WORLDWIDE DX CLUB Top News - BC-DX #1226 - 05 Nov 2015

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compiled by Wolfgang Büschel, Germany




ALBANIA   7425, on Oct 30 at 0230 UT, Radio Tirana with heavy subaudible
heterodyne and co-channel interference from IBB Greenville 7305/7365 kHz
intermodulation, while 7470 kHz remains wide open. It seems the official
who must OK our suggestion is away, so waiting on that to make the change.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 30)

Log of Oct 27, 7425.0 kHz  Bevor Radio Tirana starts at 0230 UT noted an
strong intermodulation here from IBB Greenville outlets fundamentals
Vatican Radio 7305 / IBB Marti 7365 kHz, S=8 or -74dBm at 0138 UT.

Nearby 7445 kHz the BBC London service in Pashto Afghan language via
Al'Seela Oman relay heard well at same 0230-0300 UTC hour.

Two Brother Stair or TOM services heard on WBCQ 7489.958 kHz and
RMI 7570.0 kHz from Okeechobee Florida too.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 27)

Glenn,
As a test: 7470 kHz instead of 7425 kHz - Our Radio Tirana Director
ordered from tonight, for Radio Tirana Channel-3 English Program to North
America at 0230-0300 UT.

Please, arrange its monitoring for 3 days to see how it propagates in
East-Central USA. Thank you very much, indeed.
(Mrs. Drita Cico, RTSH Monitoring & High Frequency Manager, Radio Tirana,
dxld Oct 30)

7470 test successful.
7470 0230-0300 UT to zones 7-9, SHI 100 310 146 Tue-Sun Eng ALB ALR ex7425

R. Tirana is testing 7470 for three (two?) nights instead of 7425 kHz
[at 0230-0258 UT Tues-Suns, wb.],
following my urging, to avoid Greenville intermodulation and adjacent
jamming interference. Reports of course wanted.

7425, on Oct 31 at 0228 UT, Vatican Radio theme music is clearly audible
here as well as on fundamental 7305 kHz. This may have been closing, as
they were already off at 0239 UT instead of 0245 UT. It seems this
transmission sometimes runs 30, sometimes 45 minutes.

7470, Oct 31 at *0230:04 UT, R. Tirana open carrier on, off, on; 0231 UT
IS once and standard sign-on still mentioning 7425 kHz (tho sounded more
like 7426 kHz, maybe due to a fade/distortion). Signal on 7470 kHz is S9,
but so is the storm noise level; this is not a good night for SW reception
in general. But 7470 kHz is now FREE of any man-made interference, and so
are adjacent frequencies, nothing on 7465 or 7475, 7480 kHz; weak station
on 7460 kHz, and strong station on 7490 kHz.

Comparing to other European signals on 7 MHz band: 7340 kHz, RRI Romanian
is S=9+20dB, but that is still not strong enough to overcome the noise
level. 7395 kHz, RRI in French is better at S=9+30dB. These are of course
much stronger transmitters and antennas. Radio Tirana goes to music at
0240 UT. So of course, I recommend that they stay on 7470 kHz.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 31)

Alan Roe in the U.K. reports: "Fair to good reception here (outside the
target area) at sign-on 0230 UT with good signal strength - conditions a
little noisy and some deep fading, but otherwise OK with no QRM. It's a
stronger signal than I hear at 2100 UT for the European transmission."

Wolfgang Bueschel-Germany monitored the same with all these details, but
doesn't say anything about interference, so we assume there was none
either,
[yes, no QRM heard at all in 7460 to 7490 kHz wide band range at that
time, so far, wb.]
of  which is the reason for the move:

"Dear Drita, here is a report of your Radio Tirana English language
transmission to the states in North America, USA, Canada and Mexico /
Cuba, on October 31, 2015, at 0227 to 0258 UT, on a

frequency of 7469.981 kHz exact footprint,

measured on the remote SDR software defined radio unit at New Jersey unit
post on eastern US coastline next to the Atlantic Ocean.

Signal strength was mostly at S=9+15dB to +20dB signal strength,
latter in signal peaks. Very little audio BUZZ heard accompanied
of their 100 / 200 Hz origin main power. Main powerful audio bandwidth
was visible at 2.2 kHz wide, the total bandwidth of the Shijak signal
was 5.4 kHz.

At 0227 UT heard a first attempt to start the transmission,
heard a 2 second lasting Radio Tirana pause signal.

At 0229:06 UT the Shijak transmitter started again, short transmission
ended at 0229:52 UT.

At 0230:07 TX Shijak started again, noted Radio Tirana Identification and
piano interval heard, followed by Identification read and spoken by the
female lady presenter. Followed by male newscast reader of Radio Tirana
news from 0230 UT onwards.

See the attached screenshot of the SDR software screen of 0238 UT,
and listen to the recorded audio file of 0231 to 0237 UT. Radio Tirana's
music program continued til 0256 UT.

At 0256:40 UT final Radio Tirana interval signal noted again til
0257:49 UT, when the Shijak transmitter switched OFF.
regards de Wolfie in Stuttgart Germany. Oct 31"

ARGENTINA   11710.480  footprint of RAE Buenos Aires - probably Portuguese
sce, S=8-9 fluttery, QRM CNR1 Beijing transmission til 0130 UT, wandered
up to 11710.503 kHz at 0125 UT on Oct 28.
(wb, hcdx / wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 28)

ARGENTINA   Radio Nacional online archive opened.
Der argentinische Rundfunk hat am 29. Oktober 2015 ein online-Archive
eingeweiht: <http://www.archivoprisma.com.ar/>
<http://www.radionacional.com.ar/p=82506>
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 28)

ASCENSION ISLS   11830 / 12050 kHz exchange action in A-15 to B-15 season.

11830, Dandal Kura Radio ? Issoudun[?], at 2015-2059* UT on [A-15 season
17-21 UT] Oct 24, mainly talks in Kanuri language, short segments of
localmusic. Nice ID, website information and Gmail address at close of
program. Closed with instrumental music until carrier was terminated. Fair
to good.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Oct 26)

hfcc request list mentioned ASC txion center also in A-15 season ...
in B-15 11830 kHz sce mentioned only 30 mins registered though as
Babcock brokered service on Suns only, in English language instead ???

11830 1900-1930 46SE ASC 250kW 65deg 0 547 1=Suns only
251015-270316 Eng   G   BAB  FBM - Follow The Bible Ministries program.

but this Kanuri Program now on 12050 kHz 18-21 UT via ASC relay.
12050 1800-2100 46SE ASC 250 65  0 607 daily 251015-270316 Kau   G   BAB
wb.

AUSTRIA   7330  Radio Joystick (c/o Jens F. Hofstadt, Postfach 2331, 55512
Bad Kreuznach, <http://radiojoystick.de>
sendet im Winter nach folgendem Sendeplan und damit gegenueber der
Sommerzeit unveraendert:

1100-1200 UT 7330 kHz (ORS Moosbrunn Austria 100 kW, 283 deg) 1st Sunday.
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

BELGIUM/USA   [ARMENIA/FRANCE/MOLDOVA/PALAU/TAIWAN]
BRB  Alyx & Yeyi B-15 schedule of Ludo Maes-BEL/FL-USA.
Winter Oct 25, 2015 - March 27, 2016

Program           Time UT   kHz  Loc   days    language    Target Area

Radio Miraya     0300-0600 11560 MDA  mtwtfss  Arabic/Engl AF
Denge Kurdistan  0400-1200  9400 MDA  mtwtfss  Kurdish     ME
Denge Kurdistan  0800-1200  9400 ERV  mtwtfss  Kurdish     ME
Denge Kurdistan  1200-2200  9400 MDA  mtwtfss  Kurdish     ME
Suab Xaa Moo Zoo 1130-1200 11570 TWN  mtwtfss  Hmong       AS
Que Me           1200-1230  9930 PLW  ....f..  Vietnamese  AS
Radio Xoriyo     1600-1630 17870 ISS  m...f..  Somali      AF
Oromo Voice      1600-1630 17850 ISS  m.w..s.  Oromo       AF
Radio Assenna    1700-1800 11720 ISS  m..t.s.  Tigrinya    AF
Eritrean Forum   1700-1800 11720 ISS  .t..f.s  Tigrinya    AF
Eritrean Forum   1700-1800 11720 ISS  ..w....  Arabic      AF
Eritrean Forum   1800-1900 11720 ISS  .....s.  Arabic      AF
Suab Xaa Moo Zoo 2230-2300  7530 TWN  mtwtfss  Hmong       Asia

Alyx & Yeyi, LLC - 5201 Blue Lagoon Drive, 8th Floor,
Miami, FL 33126 U.S.A.
P. (305) 572-8070
E. <info -at- alyx-yeyi.com>
(Alokesh Gupta-IND, DXindia Oct 25)

BRAZIL   TX Site Archive. Thru dxld #1541 I noticed that there was a
feature on Radio Caiari, RO on 1430 kHz / 4875 kHz.

I found a site unknown to me before thanks to David Wyllyans and his
DXBrasilsw blogspot. It is centred around  08 47 45 S  63 46 40 W.

There are good photos on the blogspot website but they all come from
Street View anyway. My original thoughts on where the station was focused
on a site way to the west of the city. The quality of the Street View
images might provide you with interesting points for discussion??
(Dan Goldfarb-UK, SW TXsite Oct 22)

Fotos parque das antenas e da Radio Guaiba 6000 kHz Ondas Curtas e 720 kHz
AM desde Porto Alegre - RS - Brazil.

Photos Park of the antennas and Radio Guaiba 6000 kHz shortwave and
AM 720 kHz and FM 101.3 MHz from Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil

6000 kHz Power 10 kW; 720 kHz Power 100 kW.

Foto vista parcial do parque das antenas da Radio Guaiba / Photo Partial
view of the park from the antennas of Radio Guaiba.

Foto das Antenas de Ondas Curtas da Radio Guaiba em 6000 kHz e AM 720 kHz.
Photo of shortwave antennas of Radio Guaiba on 6000 kHz and 720 kHz AM

Foto entrada do parque das antenas da Radio Guaiba.
Photo entrance to the park of the antennas of Radio Guaiba.

Foto da Radio Guaiba / Photo Radio Guaiba

<http://dxbrazilsw.blogspot.com.br/2015/10/fotos-parque-das-antenas-e-da-radio.html>
(Daniel Wyllyans-BRA, hcdx Oct 22)

BRAZIL  [and non] Log on Oct 28 at 0045-0130 UT heard instead CNR station
11925.000 exact frequency
2025-0200 42NW LIN 100 286 0 216 1234567
251015-270316 Chinese CHN CNR RTC 2840

as well as
11764.658 kHz SRDA Curitiba
11780.096 kHz RNB / S=5 -67dBm, many ID's and FM programs too, 0055 UT
11815.026 S=7 signal Radio Brazil Central
11856.235 kHz Radio Aparecida, S=6 only.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

CANARY ISLANDS   1179  Radio Club de Tenerife, Cadena Ser, at 1812-1835 UT
on Oct 25, identification: "Radio Club", advertisements, soccer, live,
mach between Tenerife and Osasuna. Interference from SER Rioja, Logrono
and SER Valencia on the same frequency. 12321.
(Manuel Mendez-Lugo-ESP, hcdx Oct 26)

CHINA   The Chinese Firedrake Jammer is a powerful transmitter that
hijacks the frequencies of radio stations that China wishes to block.

Known Firedrake Jammer Frequencies. I think Glenn has mentioned before in
dxld that the whole one-hour studio-quality Firedrake program is
available for listening and download here:

01 Firedrake
<https://soundcloud.com/mediaexplorer/01-firedrake>
It's actually enjoyable if you like Chinese classical music.
(Richard Langley-CAN, dxld Oct 22)

re Firedrake.
Not reported Voice of Kuanghua progr operations on shortwave from Taiwan
recently, last word was some refurbishing or repair work at their two SW
TX sites of Alliss / RIGID type like antennas of

Ampegon, which is the SW manufacturing operation at Turgi, Switzerland
(originally ex BrownBoverie / ABB), and the antenna operation in
Schifferstadt (ex Mannheim) Germany, both of which were also formerly
Thales company. 73 wb df5sx
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 21)

COLOMBIA   5910v  Alcaravan Radio, Puerto Lleras, at 0505-0647 UT on Oct
25, very nice Colombian songs program, llaneras and others, identification
"Sistema radial Alcaravan Radio". 34333.
(Manuel Mendez-ESP, hcdx Oct 25)

6010.3  on Oct 29 at 2359 UT, music marred by stuttering continuously,
rather like fingers drumming on a lower lip. Not // 15190.1 kHz Radio
Inconfidencia-BRA, so presumably LV de tu Conciencia-CLM. Then Oct 30 at
0002 UT, I find the same sound on the other HJDH, 5910.1 kHz, Alcaravan
Radio, plus "running-H2O" ute QRM at times. Maybe it's a defective studio-
transmitter link (FM, or internet?) from Bogota to Puerto Lleras-CLM. They
are both around S6 to S7. 0053 UT recheck, 5910.1 kHz is still wobbly, and
6010.3 kHz seems dead air.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 29)

CONGO   6115  Radio Congo, Brazaville-COG. At 1757-1810 UT on Oct 19,
French, comments, at 1800 UT identification: "Radio Congo, Les nouvelles",
news about Congo. 24322. Also at 1745-1756* UT on Oct 24, French, comments
about Congo, cut transmission abruptly at 1756. 34433.
(Manuel Mendez-Lugo-ESP, hcdx Oct 26)

CUBA   11950, on Oct 25 at 1334 UT, RHC 'En Contacto' is starting a minute
early, as often the case on this and several other frequencies; it's 2015y
program #42 from Estudio 7, and first order of business is birthday
greetings as usual, to members of own staff as well as listeners.

It's B-15 now, but not at RHC, as frequency manager Arnie waits a week or
two for the dust to clear by stations which are not boycotting HFCC for
fear of having to deal with Americans. <Timeanddate.com> shows Cuba goes
off DST November 1 just like the USA, as Cuba is a running dog behind
American imperialism. After that we expect all Spanish programming to
shift one UT hour later, i.e. Sunday 1435 for this show, as well as 2340,
and UT Monday 0235, more or less, on whatever frequencies are then in use.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 25)    see below, wb.

Arnie Coro plans to move RHC 9710 to 6075 kHz on Nov 16, so better enjoy
CFRX 6070 while you can. At least he's not going right on CFRX' frequency
like he did before.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 31)

CUBA   RHC operational schedule in B-15 season, e-mail from Arnie arrived.

Change news on xlsx.format file arrived from Arnie Coro radio amateur
CO2KK at La Habana - host of "DXers Unlimited" program, Radio Havanna Cuba
on October 25.

