quinta-feira, 14 de maio de 2015

Glenn Hauser logs May 11-12-13 &13 , 2015

** ANGUILLA [non]. 11775, May 13 at 1356, no CBB, just a JBA carrier, presumably CNR1 jamming or VOA Chinese via Philippines (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** AUSTRALIA [and non]. 12085, May 13 at 1351, R. Australia, `Daily Planet` of world music, but with rapid low-pitched pulsing, ChiCom jamming? Centered more like 12084. Or possibly OTH radar but not wideband. Or own transmitter out of order. Never heard this here before. RA // 12065 as always much weaker, but in the clear (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 11815, May 13 at 0523, weak music presumably R. Brasil Central as always smashed by the crackling spur from 11780 Brasilia, matched by // 11745 with nothing to QRM at the moment (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO. 1090, May 13 at 0507, Spanish talk from SSW is dominant, about Mexican politix, better offtuned to 1088-1089 to minimize KRLD IBOC from 1080. Presumed XEAU Monterrey NL, Milenio Radio (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 1120, May 13 at 1654 UT on caradio, KEOR/KETU Catoosa/Sperry/Tulsa, is back on after a few days of dead carrier or no carrier --- regional Mexican music, presumably resuming `La Picuda` syndication out of LÁ, still past 1710 UT altho I missed any non-IDs circa hourtop (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PUNTLAND [and non]. 13800, May 13 at 1307, JBA carrier presumably R. Puntland, but QRM from stronger intruder on 13798-USB, 2-way in colloquial Spanish! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SUDAN [and non]. 11645, May 13 at 0522, very poor signal here, presumed R. Dabanga via VATICAN, while the tone jammer is JBA still on 11650.
13800, May 13 at 0524, Dabanga is fair with flutter here via MADAGASCAR, along with usual 2-tone jamming, Dab cuts off at 0527.5* while the tone jammers remain. I was looking for the MAD/VATICAN overlap, but it seems the MUF is too down for Europe tonight, hardly even making 11 MHz However, by 0529 I am hearing the VR IS on 13765, which is for Portuguese via MADAGASCAR, not direct. This may explain why Dabanga has to finish up the third third of its morning sesquihour via SMG on 13800 --- if Talata has to use the same transmitter for VR itself on 13765 from 0530. The azimuths and antenna types are different, however (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1772 monitoring: confirmed Wednesday May 13 after 1315 on WRMI, 9955, sufficient, no jamming audible. Unchecked Wed 2100 on WBCQ webcast. Thu 1130 airing on WRMI 9955 will also repeat 1772, as 1773 will be produced later on Thursday, in time for 2100 début on WRMI 7570 if not 15770. Further:
Fri 2130 WRMI 15770
Sat 0630 HLR 7265-CUSB
Sat 1430 HLR 7265-CUSB
Sat 1930v WA0RCR 1860-AM [no Gateway 160 this week due to Dayton]
Sun 0315v WA0RCR 1860-AM [no Gateway 160 this week due to Dayton]
Sun 2100 WRMI 15770 [scheduled, but not last week, nor on 7570]
Sun 2300 WRMI 11580
Mon 0300v WBCQ 5110v Area 51
Tue 1100 WRMI 9955
Wed 0630 HLR 7265-CUSB
Wed 1315 WRMI 9955
Wed 1430 HLR 7265-CUSB
Wed 2100 WBCQ 7490v
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UNIDENTIFIED. 1340, May 13 at 0512 UT, talk about astronomy, sounds familiar regular segment, and proves // but 15 seconds ahead of KMOX 1120, so it`s `Overnight America`, now syndicated by Westwood One, but can`t find any affiliate list at WW1, and streaming aggregators are worse than nothing tho get top search hits. While atop the graveyard QRM, this seems to be roughly from NE/SW, which implies MO or TX, or maybe KS if nothing further. The only 1340 WW1 affil in those states per the NRC AM Log 2014-2015 is KLID Poplar Bluff MO, which is more like east of here in the SE corner. Scatterbrain website http://www.klidradio.com/ shows mix of nostalgic music and talk, ranging from Jim Hightower to Herman Cain, but no plain old program schedule which might show ONA (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report dispatched at 0446 UT May 14
** ALBANIA [and non]. 9850, May 13 at 0132, R. Tirana is back on original frequency for English to North America, after switch to 9855 on May 10 UT (not on air May 11, and not checked May 12). Nothing on 9855, but very poor propagation on 9850 and I want to positive it`s RT so retune at 0156 to hear RT closing IS.
At 0157 I`m also hearing some weak SSB QRM. This demodulates as 9851-LSB, and in clear after Tirana 0158*. Sounds like ham or MARS, intermittent one side only, copied ``come down for a fish fry``. Never heard any such QRM to RT before on 9850. Possibly from 160m band, 4 x 1970.2; or the PL-880 may be fooling me with an overload image (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BURUNDI [non]. Another check May 12 for the newly expanded services of VOA to this country due to strife there: listed as 1600-1630 UT on three frequencies. At 1608, I can hear a poor signal on 17530 with hilife music; 15460 very poor seemingly //, both São Tomé, and nothing audible on 13630 Botswana. Ivo Ivanov was monitoring the same semihour and says only 13630 was in Kinyarwanda [sic: surely Kirundi if for Burundi]; while 15460 & 17630 were in music, then English.
