantes de IRFA realizarán una feria en las calles aledañas a Radio Santa Cruz. El objetivo es exponer todos los productos que aprendieron a elaborar en las carreras técnicas que brinda esta institución. El plato fuerte del festejo está fijado para el viernes por la noche. Se revivirá el tradicional programa La peñita del pueblo, que hace un año dejó de emitirse, en el que participarán destacados artistas, como es el caso de Aldo Pña y Tola Claudia. EL DEBER Digital FUENTE:http://www.eldeber.com.bo/senadores-reconocen-60-anos-de-destacada-labor-de-radio-santa-cruz/121025120053

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Yimber Gaviria China: Encuesta sobre “Imagen de China a ojos latinoamericanos” de CRI Le invitamos sinceramente a participar en nuestra encuesta sobre “Imagen de China a ojos de los latinoamericanos” de Radio Internacional de China para fortalecer nuestro conocimiento y entendimiento mutuo. Cuando nos responda, no olvide indicar en su correo electrónico el tema de nuestra encuesta “Imagen de China en ojos latinoamericanos”, les expresamos nuestro agradecimiento por su participación. En espera de su pronta propuesta - Un saludo cordial Departamento de español - Radio Internacional de China Encuesta sobre “Imagen de China a ojos latinoamericanos” 1. País 2. Sexo A. Hombre B. Mujer 3. Edad A. Menos de 20 B. 20-30 C. 30-40 D. 40-50 E. 50-60 F. Más de 60 4. Nivel de escolaridad A. Primaria B. Secundaria C. Universidad D. Postgrado E. Doctorado 5. ¿En qué piensas cuando escuchas hablar de China? (puedes seleccionar más de una respuesta) A. Grande B. Cultura milenaria C. Panda D. Kong Fu E. Ópera de Beijing F. Fuerza económica G. Fuerza militar H. Reforma y apertura I. Gran muralla J. Comida china K. Medicina tradicional china L. Comunismo M. Presidente Mao N. Revolución cultural O. Caligrafía china P. Dragón Q. Arroz R. Comercio S. Otras (concretar): 6. ¿Por qué medio recibes información sobre China? A. Internet B. Televisión C. Radio D. Periódicos y revistas E. Escuela y universidad F. Amigos y conocidos G. Otros medios (concretar): 7. ¿Con qué frecuencia aparecen temas relacionados con China en los medios de comunicación de tu país? A. Muy frecuentemente B. De vez en cuando C. Raramente D. Nunca 8. La mayoría de estos temas son: A. Positivos B. Negativos C. Neutrales. 9. ¿De qué se habla? (puedes seleccionar más de una respuesta) A. Economía B. Política C. Bienestar del pueblo D. Derechos humanos E. Cultura F. Historia G. Arte H. Deporte I. Problemas sociales J. Emigración K. Accidentes L. Taiwán M. El Tíbet N. Otros (concretar): 10. ¿Cúales son los temas relacionados con China que más te interesan? A. Economía B. Política C. Bienestar del pueblo D. Derechos humanos E. Cultura F. Historia G. Arte H. Deporte I. Problemas sociales J. Emigración K. Accidentes L. Taiwán M. El Tíbet N. Otros (concretar): 11. Describe brevemente la imagen de China presentada por los medios de comunicación de tu país: 12. Sugerencias para que se conozca mejor a China en tu país: Enviado por Juan Franco Crespo, España.

Hugo López C. NHK deja también Bonaire Agrego a lo expuesto por Horacio, que NHK deja Bonaire este fin de semana por Guyana Francesa. Podemos escuchar por última vez esta estación repetidora este 26 y mañana 27: 15.265 Khz, de 22.00 a 00.00 japonés. 11.935 Khz. de 02.00 a 04.00 japonés 5.970 Khz. de 08.00 a 09.00 japones mañana 27. 6.195 Khz. de 04.00 a 04.30 español mañana 27. 6.080 Khz. de 09.30 a 10.00 español mañana 27. CE3BBC - Hugo López C. - Santiago de Chile

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Radio Gloria Comunicado 10-RGI-Playlist-Schedule-2012-28-BH1 10-11 UTC (11-12 MEZ): 9480 kc 6005 Int.: "shortwaveservice.com" (6005) 12-1 UTC (13-14 MEZ): 7265 kc 16-17 UTC (17-18 MEZ): Int.: "ColoRadio.org" FM in Dresden 99,3 und 98,4 Mc Repeatbroadcast: November 4th 9-10 UTC (10-11 MEZ): 9480 11-12 UTC (12-13 MEZ): 7265 Curve, Gift Beauty of Gemina, Stairs John Waite, Love is a rose to me Gillan&Glover, Clouds and rain Richrad Harris, MacArthur Park Gullivers People, Splendour in the grass Uriah Heep, Shelter from the rain Maire Brennan, Where I stand Noel Harrison, The windmills of your mind

John Waite, A piece of the action MI5, You never stop me loving you Nite People, Is this a dream Stevie Nicks, Doing the best I can

Radioaficionados Benidorm Comunicado Radioaficionados Benidorm publicó en EA5URB - BENIDORM HAM RADIO Radioaficionados Benidorm 27 de octubre de 2012 12:12 NOS MUDAMOS A ESTA PAGINA - WE ARE MOVING TO THIS PAGE www.facebook.com/ea5urb.benidorm Click en ME GUSTA - Click on LIKE 73 de EA5URB TEAM EA5URB - BENIDORM HAM RADIO Radioaficionados Benidorm, Alicante, Spain URE asociation for Benidorm area (Alicante) Spain

Yimber Gaviria China: CRI launches 80th overseas radio station China Radio International launched an overseas radio station in Katmandu, capital city of Nepal, bringing the number of its overseas stations to 80. CRI held an inauguration ceremony at its headquarters in Beijing, China last week. Li Wei, Vice Minister of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, stressed the significance of the Katmandu station, saying the launch of the station marks CRI's enhanced influence and competitiveness. The newly launched station will broadcast in Nepalese for 18 hours each day. It will provide Nepali audiences with programs produced locally, bringing them the latest and most comprehensive news and information about China. SOURCE: ABU NEWS http://www.abu.org.my/[email protected]_launches_80th_overseas_radio_station.aspx

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Mauricio Pimenta Cunha Meu novo facebook / Me adicione Olá amigos e amigas, boa noite a todos (as ) . Por motivo que o outro perfil meu no face foi desativado , envio a voces o meu novo facebook . Peço-lhe que me adicione com esse novo , pois , o outro nao existe mais . Tenho muitas coisas legais nesse meu novo face , clique no link e me adicione como amigo : www.facebook.com/logicamaxtecnologia Será um prazer ter todos vocês novamente em minha lista de amigos . Um forte abraço a todos . Atenciosamente, *Mauricio Pimenta Cunha - PY4ID* Diretoria geral - Gerenciamento e controle Conheça os nossos trabalhos na internet Site oficial www.logicamax.com.br Facebook www.facebook.com/logicamaxtecnologia GCR - Grupo Central Rádio http://br.groups.yahoo.com/group/grupocentralradio/

Dr. Adrian M. Peterson NWS192 Sun Oct 28, 2012 Dr. Adrian M. Peterson - Co-ordinator - International Relations & DX Editor - Adventist World Radio N9GWY - Ex KA9YPQ Board of Directors NASB National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters USA Radio Heritage New Zealand Board of Directors Emeritus - Adventist World Radio [email protected] - [email protected] Adventist World Radio, Box 29235, Indianapolis, Indiana 46229, USA - 317 891 8540

Adventist World Radio NWS192.doc (AppleMac) AWR “Wavescan” - DX Program * Program No NWS192 (ENGMI_WAVx_20121028) * Production Date Tuesday October 23, 2012 * Uploaded Date By - EDT Wednesday October 24, 2012 8:00 pm EDT UTC Thursday October 25, 2012 0000 UTC Singapore Morning, Thursday October 25, 2012 * Broadcast Date Sunday October 28, 2012 * Contents 1. American Shipboard Radio Stations - 10: Other Radio Ships in the Pacific 2. Australian DX Report 3. HFCC Report: John McGuire RFI 4. Music of the World * Research & Script Dr. Adrian M. Peterson, Indianapolis, Indiana USA * Recording Studios of shortwave station WRMI, Radio Miami International, Miami * Distribution AWR Network, WRMI, WWCR * Websites - Audio AWR.org Wavescan, itunes.apple.com, portale.italradio.org * Websites - Text OntheShortwaves.com, MT-shortwave.blogspot.com, Radioheritage.net, Offshoreradio.de * Articles - Occasional Radio World, NASWA Journal, Monitoring Times, Australian DX News, Popular Communications, New Zealand DX Times * Google Search AWR Wavescan ======================================================================= Wavescan NWS192 * Theme - 00:00 “Birthday Waltz” - Willi Glahe

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* Opening Announcement - 00:14 Welcome to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis, produced in studios of shortwave WRMI Program outline 1. Other American Radio Ships in the Pacific 2. Australian DX Report 3. HFCC Report: John McGuire RFI - Part 2 * Other American Radio Ships in the Pacific - 00:44 During the Pacific War in the middle of last century, the American forces operated a massive fleet of more than 50 radio communication ships. Some of these ships were indeed floating radio stations, whereas others were ships that were performing other wartime duties, and they were also in use permanently or temporarily as radio communication units as well. It should also be stated that the American forces also utilized a score or more of cable ships during the same events in the middle of last century. It was the specialized duty of these cable ships to lay underwater cables, short & sometimes long, between points of importance in the Pacific arena. However, most of these cable laying ships were equipped with radio communication capability for their own specific needs only, but not for use in wide area communications. Of specific interest in the area of radio communication in the Pacific was a series of 4 ships that were constructed in Chicago, Illinois. These ships were designated as PCER units, Patrol Escort Rescue vessels. All 4 of these PCER radio ships were hurriedly constructed by the Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Company in Chicago, a railway vehicle manufacturer, towards the end of the year 1943. They were quickly taken down the Mississippi River and commissioned in New Orleans, Louisiana, from where they sailed across the Pacific to Brisbane in Australia. It was in Brisbane that General Douglas MacArthur requisitioned 3 of these PCER ships, and had them converted into floating radio stations with the installation of shortwave communication equipment manufactured by the well known Australian company AWA. For example, one of these ships, later renamed as the “Fairview”, was fitted with 4 shortwave transmitters, each rated at ¾ kW. Similar radio equipment was loaded into the other two ships also. When completed, these 3 ships, designated as PCER848, PCER849 & PCER850, sailed from Australia up to Hollandia on the north coast of New Guinea, where they joined the massive flotilla of more than 600 ships that made its way to the Philippines in October 1944. These 3 radio ships replaced other smaller and older radio ships, such as the “Harold”, “Argosy Lemal” & “Geoanna”. We take a look at just a few of these more notable radio communication ships, in alphabetic order. The “Ancon” was originally a passenger liner constructed in Quincy Massachusetts in 1938. Five years later it was converted into a floating radio station, and it served alongside the navy vessels, “Iowa” & “Missouri” as a press radio ship sending news reports back to the United States for use on radio & in the newspapers. The “Ancon” served in both the European and the Pacific theaters. The “Eldorado” was another ship that was specifically designed and constructed in 1943 as a floating radio station. This ship saw service off the coasts of Iwo Jima & Okinawa and it was in use for the shortwave transmission of news reports back to the United States. The “Eldorado” carried a group of news reporters serving as the Combined American Network, and their reports were broadcast nationwide over the Mutual Radio Network and the others news networks also. These forwarded news reports from the “Eldorado” were logged by international shortwave monitors in both the South Pacific & the United States. The callsign in use by the “Eldorado” was KG1K. The “FP47” was an American coastal freighter that was loaded with radio equipment in Sydney Australia and then taken up to the Philippine campaign in 1944. The “FP47” was often found in association with the also well known “Apache”, and its usage was for Morse Code communication, including the direct report of news back to the United States. In subsequent years, the “FP47” was found in Canadian waters, and it was rescued by the husband & wife team, Michael & Donna Lowry. They restored & renovated the “FP47”, renamed it the “Cape James”, and used it in local tourism. The “Francois Henebique” was a floating concrete barge and it served in the Pacific as a mobile radio repair ship. This ship was later deliberately sunk at Newport Oregon, where it serves as the foundation for a shipping dock. The “Geoanna” has a considerably longer history. It was constructed at Long Beach California in 1934 and it was a schooner owned by the 7UP bottled drink company. The “Geoanna” was requisitioned by the American army, and then taken over by the navy in 1942. During the following year, it was turned into a floating radio station and sent into the Pacific. Towards the end of the year the “Geoanna” got lost in the Admiralty Islands, and the world went on without it for several months. When it was finally re-located, it was then replaced by more modern ships with more modern radio equipment. Many years later, somewhere around January 2000, the “Geoanna” was taken to the Philippines where it was renovated for local cargo & passenger usage. It is known that the ship “Henrico” operated in European & Pacific waters, and it was allocated the callsign NKIG.