B-15 schedule to start weekend 15/16 November 2015 at 1200 UT.

For me it is now clear, that solar cycle's 24 second and larger amplitude
peak went by during April 2014 ... so we are now years after it !!!

73 and DX
Your friend in sunny La Habana
73 and DX, Arnie
Prof Arnaldo Coro Antich, CO2KK

Radio Habana Cuba B-15 finally.

Radio Habana Cuba - Horarios, Bandas y Frecuencias
Periodo del 16 de Noviembre de 2015 a 11 de Abril de 2016.

Sites
Ba = Bauta, Be = Bejucal, Ti = Titan Quivican San Felipe

ZONAS GEOGRAFICAS FRECUENCIAS HORARIOS - UTC

TRANSMISIONES EN ESPANOL - PERIODO B-15

Zonas Geograficas
Beam to:

North and Central/Sudamerica
          tx  kW deg
 6000 kHz Ba 100 n-d  1200-1400 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun
11760 kHz Ba 100 n-d  1200-1900 UT
11760 kHz Ba 100 n-d  2200-0300 UT, En Contacto 2335 UT Sun

Nueva York
 6060 kHz Ba 100 010  0000-0500 UT, En Contacto 0235 UT Mon
 9710 kHz Ba 100 010  1200-1500 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun

San Francisco
15370 kHz Ba 100 310  1400-1600 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun

Chicago
 9850 kHz Ba 100 340  1200-1400 UT

America Central
 9820 kHz Be 100 260  1200-1600 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun
 9535 kHz Be 100 260  2200-0500 UT, En Contacto 2335 UT Sun, 0235 UT Mon
 9550 kHz Ti 250 n-d? 1400-1500 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun, HQ2/2/0,2

Antilles
 6075 kHz Be  50 125  2200-0600 UT, En Contacto 2335 UT Sun, 0235 UT Mon
 9640 kHz Be  50 125  1200-1600 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun

Rio de Janeiro
11670 kHz Ba 100 135  2400-0600 UT  En Contacto 0235 UT Mon
17730 kHz Ba 100 135  1200-1600 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun

Buenos Aires
17750 kHz Ti 250 160  1200-1600 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun
15230 kHz Ti 250 160  2400-0700 UT  En Contacto 0235 UT Mon
17580 kHz Ba 100 160  1200-1500 UT, En Contacto 1435 UT Sun
13740 kHz Ba 100 160  2200-0500 UT, En Contacto 2335 UT Sun, 0235 UT Mon

Chile
11840 kHz Ti 250 168  2200-0600 UT, En Contacto 2335 UT Sun, 0235 UT Mon

Europa
15370 kHz Ba 100  41/53  2200-2400 UT, En Contacto 2335 UT Sun

{En Contacto schedule - probably - only assumed/provised -
no details given yet by RHC, wb.}

Tropical Band NVIS antenna Bauta 5040 kHz / 60 mb non-directional
2200-2400, 0200-0600 UTC, En Contacto 2335 UT Sun, 0235 UT Mon,
to Cuba, Caribe, Sur de E.U./USA, Canada, Mexico,
America Central y Norte de Sudamerica.

Mesa Redonda Internacional [Monday-Thursday night special]
          tx  kW  deg
Washington
 6000 kHz Ti 250  10  2400-0100 UT
Chicago
11950 kHz Ba 100 340  2400-0100 UT

Radio Habana Cuba B-15 finally.
Radio Habana Cuba - Horarios, Bandas y Frecuencias
TRANSMISIONES EN VARIOS IDIOMAS
Periodo del 16 de Noviembre de 2015 a 11 de Abril de 2016.

Zonas Geograficas
Beam to:
TRANSMISIONES EN IDIOMA INGLES (English)
               tx  kW deg
New York       Ba 100  10  6060 kHz 0500-0700 UT
DXers UL  at 0510 UT Mon, 0530 UT Wed, 0610 UT Mon, 0630 UT Wed

San Francisco  Ba 100 310  6100 kHz 0500-0700 UT
DXers UL  at 0510 UT Mon, 0530 UT Wed, 0610 UT Mon, 0630 UT Wed

Chicago        Ba 100 340 11670 kHz 2000-2100 UT
DXers UL  at 2030 UT Tue, 2010 UT Sun

Chicago        Ba 100 340  6165 kHz 0100-0700 UT
DXers UL  at 0110 UT Mon, 0130 UT Wed, 0210 UT Mon, 0230 UT Wed
0310 UT Mon, 0330 UT Wed, 0410 UT Mon, 0430 UT Wed, 0510 UT Mon
0530 UT Wed, 0610 UT Mon, 0630 UT Wed

Washington     Ti 250  10  6000 kHz 0100-0500 UT
DXers UL  at 0110 UT Mon, 0130 UT Wed, 0210 UT Mon, 0230 UT Wed
0310 UT Mon, 0330 UT Wed, 0410 UT Mon, 0430 UT Wed

Washington     Ti 250  10  6000 kHz 0500-0700 UT
DXers UL at 0510 UT Mon, 0530 UT Wed, 0610 UT Mon, 0630 UT Wed

Banda Tropical Ba 100 n-d  5040 kHz 2400-0100 UT
DXers UL at 0010 UT Mon, 0030 UT Wed

Banda Tropical Ba 100 n-d  5040 kHz 0600-0700 UT
DXers UL at 0610 UT Mon, 0630 UT Wed

Africa         Ba 100 100(-30 slewed) 11880 kHz 2200-2300 UT
DXers UL at 2230 UT Tue, 2210 UT Sun

TRANSMISIONES EN IDIOMA FRANCES (FRANCAIS)

Europa         Ba 100  41/53  15370 kHz 1930-2000 UT
Chicago        Ba 100 340  11670 kHz 2100-2130 UT
Africa         Ba 100 100(-30 slewed) 11880 kHz 2100-2130 UT
Sudamerica     Be  50 135  17730 kHz 2230-2300 UT - except Sun.
Banda Tropical Ba 100 n-d   5040 kHz 0130-0200 UT

TRANSMISIONES EN IDIOMA PORTUGUES
Europa         Ba 100  41/53  15370 kHz 2000-2030 UT
Africa         Ba 100 100(-30 slewed) 11880 kHz 2130-2200 UT
Buenos Aires   Ti 250 160  15230 kHz 2300-2400 UT
Rio de Janeiro Be  50 135  17730 kHz 2330-2400 UT

TRANSMISIONES EN IDIOMA Arabe (Arabic)
Chicago        Ba 100 340     11670 kHz 1900-1930 UT
Europa         Ba 100  41/53  15370 kHz 2030-2100 UT

TRANSMISIONES EN IDIOMA ESPERANTO, Sunday only
San Francisco  Ba 100 310   6100 kHz 0700-0730 UT
NoCeSudamerica Ba 100 n-d  11760 kHz 1600-1630 UT
Sudamerica     Be  50 135  17730 kHz 2230-2300 UT - see French weekdays.

TRANSMISIONES EN IDIOMA CREOLE
Chicago        Ba 100 340  11670 kHz 1930-2000 UT
Buenos Aires   Be  50 135  17730 kHz 2300-2330 UT
Banda Tropical Ba 100 n-d   5040 kHz 0100-0130 UT

TRANSMISIONES EN IDIOMA QUECHUA
Buenos Aires   Be  50 135  17730 kHz 2400-0030 UT
(Arnie Coro-CUB  CO2KK  RHC - Radio Havana Cuba,
via / and DXers UL + En Contacto; items added by
wb df5sx, wwdxc germany BC-DX TopNews Oct 25)

CUBA/CHINA   CRI Cuba relay from Titan Quivican San Felipe site,
250 kW transmitter #1, and partly tx #5 requested registrado with
HFCC Prague B-15 list:

 5990 0000-0057 10E,11W  HAB 250 n-d cross dipole ant #930 Spa CUB CRI RTC
15120 0000-0057 12,14,16 HAB 250 160 HRS4/4/1  dipole #218 Spa CUB CRI RTC
 9580 0100-0157 8        HAB 250  10 HRS4/2/0.5dipole #206 Eng CUB CRI RTC
 9580 0200-0257 8        HAB 250  10 HRS4/2/0.5dipole #206 Chi CUB CRI RTC
 9790 0300-0357 6, 7SW   HAB 250 305 HRS4/4/0.5dipole #216 Eng CUB CRI RTC
 9790 0400-0457 6, 7SW   HAB 250 305 HRS4/4/0.5dipole #216 CantCUB CRI RTC
 9570 1200-1257 8        HAB 250  10 HRS4/2/0.5dipole #206 CantCUB CRI RTC
 9570 1300-1357 8        HAB 250  10 HRS4/2/0.5dipole #206 Eng CUB CRI RTC
15700 1400-1557 6, 7SW   HAB 250 305 HRS4/4/0.5dipole #216 Eng CUB CRI RTC
 5990 2300-2357 8S,10,11WHAB 250 n-d cross dipole ant #930 Eng CUB CRI RTC
13650 2300-2357 12,13,15NHAB 250 135 HRS4/4/1  dipole #218 Por CUB CRI RTC
(wb df5sx, wwdxc germany BC-DX TopNews Oct 25)

ECUADOR   Auch wenn HCJB Deutschland inzwischen einen eigenen kleinen
Standort in Weenermoor betreibt, experimentiert die deutsche
Partnerredaktion bei Radio HCJB Quito wieder mit Direktsendungen vom
ecuadorianischen Standort am Pichincha.

Statt wie vorher 04.30 UT, als Tests beobachtet worden waren, gab Horst
Rosiak im HCJB DX Programm am 24. Oktober einen neuen Sendeplatz an:
2330-2400 UT  6050 kHz, location Pichincha mountain, 6 kW.

Wie eigene Beobachtungen zeigen, waere eine Ausstrahlung um 04.30 Uhr in
Mitteleuropa schwerlich zu hoeren, denn die Frequenz wird ab 04.30 Uhr
durch den Sendestart von Adventist World Radio in Franzoesisch fuer
Nordafrika auf 6045 kHz mit 300kW via ORS Moosbrunn-Austria stark
beeintraechtigt.
(Bernd Seiser 25.10., via
Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

FRANCE   [veiled target radio to Nigeria]   15650  Radio Biafra ? Issoudun
(pres), 1948-2025 UT tune out on Oct 18, man announcer hosting a program
of telephone calls from listeners in English. Hard to understand but
announcer asked listener to identify themselves and where they were
calling from. On past usual 2000 UT closedown so either change in schedule
or the usually efficient Issoudun engineers let the program continue. Poor
to fair signal but largely difficult to make out content except at certain
peaks.
(Rich D'Angelo-PA-USA, DXplorer Oct 18)

FRANCE   1278 / 1160 kHz  300 kW  MW Strassbourg Selestat Medium Wave
closures in France, will be ceased for ever, on 1 Jan 2016.

Here is a confirmation that ALL medium waves will be close in December in
France. Here is report about France Bleu Elsass (1278 kHz), published
today by the newspaper Derni?res Nouvelles d'Alsace (DNA)...

<http://www.dna.fr/societe/2015/10/30/france-bleu-elsass-devient-numerique>

Media - From 1 January 2016  -  France Bleu Elsass going digital.

From 1 January 2016, France Bleu Elsass will be broadcast digitally, and
will cease to broadcast on medium wave. Status and projects. The director
of France Bleu Alsace Emmanuel Delattre immediately reassures: France Bleu
Alsace continues to issue and profile will not move. But instead of being
broadcast on MW, it will be seen on the digital: that is to say over fixed
Internet, on application to listen on all laptops and tablet or a Radioweb
connected to a livebox.

France Bleu Alsace, who has 85 years on November 11, will not change its
programs and will even amplify says Emmanuel Delattre. The man understands
that there will be for older fans of the radio listeners a difficulty to
go on digital, "we will push them to go, he insists. For Christmas, we
will launch a Radioweb operation. We populariserons as possible the
operation to bring all the listeners to follow us on digital".

Remodeling is national. On 1 January 2016, all average waves disappear for
all of Radio France. This fact explains Mr. Delattre, part of the
objectives and resources contract which commits Radio France on the 2015-
2019 period. The contract is signed with the state.

This technique is changing in the direction as an opportunity to open up
to a wider audience, to involve the younger generation to participate in
education in Alsatian language.

Emmanuel Delattre insists nothing will disappear in content. "We are
working with stakeholders in the digital and Alsatian in the region to
move closer to the desires of the listeners," together with the Ministry
of Education, the Region, the two county councils.

The grid will not move; ranges from 8 am to 12 am and from 13 am to 16 pm
30 remain in full Alsatian, "the offer will be enriched even thanks to
digital."

The range will be 8-12 pm watchable live video. We will take advantage of
technological change "to highlight the Alsatian scene that speaks and
sings in dialect, younger too. A work will be done on social networks,
with bilingual classes, Alsatian teachers." "This is to make this change
an opportunity to move forward [...]. This is not to diminish the presence
but to extend, "promises Mr. Delattre.

The stakeholder team will not change: the auditors find Felicien Muffler,
Simone Morgenthaler, Pierre Nuss, Jonathan Wahl.

And Emmanuel Delattre took the opportunity to stress that the
interventions in Alsace on France Bleu Alsace FM broadcast multiply since
last September.
(WRTH F_B group, by Christian Ghibaudo via France Bleu Elsass, 30 Oct)

Its reported that Bretagne 5 and some private stations will continue
on AM.
(Mike Terry-UK BrDXC-UK Oct 31)

GEORGIA   [Abkhazia]   1530  ID as "Radio Republic of Abkhazia" or
"Speaking/Calling Sukhumi", reported only on MW 1350 kHz from 0500 UT and
from 1500 hours UT with news in Russian from 0530 and from 1508 UT,
observed 9-14 Oct 2015.
(Rumen Pankov-BUL, via RusDX Oct 18 via dxld Oct 21)

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

MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH (formerly T-SYSTEMS - DTK FMO)
B-15 period (25 Oct 2015 - 27 March 2016)
B-15 operational MBR schedule, planned of Oct 25, 2015.
Times are in UTC.

