quarta-feira, 18 de março de 2015

Glenn Hauser logs March 15-16-17-18 , 2015

** ANGUILLA. 6090, March 18 at 0534, CBB is gone again! Also gone from day frequency 11775 at 1255 March 18 check (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL [and non]. 11710, March 18 at 0331, crackling spur from 11780.1v RNA, not strong now, and RAE, Argentina, 11711v English hour is anyway inaudible, only making a het with CRI Russian via Urumqi, East Turkistan. 
On the PL-880 1-kHz steps, I detect the first-order crackle out to these ranges from each peak: 11734-11751 (QRMing something on 11750 which would be IBB Somali via Sri Lanka); 11808-11821, and the fundamental also splashes out to 11768-11793 or so (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 11855, March 18 at 0537, R. Aparecida talk, and a couple words later same on 11935, RB2, fair signals. 11765 SRDA is also on and audible. At the moment, 11745 & 11815 spurs from 11780 are not so bad as they were two hours earlier (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGESTE)
** CUBA. 11840, March 18 at 0336, very good open carrier/dead air, no doubt RHC failing to modulate. (11760 is not on the air now, per Aoki stopping at 0300). 11840 is supposed to stay until 0600 (make that 0500 with DST) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** FRANCE. 13740, March 17 at 2005, music, very poor vs local noise and hi K-index propagation disturbance; first thought it might be RHC which uses this frequency elsewhen, but not // 11760 French or 17730 talk. At 2010, still very poor in talk, maybe African-accented French, so tentatively RFI which since March 1 has been scheduled here but only until 2000 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO [and non]. 570, March 18 at 0550, romantic crooner in Spanish but American-style, 0551 full ID for ``XEBJB, Nueva Vida 570 AM`` (no FM mentioned), street address, and into kid choral national anthem way early before local midnight in Monterrey; makes slow SAH of 90/minute = 1.5 Hz with KLIF Dallas. Somewhat enhanced auroral conditions, and of course, our sky is overcast.
Must be change of name and format for XEBJB: `Nueva Vida` implies Christian, and that song may have been praise. WRTH 2015 has XEBJB as `Noti Radio 570` as does IRCA Log 2014 with a // FM on 95.7; Cantú merely as `Radio 570`, all as 5/0.5 kW. This website for the group a.k.a. Grupo Radio Alegría with a bunch of other stations agrees on the Nueva Vida branding now on 570:
http://www.epsilonmedia.mx/?page_id=15313
``Nueva Vida 570 es una estación cuyo propósito es fomentar valores y principios para la edificación personal familiar y social`` --- probably stealth Christian (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PANAMA [non]. 5985, UT Wed March 18 at 0430, WRMI with Rudy Espinal Spanish ID, then `Antena DX`, program produced in Panamá. Incorrect airtimes for this have been widely circulated, so I am confirming this is correct and trying to get the host to convert local and UT properly. Other WRMI airings are Mon 1230, Wed 1100, UT Fri 0100, all on 9955 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** RUSSIA [non]. `FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE` --- From R. Sputnik, still on WRMI 15770, Tue March 17. Just caught the end of it at 2122: Vasily gives WRMI airtimes but misses this one at 2100. Final song is ``Radio Silence`` hinting that something will happen in March, and this is an earlier show from Feb? # 200. Episodes are not numbered on their website. 2126 over to WRMI fill music, oud. A later edition in March heard on web was reported to be the finale (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOMALILAND. 7120, March 18 at 0329, fair open carrier; 0329:50 some just barely-modulation starts, military band with NA, 0331 way undermodulated announcement and Qur`an. R. Hargeisa, of course. I was wondering if it would come thru, with K index of 6, geomag storms reaching G4 level, and radio blackouts reaching R1 level, during last 24 hours, per WWV at 0300 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1764 monitoring: confirmed Wed March 18 at 1315 on WRMI 9955. Next: Wed 2100 on WBCQ 7490 (which checked other days is now virtually inaudible here into daytime absorption). Hope to have new 1765 ready for first airing 0330 UT Thursday on 9955. Note: while stations getting WOR by ftp will have no problem, our w4uvh.net site is still down being reconfigured, so there may be a delay there or alternative delivery needed (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9975, March 18 at 0310, KVOH is on, fair signal with deep fades, during ``TruNews, end-time news`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 17790, March 18 at 1358, WRMI with strange music/SFX prélude to Radio Africa Network, 1359 signing on as such, 17790 and 15190 [later] ``from the WRMI studios in Okeechobee`` --- really, no longer out of Cupertino CA? So RAN is back, while yesterday Brother Scare ran on 17790 from before 1400 until 1800 when RAN finally came on, says Ivo Ivanov. Has happened before. Is TOM a default when RAN feed is lost, or is RAN intentionally turning over long hours to Brother Scare? