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Messages - cj468

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Shortwave Broadcast / Re: Hobart Radio Int 5.045MHz USB
« on: February 08, 2020, 1211 UTC »
This will be Unique Radio rebroadcasting old HRI shows. The specials mentioned seemed to be several years old according to HRI site.

Unique Radio is scheduled on 5045 USB at this time. From their website (https://www.uniqueradio.biz/)

Saturday broadcasts between 5PM &  11PM AEDT ( 06:00 & 12:00 UTC) on 5045KHz.
22:30 hrs AEDT - 01:00 hrs AEDT (11:30 - 14:00 hrs UTC )
***********************************************************************
17:00 hrs AEDT  - 19:00 HRS AEDT (06:00 - 08:00 hrs UTC )   Sounds of your life- Presented by Aussie Tim
19:00 hrs AEDT - 20:00 hrs UTC ( 08:00 hrs UTC - 09:00 HRS UTC)  HRI - The Voice of Tasmania with Bob Wise
20:00 hrs AEDT - 20:30 hrs AEDT  (09:00 - 09:30 hrs UTC) World of Radio presented by Glenn Hauser
20:30 hrs AEDT - 21:30 HRS AEDT (09:30 hrs UTC - 10:30 hrs UTC) NEW   ' Back to Back '  featuring The Greatest hits on record Presented by Dave Gregory
21:30 hrs AEDT - 22:30 hrs AEDT (10:30hrs UTC - 11:30hrs  UTC)   The best of 'Sounds of your life' Presented by Aussie Tim
Change to 3210KHz
22:30 hrs AEDT - 01:00 hrs AEDT (11:30 - 14:00 hrs UTC )  Music hits - Rock and POP various hits from 'Unique Radio's'  music vault

I usually hear HRI via WRMI here in the UK. I have also heard Unique Radio via WRMI in the past but not sure if they still use them.

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I also heard this (or at least a station on the frequency) around 0920 utc.  Was away from computer so couldn't post at the time. Seemed to be playing English language pop/soft rock for the 10 mins or so I listened. Signal peaked around SIO 433 but quite bad fades at times.

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Utility / Re: Weather station 6230 USB 1708 utc 21 Jan 2020
« on: January 21, 2020, 1914 UTC »
Possibly Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s marine weather radio service, VMW Wiluna WA ?

It is listed on that frequency and I have caught it occasional both direct and via UK SDRs.

Just a guess.

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1554 - Don't Worry, Be Happy

... Bobby McFarrin giving good advice , Brian.

Sounding good in here - SINPO 55455 :)

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European Pirates and Private Stations / Unid 6275 AM 1543 16 Jan 2020
« on: January 16, 2020, 1548 UTC »
1543 I hear you knocking Dave Edmunds
1545 next pops fade
1547 f vox pop not sure of title

67
Equipment / Re: MLA-30 Loop antenna
« on: January 14, 2020, 1903 UTC »
I got one of these over Christmas and had a little play with it, mostly on the ham bands. Generally it seems an improvement over the random length long wire I also have, although sometimes the noise increase with MLA means the longwire gives a clearer signal even if not as strong. Only got the display on the XHData as a signal meter but that and my ears seems to indicate the MLA gives stronger reception.

I'd also be interested in seeing a couple of pictures of Kris's mod, especially if it can be done by an "electronics novice" with basic/minimal soldering skill. A few posts on youtube and other forums suggest replacing the coax, as IZS4 also suggests, so maybe I'll try that too.

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Strong signal (54455)
1325 Rick Astley - Never gonna give you up
1328 Scott Walker - San Francisco
1331 Sweet -  Blockbuster


1336 KR1 id

69
Broadcast Announcements / Re: R. Piraña Beacon
« on: December 26, 2019, 1925 UTC »
Jorge,

Heard you last night (6343Khz) in NW England with a SINPO 54454. Didn't have any QRM that I noticed while listening c23:30UTC.

Will check again tonight

70
Broadcast Announcements / Atlantic 2000 on the air on December 14
« on: December 08, 2019, 1109 UTC »
Email from the Atlantic2000 team ...

Atlantic 2000 will be on the air on Saturday 14th of December with 2 hours of programme:
- 09:00 to 10:00 UTC on 6070 and 7440 kHz via Channel 292, and online
- 10:00 to 11:00 UTC online only

Stream addresses are available here:
http://radioatlantic2000.free.fr

Only detailed reception reports will be confirmed by eQSL.
Reports to: atlantic2000international@gmail.com

Good listening!

72
QSLs Received / Re: Radio Igloo - eQSL
« on: November 26, 2019, 1415 UTC »
Got mine today - Thanks R. Igloo

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V. Strong signal here.
1443 YL
1444 non-english track.

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Shortwave Broadcast / Re: Unid Arabic 6210 AM 1530 utc 19 Nov 2019
« on: November 19, 2019, 2240 UTC »
2235 Strong signal, sounds like a radio play at the moment.

75
Spy Numbers / Re: M89 Chinese Military CW
« on: November 13, 2019, 1933 UTC »
Greetings HB and welcome.

Numbers stations like M89 are only on the air for brief amount of time, usually only a few minutes. Unless you have an idea of the schedule for a station the chances of just tuning in at random and hearing it are small. 

One of the best resources for numbers stations is Priyom (www.priyom.org). It will give you information about the format the various stations use - morse, voice, digital etc. There is a standard classification for the naming of stations, the M in M89 indicates it is a morse (cw) station.

Priyom contains a schedule of broadcast by the numbers  stations - well an expected / anticipated schedule since they are 'secret squirrel' organisations running them and they don't exactly publish schedules. Of course they don't always broadcast on schedule but some stations are more regularly than others, even if they broadcast 'null' messages when no real messages are sent.

There is a useful 'Next Station' feature on the Priyom home page. It also lists a 'target area' which may help you identify those you are more likely to hear ... or select an SDR in that region to increase the chances.

Most of the stations I have picked up in the UK are Russian (M12, M01b, XPB, E07) or Polish (E11, F03a). I guess U.Twente SDR would also be good for them.  I think I had M89 once but wasn't 100% sure.

Good hunting.



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