 FREQ STARTSTOP CIRAF          TX/Ant#  AZI TYPE  DAYS  LOC POW ADM BRC
 5975 0400-0430 28SE             340101 140 146 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
 7220 0600-0630 46S                 235 200 216 1234567 ISS 250 F   AWR
 7315 0300-0330 48               310100 140 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
 9515 2000-2030 37,38W           310100 210 216 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
 9535 1900-2000 37,38W           320100 215 216 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
 9610 1000-1100 28W              330100 180 216 1...... NAU 100 D   AWR
 9830 1600-1630 28SE             350300 145 216 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
 9850 1930-2000 37,38W           310100 210 216 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
11680 1900-1930 46W              310100 218 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
11750 1530-1600 41N              310100  75 218 1234..7 NAU 250 D   AWR
11750 1530-1600 41N              310100  75 218 ....56. NAU 250 D   AWR
11860 1730-1800 37,38W           350300 210 216 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
11880 0700-0730 46S                 223 176 196 1234567 ISS 250 F   AWR
15145 0800-0830 37,38W           340200 210 218 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
15145 0830-0900 37,38W           340200 210 218 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
15150 1500-1530 41N              340200  90 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
15155 1730-1800 48               340200 145 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
15160 0800-0830 37,38W           330200 210 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
15230 0700-0800 37,38W           340200 210 218 1234567 NAU 100 D   AWR
15250 1530-1600 41N              340200  90 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
15480 1300-1330 42,43W           330200  70 218 1.....7 NAU 250 D   AWR
15480 1300-1330 42,43W           330200  70 218 .23456. NAU 250 D   AWR
15480 1330-1500 42,43W           330200  70 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
15490 1630-1700 48               330200 139 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
15700 0600-0630 46S              340200 181 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
17510 1630-1700 48               340200 140 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR
17510 1700-1730 48               340200 141 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   AWR

 5940 2000-2015 39N              330100 120 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   BVB
 5980 0430-0445 39N              340100 120 216 1.....7 NAU 125 D   BVB
 5980 0430-0450 39N              340100 120 216 .23456. NAU 125 D   BVB
 6030 1830-2000 28,29            350100  90 156 1...... NAU 100 D   BVB
 6030 1900-1915 28,29            350100  90 156 ....56. NAU 100 D   BVB
 6030 1900-1930 28,29            350100  90 156 ..3.... NAU 100 D   BVB
 6030 1930-1945 28,29            350100  90 156 ......7 NAU 100 D   BVB
 7220 0800-0830 27,28N           310101 270 146 1...... NAU 100 D   BVB
 7220 0800-0830 27,28N           310101 270 146 ......7 NAU 100 D   BVB
 7325 0300-0315 39S              340100 128 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   BVB
 7365 1800-1830 39,40            320100 105 216 .....6. NAU 100 D   BVB
 7365 1800-1900 39,40            320100 105 216 ....5.. NAU 100 D   BVB
 7365 1815-1900 39,40            320100 105 216 1...... NAU 100 D   BVB
 7365 1830-1900 39,40            320100 105 216 ..3.... NAU 100 D   BVB
 9440 0600-0615 46N,47NW,38W,37S 340101 180 146 1234567 NAU 125 D   BVB
 9450 0500-0515 39,40            340100 120 216 .....6. NAU 250 D   BVB
 9470 1915-1930 39,40            330100 125 216 1...... NAU 250 D   BVB
 9515 2030-2045 46N,47NW,38W,37S 330100 180 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   BVB
 9715 1800-2000 39               340100 133 216 1.....7 NAU 100 D   BVB
 9715 1800-1845 39               340100 133 216 .....6. NAU 100 D   BVB
 9715 1800-1830 39               340100 133 216 ....5.. NAU 100 D   BVB
 9925 1930-2015 39           EHR(S) 4/4 126 616 1...... SOF 100 BUL BVB
11700 1700-1715 38E,39,40W      1100602 141 616 1234567 SOF 150 BUL BVB
11700 1715-1800 38E,39,40W      1100602 141 616 .2.4.6. SOF 100 BUL BVB
11700 1715-1745 38E,39,40W      1100602 141 616 ..3.... SOF 100 BUL BVB
11790 0200-0300 41                  TK1  50 156 1...... MDC 125 MDG BVB
11790 0200-0215 41                  TK1  50 156 ..3.... MDC 125 MDG BVB
11790 0200-0230 41                  TK1  50 156 ....5.7 MDC 125 MDG BVB
11875 1630-1730 47,48            350300 145 216 1234567 NAU 100 D   BVB
11915 1700-1715 39,40            320100 125 218 .....6. NAU 250 D   BVB
11915 1700-1745 39,40            320100 125 218 ......7 NAU 250 D   BVB
13630 1515-1545 40,41            350300  95 216 ......7 NAU 100 D   BVB
13630 1515-1600 40,41            350300  95 216 .....6. NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1600-1800 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 1...... NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1600-1830 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 ..3.... NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1600-1800 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 .2..... NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1630-1700 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 .....6. NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1630-1800 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 ...4... NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1630-1800 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 ....5.. NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1630-1730 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 ......7 NAU 100 D   BVB
15525 1730-1800 38S,39S,47,48    310200 148 218 ......7 NAU 250 D   BVB
17510 1400-1430 41 1st at month RI01002  83 216 ......7 ISS 250 F   BVB
17510 1430-1500 41              RI01002  83 216 ......7 ISS 250 F   BVB
17540 0830-0915 38,39            330200 145 218 .....6. NAU 125 D   BVB
17540 0900-0915 38,39            340200 145 218 ......7 NAU 125 D   BVB
21480 1200-1300 43S,44S              TM  45 157 ......7 MDC 125 MDG BVB
21480 1215-1230 43S,44S              TM  45 157 1...... MDC 125 MDG BVB
21480 1130-1145 45N                  TM  45 157 1...... MDC 125 MDG BVB

 9800 0300-0400 48SW,52E,53NW  RII01002 140 211 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL
 9800 0630-0700 46,47W         RII01002 170 211 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL
12005 1800-1900 46,47W         RII01001 165 211 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL
13610 1800-1900 46,47W         RII01002 172 216 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL
15275 0700-0800 37-39,46-57    RII01011 175 157 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL
15275 1700-1800 37-38,46-53    RII01008 170 217 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL
15560 1700-1800 37-38,46-53         221 185 196 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL
17800 1300-1400 46,47W         RII01008 170 217 1234567 ISS 500 F   DWL

 6055 1130-1200 27,28            310101 222 146 1.....7 NAU 125 D   EMG

 7215 0030-0130 40E,41NW         330100 100 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   GFA
 7240 2330-0030 41NE,43S,49N     330100  85 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   GFA
15150 1530-1630 40E,41NW         320200  99 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   GFA
15235 1330-1530 41NE,43S,49N     320200  85 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   GFA
15285 1230-1500 41               340200  89 218 1234567 NAU 250 D   GFA

11900 1530-1630 29S              330100 100 216 ......7 NAU 100 D   HCJ

 7330 1100-1200 27,28  1st at month   6 283 805 1...... MOS 100 AUT JOY

 6095 0900-1600 18SW,27,28W,37N  350100 240 156 1...... NAU 100 D   KBC&)
 7395 2300-0200 2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10 320100 300 216 ......7 NAU 125 D   KBC&)

 9800 1830-1900 46S,47SE     HR 4/4/0.5 180 216 1234567 ISS 500 F   LWF

 6140 0900-1000 27,28E                6 270 805 1......#MOS 100 AUT MVB

 9465 1600-1630 29,30            340101  60 146 ......7 NAU 250 D   MWF
13710 1200-1230 19-26            310200  60 218 ......7 NAU 250 D   MWF

 5985 0400-0430 11,12               LPH 222 805 1234567 YFR 100 USA NHK
 9620 0300-0500 38-40            330100 140 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   NHK
 9765 1700-1900 38-40            330100 140 216 1234567 NAU 250 D   NHK

17630 1600-1630 47E,48       HR 4/4/0.8 130 217 ..3...7 ISS 500 F   OGM

 9685 1930-2000 37,38            330100 155 216 1...... NAU 250 D   PAB
15205 1400-1430 41               310200  95 218 1...... NAU 100 D   PAB
15205 1415-1430 41               310200  95 218 .234567 NAU 100 D   PAB
15205 1430-1445 41               310200  95 218 1...... NAU 250 D   PAB

17605 1700-1800 48SW,58NW    HR 4/2/0.8 144 207 ......7 ISS 100 F   RIY

17630 1700-1800 38E,39S,48       320200 135 218 1..4... NAU 100 D   SBO

 6095 0900-1100 18SW,27,28W,37N  350100 230 156 .2..56. NAU 100 D   TRS

 7215 0930-1000 28               310101 135 146 1234567 NAU 100 D   TWR
 7300 1500-1528 28,29,30         310101  65 146 1234567 NAU 100 D   TWR

17580 1700-1730 48E          HR 4/4/0.5 120 216 .23456. ISS 150 F   VOK

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
DWL Deutsche Welle Bonn / Berlin, Germany
EMG Evangelische Missionsgemeinden in Deutschland
GFA Gospel for Asia
HCJ Reach Beyond (former HCJ Voice of the Andes),
    Sats only, 1530 UT Russian, 1600 UT Chechen language.
JOY Joystick, 1st Sun
KBC Mighty KBC Radio, Sat/Sun. Sun to North Americas.
LWF Lutheran World Federation
MVB Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Baltic Radio.  # = only via order
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.
SBO Sagalee Bilisummaa Oromoo, Voice of Oromo Liberation.
TRS Transport Radio on Mon/Thu/Fri only.
TWR Trans World Radio
VOK Target Region Khaatumo in central Somaliland.

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or write to:
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Argonstraat 6
6718 WT Ede
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Website: <http://www.kbcradio.eu>

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Order Management & Backoffice
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D-51103 Cologne, Germany

Please send your inquiries and reception reports to:
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WORLDWIDE DX CLUB
Postfach 1214
D-61282 Bad Homburg
GERMANY

E-Mail:   <mail -at- wwdxc.de>
Internet: <http://www.wwdxc.de>
(MBR Cologne Germany, Oct 25, 2015, .PDF format,
extracted & reformatted by wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 25, 2015)

GERMANY/RUSSIA   Radio Studio "Otkrovenie"
P.O.Box 585, Voronezh 394036, Russia
hat im Winter 2015/16 folgenden Sendeplan:

1530-1600 UT 11900 kHz (MBR Nauen Germany 100 kW, 100 degr) Russisch.

Das im Februar 2000 in Woronesch gegruendete Produktionsstudio
"Offenbarung" hat eine eigene QSL-Karte, die fuer Zulieferungen zur Golos
And verschickt wird. Im Oktober berichteten DXer von Laufzeiten zwischen
einem und drei Monaten. Takahito Akabayashi zeigt die Karte, die auf das
zehnjaehrige Sendejubilaeum Bezug nimmt, bei

<http://www5a.biglobe.ne.jp/~BCLSWL/QSL1510.html>

Im juengsten Sendeplan von Media Broadcast wird das Programm unter HCJ
Reach Beyond (former HCJ)" gefuehrt. Tatsaechlich ist das Studio seit 2004
mit Radio HCJB bzw. jetzt Reach Beyond verpartnert, so dass auch
Empfangsberichte an die Zentrale von

Reach Beyond, P.O.Box 39800, Colorado Springs, CO 80949-9800, USA

nach Russland weitergeschickt werden. Weitere Partner des Radiostudios
sind das russischsprachige Mittelwellenprogramm Radio Eli 1035 kHz von
Tartu Family Radio (Estland), Radio Life im Internet und Radio New Life
ueber Satellit.
(Takahito Akabayashi-JPN 20.9., 2.10., Anatoly Klepov-RUS 11.10.,
Vashek Korinek-AFS-RSA 18.10.2015,
via Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

GERMANY/AUSTRIA/FRANCE  Am 24.12.2014 um 13:01 schrieb Herbert Meixner-AUT

Gruss von der "Polarstern" in der Antarktis:
<https://www.ndr.de/info/Gruss-von-der-Polarstern-in-der-Antarktis,audio227596.html>

Re: NDR + Polarstern ship, one single day operation again on
Christmas 24 Dec 2015, 19-23 UT on various frequencies, see planned
ITU/HFCC registration request schedule below.

Letztmals ist doch Felix Riess DL5XL dort mitgefahren,
er ist hier in der A-DX ng Mitleser.

Am 1. August hat auch MBR Koeln schon die NDR Kurzwellenfrequenzen in der
HFCC Gruppe fuer die B-15 Konferenz in Brisbane angemeldet.

 6040 2100 2300 27,80,36,81,11    NAU 125 250  0 216 241215 D   MBR Axmas
 6125 1900 2100 27,80,36,81,11    NAU 125 250  0 216 241215 D   MBR Bxmas
 6185 1900 2100 27,80,36,81,11    NAU 125 250  0 216 241215 D   MBR Axmas
 9515 2100 2300 48,53,41,79       NAU 125 130  0 216 241215 D   MBR Axmas
 9655 2100 2300 13,46,15,66,52,57 ISS 250 195  0 217 241215 F   MBR Axmas
 9765 1900 2100 41,49,54,79,58    MOS 100 115 30 218 241215 AUT MBR Axmas
 9765 2100 2300 41,49,54,79,58    MOS 100 115 30 218 241215 AUT MBR Axmas
 9830 1900 2100 57,53,48,79       ISS 250 156  0 217 241215 F   MBR Axmas
 9830 2100 2300 57,53,48,79       ISS 250 156  0 217 241215 F   MBR Axmas
 9885 1900 2100 48,53,41,79       NAU 125 130  0 216 241215 D   MBR Axmas
11650 1900 2100 13,46,15,66,52,57 ISS 250 195  0 217 241215 F   MBR Axmas

ORS Moosbrunn ex11800 kHz wurde durch eine 31 mb Frequenz 9765 kHz
ersetzt, die Sonnenfleckenperiode zeigt Wirkung, seit gut einem Jahr
abnehmende Figures ...
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)
Research Survey vsl Polarstern by Kristian / Germany

Damit:  Bilder und Hintergruende
<https://www.awi.de/en/expedition/ships/polarstern.html>

Just read in a two day old local newspaper that it's on it's way to Cape
Town. If anybody is interested in, there is something to read also on
their homepage.

Aussicht auf Dezember 2015:
<https://www.ndr.de/info/Gruss-von-der-Polarstern-in-der-Antarktis,audio227596.html>

"... Heiligabend geht der NDR Hamburg "Gruss an Bord" - 24 Dec 2015
20:05 Uhr LT.

An Heiligabend gehen Gruesse aus dem Norden hinaus aufs Meer:
Seit 1953 strahlt der NDR zu Weihnachten die Sendung "Gruss an Bord"
aus, die den Seeleuten fern der Heimat gewidmet ist. ...

Stand: 16.09.2015 15:39 Uhr
<https://www.ndr.de/info/sendungen/Gruss-an-Bord,grussanbord306.html>

Auch in diesem Jahr werden die Gruesse an Angehoerige und Freunde auf See
*vorab* aufgezeichnet:...
(Roger Thauer-D, A-DX Oct 30)

GERMANY    MEDIA BROADCAST
verlaengert Abkommen ueber Kurzwellenverbreitung mit Adventist World Radio

Die Kurzwelle bleibt weiter ein wichtiges Verbreitungsmedium fuer
Radiostationen weltweit:

MEDIA BROADCAST, Deutschlands fuehrender Service-Provider der Rundfunk-
und Medienbranche, und Adventist World Radio (AWR), ein christlicher
Hoerfunksender mit mehrsprachigem Programmangebot, verlaengern ihre
langjaehrige Zusammenarbeit bei der Kurzwellenverbreitung des
Radioprogrammes bis Ende 2016.

