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Wednesday, August 05 2020

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Recordings 
R. Tarma,  good signal, 04/08
https://soundcloud.com/user-463139565/tarma4775khz2345utc04082020?ref=clipboard
R. Huanta, clear, 05/08
https://soundcloud.com/user-463139565/huanta4747khz0004utc05082020?ref=clipboard
Logs 
R. CRFX, 6070kHz, Canada, Toronto; 05/08, 0550 – 0603 two males english conversation, announcements, female “Canada”. Poor to fair, (LOB).
https://soundcloud.com/user-463139565/cfrx6070khz0550utc05082020?ref=clipboard
R. Congo, 6115kHz, Congo, Brazzaville; 0508, 0607 – 0617 african music, male in french “Congo”. Fair, (LOB). 
https://soundcloud.com/user-463139565/r_congo6115khz0907utc05082020?ref=clipboard
Tecsun PL310et Antenna wire 6m longEmbu SP Brasil
Enviado do Yahoo Mail no Android
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Glenn Hauser logs August 4-5, 2020  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, August 05 2020

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DX/SWL/MEDIA PROGRAMS updated August 4:
http://www.worldofradio.com/dxpgms.html

WORLD OF RADIO HITLIST of SW stations, by Alan Roe, updated:
http://www.w4uvh.net/hitlist.htm

WORLD OF RADIO SCHEDULE updated:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

** CANADA. 326-MCW kHz, August 4 at 0644 UT, ND beacon dash and YQK,
which is 200 watts from Kenora, Ontario (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR) See
also U S A

** NORTH AMERICA. 7470, Aug 5 at 0231, anti-Christ pirate Station YHWH
is back after some absence, usual screed, S8-S9 except for some deep
fades. Tnx to tip from Eric Fetters-Walp on the WOR iog:

``[WOR] YHWH on 7470 as of 0220 UTC Aug. 5 --- Just checked 7470 kHz
and found Josiah back after several days -- if not longer -- of being
off the air. A noisy signal with lots of fading, but very audible
talking as of 0220 UTC here near Seattle, where we've still got full
daylight`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** SRI LANKA. 11905, August 5 at 0057, JBA music with flutter both up
and down and sidewise, S5-S6 at best until 0058*. Must be end of
Bengali semihour from SLBC as scheduled, despite current report from
Ivo that: ``Two of three transmitters at Trincomalle [sic] are out of
service. The transmissions of Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation /
SLBC and some transmissions of Adventist World Radio / AWR are
suspended, as follows:
0030-0100 on 11905 TRM 125 kW / 345 deg to SoAs Bengali SLBC
0200-0230 on 11905 TRM 125 kW / 345 deg to SoAs Hindi SLBC...``

The B19 sked in WRTH 2020 was different, continuous 0030-0230, the
first and last semihours in Hindi, 0100-0200 in Bengali, all on 11905
Trincomalee. No azimuths ever shown there, but if Ivo be correct,
Bengali segment is not aimed at Bengal, east or West! Anyway,
trans-polar to here.

Last logged here July 13, 2018 from *0030v. Before that when the sun
was a bit spottier, I tracked numerously previous *0115 openings with
variable off-timesignals (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** SUDAN SOUTH [non]. MADAGASCAR. Ivo Ivanov reported: ``AGAIN NO
SIGNAL of MGB Eye Radio Special px on 7340 kHz August 3
0459-0557 on 7340 MDC 250 kW / 335 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic*-pls check
on August 4
1459-1557 on 15410 MDC 250 kW / 340 deg to EaAf Juba Arabic*-pls check
later today * including news in other languages:
English/Dinka/Nuer/Shilluk/Bari/Zande/Lutoho.
-- 73! Ivo Ivanov``

