WORLDWIDE DX CLUB Top News - BC-DX 1180 - 14 Oct 2014

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compiled by Wolfgang Büschel, Germany




ARMENIA/BULGARIA/FRANCE/MADAGASCAR/MOLDOVA/PHILIPPINES/TAJIKISTAN/
UZBEKISTAN

WRN brokery frequency list in B-14 season, from October 26, 2014.

 6260 0001-0400 41N         TAC 100 153 Hin        UZB CVC WRN
 9975 0100-0400 41N         TAC 100 186 Hin        UZB CVC WRN
13630 0400-1100 41N         TAC 100 153 Hin        UZB CVC WRN
17860 1100-1200 49NE        DB  200 125 Lao        TJK WRN WRN
                            ? KMS - Khmer M'Chas Srok?
15420 1100-1300 54NE        PUG 125 222 Eng SarawakPHL WRN WRN
15430 1100-1300 54NE        PUG 125 222 Eng SarawakPHL WRN WRN
 9500 1100-1400 41N         TAC 100 153 Hin        UZB CVC WRN
 9320 1230-1330 44NE        TAC 100 76  Kor NKRR   UZB WRN WRN
11570 1230-1430 44NE        TAC 100 76  Kor NKRR   UZB WRN WRN
11860 1300-1400 44NE        PUG 125 10  Kor        PHL WRN WRN
                            Voice of Wilderness
 7590 1300-1430 44NE        TAC 100 71  Kor        UZB WRN WRN
                            Radio Free Chosun
 7555 1300-1500 44NE        TAC 100 70  Kor        UZB WRN WRN
                            Radio Free Chosun
15630 1300-1500 44NE        DB  100 71  Kor        TJK WRN WRN
                            Radio Free Chosun
11860 1400-1430 44NE        PUG 125 10  Kor Sun    PHL WRN WRN
                            Voice of Wilderness
 6260 1400-2000 41N         TAC 100 153 Hin        UZB CVC WRN
 7595 1430-1530 44NE        TAC 100 71  Kor        UZB WRN WRN
                            Radio Free North Korea
 9500 1430-1530 44NE        PUG 125 10  Kor        PHL WRN WRN
                            Voice of Wilderness
11560 1430-1530 49NW        DB  100 125 Mya        TJK DVB WRN
11695 1430-1530 44NE        PUG 125 10  Kor        PHL WRN WRN
                            Voice of Wilderness
11570 1430-1630 44NE        DB  200 71  Kor        TJK WRN WRN
                            Radio Free Chosun
 7550 1500-1600 44NE        TAC 100 70  Kor        UZB WRN WRN
                            Radio Free North Korea
 7540 1530-1630 44NE        DB  200 71  Kor        TJK WRN WRN
                            Radio Free North Korea
 9515 1530-1630 44NE        TAC 100 76  Kor        UZB WRN WRN
15515 1530-1700 40          ISS 500 91  Mul        F   WRN MBR
                            ? Radio Mehr Iranian ?
 7505 1600-1730 44NE        TAC 100 76  Kor Su-Fr  UZB WRN WRN
                            Voice of Martyrs
 7515 1600-1730 44NE        TAC 100 71  Kor Su-Fr  UZB WRN WRN
                            Voice of Martyrs
 9900 1600-1730 44NE        TAC 100 76  Kor        UZB WRN WRN
                            Voice of Martyrs
15680 1630-1700 40          ISS 500 91  Mul        F   WRN MBR
                            Radio Mehr Iranian
 7550 1700-1730 40          KCH 100 100 Far Mo-Fr  MDA WRN WRN
                            ? Radio Ranginkaman (Rainbow) ?
 9925 1700-1730 40          SOF 100 95  Far Mo-Fr  BUL WRN WRN
11560 1700-1800 48NW        SOF  50 156 Eri        BUL WRN WRN
                            Dimtse Radio Erena
11855 1700-1800 48NW        SOF  50 156 Eri        BUL WRN WRN
                            Dimtse Radio Erena
 5870 1900-2000 27,28       SOF 100 320 EngDRM     BUL WRN SPC
 5920 1900-2000 27,28       SOF 100 320 EngDRM     BUL WRN SPC
 7375 1900-2000 44NE        DB  100 71  Kor        TJK WRN WRN
                            Voice of Wilderness
 5820 1930-2000 46-48,52-53 MDC 125 315 Eng Mo-Fr  MDG RTÉ WRN
 7375 2000-2030 44NE        DB  100 71  Kor Sat    TJK WRN WRN
                            Voice of Wilderness
 7505 2000-2100 44NE        DB  100 71  Kor        TJK WRN WRN
                            Voice of Wilderness
 7460 2300-2330 49NE        TAC 100 123 Lao        UZB WRN WRN
                            CMN Khmer Radio
 7500 2300-2330 49NE        TAC 100 123 Lao        UZB WRN WRN
                            CMN Khmer Radio
 9445 2300-2330 49NE        DB  200 125 Lao        TJK WRN WRN
                            CMN Khmer Radio
 9940 2300-2330 49NE        TAC 100 123 Lao        UZB WRN WRN
                            CMN Khmer Radio
 7510 2330-0030 49NW        ERV 300 100 Mya        ARM DVB WRN
11595 2330-0030 49NW        ERV 300 100 Mya        ARM DVB WRN
{wooden reservation, DVB to be ceased after 21 years on opposite radio
service, end on Oct 25th, 2014, wb.}
(Oct 12)

AUSTRALIA/PALAU/SINGAPORE/UAE

Radio Australia B-14 schedule, from 26 Oct 2014.

 2325 0830-2130 55                       TEN  50 0   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 2485 0830-2130 55                       KTH  50 0   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 4835 0830-2130 55                       ALI  50 0   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 4835 2130-0830 55                       ALI  50 0   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 4910 2130-0830 55                       TEN  50 0   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 5025 2130-0830 55                       KTH  50 0   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 5940 1300-1700 49,50,51W,54E,55         SHP 100 334 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 5955 2300-2330 49NW                     DHA 500 85  1.....7 Eng   UAE BAB
 5955 2300-2330 49NW                     DHA 500 85  .23456. Mya   UAE BAB
 5995 0800-1200 51,64,65                 BRN  25 10  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 5995 1200-1400 51,64,65                 BRN  25 10  1234567 MulDRMAUS ABC
 5995 1400-1800 45,51E,55E,56,60         SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6020 0900-1400 45,51E,55E,56,60         SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6080 0900-1100 50,51,54                 SHP 100 5   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6080 1100-1300 50,51,54                 SHP 100 5   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6080 1400-1800 49,50,51W,54E,55         SHP 100 334 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6080 1730-1800 50,51,54                 SHP 100 5   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6080 1800-2030 50,51,54                 SHP 100 5   1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6140 1100-1300 49                       SNG 100 13  1234567 Eng   SNG BAB
 6150 0900-1400 45,51E,55E,56,60         SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 6150 1400-2200 45,51E,55,56,59,60       SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 7240 1400-1500 51E,54E,55E,56           SHP 100 40  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 7240 1500-1700 51E,54E,55E,56           SHP 100 40  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 7410 0700-0900 45,51E,55E,56,60         SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9475 0700-0900 42,43,44,45,51,50,54,64  SHP 100 353 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9475 0900-1100 6,7,10,45,51E,56,65      SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9475 1100-1700 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9475 1700-1900 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9475 1900-2200 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9500 1700-2030 29,42,43,44,45,51-54,64  SHP 100 353 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9500 2030-2200 29,42,43,44,45,51-54,64  SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9580 0800-1000 6,7,10,56,60N,62         SHP 100 80  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9580 1000-1500 6,7,10,56,60N,62         SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9580 1600-1630 49                       SNG 100 340 1234567 Eng   SNG BAB
 9580 1700-2100 6,7,10,56,60N,62         SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9660 0000-0800 51,64,65                 BRN  25 10  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9660 2100-2400 51,64,65                 BRN  25 10  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9700 2000-2230 29,42,43,44,45,51-54,64  SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9710 0700-1100 42,43,44,45,51,50,64     SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9710 1600-1800 6,7,10,45,51E,56,65      SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9710 1800-2000 6,7,10,45,51E,56,65      SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
 9850 1500-1700 51E,54E,55E,56           SHP 100 40  1234567 Eng   AUS ABC
 9855 2200-2400 49                       DHA 500 90  1234567 Eng   UAE BAB
 9890 2200-2330 54                       DHA 500 105 1234567 Eng   UAE BAB
 9965 1300-1430 43E,44W                  HBN 100 318 1234567 Eng   USA BAB
 9965 1300-1430 43SE,44S,49              HBN 100 318 1234567 Cmn   USA FCC
11650 2000-2200 6,7,10,45,51E,56,65      SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11660 1900-2100 6,7,10,51E,56,61,64,65   SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11660 2100-2200 6,7,10,51E,56,61,64,65   SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11695 2030-2330 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11780 0100-0130 49NW                     SNG 100 340 1.....7 Eng   SNG BAB
11780 0100-0130 49NW                     SNG 100 340 .23456. Mya   SNG BAB
11880 1530-2000 6,7,10,51E,56            SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11880 2000-2100 6,7,10,51E,56            SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11945 0600-0800 45,56,60,62,63,83        SHP 100 100 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11945 0800-1000 45,56,60,62,63,83        SHP 100 100 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
11945 1200-1500 6,7,10,56,60N,62         SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12005 0000-0030 49NW                     SNG 100 340 1.....7 Eng   SNG BAB
12005 0000-0030 49NW                     SNG 100 340 .23456  Mya   SNG BAB
12035 1500-2000 6,7,10,51E,56            SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12065 0730-1100 28,39,40,43,44,50-54     SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12065 1000-1530 6,7,10,56,60N,62         SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12080 0000-0600 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12080 0000-1100 51,56,60,62              BRN  25 80  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12080 1100-1200 51,56,60,62              BRN  25 80  1234567 MulDRMAUS ABC
12080 1800-2400 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12080 2000-2400 51,56,60,62              BRN  25 80  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12085 1100-1300 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12085 1300-1500 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
12085 1500-1800 18,27,28,39,40,44S,50-54 SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
13630 0400-0500 6,7,10,51E,56,62,63,77   SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
13630 0500-0800 6,7,10,51E,56,62,63,77   SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
13630 0800-0900 6,7,10,51E,56,62,63,77   SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
13630 2100-2300 6,7,10,51E,56,61,64,65   SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15150 0100-0500 6,7,10,56,60-63          SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15160 0100-0500 6,7,10,56,60-63          SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15160 0500-0800 6,7,10,56,60-63          SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15240 0000-0900 6,7,10,45,51E,56,65      SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15240 2200-2400 6,7,10,45,51E,56,65      SHP 100 30  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15300 0100-0300 6,7,10,56,60-63          SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15300 0300-0600 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15415 0000-0700 42,43,44,45,51,50,64     SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15415 2000-2200 42,43,44,45,51,50,64     SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15415 2200-2400 42,43,44,45,51,50,64     SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15515 0200-0300 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15515 0300-0600 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15515 2000-2300 6,7,10,51E,56            SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
15515 2300-2400 6,7,10,51E,56            SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17715 0000-0300 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17715 2300-2400 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17750 0000-0700 29,42,43,44,50,51W,54E   SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17750 2330-2400 29,42,43,44,50,51W,54E   SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17795 0000-0300 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17795 2300-2400 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 50  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17800 0400-0500 54                       HBN 100 270 1234567 Ind   USA FCC
17800 0400-0500 54                       HBN 100 270 1234567 Eng   USA BAB
17840 0000-0100 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17840 0100-0300 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17840 2100-2400 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17860 0000-0100 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
17860 2100-2400 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
19000 0000-0100 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
19000 0100-0300 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
19000 2300-2400 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 65  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
21725 0200-0300 42,43,44,45,51,50,64     SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
21725 0300-0500 42,43,44,45,51,50,64     SHP 100 355 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
21725 0500-0700 29,42,43,44,50,51W,54E   SHP 100 329 1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
21740 0000-0100 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
21740 2100-2400 6,7,10,51E,56,60-63,77   SHP 100 70  1234567 Mul   AUS ABC
(RA, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

AUSTRIA   Bilder zu: 90 Jahre Rundfunk in Oesterreich, Radiomuseum Groedig
bei Salzburg. Zur Information, viel Freude an den Bildern !
vy 73 Ingo - OE2IKN (via DJ7FN Oct 8)

Hier sind meine Fotos aus Groedig von der 90 Jahrfeier Rundfunk in
Oesterreich am 3. Okt. 2014

<https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/108969791076011283514/albums/6067554539363818113>
(Franz Sonnleitner OE5FSL  <http://www.qth.at/oe5fsl>  Oct 8)

ARGENTINA   Log: 15345.393 kHz / RAE Buenos Aires, Italian at 1920 UT.
Gerade kam die Info aus Buenos Aires: ja die 15345 kHz laeuft wieder.
Damit heute letzte Chance RAE auf 3985 Kall Germany zu hoeren.
(Christian Milling-D, r700 Kall / A-DX Oct 7)

15345.253v  RAE Buenos Aires in Spanisch werktags 22-24 UT Mon-Fri, das
entspricht 2400-0200 Dienstags-Samstags MESZ/CEST. Jetzt hier in Stuttgart
noch mit S=9+10dB zu hoeren, das geht aber nur zu Zeiten der Tag-
/Nachtgleiche im September oder Maerz, in den Hauptwintermonaten ist dann
ueblicherweise keine Ausbreitung mehr im 19mb von ARG nach Europa so spaet
abends zu erwarten.

Das soeben reparierte Harris Schaetzchen aus dem Jahr 1977 ist aber heute
Abend stetig auf Wanderung bis zu 120 Hertz auf und ab, dass man gar nicht
richtig die Traegerfrequenz messen kann, in den letzten Minuten so im
Bereich 15345.160 bis 15345.280 kHz auf und ab wandernd.

Das 3985 Kall Schaetzchen ist dagegen zumindest nach 20 Minuten
Aufwaermzeit stetig auf genauer Frequenz zugange.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 9)

BULGARIA/MOLDOVA/PALAU/TAIWAN   [tentativelly]
BRB - Broadcast Belgium - B-14 brokery.

