WORLDWIDE DX CLUB Top News - August 18th, 2013 (BC-DX #1128)

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compiled by Wolfgang Büschel, Germany




ASCENSION ISL/RWANDA   BBC Hausa on Sundays via Ascension from Aug 4.
17640 1400-1430 46SE  ASC 250  65  0 547 1=Sun  Hausa G   BBC BAB
17640 1400-1430 46SE  KIG 250 310 15 217 excSun Hausa RRW BBC BAB
(HFCC Aug 13)

AUSTRALIA   15160  fundamental of RA SHP English sce program showed also
two minor spurious symmetrically 15.4 kHz away on 15144.551 and 15175.449
kHz, poor S=4-5 signal noted on remote SDR unit at Brisbane. At 0200 UT
Aug 12.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

AUSTRIA/GERMANY   TOM prolonged M&B renting acc Fri-Sun via ORS Moosbrunn-
AUT, and Mon-Thurs via Nauen Germany site.
9655 1400-1600 18,27,28  NAU 100 275degr ant#156 type Mul D   TOM MBR
9655 1400-1600 18,27,28  MOS 100 285degr ant#805 type Mul AUT TOM MBR
(HFCC Aug 13)

AUSTRIA/GERMANY   Changes of Media Broadcast (MBR)

Bible Voice Broadcasting
0700-0730  5945 NAU 100 kW / 270 deg to WeEUR English Sun, ex till 0745
0700-0745  5945 NAU 100 kW / 270 deg to WeEUR English Sat, ex Sat/Sun
1630-1645 15215 MOS 125 kW / 095 deg to SoAS  Tamil Fri,   cancelled
1630-1645 15215 NAU 125 kW / 100 deg to SoAS  Tamil Sun,   cancelled
1730-1800 17515 NAU 100 kW / 148 deg to EaAF  Amharic Wed, cancelled
1800-1830 17515 NAU 100 kW / 148 deg to EaAF  Somali Sun,  cancelled
1830-1845 17515 NAU 100 kW / 148 deg to EaAF  Amharic Sat, ex till 1900
(DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 15)

BRAZIL   11915  Radio Gaucha - Porto Alegre, at 0230-0303* UT on Aug 11,
man announcer with Portuguese talks hosting a program of easy instrumental
music. At 0259 UT the man gave ID and closedown announcements. Off without
any anthem. Poor.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Aug 11)

BULGARIA   11545  Salam Watandar - Sofia, at 0344-0359* UT on July 31,
talks by a man and woman announcers followed by IRRS ID inviting reception
reports at 0359 UT before carrier was terminated. Fair to good.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Aug 11)

CHINA/MARIANAS/MONGOLIA/PHILIPPINES/UAE   11695  The only China mainland
FIREDRAKE jamming program heard at 0230 UT against RFA Tibetan sce via Al
Dhabbaya-UAE relay, S=9+15dB signal on Nara-JPN remote net unit.

// spoken word CNR1 jamming against RFA Tibetan service on 17730U-B and
21570TIN kHz too - at same time slot.

Similar jamming also against VoA Tibetan on 17735 kHz via Tinang-PHL,
started from 0300 UT, Aug 12.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

CUBA   English scripts of the twice weekly DXers Unlimited are once more
being updated regularly to the RHC website -
<http://www.radiohc.cu/ing/news/dxera-unlimited.html>
(Alan Pennington-UK, August BrDXC-UK Communication magazine via dxld)

Si amigos, sure, this is Radio Havana Cuba, recent listener's reports tell
us that our 6165 kiloHertz frequency is delivering an excellent SINPO
55555 service to its intended coverage area, the Central area of North
America, having received nice reports from Chicago, Toronto and Montreal
in recent days.

It is running 100 kiloWatts using a pulse step modulated energy efficient
transmitter, and the antenna in used is a classic curtain array, described
by the ITU as a 4, 4, 0.8 antenna system. This designator explains that it
has 4 dipoles on each row, and 4 vertically stacked rows of dipoles, so it
could also be called a sixteen dipoles antenna system.
(Prof. Arnaldo Coro Antich_CO2KK, RHC DxersUnlimited script Jul 30 via
dxld)

Radio Rebelde's 5025 kiloHertz transmitter is running half the power of
ours, that is 50 kiloWatts, and the two antennas are slightly different.

Our Tropical Band antenna has a bit more gain, say about 3 dB more than
Rebelde's, and they are not oriented in the same direction, although both
are intended to provide a national sky wave service for the Cuban
archipelago.

In the near future, when solar cycle 24 starts its downward slope, we may
be adding a second Radio Havana Cuba tropical band service, so that we can
be on the air in Spanish full time during the local evening hours, and add
French, Kreyol and English on the second transmitter with a similar high
vertical incidence angle antenna.

We will carefully monitor the behavior of the nighttime maximum useable
frequency curve as solar cycle 24's activity drops after the peak months,
and when the MUF drops below 7 megaHertz we will be activating the second
Radio Havana Cuba tropical band frequency on the 60 meters band.

By the way, many years ago, Radio Rebelde did used a 90 meters tropical
band frequency, with a 5 kiloWatts transmitter on 3365 kiloHertz, and this
may be another option to explore when solar activity drops to extremely
low levels.
(Arnie Coro  CO2KK, RHC DXers Unlimited script July 2 via dxld)

CUBA    Re: "By the way, many years ago, Radio Rebelde did used a 90
meters tropical band frequency, with a 5 kiloWatts transmitter on 3365
kiloHertz, and this may be another option to explore when solar activity
drops to extremely low levels.
(Arnie Coro-CUB  CO2KK, RHC DXers Unlimited script July 2 via dxld)"

So why didn't he mention the Radio Moscow and Mayak transmitters, or what
used to be commonly heard MW harmonics between 90 and 41 meters? Selective
recall?
(Terry Krueger-FL-USA, dxld)

Mayak on SW via Cuba? WTFK? R. Moscow was on 11840 kHz, i.a. The MW
harmonics were mainly from the 600 kHz transmitter, 3600 being a regular.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld)

Mayak had a huge signal on 4765 kHz 24h/7d, sometimes 3365 kHz alternate,
early 1980's. Radio Moscow was on 1040 sporadically 1988-1989, also on la
Voz de Cuba on 600 kc/s around 1979-1980 or maybe as late as 1981. The
latter I have QSLed (1980). And the latter yes, put out harmonics
everywhere. As did a couple of others in the 550-710-ish range (forget
which ones).
(Terry Krueger, ibid.)

CUBA   Radio Havana Cuba frequency update. Radio Havana Cuba noted still
with English on 6000 kHz this morning (Aug 14) at 0509 UTC after scheduled
close of English on this frequency.

Reason was given at 0540 UTC by Arnie Coro in the mid-week edition of
'DXers Unlimited':

RHC are testing 6000 kHz 0500-0700 UTC to Pacific Coast of North America
for the next few days (starting UTC day Aug 14) in replacement of 6010
kHz.
Reports to <inforhc @ enet.cu>

Here in UK 6000 kHz after 0500 UT was the weakest of the RHC English
frequencies (as 6010 always was), as not beamed to Europe. Their other
frequencies at this time (5040, 6060, 6125, and 6165 kHz) giving much
better reception.
(Alan Pennington-UK, BrDXC-UK ng Aug 14)

ECUADOR   today 60 years anniversary of HCJB Quito GERMAN service.
fwd. mail from Horst Rosiak Quito of HCJB Andenstimme to A-DX newsgroup.

we celebrate 60 Years of German-language broadcasts from Quito - Ecuador.

