domingo, 13 de março de 2016

Hauser Update

** CUBA. 17580, March 13 at 1411, open carrier/dead air from RHC, while 17730 is VG in Spanish, // much weaker modulation on 17750. 1414 amid `Mundo de la Filatelia` with usual essay contest promotion (is importation of Cuban stamps to USA still banned??) I missed checking at 1335, but at 1434 on 11760, no `En Contacto` DX program, so the winter timing has been earlied. Instead a music program until 1455 with 10:55 timecheck, news, 1459 even mentions that hora de verano has started.
1501 into Esperanto on 11760 only, as its time has also shifted one UT hour earlier. Opening schedule announcement however still says 1600! On 11760, 2230 on 17730, and 6000 [sic] at 0700; again also giving the misimpression that the 0700 broadcast is a repeat rather than a prepeat early UT Sundays. These other two normally do not change time for DST, just the 1600/1500 one. As for the fourth airing, unknown to the Es`po dept itself, Sundays at 2130 on 11880, who knows what will happen with that?
Timing of the other languages on 11880 normally jumbles with DST/ST changes (such as English moving *later* instead of earlier, 2300 instead of 2200). The DX program times during DST are traditionally: Sun 1335, 2240, UT Mon 0135, each one hour earlier than during ST, as the running dog of Yanqui Imperialism moves in lockstep with the USA clock changes. We`ll see how long it take for RHC to post an accurate updated schedule:
seems to be down/blank at 1613 UT March 13; no, it`s just very slow-loading. Took about 20 minutes to come up, and it`s still the outdated one for standard time.
Accompanying my previous log I also meant to mention that RHC referred to webcasting in ``tiempo real`` rather than ``Audio Real`` --- maybe they finally figured out that Real Audio is not and has not been the medium, rather Windows Media, as I have been pointing out for years. Stations really need to pay closer attention to my advice (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** MEXICO [and non]. 720, March 13 at 1308 UT, romantic music in Spanish from WSW, surely XEJCC Ciudad JuÃrez, now known as El FonÃgrafo; with Spanish CCI from more to the south, 1311 UT ``La EstaciÃn de la Raza``, i.e. KSAH Universal City/San Antonio TX (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** TIBET [non]. 11992, March 13 at 1341, weak music and mushy noise, apparently a different kind of ChiCom jamming. There is no carrier on 11990, but something on 11995, while the mush can also be heard up to 11998, and again around 12008. 11992 cuts off at 1359*. This all smax of Voice of Tibet via TAJIKISTAN. As of Feb 21, Ivo Ivanov included:
``1345-1400 NF 11992 DB 100 kW / 095 deg to EaAs Chinese, ex 12013``
while 11997 was in use for same at 1315-1345 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9955, March 13 at 1417, no BS on this WRMI frequency, but music loop fill, including `Sandunga` at 1418, still music at 1434, 1452. During DST, Brother HyStairical is expected to start at 1400 instead of 1500 on 9955. Meanwhile, he is rampant today on 11580, 15440, etc. (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1300, March 13 at 1331 UT, a brief bit from ABC news, 1333 UT Fox Sports talk, from NW/SE, ID in passing as 1300 KBRL. That`s McCook NE, 5000/136 U3, and NRC AM Log confirms that both networks are among its many affiliations. Yet there has been heavy QRM and not sure both I heard were from same station. KBRL day pattern has three lobes, one of them toward Enid (and similar night pattern); March FCC sunrise is 1300 UT, April 1200 UT, a rare situation where there is a full hour shift from one month to the next (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report dispatched at 1629 UT March 13
Glenn Hauser

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