Dies sieht ein Abkommen vor, das jetzt am Kurzwellenstandort der MEDIA
BROADCAST in Nauen unterzeichnet worden ist.

Das Sendevolumen sieht taegliche Ausstrahlungen zwischen 14 und 18 Stunden
vor. Die Sendeleistung betraegt 100 bzw. 250 kW. Die Programmverbreitung
umfasst verschiedene Sprachversionen von AWR, darunter Programme in
arabischer, englischer oder franzoesischer Sprache sowie in Hindi,
Mandarin oder Panjabi.

Die Programmverbreitung erfolgt ueberwiegend ueber den Kurzwellenstandort
Nauen. Ergaenzend kommen Kapazitaeten am Standort Issoudun (Frankreich)
und Madagaskar (im Sommer) zum Einsatz, die MEDIA BROADCAST dank
entsprechender Abkommen mit Partner-Providern fuer die flexible
Kurzwellenuebertragung nutzt.

Die so adressierten Zielgebiete von AWR liegen in Afrika, Asien und
Europa.

MEDIA BROADCAST bietet alle Services fuer die Kurzwellenuebertragung aus
einer Hand. Dies reicht von der IT-basierten Berechnung der
Uebertragungsparameter, ueber flexible Signalzufuehrungsmoeglichkeiten bis
zur technischen Abstrahlung ueber die MEDIA BROADCAST Kurzwellenstation in
Nauen mit einer Senderleistung von bis zu 500 kW.
Dank Kooperationsabkommen mit Partner-Providern ist eine globale
Kurzwellenabdeckung moeglich.

Als Mitglied der Frequenz-Koordinierungs-Vereinigungen HFCC und G8 stellt
MEDIA BROADCAST seinen Kunden bestmoegliche Sendefrequenzen zur
Verfuegung. Ueber seine Kurzwellen-Services verbreitet MEDIA BROADCAST
Radioprogramme von Anbietern wie Trans World Radio, Pan Am Broadcasting
oder Missionswerk Friedensstimme.
(MBR - Mr. Stephan Munder, Oct 23, press release by MEDIA BROADCAST)

<http://www.radiowoche.de/media-broadcast-verlaengert-abkommen-ueber-kurzwellenverbreitung-mit-adventist-world-radio/>
(Herbert Meixner-AUT, A-DX Oct 27)

DAB+ mode: Neuer Sendemast in Leipzig geplant.

Der Sendernetzbetreiber MEDIA BROADCAST bereitet im Raum Leipzig den Start
von DVB-T2 HD vor und verbessert zugleich denn Empfang fuer DVB-T und
DAB+. Hierzu werden Sendeanlagen auf dem neu errichteten Funkmast im
Leipziger Messegrund errichtet.

Die Installation der Sendeanlagen erfolgt voraussichtlich in dieser Woche.
Dann werden per Helikopter 3 Segmente des rot-weissen GFK-Zylinders, der
die Sendeantennen enthaelt, auf die Turmspitze transportiert und montiert.

Im Detail erfolgt dabei die Installation einer UHF-DVB-T2 Sendeantenne in
einer Hoehe von etwa 180 Metern ueber Grund. Sie wird die Verbreitung von
DVB-T-Programmen auf den Kanaelen 22, 24, 37 uebernehmen und ist bereits
zur Programmverbreitung im DVB-T2-Standard vorbereitet. Darueber hinaus
montiert MEDIA BROADCAST eine VHF-DAB+ Sendeantenne in ca. 170 Meter Hoehe
ueber Grund. Hierueber ist kuenftig die Verbreitung von Digitalradio-
Programmen in den Kanaelen K5C und K9A geplant.

Der neue Sendemast ersetzt die bisherigen Sendeantenne an einem 170 Meter
hohen Schornstein eines ehemaligen, unweit entfernten, Heizkraftswerks.

Bis zum DVB-T2 HD-Start in Leipzig dauert es noch ein wenig. Im
Fruehsommer 2016 ist ueber die neu installierte Sendeanlage der Start der
Einfuehrungsphase von DVB-T2 HD geplant.

<http://www.radiowoche.de/dab-neuer-sendemast-in-leipzig-geplant/>
(MBR - Mr. Tom Sprenger, Oct 26; via Herbert Meixner-AUT, A-DX Oct 27)

Ab dem 26. Oktober 2015 werden die Sendeanlagen auf dem neuen Funkmast
im Leipziger Messegrund montiert.

Media Broadcast kuendigt DVB-T2 HD in Leipzig fuer 2016 an.

Neue Landmarke an der Richard-Lehmann-Strasse: der 190 Meter hohe neue
Funkturm. Foto: Ralf_Julke

Noch ein bisschen warten, im Sommer 2016 ist es soweit, teilte die Firma
Media Broadcast am Montag, 19. Oktober, mit. Der Betreiber von
terrestrischen TV- und Hoerfunknetzen bereitet im Raum Leipzig den Start
von DVB-T2 HD vor und optimiert zugleich den Empfang fuer DVB-T und DAB+.

Hierzu installiert der Full-Service-Provider der Rundfunk- und
Medienbranche neue Sendeanlagen auf dem neu errichteten Funkmast im
Leipziger Messegrund.

"Noch ein bisschen warten, im Sommer 2016 ist es soweit, teilte die Firma
Media Broadcast am Montag, 19. Oktober, mit. Der Betreiber von
terrestrischen TV- und Hoerfunknetzen bereitet im Raum Leipzig den Start
von DVB-T2 HD vor und optimiert zugleich den Empfang fuer DVB-T und DAB+.
Hierzu installiert der Full-Service-Provider der Rundfunk- und
Medienbranche neue Sendeanlagen auf dem neu errichteten Funkmast im
Leipziger Messegrund."

<http://www.l-iz.de/wirtschaft/firmenwelt/2015/10/media-broadcast-kuendigt-dvb-t2-hd-in-leipzig-fuer-2016-an-112107>
(via Herbert Meixner-AUT, A-DX Oct 27)

GERMANY   Das Sendezentrum Kall (Funkhaus Euskirchen e.V.,
Kuchenheimer Str. 155, 53881 Euskirchen,
<http://www.shortwaveservice.com/>

hat nach eigenen Angaben erst einmal folgenden Wintersendeplan:

00.00-24.00: 3985 kHz Radio 700, darin:
      07.00-09.00: Sa So Radio Belarus
      17.30-18.00: Radio Bulgarien
      18.00-19.00: Mo-Fr Radio Mi Amigo:
                   Mo Di Fr English, Mi Deutsch, Do Niederlaendisch
      19.00-20.30: Radio Bulgarien: Deutsch. 1930 Franz. 2000 English
      20.30-21.00: Voice of Mongolia (English),
                   Sat Radiodienst Polska (German)
      21.00-23.00: Radio Belarus

07.00-18.00: 6005 kHz Radio 700, darin:
      07.00-09.00: Mo-Fr Radio Belarus
      07.00-11.00: Sa Radio Mi Amigo: Niederlaendisch. 09.00 Deutsch
      07.00-11.00: So Radio Mi Amigo: English.
                   08.00 Niederlaendisch. 10.00 Englisch
      11.00-13.00: Sa Radio Mi Amigo: Deutsch. 12.00 Niederlaendisch
      12.00-13.00: So Radio Amathusia (Niederlaendisch)
      13.00-14.00: 4. So Radio Gloria International
      14.00-15.00: Radio Slowakei International: Deutsch.
                   14.30 Franzoesisch
      15.00-15.30: Voice of Mongolia (English)
      15.30-16.00: Radio Bulgarien
      16.00-17.00: Mo-Fr Radio Mi Amigo:
                   Mo Di Fr English, Mi Deutsch, Do Niederlaendisch
      17.00-18.00: So Hollands Palet (Niederlaendisch)

07.00-15.30: 7310 kHz Radio 700, darin:
      07.00-08.00: 7310 Deutsch. 07.30 Franzoesisch
      08.00-08.30: Voice of Mongolia (English)
      08.30-09.00: Radio Bulgarien
      10.00-11.00: 4. So Radio Gloria International
      11.00-15.00: So Radio Mi Amigo: English.
                   12.00 Niederlaendisch. 13.00 English. 14.00 Dutch.
      15.30-16.00: Radio Slowakei International Englisch

stundenweise: 9560 kHz
      09.00-13.00: Sa Radio Mi Amigo: Deutsch. 12.00 Niederlaendisch
      09.00-13.00: So Radio Mi Amigo: English. 10.00 Niederlaendisch.
                   11.00 English. 12.00 Niederlaendisch
      13.00-14.00: Radio Slowakei International: Englisch. 13.30 French.
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 29)

GERMANY    Radio Gloria International sendet im Winter 2015/16
jeden vierten Sonntag (25.10., 22.11., 26.12.2015, 24.01., 28.2.2016)
nach folgendem Sendeplan:

07.00-08.00: 9485 (Goehren 1 kW)
08.00-09.00: 7265 (Goehren 1 kW)
09.00-10.00: 9485 (Goehren 1 kW)
10.00-11.00: 7310 (Kall 1 kW) // Stream 7310 kHz bei Shortwaveservice.com
13.00-14.00: 6005 (Kall 1 kW) // Stream 6005 kHz bei Shortwaveservice.com

Radio Gloria beerbt eine Reihe frueherer Projekte und kauft seit 2007
regulaer Sendezeit bei Kurzwellenstationen.
<http://fmkompakt.de/index.php/radio-links/webtipps/radio-gloria-international>
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

GERMANY   EXCUSE - my copy editorial from Austrian newsgroup between Oct
20 and 25 concerning two Sea Weather report transmissions from Germany was
in part WRONG details copied so far.

1   DP07 is a private ENTERPRISE of an former German marine captain on
9560 kHz via Radio 77 Kall Eifel Germany recently ONLY.

2   but the new radio service of the national government the German
Weather Service DWD Pinneberg near Hamburg, see HFCC channel request
below.

We had this discussion in German newsgroups partly last winter and in
March 2015.

DP07 captains weather service rented airtime on 31 mb frequency of
9560 kHz via Radio 700, Kall Germany, max. 5 kW, and selled membership
for a small fee.

But the new government DWD SW sce has built up new 10 kW SW tx at
Pinneberg, and heard widely with TEST broadcast in USB-mode since Tuesday
October 20, last week.

Its now frequency requested three channel entries in HFCC season A-15 and
B-15, as follows:

5905 2000-2030 18,27,28 PIN  10 0  0 975 251015 270316 DEU DWD FNA 304
6040 0600-0630 18,27,28 PIN  10 0  0 975 251015 270316 DEU DWD FNA 306
6040 1200-1230 18,27,28 PIN  10 0  0 975 251015 270316 DEU DWD FNA 307
It's a very low HFCC registration request #304 to 307, by the German FCC
like public BNA/FNA agency.

Original, see e-Tendering in English

<http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:73835-2015:TEXT:EN:HTML&tabId=0>

<http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:73835-2015:TEXT:EN:HTML&tabId=0#id2411914-II.>

II.1.5)
Short description of the contract or purchase

Creating an overall system consisting of six 10 kW shortwave transmitters,
including cooling systems, control units at the transmitter, a remote
control unit, a remote control device (web interface), possibly 6 tax
brackets with the appropriate software, a corresponding documentation of
the entire system and a training, the dismantling and disposal of legacy
systems, supply, installation and integration of the transmitter into the
existing infrastructure of the weather radio transmitter site and
commissioning.

II.2.1)
Total quantity or scope:

Six 10kW shortwave transmitters including 6 cooling systems, 6 operating
units at the transmitter, a remote control unit, a remote control device
(web interface), possibly 6 tax brackets with the appropriate software, a
corresponding documentation of the entire system and a training, the
dismantling and disposal of legacy systems (six) , supply, installation
and integration of the 6 stations into the existing infrastructure of the
weather radio transmitter site and commissioning of six stations.

<http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:073835-2015:TEXT:DE:HTML>

II.2.1) Gesamtmenge bzw. -umfang:
Sechs 10 kW Kurzwellensendern einschliesslich 6 Kuehlsystemen, 6
Bedieneinheiten am Sender, einer abgesetzten Bedieneinheit, einer
Fernwirkeinrichtung (Web-Interface), ggf. 6 Steuerstufen mit
entsprechender Software, einer entsprechenden Dokumentation des
Gesamtsystems und einer Schulung, die Demontage und Entsorgung der
Altsysteme (sechs), Lieferung, Aufbau und Integration der 6 Sender in die
bestehende Infrastruktur der Wetterfunksendestelle sowie die
Inbetriebnahme der sechs Sender.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 25, 2015)

QSL: DWD Pinneberg Germany 6040 kHz
Moin, das ging fix: Am Mittwochnachmittag den Bericht mit mp3 gemailt,
heute lag eine QSL-Karte im Kasten. Keine zwei Tage!

QSL address:  <seeschifffahrt -at- dwd.de>    ( spelled three fff ! )

<https://de.oppex.com/notice/TED_7eddd90a42752c54249e6485ad48ddf6>
(Martin Elbe-D  <http://home.wolfsburg.de/elbe/>  A-DX Oct 20)

... habe immer wieder vergessen den DWD Pinneberg einzuschalten ...

Log Oct 30

attached German weather DWD Pinneberg recording,
Oct 30, at 1204 UT,
Carrier on 6040.0 kHz CUSB signal, S=9+10dB signal strength.
[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]
Signal portion 6040.120 - 6043.760 kHz USB-mode bandwidth
Suppressed lsb mode rest signal on 6036.600 to 6040.120 kHz.

DWD Pinneberg TX test came on air late at 12.01:50 UT,
switched from carrier AM mode to USB mode at 12.04 UT,
and started weather report reading by male.

12.21:45 UT Final announcement and DWD Pinneberg ID
by female voice. TX OFF.

Its now frequency requested three channel entries in HFCC seasons
A-15 and B-15, as follows:

5905 2000-2030 18,27,28 PIN  10 0  0 975 251015 270316 DEU DWD FNA 304
6040 0600-0630 18,27,28 PIN  10 0  0 975 251015 270316 DEU DWD FNA 306
6040 1200-1230 18,27,28 PIN  10 0  0 975 251015 270316 DEU DWD FNA 307

It's a very low HFCC registration request #304 to 307,
by the German FCC like public BNA/FNA frequency management agency.
wb df5sx
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

1179  Seit dem 28. September 2015 uebertraegt Antenne Saar
(SR Heusweiler 1179 kHz, DAB+) "Radio Refugee", weekdays 11.55 LT/CET.