We have unceremoniously taken a special program yesterday - short hand
because we did not know if Mrs. Dorothea Klaue could be there ... and: She
COULD! For the 60-umpteenth there is also a QSL, with the date hereof
acquires a special value ;)
Kind regards, Your Horst
(Die Andenstimme, <hcjb @ andenstimme.org>  via Horst Rosik-EQA Aug 13)

FSM - Micronesia, Pacific Missionary Aviat, Cross Radio Pohnpei
4755.538 kHz at 1005 UT, poor S=6-7 in CA-US.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

FRANCE   11985  Radio Algerienne - Issoudun, at 0607-0657* UT on Aug 10,
recitations during Holy Qu'ran program. Talk in Arabic language by a man
announcer at 0631 UT followed by more recitations. Carrier cut during talk
by another man. Fair although somewhat noisy conditions.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Aug 11)

9535  at 0459- UT, Radio Algerienne via Issoudun-TDF center, July 25.
Carrier on at 0458 UT, followed by crash start of Arabic programming at
0459 UT, and switching over to French at 0500 UT. Fair/good reception,
with some short / long-path echo.
(Walt Salmaniw-BC-CAN, dxld Aug 7)

GERMANY   Spurious signals of Brother Stair The Overcomer Ministries / TOM
/ via Nauen, on 9678.4 and 9631.6 or +/- 23.4 kHz from fundamental
frequency
1400-1600 9655 NAU 100 kW 275 deg to WeEUR English Mon-Thu.
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

Updated official Media Broadcast A13 schedule - eff of 13 August 2013
<http://www.media-broadcast.com/fileadmin/user_upload/Downloads/A13_operational_130813_MBR.pdf>
(Akbar Indra Gunawan-IND, hcdx Aug 14)

GERMANY   Berlin 990 kHz, in fact the Berlin-Britz site in its entirety,
closes Sep 4. According to this newswire, quoting an announcement made by
Deutschlandradio:
<http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/kultur/deutschlandradio-schaltet-den-
alten-ost-sendemast ab,10809150,24002044.html>

Of course this outlet, founded in 1946, by no means dates back to the
first Berlin broadcasting service on 1923.

It is a complete closure of the site because 89.6 MHz has meanwhile been
moved to the TV tower. This site change has been planned already for
years, for the point at which the mediumwave transmissions from the Britz
station will cease. Thus it was a surprise that 89.6 MHz is already gone
but 990 kHz as last transmitter at this site still on air.
(Kai Ludwig-D, dxld Aug 14)

RIAS Berlin was owned by US consulate Berlin organization, power 20 kW
since 1947, and new Telefunken sender of 100 kW in 1949, later increased
to 300 kW at 989 kHz.
<http://www.welt-der-alten-radios.de/geschichte-rias-137.html>

Handed over to the unified Germany on 1st January 1994, as owned by DS
Culture Berlin and Deutschlandfunk Cologne, both on Deutschlandradio
header, a public corporation {einer Koerperschaft des oeffentlichen
Rechts}".

All other TXion centers of DLF/DLR were property of Deutsche Bundespost in
western Germany / BRD+WestBerlin til 1994, also of "German Post of the
GDR" in Oranienburg and Putbus - since early 90s.

From 1995 onwards belong both to "Deutsche Telekom", and from 2001 to the
Telekom/T-Systems - own business area of "Media&Broadcast".

After the reorganization in 2008, Telekom/T-Systems business area of
"Media&Broadcast" was sold as private "Media Broadcast GmbH", owned by TDF
France now.

see also Media Broadcast GmbH list

<http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Fernseht%C3%BCrme_und_Sendeanlagen_der_Deutschen_Funkturm#Sendeanlagen_f.C3.BCr_Rundfunk_im_Langwellen_.28LW.29-_und_Mittelwellen_.28MW.29-Bereich>

shows also SW Nauen and Wertachtal sites, as well as txion centers for
DLF/DLR/AFN/VoRussia services in Germany, commercial Burg, Mainflingen,
and Pinneberg installations, MDR TX system centers in Thuringia, Saxony
and Saxony-Anhalt, - but not RIAS/DLR Berlin-Britz terrain property !
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 15)

GERMAN PUBLIC BROADCASTERS PLAN LW AND MW SHUTDOWNS
July 8, By Doug Irwin, CPBE_DRB
<http://www.radiomagonline.com/digital_radio/german_public_broadcasters_plan_lw_and_mw_shutdowns_0708/>

German public broadcasters Deutschlandfunk and Deutschland Radio Kultur
will decommission their medium-wave and long-wave transmitters {renting by
DLF/DLR only, not owned so far ... owned instead by Media Broadcast,
except Heusweiler 1422 kHz, latter which is owned by SR-Saarlaendischer
Rundfunk instead ...} by the end of 2014, according to RadioNL. The money
saved will go in to the expansion of their DAB+ transmission capabilities.

DeutschlandFunk{sic} has transmitters on 153 kHz and 207 kHz, along with
seven MW frequencies, including 1269 kHz and 549 kHz. Deutschland Radio
Kultur has stations on 177 kHz and 990 kHz{latter is the only owned MW by
DLR Berlin, wb.}. The LW power levels are 500 kW, and the MW power levels
are between 100 and 400 kW. The broadcasters expect to save millions of
Euros every year in electricity costs.

Both DeutschlandFunk and Deutschland Radio Kultur are available around
Germany {poorily!} via FM, and increasingly, via DAB+. However, the
shipping industry makes use of the 1269 kHz and 177 kHz frequencies, since
messages regarding the shipping forecast are broadcast thrice daily. The
public broadcasters both say that the same information is available via
alternative methods, including DAB+ and via the public Internet.
(via Dennis Gibson, ABDX via dxld Aug 14)

These writings apparently based on this article:
<http://www.dradio.de/wir/aktuell/2165331/>

It is a response to sharp criticism from the hobby maritime navigation
scene, and it mentions the closure deadline as "probably at yearend 2014".

Concerning the details, beyond that it is just one broadcaster with two
programs (as far as analogue distribution is concerned) and that the sea
weather forecasts are broadcast in the own editorial responsibility of
Deutschlandradio:

It is not as straightforward as putting the money into DAB operations
instead, because Deutschlandradio is not the landlord there. Instead it
has been allocated capacity in a multiplex predominantly used by
commercial broadcasters who want nationwide coverage, and it depends on
the agreements between these commercial broadcasters and Media Broadcast
how much further transmitters will be added to this network.

Primarily it is the body called KEF that determines the financial needs of
the public broadcasters that calls for turning off the AM transmitters. On
the other hand most AM transmitters used by Deutschlandradio are owned and
operated by Media Broadcast (exceptions are 1422 kHz, operated by
Saarlaendischer Rundfunk, and until 4 Sep also still 990 kHz, operated by
Deutschlandradio itself), considerable investments (replacing the tube
transmitters by new TRAM solid-state units*), modifying the antennas) have
been done to make these facilities DRM-capable (a good amount of licence
fee payers money, wasted), and thus binding transmission contracts are in
place until 2016. So cancelling early will presumably require
compensations.

*) Koenigslutter, for about 15 years now run also during daytime with
200 kW "only", is the most crazy case. Here they have again installed
gear for 800 kW, consisting of two 400 kW blocks and a combiner:
<http://deutsches-drm-forum.de/Cremlingen.jpg>
(Kai Ludwig-D, dxld Aug 14)

GERMANY   It is planned to keep the old mediumwave facilities at Wiederau
as a museum. The new owner intends to leave the equipment as it is and add
a further collection:
<http://www.info-tv-leipzig.de/mixed/allgemeines/ende-mit-funkstille/>

It should be noted that the solid-state transmitter that operated on 783
kHz until last May does not belong to the old mediumwave facility. Instead
it had been installed in the FM/TV buildings and a completely new
Dreieckflaechenantenne (I keep forgetting how this design is called in
English) built for it.

<http://www.radioeins.de/etc/medialib/rbb/rad/programm/medienmagazin/w/030.file.jpg>

Left to right the old MW buildings in question, behind them a 51-metre
antenna for transmissions with up to 20 kW (it was indeed again connected
to the new transmitter as means of last resort); the described new MW
antenna; J1 mast (to be demolished, no longer usable as MW antenna already
since the mid-eighties when the insulator became faulty), current
transmitter buildings and UHF mast, now used for the remaining FM service.

See also the last entries in the log of the old mediumwave transmitters,
kept until 2001 because the new solid-state transmitter initially suffered
from serious problems:
<http://www.radioeins.de/etc/medialib/rbb/rad/programm/medienmagazin/w/033.file.jpg>

S I is the Funkwerk Koepenick transmitter from 1963 (which replaced the
original Sender I from 1932), S II the Lorenz transmitter from 1939 which
in all likelihood would have been taken away into the USSR in 1945 would
there not have been plans to instead use it at its existing location for
Radio Moscow.