So I do check, 0500-0505 Tue August 4, no signal at UTwente on 7340,
just strong BBC Vatican on 7345. Aoki says Eye at 05-06 is on days 1
and 7 only. This had just been registered as an extra hour to deal
with COVID-19. Ivo replies, ``But no signal on both frequencies
Sat/Sun August 1/2 and Mon/Tue August 3/4`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** TURKEY [and non]. Correxion: 9685 was certainly not splashing upon
9830; I must have been referring to Spain 9690 getting QRM when
checked at same time via UTwente, no such ACI here:

``TURKEY. 9830, Wed July 29 at 2230 tune-in via UTwente, VOT English
is on today and VG, even without hum, but splash from 9685 which is
the orphan CRI ``Portuguese`` service of fill-music-only, via
Kashgar...`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 257-MCW kHz, August 4 at 0648 UT, ND beacon JYR, which is 25
watts from York, Nebraska, a new one for me? York is due north of
Enid, also on US 81, and east of Grand Island. I was near there for
the Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017 --- those were the days ---
and brief ``nights`` but I was not checking for NDBs (Glenn Hauser,
OK, WOR) See also CANADA

** U S A. 7637-USB, UT Wed August 5 at 0114, encrypted alfanumerix
including ``fife`` for five in ``UR55W``, presumably paramilitary
mumbo-jumbo from CAP as previously logged here UT Sat April 18 at 0124
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. NEW WORLD OF RADIO times on WRMI. On August 3, the skedgrid
http://www.tinyurl.com/WRMIfqs
has been updated to show WOR UT Saturday at 0130 on 9955, but no
longer on 5850 & 5010, still on 7780 at that hour. Also new 7780
Saturday at 2300; all of this yet to be confirmed. The sked appears to
be in flux with blank spaces on System F, where we hope to get back on
5850 to the NW and/or 9395/9455 SomeSystem to the NNW for better
coverage across the continent. Still shows the same early UT August
5.

Several WOR times still displayed on the grid are long outdated or
imaginary, and we stopped trying to confirm them long ago:

Sat 1130 9955 - active for a while earlier this year
Tue 2130 System D - no frequencies
Wed 1030 5950 on System F, but frequency grid shows SMTV on System J
Wed 2100 System D - no frequencies
Wed 2100 7780 - active briefly earlier this year
Thu 2100 System D - no frequencies
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 2045 monitoring: confirmed Tue Aug 4 at 0100
on WRMI 7780, fair S9 better than usual here. Next:
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

WOR program and website are totally non-commercial.
Contributions via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com --
not necessarily in US funds as they will convert

One may also contribute via MO or check in US funds on a
US bank to: Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 7505, August 4 at 0136, and August 5 at 0117 chex, WRNO
continues AWOL. Last time I logged it was June 10 at 0144, on but with
dead air. Certainly not tracked every night, but first noted missing
on July 22.

Strange website with moving views of snow-covered hills on homepage;
listen linx stay silent; linx to external social media site providers;
does have own FB which has not been updated for months; this page
http://www.wrnoworldwide.com/event/ for ``upcoming programs`` shows
none since July 13 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 0410 UT August 5
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Glenn Hauser logs August 3, 2020  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, August 04 2020

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** CHINA. CNR1 jammer survey, Aug 3 at 1408: no WOOBs in the 13s, 12s,
but JBA carriers on 11100, 10920. No doubt would have been many more
before 1400* (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 13740, Aug 3 at 2043, S9+10 of dead air from RHC; warmup?
well before scheduled *2100; no spurs.

15370, Aug 3 at 2046, S9 of suptorted Arabic, which even when
well-modulated sounds like choking. No spurblobs noted now.
Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** IRELAND [non]. ITALY [non]. 7290, Mon Aug 3 at 1855 retune UTwente
for IRRS presumed Bulgaria as `The Shortwave Report` is concluding
with mandatory segment from Dan`s favorite station RHC, as he mislists
its frequencies ``from 6 pm [PDT] to midnight`` to include 6060 and
6165, both of which are long gone. The last item always gets cut off,
since IRRS inserts `Feature Story News` of about 5 minutes at 1830;
this week something from NHK Japan, chopped just before 1859 for IRRS
sign-off, which continues to give address as that 5-digit P O Box in
Milano, totally contradicting info that it is no longer in use! Such
as this note with eQSL received by Konstantin Bersankov, St. Pete in
the latest Rus-DX:

``Please also notice that we have discontinued our PO BOX or any
regular mail address for listeners' correspondence, and we are unable
to reply to QSL request by regular mail.