Die Nachrichten von WDR und RBB in Englisch und Arabisch werden werktags
11.55 Uhr Ortszeit ausgestrahlt. Die Nachrichten sind in Wort und Text bei

<http://www.funkhauseuropa.de/sendungen/refugeeradio/>
zu finden. In Deutsch gibt es sie bei
<http://www.funkhauseuropa.de/sendungen/refugeeradio/deutsch/index188.html
>
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

GERMANY   Former AFN 1485 kHz 300 watt transmitter location, AM antenna
still standig alive, but AFN network signal off the air since summer 2015.

Picture of the MW mast taken on Oct 24.
Location is exact  49 19 17.33 N  10 35 44.22 E
<http://binged.it/1GDFqyh>

<http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=49.320662~10.598492&lvl=17&sty=h&where1=49%2019%2017.33%20N%20%2010%2035%2044.22%20E&form=LMLTCC#Y3A9NDkuMzExNDc5fjEwLjYzNzQ1MSZsdmw9MTUmc3R5PWg=>

Probably FM AFN Ansbach Katterbach site, 107.3 MHz 1 kW, location at
49 18 42.96 N  10 38 00.61 E
<http://binged.it/1Mo9vO5>

<http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=49.310213~10.640713&lvl=16&sty=h&form=LMLTCC#Y3A9NDkuMzEwMjEzfjEwLjY0MDcxMyZsdmw9MTYmc3R5PWgmd2hlcmUxPTQ5JTIwMTglMjA0Mi45NiUyME4lMjAlMjAxMCUyMDM4JTIwMDAuNjElMjBF>

AFN Ansbach Antenne steht noch ... letzte Woche Samstag drehte ich eine
Runde mit dem Fahrrad um Ansbach, sicher ein Ziel war, zu sehen ob auf dem
Gelaende von AFN Ansbach noch die Antenne steht.

Was den genauen Standort betrifft zirkulieren immer einige
Ortsbezeichnungen welche m.E. nicht immer genau sind. Bei Ansbach-
Katterbach ist zwar der Militaerstuetzpunkt. Aber bis dorthin sind noch
Orte wie Oberreichenbach und Fischhaus dazwischen. Ansbach-Kammerforst
wuerde eher stimmen, am naechsten ist aber Wengenstadt ungefaehr 500m
nordoestlich.

In beigefuegter gescannter Karte ist auch die Grenze des Stadtgebietes von
Ansbach zu sehen (geht z.B. knapp am oestlichen Ortsrand von Katterbach
vorbei. Auch die anderen erwaehnten Orte befinden sich innerhalb des
Stadtgebietes von Ansbach. Ich habe auf der Karte den MW Sendermast
Standort rot markiert, Katterbach, Kammerforst und Wengenstadt blau.

Bei dem erwaehnten Sender handelt es sich nur um den MW-Sender, der UKW
Sender befindet sich meiner Meinung nach unmittelbar am Ortsrand von
Katterbach.
(Erich Bergmann-D, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 31)

GERMANY   HR-Sender Hardberg auf DAB+ aktiv, nach Umbauphasen-Pause,
und zeitweiser Leistungsreduzierung auch auf den dortigen HR UKW
Installationen.

Fuer die ng Mitleser im Odenwald, Kurpfalz, Madonnenlaendchen und
noerdliches BaWue.

Es werden nicht nur Funktuerme gesprengt - dieser Tage.

HR Hardberg Siedelsbrunn, Wald-Michelbach, Abtsteinach
49 32 23.14 N  08 48 13.34 E

<https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardberg_%28Odenwald%29>

21. Okt 2015.
Hier am suedlichsten Zipfel der Ausbreitungskarte kann ich endlich nunmehr
wieder die 6 Hessischer Rundfunk Programme empfangen. Auch wieder HR2, und
HR Info, - frueher via Mittelwelle 594 kHz aus Rodgau Weiskirchen
bundesweit verbreitet.

Diese HR Programme konnten in Sueddeutschland nicht mehr vernuenftig in
den UKW Minisenderchen Wirrwarr koordiniert werden.

Positiv, HR 7B Kanal, 6 HR Programme im mux nunmehr in Stuttgart hoerbar.
Autotune Fang zwei Stockwerke hoeher, mit dem billigen kleinen PURE 40 EUR
Hand-Geraetchen,

bringt 6 Programme des HR auf DAB+ zu Gehoer,
auch 2 Stockwerke tiefer - nur - an der Nordwestseite Richtung Odenwald,
an bestimmten Stellen auf dem Fenstersims,
ganze 2 Meter weiter innen im Schlafzimmer negativ, dann gibt es dort nur
Datenfragmente / Kloetzchen-Audio sehr stotternd zu Gehoer.

Laut den Versorgungsprognosekarten liege ich in Stuttgart abflachend
Richtung Sueden in den suedlichsten Auslaeufern im 'gruen' eingefaerbten
Darstellungs Bereich.

Oben direkt in Degerloch auf 500 m Seehoehe rund um den Albplatz beim
Relais DB0ST und Stuttgarter SDR/SWR FS Turm muesste Hardberg DAB+ mit
Powerhouse Signal einfallen.

73 wolfgang df5sx

ein lokaler OM schrieb mir:
HR-Sender Hardberg auf DAB+ aktiv.

Hallo zusammen, habe gerade aus dem Radioforum entnommen, dass Hardberg
auf 7B zu empfangen ist.

Hier ist die Meldung des HR ? dort ist auch ein Bild von den Bauarbeiten
zu sehen

<http://www.hr-online.de/website/derhr/home/presse_meldung_einzel.jsp?rubrik=54987&key=presse_lang_57480276>

Viel Erfolg beim Testen !

Inzwischen gibt es im Radioforum Versorgungsprognosekarten, die mit
Radiomobile gerechnet wurden.

Karte Sued  <http://badwildungen.de/hardberg_7B_sued.png>

Karte Nord  <http://badwildungen.de/hardberg_7B.png>

Grundsaetzlich - alles was gruen dargestellt ist, geht,
und alles was blau dargestellt ist, ist instabil bzw. gar nicht geht.

... Hier noch ein Bericht von der Hessenschau
<http://hessenschau.de/suedhessen/hr-radioprogramme-in-dab,hr-radio-dab-100.html>
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 22)

INDIA   AIR SW DRM-mode B-15 SCHEDULE

<http://www.drm.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/AIR-DRM-SW-Tramsissions-B15-25-OCT-15.pdf>

Compiled by DX-India, revisions/corrections please post in this group.
(Jose Jacob / Alokesh Gupta, DX-India Oct 28)

The winter schedule B-15 season kindly provided at

<http://www.qsl.net/vu2jos/es/Language.htm>

seems to suggest, that All India Radio has dropped its Bengali External
Service of almost 7 hrs daily effective today. Of course, on might think
that Bangladeshis would also tune to Indian domestic broadcasts of
neighbouring Paschim Banga (West Bengal), but the question remains:
Was there a specific reason given for dropping medium and short wave?
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, DXindia via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 25)

INDIA   AIR Thiruvanthapuram is noted back on SW 5010 & 7290 kHz after
being off air for a few weeks.

Their website is  <http://www.airtvm.com/>
(Jose Jacob-IND  VU2JOS, DXindia Oct 30)

INDIA   Sendeanlage von AIR Itanagar abgebrannt. TX Itanagar destroyed.

Das Sendegebaeude von All India Radio Itanagar in Khating Hills ist in der
Nacht vom 25. auf den 26. September 2015 durch einen Kurzschluss
abgebrannt. Bei Beginn der Schicht um 5.30 Uhr fand man sieben schwer
beschaedigte Raeume vor. Vernichtet sind die Mittel- und Kurzwellensender
fuer 675 kHz (100 kW) und 4990/6150 kHz (50 kW), das Notstudio und Bueros.

Verloren ist Ausruestung im Wert von 40 Mio. Rupien, aber der Neuaufbau
wird auf bis zu 150 Mio. geschaetzt. In der Hauptstadt von Arunachal
Pradesh steht nun nur noch ein 10 kW-UKW-Sender auf 103,1 MHz zur
Verfuegung.

Der am 5. Februar 1996 eingeweihte 100 kW-Mittelwellensender sollte gerade
durch einen 200 kW-Sender ersetzt werden, ueber dessen Schicksal in der
Presse nichts verlautete. Der Kurzwellensender duerfte nicht mehr ersetzt
werden, da die AIR-Intendanz das Ende der Kurzwelle fuer gekommen haelt
und fuer die Flaechendeckung auf Satellit setzt.

Im Prinzip waere AIR Itanagar nach folgendem Sendeplan // zu 675 kHz auf
Kurzwelle aktiv gewesen:

00.25-04.00 UTC: 4990
07.00-09.00 UTC: 6150
10.00-16.30 UTC: 4990

Tatsaechlich stand dieser Sendeplan schon laenger nur noch auf dem Papier.
Nachdem die Kurzwelle 2015 nur sehr sporadisch gemeldet wurde und auch
nicht zu den Feierlichkeiten zum indischen Unabhaengigkeitstag
(14./15.8.2015) aktiv war, konnte AIR Itanagar zuletzt im September noch
einmal auf 4990 kHz beobachtet werden.

Arunachal Pradesh wird nach wie vor ueberwiegend durch AM-Sendungen
versorgt.

Weitere Mittelwellensender in dem nordostindischen Bundesstaat sind AIR
Pasighat 1062 kHz (10 kW), AIR Tezu 1332 kHz (10 kW), AIR Tawang 1521 kHz
(10 kW) und AIR Ziro 1602 kHz (1 kW).

An einzelnen Orten gibt es auch UKW-Relaissender niedriger Sendeleistung.
(Gautam Kumar Sharma 18.10.2015
<http://gkcalling.blogspot.in/2015/10/dx-news-from-assam.html>
via Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

All India Radio aendert zum Winter die Belegung der
Hochleistungsmittelwelle Chinsurah 594/1134 kHz (1000 kW).

Mit dem 25. Oktober 2015 gilt folgender Sendeplan:
01.30-03.00:  594 Nepali. 02.30 Nachrichten Hindi und Englisch
07.00-08.00:  594 Nepali
11.15-13.15: 1134 Tamil. 12.15 Burmesisch
13.30-14.30: 1134 Nepali
15.15-16.00: 1134 Nachrichten und Kommentare in Hindi und Englisch

Da Bengali zeitgleich auch von der einen zuletzt noch eingesetzten
Kurzwelle genommen wurde, gibt es offenbar keinen Auslandsdienst fuer das
direkte Nachbarland mehr.
(Alok Dasgupta-IND, 23.10.2015 DXindia,
via Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

IRAN    IRIB Tehran TV in Central Europe.  ...
PRESS TV Teheran on 12437 H on EUTELSAT/HOTBIRD satellite,

Die Bayerische "Maedchen"-Zentrale der Medien, hatte Press TV mal vor 2
Jahren als Upload gesperrt.

Vom 1. Juli 2013 stellten Eutelsat und Intelsat die Verbreitung von
19 IRIB-Programmen zwischenzeitlich ein. Betroffen waren unter anderem die
Auslandssender Press TV, Hispan TV (spanisch), IRIB 1 und 2 sowie IFilm
(internationale Filme auf Persisch und Arabisch) und IFilm English
(englisch synchronisierte iranische Filmproduktionen).

Seit dem 24. Maerz 2014 werden die IRIB-Programme wieder ueber Eutelsat /
Hotbird ausgestrahlt. Die HD-Variante Press TV-HD ist seit dem 24. Maerz
2014 ueber Hot Bird 13 degr Ost frei empfangbar

Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B at 13.0 degrE - LyngSat
<www.lyngsat.com/Eutelsat-Hot-Bird-13B.html>

Diese Seite uebersetzen Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B at 13.0 degrE ...
World Fashion Channel International, MPEG-4/ .... MPEG-4, 7930, 1300,
1301 A. Press TV, MPEG-4/HD, 7931, 1310, 1311 E.

Press TV 12437 MHz H
<https://translate.google.de/translate?hl=de&sl=en&u=http://www.lyngsat.com/tvchannels/ir/Press-TV.html&prev=search>
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 22)

IRAN   re ITU Radio Regulations.

IRIB Tehran leaves border channel 7200 kHz close to Amateur Radio
transmission area in 7190 to 7199.9 kHz range.

IRIB verlaesst 7200 kHz
... immer diese boesen RIAS Stoersender gegen Khomeini  :-)  ...

7 Monate lang auf Grenzkanal 7200 kHz, 29 March 2015 - 24 Oct 2015, von
beiden Standort Kamalabad und Sirjan.

IRAN   A-15 for The Voice of Islamic Republic of Iran
(VOIROI / IRIB) between 29 March 2015 - 24 Oct 2015 dates

GERMAN   0720-0820  15500sir 17570sir
         1720-1820   7200kam  9900sir   <<<<<<<<<<<<

MALAY    1220-1320  17590sir 21750sir
         2220-2320   7200sir  9720kam   <<<<<<<<<<<<

7200 1720-1820 27,28  KAM 500 310   0 206 DEUTSCH            IRB
7200 2220-2320 49,54  SIR 500 115   0 218 INDONESISCH/MALAY  IRB

<http://amateurfunk-mint.blogspot.de/2015/10/radio-teheran-entschuldigt-sich-bei.html?spref=fb>

ITU PDF Files.

<http://life.itu.int/radioclub/rr/art04.htm>

ITU Radio Regulations of ITU 4.5 and Circular Letter of ITU Switzerland
CR/282 3.2

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

<http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/terrestrial/workshops/rrs-13-arab/Documents/Terrestrial%20Broadcasting%20freq%20Plans-IG-en.pdf>
(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 28)

Liebe DX-Freunde und Funkamateure,

RADIO DARC wird am kommenden Sonntag (+ 7 Folgesendungen) ueber einen
kleinen Erfolg berichten koennen:

Man mag es ja gar nicht glauben, aber nun ist nachweisbar ein erster
"handfester Erfolg" fuer RADIO DARC entstanden.

In unserer Sendung vom 06. Juni hatten wir darueber berichtet, dass Radio
Teheran allabendlich ab 17:20 Uhr UTC ein deutschsprachiges Programm mit
recht gewoehnungsbeduerftigem Inhalt auf der Frequenz 7200 kHz ausstrahlt.

Diese Frequenzwahl ist bekanntlich bandplanwidrig, da das untere
Seitenband weit in das exclusive 40m-Amateurfunkband hineinragt und zu
viel Aerger bei den Funkamateuren sorgt.