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 11825, March 18 at 0334, mix of two gospel huxters, soon recognized as Brother Scare and Pastor Melissa Scott. This is not WRMI which puts BS on 11825 now only in the daytime, but an overload mixing product in the PL-880 with too much longwire clipped on, i.e. WWCR bigsigs 5890 plus 5935 = 11825! One would suspect WWCR at fault if this were audible on other receivers. Also can hear PMS on 11870 QRMing WEWN, which is 2 x 5935, also presumably caused by receiver. There would also be BS on 11780 = 2 x 5890 were it not totally blocked by Brasil (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1090, March 18 at 0606 UT, ``Mighty 1090 weather`` -- showers, and into talk show, neither C2C nor Jimbo nor Red Eye, so what is it, local? Or statal: Probably `Texas Overnight` as on the KVOP Plainview TX schedule. Originates at KRLD, so I should have (next time?) just checked adjacent for a // but probably out of synch. I am more interested in avoiding the IBOC out of 1080 now, best aiming ENE/WSW which also fits nicely for KVOP!
KVOP, 5/0.5 kW U4, is in fact the only 1090 in the NRC AM Log with that slogan (or `Mightly``), tho likely there are more. 
Anyhow it`s not WBAL Baltimore which I was hoping for but whose night pattern puts nothing to the west. There is one more ``Mighty 1090``, which doesn`t qualify for the NRC AM Log of US & Canada: XEPRS ``San Diego``, 50 kW which could certainly reach us like 1070 KNX, except 1090 is extremely direxional at night NNW/SSE. For that matter, KVOP also has a null toward us if on night pattern, and so does the day pattern tho not as tight. Showers are also more likely in the TX panhandle (and here), than in BCN or ACS.
KAAY Little Rock was also ``Mighty 1090``, but it`s certainly off the air due to copper theft and may never come back? Likewise KARN 920. On March 17, Fritze Prentice in AR refers us to threads about that:
``Glenn, yes, both stations are off the air. I found out via a FB group, "KAAY-AM, The Mighty 1090". I checked over the air reception (which isn't easy here with KAAY's STA'd nighttime signal) and nothing was heard. I then posted that to another group "I Love AM Radio" and that group has been very active with posts and speculation of the cause which apparently was because of copper theft at both sites. KARN has been off the air since Feb 1, and KAAY since approx. Feb 13. On Sunday morning on lunch break, I confirmed again the absence of KAAY 1090.
FB links are to the KAAY-AM The Mighty 1090 group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/198469254312/
For the I Love AM Radio FB group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2229450992/
Both are public FB groups. F.H. (Haley) Prentice, Star City AR``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1530, March 18 at 0316 UT, ``you are listening to Victory 100.9 FM, keep it locked``, more music, loops E-W and nothing from WCKY, propped out. This is again 2500-watt ``daytimer`` KVDW in England AR, IDing only for its FM translator on 100.9, which is K265EO, per NRC AM Log which lists the slogan as ``Victory 1530`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 702, March 18 at 1241 UT, TP carrier search finds one here from the west, which would be 2BL Sydney NSW; also one on 684: there are a 10 kW in NSW and a 5 kW in NZ. Nothing on other hi-latitude paths such as 774 Japan. Something on 882 too but I can`t get a bearing on it and possibly of local origin. LSR here was 1238 UT (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 13620 approx., March 18 at 1302 UT, some very brief 2-way transmissions, one side only heard; steady when on but too quick ever to pin down the frequency exactly. Mentions he is hauling milo, and later at 1311 that he is ``going to that elevator across the road``. Enid is known for its grain elevators. Must be local, probably an FRG-7 receiver image from something on VHF. However, the preslector is peaked properly on frequency cited. Might be a repeater, but never any IDs, and slightly weakening so maybe direct from a mobile unit. Seems AM mode (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 
UNIDENTIFIED. 15573-USB, March 18 at 1354, 2-way in Spanish, both with engine noise, one much stronger than the other. Maybe airborne rather than seaborne as avión mentioned; narcos or poachers? Armando mentioned once, maybe a third party. No swearing noted. And no sign of 15575 KBS World Radio nor any Tibet radio war in the area; propagation still degraded (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report despatched at 1833 UT March 18
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** ANGUILLA. 6090, March 18 at 0534, CBB is gone again! Also gone from day frequency 11775 at 1255 March 18 check (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL [and non]. 11710, March 18 at 0331, crackling spur from 11780.1v RNA, not strong now, and RAE, Argentina, 11711v English hour is anyway inaudible, only making a het with CRI Russian via Urumqi, East Turkistan. 
