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Is this still Misti? Strong, clear signal (54354) here
1900 Dutch (?) country music tracks
1910 deep fade into noise

(ID edited, not Misti !)

2104 - Weak signal here but strong inference from Irish Fishermen (?) on 5141 USB ... just signed off while typing this
2108 - old time music just audible over noise

much improved now (SINPO 44344)

2051 - Is you is or is you ain't my baby
2053  - I remember you
2056 - Make it easy on yourself
2059 - Station id - Harmony Beautiful Music

Just got an email with updated times / frequencies for Studio 52 upcoming broadcasts ....

 On shortwave via Nauen / Germany will run the following transmissions:

- on the 27th April 2019 from 18 to 20 UTC on 15620 kHz with 125 kW for amerika/eastcoast

- on the 13th July 2019 from 10 to 13 UTC on 5990 kHz with 125 KW for westeurope (new !!)

Weak but intelligible in noise ...

1824 - Adverts
1825 - Against All Odds - Phil Collins

Reasonably strong signal but quite of noise and some fading

1817 - I Don't Like Mondays - Boomtown Rats
1820 - DJ talking
1822 - Night in my Veins - Pretenders
... chart countdown show?

V. weak signal into SE England. Barely audible above noise but can just about make out 'old-time' / easy listening style of music Harmony plays.

Announcement from Atlantic 2000 ....

Atlantic 2000 will be on the air :

- Saturday 13th of April from 0800 to 0900 UTC on 6070 kHz (music and radio news)
- Sunday 14th of April from 0800 to 0900 UTC on 7440 kHz (music and dedications)

+ streaming at the same time on our website : http://radioatlantic2000.free.fr
- 64 kbps
- 24 kbps

Good listening!

Visit our website: http://radioatlantic2000.free.fr 
Listen to our Podcasts and follow us: https://www.mixcloud.com/atlantic2000

Not sure if this really counts as 'pirate' radio since they use legit transmitters probably free radio is more accurate. I noticed posts for VoRW and Atlantic2000 here which are similar so hopefully it is OK. Mod's feel free to delete / move if not appropriate to post here.  The following received from Studio52 Radiogroup. I guess they added me to their mailing list after I sent them a reception report a couple of months ago.

>>> email message >>>
Hallo Listeners,

On shortwave via Shortwave-Station Nauen / Germany will run the following transmissions:
- on the 27th April 2019 from 18 to 20 UTC on 15620 kHz with 125 kW for amerika/eastcoast

- on the 13th July 2019 from 12 to 14 UTC on 5955 kHz with 125 KW for westeurope

The transmissions always will produced live on the Studio52.

If the conditions are bad, also you can hear us via our webstream with the URL: stream.spdns.org:8000 .

For further Infomations you can visit our litle Website: https://studio52radiogroup.jimdo.com/

We wish all listeners a good reception.


for the Studio52Radiogroup

Other / Re: UNID 1748KHz 04-Apr-2019 1632Z
« on: April 06, 2019, 1127 UTC »
Hi Ray

Thanks for response. Looking like these are some spurious induced / overload signals. Earlier today I checked the frequency range I am getting these signals just before the top of the hour (guessed it would be a good to get a station id) and heard an interval signal. On the hour the Radio Romania International French service began. I check against the real frequencies RRI was broadcasting in French on at the time and the programming was the same.

I guess I'll either just ignore them or look to adjusting the antenna to try and remove these signal.


weak signal, lots of static noise. guessing it Coast FM from freq. Non-stop music
1515 Van Halen - Why Can't This be Love followed by 2 unid tracks.

Other / Re: UNID 1748KHz 04-Apr-2019 1632Z
« on: April 05, 2019, 1122 UTC »
Hi Josh
Using a XHData D808 portable with an indoor random length (about 8m) long wire. As I mentioned on my initial post on HFU I am kind of new to SWL so still learning. It's probably some spurious signals I am picking up. I am just a little confused because it only seems to be the past couple of days I have received anything in the frequency range and I don't anything has changed in my set-up.

Other / UNID 1748KHz 04-Apr-2019 1632Z
« on: April 04, 2019, 1832 UTC »
After my post in the broadcast re: BBC on 1779KHz last night I heard another station today this time on 1748Khz. Couldn't identify the station or be precise about the language (poss Spanish or Italian but may way off). Again signal was strong (SINPO-44343) but faded later. Program seemed to be
1632 - OM reading news?
1634 - jingles / ads ?
1635 - OM & YL talking over background music
I checked back just before the top of the hour hoping to get a id. By then the signal had faded but there was some Chinese (or at least 'Oriental') sounding music. The signal either faded completed or went off at 1700Z.

Again I couldn't find anything via Google on this frequency - seems to be outside normal broadcast bands.  I am slightly suspicious of whether this (and the BBC one) are true signals or ''strange harmonics" or something. I tried a couple of webSDR sites in the London area but didn't seem to be able to find this broadcast on them.

Appreciate any advice as I try to learn more about SWL.


Shortwave Broadcast / BBC World Service 1779Khz 2130 03-Apr
« on: April 04, 2019, 0850 UTC »
New to site and SWL but been lurking as a guest for a couple of months. Not sure if this should be in this topic or MW broadcast section.

I picked up the BBC world service on 1779Khz last night with a strong clear signal in my QTH (S. London). On a quick google I haven't found any reference to the BBC using that frequency, online sources only seem to list Stockholm Radio. There is one Youtube post with a recording.

Does anybody know was this a genuine BBC broadcast (maybe a test?), somebody relaying the BBC or some spurious/induced signal?


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