Dieses rechtswidrige Verhalten seitens IRIB Teheran loeste einen
Proteststurm seitens der Hoerer und auch von Funkamateuren aus, was man in
Persien zwar zur Kenntnis nahm und sogar im Hoererbriefkasten zitierte
(wir berichteten darueber), aber schlichtweg ignorierte und sich mit sehr
fadenscheinigen Begruendungen im Recht waehnte.

Radio Teheran hat vor einigen Tagen mit der Umstellung auf den
Winterfahrplan die 7200 kHz wieder verlassen. Auschlaggebend hierfuer war
aber wohl nicht eine spaete Einsicht oder eine Inspitration durch Allah
sondern schlicht und einfach massive Stoerungen durch den Amateurfunk.

RADIO DARC hatte in seiner Sendung vom 06. Juni dazu aufgerufen, die
illegalen Sendungen aus Teheran durch eine legale Belegung der obersten
5 kHz im 40-m-Band seitens der Funkamateure zu ueberlagern. Diesem
Aufruf sind offenbar viele Funkamateure gefolgt und haben eifrig dort
Betrieb gemacht. Das Ergebnis waren massive Stoerungen des Eindringlings
und schliesslich dessen Einsicht, dass es doch besser waere eine Frequenz
ausserhalb des Amateurfunkbandes zu suchen.

Die Erklaerung von IRIB hierzu nun mal im Original an, anhand eines
Mitschnitts der deutschen Sendung vom 25. Oktober 2015, einem Audio-Zitat
sozusagen.

Nun, interessant interessant. Radio Teheran gibt selbst zu dass massive
Stoerungen des Empfangs durch CW- und SSB-Aussendungen der Funkamateure
der Hauptgrund fuer einen Frequenzwechsel waren und entschuldigte sich in
aller Form fuer das Fehlverhalten. Wir haben es gehoert.

Nun, ich glaube die Gemeinschaft der Funkamateure nimmt diese
Entschuldigung gerne an und hofft, dass es nun dabei bleibt. Es ist damit
auch klar bewiesen, dass gemeinsames Handeln durchaus zu Erfolg fuehren
kann und man sich nicht alles gefallen lassen sollte. RADIO DARC konnte
mit seinem Aufruf nachweislich mit dazu beitragen, dass das 40m Band
wieder ein Stueck sauberer geworden ist und die Vernunft gewonnen hat.
(Radio DARC 6070 kHz Suns 1000 UT, Email  <radio -at- darc.de>
Rainer Englert DF2NU, Oct 28)

KOREA D.P.R.   6170, on Oct 25 at 1303 UT, typical Juche music and rough
distorted modulation, quite like // 9435 kHz, so it's obviously VOK, now
that R NZi has abandoned 6170 kHz for the summer.
6170 kHz vacant by 1322 kHz, pause/break.

But Arnulf Piontek's B-15 VOK schedules show 6170 kHz now in use for KCBS
relay at 1230 UT, PBS relay at 1330 UT, but switching from 28 to
325 degree beams, and the // from 9435 to 9425 kHz.

6170 kHz is also in use for many more hours, 1030-2130 UT including
European languages.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 25)

7579.992   Due to look out for 7324.96 kHz Wantok Radio Light from PNG in
41mb, I came across VoKOR Japanese service on odd 7579.992 kHz scheduled
0730-1330 UT, S=9+25dB signal on remote unit in Brisbane Australia.

Latter odd footprint outlet seemingly originate from either Pyongyang or
Kanggye tx bcast center instead of Kujang powerhouse site ?

3250.0  0730-1330 UT S=6 signal in Brisbane Australia remote SDR unit.
6070.0  0930-1330 UT S=9+5dB  signal.
9650.0  0730-1330 UT S=9+20dB signal.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

LITHUANIA   1368 kHz MW. This is our winter schedule:
Radio Baltic Waves International,
1386 kHz, 75 kW, non-dir, Sitkunai -  Lithuania:

UTC
1630-1730 R. Poland,  Russian
1730-1800 NHK World,  Russian
1800-1900 R. Liberty, Russian
1900-2100 R. Liberty, Belarusian
2100-0300 R. Liberty, Russian
0300-0330 R .Liberty, Belarusian
0330-0400 NHK World,  Russian
0400-0500 R. Poland,  Belarusian
73, Rimantas
COO
RBWI
Phone +370 699 05074
(Rimantas Pleikys-LTU, via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 25;
and via Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, Oct 26)

MADAGASCAR   World Christian Broadcasting News.
On air tests in early 2016.

World Christian Broadcasting writes today on Facebook, with a photo:

Our team in Madagascar is on schedule in connecting everything to be able
to reach the other half of the world. Connecting the transmitters with the
three antennas and with all the equipment on the campus is a huge
undertaking, as this photo shows. Continue in prayer for "all green
buttons" which would mean everything is connected correctly. Once
connected and checked by the company that built the transmitters, testing
will begin and then early in 2016 eleven new hours of programming will
begin. Be prayerful about the new programs in Arabic, English for Africa
along with broadcasts in Russian, Chinese, Spanish and International
English to new areas of the world.
(WCB, via Mike Terry-UK, dxld Oct 28)

World Christian Broadcasting Update.

Our team in Madagascar is on schedule in connecting everything to be able
to reach the other half of the world. Connecting the transmitters with the
three antennas and with all the equipment on the campus is a huge
undertaking, as this photo shows. Continue in prayer for "all green
buttons" which would mean everything is connected correctly.

Once connected and checked by the company that built the transmitters,
testing will begin and then early in 2016 eleven new hours of programming
will begin. Be prayerful about the new programs in Arabic, English for
Africa along with broadcasts in Russian, Chinese, Spanish and
International English to new areas of the world.
(World Christian Bcasting on F_B, Oct 27; via Alokesh Gupta-IND DXsasia)

MADEIRA   1530  Posto Emissor do Funchal, Poiso, at 0530-0541 UT on Oct
25, Portuguese songs, identification: "Posto Emissor do Funchal". 13321.
(Manuel Mendez-Lugo-ESP, hcdx Oct 26)

NEW ZEALAND   Looking for RNZI on B-15 schedule: 9700 kHz unheard before
or after 1300 UT. Both 9700 and 5950 kHz have been registered starting at
1300 UT, but no sign of them on either; while A-15's 6170 kHz has been
taken over by Voice of Korea, Kujang! [q.v.] A rude awakening for those
expecting to keep hearing RNZI. Kept searching for RNZI during the 13-14
UT hour but never found on those or any frequencies. Let's take another
look at their online schedule in case it has changed again without notice:

<http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/listen>

No, still claims to be on 9700 AM kHz from 1300 UT (and new 13840 kHz
until 1258 UT, which is unlikely to propagate here, but 9700 kHz certainly
should, like constant Australia on 9580 kHz). So totally off the air
today, or on some as yet unknown frequency?
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 25)

Proposed B-15 northern winter/southern summer schedule

 5950 1300-1600 61S,62,63W    RAN  50  35 148 NZL RNZ
 5950 1300-1600 51,56,64S,65S RAN  50 325 148 NZL RNZ
 7330 1545-1700 61S,62,63W    RAN  35  35 148 NZL RNZ DRM
 9700 1300-1745 51,56,64S,65S RAN  50 325 156 NZL RNZ
 9700 1300-1745 61S,62,63W    RAN  50  35 148 NZL RNZ
 9765 0800-1100 51,56,64S,65S RAN  50 325 156 NZL RNZ
 9765 0800-1100 61S,62,63W    RAN  50  35 156 NZL RNZ
 9780 1550-1900 61S,62,63W    RAN  35  35 148 NZL RNZ DRM
11690 0645-0800 61S,62,63W    RAN  25  35 156 NZL RNZ DRM
11690 0645-0800 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 156 NZL RNZ DRM
11690 1745-2000 61S,62,63W    RAN  25  35 156 NZL RNZ DRM
11690 1745-2000 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 148 NZL RNZ DRM
11725 0500-0800 51,56,64S,65S RAN  50  35 148 NZL RNZ
11725 0500-0800 61S,62,63W    RAN  50 325 148 NZL RNZ
11725 1745-2200 51,56,64S,65S RAN  50  35 156 NZL RNZ
11725 1745-2200 61S,62,63W    RAN  50 325 156 NZL RNZ
13840 1100-1300 51,56,64S,65S RAN 100 325 156 NZL RNZ
15720 1845-2200 61S,62,63W    RAN  25  35 156 NZL RNZ DRM
15720 1845-2200 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 156 NZL RNZ DRM
15720 2145-0500 61S,62,63W    RAN  50  35 156 NZL RNZ
15720 2145-0500 51,56,64S,65S RAN  50 325 156 NZL RNZ
17675 0250-0400 61S,62,63W    RAN  25  35 156 NZL RNZ DRM
17675 0250-0400 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 156 NZL RNZ DRM
17675 2050-2200 51,56,64S,65S RAN  35 325 156 NZL RNZ DRM
17675 2250-0200 61S,62,63W    RAN  25  35 156 NZL RNZ DRM
17675 2250-0200 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 156 NZL RNZ DRM
(wwdxc TopNews BCDX 14 Oct via dxld)

This includes alternatives they have only two transmitters, one AM
and one DRM, altho the DRM one can also be switched to AM if necessary.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld)

NEW ZEALAND   RUSTING TITAHI BAY RADIO MASTS TO BE DEMOLISHED AFTER
BEING DEEMED SAFETY RISKS.

JOEL MAXWELL, Oct 14 2015
<http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/73028367/rusting-titahi-bay-radio-masts-to-be-demolished-after-being-deemed-safety-risks>

The Titahi Bay radio mast - the second tallest structure in New Zealand.
ROSS GIBLIN / FAIRFAX_NZ [caption]

New Zealand's second-tallest structure behind the Sky Tower is rusting and
must be demolished as a safety hazard.

The 220-metre Radio New Zealand transmission mast at Titahi Bay, Porirua,
is set for demolition, along with its 50m neighbour, after engineers
discovered significant corrosion. A third tower would remain.

RNZ chief executive Paul Thompson said on Wednesday that the 50m tower was
identified as the most at-risk in a report delivered on Monday. "They said
'Get it down immediately', so we fenced it off today ... no-one will be
able to go into the hazard zone, we'll get that down in the next week or
two."

Engineers recommended the 220m tower be demolished by next March, but RNZ
would instead look to bring it down this year. "It's a really tough
environment for metal structures, but you reach a point where the advice
is these things need to come down."

He said while the 50m mast was now fenced off, the bigger tower was not.
"It would take a lot of bad luck, including a catastrophic storm, to
create a problem there." If it were to topple, it wouldn't fall "like a
tree in the forest" rather it would fall in on itself. "Because it's
partially a public area, and there are houses nearby, we just want to get
it down as soon as possible."

The 220m mast was opened in 1937 by prime minister Michael Joseph Savage,
allowing nationwide radio broadcasting for the first time. It was not
until Auckland's 328m Sky Tower was completed in 1996 that the mast lost
its title as tallest structure in New Zealand.

Titahi Bay Golf Club manager Tom Campbell said golfers would just have to
play around the safety fence cutting into three fairways: the seventh,
eighth and ninth holes.

"This is a quiet period of the year, so it won't matter that much." He
said RNZ contacted the club on Tuesday about the report, then fenced off
the danger area. He said the 50m tower, which was on golf course land, was
an obstacle and was something players could do without anyway. "Our balls
won't bounce off it any more."

Thompson said the masts broadcast on the AM frequency, and all current
services could be run through the remaining tower. He said RNZ might have
to replace one of the masts eventually, but AM broadcasting was not as
important as it used to be. A meeting open to the community would be held
on Tuesday at the Titahi Bay Golf Club from 7 pm, he said.
(via Paul Kristen-NZL, Oct 14, mwmasts yg via dxld)

Paul and other members, Thank you for uploading the picture of Wellington
567 kHz. I found it in the Photostream part of the Photos section. From
the full text I think that the 567 kHz output is now coming from the 50M
mast?? Perhaps there can be clarification here? All of the photos in the
Photostream part have been copied into the ordered continental Albums.
(Dan Goldfarb, ibid.)

Hi Dan, I suspect the prime reason for the mast's demise will be a lack of
maintenance; this useless market-driven National Government which we have
been stuck with for the past eight years froze Radio New Zealand's funding
after they came to office. It's a wonder they have managed to keep
operating at all without major programming changes. Being still non
commercial RNZ, is still the jewel in the crown.

Speaking personally, they're the only network in NZ that is worth
listening to. FM is their main emphasis these days, being co-sited with TV
masts, they don't own the transmitting sites so won't have the added costs
associated with them.

Radio New Zealand National is transmitted on FM in mono because of the
cost factor (you can hear them in stereo via the internet and the Free
View and Sky TV service whilst Radio New Zealand Concert which is FM only
is in stereo on all fronts)
(Paul Kristen, ibid., mwmasts via dxld Oct 14)

Re: Rusting Titahi Bay radio masts to be demolished

The current 220 metre mast is not the original from 1937. It was replaced
in the late 1970's by the current mast. The original was rusting badly.

Titahi Bay has a harsh climate. the 220 metre mast is only a few hundred
metres from the sea and strong winds and gales constantly blow salt spray
over the masts causing corrosion. The current mast lasted about the same
length of time as the first mast. The 50 metre mast is an emergency tower
erected around 1964. so it has lasted well.

All that is left is a 500 foot tall tower built about 5 years ago.
Everything will run off that.
(Gordon Brown-NZL, NWDXC via topnews Oct 17)

Radio New Zealand (RNZ) is to remove two of its Porirua-based transmission
masts after an engineer's report recommended their urgent decommissioning
to protect the public.

Interview.
<http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/afternoons/audio/201774767/radio-masts-paul-thompson>

PAPUA NEW GUINEA   3260*  NBC Madang, 1140 UT to off about 1218 UT (tuned
away for a minute and missed the exact time), Oct 19. Reactivated after
being silent since early this year; unusable at tune in; slowly improved;
1200 UT seemed usual news in English; open carrier on both 3275 kHz (NBC
Southern Highlands) and 3365 kHz (NBC Milne Bay), so NBC Madang was the
strongest NBC station, with some audio. Thanks very much to Hiroyuki
Komatsubara (Japan) for the alert. It's nice to have three NBC stations on
the air again at the same time!

7324.96  Wantok Radio Light, at 1407 UT on Oct 19. A quick check here
found a clear frequency; no WRL. BTW - CRI is now back again on 7325 kHz;
at 1222 UT in Japanese; strong signal.
(Ron Howard-CA-USA, DXplorer Oct 19)

* 3259.9945 footprint at 1115 UT on Oct 30, S=9+15dB in remote Brisbane
Queensland unit, female presenter in native Pidgin/Graged ? language,
underneath piano theme played.