On the PL-880 1-kHz steps, I detect the first-order crackle out to these ranges from each peak: 11734-11751 (QRMing something on 11750 which would be IBB Somali via Sri Lanka); 11808-11821, and the fundamental also splashes out to 11768-11793 or so (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 11855, March 18 at 0537, R. Aparecida talk, and a couple words later same on 11935, RB2, fair signals. 11765 SRDA is also on and audible. At the moment, 11745 & 11815 spurs from 11780 are not so bad as they were two hours earlier (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGESTE)
** CUBA. 11840, March 18 at 0336, very good open carrier/dead air, no doubt RHC failing to modulate. (11760 is not on the air now, per Aoki stopping at 0300). 11840 is supposed to stay until 0600 (make that 0500 with DST) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** FRANCE. 13740, March 17 at 2005, music, very poor vs local noise and hi K-index propagation disturbance; first thought it might be RHC which uses this frequency elsewhen, but not // 11760 French or 17730 talk. At 2010, still very poor in talk, maybe African-accented French, so tentatively RFI which since March 1 has been scheduled here but only until 2000 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO [and non]. 570, March 18 at 0550, romantic crooner in Spanish but American-style, 0551 full ID for ``XEBJB, Nueva Vida 570 AM`` (no FM mentioned), street address, and into kid choral national anthem way early before local midnight in Monterrey; makes slow SAH of 90/minute = 1.5 Hz with KLIF Dallas. Somewhat enhanced auroral conditions, and of course, our sky is overcast.
Must be change of name and format for XEBJB: `Nueva Vida` implies Christian, and that song may have been praise. WRTH 2015 has XEBJB as `Noti Radio 570` as does IRCA Log 2014 with a // FM on 95.7; Cantú merely as `Radio 570`, all as 5/0.5 kW. This website for the group a.k.a. Grupo Radio Alegría with a bunch of other stations agrees on the Nueva Vida branding now on 570:
http://www.epsilonmedia.mx/?page_id=15313
``Nueva Vida 570 es una estación cuyo propósito es fomentar valores y principios para la edificación personal familiar y social`` --- probably stealth Christian (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PANAMA [non]. 5985, UT Wed March 18 at 0430, WRMI with Rudy Espinal Spanish ID, then `Antena DX`, program produced in Panamá. Incorrect airtimes for this have been widely circulated, so I am confirming this is correct and trying to get the host to convert local and UT properly. Other WRMI airings are Mon 1230, Wed 1100, UT Fri 0100, all on 9955 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** RUSSIA [non]. `FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE` --- From R. Sputnik, still on WRMI 15770, Tue March 17. Just caught the end of it at 2122: Vasily gives WRMI airtimes but misses this one at 2100. Final song is ``Radio Silence`` hinting that something will happen in March, and this is an earlier show from Feb? # 200. Episodes are not numbered on their website. 2126 over to WRMI fill music, oud. A later edition in March heard on web was reported to be the finale (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SOMALILAND. 