ITU VERSION OF HF SCHEDULES
HF Broadcasting Schedules are issued at the end of each month with the exception of June. They contain the combined scheduled notified to the ITU by the Administrations or other broadcasting organisations for the corresponding season. Schedules are generally posted two weeks after the end date for submission.
(Mauno Ritola / https://www.facebook.com/groups/wrthgroup/?ref=bookmarks) via Rus-DX 14 July via DXLD)
IN HFCC FORMAT AND HFCC IN THE HEADER, but these are strictly “`in-band“ unlike HFCC, omitting anything between the following gap ranges: <5905, 6195-7205, 7445-9410, 9895-11605, 12095-13575, 13860-15110, 15795-17485, 17895-18950, 18950-21455, 21840-25800.
HFCC`s own skeds are of course updated almost daily, so who needs these watered-down occasional ITU versions? As of 20 July, the latest one at ITU is dated 28 May.
Could ITU contain entries missing from HFCC, such as CUBA, whence Arnie Coro proudly claims he notifies ITU, and that is enough, boycotting HFCC where he might have to negotiate with — ugh — Americans?
Yes! HAB entries (not just CRI relays) are in ITU without any further site specifics, like 6000, 6060, 6100 — but NOT 6165! Instead the outdated 6180 which was the original A-19 plan. Also pretends harmonix and leapfrog mixing products do not exist even when falling inband, like 6010. Anyhow does show alleged power and azimuth for each. But no language details.
Like HFCC, this also claims numerous imaginary Russian and Indonesian SW frequencies.
Now what other countries might be in ITU but not HFCC? TAIWAN? Which is banned from HFCC by the ChiCom. NO way. Anything else, Mauno? (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)