PROGRAM              TIME(UTC)  FREQ LOC  DAYS   LANGUAGE TARGET AREA

Radio Miraya UNMISS  0300-0600  9940 MDA mtwtfss Arab/Engl   Africa
Denge Kurdistan      0400-2000 11510 MDA mtwtfss Kurdish     ME
Suab Xaa Moo Zoo     1130-1200 11570 TWN mtwtfss Hmong       Asia
Que Me               1200-1230  9930 PAL ----f-  Vietnamese  Asia
The Khmer Post Radio 1200-1300  9960 PAL mtwtfss Khmer       Asia
Radio Xoriyo         1600-1630 17870 SOF m---f-  Somali      Africa
Radio Assenna        1700-1800 15245 SOF m..t.s. Tigrinya/Ar Africa
VoForum of Eritreans 1700-1800 15245 ISS .tw.f.s Tigrinya/Ar Africa
Suab Xaa Moo Zoo     2230-2300  7530 TWN mtwtfss Hmong       Asia

 7390 1600 2000 39,40    KCH 300 116 218 1234567 Kur MDA BRB
 9400 1600 2000 39,40    KCH 300 116 218 1234567 Kur MDA BRB
 9400 0400 1600 39,40    KCH 300 116 218 1234567 Kur MDA BRB
 9930 1200 1230 43,44,49 HBN 100 318 146 .....6. Vie USA BRB
 9940 0300 0600 47,48    KCH 300 180 218 1234567 ArEnMDA MIR
 9960 1200 1300 49,50,54 HBN 100 270 147 1234567 Khm USA FCC
11510 0400 1600 39,40    KCH 300 116 218 1234567 Kur MDA BRB
11510 1600 2000 39,40    KCH 300 116 218 1234567 Kur MDA BRB
(Oct 12)

CANARY ISLANDS    50 A-OS DE RNE EN CANARIAS.
Durante todo este año, Radio Nacional de España (RNE) ha celebrado los 50
años del inicio de sus emisiones en las islas Canarias, que fue el 20 de
septiembre de 1964, con la inauguración del Centro Emisor del Atlantico.
El 18 de julio de 1964 comenzaron las emisiones en pruebas. Desde ese
conjunto de antenas, de onda media y onda corta, se emitieron, en primer
lugar, indicativos con la finalidad de dar a conocer su existencia. Dos
meses y dos dias despues, el 20 de septiembre de 1964, comenzaron las
emisiones regulares la emisora de RNE en Canarias. El centro emisor del
Atlantico estába constituido por tres transmisores, dos de onda corta (con
uña potencia de 50 kilowatios) y una emisora de Onda Media (de 100
kilowatios). Con estos transmisores y antenas se cubría todo el
archipielago canario, las provincias españolas del -frica continental e
Iberoamérica. Entrevistamos a José Antonio Pardellas, que fue locutor,
redactor, director de programas, y que asumio responsabilidades como la
direccion, precisamente, de la emisora de RNE en Canarias (entre 1981 y
1994). Con el hablamos de estos 50 años de la radio publica en las islas
Canarias.
(Resumen del Programa, Amigos de la Onda Corta, Oct 5,
via José Bueno, noticiasdx yg via dxld Oct 8)

CHINA   CHN mainland firedrake music jamming at 0430 UT on Oct 7 on 21530
and 17855 kHz...
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

ECUADOR   6050  Andenstimme KW-Sender Pichincha und ein wenig Info.
Hallo Christoph, hallo Liste,
wir sind froh, dass unsere Ingenieure den betagten Sender wieder flott
bekamen. Neben einigen fetten Wiederstaenden und Kondensatoren wurde auch
die neue Hauptsenderoehre (Svetlana, nicht Taylor ;-)  ) eingesetzt. Es
brauchte seine Zeit, da alles aus den USA importiert werden musste.

Fernziel bleibt ein volltransistorisierter Sender (plug 'n pray) mit einer
Leistung von 10 kW, der im Notfall dann auch am Generator haengt. Die
jetzige Kapazitaet reicht nicht fuer den linearen TX nicht aus.

Kleiner Hinweis fuer alle QSL-Karten- und  Briefmarkensammler: eine Liste
mit den noch verfuegbaren HCJB-QSLs gibt es auf unserer Homepage:

<http://andenstimme.org/empfang/qsl-galerie>

Wir bestaetigen auch die Ausstrahlungen via moderner Medien (Internet
etc.), denn was sollen die schoenen QSLs bei uns vergammeln?! Fuer die
Hardcopy-Rueckantwort (gegen Rueckporto 1 IRC oder Ueberweisung auf das
Konto der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Radio HCJB e.V.) gibt es schoene
ecuadorianische Briefmarken auf dem Briefumschlag ... nix Freistempler :-)

Also mal reinhoeren, sei es ueber Weenermoor oder Quito und den modernen
Medien.

Danke fuer eure Verbundenheit!
Im Namen vom Team der Andenstimme, euer Horst Rosiak-EQA, Oct 6,
(via A-DX Christoph Ratzer-AUT  OE2CRM)

FRANCE   11755  Adventist World Radio - via TDF Issoudun, at 2034-2100* UT
on Oct 4, program of long religious talks in listed Yoruba language
alternating with soft tribal vocals. At 2055 UT woman announcer with ID
and contact information with Lagos, Nigeria address. Instrumental music
until carrier terminated. Poor to fair.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Oct 5)

FRANCE   1278  France Selestat MW to be ceased for ever in 2015. TdF are
going to take the transmitter currently carrying France-Bleu on 1278 kHz
(300 kW) out of service on June 1st 2015. The reason: high maintenance
cost of the transmitter and the bad repair of the premises, the building
would have to be torn down and rebuilt.
(Bernard Enfelder, mwmasts Oct 10)

History: The other {reduced} 200 kW unit of former TDF France Inter
1160/1161 kHz ceased already in Dec 31, 1996,

and in 2004
"1161 kHz 1000 kW Ciel AM Strasbourg" never realized, so 1161 didn't
planned not originate from TDF Selestat site.

"In September 2003 the common transmission wave of 1161 kHz will follow:

Strasbourg Selestat ([maximum usable power of] 1000 kW, screening of 63 kW
towards 90-130 degr BUL/EGY. ITU plan shows maximum power radiation
towards 20 degr at 28-30dB, minimum reduction of 14dB to BUL/EGY at
120 degr, and of 10dB towards UK at 300 degr)."
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 10)

GERMANY  [AUSTRIA/BULGARIA/FRANCE/MADAGASCAR/USA]

MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH (formerly T-SYSTEMS - DTK)
B-14 period (26 Oct 2014 - 28 March 2015)
B-14 operational MBR schedule, planned of Oct 13, 2014. Times are in UTC.

 FREQ STARTSTOP CIRAF       LOC POW AZI TYPE  DAY     LANGU  BRC  ADM FMO

 5975 0400-0430 28SE        ISS 100 95  146 1234567   Bul    AWR  F   AWR
 7315 0300-0330 48          NAU 250 140 216 1234567   Tir    AWR  D   AWR
 9515 2000-2030 37,38W      NAU 100 210 216 1234567   Fra    AWR  D   AWR
 9535 1900-2000 37,38W      NAU 100 215 156 1234567   Ara    AWR  D   AWR
 9610 1000-1100 28W         NAU 100 180 216 1         Ita    AWR  D   AWR
 9805 1900-1930 46W         NAU 250 210 216 1234567   Wol    AWR  D   AWR
 9830 1600-1630 28SE        NAU 100 130 216 1234567   Bul    AWR  D   AWR
 9850 1930-2000 37,38W      NAU 100 210 216 1234567   Shi    AWR  D   AWR
11750 1530-1600 41N         NAU 250 75  218 12347     Eng    AWR  D   AWR
11750 1530-1600 41N         NAU 250 75  218 56        Bod    AWR  D   AWR
11860 1730-1800 37,38W      NAU 100 210 218 1234567   Kab    AWR  D   AWR
11975 0700-0800 37,38W      NAU 100 210 216 1234567   Ara    AWR  D   AWR
12035 1730-1800 48          ISS 250 125 216 1234567   Orm    AWR  F   AWR
15145 0800-0830 37,38W      NAU 100 205 218 1234567   Fra    AWR  D   AWR
15145 0830-0900 37,38W      NAU 100 205 218 1234567   Shi    AWR  D   AWR
15150 1500-1530 41N         NAU 250 90  218 1234567   Pan    AWR  D   AWR
15160 0800-0830 37,38W      NAU 250 210 218 1234567   Kab    AWR  D   AWR
15250 1530-1600 41N         NAU 250 90  218 1234567   Hin    AWR  D   AWR
15480 1300-1330 42,43W      NAU 250 70  218 23456     Cmn    AWR  D   AWR
15480 1300-1330 42,43W      NAU 250 70  218 17        Uig    AWR  D   AWR
15480 1330-1500 42,43W      NAU 250 70  218 1234567   Cmn    AWR  D   AWR
15480 1900-2000 38-48       MDC 250 350 157 1234567   Ara    AWR  MDG AWR
17565 0600-0700 38-48       MDC 250 350 157 1234567   Ara    AWR  MDG AWR
17575 1630-1700 48          NAU 250 140 216 1234567   Som    AWR  D   AWR

 5940 2000-2015 39N         NAU 250 120 216 1234567   Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 5950 0400-0430 39NE,40     NAU 100 110 216 127       Ldd    BVB  D   MBR
 5980 0430-0445 39N         NAU 125 120 216 17        Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 5980 0430-0450 39N         NAU 125 120 216 23456     Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 6030 1900-1915 28,29       NAU 100 90  146 56        Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 6030 1930-1945 28,29       NAU 100 90  146 7         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 6030 1900-1930 28,29       NAU 100 90  146 3         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 6030 1900-2000 28,29       NAU 100 90  146 1         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 7220 0800-0830 27,28N      NAU 100 270 146 1         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 7220 0800-0845 27,28N      NAU 100 270 146 7         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 7325 0300-0315 39S         NAU 250 124 216 1234567   Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 7365 1815-1900 39,40       NAU 100 105 216 1         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 7365 1800-1830 39,40       NAU 100 105 216 6         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 7365 1830-1900 39,40       NAU 100 105 216 3         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 7365 1800-1900 39,40       NAU 100 105 216 5         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 9440 0600-0615 46-47,38-37 NAU 125 180 146 1234567   Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 9450 0500-0515 39,40       NAU 250 120 216 6         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 9470 1915-1930 39,40       MOS 300 ND  926 1         Mul    BVB  AUT MBR
 9515 2030-2045 46-47,38-37 NAU 250 180 216 1234567   Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 9620 0530-0600 38,39       NAU 125 150 146 23456     Mul    BVB  D   MBR
 9715 1800-2000 39          MOS 100 115 218 17        Mul    BVB  AUT MBR
 9715 1800-1815 39          MOS 100 115 218 6         Mul    BVB  AUT MBR
 9715 1800-1830 39          MOS 100 115 218 5         Mul    BVB  AUT MBR
 9925 1930-2015 39          SOF 100 126 616 1         Mul    BVB  BUL MBR
11700 1700-1715 38E,39,40W  ISS 150 120 216 23456     Mul    BVB  F   MBR
11700 1715-1800 38E,39,40W  ISS 100 120 216 246       Mul    BVB  F   MBR
11700 1715-1745 38E,39,40W  ISS 100 120 216 3         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
11700 1700-1715 38E,39,40W  NAU 125 125 216 17        Mul    BVB  D   MBR
11875 1630-1730 47,48       NAU 100 150 216 1234567   Mul    BVB  D   MBR
11915 1715-1730 39,40       NAU 250 130 216 7         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
13630 1515-1545 40,41       SOF 100 90  616 7         Mul    BVB  BUL MBR
13630 1500-1515 40,41       SOF 100 90  616 1st&3rd/7 Mul    BVB  BUL MBR
13630 1515-1600 40,41       SOF 100 90  616 6         Mul    BVB  BUL MBR
15335 1600-1630 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 1         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1630-1700 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 1         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1700-1800 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 1         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1530-1730 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 6         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1700-1730 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 7         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1730-1800 38-39,47-48 ISS 250 135 216 7         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1600-1830 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 3         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1630-1800 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 4         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1600-1730 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 2         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
15335 1630-1830 38-39,47-48 ISS 100 135 216 5         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
17510 1400-1430 41          ISS 250 83  216 1stM/7    Mul    BVB  F   MBR
17510 1430-1500 41          ISS 250 83  216 7         Mul    BVB  F   MBR
17540 0830-1000 38,39       NAU 125 145 218 6         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
17540 0900-0915 38,39       NAU 125 145 218 7         Mul    BVB  D   MBR
21480 1115-1145 43S,44S     MDC 125 45  157 1         Mul    BVB  MDG MBR
21480 1100-1130 43S,44S     MDC 125 45  157 7         Mul    BVB  MDG MBR

 5960 1900-2000 28E,29      NAU 100 90  146 7         Mul    CHW  D   MBR

11850 1800-1900 46,47W      ISS 500 170 216 1234567   Hau    DWL  F   MBR
15275 1700-1730 37-38,46-52 ISS 500 165 217 1234567   Fra    DWL  F   MBR
17800 0630-0700 46,47W      ERV 500 245 218 1234567   Hau    DWL  ARM MBR
17800 0700-0730 38,39,46-57 ERV 500 245 218 1234567   Eng    DWL  ARM MBR
17800 1700-1730 37,38,46-52 ISS 500 194 196 1234567   Fra    DWL  F   MBR

 6055 1130-1200 27,28       NAU 125 222 146 17        Mul    EMG  D   MBR
 5930 1930-1945 27,28W,37N  NAU 125 230 146 36        Mul    EOE% D   MBR

 7215 0030-0130 40E,41NW    NAU 250 100 216 1234567   Mul    GFA  D   MBR
 7240 2330-0030 41,43,49    NAU 250 85  216 1234567   Mul    GFA  D   MBR
15150 1530-1630 40E,41NW    NAU 250 99  218 1234567   Mul    GFA  D   MBR
15235 1330-1530 41,43,49    NAU 250 85  218 1234567   Mul    GFA  D   MBR
15285 1230-1500 41          NAU 250 89  218 1234567   Mul    GFA  D   MBR