Pictures of the equipment can be found at
<http://www.jans-radioseiten.de/wied_mw1.html>
(Kai Ludwig-D, dxld Aug 10)

GREECE   ERT sendet wieder ... Udo schrieb:

Auf MW kann ich zum jetzigen Zeitpunkt (23:30 local time, 2030 UT) mit
Perseus und Miniwhip folgende QRGs aufnehmen.
 729
1008
1260
1404
1512 (wie ueblich verzerrte Modulation)
(Udo Isaenko-on tour in Greece, A-DX July 22)

Die Frage ist nur, was wird dort gesendet. Diese Frequenzen waren nie
abgeschaltet, sondern strahlte das Programm der ex-ERT Mitarbeiter
teilweise zentral, teilweise lokal aus bzw. auf 729 kHz lief zeitweise das
Programm von Flash 96.
(Patrick Robic-AUT, A-DX July 23)

Wer dort noch von den Rebellen gekaperte MW Sender, - mit welchen
Programmen ? - benutzt, kann ich nicht sagen. Heute um 2300 UT Aug 15, war
jedenfalls auf dem ERT 1512 kHz Schaetzchen kein griech. Programm mehr in
der Luft. Der Sender war abgeschaltet. Sonst ein Einheitsprogramm, - mit
sinnigerweise American Free Jazz -

auf 729, 1008, 1404, und 1259.843 kHz, letzterer ungerade aus Rhodos.
Die meisten mit S=9+40dB, ausser 1404 kHz bad mixture of 3-4 stations in
// .

[later] ... Und heute Morgen noch auf der SDR Einheit in Sizilien gehoert:
Thessaloniki 792 kHz in Griechisch, Athen 666 und 981 sind beide nicht in
der Luft. Sowie auch 603 kHz Zypern gehoert, alles um 0815 UT Aug 16.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 15/16)

GREECE/ALBANIA/EGYPT/LIBYA/SLOVENIA/TURKEY   Measured ERA Athens MW
occupation close to Zakynthos and Sicily remote SDR net sites this morning
at 0530 UT Aug 17:

729.004, 791.999, 1007.990, 1259.843, 1404.003 kHz, and terribly wobbling
signal visible on 1511.935 Chania site, strong local S=9+35 dB signal with
Greek popular music occurs on 1583.993 kHz, acc EMWG list is
"Radiostathmos Armaliadas", from Amalias.

Others noted too: Domzale Slovenia was usually on upper side in past
decade, but now 30 Hertz down on odd 917.994 kHz, Izmir Turkey little odd
926.993, and strong Benghazi 675.0, Tripoli Libya signal on 1053.100 kHz,
El Beida-LBY very odd frequency 1126.506 kHz, latter with HQ prayer in
progress. Abis EGY phone in program on 774.023 kHz. Santah-EGY prayer on
863.912 kHz. Fllake-ALB on odd 1215.194 kHz at 0615 UT.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 17)

INDONESIA   Noted 0930-1000 UT on various remote SDR units:
4749.982  RRI Makassar.
4749.995 noted UNKNOWN signal at 0945 UT. But tentat. a CNR station, not
INS today.

4869.918  RRI Wamena heard at 0955 UT, and a lot of CODAR pulsing nearby.

9680.050  RRI Cimanggis Jakarta txion, S=8-9 signal in CA-US remote unit
at 0958 UT.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

4749.982  RRI Makassar, presumed, 1010-1045 UT. Noted a program of music
with a female commenting between selections. At 1035 noted a male in
comments. The signal remains poor during the period.

4869.947  Unident, at 1030-1045 UT. Noted steady music as the signal faded
in and out during period.  Signal was very weak and kept dropping into the
noise.

9680.01  RRI Jakarta, 1040-1050,  Noted a male and female in comments over
typical music. Signal was at a good level as the program continued.
(Chuck Bolland-CA-USA, hcdx Aug 10)

KOREA D.P.R.   15105.000  Test tone signal of new BBEF-Made in China TX
units at Kujang-KRE at 0250-0255 UT Aug 12. Two exact 1000 Hertz tone
peaks visible at 15104 and 15106 kHz. S=9+20dB signal heard with clean
audio quality at remote unit in Nara-JPN. Test tones ended at 02.55:00 UT.
Voice of Korea's regular Chinese service scheduled here from 0300 UT.
Noted on remote SDR unit at Nara-JPN.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

MARIANA ISL  {Saipan}  Frequency change of Radio Free Asia:
1600-1700 NF15400 SAI 100 kW 325 deg to EaAS Chinese Tue, ex15340
(DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 13)

MYANMAR   7344.99   Thazin R. Killer signal this morning at 1046 UT with
pleasant SoEaAsian pops. Didn't seem modulated up to 100% though. Song at
1055 UT kind of sounded like "Romeo's Tune" by Steve Forbert. 4 August.

7200.09, Myanmar R. 1100 M announcer after pop music. 4 August.
(Dave Valko-PA-USA, hcdx via dxld Aug 14)

Myanmar ailing TXer back on air. The TX which operated on 6030, 9460, 7110
kHz is back on the air from this morning here in SoAsia.

2330-0130 UT on 6030 kHz, from 0430 UT on 9460 kHz on the air as I write
... also at 0030 UT noted 5915, 5985, 6030, 6165, 7200 kHz (with spurs
7185.820 {in Amateur Radio band !} and 7214.380 kHz) all active with
different programs.

At 0430 UT observe 9490, 9590, and 9730.85 kHz. Will be interesting to see
if at 1030 UT on 7110 or 6165 kHz will be active, including the English
1430-1500 UT segment.

Will workout the latest sked as actually on air after 1630 UT tonight.
(Victor Goonetilleke-CLN  4S7VK, DXplorer Aug 14)

MYANMAR   6165  Thazin Radio, at 1430 UT on August 14. Ex 7110 kHz. Thanks
to Victor Goonetilleke (Sri Lanka) for the timely alert that this tx had
been reactivated. The tx broke down after being last heard about December
25, 2012 on 7110 kHz, where I had been enjoying them almost daily. Thazin
Radio acknowledged the situation via an email to me: "Yes, we have been
transmitter problems. So we don't transmit radio programs. We are
repairing.

Thank you for listening." So they have finally fixed it! Had very much
hoped they would return to 7110 kHz, but not so. Heard in English with the
usual formatting; pop songs; 1434-1441 UT sounded very much like the usual
news; 1444-1448 UT one of their talk features. Barely heard under a strong
CNR6, which today was playing mostly music; mostly unusable, but was able
to tell was in English during infrequent CNR6 talk segments; went off
before 1500 UT; very poor frequency for them, as even if there is an
especially good day for propagation, then likely CNR6 will also be
stronger; a no win situation.

I know 7110 kHz is in the ham band and they should not be there, but it
was so well heard last winter for their English segment that I have to
hope they do in fact return there again. Barring that, at least they
should find a clearer frequency!
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, dxld Aug 14)

Great that you were able to check this slot Ron. I returned home only past
1600 UT. Just finished listening to the second English program 0630-0700
UT on 9460 kHz.

Yes indeed, 7110 kHz was inside the Radio Amateur band, though its hardly
creating any problems over here. 6165 kHz here is on top of anything tho.
However, note a bit of a drop in strength on their return.

On Aug 17: 6165 s.off at 1500 UT Wolfy, also all other SW other than 5985v
kHz by 1600 UT.
(Victor Goonetilleke-CLN  4S7VK, dxld Aug 15/17)

The only station from Myanmar I heard at 1535 UT Aug 16th, was older odd
frequency unit at Rangoon transmitter site on 5985.794 kHz footprint, nice
pop music program on S=9+10dB level, on remote SDR unit at Brisbane
Australia.

6165 was totally covered by CNR6th Taiwanese program, latter // 9420 to
check.

Nothing traced on 5915, 6030 and 7110 kHz so far...
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 16)

Good morning Victor, just before I'll go to bed, now I noticed that you
had set your SDR Perseus online on-air remote-net in {European deep night}
tonight.