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The ship “Loch-Knot” was in use in Asian waters as a floating spare parts barge, containing all sorts of radio parts & equipment. The “Lock-Knot” was later renamed “Restoration”. The USS “Nashville”, with callsign NABG, was used by General MacArthur as his command ship in the Philippine campaigns, and it relayed news reports & broadcasts back to Hollandia, as well as to Brisbane and also to the United States. The older navy vessel, USS “Nevada” operated under the callsign NADK; and the USS “Pennsylvania” carried 24 radio transmitters & 41 radio receivers. The “Rock” was another floating concrete barge, and it was in use as a radio repair ship. In 1945, the USS “Teton” was on the air at one stage in Tokyo Bay as the mediumwave AFRS entertainment station WVTX. We should also mention two other American radio ships that were in communication usage during that era, though these were not on service in the Pacific. The USS “Augusta” was a radio command ship off the coast of Casablanca in Morocco and on November 8, 1942, its radio equipment was disabled when the big guns began to bombard the coast. It can be remembered that a similar circumstance disabled the radio equipment on board the USS “Texas” at a nearby beach near Rabat on the same day. And finally, we mention the “Catoclin” which was launched in 1943 and converted into a floating radio station. This ship served as the shortwave communication facility under President Franklin Roosevelt when he attended the Yalta Conference in Iran with Winston Churchill & Joseph Stalin in February 1945. The specially installed shortwave equipment aboard the “Catoclin” communicated directly with the specially installed 100 kW transmitter WRX in the AT&T shortwave station located at Lawrenceville in New Jersey. In 2 week’s time, we are planning to present the story of Australian radio ships in the Pacific. * Program Announcement - 08:35 Allen Graham * Australian DX Report - 09:26 Bob Padula * HFCC Report - 21:40 John McGuire: RFI - Part 2 * Music of the World - 26:37 France: Normandy, instrumental, group vocal * Closing Announcement - 27:17 Thanks for listening to “Wavescan”, weekly DX program from Adventist World Radio Researched and written in Indianapolis Next week:1. The Story of Radio Free Asia - Part 2: The Shadowy Radio of Free Asia 2. European Perspective 3. Allen Graham Interview 4. Japan DX Report Two QSL cards available - AWR & WRMI Wavescan address:Box 29235 Indianapolis Indiana 46229 USA Wavescan @ AWR.org Jeff White, shortwave WRMI * Music Outrun - 28:21 * Program Ends - 28:55 ============================================================================== 1. American & British Radio Ships in the Pacific Complete Summary: Already Presented in (NWS) Wavescan Ship Years Location kW Bands Call Usage NWS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------American Ships US Navy 1 1942 Pacific LP SW Pacific deception 76 US Navy 2 1942 Pacific LP SW Pacific deception 76 Texas 1942 Morocco 5 MW VOA Voice of Freedom Triton Maris 1942-1945 Hawaii, Saipan 50 MW KRHO Project Phoenix 133 Apache 1944-1945 Philippines 10 SW MW WVLC VOA AFRS, news relay 135 Spindle Eye 1945-1946 Pacific 7½ SW WVLC Japan, Atomic tests 140 Appalachian 1946 Bikini .6 SW NCLG Crossroads atomic tests 144 Mt McKinley 1946 Bikini .35 SW NICO Crossroads atomic tests 144 Panamint 1946 Bikini LP SW NXHC Crossroads atomic tests 144 Vagabond A 1951-1964 Pacific, Rhodes HP SW VOA Courier, Mid East relay 150 Vagabond B 1951-1953 USA HP SW MW VOA Under construction 161

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Vagabond C 1951-1953 USA Vagabond D 1951-1953 USA Vagabond E 1951-1953 USA Vagabond F 1951-1953 USA Vagabond G 1951-1953 British Ships Grenville 1945-1946 Romance 1945-1946 Schooldame 1945-1946

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SW MW VOA SW MW VOA SW MW VOA SW MW VOA HP SW MW

LP SW LP SW LP SW

Projected only, funding request 161 Projected only 161 Projected only 161 Projected only 161 VOA Projected only

Voice of the Pacific Fleet UK Voice of the Pacific Fleet UK Voice of the Pacific Fleet UK

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Operation Crossroads 1945 Jul 1 & 25: 150 radio transmitters, 50 watts to 40 kW; 300 receivers RN 12-46 32 ============================================================================== 2. Other American Radio Ships in the Pacific Complete Summary: PCER Ships Year ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PCER ships PCER = Patrol Craft Escort Rescue Built on hull design of PCE ships Built by Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Co, Chicago Armed rescue ship, rescuing war wounded, 65 hospital beds, medical equipment 54 ordered, 13 laid down, 12 completed & commissioned, 5 saw active service 3 granted to MacArthur for communications, PCER848 849 & 850 PCER847, David Porter 1943 Aug 24 Laid down, Pullman Chicago 1943 Dec 27 Launched 1944 Mar 18 Commissioned Converted for use as communication ship (?) 1947 Sold to Mexico Renamed “David Porter” PCER848 1943 Sep 7 Laid down at Pullman in Chicago 1944 Requisitioned by MacArthur for Pacific communications 1944 Hurried down Mississippi, commissioned at New Orleans 1944 Converted in Brisbane for use as communication ship, AWA AT20 transmitters 1944 Mid PCER848, 849, 850 replaced Harold, Argosy Lemal, Geonna 1944 Sep Mid, work completed 1944 Sep 30 Sailed with PCER849 for Hollandia 1944 Oct 2 Arrived at Hollandia 1944 Oct 12 Photographed in Humboldt Bay, New Guinea 1944 Oct 27 Damaged by Japanese bomber, off north coast of New Guinea Presumed abandoned 1945 Sep 2 Surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay PCER849, Somersworth 1943 Sep 24 Laid down Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Co, Chicago 1944 Jan 31 Launched 1944 Hurried down Mississippi , commissioned at New Orleans 1944 Apr 11 Commissioned 1944 Apr 22 Sailed for Miami and began shakedown cruise began from Miami 1944 Requisitioned by MacArthur for Pacific communications 1944 Jun 17 Arrived Brisbane 1944 Converted for use as communication ship, AWA AT20 transmitters 1944 Sep Mid, work completed 1944 Mid PCER848, 849, 850 replaced Harold, Argosy Lemal, Geonna 1944 Sep 30 Sailed with PCER848 for Hollandia 1944 Oct 2 Arrived at Hollandia 1944 Oct 13 Participated in landings at Leyte Gulf, Army relays from Leyte to New Guinea & Australia 1945 Jan 4 Participated in Lingayen Gulf landings

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1945 Jan 31 Move to Tacloban 1945 Feb Loaded more radio equipment 1945 Feb 17 Delivered radio equipment at Subic Bay 1945 Feb 26 Moved to Manila Harbor, delivered more radio equipment 1945 Apr 19 Sailed for Morotai 1945 Apr Joined task force preparing for attack on Tarakan Island, Borneo 1945 May 1 Arrived Tarakan, army communications Australian forces & Pacific HQ 1945 May 9 Departed for Morotai, preparation for attack on Brunei Bay 1945 Jun 10 Participated in landings on Brunei Bay, Borneo 1945 Jun Damaged propellor, struck underwater sunken Japanese ship 1945 Jun 16 Left for Subic Bay for repair 1945 Jun Sailed for Buckner Bay, Okinawa 1945 Jul 20 Arrived Buckner Bay 1945 Aug 1 Left for Manila 1945 Aug 14 Sailed for Tokyo 1945 Sep 2 Surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay 1945 Oct 22 Sailed with PECR850 for USA 1945 Nov 13 Arrived San Diego 1945 Nov 18 Sailed for east coast USA 1946 Jan 10 Arrived Hampton Roads VA 1946 Proceeded to New London CT, for duty with Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory 1946 Feb 15 Renamed Somersworth 1947 Jul Explosion during routine mission off Long Island Injured treated by doctors from Queen Mary 1947 Repairs completed, returned to experimental duties 1965 Sep Attached to Atlantic Reserve Fleet 1966 Apr 1 Deleted from navy list Sold to Alfred Dana, Tampa FL PCER850, Fairview 1943 Oct 6 Laid down at Pullman in Chicago 1944 Feb 8 Launched 1944 Requisitioned by MacArthur for Pacific communications 1944 Hurried down Mississippi, commissioned at New Orleans 1944 Apr 17 Commissioned 1944 Sep Work completed, converted in Brisbane for use as communication ship, AWA AT20 Fitted with four 750-watt transmitters, four receiving positions, and a code room 1944 Mid PCER848, 849, 850 replaced Harold, Argosy Lemal, Geonna 1944 Oct 2 Arrived at Hollandia 1944 Oct In Philippine flotilla Communications for Lingayen Beach landings Hit by a bomb and rammed off Leyte, Returned to Hollandia for repairs by the end of its first week of Philippine service 1945 Sep 2 In Tokyo Bay for surrender ceremonies 1945 Oct 22 Sailed with PECR849 for USA 1956 Feb 15 Renamed “Fairview” 1959 Reclassified as Experimental Control Craft Escort 1968 May 1 Decommissioned 19xx Sold ============================================================================== 3. Other American Radio Ships in the Pacific Complete Summary: Other American Ships Year Information Reference ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Seaborne Communications Unit 1944 Early Organized in Brisbane, 8 or 10 small ships Terry 97 Maj. Gen Spencer Akin was MacArthur’s chief signal officer Included Apache, Geoanna, FP47, PCE848, PCE849, Wombat More than a dozen small ships used in communication Terry 173 ......................... Alcatraz Floating radio repair ship, concrete barge

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Ancon 1938 Sep 24 Launched Quincy MA, passenger liner 1942 Jan 11 Taken over by army 1943 Feb 16 Began conversion as communication ship, Portsmouth, VA 194x Served in Mediterranean waters, communication 194x Transferred to the Pacific 1945 Jan Left San Diego for Pacific 1945 Aug 29 Sailed into Tokyo Bay 1945 Broadcast of signing ceremony The Other War, also RN in file 1945 Press ship for USS Iowa & USS Missouri 1946 Jan 23 Began de-activation process at New York Naval Yard Apache 2 1945 Jan 3 Moved to Lingayen Gulf; similar transmitter installed on land at Leyte, with recorded programming, so that Japanese would not be aware that the Apache had moved Manila Auburn 1944

6th army command ship

Barton 1943 Oct 10 Launched at Bath Maine Begor APD127 1944 May 25 Launched at Bay City, Michigan 1940s High speed transport 1946 Drone control at Crossroads Biscayne 1939 Oct 27 Launched at Bremerton Washington 1942 May Began service communication ship European waters Newfoundland & Greenland waters Blue Ridge 1943 Mar 7 Launched Kearney NJ Cumberland Sound 1944 Feb 23 Launched at Tacoma WA 1946 Operation Crossroads Eldorado 1943 Oct 26 Launched Wilmington NC Designed as floating command post, with advanced communication equipment 1944 Communication ship in Pacific 1944 Nov Became flagship for Admiral Turner at Pearl Harbor 1945 Feb 19 Arrived off Iwo Jima, HQ for war correspondents, broadcast directly to USA 1945 Pool of reporters, Combined American Network, Mutual & other networks Off Iwo Jima, broadcast during battle NNRC 4-45 10 1945 Apr 1 Arrived off Okinawa, HQ for war correspondents, broadcast directly to USA 1945 Apr KG1K broadcast to KU5Q Guam NNRC 4-45 9 1945 Mid In Pacific Estes 1943 Aug 25 Launched Wilmington NC Designed as floating command post, with advanced communication equipment 1944 Communication ship in Pacific 1945 Mid In Pacific Falcon 1918 Sep 7 Launched Morris Heights NY Tokyo Bay Crossroads Fall River 1942 Jul 9