7120, March 18 at 0329, fair open carrier; 0329:50 some just barely-modulation starts, military band with NA, 0331 way undermodulated announcement and Qur`an. R. Hargeisa, of course. I was wondering if it would come thru, with K index of 6, geomag storms reaching G4 level, and radio blackouts reaching R1 level, during last 24 hours, per WWV at 0300 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1764 monitoring: confirmed Wed March 18 at 1315 on WRMI 9955. Next: Wed 2100 on WBCQ 7490 (which checked other days is now virtually inaudible here into daytime absorption). Hope to have new 1765 ready for first airing 0330 UT Thursday on 9955. Note: while stations getting WOR by ftp will have no problem, our w4uvh.net site is still down being reconfigured, so there may be a delay there or alternative delivery needed (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9975, March 18 at 0310, KVOH is on, fair signal with deep fades, during ``TruNews, end-time news`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 17790, March 18 at 1358, WRMI with strange music/SFX prélude to Radio Africa Network, 1359 signing on as such, 17790 and 15190 [later] ``from the WRMI studios in Okeechobee`` --- really, no longer out of Cupertino CA? So RAN is back, while yesterday Brother Scare ran on 17790 from before 1400 until 1800 when RAN finally came on, says Ivo Ivanov. Has happened before. Is TOM a default when RAN feed is lost, or is RAN intentionally turning over long hours to Brother Scare? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 11825, March 18 at 0334, mix of two gospel huxters, soon recognized as Brother Scare and Pastor Melissa Scott. This is not WRMI which puts BS on 11825 now only in the daytime, but an overload mixing product in the PL-880 with too much longwire clipped on, i.e. WWCR bigsigs 5890 plus 5935 = 11825! One would suspect WWCR at fault if this were audible on other receivers. Also can hear PMS on 11870 QRMing WEWN, which is 2 x 5935, also presumably caused by receiver. There would also be BS on 11780 = 2 x 5890 were it not totally blocked by Brasil (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1090, March 18 at 0606 UT, ``Mighty 1090 weather`` -- showers, and into talk show, neither C2C nor Jimbo nor Red Eye, so what is it, local? Or statal: Probably `Texas Overnight` as on the KVOP Plainview TX schedule. Originates at KRLD, so I should have (next time?) just checked adjacent for a // but probably out of synch. I am more interested in avoiding the IBOC out of 1080 now, best aiming ENE/WSW which also fits nicely for KVOP!
KVOP, 5/0.5 kW U4, is in fact the only 1090 in the NRC AM Log with that slogan (or `Mightly``), tho likely there are more. 
Anyhow it`s not WBAL Baltimore which I was hoping for but whose night pattern puts nothing to the west. There is one more ``Mighty 1090``, which doesn`t qualify for the NRC AM Log of US & Canada: XEPRS ``San Diego``, 50 kW which could certainly reach us like 1070 KNX, except 1090 is extremely direxional at night NNW/SSE. For that matter, KVOP also has a null toward us if on night pattern, and so does the day pattern tho not as tight. Showers are also more likely in the TX panhandle (and here), than in BCN or ACS.
KAAY Little Rock was also ``Mighty 1090``, but it`s certainly off the air due to copper theft and may never come back? Likewise KARN 920. On March 17, Fritze Prentice in AR refers us to threads about that:
``Glenn, yes, both stations are off the air. I found out via a FB group, "KAAY-AM, The Mighty 1090". I checked over the air reception (which isn't easy here with KAAY's STA'd nighttime signal) and nothing was heard. I then posted that to another group "I Love AM Radio" and that group has been very active with posts and speculation of the cause which apparently was because of copper theft at both sites. KARN has been off the air since Feb 1, and KAAY since approx. Feb 13. On Sunday morning on lunch break, I confirmed again the absence of KAAY 1090.