You may also find useful information on the following websites:
https://www.nexus.org
https://milanoventures.com
http://egradio.org
Let me know if we can further assist you. Hope this helps. Best
regards. Ron``

http://qsl-review.blogspot.com/2020/01/irrs-shortwave-nexus-iba.html

where it is assumed a QSL for 7290 at 1800-1900 June 20 [Saturday] was
for Romania; Altho nothing from IRRS specifies this as Romania --- now
believed to be Bulgaria. Furthermore, KB quotes this from their
website explaining why transmitter sites are kept secret, the only
non-Soviet broadcaster to do so:

``Since IRRS & NEXUS-IBA started relaying programs on shortwave in
1989, several organizations and individuals appeared on the market as
"competitors", offering similar services, sometimes in a fraudulent
and very un-professional way. We came across people charging for fake
(not existing) transmissions, and producing fake listeners' letters,
as well as broadcasts that are cheap, but so poor in quality that
cannot not be heard on the intended target, and those who commission
them have no means to check them.

In order to protect our interests and those of our members against
such competitors, our policy had to be changed in recent years not to
disclose information about our transmitter sites and our agreements
with our service providers and governments. Since we aim to to provide
top quality broadcasting services at the lowest possible cost to our
members, our transmitting sites may change as several technical and
contractual conditions change.

There is a simple way to explain this: when you buy anything at your
local shop, did you tried asking where exactly do they buy items that
they sell to you? I am sure no shop-keeper, service provider or
reseller will provide you information of their own sources for the
same reason.

Sometimes multiple transmitters are involved in order to provide
better coverage and/or redundancy. Nevertheless these sites will
remain confidential and are not disclosed to the general public. There
has been lots of speculations during the years (right and wrong) when
different "experts" tried to locate every and each
of our transmitter sites, and then published misleading information on
the internet and on other publications.

Only the power, time, program type, language and especially the target
area is clearly published in our schedules. We believe that this is
the information that our listeners need to know in order to tune into
our members' broadcasts.

Our programs are all originating from our Network Control Centre (NCC)
in Milan, Italy, where we operate all of our broadcasting services.``

This rationale makes no sense to me; the response to competitors
putting out fake info is to be completely transparent with real info.
If it change from time to time, fine, just acknowledge it. And then
there`s IRRS as HQ in IRELAND per WRTH (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 10-m beacons with some sporadic E struggling to MUF:

28298.8-CW, Aug 3 at 1424, long pause and long message starting with
dits, VVV DE K4JDR/B and ending with SK run together which is hard to
render typographically. I copied as K4JGR, but must be per WJ5O:
``28.2988 K4JDR C RALEIGH, NC # 10W, VERTICAL QRT Dec 2010 reactivated
Feb 15 Jan 2018 reported(SWL)`` --- QRZ.com:
``K4JDR USA flag USA, RONNIE J CASEY, RALEIGH, NC 27603-7336``

28255-CW, Aug 3 at 1428 and again at 1447, KB4UPI/B:
``28.255 KB4UPI C GADADEN [sic], ALABAMA # 3 W, DIPOLE NEW 2 Dec 07
relocated (agn)1 April 14`` --- GADSDEN is on I-59 NE of Birmingham
about 1/3 on way to Chattanooga. Lots of illustrated info plus
hamautobio at
https://www.qrz.com/lookup/kb4upi

``I am located on Camden Cove Island in Etowah county AL. See our
28.255 Mhz Beacon, up since 1987. KB4UPI 10 Meter Beacon 28.255
EM73ax

Our 10 meter beacon runs 5 watts into a 10 meter vertical antenna on
the top of my boathouse. The beacon was first placed on the air in
October of 1987 on 28.224, and the first report came from Don, WB4YRJ,
who is now a SK. The frequency was chosen because it was the only
place I could make the converted CB transmit at due to the crystals I
had on hand. Later I changed it to 28.267 for much the same reason. It
was later changed to 28.255 at the request of the HF beacon
coordinator Bill, WJ50. Contact Bill before you start any intended
beacon operation. See the WJ5O Beacon List.