Launched at Camden NJ

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FP47, Cape James 1942 Built in USA, wooden ship, tug; 114 ft, 370 tons, coastal freighter Terry 133 & 173 1944 Mar Acquired by US Army Signal Corps in Sydney 1944 Jun Ready for service, Australian transmitters & receivers, high speed SW Morse,“Bedpan” 1944 Jun 25 Arrived Hollandia, anchored off shore, ran cables to message center on land Morse to Brisbane & Port Moresby 1944 At Hollandia 1944 Sep Early, arrived at Biak Philippines 1945 Jan 3 Moved to Lingayen Gulf Borneo Traveled in association with Apache Found in Canadian waters Restored, rebuilt by Michael & Donna Renamed Cape James Used for adventure tourism Francois Henebique 1944 Launched in Tampa FL Floating radio repair concrete barge in Pacific 1950s Sunk at Newport OR as foundation for docks Geoanna - IX61, TP249, S382, CS1 1934 Constructed at Long Beach CA, schooner, 112 ft 122 tons Owned by 7UP, requisitioned by army 1942 Feb 1 Acquired by navy 1942 Feb 19 Taken into service 1943 Jul 2 Given over to Coast Guard as a training ship 1943 Aug 29 Redelivered to Maritime Commission 1943 Sep 3 Turned over by army 1943 Dec 12 Joined communication fleet Radio communication ship Also used for listening to Japanese communication stations 1944 Aug Milne Bay Misplaced in Admiralty Islands Morotai Morse relay from ground forces to Hollandia Leyte Gulf Australian crew 1944 Mid Replaced by superior radio ships, PCER848, 849 & 850 Returned to transportation usage 2000 Jan Renovation in Manila

Terry 173

Terry 20 Terry 98

George Clymer 1945 Bikini Atoll, atomic tests Henrico 194x 1945 19xx

Communication ship in European waters Operation Crossroads Callsign NKIG

James Giles John Bliss Katskill 1944

Last command & communication ship

Kenneth Whiting 1943 Lock-Knot

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1945 Mid Readied in New York harbor as floating spare parts storage 1945 Aug 22 Sailed for Asia 19xx Later renamed Restoration Montauk 1945 Mid

In Pacific LSV6

Nashville CL43 1937 Oct 2 Launched Camden NJ 1944 From Hollandia to Philippines Callsign NABG 1944 Oct 22 MacArthur broadcast Army vehicle to Nashville to Apache & FP47 1951 Jan 9 Sold to Chile navy, renamed Capitan Prat Nevada 1914 Jul 11 Launched Quincy MA Contained own radio system, callsign NADK 1941 Dec 7 Attacked & beached at Pearl Harbor 1946 Jul Target for Bikini atomic tests, painted red orange Target for 2nd tests 1948 Jul 31 Target practice off Oahu, sank O’Brien 1939 Oct 20 Launched at Boston MA 1942 Sep 15 Torpedoed off Guadalcanal 1942 Oct 19 Sank off Samoa, after crew abandoned ship Orca 1942 Oct 4 Launched at Houghton WA Operation Crossroads Pennsylvania 1915 Mar 16 Launched Newport News, VA Pearl Harbor 1943 USS Pennsylvania had 24 radio transmitters & 41 receivers Operation Crossroads Robert K. Huntington 1944 Dec 5 Launched Seattle WA Crossroads Tokyo Bay 1973 Oct 31 Sold to Venezuela Rock Floating radio repair concrete barge Rocky Mount 1942 Dec 4 Laid down Kearney NJ 1943 Mar 7 Launched 1943 Mar 13 Acquired by navy as communication ship 1944 Communication ship in Pacific 1944 Jan 10 Became flagship for Admiral Turner Shangri-La 1944 Feb 24 Launched Portsmouth VA Callsign NITF Operation Crossroads USS Teton 1945 Aug 18 Left Okinawa for Japan 1945 Sep WVLX on Teton Tokyo Bay

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Volador IX59, TP248, S385, CSM1

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1926 Built in Wilmington California 1942 Feb 2 Acquired by US navy 1943 Sep 3 Transferred to US army for use as communication ship in Pacific Radio communication ship, radio repair ship Wasatch 1944

From Hollandia to Philippines Radio communication ship, Philippine landings, Lingayen Beaches Service again at Philippines

Augusta 1930 Feb 1 Launched at Newport News VA 1942 Nov 8 Flag ship for Admiral H. K. Hewitt, directing landings at Casablanca Operation Torch Communication ship, North African campaign Located at Fedala, just north of Casablanca (Texas at Port Lyautey, just north of Rabat) Salvo damaged ship radios, disrupted communications Firing of heavy guns destroyed radio equipment, interrupted US communications 1945 Aug 6 President Harry Truman announced to world from USS Augusta, Hiroshima atomic bomb Catoclin AGC5 1943 Jan 23 Launched as “Mary Whitridge” Oakland CA 1943 Aug 31 Acquired by navy, commissioned as “Catoclin” 1943 Sep 14 Sailed from Long Beach CA 1943 Oct 11 Arrived Philadelphia, decommissioned 1943 Converted for use as communication ship, floating radio station 1944 Jan 24 Re-commissioned as radio ship for service in the Atlantic 1945 Feb Served as communication & command ship for Yalta Conference 1944 Jul 24 King George 6 came aboard at Naples Italy 1945 Jan 26 Arrived Sevastopol, Russia, for service as communication ship, Yalta Conference 1945 Feb 11 President Roosevelt & party came aboard 1959 Dec 30 Transferred to Maritime Administration ============================================================================== 4. Other Communication Ships in the Pacific Known Cable Ships: Not Equipped with Radio Broadcasting Capability Years Ship Alternative Location ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cable Laying Ships 1950s Aeolus ARC3 Pacific/Atlantic US Navy 1946 Albert J.Myer Alaska Signal Corps 1950s Arthur M. Huddell, liberty ship Europe US Navy, AT&T WW2 Basil O. Lenoir Alaska Self propelled barge WW2 Brico Alaska Canadian ship 1898 Burnside (1st cable ship provided army) Philippines War prize, Army Signal Corps WW2 Col William A. Glassford, Nashawena Alaska Self propelled barge 1904 Cyrus W. Field Alaska Coast Artillery Corps WW2 Dellwood (Large ship) Alaska Army Signal Corps 1900s General Samuel M. Mills (1) USA Cable layer WW2 General Samuel M. Mills (2) Mine layer Converted to cable work 1899 Hooker Philippines US Army WW2 Joseph Henry Later Greece Mine layer, Coast Artillery WW2 Lt. Col Ellery W. Niles, F. V. Hunt Mine layer Converted for cable work 1903 Liscum Philippines Army Signal Corps 189x Orizaba Philippines Under army charter 1944s Portunus ARC1 Pacific/Atlantic US Navy WW2 Restorer (Largest cable laying ship in world) Pacific Under charter to army 1944 Romulus ARL22 Philippines Army Signal Corps WW2 Silverado CS Large ship Served with Signal Corps 1950s Thor ARC4 Pacific US Navy WW2 William Bullard, Neptune Navy Post war 1946 Yamacraw Pacific US Navy, cable repair ship References: Wikipedia, Patriot, single entries, etc

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Yimber Gaviria Rusia: La Voz de Rusia celebra su cumpleaños La Voz de Rusia, una de las mayores emisoras del mundo celebra su cumpleaños. Hace ochenta y tres años Moscú comenzó a trasmitir las ondas radiales al extranjero. Hoy, La Voz de Rusia se encuentra entre las cinco estaciones de radio en el mundo. La emisora, cuya tarea consistía en relatar acerca de la Unión Soviética se llamaba Radio Moscú. Más tarde fue llamada La Voz de Rusia. La primera trasmisión fue en alemán. Más tarde en francés e inglés. La segunda emisora de radio internacional, la BBC apareció tan solo tres años más tarde, mientras que La Voz de América siete años más. Para el día de hoy, La Voz de Rusia maneja la tecnología moderna, buscando las nuevas formas de desarrollo. La compañía se ha convertido en la primera estación nacional en usar el formato digital. Sus programas se encuentran en el Internet y se las puede escuchar a través de un teléfono móvil. Lo más importante es la calidad y la oportunidad de trabajar con el público mediante las nuevas posibilidades, resaltó el presidente de La Voz de Rusia Andrei Bistritski. —Planeamos mejorar la calidad de la transmisión. Esperamos obtener buenos resultados en Francia y Alemania, al comenzar la trasmisión en un nuevo formato cubriendo un vasto territorio de estos países. Además, planeamos la trasmisión en las redes internas de Islamabad en el idioma urdu.Esta la posibilidad de trasmisión por todo el norte de África - desde El Cairo a Marruecos. Posiblemente La Voz de Rusia abra oficinas en París y Berlín. Y desde luego vamos a reforzar la parte de multimedia y trabajar activamente en las redes sociales. Cabe señalar que La Voz de Rusia cuenta ya con oficinas en Washington, Londres, Río de Janeiro, Estambul y Kiev. Según los estudios sociológicos la radio es escuchada por todo el mundo, se trata de estudiantes, hombres de negocios, amas de casa, intelectuales, e incluso por los jefes de Estado. Radio Moscú entregaba la esperanza a la gente durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Se puede decir sin exagerar que la compañía de radio ha hecho su contribución a la victoria sobre la Alemania nazi. Hitler dio la orden de silenciar a La Voz de Moscú. Pero la señal se lograba escuchar hasta en los campos fascistas. La radio ayudó a luchar y a creer en la victoria. Miles de cartas llegan a la compañía procedentes de todo el mundo. En algunos países incluso hay grupos de amigos de La Voz de Rusia.Así los aficionados de la radio en Japón crearon un grupo llamadoPechka (Estufa). Ellos realizan festivales, obras de caridad, concursos, y el dinero recaudado fue para crear un sitio de internet dedicado a La Voz de Rusia. La Voz de Rusia está transmitiendo a ciento sesenta países. En onda corta y media, en FM y a través de satélite. Todos los días - más de ciento setenta horas de tiempo de uso. La audiencia cuenta con más de cien millones de personas. Más de quinientos programas. La radio se puede escuchar en todos los continentes, en cuarenta y cuatro idiomas. En resumen, ¡La Voz de Rusia, habla con el mundo! FUENTE:http://spanish.ruvr.ru/2012_10_29/La-Voz-de-Rusia-Radio-Moscu-BBC-emisora/

Yimber Gaviria Iran: ¿Cómo evalúa los programas de IRIB-Redacción en español? Estimado oyente: La Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán le ruega que con su participación en esta encuesta nos ayude a la elevar la calidad de los programas. ¿Cómo evalúa los espacios siguientes? - mal, muy mal, bien, excelente 1. Irán durante la semana que pasó 6. Los artículos culturales 2. EE.UU durante la seman que pasó 7. Las entrevistas 3. Camino hacia la luz 8. Conocimiento del Islam 4. Los artículos islámicos 9. Persa para ustedes 5. los artículos políticos De antemano le agradecemos por su gentil colaboración. La voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán NOTA: Para participar en esta encuesta, visitar el siguiente enlace: http://spanish.irib.ir/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&layout=item&id=126516 FUENTE: http://spanish.irib.ir/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&layout=item&id=126516

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Yimber Gaviria Iran: El gran concurso del conocimiento del Islam La Radio en español de la Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán celebra un concurso con la finalidad de evaluar la repercusión del programa “Conociendo el Islam” que se emite los sabados, en el cual el Huyatolislam Rabbani habla sobre asuntos islámicos. Los interesados en participar en este concurso deben enviar al correo electrónico de esta emisora hasta el 31 de enero de 2013 un artículo sobre la influencia del citado programa en despejar las dudas sobre el Islam. Cabe destacar que se premiarán los tres mejores artículos y el primer ganador de este concurso por invitación del Huyatolislam Rabbani será premiado con un viaje a Irán, donde visitará lugares históricos y participará en una serie de reuniones. De antemano le agradecemos su participación. La Voz de la Exterior de la RII. Correo electrónico: spanishradio @ irib.ir FUENTE:http://spanish.irib.ir/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&layout=item&id=126586

Yimber Gaviria Iran: ¿Qué les parece las medidas europeas de sacar del aire emisión de canales iraníes? Estimados oyentes: Como es sabido, la Unión Europa (UE), en una reciente medida ilegal, ha influido para que Eutesalt ordene la suspensión de la emisión vía el satélite Hotbird de los canales de Radio y Televisión de Irán, IRIB. Días después, según ordenes de las autoridades de Estados Unidos, Intelsat ha cancelado la emisión de una serie de canales pertenecientes a Irán en Europa. Teniendo en cuenta este asunto, la Radio en español de la Voz Exterior de la República Islámica de Irán les ruega que participen en esta encuesta y expresen sus comentarios y puntos de vista al respecto. Los canales iraníes afectados son PressTV, Al-Alam, Jame-e-Jam 1 y 2, Sahar 1 y 2, la Cadena de Noticias de la República Islámica de Irán (IRINN, por sus siglas en inglés), Quran TV y Al-Kosar. ¿Qué les parece las medidas de los proveedores satelitales Eutelsate Intelsat de sacar del aire la emisión de canales iraníes? Por favor dejen sus comentarios en este enlace: http://spanish.irib.ir/home/horario/item/129895 FUENTE: http://spanish.irib.ir/home/horario/item/129895