FB links are to the KAAY-AM The Mighty 1090 group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/198469254312/
For the I Love AM Radio FB group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2229450992/
Both are public FB groups. F.H. (Haley) Prentice, Star City AR``
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1530, March 18 at 0316 UT, ``you are listening to Victory 100.9 FM, keep it locked``, more music, loops E-W and nothing from WCKY, propped out. This is again 2500-watt ``daytimer`` KVDW in England AR, IDing only for its FM translator on 100.9, which is K265EO, per NRC AM Log which lists the slogan as ``Victory 1530`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 702, March 18 at 1241 UT, TP carrier search finds one here from the west, which would be 2BL Sydney NSW; also one on 684: there are a 10 kW in NSW and a 5 kW in NZ. Nothing on other hi-latitude paths such as 774 Japan. Something on 882 too but I can`t get a bearing on it and possibly of local origin. LSR here was 1238 UT (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 13620 approx., March 18 at 1302 UT, some very brief 2-way transmissions, one side only heard; steady when on but too quick ever to pin down the frequency exactly. Mentions he is hauling milo, and later at 1311 that he is ``going to that elevator across the road``. Enid is known for its grain elevators. Must be local, probably an FRG-7 receiver image from something on VHF. However, the preslector is peaked properly on frequency cited. Might be a repeater, but never any IDs, and slightly weakening so maybe direct from a mobile unit. Seems AM mo
** BRAZIL. Multiple extremely distorted spurs out of the 11780.1v RNA/RNB transmitter are about the worst I have ever heard them now, at ~35 kHz intervals, March 17 at 0532-0540 UT:
11745 & 11815, first-order spurs are extremely strong such that one can understand the talk modulation, usually not the case.
11710, second-order spur is almost as bad. Matching second-order on other side, 11850 is weaker but audible when often it is not. It is interfering with 11855, R. Aparecida, another Brazilian.
These three cover at least 10 kHz each, making any other reception impossible on those frequency ranges.
11675, third-order spur 105 (3 x 35) kHz out is audible, more than a trace. Likewise plus 105 on 11885.
11640, fourth-order spur, 140 kHz out, is detectable at trace level, but not one on the hi side (which would be 11920).
11605, fifth-order spur 175 kHz out, is also detectable at trace level, but not on the hi side (would be 11955). While it is impossible to pinpoint these blobs with no specific carrier, seems to peak closer to 11603, which would make for 35.4 kHz separations.
Propagation from Brasil may be stronger than usual, as both 11855 and 11935 stations are audible, but very weak compared to 11780 and its primary spurs (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO [and non?]. 1130, March 17 at 0548 UT, I`m getting music in Spanish, tropical? Peaking somewhat counterclockwise from KWKH LA sportstalk, which is to the SE, so this would be more like ESE/WNW, ruling out Mexico (and there is NO Cuban listed on 1130). Makes medium SAH with KWKH, whose signal is not very strong, way off its westward lobe here. Also need to null IBOC from KMOX 1120 as much as possible, and it`s to the NE, so that means least of it aiming SE. NRC AM Log shows US SS on 1130 are supposedly daytimers, in GA, TN and TX. TN and TX are religious, while WLBA 10 kW in Gainesville GA is ``La Mejor``, presumably including secular music. That direxion would fit. There is also 10 kW SS fulltime KSDO San Diego CA, but also religious. 
I have dozed off, but awaken at 0604 UT March 17 when a choral Mexican NA is playing on 1130. May be different station than above, as now it`s less separable from KWKH. NA soon finished, and it`s overcoming KWKH, so manage to pull ID as ``La Comadre, la nueva 11-30 AM``, which means it is XETOL, 10/5 kW in Toluca, Estado de México (next to DF). Comadre literally means midwife (co-mother), maybe alluding to helping to birth wonderful new programming? If it were Portuguese, the primary meaning would be bedpan, says Google translate (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. The World of Radio site containing WOR audio files, DXLD archive, etc., www.w4uvh.net became inaccessible March 16 and still so March 17. Issues with too much bandwidth usage, so I have removed a lot of duplicated audio files, but host says it may be another 24 hours before it`s back, if they accept my solution. Any further info about this will be posted at
http://www.worldofadio.com/anomaly.html
People needing to hear recent WORs, I hope can still reach them via the podcasters. Should this be prolonged, I`ll start posting the latest DXLD at the other site (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9975, March 17 at 0542, KVOH is off again, another breakdown? Or experimental carriage of Pastor Melissa Scott may have concluded. Aha, it may be the latter, as program schedule
http://kvoh.net/wp-content/uploads/KVOH-Program-Grid-English.pdf
has been updated March 16, removing Melissa, back to 0400* sign-off.