11700 1530-1630 29S         MOS 100 95  218 7         Mul    HCJ  AUT MBR

 5975 0300-0400 29SE        NAU 250 65  216 1234567   Ady    IBB  D   IBB
 6120 1500-1700 28E,29W     NAU 250 65  216 1234567   Bel    IBB  D   IBB
 9485 1730-1800 48          NAU 250 140 216 23456     Orm    IBB  D   IBB
 9485 1800-1900 48          NAU 250 140 216 1234567   Amh    IBB  D   IBB
 9485 1900-1930 48          NAU 250 140 216 23456     Tir    IBB  D   IBB
 9585 1700-1800 29SE        NAU 250 90  216 1234567   Rus    IBB  D   IBB
 9645 1800-1830 47,48       ISS 250 135 226 1234567   Ara    IBB  F   IBB
 9760 0500-0600 39N,40W     NAU 250 105 216 1234567   Kur    IBB  D   IBB
 9765 2030-2100 46,47       NAU 250 200 226 23456     Hau    IBB  D   IBB
 9815 1900-1930 47,48       NAU 250 150 216 1234567   Ara    IBB  D   IBB
11900 1630-1700 47,48       NAU 250 150 216 23456     Eng    IBB  D   IBB
11900 1730-1800 48          NAU 250 145 216 23456     Orm    IBB  D   IBB
11900 1800-1900 48          NAU 250 145 216 1234567   Amh    IBB  D   IBB
13580 0500-0900 40E,41NW    NAU 250 94  216 1234567   Urd    IBB  D   IBB
13590 1400-1500 40E,41NW    NAU 250 105 216 1234567   Pst    IBB  D   IBB
13630 1630-1700 46,47,52    ISS 250 180 226 6         Por    IBB  F   IBB
13870 1630-1700 47,48       ISS 250 140 216 23456     Eng    IBB  F   IBB
15265 1630-1700 47,48,52-53 NAU 250 145 218 1234567   Swa    IBB  D   IBB
15620 1500-1600 29SE        ISS 250 75  226 1234567   Ady    IBB  F   IBB

 7330 1100-1200 27,28       MOS 100 283 805 1stM./1   Mul    JOY  AUT MBR

 6095 0900-1600 18SW,27-37  NAU 100 240 156 17        NldEng KBC& D   MBR
 7375 0000-0200 2-10        NAU 125 300 216 1         NldEng KBC& D   MBR

 9800 1830-1900 46S,47SE    ISS 500 180 216 1234567   Hau    LWF  F   MBR

 6140 0900-1000 27,28E      MOS 100 270 805 1(viaorderDeu    MVB  AUT MBR

 6055 1200-1215 27,28       NAU 250 222 146 1         Deu    MWA  D   MBR

11995 1500-1530 29,30       ISS 250 60  217 7         Mul    MWF  F   MBR
13760 1100-1130 19-26       NAU 250 42  218 7         Mul    MWF  D   MBR

 5985 0400-0430 11,12       YFR 100 222 805 1234567   Spa    NHK  USA NHK
 9620 0300-0500 38-40       NAU 250 140 218 1234567   Jpn    NHK  D   NHK
 9765 1700-1900 38-40       NAU 250 140 216 1234567   Jpn    NHK  D   NHK

17630 1600-1630 47E,48      ISS 500 130 217 37        Mul    OGM  F   MBR

 9685 1930-2000 37,38       NAU 250 155 216 1         Mul    PAB  D   MBR
15205 1400-1430 41          ISS 100 90  216 1         Mul    PAB  F   MBR
15205 1415-1430 41          ISS 100 90  216 234567    Mul    PAB  F   MBR
15205 1430-1445 41          ISS 250 90  216 1         Mul    PAB  F   MBR

17605 1600-1700 48SW,58NW   ISS 100 144 207 7         Kin    RIY  F   MBR

13810 1700-1800 38E,39S,48  ISS 100 125 217 14        Mul    SBO  F   MBR

 6095 0900-1100 18,27,28-37 NAU 125 230 146 246       NldEng TRS  D   MBR

 6105 0800-0820 27          NAU 100 285 156 1234567   Eng    TWR  D   TWR
 7215 0930-1000 28          NAU 100 135 146 1234567   HUN    TWR  D   TWR
 7300 1500-1528 28,29,30    NAU 100 65  146 1234567   RUSBEL TWR  D   TWR

15680 1630-1700 40          ISS 500 91  217 26        Mul    WRN  F   MBR

Day 1 = Sunday ... Day 7 = Saturday

List of Broadcasters which are using MEDIA BROADCAST technical equipment:

AWR  Adventist World Radio
BVB  High Adventure Gospel - Bible Voice Broadcasting
CHW  Christliche Wissenschaft
DWL  Deutsche Welle Bonn / Berlin, Germany
EMG  Evangelische Missionsgemeinden in Deutschland
EOE  Echo of Europe %)
GFA  Gospel for Asia
HCJ  Voice of the Andes, Sats only, 1530 UT Russian, 1600 UT Chechen
IBB  International Broadcasting Bureau, USA
JOY  Joystick, 1st Sun
KBC  Mighty KBC Radio, Sat/Sun. Sun to Americas.
LWF  Lutheran World Federation
MWA  Missionswerk Arche
MWF  Missionswerk Friedensstimme, Gummersbach - Germany
NHK  Nippon Hoso Kyokai, Radio Japan World, Tokyo, Japan.
OGM  NGO [RHU Radio Huriyo Xoriyo Ogaden]
     <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-governmental_organization>
     <http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organisation_non_gouvernementale>
PAB  Pan Am Broadcasting
RIY  RPRK Radio Inyabutatu, in Kinyarwanda to Ce/EaAfrica.
     ex 17500, ex17870 kHz.
SBO  Sagalee Bilisummaa Oromoo, Voice of Oromo Liberation.
TRS  Transport Radio on Mon/Wed/Fri.
TWR  Trans World Radio
WRN  World Radio Network, Radio Mehr Iranian, Mon/Fri only.

%) Radio Echo of Europe
09 rue de Sebastopol
B.P. 21531
31015 Toulouse Cedex 6
France

website  <www.echoofeurope.eu>  e-mail  <simon.marty @ echoofeurope.eu>

Toulouse  - Redaction: +33.5.67.80.44.16
Bruxelles - Ligne directe en salle de presse: +32.2.237.46.25
Mobile:   - +33.6.72.57.08.83

&) For reception reports please mail to: <KBC531 @ gmail.com>
or write to:
The Mighty KBC
Argonstraat 6
6718 WT Ede
The Netherlands, Europe
Website: <http://www.kbcradio.eu>

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(MBR Cologne Germany, Oct 09, 2014, xlsx format, 
via Andreas Volk-D at ADDX club Munich Germany;
extracted & reformatted by wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 13, 2014)

GERMANY  [ARMENIA/FRANCE/MADAGASCAR/RWANDA/SAO TOME/SRI LANKA/UAE/
VATICAN STATE]

Deutsche Welle Bonn reduced shortwave schedule in B-14 winter season,
from Oct 26, 2014.

 6040 0300 0400 48SW,52E,53NW              KIG 250 0     0 935 Swa RRW
 7425 0300 0400 48SW,52E,53NW              KIG 250 0     0 930 Swa RRW
15275 0300 0400 48SW,52E,53NW              TRM 250 255 -15 216 Swa CLN
 7425 0400 0500 47E,48,52,53,57N           KIG 250 180   0 146 Eng RRW
 9600 0400 0500 47E,48,52,53,57N           KIG 250 180   0 157 Eng RRW
 9800 0400 0500 46E,47,48W,52,53,57N       KIG 250 0     0 935 Eng RRW
15275 0400 0500 46,47,48,52,53,57          DHA 250 225 -15 148 Eng UAE
 7425 0500 0600 48SW,52NE,52S,53,57N       KIG 250 180   0 146 Eng RRW
 9600 0500 0600 48SW,52NE,52S,53,57N       KIG 250 180   0 157 Eng RRW
 9800 0500 0600 46E,47,48W,52,53,57N       KIG 250 0     0 935 Eng RRW
15275 0500 0600 46E,47,48,52,53,57N        MDC 250 300   0 105 Eng MDG
 9800 0630 0700 46,47W                     SAO 100 0     0 105 Hau STP
11800 0630 0700 46,47W                     KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau RRW
12005 0630 0700 46,47W                     KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau RRW
17800 0630 0700 46,47W                     ERV 500 245   0 218 Hau ARM
21780 0630 0700 46,47W                     DHA 250 260   0 219 Hau UAE
 9800 0700 0800 46E,47,48W,52,53W,57N      KIG 250 0     0 935 Eng RRW
11800 0700 0800 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W   KIG 250 295   0 146 Eng RRW
12005 0700 0800 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W   KIG 250 295   0 146 Eng RRW
15275 0700 0800 37,38,39,46,47,48,52,53,57 KIG 250 0     0 927 Eng RRW
17800 0700 0800 38,39S,46,47,48,52,53,57N  ERV 500 245   0 218 Eng ARM
15215 0800 0830 40E,41NW                   DHA 250 45  -15 146 Pus UAE
15640 0800 0830 40E,41NW                   DHA 250 45  -15 146 Pus UAE
17640 0800 0830 40E,41NW                   TRM 250 335 -10 206 Pus CLN
17800 0800 0830 40E,41NW                   TRM 250 335 -10 206 Pus CLN
15215 0830 0900 40E,41NW                   DHA 250 45  -15 146 Prs UAE
15640 0830 0900 40E,41NW                   DHA 250 45  -15 146 Prs UAE
17640 0830 0900 40E,41NW                   TRM 250 335 -10 206 Prs CLN
17800 0830 0900 40E,41NW                   TRM 250 335 -10 206 Prs CLN
 9800 1000 1100 48SW,52E,53NW              KIG 250 0     0 935 Swa RRW
11800 1000 1100 48SW,52E,53NW              KIG 250 0     0 930 Swa RRW
15275 1000 1100 48SW,52E,53NW              MDC 250 300   0 105 Swa MDG
12005 1300 1400 46,47W                     KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau RRW
15275 1300 1400 46,47W                     KIG 250 310  15 217 Hau RRW
17800 1300 1400 46,47W                     KIG 250 295   0 217 Hau RRW
21780 1300 1400 46,47W                     DHA 250 260   0 219 Hau UAE
15215 1330 1400 40E,41NW                   SMG 250 82    0 216 Prs CVA
15640 1330 1400 40E,41NW                   DHA 250 45  -15 146 Prs UAE
17640 1330 1400 40E,41NW                   TRM 250 335 -10 206 Prs CLN
15215 1400 1430 40E,41NW                   SMG 250 82    0 216 Pus CVA
15640 1400 1430 40E,41NW                   DHA 250 45  -15 146 Pus UAE
17640 1400 1430 40E,41NW                   TRM 250 335 -10 206 Pus CLN
 9800 1500 1600 46SE,47S,48SW,52,53W,57NE  KIG 250 0     0 935 Swa RRW
11800 1500 1600 46SE,47S,48SW,52,53W,57NE  KIG 250 0     0 930 Swa RRW
17800 1500 1600 48SW,52E,53NW              DHA 250 215   0 219 Swa UAE
 9610 1600 1700 48                         KIG 250 30    0 156 Amh RRW
 9800 1600 1700 48                         KIG 250 0     0 935 Amh RRW
11800 1600 1700 48                         KIG 250 30   30 217 Amh RRW
15275 1600 1700 48                         TRM 250 270   0 216 Amh CLN
15410 1600 1700 48                         KIG 250 0     0 927 Amh RRW
 9800 1700 1800 37S,46,47,52               KIG 250 295   0 217 Fra RRW
12005 1700 1800 37S,46,47,52               KIG 250 295   0 146 Fra RRW
15275 1700 1800 37S,46,47,52               KIG 250 295   0 217 Fra RRW
15410 1700 1800 37,38,46,47,52             ISS 500 165   0 217 Fra F
17800 1700 1800 37,38,46,47,52             ISS 500 194   9 196 Fra F
11850 1800 1900 46,47W                     ISS 500 170   0 216 Hau F
12005 1800 1900 46,47W                     KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau RRW
15275 1800 1900 46,47W                     KIG 250 310  15 217 Hau RRW
17800 1800 1900 46,47W                     KIG 250 295   0 217 Hau RRW
17800 1930 2000 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W   KIG 250 295   0 217 Eng RRW
17800 2000 2030 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W   KIG 250 295   0 217 Eng RRW
15275 2030 2100 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W   KIG 250 295   0 217 Eng RRW
No DRM mode at all anymore.
(hfcc website via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

GERMANY   German army Bundeswehr radio and tv station service
"Radio Andernach" celebrates 40th birthday.

<http://www.radioszene.de/73468/radio-andernach-feiert-geburtstag-40-jahre-fuer-die-bundeswehr-air.html>

"Am 21. Oktober 2014 findet in der General-Delius-Kaserne in Mayen ab
13:00 Uhr die grosse Geburtstagsfeier zum 40-jaehrigen Bestehen von
Radio Andernach statt, ...

"An diesem Tag blickt der Radiosender auf seine Anfaenge in den Siebzigern
sowie die Auslandseinsaetze zurueck und zeigt die Entwicklung der
Truppenbetreuung beginnend via Kassetten bis hin zu Live-Streaming-
Angeboten mittels der Radio Andernach-App ..."

<https://www.facebook.com/RadioAndernach>

<http://tinyurl.com/l9whrfy>

"... Gemeinsam gehen "Radio Andernach" und "Radio Oberharz" unter dem
Namen "Manoeverwelle Kecker Spatz" auf einer Uebung 1987 erstmals "Live on
Air". Unter der Schirmherrschaft des Bayrischen Rundfunks, der auch die
Sendefrequenz (Mittelwelle 801 kHz) stellt, bewaehren sich die
Hoerfunksoldaten..."