Federico Ch. Tomasczik La Radio en La Oscuridad: La Radiodifusión Clandestina en Centroamérica Estimados colegas: Les dejo la cuarta parte del documental La Radio en La Oscuridad de Jaime Báguena García y Alfonso Montealegre para Radio Nederland Wereldomroep (RNW). En esta oportunidad podrán escuchar "La Radiodifusión Clandestina en Centroamérica" No se queden con el audio solamente, recorran los enlaces del texto que lo acompaña. http://lw3esh.blogspot.com.ar/2012/10/la-radio-en-la-oscuridad-4.html 73 de LW3ESH - Federico Ch. Tomasczik

La Voz Exterior de la RII ¿Qué opina sobre la decisión del proveedor euro peo de satélites Eutelsat? Estimado oyente; ¿Qué opina sobre la decisión del proveedor europeo de satélites Eutelsat de dejar de proveer servicios a 19 canales y estaciones de radio emitidas desde Irán por vía satélite; una decisión basada en las exigencias de la UE para intensificar las sanciones contra el país persa en los sectores financiero, comercial, energético y de transporte? Cabe destacar que la prohibición de Eutelsat afectó tanto a canales televisivos como PressTV, Al-Alam, Jame-e-Jam 1 y 2, Sahar 1 y 2, la Cadena de Noticias de la República Islámica de Irán (IRINN, por sus siglas en inglés), Quran TV y Al-Kosar, como a varias estaciones de radio. Esperamos sus valiosos puntos de vista al respecto La Voz Exterior de la RII

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Ruben Walter Suarez KBS - 4 concurso trimestral del año KBS World Radio celebra 4 concursos trimestrales al año. Las preguntas están relacionadas con Corea y esperamos que les sirvan para conocer mejor el país. Los participantes del concurso optarán a recibir un obsequio a través de un sorteo. La lista de los ganadores será publicada en la página web y en nuestro programa. Esperamos su participación. Concurso del Cuarto Trimestre de 2012. Pregunta 1 Corea del Sur acogió el Congreso Mundial de la Conservación, organizado por la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza, UICN, del 6 al 15 de septiembre de 2012. ¿En qué lugar de Corea del Sur se llevó a cabo el evento mundial más grande e importante sobre conservación? Busa Isla de Jeju Seúl Gyeongju Pregunta 2 La película surcoreana "Piedad", ganó el premio León de Oro a la Mejor Película en la 69ª Edición del Festival de Cine de Venecia en septiembre de 2012. ¿Quién dirigió la película, que ha recibido críticas muy favorables en uno de los tres premios de cine mejores más prestigiosos del mundo? Im Kwon Teak Lee Chang Dong Park Chan Wook Kim Ki Duk Para participar visitar el enlace: http://world.kbs.co.kr/spanish/about/about_quiz.htm

Associação DX do Brasil Voz da Rússia comemora aniversário A Voz da Rússia é uma das maiores rádios do mundo. Ela começou a transmitir para o exterior a partir de Moscou há 83 anos, em 29 de outubro de 1929. A Voz da Rússia é uma das cinco estações de rádio mais populares do mundo. Inicialmente a estação de rádio se chamava Rádio Moscou e a sua tarefa era contar aos estrangeiros sobre a União Soviética. Mais tarde foi rebatizada de Voz da Rússia. Os primeiros programas foram transmitidos em alemão. Em breve também estavam disponíveis em Francês e Inglês. A BBC internacional começou a emitir apenas três anos mais tarde e a Voz da América, sete anos mais tarde. Leia mais em www.adxb.com.br

Associação DX do Brasil TV ONDAS CURTAS Olá companheiro, Lancei ontem (30/10) a TV ONDAS CURTAS é um canal no site Justin.tv que transmisto as escutas que estou realizando aqui em Lagoa de Dentro - PB. O Canal está no ar todos os dias no seguinte endereço: http://justin.tv/leonaldof A transmissão diaria é das 21:30 as 23:00 pelo horário de Brasilia (hora de verão). 73s e venham conferir! - Leonaldo Ferreira

Yimber Gaviria Perú: Convención Nacional diae Radio y TV digital 2012.11.01 | La primera Convención de Radio y TV Digital, organizada por la Asociación Peruana de Radio y TV. (APERTV), se realizará del 12 al 13 de noviembre en Lima. El encuentro tendrá lugar en el auditorio José Faustino Sánchez del Congreso de la república, en Lima, y está abierto a todos los radiodifusores, previa inscripción por Internet, teléfono o en persona, en la mañana de su iniciación. Uno de los objetivos de la Convención es permitir que los radiodifusores peruanos tengan encuentros con congresistas a efectos de hacerles conocer las inquietudes que tengan sobre el presente y futuro de la actividad; APERTV propone a los congresistas de las diversas regiones de Perú que realicen una reunión local con anterioridad para unificar sus planteaos a los legisladores. Entre las inquietudes que llevarán los radiodifusores figura la solicitud de publicidad estatal y privada, para lo cual los interesados en obtenerla deberán presentar en la Convención una ficha técnica con las características de la emisora, programación, cobertura y cualidades o méritos de la emisora, así como las precios 'reales... y objetivos' que solicitan. A las estaciones de televisión se les solicita 'un documento con una explicación detallada de la situación de su emisora, o un informe sobre la problemática de la Tv en su región, y 'elaborar una

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relación de temas, preguntas o dudas' respecto de la Tv digital, para obtener respuestas de 'los especialistas en el tema'. Las emisoras cuya autorización ha sido suspendida o cancelada podrán gestionar la regularización de emisoras a través de una propuesta legislativa o 'de un decreto supremo', lo cual deberá ser realizado en forma individual para luego establecer criterios de tramitación. Para más información, los interesados deben dirigirse a APERT, con teléfono en Lima 01 332-1656 (desde el exterior, el código de país es 51), e-mail [email protected] o el sitio web www.apertv.org . FUENTE:http://www.prensario.net/3511-Peru-Convencion-Nacional-de-Radio-y-TV-digital.note.aspx

Querrell Batallan el IBOC y el DRM por el Brasil En el gigante latinoamericano se libra una lucha silenciosa entre las dos normas más desarrolladas de radio digital. Una de ellas la reconocida DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) impulsada por Europa y el formato "In Band On Channel" (IBOC) más conocido como HD Radio, por parte de Estados Unidos. Recientemente el Consorcio Mundial de DRM integrada por varias empresas y emisoras internacionales realizó un encuentro en San Pablo para mostrar las ventajas del sistema europeo que –entre otras cosas- permite la transmisión digital en onda corta, la utilización de un espectro de frecuencia menor y su implementación está libre de cánones comerciales. Mas Info en: www.drmradio.com.ar

Miguel Castellino Escuchas 1280 UNID

emisora Chilena 0950 - 10:20 UTC música folklorica y melódica interrumpida solamente por menciones de la hora (17/10/2012) . Por la potencia podría ser Osorno, pero hay varias listadas en la fq. Alguna idea? 4795 Kirgyz Radio (tentativo) 01:30 UTC muy baja modulación, con portadora potente (15/10/2012). 6185 R.Educación (tentativo), México, 31/10/2012, 02:20:02:40 UTC, Mx clásica y ligera, mezclada con pequeños anuncios en Sp con menciones a los interpretes y/o informaciones culturales, con varias referencias a la "República Mejicana". 34322.

Rodolfo Tizzi Escuchas 10000 LOL, 10OCT Ahora mismo (1411 UTC), LOL, Observatorio Naval, Buenos Aires, con señales de tiempo, sin identificación escuchada. QSB. Yo diría que si, ya que esto no es PPE ni ninguna de las otras. Es LOL, solo que le falta la identificación verbal o en CW. Y la escuché como 20 minutos para salir de dudas. La lista de Eibi, con los errores que pueda tener, la da como activa de lunes a viernes de 1400 a 1500...

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Álex Robert Escuchas y QSL QSL 9.410KHz

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BBC -Via:Mahé-Seycheles - Recebida carta de confirmação. 134 dias. V/S: José Tambara. Informe enviado por correio postal: BBC Indian Ocean Relay Station,PO Box 448,Victoria-Seycheles. Imagem em: http://lex-dx.blogspot.com.br/ Shannon Aeradio Volmet -Irlanda - Recebido eqsl. 16 dias. V/S: Kirwan Michael. Informe enviado por email:[email protected] (Álex Robert). Imagem em: http://lex-dx.blogspot.com.br/

Escuchas Com a falta de energia que aconteceu pela madrugada de 26/10/2012 foi possível ouvir diversas emissoras em Onda Média,Ondas Curtas e também em Ondas Longas.Foi ouvida diversas emissoras de diferentes países porém registrei algumas pois não pude registrar todas que eram muitas emissoras de rádios,abaixo segue os logs: 531Khz 26/10 0350 ALG –Rádio Algeriene,Ain Beida, Arabé,Mxs Pops Arabés,Locutora Intercalando Jingles,Sinal Regular,35533,Á.R. 540KHz 26/10 0353 B –R.Jornal AM,Aracaju-SE,Apresentador Informa Que Diversos Provedores da Capital Sergipana Estavam Sem Sinais de Internet,Sinal Regular,34533,Á.R. 700KHz 26/10 0358 B –R.Eldorado(?),São Paulo-SP,Apesentadora Com Boletim de Noticias,Nxs Nacionais, Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. 710KHz 26/10 0402 ARG –R.Diez,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Apresentador Com Comentários acerca dos Estados Unidos,Id,Sinal Regular,33533,Á.R. 770KHz 26/10 0406 ARG –R.Urbana,Lomas Del Mirados,Espanhol,Apresentador com Comentários,Id, Sinal Regular,34533,Á.R. 790KHz 26/10 0411 ARG –R.Mitre AM,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Intervalo Comercial,Advs da Própria Emissora, Sinal Regular,33533,Á.R. 860KHz 26/10 0415 B –R.CBN,Rio de Janeiro-RJ,Px do Jô Soares,Apresentador Com Dialogo como o Convidado do Programa,Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. 870KHz 26/10 0418 ARG –R.Nacional,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Dialogo Entre os Apresentadores,Risos e Comentários,Id,Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. 980KHz 26/10 0421 B –R.Nacional,Brasilia-DF,Mxs da MPB,Id,Sinal Ótimo,55555,Á.R. 1030KHz 26/10 0423 ARG –R.Del Plata,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Dialogo Entre os Apresentadores,id, Sinal Regular,33543,Á.R. 1070KHz 26/10 0425 ARG –R.El Mundo,Bueno Aires,Espanhol,Comentários dos Apresentadores, Sinal Regular,34533,Á.R. 1190KHz 26/10 0429 ARG –R.América,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Mxs Argentinas Seguidas de Breves Comentários do Apresentador,Sinal Regular,34543,Á.R. 1270KHz 26/10 0432 ARG –R.Provincia,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Comentários Acerca da Imprensa Argentina, Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. 1350KHz 26/10 0434 ARG –R.Buenos Aires,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Apresentador Com Comentários Sobre Espiritos Malignos,Id,Sinal Regular,34533,Á.R. 1610KHz 26/10 0442 AIA -Caribean Beacon,Anguila,Inglês,Sermão Religoso Feito Pela Apresentadora, Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. 1620KHz 26/10 0444 ARG –R.Tropicana,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Mxs Argentinas,Id,Sinal Regular,34543,Á.R. 1630KHz 26/10 0446 ARG –R.Diagonal,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Mxs Argetinas,Id”En Puento de Su Dial 1630 La Rádio Diagonal”,Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. 1640KHz 26/10 0450 ARG –R.Libre,Buenos Aires,Espanhol,Mxs Locais,Id,Sinal Fraco,24532,Á.R. 1690KHz 26/10 0452 ARG –R.Apocalipisis II,San Justo,Espanhol,Comentários do Apresentador, Sinal Fraco,24532,Á.R. 4055KHz 26/10 0454 GTM –R.Verdad,Chiquimula,Espanhol,Comentários da Apresentadora,Mxs Evangélicas em Espanhol,Id,Sinal Regular,34533,Á.R. 4950KHz 26/10 0456 AGL –R.Nacional da Angola,Mulenvos,Português,Mxs Africanas,Comentários do Apresentador,Id,Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. 7120KHz 26/10 0458 ? UNID Om Talk,Leitura do Sagrado Corão,Sinal Bom,44544,Á.R. RX:Degen DE 1103 - ANT:Ferrite Interno QRA:Álex Robert(PR7006SWL) - QTH:Duas Estradas-Paraiba,BRASIL

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Anatoly Klepov Extracto del Boletin RUS-DX # 687, 28 October 2012 “RUS-DX” # 687 - Broadcasting of Russia, countries of CIS and Baltiya - Sunday / 28 , Occtober 2012 Information bulletin of Russian DX League - Electronic version - Time : UTC Chief Editor : Anatoly Klepov - Managing Editor : Marianna Pavlova E-mail : [email protected] - Web site : http://rusdx.narod.ru Groups : http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rusdx (Russian / English) “RUS-DX” may not be redistributed without permission. If quoting from the bulletin, please list the original reporter and “RUS-DX” as source.