MYANMAR Radio noted at 0010 UT on 5915, 5985, 6030, and 6165 kHz too.

7200 was off at that time, but noted later with distorted audio quality
around 0025 UT Aug 18.

Exact measurement footprint was 5915.002 kHz, S=8-9 with typical Burmese
sing-sang language spoken female voice, but saxophone modern music at 0024
UT. Hit later co-channel from 0030 UT onwards by BBC Dari/Persian sce from
Oman relay site.

5985.805 usual odd unit of Rangoon site at 0015 UT, talk comment by male
voice heard, S=8-9 at Colombo Piliyandala Ceylon.

6029.993 kHz strongest signal in SoAsia S=9+20dB, nice local Burmese
native music at 0020 UT.

6164.995 kHz with modern Burmese pop singer in progress, S=9+15 to +20dB
signal strength.

Checked 7200v now at 0040 to 0050 UT, Rangoon Myanmar signal wandered down
from 7200.104 to 7200.100 kHz within a quarter hour, little fluttery
signal of S=7 to S=9 level.

And two adjacent symmetrical spurious signals of S=6-7 signal strength
were on air too as always, tonight at 14.28 kHz apart on each side !

Spurs noted at 7185.820 {in Amateur Radio band !} and 7214.380 kHz.

Nothing heard on 7110 kHz channel so far.  vy73 wolfy df5sx
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 18)

PALAU/USA   The Angels of World Harvest Radio. You will note that the
latest DX Re Mix News schedule for World Harvest Radio shows T8WH Palau as
Angels 3, 4, and 5. Angel 5 used to be "located" at the South Carolina
site.

Angels 1 & 2 are the two 500 kW transmitters in SC; originally those
numbers meant the two 100 kW in Indiana, which were later moved to SC as 5
and 6.

Angels 3 & 4 were originally the two transmitters of KWHR in Hawaii, then
moved to Palau.

Angels 5 & 6 were originally the transmitters in Noblesville IN, later
moved to Cypress Creek/Furman SC, once WHR had acquired the former
Christian Science site with two 500 kW transmitters which became 1 & 2.

I am sure that the technical info page of WHR for a long time had showed
Angel 5 as one of the SC transmitters, but now it does show Angels 3, 4
and 5 as as T8WH PALAU. With 1, 2 and 6 as WHRI, SC.

Angel 5 has been redesignated as a T8WH service; this does not necessarily
mean that a SC transmitter has been moved physically to Palau. But with
four transmitters there, they can easily handle three different broadcasts
at once, if not four.

Closer inspection of the present page:
<http://www.whr.org/Technical-Information.cfm>
which I have copied as text below.

Shows that the 'Angels' do not refer to one transmitter each, but to a
group of transmitters which may be used for a *service* or program stream
designated by one of the Angel numbers.

Thus Angel 1 could be using one of the two 500 kW Brown Boveris, or the
100 kW Harris.

Angel 2 would only be using one of the BBs, presumably also 500 kW but not
specified as such. The 500s are probably powered way down.

Angel 3, 4, and 5, Palau:
EACH has access to four 100 kW transmitters, two Thomsons, a Harris and a
Continental. I assume this does not mean EACH Angel has 4 separate
transmitters, but four altogether.

Angel 6, WHRI, is one 100 kW Harris, but other data is missing.

The coverage maps for each are also blank, unlike previously.

However, the coverage maps on this page are still filled in:
<http://www.whr.org/Program-Schedules.cfm#TRANSMITTER_SEARCH>

Showing Angel 5's target area is Africa only, which does not make sense
for Palau, but probably a holdover from the ex-Maine site if not SC!

Since so much info in the program schedule showing SW frequencies is
IMAGINARY, we must also suspect much of the transmitter technical info is
too, if not merely inaccurate, confused, or outdated!!

This may have improved since the last time we looked at it. For example
the Angel 5 program schedule now has MHz entries for certain blox but
blanx for many others, altho there is some named programming, presumably
only on the satellite feed/webcast.
<http://www.whr.org/customcf/dsp_schedule_read.cfm?Search=Angel5>

The FCC schedule via HFCC for A13
<http://www.hfcc.org/data/schedbyfmo.php?seas=A13&fmorueC>
shows Palau running three frequencies at once during some hours,
especially Asian prime-time 13-16 UT, but careful: some of these could be
registered as alternates. FCC and HFCC have no use for the "Angel"
nonsense.

If anyone can elucidate on what I have said, please do so.

Here is the copy of the WHR technical info page:
<http://www.whr.org/Technical-Information.cfm>

WHRI - Angel 1
Entire Map
Transmitter Location:
Cypress Creek, South Carolina USA
Latitude: N 32deg 41' 03", Longitude: W 81deg 7' 50"
Transmitter:
(2) Brown Boveri SK55, 500kW
(1) Harris SW100B, 100kW
Antenna Model / Gain:
(10)T.C.I.-611 Dipole Curtain
(2) Thomcast Dipole Curtain / 30, 60 million watts ERP
Satellite Audio Carrier:  Angel 1 - Galaxy 16, Transponder 15

WHRI - Angel 2
Entire Map
Transmitter Location:
Cypress Creek, South Carolina USA
Latitude: N 32deg 41' 03", Longitude: W 81deg 7' 50"
Transmitter:
Brown Boveri SK55
Antenna Model / Gain:
(10)T.C.I.-611 Dipole Curtain
(2) Thomcast Dipole Curtain / 30, 60 million watts ERP
Satellite Audio Carrier:  Angel 2 - Galaxy 16, Transponder 15

T8WH-Angel 3
Entire Map
Transmitter:
(2) Thomson 2311P, 100kW
(1) Harris SW100A,
(1) 100kW Continental 418F, 100kW (operational 2009)
Antennas:
(3) Dipole Curtains
Location: Latitude 7deg 46 N & Longitude 134deg 48 E 14" (Palau)
Satellite Audio Carrier:  Telstar 10, Transponder 6A

T8WH - Angel 4
Entire Map
Transmitter:
(2) Thomson 2311P, 100kW
(1) Harris SW100A,
(1) 100kW Continental 418F, 100kW (operational 2009)
Antennas:
(3) Dipole Curtains
Location: Latitude 7deg 46 N & Longitude 134deg 48 E 14" (Palau)
Satellite Audio Carrier:  Telstar 10, Transponder 6A

Angel-5
Entire Map
Transmitter:
(2) Thomson 2311P, 100kW
(1) Harris SW100A,
(1) 100kW Continental 418F, 100kW (operational 2009)
Antennas:
(3) Dipole Curtains
Location: Latitude 7deg 46 N & Longitude 134deg 48 E 14" (Palau)
Satellite Audio Carrier:  Telstar 10, Transponder 6A

WHRI - Angel 6
Entire Map
Transmitter:
Harris SW-100B
Antennas:
(2) T.C.I. 611 Dipole Curtain
Antenna Power:
Location:
Azimuth:
Satellite Audio Carrier:
[blanks sic]
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, SW TXsite - dxld June 16)

PNG   7324.938  PNG - Wantok Radio Light, Port Moresby at 1015 UT. But
only UNDERNEATH of CRI Japanese service 7325.0, latter performed
Mandarin/Japanese language lesson!
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 11)

TAIWAN   Radio Free Sarawak resumes August 12
<http://radiofreesarawak.org>  is now updated. (Ron Howard-CA-USA)

RFS will restart Monday Aug 12 on 15420 kHz at 1100-1230 UT, this time via
TAIWAN, but may change back to PALAU which was previously used. Website
<http://radiofreesarawak.org>  has not yet been updated since it stopped
May 7, still showing old 15430 at 11-13 info. As already reported, the
other Sarawak clandestine, Radio Free Kenyalang, ceased after July 31.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Aug 10)

15420.017  Radio Free Sarawak  -  I have my doubts about a RFS content.
Thus, a rebellious Labour party of Sarawak does have another different
kind program. For me, this is more religious than pure symphonic music /
singer ....