<http://home.wolfsburg.de/elbe/deutschland.html>
(Roger Thauer-D, A-DX Oct 10)

GERMANY/ICELAND/MOROCCO   DLF 207 kHz off the air. Thanks Remy, here in
southern England I can hear a weak signal from RAS 2 from Iceland on 207
kHz -// their live radio web stream, but Morocco is not audible here at
the moment (2020 UT). RAS 2 is also in // on 189 kHz with a lot of co
channel splatter.
(Remy-France, via Dave Kenny-UK, BrDXC-UK ng Oct 7)

207  DLF Aholming Bavaria center is out of service since Oct 6th, - for
scheduled two weeks annual maintenance work, to check mast ropes etc.

... before they SWITCH OFF
DLF/DLR  153, 177 and 207 kHz on Dec 31 for ever ?
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

DLF  Aholming 207 kHz off temporarily.
No, the 207 kHz transmitter at Aholming has not been shut down, if such an
assumption already circulates. It has indeed been turned off on Monday and
German DXers are tonight enthusiastic about Iceland being audible on the
frequency. But this is only due to scheduled antenna maintenance, expected
to take two weeks.

Such extensive antenna work had been done on the 177 kHz transmitter in
August 2012. However, at Zehlendorf they switched the transmitter back on
until the next morning when they were done for the day, i.e. at nightfall
at the latest. This time at Aholming they do not bother and simply leave
it off.

Deutschlandradio is rather unlikely to object this practice, they want to
get rid of this transmitter anyway and did not consider the current break
worth any kind announcement, see below. Trouble is, the current rig has
been installed only in 2008, thus the transmission contract is still
compulsory:

<http://transradio.de/index.php/de/500kw-lw-aholming>
(Kai Ludwig-D, dxld Oct 7)

AW: Deutschlandfunk auf 207 kHz am Dienstagmorgen, dem 07. Okt. 2014

Kein DLF-Signal auf Langwelle 207 kHz. Wurde die kommende Abschaltung
vorweggenommen oder liegt ein technisches Problem vor?

Der Hoererservice funktioniert.
Vorherige Ankuendigungen im DLF-Programm (so wie frueher schon geschehen)
sind mir diesmal nicht aufgefallen. Ist ja auch ein "Auslaufmodell" :-(
(Herbert Meixner-AUT, A-DX Oct 7)

Von: Hoererservice, DRadio <Hoererservice -at- deutschlandradio.de>
Sehr geehrter Herr Meixner,
vielen Dank fuer Ihr Interesse an unserem Sender Deutschlandradio.

Der Langwellensender Aholming auf 207 kHz wurde gestern (06.10.2014) fuer
ca. 14 Tage abgeschaltet. Grund ist die gesetzlich vorgeschriebene
Hauptpruefung des Mastes und der Pardunen. Die Abschaltungen sind vom
Wetter abhaengig.

Alternative Frequenzen fuer den Empfang unserer Programme koennen Sie
unter nachfolgendem Link einsehen:
<http://www.deutschlandradio.de/frequenzen-suchen.212.de.html>

Wir hoffen auf Ihr Verstaendnis und verbleiben
mit freundlichen Gruessen
Andrea Wollnik
Hoererservice
Deutschlandfunk
Raderbergguertel 40, 50968 Koeln
Deutschlandradio Kultur
Hans-Rosenthal-Platz, 10825 Berlin
DRadio Wissen
Raderbergguertel 40, 50968 Koeln
Fax [49] {0} 221.345-1839
(via wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

GREECE   GRC/ERT-open{not on air} empty carrier only, no program
content, Avlis site at 0400-0500 UT slot on Oct 7
S=9+15dB 15630.27 and 9420.003 kHz;
S=9+10dB 9935.004 kHz.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

If you can make out with a German-language video, here's a related TV
report

<http://www.ndr.de/fernsehen/sendungen/zapp/griechischer-Sender-ERT-sendet-weiter,ert100.html>
(Kai Ludwig-D, dxld Oct 8)

INDIA   AIR Goa Panaji relay site at 0500 UT, 15210.010 AIR GOS Arabic
sched 0430-0530 UT; 15184.957 AIR Hindi sce, SoAsian singer at 0454 UT on
Oct 7, S=8 noted in Stuttgart Germany.

15210 also suffered by co-channel interference of VoA Tibetan via IBB THA
relay and // accompanied CNR1 spoken word jammer too, til 0459 UT.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

INDIA   AIR Delhi B-14 registration, as from Oct 26, 2014.

 5965 0445-1015 41N         JAM  50 0   Mul
 5985 0415-1145 41E         RAC  50 160 Mul
 5990 0045-0200 41NW        DEL 250 334 SinDhi
 6000 0415-1045 41NW        LEH  10 130 Mul
 6020 0200-1230 41N         SIM  50 169 Mul
 6030 0145-0230 41N         DEL 250 102 Mul
 6030 1200-1430 41N         DEL 250 102 Mul
 6040 0415-1115 41E         JEY  50 27  Mul
 6045 1415-1930 41NW        DEL 100 282 Urd
 6065 0415-0945 41NE        KOH  50 15  Mul
 6085 0445-1030 41NE        GTK  10 180 Mul
 6100 0845-1200 41N         DEL 250 134 HinDRM
 6110 0215-1115 41N         SRI  50 200 Mul
 6150 0415-1000 41NE        ITA  50 30  Mul
 6155 0000-0430 41N         ALG 250 282 Urd
 6155 1415-1930 39,40       DEL 250 334 Urd
 6165 1215-1600 41NW        DEL 250 334 SndBal
 7210 0215-1215 41E         KKT  50 180 Mul
 7225 0200-0345 39NE,40     ALG 250 282 PusDar
 7230 0415-1130 41NE        KSG  50 150 Mul
 7240 0415-1215 41W         MUM  50 90  Mul
 7250 0645-1145 41N,42S     GKP  50 15  NepUrdHin
 7250 1600-1830 39,40       PAN 250 300 Mul
 7270 1245-1500 41SE        CNI 100 0   SIN
 7270 2345-0430 41SE        CNI 100 0   TAMSIN
 7270 0945-1215 41SE        CNI 100 0   ENGTAM
 7280 0415-1145 41NE        GUW  50 130 MUL
 7290 0215-1045 41S         TVD  50 160 MUL
 7295 0415-1115 41NE        AIZ  10 36  MUL
 7315 0415-1045 41NE        SHG  50 76  MUL
 7325 0515-1115 41NW        JAI  50 90  MUL
 7335 0215-1000 41NE        IMP  50 160 MUL
 7340 1215-1600 41SW        MUM 100 10  SND
 7340 0000-0430 41SW        MUM 100 10  URD
 7340 0815-1140 41SW        MUM 100 10  URD
 7370 0045-0200 41NW        DEL 100 282 Snd
 7380 0245-1145 41S         CNI  50 0   MUL
 7390 0300-1045 49SW        PBL  10 147 MUL
 7420 1200-1740 41NE        GUW  50 130 MUL
 7420 0645-1100 41NE        GUW  50 130 MUL
 7420 0115-0430 41NE        GUW  50 130 MUL
 7420 0215-1145 41S         HYD  50 125 MUL
 7430 0215-1115 41N         BHO  50 102 MUL
 7440 0415-1045 41N         LKW  50 72  MUL
 7550 1730-2230 27,28       BGL 500 320 MUL
 9380 1305-0040 41S         ALG 250 188 HIN
 9380 0845-1200 41S         ALG 250 188 HIN
 9380 0045-0435 41S         ALG 250 188 HIN
 9425 1305-0040 41N         DEL 250 334 HIN
 9445 2030-2230 27,28       BGL 500 325 ENG
 9445 1600-1945 37,46       DEL 250 282 MUL
 9575 1200-1330 42S,43SW    BGL 500 38  Bod
 9595 1600-1715 19,29       BGL 500 335 Rus
 9595 0645-0800 41N,42S     DEL 100 102 Nep
 9595 0815-1130 41N         DEL 100 342 Urd
 9595 0000-0430 41N         DEL 250 334 Urd
 9620 1215-1600 41N         ALG 250 282 SinBal
 9620 1600-2030 38E,39,40W  ALG 250 282 PrsAra
 9635 0045-0200 41W         ALG 250 282 Snd
 9690 1315-1500 49,50,54    BGL 500 90  Eng
 9690 2230-0045 49,50,54    BGL 500 90  Eng
 9705 2230-0045 49,50,54    PAN 250 120 Eng
 9800 0115-0230 41N,42S     DEL 250 124 Nep
 9810 1100-1245 41S,49,50,54PAN 250 120 TamTel
 9820 1245-1500 41SE        DEL 250 174 Sin
 9835 2345-0045 41S         DEL 100 174 Tam
 9870 0010-0435 41N         BGL 500 35  Hin
 9870 0845-1200 41N         BGL 500 35  Hin
 9870 1230-1740 41N         BGL 500 35  Hin
 9910 2245-0045 49,50,54    ALG 250 132 HinTam
 9910 2030-2230 55,58-60    ALG 250 132 Eng
 9910 0200-0345 40E         DEL 250 312 PusPrs
 9950 1500-1730 48SW,53W    DEL 250 245 SwaHin
 9950 1730-2230 27,28       DEL 250 312 MulDRM
11580 1730-1945 40E         ALG 250 282 Eng
11620 2030-2230 55,58-60    BGL 500 120 Eng
11620 0000-0430 41N         BGL 500 320 Urd
11620 1500-1600 48SW,53W    BGL 500 240 Guj
11620 1600-1715 19,29       BGL 500 335 Rus
11620 1315-1500 49,50,54    DEL 250 132 Eng
11620 0815-1145 41N         DEL 250 334 Mul
11645 2230-0045 43,44,45    DEL 250 65  Eng
11670 0345-0530 38E,39,40W  ALG 250 282 FasAra
11670 1100-1200 49,50,54    BGL 500 90  THA
11670 1730-2230 27,28       BGL 500 325 Mul
11710 1200-1315 49NW        DEL 250 102 Mya
11710 1730-2030 38-40       DEL 250 282 AraFra
11710 2230-0045 49,50,54    DEL 250 132 Eng
11710 1600-1730 38-40       DEL 250 282 Fas
11715 0115-0230 42S         DEL 250 124 Nep
11740 0200-0345 40E         PAN 250 330 Mul
11740 2245-0115 49,50,54    PAN 250 120 HinTam
11740 2030-2230 55,58-60    PAN 250 120 Eng
11740 1300-1530 40E         PAN 250 330 Mul
11775 1200-1430 42S,43SW    PAN 250 25  BodNep
11840 1130-1315 43,44       DEL 250 65  Zho
11840 0300-0415 39,40W      DEL 250 282 Hin
11850 0645-0800 42S         DEL 100 102 Nep
11935 1730-1945 48SW,53W    MUM 100 240 Eng
11985 2345-0115 41SE        DEL 250 174 TamSin
12025 1600-1830 39,40       PAN 250 300 HinMal
13605 0945-1100 43-45       BGL 500 58  Eng
13605 1130-1315 43-45       BGL 500 58  Zho
13605 2230-0045 43-45       BGL 500 58  Eng
13605 1500-1730 48SW,53W    BGL 500 240 Mul
13640 1500-1600 48SW,53W    BGL 500 240 Guj
13640 1600-1945 38,39       BGL 500 300 FasAra
13640 1930-2030 37,46       BGL 500 300 Fra
13645 1100-1200 49          ALG 250 132 Tha
13695 0300-0415 38,39       BGL 500 300 Hin
13695 0200-0300 39          BGL 500 300 Mul
13695 0945-1100 55,58-60    BGL 500 120 Eng
13695 1100-1245 49,50,54    BGL 500 108 TamTel
13695 1730-1945 48SW,53W    BGL 500 240 Eng
13710 1315-1500 49,50,54    BGL 500 108 Eng
13795 2245-0045 49,50,54    BGL 500 108 HinTam
15030 0945-1100 42E,43      ALG 250 65  Eng
15040 1200-1315 49NW        BGL 500 60  Mya
15050 1245-1500 41S         DEL 250 174 Sin
15050 1100-1215 41S         DEL 250 174 Tam
15120 0300-0415 39          BGL 500 300 Hin
15120 0300-0530 48SW,53W    BGL 500 240 HinGujHin
15120 0200-0300 39          BGL 500 300 Mul
15140 1600-1715 19,29       DEL 250 312 Rus
15175 1500-1600 48SW,53W    PAN 250 205 Guj
15185 0300-0530 48SW,53W    PAN 250 205 HinGujHin
15210 0345-0530 40          PAN 250 300 FasAra
15410 0945-1100 43E,44,45   BGL 500 60  Eng
15410 1100-1200 49          PAN 250 120 Tha
15770 0830-0945 54          ALG 250 132 Ind
15770 1100-1245 49,50,54    ALG 250 132 TamTel
15770 0345-0530 38-40       DEL 250 282 FasAra
15795 1130-1315 43,44       BGL 500 35  Zho
17510 1100-1215 41S         DEL 250 174 Tam
17510 0830-0945 54          DEL 250 132 Ind
17510 0945-1100 55,58-60    DEL 250 132 Eng
17670 1730-1945 48SW,53W    DEL 250 245 Eng
17670 1500-1730 48SW,53W    DEL 250 245 SwaHin
17715 0300-0530 48SW,53W    DEL 250 245 HinGujHin
17875 0830-0945 54          BGL 500 120 Ind
17895 0945-1100 55,58-60    BGL 500 120 Eng
(AIR Delhi-IND, Oct 12)

IRAQ   1215  Just to let you know that I have corrected my previous entry
for 1215 kHz at Tikrit. The mast is in fact next to Tikrit University at
34 40 58 N  43 38 54.55 E

The city with a sad history has been in the news this summer for all the
wrong reasons. Let us hope that soon life will improve for the citizens.

mast at
<http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/26645521.jpg>
(Dan J Goldfarb-UK, mwmasts Oct 7)

IRELAND   846  AWR / Radio North / Gospel Radio 846, religious singer,
most powerful reception locally S=9+55dB -22dBm.

Das waere ja auch noch schoener, wenn die nicht das staerkste Signal bei
EI7JM haetten. Paul, EI7JM ist schliesslich der Chief Engineer von Radio
North!

Tschuess, Martin  <http://home.wolfsburg.de/elbe/>  Oct 6.