RUSSIA VOICE OF RUSSIA WORLD SERVICE English. Frequency schedule October 28, 2012 – March 30, 2013 AFRICA 17.00-18.00 9735 18.00-19.00 11985 9735 ASIA 01.00-02.00 801 07.00-09.00 21820 21800 15745 09.00-10.00 21820 21800 15745 7205 10.00-11.00 15745 11680 7260 7205 11.00-12.00 15740 11680 11640 9560 12.00-13.00 12075 9560 5885 13.00-14.00 12075 9560 7260 7205 14.00-15.00 12075 7260 4780 15.00-16.00 9880 4780 16.00-17.00 9880 5955 5885 4780 17.00-18.00 9880 7240 4780 801 AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 06.00-10.00 21820 21800 MIDDLE EAST 01.00-02.00 927 801 648 02.00-03.00 1377 972 927 648 03.00-04.00 1377 1314 972 927 04.00-05.00 1314 12.00-13.00 972 13.00-14.00 927 14.00-15.00 13790 4780 648 15.00-16.00 11985 9735 4780 927 16.00-17.00 9735 4780 801 17.00-18.00 9735 4780 801 648 18.00-19.00 11985 9735 4780 927 EUROPE 05.00-06.00 1323 06.00-08.00 11635 1323 08.00-09.00 11635 9625 1323 09.00-14.00 9625 17.00-21.00 7330 21.00-22.00 5940 NORTH AMERICA 22.00-23.00 11830 7250 23.00-02.00 7290 7250 02.00-04.00 17690 17665 15630 04.00-06.00 15630 9830 LATIN AMERICA 22.00-23.00 7250 23.00-04.00 7290 7250 (http://english.ruvr.ru/engradio/)

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«VOICE OF RUSSIA» on October 28, 2012 ot 06.05 UTC. Accept the "Voice of Russia" in Russian, on 9680 kHz. Reception on the solid 4 points. (Serhiy1970, Chernihiv , Ukraine Receivers : Degen DE 1103 & Tecsun PL-310 SW/MW active loop antenna Degen DE 31 MS I / “from deneb-radio-dx”) Radio Station «Mayak» 25.10.2012 from 19.30 to 20.03 UTC took on the frequency 549 kHz radio station "Mayak" at once with two transmitters, with the signal of one of the "Mayak" depart from another approximately two seconds. It's likely that one transmitter Electrostal 75 kW, the other Krasny Bor, St. Petersburg 600 kW. Also on the frequency took Ukrainian radio Promin (Luch, Nikolaevskaya oblast, 550 kW). Station heard in turn, the "Mayak" silenced Promin, Vice versa. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) Radio Russii 26.10.2012 took Radio Russii - Karelia with 03.10 till 0400 UTC on the frequency 765 kHz (Petrozavodsk, 150 kW). Passed program "good morning, Karelia!". Reception - 44444. (Receiver: Tecsun PL 660 Antenna: internal, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx’) I have 3 confirmation (one somewhere laid) wrote: [email protected] (Alexander Golovikhin, Togliatti, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx’) In continuation of yesterday's discussions error, and about those bad people, who is compelled to correct.This is in a respected foreign Bulletin of the cited information from Russian Bulletin: RUSSIA, Radio Rossii, 28-Oct-2012 to 30-Mar-2013 Frequency UTC CIRAF Transmitter Latitude, Longitude Beam kW 5905 1530-2100 27,28 Moskva 56N45 037E37 267 250 5930 0100-2100 19 Murmansk 64N21 041E24 339 50 5930 1700-1300 35 P-Kamchatskiy 53N11 158E24 30 100 5940 1700-1300 24-26 Okhotsk Arman 59N42 150E10 30 100 6005 1700-1900 29 Armavir 45N28 040E06 188 100 6085 2100-1700 21,22 Krasnoiarsk 56N02 092E45 348 50 6100 2100-1700 31,32N Krasnoiarsk 56N02 092E45 0 20 6160 0100-2100 19 Murmansk 64N21 041E24 333 40 6195 2100-1700 32,33 Singapore 52N02 106E56 0 50 7230 1900-1500 23,24 Iakutsk 62N14 129E48 330 100 7310 1230-1500 27,28 Moskva 56N45 037E37 267 250 7320 1700-1300 24,25 Okhotsk Arman 59N42 150E10 45 100 9410 0600-0700 30 Samara 53N16 050E14 58 250 9840 0400-0700 27,28,37 Moskva 56N45 037E37 260 250 11610 0800-0900 29 Samara 53N16 050E14 294 250 11895 0400-0500 32 Samara 53N16 050E14 58 250 12075 0730-1200 27,28,37 Moskva 56N45 037E37 267 250 http://www.hfcc.org/data/b12/index.phtml (RUSdx Oct 21) Three frequencies: 9410, 11610 and 11895 clearly do not apply to "Radio of Russia", most likely, this is "The Voice of Tatarstan" relay through Samara. Concern and the frequency of 6005, presumably, this is "the Adygei radio" with the programmes of the Adyghe language. (Vasily Gulyaev, Astrakhan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) Abkhazia The state Internet channel Abkhaz TV and radio company – AGTRK A web-page: http://www.apsua.tv/rus/ (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) Permskiy kray. Solikamsk - New FM station. - Radio Dacha. - 93,1 MHz. Sankt-Petrsburg TENTATIVE LW/MW/SW SCHEDULE. Saint-Petersburg Regional Centre B12 LW/MW/SW Schedule. As of October 23, 2012 0455 UTC. Valid from October 28, 2012 till March 30, 2013 kHz UTC Relay program Language 198 0200-2100 Radio Mayak Russian 549 0200-2100 Radio Mayak Russian 684 1600-2000 Radio Radonezh Russian 828 0100-0500 Radiogazeta Slovo Russian 828 0500-0900 Pravoslavnoye Radio Russian 828 0900-1300 Radiogazeta Slovo Russian 828 1300-1700 Pravoslavnoye Radio Russian 828 1700-0100 Radiogazeta Slovo Russian 873 0100-2100 Radio Rossii Russian

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1053 0400-2000 Radio Maria Russian 1089 0300-1900 Radio Teos Russian 1440 0300-2100 Radio Zvezda Russian 1494 1700-1900 Voice of Russia Russian 6015 1500-1700 Voice of Russia Persian 6015 1700-1800 Voice of Russia Arabic 6135 0000-0300 Voice of Russia Spanish 7205 1500-1700 Voice of Russia Persian 9825 1600-2100 Voice of Russia Arabic 11830 1400-1500 Voice of Russia Russian 11830 1500-1600 Voice of Russia Kurdish 11830 1600-1700 Voice of Russia Russian 11895 1400-1600 Voice of Russia Turkish Our postal address: Saint-Petersburg Regional Center, 3 Akademika Pavlova St., St. Petersburg, 197022, Russia (please also mark on the envelope PTO SPBRC) (http://www.spb.rtrn.ru/info.asp?view=7007) (Editor) BELARUS On October 22, received QSL-card from the "Belarus" radio station for the reception of the Russian language 21.09.2012, 14.00-15.00 UTC on the frequency 11730 kHz. Data are entered with a pen. Signature at the bottom of Larisa Suarez. The report sent e-mail: [email protected] On October 24, Received a confirmation letter by email from the first national channel Belarusian radio for receiving 17.10.2012 at a frequency of 11930 kHz. Confirmed the chief Director of the Belarusian radio A.B.Vasyukevich The report sent E-mail : [email protected] 24 October, the Radio station "Belarus" in the Russian language, 11730 kHz (Kolodischi, 150 kW) – 33333 25.10.2012 took the Radio "Stolitsa” (Capital") in the Belarusian language from 15.00 to 16.00 UTC on the frequency parameter 6080 kHz (Kolodischi, 150 kW). SINPO: 34443. At a frequency of 7255 kHz at this time was the transfer of Mogilev regional radio. From 16.00 hours UTC on both frequencies the transfer of the first national channel of the Belarusian radio. 25.10.2012 took the first national channel of the Belarusian radio on the Belarusian language from 16.00 to 16.35 UTC on the frequency parameter 6080 kHz (Kolodischi, 150 kW). SINPO: 33443. Interference from Radio Kuwait in Arabic. On parallel frequency 7255 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW). SINPO: 54454. Щn October 28, 2012 took the Belarusian radio first national channel) with 05.00-05.15 UTC on 7255 kHz. Reception: 45444. In the summer season was the frequency of 11930 kHz. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) MOLDOVA TRANS WORLD RADIO - GRIGORIOPOL, MOLDOVA 1900-1930 12....7 Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 1900-1945 .....6. Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 1900-2000 ..345.. Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 1930-2000 1...... Russian 999 500 non-dir29 1930-2030 .2....7 Russian 999 500 non-dir29 1945-2015 .....6. Russian 999 500 non-dir29 2000-2030 ..345.. Russian 999 500 non-dir29 2000-2030 1...... Belorussian 999 500 non-dir29 2015-2030 .....6. Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 Day 1 = Mon ... 7 = Sun (Wolfgang Bueschel / dxld / Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) PREDNESTROVIE 26.10.2012 took the Radio of Prednestrovie in the Russian language on the frequency 999 kHz (Grigoriopol, 500 kW) at 02.00 to 03.05 UTC. SINPO: 45444. Noticed that block in Russian broadcast a half-hour and then goes three times replay. Let me remind you broadcast to 999 kHz from 02.00 to 0400 UTC. (Receiver: Degen 1103 – Antenna: internal, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) LITHUANIA 21.10.2012 from 15.30 to 16.00 UTC took "the Voice of the Andes" in the Russian language on the frequency 6180 kHz (Sitkunai, 100 kW). Reception - 45444. At the end of the transfer announced that from November 3, the "Voice of the Andes" will work in Russian on Saturdays in the 15.30 UTC on the frequency 13740 kHz. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Telescopic antenna: Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) ESTONIA TRANS WORLD RADIO - TARTU, ESTONIA 0200-0400 1234567 RUSSIAN 1035 100 non-dir28,29 1600-1700 1.3.5.. RUSSIAN 1035 100 non-dir28,29 1800-2000 1234567 RUSSIAN 1035 100 non-dir28,29 (Wolfgang Bueschel / dxld / Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”)

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25.10.2012 took Radio Eli (Тартуское family radio) with 20.04 to 20.30 UTC on the frequency 1035 kHz (Tartu, 200 kW). Reception - 45433. From 20.20 till 20.24 the signal completely disappeared, then reappeared. (Receiver: Degen 1103 Antenna: internal, ferrite Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) BC-DX 1087 22 Oct 2012 - edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany ARMENIA/GERMANY/ROMANIA Updated A-12 of Brother Stair TOM from European relays as of Oct 3 1400-1500 15215 TIG 100 kW 100 deg to SoAS 1400-1600 9655 WER 100 kW non-dir to WeEUR, ex1400-1500 WER 100/185 deg 1400-1600 13810 WER 100 kW 120 deg to NE/ME, ex1500-1600 NAU 100/130 deg 1400-1800 11800 ERV 300 kW 192 deg to NE/ME, new additional transmission 1700-1800 17770 TIG 100 kW 187 deg to CeSoAF 1900-2000 7290 TIG 100 kW 290 deg to WeEUR 1900-2000 9830 NAU 500 kW 170 deg to CeAF, new additional transmission 2000-2200 9400 ERV 100 kW 305 deg to WeEUR (DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 16) BOSNIA/BULGARIA/exUKRAINE [to KURDISTAN] 11510, Oct 12 at 1402 UT, Denge Kurdistan, Kurdish music, poor with flutter, presumably via UKRAINE. Meanwhile, VOA Kurdish had just opened exactly 4 MHz higher via Wertachtal. (Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 17) People kept reporting this as UKRAINE, but I was never convinced. Now we know: (gh, dxld) Updated schedule of BRB (former TDP) stations: Here is history of changes from Denge Mezopotamya to Denge Kurdistanya: Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish till August 31: 0300-1500 11530 SMF 300 kW 1500-1900 11530 SMF 500 kW

129 deg to WeAS, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA. 129 deg to WeAS, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA.

Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish, NO TRANSMISSIONS from Sept 1 till 5: 0300-1900 11530 SMF 300 kW 129 deg to WeAS 1500-1900 11530 SMF 500 kW 129 deg to WeAS Denge Kurdistanya in Kurdish tests from Sept 5 1600 till Sept 13 1900 UT: 0300-1900 NF11510 SOF 100 kW 126 deg WeAS, POWERFUL SIGNAL IN SOFIA Denge Kurdistanya in Kurdish tests Sep. 12: 0300-1500 11530 BIJ 250 kW 0300-1900 NF11510 SOF 100 kW

130 deg WeAS, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA 126 deg WeAS, POWERFUL SIGNAL IN SOFIA

Denge Kurdistanya in Kurdish tests from Sep. 14, exSMF 300/500 kW 129 deg: 0300-1500 11510 BIJ 250 kW 130 deg to WeAS, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA 1500-1900 11510 SOF 100 kW 126 deg to WeAS, POWERFUL SIGNAL IN SOFIA. (Ivo Ivanov-BUL, DX Mix News 16 Oct via dxld) DENGE KURDISTAN VIA BIJELJINA, NO SW FROM UKRAINE ANYMORE. (Re: DX Mix News) I meant to put the real hot news into the headline. To summarize it: Shortwave transmissions from Luch [UKRAINE] ceased Aug 31, eliminating yet another SW BC transmitter country, at least for the time being. This disrupted Denge Mezopotamya Denge Kurdistan until it had been restored from Kostinbrod in the evening of Sep 5 while Miraya FM was off even until Sep 16, a situation that indicates a sudden closure with no or little warning in advance. And the even bigger, because indeed unexpected news is that Denge Kurdistan 11510 is during daytime now transmitted by the Radio Serbia site at Jabanusa near Bijeljina, which thus as far as I know is leased out to an external customer for the very first time. It so happened that I checked 11510 kHz this late morning, and I found it booming in, with a modulation that would indeed fit Bijeljina (and did not fit Luch at all). The webpage that used to feature the Jabanusa transmitter fell victim of Yahoo's action to eliminate the Geocities heritage, but here are at least three photos from outside: (Kai Ludwig-D Oct 16, dxld) BOSNIA/BULGARIA/FRANCE/French GUIANA/PALAU/TAIWAN/exUKRAINE Updated schedule of BRB (former TDP) stations: Here is history of transmitter changes of Radio Miraya: Radio Miraya in English/Arabic till August 31: 0300-0600 11560 SMF 250 kW 180 deg to EaAF, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA

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Radio Miraya in English/Arabic, NO TRANSMISSIONS from Sept 1 till Sept 15 0300-0600 11560 SMF 250 kW 180 deg to EaAF Radio Miraya in English/Arabic tests Sept 16: 0300-0600 11560 SOF 100 kW 195 deg to EaAF, GOOD SIGNAL IN SOFIA Radio Miraya in English/Arabic, NO TRANSMISSIONS from Sept 17 till Sept 19 0300-0600 11560 SMF 250 kW 180 deg to EaAF Radio Miraya in English/Arabic from Sept 20, exSMF 250 kW 180 deg: 0300-0600 11560 SOF 100 kW 195 deg to EaAF, GOOD SIGNAL IN SOFIA Here is history of changes from Denge Mezopotamya to Denge Kurdistanya: Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish till August 31: 0300-1500 11530 SMF 300 kW 129 deg to WeAS, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA 1500-1900 11530 SMF 500 kW 129 deg to WeAS, WEAK SIGNAL IN SOFIA Denge Mezopotamya in Kurdish, NO TRANSMISSIONS from Sept 1 till Sept 5: 0300-1900 11530 SMF 300 kW 129 deg to WeAS 1500-1900 11530 SMF 500 kW 129 deg to WeAS Denge Kurdistanya in Kurdish tests from Sept 5 1600 UT till Sept 13 1900 UT 0300-1900 NF 11510 SOF 100 kW 126 deg to WeAS, POWERFUL SIGNAL IN SOFIA (DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 16) RUSSIA 9996, Oct 19 at 0539 UT, RWM IDs over and over in CW, from Taldom timesignal station; 0540 resumes beeps, at first double, then single, one per second. :39-:40 is the ID minute, and I think also :09-10. Could use a detailed clock of what they transmit, what the double-beeps signify. (Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 19) RWM Moscow. Wikipedia has a decent description of the transmission details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RWM (Larry Cunningham, dxld Oct 17) But RID Angarsk is irregularly on air ? call RID at xxx04 kHz, like 5004, 10004, and 15004 kHz. http://irkutsk.com/radio/tis.htm 73 wb df5sx Shortwave Central Monday, October 22, 2012 Winter plans for Voice of the Andes Germany Constantine Massalitin (Voronezh studio "Revelation") reported that the "Voice of the Andes" in the winter season in Russian will be broadcast via the new transmitter - this time in Nauen, Germany, at a frequency of 13740 kHz. Schedule of broadcasts - Saturdays from 1530-1630, first aired Nov 3. 13740 kHz 1530-1630 UT zone 29S, NAU 100kW 95degr 7=Sat 281012-300313 HCJ At a frequency of 3995 kHz broadcast will be open daily from 0300 UT. Information from the DX Courier: http://www.dxcourier.ru/ From 1800 UT Accept "Herald of Christian Science" in Russian 9585 kHz (Wertachtal, Germany 100 kW). SINPO 55444. (Dmitry Kutuzov-RUS, deneb-radio-dx via midxb Oct 16) (WWDXC/Top News 1082) Hard-Core-DX Digest, Vol 118, Issue 27 RUSSIA, TWR India via Novosibirsk, 11930, full data letter on TWR India letterhead (PDF) and full data eQSL of Bonaire mediumwave towers in 829 days! This started off with an English airmail report to their India address with US $2 return postage, with a follow-up in English with US $5 via registered email, and three (!) follow-ups via email to TWR HQ with the QSLs finally arriving via email 24 hours after my last email follow-up. V/s S. Franklin Abraham ([email protected]). Many, many thanks to Bob Hall at TWR HQ in Cary NC who was instrumental in pushing this through (bhall(at)twr(dot)org). I guess in the long run, perseverance does pay off with QSLs. I am astounded that it took so long for the TWR India office to cough up this QSL. I had also filed numerous reports on their online form on their website without result. I also have some bad news about KNX newsradio 1070 in Los Angeles, CA. I submitted a report in October of last year with return postage since I had picked them up while on a trip to Nevada. After several email follow-ups and promises of looking into the matter, I finally received an email from a gentleman named Steve Niemczyk (spniemczyk(at)sbc(dot)com) informing me "KNX dropped the QSL program. Sorry." I has also asked if they would consider doing eQSLs which would cut down on man-hours required, postage, etc., but received no

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answer to that. So it seems that one of our AM broadcasters has followed the path of a lot of the internationals who now refuse to verify transmissions. 73 - Al Muick, Williamsport PA USA BC-DX 1088 27 Oct 2012 - edited by Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany ALBANIA/AUSTRIA/CYPRUS/ESTONIA/FRANCE/GERMANY/MOLDOVA TRANS WORLD RADIO – EUROPE - TRANSMISSION SCHEDULE WINTER B-12 28 OCT 2012 - 30 MAR 2013 MW (Medium Wave) TRANS WORLD RADIO - TARTU, ESTONIA TIME/UTC DAYS LANGUAGE FREQ PWR AZI ZONES 0200-0400 1234567 RUSSIAN 1035 100 non-dir28,29 1600-1700 1.3.5.. RUSSIAN 1035 100 non-dir28,29 1800-2000 1234567 RUSSIAN 1035 100 non-dir28,29 TRANS WORLD RADIO - GRIGORIOPOL, MOLDOVA TIME/UTC DAYS LANGUAGE FREQ PWR AZI ZONES 1900-1930 12....7 Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 1900-1945 .....6. Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 1900-2000 ..345.. Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 1930-2000 1...... Russian 999 500 non-dir29 1930-2030 .2....7 Russian 999 500 non-dir29 1945-2015 .....6. Russian 999 500 non-dir29 2000-2030 ..345.. Russian 999 500 non-dir29 2000-2030 1...... Belorussian 999 500 non-dir29 2015-2030 .....6. Ukrainian 999 500 non-dir29 1800-1830 1234567 Bulgarian 1548 1000 245 28 1830-1845 1234567 Romani/Balkan 1548 1000 245 28 1845-1915 12345.. Romanian 1548 1000 245 28 1845-1945 .....67 Romanian 1548 1000 245 28 1915-1945 12345.. Romani/Vlax 1548 1000 245 28 1945-2000 ......7 Montenegrian 1548 1000 245 28 1945-2000 123456. Serbian 1548 1000 245 28 Day 1 = Mon ... 7 = Sun TWR - EUROPE, Vienna Office, Frequency Coordination, Trans World Radio, Postfach 141, A-1235 Vienna, Austria Telephone: 2236-31248820 Fax: 2236-31248892 - Visit our website at: (TWR, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21, 2012) ARMENIA/ASCENSION ISL/AUSTRIA/RWANDA/UAE/UZBEKISTAN FEBA RADIO B-12 schedule 28th Oct 2012 to 30th March 2013. Time UTC 1234567 Languages kHz site NORTH INDIA, NEPAL, TIBET 0000-0030 smtwtfs BANGLA rural 9390 1200-1230 smtwtfs TIBETAN 15215 1430-1445 smtwtfs URDU 9540 1445-1500 ...wtfs KASHMIRI 9540 1445-1500 smt.... MIXED LANGUAGES 9540 1445-1500 smtwtfs HINDI 9540 1500-1530 smtwtfs BANGLA rural 9390

TAC DHA TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC

PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN 0200-0230 s...... URDU 7315 0200-0215 .mtwtfs URDU 7315 0215-0230 .mtwtfs MIXED LANGUAGES 7315 0230-0300 smtwtfs DARI 6125 0300-0315 smtwtfs MIXED LANGUAGES 6125 1400-1430 smtwtfs URDU 7230 1430-1445 smtwtfs MIXED LANGUAGES 7230 1500-1530 smtwtfs DARI 9400 1530-1600 smtwtfs PASHTO 9400

DHA DHA DHA DHA DHA TAC TAC ERV ERV

MIDDLE EAST 0800-0830 smtwtfs

MOS

ARABIC

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smtwtfs

ARABIC

9550

KIG

AFRICA, ETHIOPIA, SUDAN 1600-1630 s...tfs AMHARIC 12125 ERV 1600-1630 .mtw... GURAGENA 12125 ERV 1630-1700 smtwtfs AMHARIC 12125 ERV 1600-1627 smtwtfs ETHIOPIA 11875 KIG 1630-1700 smtw... TIGRINYA 9850 DHA 1630-1700 ....tfs AMHARIC 9850 DHA 1700-1729 smtwtfs OROMINYA 9595 KIG 1729-1757 smtwtfs TIGRINYA 9595 KIG 1700-1730 smtwtfs SOMALI 6180 DHA 1730-1800 smtwtfs ETHIOPIA 7510 ERV 1830-1845 smtwtfs FRENCH Ce+WeAF 15250 ASC 2145-2215 smt.tfs HASSINYA/PULAAR(WeAF) 11985 ASC Tx Site Codes: ASC Ascension Island DHA Al Dhabayya UAE ERV Yerevan Gavar Armenia KIG Kigali Rwanda MOS Moosbrunn Austria TAC Tashkent Uzbekistan. Day 1 = Sunday (ITU Convention) (acc hfcc registrations, former B-11 updated by wb, Oct 25) BELARUS 17.10.2012 took Radio Brest in Belarusian and Russian language from 1500-1600 UT the frequency 7255 kHz (Kolodischi, 250 kW). SINPO: 44444. 18.10.2012 took the First national channel of the Belarusian radio the Belarusian language from 0530-0659 UT the frequency 11930 kHz. (Kolodischi, 250 kW). SINPO: 45444. (Dmitry Kutuzov-RUS, deneb-radio-dx RUSdx Oct 21) In October QSL: Radio Belarus for the reception in the Russian 31.08.12 at 2213 UT 11730 kHz. 42 days, and wrote the < [email protected] > < [email protected] > The new station and the country for me! (Dmitry Puzanov-KAZ, qsl-dx RUSdx Oct 21) The Chinese language will become the language of broadcasting of the radio "Belarus" in 2013. According to the information of the Internet-site of the BelTA: on October 12, 2012. The eighth language broadcasting radio "Belarus" in 2013, will be Chinese, BelTA learnt from the press service of Belteleradiocompany. Now the station with half a century of history broadcasts in seven languages. Radio "Belarus" short and medium frequencies are taking in more than 20 countries of Eastern and Central Europe. Initially, programs were only in the Belarusian language. From 1985 the year began broadcasting in German, and in 1998 the radio to hear in Russian and English languages. Since 2006, began broadcasting the Polish language, and in 2010 the air started to come out of the program French and Spanish. Broadcasting grid radio today is 16 hours of broadcasting seven languages, as well as 10 hours of Internet broadcasting in real time in the English language a daily basis. In the programs of news and information - analytical issues; with the state, political, public and religious figures; scientists, writers and musicians, masters art and folklore; sportsmen; programs about history, culture, spiritual values of the Belarusian people. (Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, dxld, Alexander Dyadishchev-UKR, open_dx RUSdx Oct 21) BELARUS/ESTONIA/MOLDOVA/RUSSIA/UKRAINE THE RECEPTION OF MW – Reception medium waves 18.10.2012, 0400-0430 UT: "Voice of Russia" through the Grigoriopol, 1548 kHz - 55555 "Family radio" via Moscow. 1503 kHz - 35333 Ukrainian radio Channel Culture". 1431 kHz - 55444 The Belarusian radio is the first national channel. 1170 kHz - 45444 Radio"TEOS" in Moscow. 1134 kHz - 34333 "Radio Liberty" through Moscow. 1044 kHz - 45444 "Radio Eli" Tartu, Estonia. 1035 kHz - 34333 "Voice of Russia" through the Grigoriopol. 999 kHz - 55544 Reception medium waves 18.10.2012, 0430-0500 UT: "Radio Mayak". 549 kHz and Radio Promin. (UR-2) interfere with each other. "Radio Mayak" through Volgograd 810 kHz - 35433 Ukrainian radio 1837 kHz - 45444 RTV Podmoskovie. 846 kHz - 45444 Radio of Russia. 873 kHz - 45433 (Dmitry Kutuzov-RUS, deneb-radio-dx RUSdx Oct 21) FRANCE/FRENCH GUIANA/PALAU/SINGAPORE/UZBEKISTAN {CANADA} 6110 Oct 23 at 0521 UT, NHK English via CANADA is still a bigsig for a few more nights, and at this time announcing some frequency changes effective Oct