So their act is not together. Also the VOA PR gave the wrong frequencies for the 1930-2000 broadcast, NOT the same as at 0400-0530, but instead 9470, 11615 and 12140. I couldn`t hear any of those May 12 after 1930 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CHINA. 9420, May 12 at 1220, music fair with flutter, seems Chinese rather than Greek. Aoki shows two Chinese stations on 9420 at this hour besides Greece: CNR13 in Uyghur via Lingshi 725 site and CNR6 in Mandarin via Beijing 491 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MALAYSIA. 11665, May 12 at 1235, fair signal with chanting past 1242; and a non-chanty song at 1249, presumed RTM with Wai or Sarawak FM service (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** NIGERIA. 7255 & 9690, May 12 at 0615 check, poor signals, but can make them // so VON is on again with presumed Hausa, but much degraded propagation tonight (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 1120, May 11 around 1830 UT on caradio, where I can have better reception of Catoosa/Sperry/Tulsa ``La Picuda`` when on --- open carrier still quieting compared to e.g. 1110 with no signal from KFAB or anything.
1120, May 12 at 1611 UT check on PL-880, now NO signal, not even with BFO, from KEOR/KETU, but you never know what they will do next, or when (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 91.7, Tue May 12 at 1345 UT, KOSU Stillwater/OKC with monthly show pre-empting part of NPR Morning Edition: `The Living Room with Gerry Bonds`, OK-themed interviews on wide variety of topix. Details:
``Literacy and Language. May 2015 --- Our program was preempted on May 6th due to sever weather. It will be re-broadcast Wednesday, May 13th at 6:30 pm [2330 UT]
Have you ever heard of a "book desert?" Book scarcity is a harsh realty in high poverty communities, not only in Oklahoma, but in many parts of the USA, and the world, for that matter. What we’ll be tackling in The Living Room this month is the challenge of turning book scarcity into book abundance for very young children. You know what I mean --- those wonderful early childhood picture books that so many of us remember for the rest of our lives. Unite for Literacy is a Colorado-based enterprise that is dedicated to eliminating book deserts. Go to their website http://uniteforliteracy.com and you’ll see a library of free digital picture books narrated for kids in 27 languages. Recently, KOSU teamed up with Unite for Literacy. Their goals? Get kids excited about reading and then make sure they have access to books, no matter what language they speak. Our first guests are Unite for Literacy CEO, Mike McGuffee, is here, and with him KOSU Director, Kelly
During our second segment, we discuss the fact that Oklahoma is one of 18 so-called hot spots identified around the world where native languages are disappearing. For some tribes, like the Cherokees, the preservation effort has made good progress. Even the Unite for Literacy Project has 50 children's books in the Cherokee language as part of its free online library. But for some other tribes, it continues to be a real struggle and a race against time. We’ll talk about two of those tribes with some very special guests: Lori Hamilton is Executive Officer of the History & Culture Division of the Chickasaw Nation and Justin McBride, Language Director of the Kaw Nation. LISTEN NOW``. Audio:
(Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SUDAN [and non]. 11650, May 12 at 0540, JBA signal from presumed R. Dabanga via VATICAN, while no signal audible on 13800 in degraded propagation.
15550, May 12 at 1543, Arabish audible on LSB, while USB is mixed with WJHR; 15150 JBA carrier, 17600 inaudible. By 1609, Arabish is dominant on 15550 with Dabanga mentioned, and tone jamming too and/or just carrier on 15551.0. Still nothing audible on 17600 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** TIBET [non]. 15525, May 12 at 1401, poor signal from V. of Tibet presumed via MADAGASCAR, so I`m standing by for frequency jump to 15530 which does occur at *1407:05; no jamming audible on either, before or after. Recheck 1428, already off (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5830, May 12 at 0532, open carrier/dead air except for some hum from WTWW-1. Next check May 12 at 1434, QSY to day frequency has been accomplished, but still dead air! Ted must be making the changes by remote control without bothering to hear whether anything is really being modulated; same old story. Even the operator doesn`t care to listen to PPPP. Amazing that the SFAW ownership allows this to recur, but presumably just as clueless back in Laporte. Unfortunately, by 1930 when I`m routinely checking for the new VOA Burundi service on 9470, now it`s totally splashed out by mod from WTWW (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report despatched at 0326 UT May 13
Enviado por: Glenn Hauser - wghauser@yahoo.com

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