IRELAND   252  RTÉ's decision to cut long-wave radio service on 252 kHz
will sever a vital link with Irish abroad.

Move should be postponed until elderly emigrants have other options.

RTÉ has announced the imminent closure of its longwave service, which was
the last remaining broadcast radio service still available to the Irish in
the UK. The move comes six years after the shutdown of its medium-wave
service. At that time, RTÉ officials assured the Irish abroad of its
commitment to them, and that the longwave service would continue.

The shutdown, announced with only one month's notice, is scheduled to take
place on October 27th. The news is unlikely to cause a stir in Ireland.
RTÉ says 98 per cent of its listeners have other options. Most of us used
to spending our days online could be forgiven for wondering why on earth
this technology wasn't mothballed years ago.

Who will be affected? The Irish in the UK, particularly the elderly and
vulnerable, will have a vital link with home permanently severed. This is
a group that is unlikely to protest. Many won't even know they're about to
lose their radio service until the day they go to turn it on and it's not
there.

RTÉ has been broadcasting Radio 1 to Britain since 1932. Older people rely
on it as a valuable link with a country they left years ago; for many, it
is their last link with Ireland.

RTÉ says listeners in the UK can tune into the station on the internet or
satellite, but these solutions, which require cost and know-how, will be
inaccessible for many. RTÉ's digital radio alternative, DAB, has no reach
in either Britain or the North. Longwave is not perfect: it's unusable at
night, when its signal is overpowered by an Algerian station sharing the
same channel. But it keeps people connected during the day, and many
people use it to listen to GAA matches from home.

Last week Brendie O'Brien, chairman of the GAA in Britain, described the
impending shutdown as "a massive setback to the whole of the Irish
community".

"We have a lot of old people who won't have any access to Ireland
whatsoever once that [the longwave service] goes." O'Brien described Radio
1's role in the lives of many emigrants as that of providing "a home from
home, and the shutdown would be depriving them of that."

Six years ago, I was among those who campaigned against RTÉ's move to shut
down medium-wave radio, which also served the Irish community in the UK,
because it would adversely affect the emigrants of the 1950s and 1960s.

That generation sent home millions of pounds in remittances and were, in
return, largely forgotten by Ireland, until a spate of consciousness-
raising in the 1990s. Then the media revealed there were high levels of
poverty and isolation among this elderly group.

Ireland began to step up its commitment to Irish emigrants and the
diaspora. The appointment of Jimmy Deenihan as Minister of State for the
Diaspora is the latest in a series of positive steps. There are blind
spots, however, and the shutdown of medium wave and now the shutdown of
longwave demonstrate how far we need to go in ensuring we look after the
last of that generation of emigrants who gave so much and were given so
little in return. It would cost little to continue the service for a few
more years, until digital forms of broadcasting become a viable
alternative for our oldest citizens. We're just not there yet.

RTÉ, which turned a pre-tax profit last year of more than ?1 million,
hasn't said how much it will save by shutting down the service. The main
savings will likely be in power costs. RTÉ has refused an FOI request to
reveal those, but a reasonable estimate would suggest the electricity to
run the transmitter costs about ?150,000 per year.

As for how many people are affected, the facts are unclear. The Irish
community in Britain number over 400,000 first-generation Irish alone.
They come from a country where more than 80 per cent of people are daily
radio listeners. But RTÉ doesn't count its overseas audience, so we just
don't know.

Will anyone care about the effects of shutdown? The decision-makers at RTÉ
seem to be dismissing them. Will the new diaspora minister? Our
politicians? The rest of us? Possibly. But we should be aware of what this
means: our public broadcaster is severing a vital link with Ireland from a
generation that gave so generously when Ireland had so little. It is the
oldest, the most vulnerable and the most isolated who will miss it the
most. This move should be postponed until there are better options that
will suit all the Irish in Britain. Noreen Bowden is a web editor and
advocate on Irish diaspora issues. She was formerly director of the
Emigrant Advice Network and is the founder of GlobalIrish.ie.

<http://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/rt%C3%A9-s-decision-to-cut-long-wave-radio-service-will-sever-a-vital-link-with-irish-abroad-1.1961164>
(The Irish News, 13 Oct, via Mike Terry-UK, BrDXC-UK)

ITALY   1367.981  Challenger Radio aus Padua Italien.
Wer sich mal dem Feeling hingeben will, was unsere Grosseltern im
Volksempfaenger so hoerten, im Perseus Netz Server von Fabrizio IK4MTG
sind uralte italienische RaI Mitschnitte von traellernden Jungfrauen und
IS Voegelchen usw. zu hoeren, vorhin um 1025 UT 6. Okt. auf der
Mittelwelle 1367.981 kHz.

Challenger Radio from Padua Italy.  <challenger -at- challenger.it>
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 6)

ITALY   Carrier on 1098 kHz: New frequency for Ondamedia Broadcast.
The test tone on 1098 kHz keeps going on. It has been anticipated by the
Italian DXer Roberto Scaglione, who's well introduced in the indipendent
broadcasting circles, and confirmed by the station, that this is the
signal of Ondamedia Broadcast testing on its new frequency (formerly on
1548 kHz, and further back on 1512 kHz).

Ondamedia Broadcast transmits from San Pietro in Casale (Ferrara, northern
Italy). Regular programs should begin anytime from now, possibly already
tomorrow or in the few coming days.

su 1098 kHz (1097.995 kHz per l'esattezza) ho una portante modulata con
tono a 400 Hz. Segnale fisso a 9+5 dB, no evanescenza, si direbbe
piuttosto locale. Rilevamento 130 degr/310 degr da Forli. Test di qualche
nuova emittente nostrana? Chi altri la sente?

Ricevitore: Perseus. Rilevamento preso con loop attivo Wellbrook ALA-1530.
(Fabrizio Magrone-ITA, mwdx Oct 7)

JAPAN   Ein neuer JRC Empfaenger: NRD-383 Digital HF Receiver!

Das ist aber jetzt schon mal eine grosse Ueberraschung:
Da taucht auf der JRC Webseite ein neuer JRC Kurzwellenempfaenger auf!

<http://www.jrc.co.jp/jp/company/html/review65/pdf/JRCreview65_15.pdf>

73 Christoph OE2CRM, <http://ratzer.at>  A-DX Oct 3

Re: New JRC receiver product: NRD-383 Digital HF Receiver!
Wolfgang! - NRD-383 is sold by "Defense Systems Sale Division" of JRC, so
this SDR reciver is especially for military use. The price is more than
$50,000 per one. Recent JRC products are nothing to do with amateurs.
(Takahito Akabayashi, Tokyo-JPN, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 10)

KOREA Rep. of   11810  KBS World, at 2221-2300* UT on Sept 28, woman
announcer hosting English program with contact information followed by pop
vocals. 2256 close down ID and announcements. Fair but deteriorating to
poor to fair the last twenty minutes or so.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Oct 5)

KOREA Rep. of /BULGARIA/FRANCE/UAE/U.K./USA

KBS World Seoul Foreign relay services in B-14 season, from Oct 26, 2014.
 9605 0100-0200 12,14,16                   HRI 250 167 Spa USA FCC
 6045 0700-0800 28                         WOF 250 105 Kor G   BAB
 9760 1100-1130 28NW         DRM Saturday  WOF 100 105 Eng G   BAB
 7235 1800-1900 29N,29SE                   WOF 250  75 Rus G   BAB
 5885 1900-2000 27,28                      SOF 100 320 Eng BUL SPC
 5935 1900-2000 27,28                      SOF 100 320 Eng BUL SPC
 3955 2000-2100 28NW                       WOF 250 114 Deu G   BAB
 5950 2000-2100 37S,38W,46                 ISS 250 182 Fra F   TDF
 6145 2000-2100 37S,38W,46                 ISS 250 182 Fra F   TDF
 9840 2000-2100 37S                        DHA 250 285 Ara UAE BAB
 3955 2100-2200 27SE,37E                   WOF 250 114 Fra G   BAB
 3955 2200-2230 28NW                       WOF 250 114 Eng G   BAB

- - - -

 3955 2200-2230 28NW                       WOF 250 114 Eng G   BAB
 3955 2000-2100 28NW                       WOF 250 114 Deu G   BAB
 3955 2100-2200 27SE,37E                   WOF 250 114 Fra G   BAB
 5885 1900-2000 27,28                      SOF 100 320 Eng BUL SPC
 5935 1900-2000 27,28                      SOF 100 320 Eng BUL SPC
 5950 2000-2100 37S,38W,46                 ISS 250 182 Fra F   TDF
 5975 0700-0200 33,34,44,45                HWA 100 0   Kor KOR KBS
 6015 0400-2400 44N                        HWA 100 0   Kor KOR KBS
 6045 0700-0800 28                         WOF 250 105 Kor G   BAB
 6055 1500-1530 32E,33W                    KIM 250 305 Kor KOR KBS
 6065 1100-1400 42E,43,44                  KIM 250 290 Kor KOR KBS
 6095 1130-1230 29SE,30S,39,40             KIM 250 290 Chn KOR KBS
 6095 1230-1330 29SE,30S,39,40             KIM 250 290 Eng KOR KBS
 6135 0000-2400 44                         CHC  10 0   Kor KOR KBS
 6145 2000-2100 37S,38W,46                 ISS 250 182 Fra F   TDF
 6150 0700-0800 33,44                      KIM 250 304 Kor KOR KBS
 6150 1600-1700 30-33                      KIM 250 304 Kor KOR KBS
 6155 0800-1000 44,45                      KIM 100 0   Jpn KOR KBS
 6170 2200-0100 42-44                      KIM 250 285 Kor KOR KBS
 6170 2100-2200 42-44                      KIM 250 285 Kor KOR KBS
 7235 1800-1900 29N,29SE                   WOF 250 75  Rus G   BAB
 7240 2300-0200 44,45                      KIM 250 0   Kor KOR KBS
 7250 0700-1200 45                         KIM 100 81  Kor KOR KBS
 7255 1600-1700 39,40                      KIM 250 285 Kor KOR KBS
 7275 0900-1100 44,45                      KIM 250 0   Kor KOR KBS
 7275 1600-1800 30E,31,32,33W,42,43N,44NW  KIM 250 305 Kor KOR KBS
 7275 1800-2300 30E,31,32,33W,42,43N,44NW  KIM 250 305 Eng KOR KBS
 7275 1300-1600 44,45                      KIM 250 0   Chn KOR KBS
 7275 0700-0900 44,45                      KIM 250 0   Jpn KOR KBS
 7275 1200-1300 44,45                      KIM 250 0   Kor KOR KBS
 7275 2200-2400 42,43,44W                  KIM 250 275 Kor KOR KBS
 9515 1700-1900 28,29                      KIM 250 285 Chn KOR KBS
 9515 1600-1700 28,29                      KIM 250 285 Eng KOR KBS
 9525 2200-2400 43S,44S                    KIM 250 225 Kor KOR KBS
 9570 0700-0900 44S,49SE,50,54N            KIM 100 205 Eng KOR KBS
 9570 1300-1400 44S,49SE,50,54N            KIM 100 205 Eng KOR KBS
 9570 1200-1300 44S,49SE,50,54N            KIM 100 205 Ind KOR KBS
 9570 0900-1100 44S,49SE,50,54N            KIM 100 205 Kor KOR KBS
 9570 1400-1500 44S,49SE,50,54N            KIM 100 205 Ind KOR KBS
 9580 0000-0300 45                         KIM 250 81  Jpn KOR KBS
 9580 2200-0300 42-44                      KIM 250 285 Kor KOR KBS
 9580 0300-0400 45                         KIM 250 81  Eng KOR KBS
 9605 0100-0200 12,14,16                   HRI 250 167 Spa USA FCC
 9640 2100-2300 44S,49E,50                 KIM 250 205 Kor KOR KBS
 9640 1600-1700 30SE,32S,40E,41N,42,43,44W KIM 250 290 Eng KOR KBS
 9640 1500-1700 44S,49,50                  KIM 250 225 Kor KOR KBS
 9640 1400-1500 30SE,32S,40E,41N,42,43,44W KIM 250 290 Eng KOR KBS
 9640 1500-1600 30SE,32S,40E,41N,42,43,44W KIM 250 290 Vie KOR KBS
 9640 0700-1100 29-33,44                   KIM 250 319 Kor KOR KBS
 9665 1500-1700 32                         KIM 250 318 Kor KOR KBS
 9690 0200-0300 43SE,44S                   KIM 100 225 Eng KOR KBS
 9690 0000-0200 43SE,44S                   KIM 100 225 Vie KOR KBS
 9705 1600-1900 29SE,30S,39,40             KIM 250 290 Kor KOR KBS
 9740 1500-1800 39E,40                     KIM 250 304 Kor KOR KBS
 9740 1800-1900 39E,40                     KIM 250 304 Spa KOR KBS
 9750 2100-2400 32,33                      KIM 250 304 Kor KOR KBS
 9755 2100-2400 44,49,50                   KIM 250 225 Kor KOR KBS
 9755 0000-0100 44,49,50                   KIM 250 225 Kor KOR KBS
 9760 1100-1130 28NW         DRM Saturday  WOF 100 105 Eng G   BAB
 9770 1130-1500 44S,49,50                  KIM 250 225 Chn KOR KBS
 9770 1000-1130 44S,49,50                  KIM 250 225 Vie KOR KBS
 9785 2300-2400 42,43,44W                  KIM 250 275 Kor KOR KBS
 9805 2200-2300 44S,49,50,54               KIM 100 205 Ind KOR KBS
 9805 2300-2400 44S,49,50,54               KIM 100 205 Chn KOR KBS
 9805 0900-1100 42-44                      KIM 100 81  Jpn KOR KBS
 9805 1600-1700 44S,49,50,54               KIM 100 205 Ind KOR KBS
 9810 1300-1330 43                         KIM 250 270 Kor KOR KBS
 9840 2000-2100 37S                        DHA 250 285 Ara UAE BAB
 9870 2200-2300 43N,44N                    KIM 250 290 Kor KOR KBS
11715 2100-2400 30-32                      KIM 250 305 Eng KOR KBS
11725 1000-1200 14,45                      KIM 250 96  Eng KOR KBS
11725 0100-0400 45                         KIM 250 81  Eng KOR KBS
11785 0000-0100 42,43,44W                  KIM 250 290 Eng KOR KBS
11795 1000-1200 45                         KIM 250 81  Spa KOR KBS
11810 0000-0200 45                         KIM 250 81  Spa KOR KBS
11810 0200-0300 45                         KIM 250 81  Jpn KOR KBS
11810 0300-0400 45                         KIM 250 81  Kor KOR KBS
11810 2200-2330 31,32,43,44                KIM 250 305 Eng KOR KBS
11850 1100-1200 32,42,43                   KIM 250 290 Eng KOR KBS
11895 0000-0100 44N                        KIM 250 290 Eng KOR KBS
13670 1330-1500 41,43SE,44,49              KIM 100 249 Eng KOR KBS
13670 0700-1100 43,44NW                    KIM 100 279 Eng KOR KBS
13705 2200-2300 30-33                      KIM 250 305 Eng KOR KBS
15155 2000-2400 43,44                      KIM 100 250 Eng KOR KBS
15160 0700-1100 39E,40                     KIM 250 290 Kor KOR KBS
15210 0700-1100 29SE,30S,39,40             KIM 250 305 Eng KOR KBS
15575 1400-1500 01,02,06                   KIM 250 40  Kor KOR KBS
15575 0000-0300 01,02,06                   KIM 250 40  Spa KOR KBS
15575 1600-2200 39E,40                     KIM 250 290 Eng KOR KBS
15575 1300-1400 01,02,06                   KIM 250 40  Eng KOR KBS
15575 2300-2400 45                         KIM 100 0   Eng KOR KBS
(KBS Seoul-KOR, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

LUXEMBOURG/U.K.   Luxembourg effect.
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luxemburg-Gorky_effect>

At 0315 UT Oct 7th heard BBC on 198.000 kHz and co-channel equal level RTL
Luxembourg French sce effect of 234 kHz outlet too !
at Forli Italy server of Fabrizio IK4MTG.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

LUXEMBOURG   1440  RTL Marnach licence to be extended? The licence has
been extended until the end of 2015, French article in L'Essential Sept 19
which translates well into English.