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28, without giving any sites, but I insert the old ones, presumably the same: 05 to SoAfrica 11970 to 9770 [France] 10 & 12 to SoEaAsia 9695 to 11740 [Singapore] 13 to SoWe Asia 15735 to 11730 [Uzbekistan] 14 to SoEa Asia 11705 to 11925 [Palau] 14 to SoWe Asia 15735 to 11695 [Uzbekistan] But this announcement is incomplete! Notably the very frequency we are listening to, which as I have publicized several times will be moving from Sackville 6110 kHz to Guiana French 11740 kHz at 0500 UT. And 1200 UT from Sackville 6120 kHz to Guiana French 15190 and/or 6120 kHz. Surely 6120 is not going to work or really be used over that path. I suppose at other breaks they will give the rest of the frequency changes. (Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 23) FRANCE/GERMANY/SRI LANKA/UGANDA/UZBEKISTAN BVB - BIBLE VOICE BROADCASTING from Canada in B-12 program schedule JAPAN 1 15620 kHz; 19 mb; 100 kW 70 degr; Tashkent, Uzbekistan Day Time Language Sunday 1230-1300 Japanese All our Shortwave Programs are available for internet listening at www.biblevoice.org (Select Listen and then Language and/or the Broadcaster Name). Programmers love to hear from you directly! Send your reports to [email protected] or mail to: BVB, P.O.Box 425, Station E Toronto, Ontario Canada M6H 4E3 (BVB Canada, transformed and updated by wb wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 26) JAPAN NHK World - Radio Japan - B-12 winter season file 28 Oct 2012 - 30 March 2013 [ARMENIA/FRANCE/FRENCH GUIANA/GERMANY/LITHUANIA/MADAGASCAR/PALAU/ RUSSIA/SINGAPORE/TAJIKISTAN/UAE/U.K./USA/UZBEKISTAN] English 0500-0530 AF/EU 17660 uae 0500-0530 NoWeAM 11740 guf 0500-0530 SoAM 9770 iss 1000-1030 OC/Hawaii 9625 1000-1030 seAS 11740 sng 1100-1130 EUR 9760 wof, Fris only in DRM mode 1200-1230 NoEaAM 15190 guf 1200-1230 seAS 11740 sng 1300-1330 AS 11730 uzb 1400-1430 seAS 11925 pal 1400-1430 AS 11695 uzb 1800-1830 EU/CeAF 15720 mdg Hindi 0130-0200 1430-1515

swAS swAS

9785 15720

uzb mdg

Persian 0400-0430 1430-1500 1630-1700

NE/ME NE/ME NE/ME MW

11730 13725 927

uzb iss tjk

Russian 0330-0400 0430-0500 0530-0600 0800-0830 1100-1130 1130-1200 1600-1630

EU MW EU EaAS EaAS AS EU EU/ME MW

738 6115 11760 6165 6090 9760 738

msk sit

MW1386sit

wof msk

Fris only in DRM mode. MW 927 tjk

Urdu 1515-1600 1700-1745

swAS swAS MW

13870 927

uae tjk

Relays:

guf Montsinery, French Guiana msk Moscow, Russia

88.0MHz Kabul and Herat, Afghanistan.

iss Issoudun, France pal Palau, Pacific

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sng Kranji, Singapore tjk Dushanbe, Tajikistan uae Al Dhabbaya, UAE usa Greenville, NC-USA uzb Tashkent, Uzbekistan wer Wertachtal, Germany wof Woofferton UK yer Gavar Yerevan, Armenia URL: unfortunately http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/english/radio/shortwave/all_201210.pdf failes at present, thanks to Dan Ferguson K4VOA for enlightenment... also A-12 PDF document URL put still on the website http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/english/radio/shortwave/all_201203.pdf positively access for members of yahoo.groups, thanks Aleksandr http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/12397727/108922886/name/NHK_World_Radio_Japan-B12.pdf (NHK Radio Japan, via Aleksandr Diadischev-UKR, updated and transformed by wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 26) JAPAN JSWC 60th Anniversary Bc. QSLs. [CANADA/FRANCE/JAPAN/MADAGASCAR/PALAU/SINGAPORE/U.K./UZBEKISTAN] I was pleasantly surprised to hear all 6 of the JSWC 60th Anniversary broadcasts and on all frequencies. I heard all 8 transmitter sites (Sackville, UK, Issoudun, Kranji, Yamata, Uzbekistan, Palau, Talata) on all 9 frequencies, although 2 faded out before the broadcast ended (Singapore 9695 kHz at 1210 UT and Uzbekistan 15735 kHz at 1410 UT). I was again pleasantly surprised to receive 8 e-cards-one for each transmitter site. But I was unpleasantly surprised when, after waiting a few days to install a new color ink cartridge, I discovered the ecards had disappeared. I apparently made a wrong click somewhere. From now on I'll immediately sabe e-cards to Word. (Wendel Craighead-KS-USA, DXplorer Oct 26) LITHUANIA October 14, took the Voice of the Andes in Russian with 1548 UT 6180 kHz through Sitkunai, 100 kW 33443. Strong noise from CNR 6175 kHz. (Dmitry Puzanov-KAZ, deneb-radio-dx RUSdx Oct 21) 19.10.2012 took Radio Japan in the Russian language from 0430-0500 UT frequency 6165 kHz (Sitkunai, Lithuania 100 kW). SINPO: 44444. 0330-0400 UT the frequency 1386 kHz (Sitkunai, Lithuania 500 kW) reception practically was not. (Dmitry KutuzovRUS, deneb-radio-dx RUSdx Oct 21) RUSSIA Radio Rossii, 28-Oct-2012 to 30-Mar-2013 Frequency UTC CIRAF Transmitter Latitude, Longitude Beam kW 5905 1530-2100 27,28 Moskva 56N45 037E37 267 250 5930 0100-2100 19 Murmansk 64N21 041E24 339 50 5930 1700-1300 35 P-Kamchatskiy 53N11 158E24 30 100 5940 1700-1300 24-26 Okhotsk Arman 59N42 150E10 30 100 6005 1700-1900 29 Armavir 45N28 040E06 188 100 6085 2100-1700 21,22 Krasnoiarsk 56N02 092E45 348 50 6100 2100-1700 31,32 N Krasnoiarsk 56N02 092E45 0 20 6160 0100-2100 19 Murmansk 64N21 041E24 333 40 6195 2100-1700 32,33 Irkutsk 52N02 106E56 0 50 7230 1900-1500 23,24 Iakutsk 62N14 129E48 330 100 7310 1230-1500 27,28 Moskva 56N45 037E37 267 250 7320 1700-1300 24,25 Okhotsk Arman 59N42 150E10 45 100 9410 0600-0700 30 Samara 53N16 050E14 58 250 9840 0400-0700 27,28,37 Moskva 56N45 037E37 260 250 11610 0800-0900 29 Samara 53N16 050E14 294 250 11895 0400-0500 32 Samara 53N16 050E14 58 250 12075 0730-1200 27,28,37 Moskva 56N45 037E37 267 250 (RUSdx Oct 21) Locations updated by wb. - Slight location corrections / differs acc G.E. images, like Moscow Taldom, Okhotsk Arman, Kamchatskiy Yelizovo, Murmansk - Arkhangelsk Koskovo, and Irkutsk - Selenginsk Buryatia sites. (wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 23) RUSSIA/UZBEKISTAN TWR INDIA B12 broadcast schedule. Frequency sorted Loc Freq StartStop Pwr Azi Ant Days IRK 5930 1245-1300 250 224 4/4/ 1 ......7 IRK 5930 1245-1300 250 224 4/4/ 1 1...... IRK 5930 1300-1315 250 224 4/4/ 1 ......7 IRK 5930 1300-1315 250 224 4/4/ 1 1...... IRK 5930 1315-1330 250 224 4/4/ 1 ......7 IRK 5930 1315-1330 250 224 4/4/ 1 .....6. IRK 5930 1315-1330 250 224 4/4/ 1 123.... IRK 5930 1315-1330 250 224 4/4/ 1 ...45.. IRK 5930 1330-1345 250 224 4/4/ 1 1......

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IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK SAM SAM SAM SAM TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC TAC IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK

5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 6115 7285 7285 7285 7505 7505 7505 7505 7505 7505 7505 7505 7505 7505 7505 11965 11965 11965 11965 11965

1330-1345 1330-1345 1330-1345 1330-1345 1330-1345 1345-1400 1345-1415 1345-1415 1400-1415 1415-1430 1415-1430 1415-1430 1430-1445 1430-1500 1445-1500 1500-1515 1500-1515 1500-1515 1515-1530 1515-1530 1500-1530 1600-1615 1615-1630 1615-1630 1315-1330 1315-1430 1330-1400 1400-1415 1400-1415 1415-1430 1430-1445 1445-1515 1445-1515 1515-1545 1515-1615 0030-0045 0045-0115 0045-0115 0045-0115 0115-0130

250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 250 250 250 250 250

224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 140 140 140 140 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 224 224 224 224 224

4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 2/4/ 2/4/ 2/4/ 2/4/ +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/ 4/4/

Language sorted Loc Freq StartStop TAC 7505 1400-1415 IRK 11965 0030-0045 IRK 5930 1315-1330 IRK 5930 1500-1515 IRK 11965 0045-0115 IRK 5930 1330-1345 IRK 5930 1315-1330 IRK 5930 1345-1415 IRK 5930 1445-1500 SAM 7285 1615-1630 IRK 5930 1515-1530 TAC 7505 1315-1330 IRK 11965 0115-0130 IRK 5930 1500-1515 IRK 5930 1330-1345 TAC 7505 1415-1430 IRK 5930 1330-1345 IRK 11965 0045-0115 TAC 7505 1315-1430 TAC 7505 1330-1400 TAC 7505 1400-1415

Pwr 100 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 100 250 250 250 100 250 250 100 100 100

Azi 131+10 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 140 224 131+10 224 224 224 131+10 224 224 131+10 131+10 131+10

1 ......7 1 .....6. 1 ...4... 1 .23.... 1 ....5.. 1 1...... 1 ......7 1 .23456. 1 1...... 1 ....567 1 12..... 1 ..34... 1 1.....7 1 .23456. 1 1.....7 1 1.....7 1 .234... 1 ....56. 1 ...45.. 1 .23.... 1 1234567 1 1234567 1 ......7 1 .23456. 2/4/0.5 .23456. 2/4/0.5 1.....7 2/4/0.5 .23456. 2/4/0.5 ..3.... 2/4/0.5 .2.456. 2/4/0.5 .23456. 2/4/0.5 1234567 2/4/0.5 .234567 2/4/0.5 1...... 2/4/0.5 1.....7 2/4/0.5 .23456. 1 123456. 1 .23456. 1 1...... 1 ......7 1 1234...

garhwali haryanvi kashmiri maithili tibetan kurukh bundeli maithili kharia kurukh maghi mundari sadari sindhi chodri bhili gamith vasavi dhodia mouchi urdu pashto dari pashto dogri hindi hindi awadhi hindi garhwali hindi hindi punjabi punjabi punjabi bengali bhojpuri hindi nepali dzonkha

Ant 2/4/0 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 2/4/1 4/4/1 2/4/0. 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 2/4/0. 4/4/1 4/4/1 2/4/0. 2/4/0. 2/4/0.