The beacon has received reports from all over the world over the
years. The most distant report was in March of 1990 and came from SWL,
Brian Webb, ZL2262 in New Zealand. That is 4998 (MPW) miles per watt.
See his report below.

I QSL 100 per cent worldwide to ham operators and SWL's. No SASE is
required. Send your QSL and I'll send mine. Copy the short message if
you wish. All I need for a QSL is the frequency, time, date, and
signal report. Email reception reports are always welcome and
appreciated. To send me a simple report via email you may send it to
MickUpi*Gmail.com. The at sign is replaced to prevent email
harvesting.

The picture above is the present setup in the attic of my boathouse at
my QTH on Camden Cove Island in AL. I am located in Gadsden Alabama on
the banks of the Coosa River and Neely Henry lake. I have had several
transmitters over the years. The present one is a RS HTX-100. It runs
on low power at 5 watts. This radio should never be run at high power
(25 watts) in beacon operation. It will burn out and require service.
It should also have a fan. See the fan below.

Radio --- Close up view of the RS HTX-100 radio running 5 watts. These
radios are still readily available on eBay for around $ 80 to $ 100.
Look closely at the knob on the top right. Above it is printed, "pull
for low power". I placed a 3/16" thick rubber washer behind the knob.
Without the washer it is easy to accidently bump the knob and put the
radio on high power.

Keyer --- Close up of the MFJ-447 memory keyer. It has keyed the
transmitter for many years. The keying transistor was burned out
during a lightning strike a few years ago, but it is easily replaced.

Meter --- This is a cheap and simple SWR/Power meter I bought at a
hamfest for $ 3. I use it to look at the meter when take a look in the
attic of the boathouse and see if the radio is transmitting. All it
takes is a quick glance.

Fan --- Not a good picture, but this is an AC fan blowing on the fins
on the back of the radio. It is vitally important to to protect your
transmitter. AC fans seem to be far more reliable than a DC fan. This
one is setting on some foam rubber pads to dampen the vibration and
make it less noisy. Even running at 5 watts the HTX-100 will get too
hot without the fan.

This is a Motorola model TPN1154A 16 amp power supply that runs the
radio and the keyer. These commercial power supplies are usually
overlooked at hamfests because people don't know what they are, and
it's not surprising because the units have no ratings on them showing
what the voltage or maximum amperage is. Depending on the model they
can be rated at 5 to 25 amps. You can buy them at hamfests for 10 to
15 dollars. The digital meter on the top right was added. It bounces
from 13.7 to 13.8 as the transmitter turns on and off. Curiously
Motorola made them and set them up to operate at 14.9 volts. A small
resistor can easily be added to the regulator board to bring the
voltage down to 13.8 volts. Many thanks to Kevin Custer, W3KKG and
others for providing info on these power supplies. To see more info on
the power supplies Click Here

This peice of coax is which a squirrel chewed the coax shield away
where I once had the equipment outdoors at another QTH. If outside I
have learned it is best to leave the coax hanging freely instead of
attaching it to trees. I can only wonder why squirrels do this.``

28289.3-CW, Aug 3 at 1447, AL DE WJ5O/B himself:
``28.2893 WJ5O C TROY ALABAMA # 2W VERTICAL New Frequency 25 Jan 14``

Almost always, including today, when such beacons are making it QRP,
tuning higher up to 28500 finds *no* phone hams, who could run up to
a kilowatt, contacting; where are they? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2045 monitoring: confirmed UT
Monday August 3 at 0030 on WRMI 7730, VG here +30 degrees off beam,
some deep fades.