L'essentiel Online - «J'ai l'impression que l'on se moque de nous+ -
Luxembourg:

MARNACH  Les antennes controversees devaient disparaitre  en 2014. Or, le
Premier ministre Xavier Bettel a indique jeudi qu'elles ne seraient pas
demontees avant 2015.

<http://www.lessentiel.lu/fr/news/luxembourg/story/19611520>

Antennas Marnach. Antennes à Marnach. 19 septembre 2014 16:10 UT
«J'ai l'impression que l'on se moque de nous+

MARNACH - Les antennes controversées devaient disparaître en 2014. Or, le
Premier ministre Xavier Bettel a indiqué jeudi qu'elles ne seraient pas
démontées avant 2015.

September 19, 9/19/2014
"I have the impression that one is laughing at us"

MARNACH - Antennas controversial were to disappear in 2014, however, Prime
Minister Xavier Bettel said Thursday they would not be dismantled until
2015.

Romy Karier not believe it. "I have the impression that one is laughing at
us," says the president of the civic association "Fir mei
Liaewensqualiteit" in Marnach has fought since 2002 for extinction
antennas RTL. However, their operating license has been extended until
2015 "It's already the fourth extension ..."

The five facilities are up to 100 meters high and is located a few hundred
meters from the nearest house. Their power is formally between 300 and
1200 kW. RTL used antennas to their higher power at least between 2003 and
2005, but residents believe that the problems have not stopped since. "We
constantly have devices that do not work," says Romy Karier. These lamps,
hearing aids, electric hob, fax or garage doors. "When I unplug my
Christmas wreath, she continues to work!"

Alzheimer's and leukemia

In 2006, the Labour Inspectorate and Mines has studied the problems faced
by people of Marnach and confirmed that they were from many antennas. "The
standards set by the World Health Organization (WHO) are largely
outdated," continues Romy Karier. "Despite everything, the life of the
antennas was extended for two years. We already promised that they would
then be extinguished. "Then the transmission time was extended in 2009 and
then in 2011 and now in 2014 the government promised not to grant new
licenses issued. "But I have more faith in these words," says the
president of "Fir mei Liaewensqualiteit." Xavier Bettel said he was ready
to meet with residents.

Last March, the RTL group received the award for corporate health, from
the Minister of Health Lydia Mutsch. The company was rewarded for making
progress on its exposure to electromagnetic waves. "Chronic exposure may
increase the risk of leukemia and Alzheimer" admitted RTL at the time.
According to Romy Karier, "two people contracted leukemia Marnach."
Contacted by The bottom RTL Group declined to comment.

And one in German from Luxemburger Wort
Petitionen: Marnach: Funkstille ab 2015?

<http://www.wort.lu/de/politik/petitionen-marnach-funkstille-ab-2015-541ff327b9b398870806967b>
(via Mike Barraclough-UK, dxld yg Oct 2)

Really glad to hear of this. The relays of RTL provide what is probably,
at present, my favourite sign-on signals even if I do have to be awake
early (UK time) to hear them! Thanks for sharing this.
(Dave Harries, ibid.)

I find this 'interference' (and resultant failure?) of electrical
equipment in Marnach village a strange thing - suddenly it seems after
decades of use of the transmitter site presumably with few problems - is
this simply pc's iphones, etc., as I doubt vacuum cleaners, food mixers,
cookers, fridges (devices in use since the 1930s), would be suddenly
affected. Music when one opens the 'fridge door - the news emanating from
the cooker on the hour? Are the pulses after all these years 'burning out'
food mixer motors - could this not be the poor manufacture (made in PRC)
of the appliance?

Also, there must be other powerful AM transmitters in other parts of
Europe, potential 'domestic electrical interference' producers - in the UK
(Droitwich etc) but these from personal experience might radiate some
strong local impulses and be capable of powering by induction a light bulb
held in the hand on the ground in the fields where the masts are sited -
but move 1/10 mile off and the radiation fades to nothing - the lamp has
no glow.

What of the overhead electrical pylons and cables where in some places
'sending the cable underground' is not possible yet these are being used
for broadband transmission too and local authorities still give planning
permission for houses even schools near or under them! what hypocrisy.

On the other hand are we, or is the rather poorly informed EU Assembly
being hood-winked by a growing 'green' (or digital biased!) lobby. Is
rather ignorant party politics, this time on the continent, replacing what
we've known as the logic of AM transmission - disadvantages versus
advantages - with an increasing disregard of the great importance of
international terrestrial analogue broadcasting?

And what of the one time vaunted DRM which it has been demonstrated whilst
producing a nice clean signal on the few expensive receivers in yuppy-land
splashes over and spoils reception of neighbouring normal AM stations
>5 kHz either side of the DRM frequency.

I realise normal analogue AM is far from perfect, but after 80 years
experience to millions of LW/MW/SW listeners, surely our technicians have
the ability (if needed) to modify the 'domestic equipment' with
sufficiently sophisticated filters so that what has been a great technical
facility as well and a democratic international sociological boon - yes
including 'Lord Haw Haw of Essen' can continue and even improve.

Do we want to depend on satellites and the concomitant dishes or cables
or, God forbid, a reliance on easily censored ISP's.
(Rog Parsons-UK, BrDXC-UK yg direct and via dxld Oct 2)

It just would be interesting to know whether the houses at 100 metres from
the antennas were built BEFORE the antennas were erected, or much time
LATER, as around Vatican Radio's S. Maria Galeria and RAI's S. Palomba.
73 to all,
(Stefano Valianti, Italy, ibid. Oct 2)

Marnach residents have been concerned since 2002 when the licence for the
transmitter increased the power allowed from 250 to 1200 kW. As well as
disturbance to electrical equipment, they were also concerned about
possible links between strong electromagnetic fields and some cancers,
Vatican Radio have had to address concerns about this from nearby
residents to the Santa Maria de Galeria site in Italy due to legal action.

German report on this from 2009 which translates quite well.
<http://www.wort.lu/de/lokales/wer-gewinnt-im-strahlenstreit-4f61e931e4b0860580ab9752>
(Mike Barraclough-UK, ibid., Oct 2)

MADAGASCAR   Posted by Constantine Tchernushenko zav.russkim department
KNLS:

Madagascar will be specific cards, apparently with exotic local.
The project has not yet moves, because of bureaucracy, there need some
signatures of officials, Kogoro can not get, although the government has
changed recently result of the election. And there station is ready, send
transmitters, which cost a couple of years at the port in the United
States, but our fear them send without final approvals. If something
becomes clearer, I'll let you know.

Constantine responded to my questions, which I forwarded to the mailing
list. by about the new cards KNLS, they are not going to update.
(via Dmitriy Kutuzov-RUS, rus-radio-dx ng Oct 10, 2014)

MADAGASCAR   3 years behind schedule...
In addition to the station in Alaska, a new site in Madagascar is being
developed into a facility that will broadcast, via three antennae,
throughout Europe and Western Asia, the Middle East (in the Arabic
language), Africa, India, and even across the Atlantic to South America.
Once this station is operational-with God's help in 2011-roughly eighty
percent of the people of the world will be within the sound of our
broadcast voice ...

B-11 WWCB / KNLS site in Madgascar history ...
Continental txs were still in USA on HFCC conference in Sept 2011.

 9320 0400 0500 48,53,47,52,46,38,37,13,12 MWV 100 295 218 ENG WCB
 9320 1800 1900 48,52,47,52,46,38,3        MWV 100 295 218 ENG WCB
 9365 1900 2000 48,47,38,28,39,37,53,47    MWV 100 340 218 ARA WCB
 9365 2000 2100 48,47,38,28,39,37,53,47    MWV 100 340 218 ARA WCB
 9980 1800 1900 39,40,29,48,38,28          MWV 100 355 218 ARA WCB
11520 1800 1900 39,29,40,19,28,48,38       MWV 100 355 218 RUS WCB
11520 1900 2000 39,29,40,19,28,48,38       MWV 100 355 218 RUS WCB
11720 0100 0200 13,15,12,14,48,53,47,52,46 MWV 100 250 218 SPN WCB
11720 0200 0300 13,15,12,14,48,52,47,52,46 MWV 100 265 218 SPN WCB
13630 0200 0300 41,42,43,32,33             MWV 100  40 218 ENG WCB
13830 1400 1500 41,42,43,32,33             MWV 100  40 218 ENG WCB
15485 1300 1400 41,42,43,44,49,33,32       MWV 100  55 218 CMA WCB
15735 1500 1600 41,42,43,44,49,33,32       MWV 100  55 218 CMA WCB

MONACO/FRANCE   Radio Monaco auf 8728 kHz.
Hallo Liste, guter Empfang der ueber die Kuestenfunkstelle 3AC Monaco
Radio ausgestrahlten Kurznachrichtensendung (~3 Minuten) von Radio Monaco.
Beginn war eine Minute zu frueh, naemlich um 12.59 Lokalzeit. QRG: 8728
kHz.

Zur Erinnerung: Der Sender steht in F (obwohl es der EDXC in seiner
unergruendliche Logik eventuel als MCO wertet.......) 73 Ewald.
(Ewald Glantschnig-SUI, A-DX Oct 9)

Ja Ewald, diese Laenderdiskussion hat im letzten Jahrzehnt viele Seiten
und Stunden Diskussion in der Dx Gemeinde gefuellt.

MCO__3AC Monaco Radio at Monte Carlo, receiving + operational center
43 43 55.01 N  07 25 38.59 E
ist aber doch innert gelegen, am Hafen und dem Musée océanographique de
Monaco.

Wenn man die Photo Darstellung Panoramio im Google Earth einschaltet,
sieht man Zehntausende Photo Icons von Monaco nahebei in traumhafter
Landschaft ...

<http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/35318810.jpg>

Die Sender aber einige Hundert Meter nordwaerts auf franzoes. Erde
gelegen.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 9)

Hier gibt es einige Fotos von der Station:
<http://www.mediasuk.org/archive/MonacoRadio/index.html>
(Felix, A-DX Oct 9)

MOROCCO/SPAIN   Melilla and other matters. Ceuta and Melilla Exclave
codes, next to Morocco, former Spanish Morocco til 1956.

<http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vorlage:Info_ISO-3166-2:ES-CE>

<http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vorlage:Info_ISO-3166-2:ES-ML>

Melilla MW Stations.
G.E. showed previously this location G.C. though ...

ESP__RNE Melilla 972kHz 20kW 60m mast, SER 1485 5kW
35 16 45.99 N  02 56 54.81 W
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

Correct Google Earth coordinates of EAJ21 Radio Melilla
35 17 14.26 N  02 56 54.53 W

I am attaching photos of both RNE Melilla and Radio Melilla masts.
(Mauricio Molano Sanchez-ESP, mwmasts Oct 7)

Melilla and other matters.
I respect the disagreements which have appeared now and in the past re the
labeling of countries. Fortunately for this subject both Melilla and Ceuta
are not in Europe. Therefore I can list them as separate identities but
clearly mark them as belonging to Spain.
(Dan J Goldfarb-UK, mwmasts Oct 7)

PHILIPPINES   [to SARAWAK]
New frequencies of Radio Free Sarawak was observed on Oct 11

1100-1130 NF15425 PUG 125 kW 222 deg to SoEaAS Iban Mon-Sat + jamming
1130-1200 NF15460 PUG 125 kW 222 deg to SoEaAS Iban Mon-Sat + jamming
1200-1230 NF15430 PUG 125 kW 222 deg to SoEaAS Iban Mon-Sat + jamming

Cancelled from Oct 7
1100-1145   15430 PUG 125 kW 222 deg to SoEaAS Iban Mon-Sat
1145-1230   15420 PUG 125 kW 222 deg to SoEaAS Iban Mon-Sat

Using remote receiver in Tai Po, Hong Kong.
Probably the frequencies varies day by day.
(Ivo Ivanov-BUL, via hcdx / wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

RUSSIA   OTHR Nischni Nowgorod, Gorodez 17 masts, location at
56 41 34.55 N  43 29 10.51 E

<http://www.flashearth.com/?lat=56.692778&lon=43.486111&z=16&r=0&src=msa>

17 Masts in 275 degrees.
<http://mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio/photos/medium/37441960.jpg>

14.120 -14.128 MHz / 14.201 - 14.216 MHz, but splatter in range 14.198 -
14.220 MHz observed also, 14.262 - 14.278 MHz, also noted around 18.681
MHz, with 50 sps and many splatters stretching over 35 kHz.