Language awadhi bengali bengali bhili bhojpuri bondo braj bhasha bundeli chodri dari dhodia dogri dzonkha gamith garhwali garhwali haryanvi hindi hindi hindi hindi

Days .5 ..3.... 123456. ......7 1.....7 .23456. 1...... .....6. ......7 1.....7 ......7 ...45.. 5 .23456. 1234... .234... ......7 5 .23456. .....6. 1...... 5 1.....7 5 .23456. 5 .2.456.

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TAC TAC IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK IRK SAM SAM TAC TAC TAC IRK IRK IRK IRK SAM IRK

7505 7505 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 5930 11965 7285 7285 7505 7505 7505 5930 5930 5930 5930 6115 5930

1430-1445 1445-1515 1300-1315 1330-1345 1400-1415 1245-1300 1300-1315 1345-1400 1415-1430 1415-1430 1330-1345 1345-1415 1315-1330 1315-1330 1515-1530 1415-1430 0045-0115 1600-1615 1615-1630 1445-1515 1515-1545 1515-1615 1430-1445 1245-1300 1430-1500 1330-1345 1500-1530 1500-1515

100 100 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 100 100 100 250 250 250 250 250 250

131+10 131+10 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 140 140 131+10 131+10 131+10 224 224 224 224 140 224

2/4/0. 2/4/0. 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 2/4/1 2/4/1 2/4/0. 2/4/0. 2/4/0. 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 2/4/1 4/4/1

Time sorted Loc Freq IRK 11965 IRK 11965 IRK 11965 IRK 11965 IRK 11965 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 TAC 7505 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930 IRK 5930

StartStop 0030-0045 0045-0115 0045-0115 0045-0115 0115-0130 1315-1330 1315-1430 1330-1400 1400-1415 1400-1415 1415-1430 1430-1445 1445-1515 1445-1515 1515-1545 1515-1615 1245-1300 1245-1300 1300-1315 1300-1315 1315-1330 1315-1330 1315-1330 1315-1330 1330-1345 1330-1345 1330-1345 1330-1345 1330-1345 1330-1345 1345-1400 1345-1415 1345-1415

Pwr 250 250 250 250 250 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250

Azi 224 224 224 224 224 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 131+10 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 224

Ant 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 2/4/0.5 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1 4/4/1

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IRK - Irkutsk RUS 52 25 N 103 40 E TAC - Tashkent UZB 41 13 N 069 09 E SAM - Samara RUS 53 16 N 050 14 E Submit reports at: http://www.twr.in/technical_info.htm OR e-mail to [email protected] (Alokesh Gupta-IND, DXs_asia, sorted by wb. Oct 27) RUSSIA 11930 QSL report. TWR India via Novosibirsk, full data letter on TWR India letterhead (PDF) and full data eQSL of Bonaire mediumwave towers in 829 days! This started off with an English airmail report to their India address with US $2 return postage, with a follow-up in English with US $5 via registered email, and three (!) follow-ups via email to TWR HQ with the QSLs finally arriving via email 24 hours after my last email follow-up. V/s S. Franklin Abraham [email protected] Many, many thanks to Bob Hall at TWR HQ in Cary NC who was instrumental in pushing this through [email protected] I guess in the long run, perseverance does pay off with QSLs. I am astounded that it took so long for the TWR India office to cough up this QSL. I had also filed numerous reports on their online form on their website without result. I also have some bad news about KNX newsradio 1070 in Los Angeles, CA. I submitted a report in October of last year with return postage since I had picked them up while on a trip to Nevada. After several email follow-ups and promises of looking into the matter, I finally received an email from a gentleman named Steve Niemczyk [email protected] informing me "KNX dropped the QSL program. Sorry." I has also asked if they would consider doing eQSLs which would cut down on man-hours required, postage, etc., but received no answer to that. So it seems that one of our AM broadcasters has followed the path of a lot of the internationals who now refuse to verify transmissions. (73 - Albert Muick-PA-USA, hcdx Oct 26) UKRAINE On October 19, received QSL from the Ukrainian radio station "Radio Mayak" from Odessa, for reception 05.10.2012 at a frequency of 765 kHz. Card sent from the Czech Republic. Report send E-mail: [email protected] QSL new sample, in February got another. The card is listed transmitter power to 765 kHz - 75 kW. (Dmitry Kutuzov-RUS, deneb-radio-dx RUSdx Oct 21) Thanks to observations of the foreign colleagues finally became clear that SW-broadcast of a broadcasting stations the territory of Ukraine ceased 31 August. Broker Broadcast Belgium (TDP), the last customer air time the sending centre in the Luch (Nikolaev region), suffered a program Denge Mezopotamya and Miraya FM (for Kurdistan and Sudan respectively) the transmission centres in Bulgaria (Sofia) and Bosnia-Herzegovina (Bijeljina). Note that we are talking about "Dnieper wave" of Zaporozhye is not in the bill, don't even know what her status is likely that something else is. P.S. SW-broadcasts from other centers cancelled in 2010-2011, MW-broadcasting from there at the moment of the present. Red (Lviv region). SW-broadcasting terminated by July 1, 2011 (with January-July from there only "Voice of Russia" English and German languages, broadcasting Radio of Ukraine to the North America was abolished 1.01.11) (Kharkov region). SW-the broadcasts were suspended in may 2011 year in connection with the decision to close the Ukrainian Department of the world Radio Ukraine. The decision was soon abolished, but the broadcasts the SW was never resumed. Brovary (Kyiv region). Broadcasting of UR-1 the 5970 kHz terminated 22 February 2010. (Alexander Dyadishchev-UKR, deneb-radio-dx RUSdx Oct 21) BROADCASTING IN RUSSIAN. B-12. ALASKA Changed the frequency to send to 16.00 and 17.00 UTC: KNLS in the Russian language (B-12): 0900-1000 - 9680 1100-1200 - 9680 1500-1600 - 9680 1600-1700 - 6190

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1700-1800 - 6190 (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) ** ALASKA. So far only the Russian website of KNLS presents the B-12 schedule, but it includes the other two languages, English and Chinese. They hope to have two transmitters once again after having to cut back to only one for a couple of years, it seems: 08 9655-C 7355-E 09 9655-C 9680-R 10 9615-C 7355-E 11 9615-C 9680-R 12 9615-E 7355-E 13 9680-C 7355-C 14 9615-C 7355-E 15 9655-C 9680-R 16 7355-C 6190-R 17 9655-C 6190-R http://www.knls.net/rus/schedule.htm [English: WORLD OF RADIO 1640]

VATICAN SW-schedule of the Vatican Radio. In Russian: 09:30-10:50 - 11740, 15595, 17590 kHz (Liturgy every 2nd and 4th Sunday) 13:32-14:00 - 6070 (Tashkent), 9695 kHz 17:10-17:40 - 6185, 7360 kHz (Vatican Radio schedule via Andreas Volk-D Munich Germany ADDX, column transformed and updated by wb wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 16) (Alexander Дядищев, Ukraine / “from Deneb-radio-dx”) Russian 1332-1400 daily CeAS 6070TAC 9695SMG 1710-1738 daily EaEUR 6185SMG 7360SMG HOLY MASS IN RUSSIAN Second and fourth Sunday of the month, at 0930 UT. 0927-1050 Sun WeEUR 11740SMG 58 degr 0927-1050 Sun EaEU/NE 15595SMG 49 degr 17590SMG 72 degr 1260 kHz 0330-0400 Russian 1330-1400 Russian 2100-2130 Russian 1611 kHz 1710-1740 Russian (Vatican Radio schedule via Andreas Volk-D Munich Germany ADDX, column transformed and updated by wb wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 16) Changes in the schedule of broadcasting in connection with the transition to the winter time. We call attention of our listeners, that in connection with the transition to Winter time since October 28, will take place the following changes in the schedule of broadcasting in the Russian language: The first show will be broadcasted in 17 hours 30 minutes Moscow time (in 14 hours and 30 minutes to Central European time) on frequencies 6070 and 9695 kHz and 1260 kHz. The transfer will be repeated in the 21st hour 10 minutes Moscow time at the frequencies 6185 and 7360 kHz. The rest of the frequency and the schedule will remain unchanged. http://ru.radiovaticana.va/Articolo.asp?c=632283 (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) IRAN Schedule of the "Voice of the Islamic Republic of Iran" in the Russian language (B-12): 0300-0330 UTC - 5910, 11925 0500-0530 UTC - 12025, 13680, 17680, 21600 1430-1530 UTC - 1449, 7285, 9685, 11680 1700-1800 UTC - 3965, 5920 1800-1900 UTC - 6140, 7350

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1930-2030 UTC - 702,4005, 7205 Details: http://russian.irib.ir/glavnaya/chestotnoie-raspisanie (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) SOUTH KOREA The schedule of KBS World Radio in the Russian language (B-12) 18:00-19:00 UTC 7235 kilohertz 13:00-13:30 UTC 738 kilohertz 16:30-17:00 UTC 738 kilohertz 21:30-22:00 UTC 738 kilohertz From the "Sunday magazine" KBS World Radio from 21.10.2012 (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) TURKEY The schedule of the "Voice of Turkey" in the Russian language (B-12): kHz UTC zones kW deg target language 9410 1400-1500 19-22,29 250 20 English AS/EUR information from dxld from Wolfgang Bueschel (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) (Wolfgang Bueschel, Hard-Core-DX Digest, Vol 118, Issue 24) AUSTRIA: TWR (TransWorld Radio) 31 OCT 2012 - 30 MAR 2013 (sic - not 28 Oct) Russian 0200-0400 1035es [1234567] 1500-1530 7295we 9495au [.234567] 1600-1700 1035es [1.3.5..] 1800-2000 1035es [1234567] 1930-2000 999gr [1......] 1930-2030 999gr [.2....7] 1945-2015 999gr [.....6.] 2000-2030 999gr [..345..] Day 1 = Mon ... 7 = Sun Transmitters: au = Moosbrunn AUSTRIA cy = Cyprus es = Tartu ESTONIA gr = Grigoriopol PRIDNESTROVYE we = Wertachtal GERMANY (TWR, via Wolfgang Bueschel, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21, 2012, re-arranged by Alan Roe, dxldydg via DXLD) CHINA The schedule of the International radio of China in the Russian language (B-12): http://russian.cri.cn/1381/2011/10/31/1s402483.htm (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) ** CHINA [and non]. B12 CHINA RADIO INTERNATIONAL October 28, 2012 0000-0057 Russian 7405huh, 5990huh, 1521htb-xin 0100-0157 Russian 13600xia, 5905kas, 1521htb-xin 0200-0257 Russian 17640xia, 5915kas 0300-0357 Russian 17710jin, 15435xia, 11710uru, 5915kas, 963por-fin 0400-0457 Russian 17640xia, 15665kas, 15445kas, 963por-fin 0500-0557 Russian 15665kas, 15445kas 0800-0857 Russian 15665kas, 15335kas 0900-0957 Russian 15665kas, 15335kas 1000-1057 Russian 7400huh, 7290szg, 5915huh, 1323htb-xin, 1116har-hei, 963hua-jil 1100-1157 Russian 7290szg, 6080bei, 5915huh, 1521htb-xin, 1323htb-xin, 963hua-jil 1200-1257 Russian 9685uru, 9590szg, 7410szg, 7215xia, 6100bei, 5905kas, 1521htb-xin, 963hua-jil 1300-1357 Russian 9870xia, 7255szg, 5990huh, 5915huh, 5905kas, 1521htb-xin, 1323uru, 963hua-jil 1400-1457 Russian 9450szg, 7330xia, 6005kas, 1521htb-xin, 1323uru, 963hua-jil 1500-1557 Russian 6180uru, 6105szg, 6025xia, 6005kas, 5990huh, 5965bei, 5915huh,1521htb-xin, 1323htb-xin, 963hua-jil 1600-1657 Russian 7265uru, 7215szg, 6070kas, 6040uru, 1521htb, 963por-fin 1700-1757 Russian 7410bji, 7265uru, 6070xia, 6040uru, 5915kas, 1521htb-xin, 963por-fin 1800-1857 Russian 9535iss, 7255szg, 7210uru, 6170kas, 6070xia, 1521htb-xin 1900-1927 Russian 7245bji, 6110xia, 6100bei, 1521htb-xin 2000-2057 Russian 9525bei, 7255bji 2300-2357 Russian 7405huh, 5990huh (from Aoki via Harold Frodge, tidied up by gh for DX LISTENING DIGEST) JAPAN The schedule of the Radio Japan in the Russian language in the season (B-12):

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0330-0400 - EU MW 738mos, MW 1386sit 0430-0500 - EU 6115sit 0530-0600 - AS 11760 0800-0830 - AS 6165 1100-1130 - AS 6090 1600-1630 - EU MW 738mos, MW 927tjk (Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan, Russia / “deneb-radio-dx”) TAIWAN Dear friends, Since October 28, 2012 in accordance