Also confirmed UT Mon Aug 3 at 0130 & 0230 on WRMI 7780, VP for a
change at UTwente, but VG as far as Maine SDR; also WRN webcast at
0130.

Also confirmed UT Mon Aug 3 from 0303 on Area 51 webcast after Free
Radio Skybird runs a bit over, closing with an address in New
Hampshire. WBCQ sked shows it 0230-0300 and ``Free Radio Skybird,
Hermans Radio & Record Room, and other shows air Sunday evenings on
5130 every other week.`` WOR good into Rochester SDR; at 0322 check
direct on 5130, S9+10 but noisy.

Larry Will tells us: ``[WOR] Glenn Hauser interview on Radio NewYork
International, 2008:
https://archive.org/details/dan-lewis-rni
Hour 2 of this RNI show hosted by Dan Lewis features an interview with
Glenn Hauser. This media comes from the WBCQ archives. L.``

Tnx, Larry, that brings back some memories. Starts :17 minutes into
and lasts until :41, direct link:

https://ia801501.us.archive.org/29/items/dan-lewis-rni/Dan%20Lewis%20RNI%2028%20December%202008%20Hour%202.mp3
if the URL with spaces in it survive replaced here by all those %20;
otherwise it`s the fourth item on the download options, VBR MP3, and
the second sub-item.

BTW, whatever became of Dan Lewis? His blog
http://danlewisradioguy.blogspot.com/
stopped after Tuesday, April 17, 2018 --- some interesting reading
there such as about ``Randi Steele``.

WOR 2045 also confirmed UT Mon Aug 3 at 0330 on WRMI 9955; as usual on
this airing, R. Prague fill music runs right up to 0330 with no ID
break; that makes up for some double-IDs at other times. Here it`s
S8-S9 but fading vs pulse jamming. A few minutes earlier at 0324
check, 9955 was S9/+10 well above lite PJ.

BTW, WRMI escaped any hurricane outage, far enough inland from the
path to get no more than 20 mph gusts per NWS Okeechobee city info.

WOR 2045 also confirmed Monday August 3 at 1805 tune-in via UTwente,
well underway and no dropouts on IRRS 7290 via Bulgaria; just the
usual rough modulation, warble from 7291 and plus/minus 10 splash.
Next:

0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

WOR program and website are totally non-commercial.
Contributions via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com --
not necessarily in US funds as they will convert

One may also contribute via MO or check in US funds on a
US bank to: Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 13845, Aug 3 at 1908, zero signal from this WWCR while all
the others are inbooming, including higher 15825 at S9+20 tnx to Es,
so not a MUF issue; 12160 S9+30; 9980 S9+20; 2042 recheck, 13845 back
on with PMS at S9+10 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. 12844.75-USB, Aug 3 at 1407, 2-way in Spanish mentioning
barco, numbers perhaps referring to cargo, unprofessional whistling
into mike (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 2321 UT August 3
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Glenn Hauser logs August 1, 2020  View Printable Version 
Sunday, August 02 2020

Logs


re: page #669 of WRTH 2020

Observatorio de Marina

https://goo.gl/maps/YPqCWvrKdaxxzXTW7

https://goo.gl/maps/rcCNL3vWyZMpK3C39

https://www.google.com/maps/@36.4655131,-6.2022553,3a,75y,233.13h,85.51t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sZhmmlnQ9bFAK3B7SKzTVkg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656


----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Langley" <lang@unb.ca>


To: <WOR@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, August 01, 2020 7:30 PM
Subject: Re: [WOR] Glenn Hauser logs August 1, 2020

On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 10:23 AM, Glenn Hauser wrote:

I was also checking page 59 of WRTH 2020, the glossy map of Europe,
not including Canaries even as inset, and notice there is a SW site in
red at San Fernando, on the SW coast of Spain just above Gibraltar.
When was there ever a SW site there, beyond Noblejas or long-gone
Arganda?? Maybe utility? I`ve always felt these maps should be much
more detailed if they would show at least major MW sites, but they are
only for SW (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

In red? It's in blue in my copy of WRTH 2020. That's for EBC, the time
signal station on 4998 and 15006 kHz. See page 669 of WRTH 2020.