Beautiful clean relig. Choral music, heard in Nara JPN around 1102 UT on
Aug 12, S=9+20dB on the usual frequency ODD from Taiwan site.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 12)

TAIWAN   Radio Free Sarawak is back on air via Baojong/Pao Chung from
Monday, August 12:
1100-1230 15420 PAO 100 kW 208 deg to SoEaAS in Iban Monday-Saturday

There's no regular program today. Continuous music at about 1120 UT. The
regular program was back at 1150 UT with website and email announcements.
Today, August 12 Radio Free Sarawak continues to broadcast until 1321 UT.
(DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 13)

UAE/U.K.   New time for the evening program of BBC in Uzbek from Aug 5
1700-1730 NF 12040 DHA 250 kW 45 deg to CeAS, ex1600-1630 on 13695
1700-1730 NF 15175 WOF 300 kW 70 deg to CeAS, ex1600-1630 on same.

<http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/2013/08/new-time-for-evening-program-of-bbc-in.html>
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 8)

Checked today and they were both jammed. 15175 kHz had co-channel Chinese
programming that suddenly came on about a minute after the start of the
1700 UT BBC Uzbek. 12040 kHz was clear until around 1710 UT, when a noise
jammer came on.
(Chris Greenway-UK, dxld Aug 11)

USA  [non]   Summer A-13 for Voice of America and Radio Marti:
0000-0030  5955 UDO 250 kW 280 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
0000-0030  7430 IRA 250 kW 057 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
0000-0030  9325 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
0000-0100  7250 KWT 250 kW 080 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0000-0100  9310 UDO 250 kW 324 deg to CeAS Tibetan Tue/Thu
0000-0100  9340 UDO 250 kW 324 deg to CeAS Tibetan Mon/Wed/Fri
0000-0100  9350 UDO 250 kW 324 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sat
0000-0100  9360 UDO 250 kW 324 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sun
0000-0100  9545 PHT 250 kW 332 deg to EaAS Chinese
0000-0100  9855 IRA 250 kW 020 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0000-0100 15385 PHT 250 kW 332 deg to EaAS Chinese
0000-0100 15565 UDO 250 kW 030 deg to EaAS Chinese
0000-0100 17560 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Chinese
0030-0100  7430 KWT 250 kW 082 deg to SoAS Learning English
0030-0100  9325 UDO 250 kW 280 deg to SoEaAS Learning English
0030-0100  9790 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Learning English
0030-0100 12015 UDO 250 kW 030 deg to EaAS Learning English
0030-0100 15290 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Learning English
0030-0100 17820 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Learning English
0000-0300  6030 GB  250 kW 225 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0000-0300  7365 GB  250 kW 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0100-0200  7430 KWT 250 kW 082 deg to SoAS English
0100-0200  9780 IRA 250 kW 356 deg to SoAS English
0100-0200 15205 UDO 250 kW 292 deg to SoAS English
0100-0300  9370 KWT 250 kW 080 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
0100-0300 11895 IRA 250 kW 340 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
0100-0300 12035 KWT 250 kW 078 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
0130-0200  9825 GB  250 kW 172 deg to SoAM Learning English Tue-Sat
0130-0230 11565 KWT 250 kW 070 deg to WeAS Dari Radio Ashna
0130-0230 15090 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Dari Radio Ashna
0130-0300  7305 UDO 250 kW 276 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
0130-0300 15115 PHT 250 kW 283 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
0130-0300 17780 PHT 250 kW 283 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
0230-0300  5745 GB  250 kW 190 deg to Cuba Radiogram Sun
0300-0330  6135 SMG 250 kW 146 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
0300-0330  7260 SAO 100 kW 052 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
0300-0330  9815 NAU 250 kW 160 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
0300-0400  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
0300-0400  6030 GB  250 kW 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti Tue-Sun
0300-0400  6080 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to CeSoAF English
0300-0400  7365 GB  250 kW 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti Tue-Sun
0300-0400  9370 KWT 250 kW 080 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
0300-0400  9885 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
0300-0400 11895 KWT 250 kW 078 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
0300-0400 12035 KWT 250 kW 078 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
0300-0400 15130 UDO 250 kW 313 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0300-0400 17735 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0300-0400 21460 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Mon
0300-0400 21470 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Tue
0300-0400 21480 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Wed
0300-0400 21490 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Thu
0300-0400 21500 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Fri
0300-0400 21515 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sat
0300-0400 21530 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sun
0330-0400  7325 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda
0330-0400  7340 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda
0330-0400 11750 SMG 250 kW 130 deg to EaAF Somali
0330-0400 11905 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda
0330-0400 13680 IRA 250 kW 275 deg to EaAF Somali
0330-0400 15620 IRA 250 kW 267 deg to EaAF Somali
0400-0430  7325 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda Sat/Sun
0400-0430  7340 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda Sat/Sun
0400-0430  9885 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
0400-0430 11905 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda Sat/Sun
0400-0500  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
0400-0500  4960 SAO 100 kW 030 deg to WeCeAF English
0400-0500  6080 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to CeSoAF English
0400-0500 12025 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
0400-0500 15155 UDO 250 kW 313 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0400-0500 17735 UDO 250 kW 324 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0400-0500 21455 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Mon
0400-0500 21465 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Tue
0400-0500 21500 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Wed
0400-0500 21510 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Thu
0400-0500 21530 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Fri
0400-0500 21550 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sat
0400-0500 21570 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sun
0400-0700  6030 GB  250 kW 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti Tue-Sun
0400-0700  7405 GB  250 kW 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti Tue-Sun
0500-0530  4960 SAO 100 kW 030 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
0500-0530  6035 ASC 250 kW 027 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
0500-0530  6095 SAO 100 kW 000 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
0500-0600  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
0500-0600  6080 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to CeSoAF English
0500-0600 11905 SMG 250 kW 114 deg to WeAS Kurdish
0500-0600 12025 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to CeSoAF English
0500-0600 15265 UDO 250 kW 313 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0500-0600 15525 IRA 250 kW 316 deg to WeAS Kurdish
0500-0600 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
0500-0600 17490 UDO 250 kW 324 deg to CeAS Tibetan
0500-0600 17870 IRA 250 kW 299 deg to WeAS Kurdish
0500-0600 21460 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Mon
0500-0600 21470 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Tue
0500-0600 21480 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Wed
0500-0600 21490 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Thu
0500-0600 21510 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Fri
0500-0600 21530 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sat
0500-0600 21545 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sun
0530-0600  4960 SAO 100 kW 030 deg to WeCeAF French Mon-Fri
0530-0600  6095 SAO 100 kW 000 deg to WeCeAF French Mon-Fri
0530-0600  9885 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF French Mon-Fri
0530-0600 13830 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to CeAF French Mon-Fri

0600-0630  4960 SAO 100 kW 030 deg to WeCeAF French Mon-Fri
0600-0630  6095 SAO 100 kW 000 deg to WeCeAF French Mon-Fri
0600-0630  9885 GB  250 kW 091 deg to CeAF French Mon-Fri
0600-0630 13830 IRA 250 kW 279 deg to CeAF French Mon-Fri
0600-0700  6080 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to CeSoAF English
0600-0700 12025 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to CeSoAF English
0600-0700 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
0700-0730  4960 SAO 100 kW 030 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
0700-0730 NF11885 SAO 100 kW 020 deg to WeCeAF Hausa, ex11785
0700-0730 13725 SAO 100 kW 000 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
0700-0900  5980 GB  250 kW 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti Tue-Sun
0700-0900  6030 GB  250 kW 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti Tue-Sun
0900-1000  5980 GB  250 kW 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0900-1000  6030 GB  250 kW 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
0900-1100 11825 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Chinese
0900-1100 11965 UDO 250 kW 006 deg to EaAS Chinese
0900-1100 13740 UDO 250 kW 018 deg to EaAS Chinese
0900-1100 17485 UDO 250 kW 030 deg to EaAS Chinese
0900-1100 21695 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Chinese
1000-1200  6030 GB  250 kW 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1000-1200  9805 GB  250 kW 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1100-1130 12030 SAO 100 kW 076 deg to WeCeAF French Sat
1100-1130 13735 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to WeCeAF French Sat
1100-1130 15715 GB  250 kW 094 deg to WeCeAF French Sat
1100-1130 17850 IRA 250 kW 271 deg to WeCeAF French Sat
1100-1200  6110 UDO 250 kW 030 deg to EaAS Chinese
1100-1200  9845 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to EaAS Chinese
1100-1200 11785 UDO 250 kW 006 deg to EaAS Chinese
1100-1200 11825 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Chinese
1130-1230 11965 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
1130-1230 15555 PHT 250 kW 283 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
1130-1230 17680 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to SoEaAS Burmese

