We seek to understand and document all radio transmissions, legal and otherwise, as part of the radio listening hobby. We do not encourage any radio operations contrary to regulations. Always consult with the appropriate authorities if you have questions concerning what is permissable in your locale.

Author Topic: Indonesian Music Pirates log  (Read 1375 times)

Online Shortwave_Listener

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 2051
  • British Columbia, Canada
    • View Profile
Re: Indonesian Music Pirates log
« Reply #15 on: December 03, 2022, 1832 UTC »
UNID 7010 LSB 1830 UTC 3 DEC 2022

S5 with the Jakarta, Indonesia KiwiSDR.

1830 UTC-Sounds like the station operator singing along to an instrumental background
1831 UTC-BREAK
1831 UTC-ON, same as before
1833 UTC-End of song, start of the next
1837 UTC-BREAK
1838 UTC-ON, just talking
1843 UTC-OFF
« Last Edit: December 03, 2022, 1844 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using a Sony ICF-2010 with a 25 meter (80 ft) longwire antenna in a tree.
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
https://archive.org/details/@shortwave_radio_archive

Online Shortwave_Listener

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 2051
  • British Columbia, Canada
    • View Profile
Re: Indonesian Music Pirates log
« Reply #16 on: December 06, 2022, 1558 UTC »
UNID 6995 LSB 1556 UTC 6 DEC 2022

1556 UTC-Indonesian pop music
1556 UTC-BREAK
1557 UTC-Next pop song
1600 UTC-OFF
« Last Edit: December 06, 2022, 1603 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using a Sony ICF-2010 with a 25 meter (80 ft) longwire antenna in a tree.
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
https://archive.org/details/@shortwave_radio_archive

Online Shortwave_Listener

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 2051
  • British Columbia, Canada
    • View Profile
Re: Indonesian Music Pirates log
« Reply #17 on: December 08, 2022, 1546 UTC »
UNID 7025 LSB 1542 UTC 8 DEC 2022

S7 with the Jakarta, Indonesia KiwiSDR.

1542 UTC-Indonesian Pop Music
1542 UTC-OFF

UNID 7030 LSB 1543 UTC 8 DEC 2022

S7 with the Jakarta, Indonesia KiwiSDR. Technically more of a QSO than a music broadcast.

1543 UTC-Two stations in a QSO, one with loud music in the background and the other only voice
1545 UTC-Both sometimes singing over the music
1546 UTC-Next pop (?) song
1553 UTC-Now just a QSO, no music
« Last Edit: December 08, 2022, 1553 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using a Sony ICF-2010 with a 25 meter (80 ft) longwire antenna in a tree.
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
https://archive.org/details/@shortwave_radio_archive

Online Shortwave_Listener

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 2051
  • British Columbia, Canada
    • View Profile
Re: Indonesian Music Pirates log
« Reply #18 on: January 07, 2023, 1756 UTC »
UNID 4059v AM 1753 UTC 7 JAN 2023

S3 with the Bandung, Indonesia KiwiSDR. Frequency drifting around within +/- 100 Hz.

1753 UTC-Music, very weak
1805 UTC-Still going, probably a full broadcast instead of just a bit of music
« Last Edit: January 07, 2023, 1804 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using a Sony ICF-2010 with a 25 meter (80 ft) longwire antenna in a tree.
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
https://archive.org/details/@shortwave_radio_archive

Online Shortwave_Listener

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 2051
  • British Columbia, Canada
    • View Profile
Re: Indonesian Music Pirates log
« Reply #19 on: January 12, 2023, 1650 UTC »
UNID 6985 LSB 1610 UTC 12 JAN 2023

S9 with the Bandung, Indonesia KiwiSDR. Extremally weak direct. Signal went on and off a few times.

1610 UTC-Indonesian pop music via the Bandung SDR
1613 UTC-Weak fragments of audio coming through direct on my Sony ICF-2010 at an almost imaginary level, still being heard at 1614 UTC
1615 UTC-OFF by now?

First time I have heard one direct! The chanters on 7000 LSB are booming in here this morning and other QSO frequencies (6990 LSB, 7065 LSB, some others) are also being heard.

UNID 6955 DSB 1620ish UTC 12 JAN 2023

S7 with the Bandung, Indonesia KiwiSDR. No chance of hearing it direct due to strong local QRM on 6955 kHz.

1620ish (wasn't paying attention to the time) UTC-Indonesian music, off about a minute after it came on. This station using double sideband with no carrier has used this frequency for music before.
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using a Sony ICF-2010 with a 25 meter (80 ft) longwire antenna in a tree.
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
https://archive.org/details/@shortwave_radio_archive

Online Shortwave_Listener

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 2051
  • British Columbia, Canada
    • View Profile
Re: Indonesian Music Pirates log
« Reply #20 on: January 16, 2023, 1602 UTC »
UNID 7000 LSB 1548 UTC 16 JAN 2023

S9 with the Bandung, Indonesia KiwiSDR. Very very weak direct.

1548 UTC-Easy by The Commodores
1551 UTC-OFF
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using a Sony ICF-2010 with a 25 meter (80 ft) longwire antenna in a tree.
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
https://archive.org/details/@shortwave_radio_archive

 


Item image   Lana Grossa Yarn 100g Color 5110 Free Shipping!

 $17.95