Radar horizon detection (HFZ) warning system air-space attack. Radar
designed JSC "Scientific and Production Complex" NII distant radio
"(NIIDAR, Moscow) with the participation of the period from 1995 to 2000,"
Design Bureau Pravdinsky factory radio-relay equipment "(PKB ZRA, source).
Chief Designer - Valentin Strelkin (source).

RLS is made of NGOs "Pravdinsky Radioplant" concern "Almaz-Antey".
Construction of the first sample of the radar was conducted RTPT "Granit"
(Ryazan, source) under the ROC NIIDAR since 2002 Since 2002, initiated and
testing radar, which lasted until 2013

On the development of radar alert HFZ 29B6 "Container" 590-th separate
unit of Radio-horizon detection of air targets intercede December 2, 2013
Field of view of 180 degrees in 2014 will increase to 240 degrees.

The antenna system of the radar transmitting HFZ 29B6 "Container"
(source).

Type radar - two coordinate-horizon radar using the effect of propagation
of a surface wave in the space HF range (effect Nikolay Kabanov). Radar
was developed using the experience of creating and trial operation radar
HFZ 5N32 "Doug." The radar has two antenna field - transmitting and
receiving, and two types of arrays - high and low frequency.

Radar - aerodynamic objects
The range of wavelengths - decameter (3 - 30 MHz)

The design of radar: radar is located at two sites:
- Golf #1 - antenna-feeder system transmitting devices intended for the
formation and emission of high-frequency signals.

- Golf #2 - antenna-feeder system receivers for receiving signals
reflected from the ionosphere.

Radar equipment complex is located in transportable containers.

Diagram of the receiving antenna of the radar HFZ 29B6 "Container", the
publication of 13.06.2013 (source).

TTX radar:
The receiving antenna system - dimensions
- Width  - 1300m
- Depth  - 200 m
- Height - 34,155 m. Number of antenna-feeder poles - 144
  Range detection of air targets - more than 3000 km
  Field of view - 180 degrees (240 degrees in 2014 - plans for 2013)

modifications:
- 29B6 "container" - the base model radar HFZ.

- 29B6E "Container-E" - the export version of the radar HFZ - in the early
2000s radar under this title has been presented in a number of editions of
Russian military-industrial complex.

The cost of the radar - (from design to commissioning) - approx. 10
billion rubles

Status Russia
- 2013 December 2 - radar 29B6 "Container", placed in Mordovia, for the
first time has taken over development on combat duty.

- 2013 December 9 - during a conference call the Russian Defense Ministry
has learned that from May 1 to Nov 30, 2013 together with the specialists
industry was conducted "an extensive set of measures to prepare personnel
and equipment to the site intercession on duty." Radar Node includes a
command post with the appropriate hardware and computing facilities,
transmitting and receiving complex systems and data communications. In
addition, Defense Minister Gen. Sergei Shoigu ordered retrofit and bring
to perfection the radar unit and a radar station of the new generation of
"Container".

Placing early warning radar station type "container":

# PP type radar Accommodation Construction Pilot operation Combat Duty
Notice 29B6 01 "Container" to 5452 in / 80158 h (g.Gorodets)
590 th Independent Radar Node-horizon detection of air targets

Playground #1 - g.Gorodets (Nizhny Novgorod region);
Playground #2 - g.Kovylkino (Mordovia); 2002

02.12.2013, the (empirical database) Golf #1 - transmitting portion;
Playground #2 - receiving portion and the main portion of the
instrumental;

29B6 02 "Container" Far East in 2013? Plan - 2018 (2013)

sources: In the army has taken over the first EKO pilot alert radar
horizon detection "Container". 2013 (source). The-horizon radar system of
aerospace defense of Russia "Container", 2013 (source). I went on duty the
first over the horizon radar "Container", 2013 (source). OHR type is
called 29B6 "Container".

The Rx site location is in Kovylkino, Mordovia
53 59 02.26 N  43 50 36.43 E

RWANDA   Kigali relay shortwave B-14 schedule from Oct 26, 2014,
of DWL Bonn and AWR Africa broadcasts.

 6040 0300 0400 48SW,52E,53NW             KIG 250 0     0 935 Swa DWL
 7425 0300 0400 48SW,52E,53NW             KIG 250 0     0 930 Swa DWL
 7425 0400 0500 47E,48,52,53,57N          KIG 250 180   0 146 Eng DWL
 9600 0400 0500 47E,48,52,53,57N          KIG 250 180   0 157 Eng DWL
 9800 0400 0500 46E,47,48W,52,53,57N      KIG 250 0     0 935 Eng DWL
 7425 0500 0600 48SW,52NE,52S,53,57N      KIG 250 180   0 146 Eng DWL
 9600 0500 0600 48SW,52NE,52S,53,57N      KIG 250 180   0 157 Eng DWL
 9800 0500 0600 46E,47,48W,52,53,57N      KIG 250 0     0 935 Eng DWL
11800 0630 0700 46,47W                    KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau DWL
12005 0630 0700 46,47W                    KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau DWL
 9800 0700 0800 46E,47,48W,52,53W,57N     KIG 250 0     0 935 Eng DWL
11800 0700 0800 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W  KIG 250 295   0 146 Eng DWL
12005 0700 0800 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W  KIG 250 295   0 146 Eng DWL
15275 0700 0800 37,38,39,46,47,48,52,53,57KIG 250 0     0 927 Eng DWL
 9800 1000 1100 48SW,52E,53NW             KIG 250 0     0 935 Swa DWL
11800 1000 1100 48SW,52E,53NW             KIG 250 0     0 930 Swa DWL
12005 1300 1400 46,47W                    KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau DWL
15275 1300 1400 46,47W                    KIG 250 310  15 217 Hau DWL
17800 1300 1400 46,47W                    KIG 250 295   0 217 Hau DWL
 9800 1500 1600 46SE,47S,48SW,52,53W,57NE KIG 250 0     0 935 Swa DWL
11800 1500 1600 46SE,47S,48SW,52,53W,57NE KIG 250 0     0 930 Swa DWL
 9610 1600 1700 48                        KIG 250 30    0 156 Amh DWL
 9800 1600 1700 48                        KIG 250 0     0 935 Amh DWL
11800 1600 1700 48                        KIG 250 30   30 217 Amh DWL
15410 1600 1700 48                        KIG 250 0     0 927 Amh DWL
 9800 1700 1800 37S,46,47,52              KIG 250 295   0 217 Fra DWL
12005 1700 1800 37S,46,47,52              KIG 250 295   0 146 Fra DWL
15275 1700 1800 37S,46,47,52              KIG 250 295   0 217 Fra DWL
12005 1800 1900 46,47W                    KIG 250 295   0 146 Hau DWL
15275 1800 1900 46,47W                    KIG 250 310  15 217 Hau DWL
17800 1800 1900 46,47W                    KIG 250 295   0 217 Hau DWL
17800 1930 2000 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W  KIG 250 295   0 217 Eng DWL
17800 1930 2000 46S                       KIG 250 295   0 217 Ful AWR
17800 2000 2030 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W  KIG 250 295   0 217 Eng DWL
17800 2000 2030 46E,47W                   KIG 250 295   0 217 Fra AWR
15275 2030 2100 37S,38W,46,47,52,48W,53W  KIG 250 295   0 217 Eng DWL
15275 2030 2100 46SE                      KIG 250 295   0 217 Yor AWR

Probably three 250 kW units at Kigaly relay in permanent use,
despite another additional separate domestic broadcast service of
Radio Rwanda Kigali with 50 kW non-directional fountain like antenna
signal on permanent 6055 kHz, scheduled 0255-2100 UT sundays, but
Mons-Sats 0255-0600 and 0900-2100 UT.
(hfcc website, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

SAUDI ARABIA / MOROCCO   MW 594.000 kHz 1035 UT Oct 7th recording.

Dear Tarek SU1TZ, checked the MW stn 594.000 kHz at 1038 UT Oct 7th again,
but unfortunatelly MUCH THUNDERSTORM disturbtion today so far. Checked on
remote SDR Perseus in southern Italy at Placanica, Reggio Calabria, Italy,
of Christian Panajia, IZ8EYP unit.

N o t  same Program as liveradio from SNRT Morocco
594 kHz MRC - SNRT Al-Idaa al-Watania, Oujda
<http://www.snrt-publicite.ma/>
<http://www.alidaa-alwatania.ma/>
<http://www.alidaa-alwatania.ma/player.php>

(wb, to Tarek Zeidan SU1TZ, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

SAUDI ARABIA   Tentatively 593.999 kHz, some morning like program with man
and lady(1) spoken in Arabic, and also short piece of Arabic music,
BUT NOT Morocco program SNRT Al-Idaâ al-Watania, Oujda.

Checked 593.999 kHz against Radio Riyadh regional program on 9714.921 kHz
odd frequency, but 593.999 did fade-out and disturbed by main power grid
locally at Placanica, Reggio Calabria, Italy, after 0600 UT on remote site
in Italy unfortunatelly.

594.999 Oujda Morocco
594.000/593.999 Saudi Arabia tentat.
593.988 UNIDentified.

At 2120-2135 UT on Oct 7. At 2120 UT noted SNRT Al-Idaa al-Watania Morocco
594.999 kHz in // to Live Radio
<http://www.alidaa-alwatania.ma/player.php>
latter, which was 5-6 seconds behind MW 594.999 kHz Oujda outlet.
In Italy noted bassy male voice on 594.000 kHz nearly 99% assumption was
Saudi Arabic ARS, but heterodyne also of another strong 593.988 kHz peak.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 7)

SPAIN   Shortwave REE Noblejas. End final date of Oct 14 ... REE has
published in its webpage, announcing the end of SW broadcasts.

<http://www.rtve.es/radio/20141003/radio-exterior-espana-suprime-emision-onda-corta/1021661.shtml>

REE will turn-off signal on Octber 15, 2014 at 0000 peninsular Spanish
hour, which is October 14th at 2200 UT.
(Juan Antonio Arranz Sanz-ESP, dxld / SW TXsite Oct 7)

On October 14, at 22 UT, the upcoming retirement REE with short waves and
prospects of broadcast transmission in Russian Svetlana Demidova 8 October

<http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/emision-en-ruso/>
(MIDXB Oct 7)

SPAIN   After a 10-minute newscast, the English-language broadcast of REE
this evening announced there will be no more shortwave broadcasts after
midnight Madrid time on October 15. The announcement said programming
would be available on the Galaxy 23 satellite and live on the REE web
site. REE in Spanish and several RNE domestic channels are currently
available on Galaxy 23, there is currently no programming in English. At
the REE web site, English-language broadcasts are available on demand, but
there is currently no way to listen to the English program "live" or
simultaneous with its broadcast on shortwave. Does this announcement
suggest that the existing REE feeds will become multilingual, with
different languages at different times?
(Mike Cooper-GA-USA, dxld Oct 9 UT Oct 10)

Ambiguity to the end: "midnight" could refer to either the beginning or
the end of a 24-hour day. "Midnight Madrid time on October 15" could mean
either 2200 UT October 14 or 2200 UT October 15. Assuming it's the former,
the final English SW broadcast to North America is imminent, UT Tue
October 14 at 0000-0100 on 6055 kHz; yet to Europe/Africa there would be
another one, October 14 at 1900-2000 on 9665, 11615 kHz. If you can, you
might want to catch that one October 13 too.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 13)

THAILAND   Radio Thailand B-14 schedule,
26 Oct 2014 til March 28, 2015

0000-0030 English   13745  006  US-East *Live
0030-0100 English   13745  030  US-West *Live
0100-0200 Thai      13745  038  US-West
0200-0230 English   13745  006  US-East
0230-0330 Thai      13745  006  US-East
0530-0600 English   12015  308  EaEurope/Russia *Live
1000-1100 Thai      17630  300  Middle East
1030-1100 Thai       1575  145  SoEaAS
1100-1130 Thai       1575  145  SoEaAS Mon-Fri only
1100-1115 Vietnamese 5875  144  Asia-Pacific
1115-1130 Khmer      5875  144  Asia-Pacific
1130-1145 Lao        5875  030  Asia-Pacific
1145-1200 Burmese    5875  276  Asia-Pacific
1200-1230 Thai       1575  145  SoEaAS Mon-Fri only
1200-1215 Malaysian  9390  154  Asia-Pacific
1230-1300 English    9390  132  Asia-Pacific
1300-1315 Japanese   9390  054  Asia-Pacific
1315-1330 Mandarin   9390  030  Asia-Pacific
1330-1400 Thai       9390  054  Asia-Pacific
1400-1430 English    9390  132  Asia-Pacific
1800-1900 Thai       9390  316  Europe
1900-2000 English    9390  324  Europe
2000-2015 German     9390  324  Europe
2030-2045 English    9390  324  Europe
2045-2115 Thai       9390  316  Europe
2230-2400 Thai       1575  145  SoEaAS Sun-Thur only.

Radio Thailand, World Services (HSK9),
Public Relations Department, Royal Thai Government
236 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Din Daeng,
Bangkok 10400, Thailand

Tel +662 6919917  Fax +662 2776139
e-mail  <english [at] hsk9 dot org>
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

U.K.   17495  RTÉ Raidió Teilifís Éireann Radio via Woofferton-UK relay
site verified an electronic report to
<hearus -at- rte.ie>
with a full data - excluding site - two page electronic PDF attachment
featuring a space photo Ireland and some local scenes in 10 days for the
special transmission of the All-Ireland Football Final.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Oct 5)

U.K.  fantastic photo images.
BBC Monitoring Receiving Station, Crowsley Park - 1984 to 2001y
<https://www.flickr.com/photos/71155570@N00/sets/72157648015981205>
(Andrea Borgnino-ITA  IW0HK, SW TXsite Oct 13)

USA   11580  Radio Ukraine International - via RMI Okeechobee-FL relay, at
*2330-2359* UT on Sept 29, IS followed by "This is Ukrainian Radio" IDwith
English program with news and Ukrainian Perspectives". At close a man
announcer asked for reports to
<info -at- wrmi.net>
plus postal address. Fair. Interesting to have Ukraine back on shortwave
although from Florida site.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Oct 5)

VIETNAM/AUSTRIA/UAE/U.K./USA
Voice of Vietnam Hanoi, B-14 season schedule, from Oct 26, 2014.