1200-1300  6110 UDO 250 kW 030 deg to EaAS Chinese
1200-1300  7225 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Korean
1200-1300  7405 GB  250 kW 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1200-1300  7575 UDO 250 kW 018 deg to EaAS English
1200-1300  9490 TIN 250 kW 333 deg to EaAS Korean
1200-1300  9510 PHT 250 kW 283 deg to SoEaAS English
1200-1300  9805 GB  250 kW 183 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1200-1300 11785 UDO 250 kW 006 deg to EaAS Chinese
1200-1300 11825 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Chinese
1200-1300 12075 PHT 125 kW 349 deg to SoEaAS English
1200-1300 12150 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to EaAS English
1200-1300 15250 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to EaAS Chinese
1200-1300 15775 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Korean
1230-1300  9695 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Laotian
1230-1300 11965 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Laotian
1300-1330  6095 GB  250 kW 190 deg to Cuba Radiogram Sun
1300-1400  6110 PHT 250 kW 332 deg to EaAS Chinese
1300-1400  7225 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Korean
1300-1400  7365 UDO 250 kW 054 deg to CeAS Cantonese
1300-1400  7405 GB  250 kW 205 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1300-1400  7495 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1300-1400  7575 UDO 250 kW 018 deg to SoEaAS English Sat/Sun
1300-1400  9310 IRA 250 kW 334 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1300-1400  9510 PHT 250 kW 283 deg to SoEaAS English Sat/Sun
1300-1400  9695 UDO 250 kW 311 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1300-1400 11785 UDO 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Chinese
1300-1400 11805 SAI 100 kW 310 deg to EaAS Chinese
1300-1400 11935 TIN 250 kW 333 deg to EaAS Korean
1300-1400 11990 NVS 250 kW 120 deg to EaAS Chinese
1300-1400 12075 TIN 250 kW 049 deg to SoEaAS English Sat/Sun
1300-1400 12150 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to EaAS English Sat/Sun
1300-1400 13690 IRA 250 kW 340 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1300-1400 13820 GB  250 kW 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1300-1400 15115 UDO 250 kW 014 deg to EaAS Chinese
1300-1400 15170 IRA 250 kW 267 deg to EaAF Somali
1300-1400 15775 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Korean
1300-1400 17530 SMG 250 kW 139 deg to EaAF Somali
1330-1430 11695 IRA 250 kW 073 deg to SoEaAS Khmer
1400-1500  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
1400-1500  6080 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to SoAF English
1400-1500  6110 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Chinese
1400-1500  7225 TIN 250 kW 329 deg to EaAS Korean
1400-1500  7365 PHT 250 kW 332 deg to CeAS Cantonese
1400-1500  7495 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1400-1500  7575 UDO 250 kW 268 deg to SoAS English Mon-Fri
1400-1500  9310 IRA 250 kW 334 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1400-1500  9695 UDO 250 kW 311 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1400-1500  9845 UDO 250 kW 030 deg to EaAS Chinese
1400-1500  9850 BIB 100 kW 105 deg to WeAS Kurdish
1400-1500  9920 UDO 250 kW 324 deg to CeAS Tibetan
1400-1500 11615 PHT 250 kW 332 deg to CeAS Chinese
1400-1500 11935 TIN 250 kW 333 deg to EaAS Korean
1400-1500 11990 NVS 250 kW 120 deg to EaAS Chinese
1400-1500 12040 PHT 250 kW 332 deg to EaAS Chinese
1400-1500 12150 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoAS English Mon-Fri
1400-1500 13690 LAM 100 kW 092 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1400-1500 NF15490 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS English Mon-Fri, ex12120
1400-1500 15775 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Korean
1400-1500 15580 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to SoAF English
1400-1500 17505 LAM 100 kW 077 deg to CeAS Tibetan Mon
1400-1500 17530 LAM 100 kW 077 deg to CeAS Tibetan Tue
1400-1500 17540 LAM 100 kW 077 deg to CeAS Tibetan Wed
1400-1500 17560 LAM 100 kW 077 deg to CeAS Tibetan Thu
1400-1500 17570 LAM 100 kW 077 deg to CeAS Tibetan Fri
1400-1500 17580 LAM 100 kW 077 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sun
1400-1500 17590 LAM 100 kW 077 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sat
1400-1500 17740 UDO 250 kW 321 deg to CeAS Tibetan
1400-1500 17870 IRA 250 kW 299 deg to WeAS Kurdish
1400-1800 11930 GB  250 kW 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1400-1800 13820 GB  250 kW 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1430-1500 12075 TIN 250 kW 287 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
1430-1530  9335 KWT 250 kW 070 deg to WeAS Pashto Radio Ashna
1430-1530  9790 KWT 250 kW 080 deg to WeAS Pashto Radio Ashna
1430-1530 11965 IRA 250 kW 057 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
1430-1530 15090 KWT 250 kW 070 deg to WeAS Pashto Radio Ashna
1430-1630  5880 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
1430-1630  9320 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
1500-1530  9540 UDO 250 kW 316 deg to CeAS Uzbek
1500-1530  9580 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to CeAS Uzbek
1500-1530 11920 SMG 250 kW 073 deg to CeAS Uzbek
1500-1530 12085 SAO 100 kW 000 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
1500-1530 13725 SAO 100 kW 020 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
1500-1530 15100 KWT 250 kW 046 deg to CeAS Uzbek Tue/Sat
1500-1530 15120 KWT 250 kW 046 deg to CeAS Uzbek Sun
1500-1530 15140 KWT 250 kW 046 deg to CeAS Uzbek Mon
1500-1530 15255 KWT 250 kW 046 deg to CeAS Uzbek Wed
1500-1530 15285 KWT 250 kW 046 deg to CeAS Uzbek Thu
1500-1530 15290 KWT 250 kW 046 deg to CeAS Uzbek Fri
1500-1530 17690 SMG 250 kW 184 deg to WeCeAF Hausa
1500-1600  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
1500-1600  6080 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to SoAF English
1500-1600  6140 UDO 250 kW 284 deg to SoAS Learning English
1500-1600  7495 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1500-1600  7540 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoAS Learning English
1500-1600  7575 UDO 250 kW 268 deg to SoAS English
1500-1600  9310 IRA 250 kW 334 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1500-1600  9355 UDO 250 kW 311 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1500-1600  9400 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Learning English
1500-1600 12150 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoAS English
1500-1600 13690 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1500-1600 NF15490 UDO 250 kW 284 deg to SoAS English, ex12120
1500-1600 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
1500-1600 17895 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to CeSoAF English
1530-1630  9335 KWT 250 kW 070 deg to WeAS Dari Radio Ashna
1530-1630  9790 KWT 250 kW 080 deg to WeAS Dari Radio Ashna
1530-1630 15090 KWT 250 kW 070 deg to WeAS Dari Radio Ashna
1600-1630 12080 MEY 250 kW 015 deg to SoAF Kirunda Sat
1600-1630 15460 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to SoAF Kirunda Sat
1600-1630 17530 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to SoAF Kirunda Sat
1600-1630 17860 GB  250 kW 045 deg to WeEUR Radiogram Sat
1600-1700  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
1600-1700  6080 SAO 100 kW 138 deg to SoAF English
1600-1700  7475 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to SoAS Bangla
1600-1700  7495 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1600-1700  7545 PHT 250 kW 332 deg to CeAS Tibetan
1600-1700  9310 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1600-1700  9355 UDO 250 kW 311 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1600-1700  9565 UDO 250 kW 304 deg to CeAS Tibetan
1600-1700  9965 PHT 250 kW 315 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1600-1700 11790 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to SoAS Bangla
1600-1700 11915 SAO 100 kW 114 deg to CeAF Learning English
1600-1700 12055 SMG 250 kW 130 deg to EaAF Somali
1600-1700 13570 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF Learning English
1600-1700 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
1600-1700 15620 KWT 250 kW 185 deg to EaAF Somali
1600-1700 15630 BIB 100 kW 085 deg to CeAS Tibetan Mon/Wed/Fri
1600-1700 15640 BIB 100 kW 085 deg to CeAS Tibetan Tue/Thu
1600-1700 15760 BIB 100 kW 085 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sat
1600-1700 15780 BIB 100 kW 085 deg to CeAS Tibetan Sun
1600-1700 17895 IRA 250 kW 275 deg to CeSoAF Learning English
1630-1700 11655 ISS 250 kW 150 deg to SDN  English South Sudan Mon-Fri
1630-1700 11835 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to CeAF Swahili
1630-1700 11905 NAU 250 kW 150 deg to SDN  English South Sudan Mon-Fri
1630-1700 13630 IRA 250 kW 255 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese Fri
1630-1700 13870 ISS 250 kW 150 deg to SDN  English South Sudan Mon-Fri
1630-1700 15720 GB  250 kW 094 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese Fri
1630-1700 15265 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to CeAF Swahili
1630-1700 15460 SAO 100 kW 112 deg to CeAF Swahili
1630-1730  9335 KWT 250 kW 070 deg to WeAS Pashto Radio Ashna
1630-1730  9790 PHT 250 kW 283 deg to WeAS Pashto Radio Ashna
1630-1730 11580 KWT 250 kW 070 deg to WeAS Pashto Radio Ashna
1700-1730 12055 SMG 250 kW 130 deg to EaAF Somali
1700-1730 13630 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese
1700-1730 13680 KWT 250 kW 185 deg to EaAF Somali
1700-1730 15720 GB  250 kW 094 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese
1700-1730 17895 IRA 250 kW 255 deg to CeAF English
1700-1800  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele
1700-1800  5940 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele
1700-1800  6080 SAO 100 kW 330 deg to CeAF English
1700-1800  7365 BIB 100 kW 105 deg to WeAS Kurdish
1700-1800  7495 IRA 250 kW 340 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1700-1800  9310 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1700-1800  9780 ISS 250 kW 090 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1700-1800  9850 BIB 100 kW 105 deg to WeAS Kurdish
1700-1800  9965 UDO 250 kW 311 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1700-1800 11795 SMG 250 kW 184 deg to WeCeAF English
1700-1800 11985 IRA 250 kW 315 deg to WeAS Kurdish
1700-1800 15455 SAO 100 kW 126 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele
1700-1800 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
1730-1800  7435 KWT 250 kW 058 deg to CeAS Azeri
1730-1800  9490 BIB 100 kW 088 deg to CeAS Azeri
1730-1800 11760 SMG 250 kW 073 deg to CeAS Azeri
1730-1800 11905 KWT 250 kW 185 deg to EaAF Afan Oromo Mon-Fri
1730-1800 11925 LAM 100 kW 132 deg to EaAF Afan Oromo Mon-Fri
1730-1800 12005 SAO 100 kW 076 deg to EaAF Afan Oromo Mon-Fri
1730-1800 12055 SMG 250 kW 130 deg to EaAF Somali
1730-1800 12140 IRA 250 kW 275 deg to EaAF Afan Oromo Mon-Fri
1730-1800 13630 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese
1730-1800 13680 IRA 250 kW 263 deg to EaAF Somali
1730-1800 13870 UDO 250 kW 276 deg to EaAF Afan Oromo Mon-Fri
1730-1800 15720 GB  250 kW 094 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese
1730-1800 17895 GB  250 kW 094 deg to CeSoAF English

