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I hear Paul Simon at 4:05 UTC not too strong but fair. I think there was another station on top of CoolAM a few minutes ago with weird stuff ...much stronger "why don't you lick my left nut"  & other pithy sayings.

Definitely 2 stations 1 quite strong & CoolAM underneath it.

Shortwave Broadcast / Walkin' the dog in A14
« on: April 08, 2014, 0403 UTC »
I am still finding my way around A14 skeds at my regular dog walking time of 2:30-4:00utc. Tonight I heard

English programming:

Voice of Vietnam  12005 KHz 2:30-3:00 UTC via Wooferton UK with excellent signal.

Radio Vatican 9660KHz 3:00-3:30 utc with good signal talk about Pope John 23'rd

Radio China International 3:00-4:00 UTC  9790KHz via Cuba & 9690 KHz(with major modulation problems rendering it useless)via Noblejas,Spain.

Radio Australia  15300 KHz 3:00-4:00 UTC sign on into news with good signal. // but much weaker on 15240

Radio Romania International  7350 KHz & 9645 KHz  as usual there is an annoying het on 9645 from presumed Beijing CNR

BBC World Service  13660 KHz 3:00-4:00 UTC via Rwanda good/very good with news into "Discovery"

Voice of Justice (Iran)  11780 KHz & 13650 KHz  11780 clashing with RNA from Brazil

Non English programming:

NHK Japan  15195 at 2:45 UTC Korean service via Yamata, Japan fair/good

NHK Japan 15325 & 15195 2:00-5:00 UTC Japanese service good

Voice of Korea  15180//13760  Spanish from 3:00-4:00 UTC followed by English at 4:00-5:00 UTC Fair with National Anthem into the usual praising of Fatty the Third In spanish
China Radio International  15210 3:00-4:00 Hindi Service

Shortwave Broadcast / LRA36 Antarctica 15476 KHz 19:30 UTC 4/7/14
« on: April 07, 2014, 1945 UTC »
Heard via Twente for the first time in several months. There is no ACI (Adjacent Channel Interference) in A14, unlike B13 which had AWR via Madagascar on 15480 thus ruining any chance to hear Antarctica. Pop music & OM in SS with deep fades. Never got any better than S5 but its nice to see they are still on air.

Spy Numbers / Re: Unid 7769kHz
« on: April 07, 2014, 1432 UTC »
Are you listening via Twente?

Spy Numbers / Re: Unid 7769kHz
« on: April 07, 2014, 1400 UTC »
I really don't know. I just used :


as a reference

Other / Re: STANAG 4285 @ 20918 KHz 2150z ?
« on: April 07, 2014, 1229 UTC »
Hiya, Daniel
I have checked for this at various time from my QTH in Missouri USA & via remote receivers & haven't found a signal on 20918 KHz. I'll keep trying though.

Spy Numbers / Re: Unid 7769kHz
« on: April 07, 2014, 1137 UTC »
7769 has also been an M89 frequency.

Other / Re: Massive OTH? 30 m (audio + spectrogram available)
« on: April 07, 2014, 1008 UTC »
It certainly looks & sounds like the PLUTO OTHR from Cyprus.

Intuned at 2:35 to some really nice reggae followed by coolam ID. Good S8 signal wit no pesky qrm as has been the case most nights lately.

Other / Re: 8435 KHZ LSB - 1916z
« on: April 06, 2014, 0120 UTC »
Glad I could help you. I think the "crickets" are also TAH transmitting in SITOR.

Other / Re: 8435 KHZ LSB - 1916z
« on: April 05, 2014, 2101 UTC »
Its hard to tell without actually hearing it but TAH  Istanbul, Turkey coastal radio is on 8434USB. That seems like what you might be hearing on 8435LSB

Shortwave Broadcast / Re: Mighty KBC News
« on: April 05, 2014, 1628 UTC »
Mighty KBC is also including some additional digital transmissions (aside from Kim Andrew Elliotts digi stuff) from STF Radio.



I've got one of those crappy little MFJ decoders that I have had for about 20 years & it was outdated when I bought it. I used to copy lots of morse code with it but I didn't have a precise enough radio to copy rtty with it although I do have one now & I still can't get the wretched thing to copy rtty. I have used fldigi to copy HF FAX, CW etc by acoustically coupling the radio & laptop (i.e. placing the radio near the laptop). I'm not sure if that works with multipsk though. I used to use my grundig G3 to copy fax images with both programs by connecting an audio cable from the PC/laptop to the G3. I mention the G3 specifically because for digital decoding it is a lousy radio but it worked well. I really recommend the VOA radiogram programs if you are interested in playing with HF digital stuff.


Shortwave Broadcast / Re: 11.510 AM
« on: April 05, 2014, 1546 UTC »
Radyoye Denge Kurdistanya via Moldova.

Other / Re: Beeping jamming noise on 9955
« on: April 05, 2014, 1513 UTC »
9955 is very often jammed by Cuba because Radio Miami International used to broadcast Cuban exile programs on that frequency. Cuba tends to put a jammer on a frequency & just leave it there....for years sometimes. There are several former Radio Marti frequencies with Cuban pulse jammers that have not been used by Marti for 2 or 3 years. 9955 is now from the former WYFR site in Okeechobee, FL & gets out much better than it used to so the programming from WRMI can usually be heard over the jamming.

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