-- Richard Langley

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Glenn Hauser logs August 2, 2020  View Printable Version 
Sunday, August 02 2020

Logs
** CHINA. CNR1 jammer survey, August 2 at 1356, mostly JBA: 13160,
12880, 11120, 11070, 10960, 9230, 9215 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 11760, Sunday August 2 at 1501, via Alexandria SDR, weekly
RHC Esperanto opening still alleges wrong info for this very
broadcast: Sunday 1600 on 11760 (only, ignoring 15140); after Sunday
0800 instead of 0700, on 6100, which may or may not be the frequency
extended after English; and 2230 on 15730 which at least is correct.
Another mispronounced word is politiko, as if it were Spanish,
``político``. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** CUBA. 15370, August 2 at 1933, RHC is S9+10 but dead air except for
some F# tone but no spurs around 40 kHz intervals away; 1938 recheck,
now JBM in unknown language and spurblobs detected circa 15412, 15329
and at least the F# audible circa 15290 but not 15450. Somethings`
always wrong at RHC.

15140, meanwhile,Aug 2 at 1935 is S9 but extremely suptorted, JBM, so
bad I can`t be sure it`s really in English as scheduled or something
else. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** DJIBOUTI [non]. 17870, August 2 at 1441 I`m looking for the weekly
Sunday-only broadcast of La Voix de Djibouti, via FRANCE. Little or no
signal at UTwente, too close to Issoudun; nor TWR South Africa, nor
Qatar; TWR Bengaluru blox me as having exceeded usage limit which I
certainly have not; but VG signal via the ham club KiwiSDR in Kuwait:
stilted French talk with two full-name IDs in passing, not just
``LVD``, about ending the regime, the time has come to liberate, etc.
1443 morphs into another language, maybe same voice, Afar? 1449 brings
up African choral music with drumming for rest of hour. 1457 fading
with announcements, 1458 cut to dead air until 1459* (Glenn Hauser,
OK, WOR)

** IRELAND. 13264-USB, Aug 2 at 1344, weak VOLMET by YL voice; can`t
copy ID or locations but cites temp in C, ceiling in feet, visibility
in km; by 1355 JBA. EiBi shows it`s Shannon (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** NIGERIA. 7255-, 9690-, 11770- and 15120, August 2 at 0602, NO
signal from VON on any possible frequency (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 28224.5-CW, August 2 at 1815, beacon K5GJR/B EL17, i.e.:
``28.2245 K5GJR C CORPUS CHRISTI, TX # 5W, VERTICAL``
without any VVVs or DE just as above twice. Also a couple JBA circa
28168; WJ5O roster shows no US stations; closest is recently logged
28166 XE2O/B in NL. Closest DXMap MUF blob is 30 MHz circa The
Metroplex, less than halfway to Corpus (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2045 monitoring; next:
0030 UT Monday WRMI 7730 to WNW
0130 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0230 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to NE
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 5130v Area 51 or 6160v to WSW
0330 UT Monday WRMI 9955 to SSE [jammed?]
0900 UT Monday Unique Radio NSW 3210-USB
1800vUT Monday IRRS 7290 Bulgaria to WNW, 594-Italy
0100 UT Tuesday WRMI 7780 to NE
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0100 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

WOR program and website are totally non-commercial.
Contributions via PayPal to woradio at yahoo.com --
not necessarily in US funds as they will convert

One may also contribute via MO or check in US funds on a
US bank to: Glenn Hauser, P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 1951 UT August 2
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