 9635 0000 2400 49          VN1 100 145   0 141 Vie        VTN VOV
 6175 0100 0128 8           WOF 250 282 -12 611 Eng        G   BAB
 6165 0130 0200 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 6175 0130 0228 8           WOF 250 282 -12 611 Vie        G   BAB
 6175 0230 0300 8           WOF 250 282 -12 611 Eng        G   BAB
 6175 0300 0328 11NW        HRI 250 173 -15 146 Spa        USA BAB
 6175 0300 0330 11NW        HRI 250 173 -15 146 Spa        USA FCC
 5925 0300 0600 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 6175 0330 0400 11NW        HRI 250 173 -15 146 Eng        USA FCC
 6175 0330 0400 11          HRI 250 173 -15 146 Eng        USA BAB
 6175 0400 0428 11NW        HRI 250 173 -15 146 Spa        USA BAB
 6175 0400 0430 11NW        HRI 250 173 -15 146 Spa        USA FCC
 9850 0400 0530 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 5975 0400 0600 49          MET  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 6175 0430 0500 10NW        HRI 250 260  15 146 Vie        USA BAB
 6175 0430 0530 10          HRI 250 260  15 146 Vie        USA FCC
 6175 0500 0528 10NW        HRI 250 260  15 146 Vie        USA BAB
 9840 1000 1100 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
12020 1000 1100 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
 7285 1030 1600 49          MET  50 216   0 141 ThaLaoVie  VTN VOV
 9840 1100 1230 44,45       VN1 100 57    0 156 JpnEng     VTN VOV
12020 1100 1230 44,45       VN1 100 57    0 156 JpnEng     VTN VOV
 7220 1100 1330 31-33       VN1 100 27    0 218 ZhoRus     VTN VOV
12000 1100 1330 31-33       VN1 100 27    0 218 ZhoRus     VTN VOV
 5925 1100 1500 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 5975 1100 1500 49          MET  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 6165 1145 1200 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 9840 1230 1330 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
12020 1230 1330 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
 6165 1230 1400 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 9840 1330 1430 44,45       VN1 100 57    0 156 JpnEng     VTN VOV
12020 1330 1430 44,45       VN1 100 57    0 156 JpnEng     VTN VOV
 9840 1430 1530 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
12020 1430 1530 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
 7220 1500 1700 37-39       VN1 100 290   0 218 VieEngFra  VTN VOV
 9550 1500 1700 37-39       VN1 100 290   0 218 VieEngFra  VTN VOV
 7280 1600 1800 27-30,37-39 VN1 100 320   0 218 EngRusVie  VTN VOV
 9730 1600 1800 27-30,37-39 VN1 100 320   0 218 EngRusVie  VTN VOV
 5955 1800 1830 27N         MOS 100 300   0 800 Eng        AUT BAB
 7280 1800 2000 27-30,37-39 VN1 100 320   0 218 EngFraSpa  VTN VOV
 9730 1800 2000 27-30,37-39 VN1 100 320   0 218 EngFraSpa  VTN VOV
 5955 1830 1930 27          MOS 100 300   0 800 Vie        AUT BAB
 5955 1930 2000 27SE        MOS 100 300   0 800 Fra        AUT BAB
 6135 2000 2030 29          WOF 300 75    0 216 Rus        G   BAB
 7280 2000 2130 27-30,37-39 VN1 100 320   0 218 RusEngFra  VTN VOV
 9730 2000 2130 27-30,37-39 VN1 100 320   0 218 RusEngFra  VTN VOV
 6175 2030 2130 28NW        DHA 250 315  30 218 Deu        UAE BAB
 7220 2030 2130 37-39       VN1 100 290   0 218 VieEngFra  VTN VOV
 9550 2030 2130 37-39       VN1 100 290   0 218 EngFra     VTN VOV
 5930 2130 2230 28          WOF 250 114   0 551 Vie        G   BAB
 5925 2145 0100 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 5975 2145 0100 49          MET  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 7210 2145 1700 49          DAL  20 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 7435 2145 1700 49          VN1 100 97    0 141 Vie        VTN VOV
11720 2145 1700 49          VN1 100 187   0 156 Vie        VTN VOV
 7285 2200 0100 49          MET  50 216   0 141 ThaLaoVie  VTN VOV
 6020 2200 1530 49          DAL  20 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 7220 2200 2230 31-33       VN1 100 27    0 218 Zho        VTN VOV
12000 2200 2230 31-33       VN1 100 27    0 218 Zho        VTN VOV
 6165 2200 2300 49          CK2  50 0     0 975 Vie        VTN VOV
 9840 2200 2300 44,45       VN1 100 57    0 156 JpnZho     VTN VOV
12020 2200 2300 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 JpnZho     VTN VOV
 9840 2300 2400 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
12020 2300 2400 54          VN1 100 177   0 156 IndEng     VTN VOV
(VoVTN Hanoi, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

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Some logs of this Oct 12 morning, noted around 0545 to 0800 UT.

Yes Harald, rather bad propagation condition.
Used few remote SDR unit locations in Massachusetts-USA, Florida-USA,
Vancouver Island-CAN, and Edmonton Alberta-CAN.

CANADA  6159.976  CKZU Vancouver Isl., political interview on terrorism,
interview with former Senator Bob Graham at 0815 UT, comments on Jo Byden
on Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Kurdistan, Gaza strip in Palestine, and Saudi
Arabia recent clashes. Stronger S=9+15 -57dBm on Vancouver Island, -
phone-in program on terrorism.

Weaker CKZN St. John's signal some 14 Hertz only apart,
6159.962 kHz heard in Massachusetts-USA post at 0714 UT Oct 12 on
eastcoast of NoAM.

4885.019 BRA Nice light popular music signal into Alberta-CAN at 0545 UT
on Oct 12, S=9+10dB -63dBm, .. linda coração feliz ..., ZYG362 Rádio
 Clube do Pará, Belém PA, slightly disturbed by CODAR wiper signal.

4914.911 BRA ZYF360 Rádio Difusora de Macapá, Amapá AP, S=8-9 or -68dBm
strength, fair signal at 0606 UT on Oct 12. popular music. QRM: but slight
CODAR wiper signal.

5829.983 USA WTWW Lebanon TN, S=9+30dB -47dBm powerful signal strength in
Edmonton Alberta-CAN remote SDR unit. At 0610 UT on Oct 12, En missionary
prayer, talk on Bible chapter 5, about immorality theme.

5910.063 CLM Alcaraván Rádio, Lomalinda, Puerto Lleras, Meta, trumpet
music at 0616 UT Oct 12, Rumba rhythm, S=9 or -71dBm signal strength into
northern Alberta Canada rx site. Fluttery signal, hops few Hertz up and
down.

5939.751 BRA Voz Missionaria, Camboriú, SC, in BrazPortugese at 0626 UT,
// to 9664.764 ZYE890 same program station at 0632 UT Oct 12, but heavily
interference by KCBS Pyongyang KRE on 9665 kHz even frequency.

5964.979 Tentative BRA Rádio Transmundial (RTM) Santa Maria, RS. Only weak
tiny UNID peak visible, S=5 or -90dBm.

5969.998 BRA ZYE523 Rádio Itatia, Rádio das Minas, Belo Horizonte MG,
logged around 0637 UT on Oct 12, S=8, -78dBm, popular smooth light music,
in BrazPort language.

Two stations hit each other on 6010 kHz channel

6010.050 BRA ZYE521 - and

6010.191 CLM stronger at 0647 UT on Oct 12; La Voz de tu Conciencia,
Lomalinda, Puerto Lleras, Meta, but nothing heard of Mexican stn Rádio
Mil, Ciudad de México at this morning.

6080.042 BRA ZYE726 Rádio Marumby, Curitiba PR. Evangelical Church weak
but readable program, S=7 or -86dBm, noted on Edmonton Alberta SDR unit.
NOT // 9515 kHz or didn't propagate from Curitiba PR Brazil in 31mb.

6119.991 SWZ TWR Africa from Manzini, Swaziland, weak but well readable in
Edmonton Alberta SDR unit, prayer and mens song chorus at 0705 UT Oct 12.
S=7 -86dBm signal strength.

6134.691 BRA ZYE954 Rádio Aparecida, "Voz do Aparecida", Aparecida, SP,
programa evangélico, station ID at 0700 UT, Oct 12, S=9+10dB -60dBm,
strongest Latin American stn in 49mb this morning. Paternoster prayer in
BrazPort language at 0707 UT. Morning phone-in talk at 0710 UT.

// 5035.005  6134.691  9629.968  11854.965 kHz  at 0700-0745 UT slot.

7400 [7405/7410] AUT TWR Europe from ORS Moosbrunn site in Austria, not as
strong as expected normally. S=8-9 or -80dBm, sermon in En at 0716 UT Oct
12, signal was hit heavily by Cuban scratchy jamming signal on next
adjacent channel 7405 kHz. Nice signal too - on adjacent 7410 kHz from
RAustralia ABC Shepparton, kricket sports news report, S=9+20dB -51dBm.

7451-7459 kHz wide range.

Terrible UTE high speed bips covered RMI Tru News service from
Okeechobee-FL on 7455 kHz, talk on terrorism, S=9+40dB.

7505.298 USA WRNO New Orleans LA, just low carrier parked here; noted at
0723 UT on Oct 12. Presumably leaving the exciter on air, after the
full-power broadcast nominally only until 0400 UT.

9565.053 BRA ZYE727 SRDA Super R Deus é Amor, Curitiba, PR, only weak tiny
signal on threshold level, at 0731 UT on Oct 12.

9585.915 very odd frequency, but much stronger same station ZYE969 SRDA
Super R Deus é Amor, from São Paulo SP, unstable transmitter, hopping some
10 to 25 Hertz away, up and down.

9629.968 BRA Similar nice signal like Rádio Aparecida on other meter
bands, Aparecida, SP, nice smooth voice of male call interviewer of
their morning program.

// 5035.005  6134.691  9629.968  11854.965 kHz  at 0700-0745 UT slot.

9645.388 BRA ZYE957 Rádio Bandeirantes, São Paulo, SP, observed at 0750 UT
on Oct 12, but nothing heard on // 11925 kHz this morning.

9749.978 CHN NMRB Mongolian service of Hohhot transmitting center #839, at
0753 UT on Oct 12. S=7-8 -81dBm signal fade-in into Edmonton Alberta-CAN
remote unit. Male Mongolian voices heard.

11605.100 TWN (tentativelly) Already on air early from 0754 UT, before
scheduled RTI Japanese sce at 08-09 UT started. S=9 or -76dBm noted on
remote CAN SDR. Fluttery signal on nightly Alaska-Pacific path into North
America.

11780.109 BRA RNA on very odd frequency today.
Nothing noted on either 6180 or 5990 kHz.

Seemingly a reserve unit of their 3 to 4 x 250 kW powerful beasts made in
BBC Switzerland. ID Rádio Nacional da Amazônia, and Rádio Nacional jingle
at 0800 UT on Oct 12, S=9+10 or -62dBm signal into western Canada.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 12)

Oct 10th at 15-16 UT heard in Nagoya-JPN, downunder Brisbane and Sydney
remote SDR sites, very weak propagation:

4765.59 TJK Tajik Radio 1, from Dushanbe Yangi-Yul, signal was S=7-8 at
1515 UT on Oct 10. (heard in Nagoya-JPN)

4779.936 UNID probably Djibouti ? odd frequency ?, never traced that, was
always even frequency in the past. At 1522 UT on Oct 10.

4940 CHN Voice of Strait from Fuzhou is back on even frequency, noted at
1537 UT, S=9+15dB on Oct 10.

4970.016 IND AIR Shillong in English, heard at 1540 UT on Oct 10, female
voice talk.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 10)

49 m this morning - bad conditions? Hi DXers, this morning Oct 12
around 0400 UT I found a nearly empty 6160 kHz channel.
CKZN missing again or just bad condx?
CKZN normally is quite strong here in Germany.

Around same time 6185 kHz tent Educación "very" weak, but 5910 kHz
Alcaraván booming in (but nothing // on 6010 kHz).
(Harald Kuhl-D, DXplorer Oct 12)

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EDXC 2014, European DX Council

This annual event was held from 19th through 22nd of September in France.
On 19th, most of attendees met at Nice airport by Mr. Christian Ghibaudo,
organizer of the EDXC 2014, and took EDXC chartered bus to Saint Dalmas de
Tende, 70km north of Nice. On arrival, we checked in the hotel located in
picturesque valley of Southern Alps in France.

The official opening was announced by EDXC Chairman, Mr. Kari Kivecas of
Finland. Then, Mr. Dario Monferini of Italy presented his Brazilian Radio
tour. The next day session was started by Mr. Kivecas about EDXC matters,
and Mr. David Ricquish of New Zealand presented news about radio stations
in New Zealand and South Pacific.

After the tour to Tende village, the presentation was resumed. Mr.
Ghibaudo presented the history of Radio Monte Carlo [see MONACO], and Mr.
Anker Petersen of Denmark talked about his DX-ing on a cruise ship to the
Caribbean Sea. Mr. Alexander Beryozkin spoke about his St. Petersburg
radio club.

On the third day, the chartered bus brought us to Ventimiglia of Italy and
Monaco, where we had a tour of the palace, then to Nice hotel, covering
three countries in one day. The fourth day was excursion in Nice with
visits to a couple of radio stations. The Conference was attended by 29
people from 9 countries, and very successful and enjoyable. This is all
for this month and hope you enjoy DX'ing.
(Toshi Ohtake-JPN, Japan Short Wave Club, P.O.Box 44, Kamakura 248-8691,
Japan, JSWC bulletin Oct 2014 via playdx yg direct and via dxld)

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