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Author Topic: 1650 kHz UNID in English? -VS- music of Radio CINA Multicultural  (Read 914 times)
Daniel Wyllyans
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« on: June 22, 2017, 1821 UTC »

1650 kHz UNID in English? -VS-  music of Radio CINA Multicultural from Mississaugua - Canadá received 7.054 KM. CINA focuses most of its airtime on Indian and Pakistani audiences, airing a mixture of community-oriented talk programming with Bollywood and other South Asian music. http://www.cinaradio.com/  05:10 UTC 20 Apr. 2017  Receptor Yaesu FRG 8800 Antena Beverage,

Link audio MP4a https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuFJknBVR58
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RX: Yaesu FRG-8800
Antenna: Beverage simples NSSEA-21
City: Nova Xavantina
State: Mato Grosso
Country: Brazil
e-QSLs please to danielnx18@gmail.com
QSL postal service: Caixa Postal 118 Zip Code 78690-000: Thank you.
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« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2017, 1240 UTC »

Yes, I could hear the subcontinental music at times.  Probably is CINA.  The other (dominant) station with a talk format is KCNZ Cedar Falls IA.  At :27 seconds into your video, I can hear a man mention "...sitting here at the Foxsports....".  KCNZ airs the Foxsports network.  And at 4:02 on your video, I hear mention of Cedar Valley during an advertisement as "...technology, comfort, and hometime...Cedar Valley and...west in...since 1995...dot com.  At ?? dot com.  Or call 800-??5...".  That's a really great catch if they are indeed using only 1000 watts at night!!!  I hear them fairly often at night here at my QTH.

Attached is an English identification for CINA, and a really nice signal from KCNZ, both recorded here a few years ago.  Maybe these IDs will help you in the future.
Via: Dave Valko - Dunlo, PA, USA
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RX: Yaesu FRG-8800
Antenna: Beverage simples NSSEA-21
City: Nova Xavantina
State: Mato Grosso
Country: Brazil
e-QSLs please to danielnx18@gmail.com
QSL postal service: Caixa Postal 118 Zip Code 78690-000: Thank you.
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