1800-1830  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English Sat/Sun
1800-1830  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele Mon-Fri
1800-1830  5940 SAO 100 kW 126 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele
1800-1830  6080 SAO 100 kW 335 deg to WeCeAF English
1800-1830  9645 NAU 250 kW 160 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
1800-1830 11615 SMG 250 kW 146 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
1800-1830 13630 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese Mon-Fri
1800-1830 13715 SAO 100 kW 052 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
1800-1830 15720 IRA 250 kW 255 deg to CeSoAF Portuguese Mon-Fri
1800-1830 15455 IRA 250 kW 251 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele
1800-1830 15580 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to CeSoAF English
1800-1830 17895 GB  250 kW 094 deg to CeSoAF English
1800-1900  7495 IRA 250 kW 340 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1800-1900  9310 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1800-1900  9780 UDO 250 kW 300 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1800-1900  9965 UDO 250 kW 311 deg to WeAS Pashto Deewa Radio
1800-1900 11905 KWT 250 kW 185 deg to EaAF Amharic
1800-1900 11925 ISS 250 kW 130 deg to EaAF Amharic
1800-1900 12005 ISS 250 kW 130 deg to EaAF Amharic
1800-1900 12140 IRA 250 kW 275 deg to EaAF Amharic
1800-1900 13870 NAU 250 kW 140 deg to EaAF Amharic
1800-2000 11930 GB  250 kW 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1800-2000 13820 GB  250 kW 174 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
1830-1900  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
1830-1900  5940 SAO 100 kW 126 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele
1830-1900 NF11865 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda
1830-1900 NF13660 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to SoAF Kinyarwanda
1830-1900 15455 IRA 250 kW 251 deg to ZWE  English/Shona/Ndebele
1830-1900 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeSoAF English
1830-1930  9815 IRA 250 kW 271 deg to CeAF French
1830-1930 17530 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to CeAF French
1900-1930  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
1900-1930  9600 NAU 250 kW 155 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
1900-1930  9775 SMG 250 kW 146 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
1900-1930  9850 SMG 250 kW 184 deg to CeSoAF English
1900-1930 11830 KWT 250 kW 235 deg to SDN  Arabic Afia Darfur
1900-1930 11905 DHA 250 kW 225 deg to EaAF Tigrigna Mon-Fri
1900-1930 11925 ISS 250 kW 130 deg to EaAF Tigrigna Mon-Fri
1900-1930 12005 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to EaAF Tigrigna Mon-Fri
1900-1930 12140 IRA 250 kW 275 deg to EaAF Tigrigna Mon-Fri
1900-1930 13870 NAU 250 kW 140 deg to EaAF Tigrigna Mon-Fri
1900-1930 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeSoAF English
1900-2000  7485 IRA 250 kW 344 deg to SoAS Learning English
1900-2100  5900 PHT 250 kW 021 deg to EaAS Korean
1900-2100  7365 UDO 250 kW 038 deg to EaAS Korean
1900-2100  9490 UDO 250 kW 038 deg to EaAS Korean
1930-2000  9815 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to CeAF French
1930-2000 15670 GB  250 kW 045 deg to WeEUR Radiogram Sun
1930-2000 17530 GB  250 kW 094 deg to WeAF French
1930-2030  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
1930-2030 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeSoAF English
2000-2030  6005 SAO 100 kW 100 deg to CeAF French
2000-2030  9815 BOT 100 kW 010 deg to CeAF French
2000-2030 11900 SAO 100 kW 114 deg to WeAF French
2000-2030 15730 GB  250 kW 094 deg to WeAF French
2000-2030 17530 GB  250 kW 094 deg to WeAF French
2000-2400  9565 GB  250 kW 164 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2000-2400 11930 GB  250 kW 184 deg to Cuba Spanish Radio Marti
2030-2100  4930 BOT 100 kW 020 deg to SoAF English
2030-2100  4940 SAO 100 kW 030 deg to WeCeAF Hausa Mon-Fri
2030-2100  4940 SAO 100 kW 030 deg to WeCeAF English Sat/Sun
2030-2100  6035 SAO 100 kW 000 deg to WeCeAF Hausa Mon-Fri
2030-2100  6080 SAO 100 kW 010 deg to CeAF English
2030-2100  7325 SAO 100 kW 335 deg to WeCeAF Hausa Mon-Fri
2030-2100  9815 NAU 250 kW 200 deg to WeCeAF Hausa Mon-Fri
2030-2100  9885 SAO 100 kW 335 deg to WeCeAF Hausa Sat
2030-2100  9885 SAO 100 kW 335 deg to WeCeAF French Sun
2030-2100 11885 SAO 100 kW 020 deg to WeCeAF Hausa Mon-Fri
2030-2100 11900 IRA 250 kW 255 deg to CeAF French Sat/Sun
2030-2100 15185 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF French Sat/Sun
2030-2100 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
2030-2100 15730 GB  250 kW 094 deg to WeAF Hausa Sat
2030-2100 15730 GB  250 kW 094 deg to WeAF French Sun
2100-2130  9690 SAO 100 kW 010 deg to CeAF French
2100-2130  9815 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF French
2100-2130  9885 SAO 100 kW 335 deg to WeCeAF French
2100-2130 11900 IRA 250 kW 114 deg to WeAF French
2100-2200  6080 SAO 100 kW 010 deg to CeAF English
2100-2200 15580 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to CeAF English
2130-2200  7310 SAO 100 kW 335 deg to WeAF Bambara Mon-Fri
2130-2200  9620 SAO 100 kW 335 deg to WeAF Bambara Mon-Fri
2130-2200 12005 BOT 100 kW 350 deg to WeAF Bambara Mon-Fri
2130-2200 13670 GB  250 kW 094 deg to WeAF Bambara Mon-Fri
2200-2230  5905 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Khmer
2200-2230  9320 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Khmer
2200-2300  5895 IRA 250 kW 065 deg to SoEaAS English Sun-Thu
2200-2300  5915 UDO 250 kW 018 deg to EaAS English Sun-Thu
2200-2300  6135 UDO 250 kW 030 deg to EaAS Chinese
2200-2300  7480 KWT 250 kW 058 deg to SoAS English Sun-Thu
2200-2300  7575 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS English Sun-Thu
2200-2300  9845 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Chinese
2200-2300 12150 TIN 250 kW 313 deg to EaAS English Sun-Thu
2230-2300  7460 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Learning English
2230-2300  9570 UDO 250 kW 018 deg to EaAS Learning English
2230-2300 11840 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Learning English
2300-2400  5895 PHT 250 kW 275 deg to SoEaAS English
2300-2400  6185 UDO 250 kW 280 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
2300-2400  7430 IRA 250 kW 057 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
2300-2400  7460 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Learning English
2300-2400  7480 UDO 250 kW 018 deg to EaAS English
2300-2400  7575 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS English
2300-2400  9325 PHT 250 kW 270 deg to SoEaAS Burmese
2300-2400  9570 UDO 250 kW 018 deg to EaAS Learning English
2300-2400 11840 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS Learning English
2300-2400 12150 PHT 250 kW 349 deg to EaAS English
(DX MIX News, Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Aug 13)