17775, March 17 at 1412, JBA carrier, maybe KVOH is on, but propagation very degraded. 1615 definitely on but JBA as 16mb still hasn`t recovered from geomag storm with K=8 at 1500 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 17790, March 17 at 1355, WRMI with Brother Scare // 11825 et al. This is when prélude to Radio Africa Network would normally be playing on 17790. BS is JBA, OSOB except for poor 17730 Cuba due to severe G4 geomagnetic storms, K index of 6 at 1200, reaching 8! at 1500 per WWV, and more to come. 1415 still JBA on 17790, but surges to good level at 1417, still BS not RAN. At 1615 check, still JBA but with BS intonation matchable to 11825, no RAN (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 870, March 17 at 0624 UT, open carrier with WWL nulled, maybe ~10 Hz SAH. Most likely daytimer KFJZ Fort Worth TX (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 1290, March 17 at 0607 UT, choice of Jimbo from NE/SW, or C2CAM from NW/SE, mutually nullable, both vs lots of CCI. Most likely closest are KOIL Omaha NE and KOWB Laramie WY, respectively (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report dispatched at 1650 UT March 17
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** BANGLADESH. 15505, March 16 at 1359, Bangladesh Betar IS is JBA, but the mistimesignal cuts thru, ending at 1359:17.5 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 11705-11715, 11735-11745, 11810-11820, March 16 at 0535 check, ranges of crackling extremely distorted spurs from 11780.1v RNA/RNB, worst peaks in the middle of each of them (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. CNR1 jammers morning of March 16: none in the 17s, 14s, 13s
15970, March 16 at 1354, CNR1 jammer, fair with flutter
15775, March 16 at 1355, CNR1 jammer, good with flutter // 15970
16100, March 16 at 1356, CNR1 jammer, good with flutter
12910, March 16 at 1358, CNR1 jammer, very good with flutter; 
15970, March 16 at 1433, CNR1 jammer, fair with flutter, on again
15745, March 16 at 1434, CNR1 jammer, fair with flutter
16920, March 16 at 1435, CNR1 jammer, fair with flutter
14920, March 16 at 1435, CNR1 jammer, good with flutter
13530, March 16 at 1435, CNR1 jammer, fair with flutter, CODAR
12980, March 16 at 1436, CNR1 jammer, fair-good with flutter
12560, March 16 at 1436, CNR1 jammer, poor with flutter; none now in the 17s, low 11s or 10s (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CUBA. 11930, March 16 at 0545, wall-of-noise jamming far beyond the hours R. Martí is ever on this frequency; not too strong now but with strange accompaniment, with BFO, series of rapid beeps of various pitches = carrier frequencies, pauses, unlike anything normally associated with Cuban jamming (in addition to more regular beeping at a constant lower pitch.) A sample at 0549 March 16, tuned to 11930.0 with BFO on; could this be conveying any intelligence?
http://www.w4uvh.net/11930beepjam.rm
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7150.0-LSB, March 16 at 0554, very strong ham signal in English with heavy accent, but always employing fonetix, AA3DP in Murfreesboro TN: CQDX, then asking for calls from TA/Turkey stations only. No takers, so re-broadens it to anyone; then worx KJ6SWX, who has similar accent? Seemingly exchange a few words in non-English. AA3DP spells his own name too quickly to copy, but here he is in ARRL lookup:
PERWER, DILOVAN, AA3DP
1536 Canterbury Ln
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Previous call sign: KG4HST
While the other seems Italian:
Olcese, Riccardo, KJ6SWX
3184 Heidi Ln
Topanga, CA 90290
I think it is safe to conclude that AA3DP is originally from Turkey. Murfreesboro is a 100K+ city down I-24 obscured by the metropolis of Nashville. Not to be confused with much smaller Murphysboro, which is in IL near Carbondale (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1764 monitoring: confirmed Sunday March 15 at 2300 on WRMI 11580; sufficient. Also confirmed on Area 51 webcast UT Monday March 16 from 0303; also on WBCQ 5110- (slightly on the low side), before 0330, fair. Next:
Tue 1100 on WRMI 9955
Wed 0730 & 1530 on Hamburger Lokalradio 7265-CUSB
Wed 1315 on WRMI 9955
Wed 2100 on WBCQ 7490v
As chances to hear WOR on SW are reduced, you may want to subscribe to a podcast: three different sources are linked atop 
http://www.worldofradio.com