Nothings heard so far on 7325v kHz from PNG on various checks on Oct 30
via downunder Brisbane SDR unit !  wb.
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

ROMANIA   Der rumaenische Auslandsdienst hat eine Sparauflage aufgezwungen
bekommen, die unseren Briefverkehr drastisch einschraenkt. Radio Rumaenien
International darf insgesamt nur noch 200 Postzusendungen im Monat
verschicken, auf die 12 Redaktionen heruntergebrochen bedeutet das
ca. 16 Briefe pro Sprachdienst.

Vermutlich will man damit das Zuschicken von QSL-Karten abwuergen, denn
das stellt uns vor die unmoegliche Aufgabe, jeden Monat 16 Hoerer
auswaehlen zu muessen, die ihre QSL-Karten noch erhalten, wobei die
anderen eben Pech gehabt haben. So weit wollen wir es aber nicht kommen
lassen, daher haben wir uns etwas anderes ausgedacht: In den letzten
Monaten haben wir an rund 60 Hoerer im Monat QSL-Karten geschickt. Damit
Sie nach wie vor Ihre QSL-Karten erhalten und wir gleichzeitig die
Sparauflage erfuellen, ist die einzige Loesung, Ihnen abwechselnd drei
oder vier Karten gleichzeitig, aber in groesseren Abstaenden zu schicken.
Das heisst, dass Sie z.B. Ende Oktober die QSL-Karten fuer Juli, August
und September erhalten oder Ende Dezember bzw. Anfang Januar die Karten
fuer Oktober, November und Dezember. Ich sehe keine andere Moeglichkeit,
wenn wir QSL-Karten ueberhaupt noch verschicken wollten.

Eine kleine Abhilfe koennen Sie sich selbst mit sogen. IRC-Scheinen
leisten. Das garantiert allerdings keine schnellere Zustellung, denn es
gibt nur einige wenige Postaemter in Bukarest, die diese Scheine
akzeptieren, und dafuer muss unsere Mitarbeiterin an einem Wochentag extra
hinfahren. Und die Scheine muessen ausserdem schon im Ursprungsland, das
wieder zum Zielland wird, gestempelt sein, wie man mir sagte. Also: Wenn
Sie die Moeglichkeit haben, uns gestempelte IRC-Scheine zu schicken, hilft
das ein wenig."
(Sorin Georgescu RRI-Hoererpostsendung 11.10.2015;
via Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

RUSSIA   Report on EDXC Conference - 2015 in Sankt Petersburg can be found
in the weekly electronic edition of MIDXB # 965, October 13, 2015

Report on EDXC Conference - 2015 in Sankt Petersburg was published in
printed bulletin RMRC-AKTUELL 5/2015, in Germany.

Rhein-Main-Radio-Club, Germany. Author Pub Harald Gabler, is the editor of
the newsletter. On the cover and eight pages of detailed report on the
meeting with the photographs. Very interesting and clearly explain
everything.
(Anatoly Klepov, Moscow-RUS, RUSdx Oct 25)

Reports on 2015 EDXC conference St. Petersburg Russia, and Sheigra
DXpedition March 2015 uploaded

The report on the EDXC Conference last month in Sankt Petersburg has now
been uploaded to the British DX Club club website at

<http://www.bdxc.org.uk/edxc15.pdf>

This is the report that appeared in the October edition of BrDXC-UK club
magazine 'Communication' but with some additional photos.

The March 2015 Sheigra DXpedition report has now also been added to the
club website at
<http://www.bdxc.org.uk/Sheigra15.pdf>
(Alan Pennington-UK, BrDXC-UK Oct 21)

SOUTH AFRICA   For DXers trying to hear elusive SA AM stations New AM
station Magic 828 is up and running since the start of October, with a
pop-rock format. It's been a while since I heard Steve Winwood on an SA
radio station! Using AM is not ideal but I think it should do well with
its targeted audience. The live stream follows with a 1-minute lag. The
transmitter is 25 kW and the antenna tower is located about 40 km north-
east of Cape Town on Blaauw Blomme Kloof Farm, actually quite close to
another AM station's tower, that of 567 Cape Talk.

Also in train, but not yet on air is LM Radio on 702 kHz from
Johannesburg. This harps back to the old station from Lourenco Marques
(now Maputo) in Mocambique, broadcast on SW in the 60s and 70s, with
music, comedy etc. Those were the days when you took your transistor radio
to the beach in Cape Town and listened to LM music and banter in the
sunshine. It operates on FM in Maputo now, also Lesotho. The live stream
at toth identifies with FM frequencies and satellite but not AM yet.
English ads refer to the 'Lowveld', which is close to Mocambique, and
places in Mocambique, not Johannesburg. Ads also in Portuguese.
Radio 702 which was on that frequency has shifted to FM.

Yet another licence has been granted for 540 talkSPORT modelled on UTV's
station of the same name in the UK and also to be centred in
Johannesburg/Pretoria. No sign of this yet.
(Graham Bell-AFS_RSA, Oct 17, WoR dxld Oct 21)

SRI LANKA   Test Transmissions of FEBA on Saturday 31 Oct 2015
from SLBC Trincomalee site on Sri Lanka.

Time 1330-1400 UT (7.00-7.30 PM India time)
Frequency 9775 kHz (31 mb)
Power: 125 kW
Transmitting Site: SLBC Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.

Reception reports are appreciated from all listeners especially in India
and particular within South India-North East India.

Reception Reports may please be sent by email to

<kenneth -at- febaindia.org>

preferably by Sunday morning i.e. 1 Nov 2015.
Special e-qsls will be issued.
Please circulate this message to others.
(Jose Jacob-IND  VU2JOS, DXindia Oct 30)

SWAZILAND   TWR Swaziland hat im Winter 2015/16 folgenden Sendeplan in
Deutsch:
0400-0430 UT 3200 4775 kHz, Sat Sun to 0500 UT

Ausgestrahlt werden religioese Programme fuer die deutschsprachigen
Minderheiten im Suedlichen Afrika. Den Livestream und einige
Programmhinweise fuer das Wochenende findet man bei

<http://www.twr.org.za/index.php/de/zuhause/programmplan>

Am 30. Oktober lief ein ERF-Programm mit Bezug auf den heutigen
Allerheiligen-Tag. Dazu erlaeuterte Eberhard Haberkorn (TWR South Africa)
noch am selben Tag:

In Bezug auf ihre Bemerkung mit Allerheiligen koennen wir nur erwaehnen,
dass wir aus sendetechnischen Gruenden nicht zeitgleich mit dem ERF in
Wetzlar ausstrahlen koennen und daher die Sendungen vom Vorjahr benutzen
muessen. Da kann es dann schon passieren, dass ein Verweis auf einen
besonderen Feiertag schon mal beim Editieren durchrutschen kann."
(Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

TURKEY   Voice of Turkey - Emirler site now seen (from a distance) with
Google StreetView.

<https://goo.gl/maps/7J7qdxnsET52 https://goo.gl/maps/7J7qdxnsET52>
(Ian, SW TXsite Oct 23)

TURKEY    Winter B-15 schedule for Voice of Turkey
Shortwave Broadcasting Schedule of VOT, language sorted,
between 25 October 2015 - 27 March 2016 dates

11955 1000-1100 37N,38N,39,40  500 210 216 Ara       TUR TRT
 9665 1500-1600 38E,39,40W     250 150 205 Ara       TUR TRT
15200 1500-1600 37,38W,46      500 252 211 Ara       TUR TRT
11835 0800-0900 29SE,40NW      250  72 211 Aze       TUR TRT
 5965 1630-1730 29,39,40,41    500  90 205 Aze       TUR TRT
 7245 1200-1230 28S            250 290 210 Bul       TUR TRT
17755 1230-1330 28             500 310 215 Deu       TUR TRT
 7205 1830-1930 28             250 310 205 Deu       TUR TRT
 7240 0400-0500 38E,39,40W     500 138 215 Eng       TUR TRT
 9655 0400-0500 3-9,17 18 2728 500 335 215 Eng       TUR TRT
12035 1330-1430 18S,27,28W     500 310 205 Eng       TUR TRT
11730 1730-1830 30S,40E,41,49  500 105 215 Eng       TUR TRT
 6050 1930-2030 27,28W         250 290 210 Eng       TUR TRT
 9610 2130-2230 39-41,49545558 500 105 219 Eng       TUR TRT
 5960 2300-2400 5,8,9,11,17,18 500 310 215 Eng       TUR TRT
11795 0930-1100 39N,40NW       500 105 205 Persian   TUR TRT
 9530 1600-1700 30S,40         500 105 205 Persian   TUR TRT
 9620 1830-1930 38,47,48       500 180 216 French    TUR TRT
 5970 2030-2130 27,28W         500 290 210 French    TUR TRT
 6050 2030-2130 37,38,46       500 247 205 French    TUR TRT
 6185 1500-1530 28S            500 290 210 Ita       TUR TRT
 9840 1100-1200 29S            250  72 211 Georgian  TUR TRT
 9785 1430-1500 29E,30,31,42NW 500  62 211 Kaz       TUR TRT
11680 1600-1730 30S,40N        250  92 211 DariPashtoTUR TRT
 9410 1400-1500 19-22,29,30N   250  20 205 Rus       TUR TRT
 9410 0200-0300 12,13-15,16,37 500 252 219 Spa       TUR TRT
 9650 0200-0300 8,10-12,27,37  500 290 219 Spa       TUR TRT
 9495 1730-1830 27S,28,37      250 270 210 Spa       TUR TRT
15360 1100-1130 19,20,29,30    500  32 215 Tatar     TUR TRT
11965 1300-1330 30S,40N        250  72 211 Turkmen   TUR TRT
 6000 0100-0300 30,40,42       500  72 205 Tur       TUR TRT
 9700 0500-0700 18S,27,28      500 310 215 Tur       TUR TRT
 9820 0500-0700 39             250 138 215 Tur       TUR TRT
11925 0700-1000 29SE,39NE,40NW 500  97 205 Tur       TUR TRT
15480 0700-1300 38E,39,40W     500 120 205 Tur       TUR TRT
15350 0700-1400 27,28          500 310 205 Tur       TUR TRT
11815 1400-1700 27,28          250 300 205 Tur       TUR TRT
 5980 1700-2200 27,28          250 310 215 Tur       TUR TRT
 6120 1700-2200 38E,39,40W     500 150 205 Tur       TUR TRT
 9460 0300-0400 42             500  72 211 Uig       TUR TRT
13685 1330-1430 42,43          500  72 205 Uig       TUR TRT
11985 1300-1400 40,41N         500  92 211 Urd       TUR TRT
13655 1130-1200 30             500  72 211 Uzb       TUR TRT
12045 1200-1300 42-44          500  72 217 Chn       TUR TRT
(HFCC database, language short calls updated -
by wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 28)

UAE  [VIETNAM]   Frequenzaenderung. Liebe Hoererinnen und Hoerer,
Wir moechten Sie gern auf unsere Frequenzaenderung hinweisen. Unser
Programm wird ab 25. Oktober 2015 auf der Winterfrequenz 6175* kHz
von 20.30 bis 21.30 Uhr UT gesendet. Die Sendung im Internet bleibt
unveraendert.

[* via Babcock brokered Al Dhabbaya-UAE relay site, 250 kW 315degr]

Vielen Dank fuer Ihre Aufmerksamkeit. Wir wuenschen Ihnen alles Gute.

Mit freundlichen Gruessen,

Deutsche Redaktion Auslandskanal VOV5 Radiosender "Die Stimme Vietnams"
45 Ba Trieu Strasse - Hanoi - Vietnam.
Tel: + 84 4 39365218
Fax: + 84 4 38266707
Email: <deutsch_vov -at- yahoo.com>
<german -at- vov.org.vn>   Website: <www.vovworld.vn>
(phong tieng duc ban doi ngoai, VoVTN Oct 26)

UAE   re UNID 9895 kHz.
Does anyone know what the strong French TX is on 9895 at 1945 UT?

Last B-14 season Taiwan in French to Western Europe France zone 27SE,

9895  Radio TAIWAN INT. 1900-2000UT daily French 250kW 315degr
from Al Dhabbaya UAE, brokered by Babcock BAB.

same this B-15 season
9895 1900-2000 27SE DHA 250 315 30 218 251015-270316 Fra UAE BAB  1136
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 27)

U.K.  Log HCJB Radio Akhbar Mufriha, 7300 kHz, 250kW 170deg,
at 2100-2145 UT.

yes, - a HCJB brokered service via Woofferton Babcock tx site.
#551 antenna type used.

#551
EHR(S)2/3/0.5

7300 kHz 2100-2145 37S WOF 250kW 170degrees  0 551 daily
251015-270316 Arabic  G   HCJ BAB
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 27)

Log Radio Akhbar Mufriha, 7300 kHz.
REINO UNIDO 7300 Radio Akhbar Mufriha, Woofferton, 21:10-21:15 UT,
escuchada el 26 de octubre de 2015 en tachelhit, emision demusica y
locutor con despedida anunciana direccion de Torremolinos en Malaga,
Espana, SINPO 55555 7300 Radio Akhbar Mufriha, Woofferton, 21:15-21:20 UT,
escuchadael 26 de octubre en arabe a locutora con presentacion, ID,anuncia
Internet, locutor con comentarios, SINPO 55555

7300 kHz 21:00-21:15 UT Tachelhit language,
7300 kHz 21:15-21:45 UT Arabe y Berber
(Jose Miguel Romero-ESP, hcdx Oct 26)

U.K.   [Taiwan]   Das deutsche Programm von Radio Taiwan International
kommt im Winterhalbjahr 2015/16 auf der gewohnten Frequenz:
1900-2000 UT on 3955 kHz via Woofferton UK.

Die deutschen Sendungen stuetzen sich seit Jahren auf Relaissendungen von
europaeischen Standorten. Wie berechtigt das ist, zeigten juengst die
nicht so gut zu hoerenden Direktsendungen als Empfangsherausforderung zum
Oktoberkontest des RTI Hoererklubs Ottenau.
(Bernd Seiser-D  16.10.2015,
via Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Biener-D, ntt via wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 30)

USA   Willis Conover events in DC Friday and Saturday.

Westminster Church, Washington DC: ?Remembering Willis Conover? concert 30
October 2015 6 to 9 pm. "Thinking About Willis Conover & USIA. Larry
Appelbaum of the Library of Congress? Music Division Will be presenting
Willis Conover, The Voice Of Jazz Behind The Iron Curtain," 31 October,
time not given.