USA   VOA Bethany site tour video.

Via Rob Wagner posting to the WRTH FB page:
There's a wonderful video tour of the VOA Bethany transmitter site /
museum that was just released two weeks ago. Well worth a look for all
DXers and SWLs. There are multiple download options for viewing the
program - take your pick. The links are at the MEDXR Blog:
<http://medxr.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/visit-fascinating-voa-museum.html>
(Mike Barraclough-UK, BrDXC-UK ng Aug 15)

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TAIWAN   First Ampegon Shortwave Transmitter ready for delivery.
After the successful introduction and launch of Ampegon in November 2012,
we are delighted to present the first Ampegon shortwave transmitter ready
for shipment.

The 300 kW shortwave transmitter supports both AM analog and DRM digital
operation and is a part delivery for an important radio broadcast
modernisation project in Asia. The full turnkey system which has been
contracted to Ampegon includes the supply, installation, commissioning and
acceptance of a total of five 300 kW shortwave transmitters, five rigid
dipole antennas as well as two broadcasting control systems. The complete
installation will be operational mid 2013.
( <www.ampegon.com> , Dec 21, 2012)

TAIWAN   World's biggest shortwave modernization project under execution
in Taiwan

Ampegon has been contracted to supply the full turnkey system.

Turgi, Switzerland, July 18, 2013. Ampegon has received the third part of
an ongoing contract by RTI Radio Taiwan International to upgrade two radio
transmission sites in Taiwan. In cooperation with the local partner
Techway Engineering Ltd, Ampegon will manufacture, install and commission
a total of ten 300 kW DRM shortwave transmitters and twelve rigid dipole
broadcast antennas HR2/2/0.3 securing low and efficient maintenance works.

The transmitters are manufactured in Turgi, Switzerland while the antennas
are designed in and delivered from Schifferstadt, Germany. At the first
site near Taipeh four transmitters and two antennas will be installed, at
the second site six transmitters and ten antennas. The new infrastructure
is partially on air since May 2013 with two most modern transmitters and
antennas and planned to be completed in several steps until autumn 2014.

Chi-Ming Wang, Director Engineering at RTI, is extremely satisfied with
Ampegon as partner for the project: "Ampegon is very experienced and has
delivered shortwave transmitters for us thirty years ago that still work
to our full satisfaction. Ampegon offers a complete solution approach
including transmitters, antennas, control systems and DRM integration. In
addition Ampegon provides the best price/performance ratio".

Significant benefit for the customer is a reduction in energy consumption
by replacing the old equipment which leads to operation at higher
efficiency rates. Savings in other operational costs are reached by a
fully automated transmitter based on StationMaster Plus control system and
because of a decrease in the amount of spare parts due to the market
leading technology selected.

The challenges of this project are short delivery periods and the
management of local logistics including building and feeder line
modifications, while keeping existing old transmitters and antennas on
air.

This is the largest contract for Ampegon since execution of the name
change in November 2012. It means a significant factory load through 2014
for the locations Turgi and Schifferstadt. The project highlights that AM
/ DRM radio broadcasting keeps its important role in Asia and other areas
of the world.
( <www.ampegon.com> , July 18)

INDIA   Ampegon delivers two 100 kW Shortwave Transmission Systems to All
India Radio.

All India Radio (AIR), India's National Broadcaster and the premier Public
Service Broadcaster of the subcontinent, has ordered two 100 kW shortwave
transmitters from Ampegon. The new systems will replace existing analogue
transmitters with four tubes by modern analogue/digital transmitters
having single tube and hence a much better overall efficiency. The
transmitters will operate with the new Ampegon control system to optimize
DRM performance, an important factor in the growing Indian DRM market.

All India Radio has selected Ampegon as supplier because of the expertise
and the reliability of their transmitters well known since decades. AIR is
already using many different Ampegon AM/DRM radio transmitters which have
been delivered between 1983 and 2012.

The transmitters will be manufactured in Turgi, Switzerland. Factory tests
together with AIR engineers are planned for January and shipment for
February 2014. Thereafter AIR will install the transmitters at a site near
New Delhi. Commissioning together with an Ampegon engineer will start in
August 2014. The new transmitters are expected to be on air in October
2014.

They will be partially used for DRM digital broadcasting and partially for
analogue transmission. Furthermore AIR has plans to upgrade 36 of the
existing AM mediumwave and 4 of the existing AM shortwave transmitters for
DRM digital broadcasting.

AIR originates programming in 23 languages and 146 dialects. AIR operates
244 FM transmitters for coverage of 29.4% surface area and 41.6% of the
population. AIR also operates mediumwave transmitters which cover 92%
surface area and 99% of the population. Further AIR operates 48 shortwave
transmitters. 21 of them are 500 kW or 250 kW shortwave transmitters and
are used for external international services. 27 of them are 50 or 100 kW
shortwave transmitters and are used for local services and for coverage of
neighboring countries.
( <www.ampegon.com> , Aug 15) supposed to be delivered to AIR Aligarh site?

Thomson / Ampegon antenna doc. Interesting new HP-RCA 4/4 antenna & pdf

<http://www.thomson-broadcast.com/sites/default/files/Products/TRB-HP-RCA%20_Antenna_Systems_R1.01.pdf>
(Ian Baxter-AUS, SW TXsite July 29)

Best regards,

Michael Bethge

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