Altho TuneIn apparently still can`t connect to WOR podcasts, I happened to check it at 0159 UT Monday March 16, searched on Hauser (not World of Radio) and got back to the WOR page, 
http://tunein.com/radio/World-of-Radio-p198/
which was playing WRN North America, just after the 0130 WOR airing there, so smart enough to figure that out. It has also displayed linx before to the WOR times on World FM, NZ. Hello to my 222 followers at TuneIn (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9975, March 16 at 0535, KVOH is back on with DGS, no longer very undermodulated either, but back to `normal` lofi with some hum. Ray Robinson says they got it back on at 0350. 17775 also on as normal after 1400 Monday (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5850, March 16 at 0602, I monitor Rick Wiles via WRMI for a minute to get an idea where he is coming from: this is whence: major conflagration coming by end of this year as the BRIC countries try to take over world financial control from the Rothschilds & Bildenbergs; O, god (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report dispatched at 1638 UT March 16
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** CHINA [and non]. 15535, March 15 at 1354, CNR1 jammer with Sunday-night opera, poor hetting 15537, i.e. V. of Tibet, per Aoki 1337-1400 due east from TAJIKISTAN (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** GUAM [and non]. 11580, March 15 at 1309, KTWR with sermon in English interrupted by consecutive translation to Vietnamese; about equal level with Brother Scare via WRMI as these two continue to collide: WRMI 24 hours (also some other programming), and KTWR at 1245-1330, -1345 on Saturdays. HFCC also shows on 11580 at other hours: India and Pakistan, the latter probably imaginary (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) 
** NEW ZEALAND. 9700, Sunday March 15 at 1315, RNZI with reports extremely critical of the Australian government over treatment of asylum seekers detained on Nauru and elsewhere. Among other things, thousands of letters to the detainees were intercepted and returned to senders. Show outro at 1335 with strange title in Maori(?) tho it was all in English; RNZI ID with SFX, 1336 into Feature Album, ``Breakin` Away``. RNZI sked in UT+13 shows this was:
``2:05 AM Tagata o te Moana --- A weekly Pacific magazine programme features New Zealand and regional Pacific news, issues, information`` and music [and next entry not until:]
``6:00 AM Pacific Regional News``
tho Tagata is only a 29 minute show! specifically this one:
``Tagata o te Moana for 14 March 2015 (28'39)
http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/programmes/tagata-o-te-moana/audio/20170931/tagata-o-te-moana-for-14-march-2015
Monster storm makes its way through Vanuatu; Repair work continues on vital Kiribati causeway; Torture concerns surrounding Australian action in the Pacific; Letters of support to Nauru refugees are returned to sender; There's a muted response from Fiji over NZ spying reports; Uncertainty continues around a multi-billion dollar project on Tahiti`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U A E. 21780, March 15 at 1351, very poor signal with talk, normally unheard at all. HFCC says at 13-14, DW Hausa via UAE. Much weaker than the SSOB, 21505 Riyadh (and still no 21540 Kuwait) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. Re KVOH missing from 9975 around 0200 UT Mar 15, Ray Robinson replies: ``Hi, Glenn. Equipment failure again, I'm afraid, but the good news is we think we found the cause of the undermodulation. We should be back on Monday on both frequencies, but it's unclear at this point whether or not we will be able to run on 9975 tomorrow [UT Monday March 16]. We most likely will be off for the weekend. Sigh....`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5760-SSB, Sunday March 15 at 1338, long discourse about reducing current draw of battery-powered radio equipment, which most of the time is only receiving rather than transmitting. Finally 1348 outro as ``training topic this week``, and finally ID of this station as 6TG, contacts with 6QE and 6IA. Good steady signals. Probably some nearby MARS net, with truncated calls, but wasted enough time searching for calls and frequency with no results. Air Force? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report dispatched at 1612 UT March 15
Enviado por : Glenn Hauser - wghauser@yahoo.com
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