Conover was a  {g r e a t  Jazz program}  VOA broadcaster.
USIA was VOA?s parent agency.
<http://www.westminsterdc.org/jazz-night-in-dc.html>
(Kim Andrew Elliott-DC-USA and the Willis Conover F_B group, 29 Oct,
via Mike Terry-UK BrDXC-UK ng Oct 31)

USA   21675, on Oct 25 at 1422 UT, excellent signal with hymn, i.e. WRMI
back on 13mb, for the Radio Africa Service at 14-22 UT, ex-17790 kHz. Yet
the only other US station on 13mb, WHRI on 21600 kHz, is very poor: a
matter of skip distance, since WHRI is closer, yet with 250 kW aimed 59 or
85 degrees. 21675 kHz a late change not in HFCC, but no doubt on the 87
degree antenna aimed right at Equatorial Guinea, former site of R. Africa.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, hcdx and dxld Oct 25)

Radio Africa Network on new 21675 kHz but times are unclear.

Eff Oct 25th, 2015 the Radio Africa Network is broadcasting on 21675 kHz,
13 mb during the hours 1000-2300 UT according to an E-mail message
received today from the station. Attached to the message there was a
program schedule in which is instead said that Radio Africa programs are
Monday through Friday
16.00 (not 10.00!) to 2100 UT on 21675 kHz.
(Antonello Napolitano-ITA, dx fanzine Oct 27)

The WRMI (Okeechobee Florida) B15 schedule shows they have airtime booked
for Radio Africa 1000-2300 UT on 21675 daily (Azimuth 87 degrees).

<http://www.wrmi.net/pb/wp_d12a1732/wp_d12a1732.html>

Pan American Broadcasting schedule for Radio Africa received by Alan Roe
(dxld Oct 27) shows this includes the Overcomer (Brother Stair) on
21675 kHz from 1000 UT daily (to 1400/1430/1500 UT depending on day
of week)

<https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/dxld/conversations/messages/86081>

Radio Africa Network writes on F_B October 27, 2015
We are excited to announce our updated frequency for October 2015 -
May 2015[?]. The new broadcasting frequency is 21675 kHz on the 13 mb.
Tune in and be blessed!
(The Radio Africa Network broadcasts from Okeechobee-FL-US).
(Mike Terry-UK / Alan Pennington-UK, BrDXC-UK ng Oct 29)

Radio Africa Network on new 21675 kHz but times are unclear.

It is confusing and very poorly presented, but if you look at the entire
schedule you will find Brother Scare starting at 1000 UT, and one of the
three "stations" covers the 21-23 period.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 30)

Attachment from Alan Roe-UK:
I also received a copy of this email from the Radio Africa Network - first
one that I've ever seen. Closer examination of the pdf file attached shows
the following Radio Africa Network schedule for 21675 kHz via Okeechobee:

1000-1400 daily Overcomer
1400-1600 daily R Africa 2
1600-2100 mo-fr R Africa
1600-2100 sa-su R East Africa
2100-2300 daily R East Africa

I don't recall ever hearing an ID as "Radio East Africa" or
"Radio Africa 2", or ever seeing same reported, and I see
no indication of the difference between any of these broadcasts.
The WRMI schedule lists the whole period as "Radio Africa"
with no transmitter or antenna changes.
(Alan Roe-UK, BrDXC-UK via dxld Oct 27)

HFCC request registrations, some transmission vary slightly on
weekends/mondays.

See WRMI Okeechobee TX op schedule:
<https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nEVwCMB9RSKowLzLXamyayVpCzjmPAw_SB1r3YOdzQc/edit#gid=0>

 5850 2300 0700 2,3            YFR 100 315 805 Eng    RMI tx12
 5850 1000 1100 2,3            YFR 100 315 805 Eng    RMI tx12 Sun
 5950 1100 1200 11             YFR 100 181 805 Spa    RMI tx14 AWR
 5950 2200 2400 11             YFR 100 181 805 Spa    RMI tx14
 5985 0400 0430 11,12          YFR 100 222 805 Spa    NHK tx2
 5985 0400 0500 10-12          YFR 100 222 805 Spa    RMI tx2
 7455 0000 0800 10             YFR 100 285 805 Eng    RMI tx13
 7570 2100 1100 2,3            YFR 100 315 805 Eng    RMI tx11
 7730 0300 0400 10,11          YFR 100 222 805 Spa    RMI tx1
 9395 0000 2400 3,4,9          YFR 100 355 805 Eng    RMI tx6
 9955 2100 1400 10-16          YFR 100 160 902 EngSpa RMI tx10
11580 2003 1400 5,9,11N        YFR 100  44 902 Eng    RMI tx9
11825 1000 2200 3,4,9          YFR 100 355 805 Eng    RMI tx8
11920 0100 0300 12-16          YFR 100 160 902 Spa    RMI tx4
15190 2300 0300 36-38,46-47,52 YFR 100  87 902 Eng    RMI ex A-15 tx7
15770 1300 2200 18,27-29,37    YFR 100  44 902 Eng    RMI tx3
17790 1400 2300 36-38,46-47,52 YFR 100  87 902 Eng    RMI alternate tx7
21675 1000 2300 36-38,46-47,52 YFR 100  87 902 Eng    RMI tx7

tx5 of YFR era not registered anymore?
tx7 not on air on Oct 30 at 16 UT,
only adjacent TDF RFI French Issoudun 21580 kHz at 17-18 UT,
and WHRI 21600 kHz noted. But 21675 heard later around 19 UT. (wb.)

USA   9974.9, Oct 31 at 0054 UT, KVOH is S9+25 but with humbuzz about
disciples of Satan, cut at 0055 UT to TruNews about US in Syria, from
Simon Marks, Washington correspondent. A stringer? Name sounds familiar.
Yes, with Feature Story News; remember that from Global 24?

<http://www.simonmarks.com/>
Does he not realize that being picked up by TruNews will damage his
journalistic credibility?

9975.11, Oct 31 at 0245 UT, next check of KVOH has shifted/drifted up to
here on the other side of 9975 kHz, still hummy.
(Glenn Hauser-OK-USA, dxld Oct 31)

USA   7504.730  exact footprint of WRNO New Orleans, female sermon prayer
observed at 0135 UT on Oct 31, at S=9+35dB powerhouse level in remote SDR
unit at New Jersey east cost RX.

7489.922  WBCQ - probably some English sermon program like similar BS,
swinged into radio matter of last European OFFSHORE transmission "Radio
Caroline Free Radio" some decades ago ... At 0143 UT on Oct 31, S=9+20dB
signal strength at New Jersey-US.

7519.996  WWCR 4th program, Call to Decision, - probably. Phone-in calls
transmitted at 0146 UT on Oct 31, S=9+35dB powerful signal in NJ-US remote
SDR post.

7385.0  WHRI on rather fair S=9+10dB signal, guitar female singer/player
performed at 0150 UT on Oct 31.

At same time also 6184.978 kHz great Mexican folkloric music heard from
XEPPM Radio Educacion Mexico City heard, S=8 -78dBm signal in NJ/NY-US
remote SDR's heard. Another was 6135.217 kHz odd frequency station
at 0220 UT, poor S=6 signal seemingly Radio Aparecida Brazil ?
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 31)

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

Log of Oct 27 at 0138 UT - to 0233 UT:

7445  OMA  BBC Dari powerful S=9+25dB signal at 0142 UT phone in program
on earthcake in AFG/PAK area.

7489.831 USA  WBCQ TOM BS, S=7-8 in NJ-US

7519.996 USA  WWCR 4 Call to Decision, Talk on CANCER health, S=9+35dB
powerhouse signal, tremendously at -36dBm !!!!! level. 0140 UT Oct 27.

7570 USA  TOM via RMI Okeechobee site TX#11, S=9+15dB signal strength.

9300-9320  Bigsig OTHR broadband signal at S=9 level at 0152 UT.

9474.976  USA  MOST FUNNY program on the 31 mb tonight Oct 27, S=8-9.
Two men talked together about Freedom, 'my people destroyed', WTWW US
English accent, Jesus Christ missing. Read in the bible, take a Bible
reading plan !

nearby 9490 Spanish language Radio Republica program from TDF Issoudun
France relay site in Europe beamed towards Central America target,
S=9+35dB powerful -40dBm. at 0158 UT tremendous 500 kW txion.

9710  CUB  CRI Spanish + RHC Spanish, terrible mixture at 0200 UT, S=8
fluttery signal, 0-1 Port, 1-3 UT CRI from Kashgar, western China bcast
center outlet, 500 kW powerhouse. ID of both broadcaster heard at 0200 UT.
Arnie Coro had monitored that channel, but revealed / assessed QRM free
signal in Central America and Carribean. BUT he decided to replace 9710 by
new RHC Bejucal 6075 kHz Spanish bcast in B-15 from November 16th start.

9745.038  EGY  New 02-07 UT frequency Radio Cairo's HQ program from Abis-
EGY, S=9+5dB in North America remote SDR unit. Trageted to western Europe
and NoCeAM ITU zones 8 and 9.

9965.258 EGY  Radio Cairo's Arabic singer, scheduled B-15 at 2300-0430 UT,
heard at 0207 UT at S=9+10dB signal strength. The audio was not as bad,
but underneath heard accompanied BUZZ modulation tone, of main power ?
300 / 600 / 900 Hertz signal peaks 'fence'. 9 kHz bandwidth visible,
(wb, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews Oct 27)

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

B-15 season DRM mode registrations schedule, + wooden entries.

 7360 1200 2400 27,28         MNS  75 270 0 902 1234567 N Bel BLR BTC SDT
 6115 1600 2204 28SE,29W      MNS  75 0   0 925 1234567 N Bel BLR BTC SDT
11600 0300 0900 40,41         SOF  50 90  0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 9400 0500 0900 28,27         SOF  50 306 0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL TOM SPC
 9445 0700 0900 39,40         SOF  50 90  0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 9610 0700 1100 28,27         SOF  50 306 0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
11700 0800 1100 27,28         SOF  50 305 0 298 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
15515 0900 1200 27,28         SOF  50 306 0 885 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 9400 0900 1400 39,40         SOF  50 90  0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 9400 1400 1500 28            SOF  50 306 0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 9400 1500 1800 29,30         SOF 100 30  0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 6000 1630 2000 28            SOF  25 0   0 933 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
11855 1700 1800 48            SOF  50 156 0 618 1234567 N Tig BUL NEW SPC
11855 1700 2200 19,29,30      SOF  50 30  0 618 1234567 N Rus BUL NEW SPC
 9600 1800 1900 29,30         SOF 100 30  0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 9525 1800 2200 29,30         SOF 100 30  0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL NEW SPC
 5870 1900 2000 27,28         SOF 100 320 0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL WRN SPC
 5885 1900 2000 27,28         SOF 100 326 6 216 1234567 N Deu BUL KBS BAB
 5920 1900 2000 27,28         SOF 100 320 0 618 1234567 N Eng BUL WRN SPC
11850 2100 2200 19,29,30      SOF  50 30  0 618 1234567 N Rus BUL NEW SPC
26060 0000 0059 28SW          VAT   1 0   0 975 1234567 N Mul CVA VAT VAT
26060 0100 2400 28SW          VAT   1 0   0 975 1234567 N Mul CVA VAT VAT
15785 0000 2400 18,19,27-29,37ERL   1 0   0 975 1234567 N DEU D   BIX FNA
26040 0000 2400 28            BLN   1 0   0 975 1234567 N DEU D   NEW FNA
26070 0000 2400 28            MUN   1 0   0 975 1234567 N DEU D   NEW FNA
26080 0000 2400 28            MUN   1 0   0 975 1234567 N DEU D   NEW FNA
 3965 0000 1200 27W,37NW      ISS   1 0   0 925 1234567 N FRA F   RFI TDF
 6175 1200 1500 27,37NW       ISS 150 0   0 925 1234567 N Mul F   RFI TDF
 3965 1200 1800 27W,37NW      ISS   1 0   0 925 1234567 N FRA F   RFI TDF
 3965 1800 2400 27W,37NW      ISS   1 0   0 925 1234567 N FRA F   RFI TDF
 3955 0559 0700 27SE,28NW     WOF 100 114 0 100 1234567 N Eng G   BBC BAB
 9760 1100 1130 28W           WOF 100 10530 216 6       N Eng G   NHK BAB
 9760 1100 1130 28NW          WOF 100 10530 216 7       N Eng G   KBS BAB
 9760 1130 1200 28W           WOF 100 10530 216 6       N Rus G   NHK BAB
 6100 0845 1200 41N           DEL 250 134 0 710 1234567 N Hin IND AIR AIR
 9950 1730 2230 27,28         DEL 250 312 0 216 1234567 N Mul IND AIR AIR
17675 0250 0400 61S,62,63W    RAN  25 35  0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
17675 0250 0400 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
11690 0645 0800 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
11690 0645 0800 61S,62,63W    RAN  25 35  0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
 7330 1545 1700 61S,62,63W    RAN  35 35  0 148 1234567 N Eng NZL RNZ RNZ
 9780 1550 1900 61S,62,63W    RAN  35 35  0 148 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
11690 1745 2000 61S,62,63W    RAN  25 35  0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
11690 1745 2000 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 0 148 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
15720 1845 2200 61S,62,63W    RAN  25 35  0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
15720 1845 2200 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
17675 2050 2200 51,56,64S,65S RAN  35 325 0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
17675 2250 0200 51,56,64S,65S RAN  25 325 0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
17675 2250 0200 61S,62,63W    RAN  25 35  0 156 1234567 N ENG NZL RNZ RNZ
17640 0500 0530 43,44         TIG 300 67  0 288 1234567 N Zho ROU RRO ROU
 5940 0530 0600 29            TIG 300 37  0 205 1234567 N Rus ROU RRO ROU
 6040 0600 0630 27SE          GAL 300 285 0 206 1234567 N Fra ROU RRO ROU
 9600 0630 0700 27N           GAL 300 300 0 206 1234567 N Eng ROU RRO ROU
 6020 0700 0730 28NW          TIG 300 307 0 205 1234567 N Deu ROU RRO ROU
 5930 1600 1630 29            TIG 300 37  0 205 1234567 N Rus ROU RRO ROU
 7350 1800 1900 27N           TIG 300 307 0 205 1234567 N Eng ROU RRO ROU
 5945 1900 1930 28SW          TIG 100 270 0 812 1234567 N Ita ROU RRO ROU
 7405 1900 2000 28NW          TIG 300 307 0 205 1234567 N Deu ROU RRO ROU
 6030 2100 2130 27SE          GAL 300 285 0 206 1234567 N Fra ROU RRO ROU
 6030 2130 2200 27N           GAL 300 300 0 206 1234567 N Eng ROU RRO ROU
17790 0759 0900 41            NAK 100 290 0 151 1234567 N Eng THA BBC BAB
 5845 1359 1800 41            NAK 100 290 0 151 1234567 N Eng THA BBC BAB
 
Best regards,



Michael Bethge



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