** ANTARCTICA. 15475.98-RCUSB, Sept 15 at 1429, LRA36 is on, good S5-S8 into Brasil SDR. 1431 “Nacional Antártida Argentina, en todo el país, la radio pública“, Celsius temps, “El Lejano Sur“, LRA36 and RNASG IDs; more and more songs and IDs; 1510 “noticias“ and Antártida song; 1514 “a partir de“ as if just starting; 1548 the multilingual IDs. Usual stuff, past 1635+.
Meanwhile, Manuel Méndez, Lugo, Spain, informed as early as 0518 UT: “ANTARCTICA, 15476usb, LRA 36, Radio Nacional Arcángel San Gabriel, Base Esperanza. The station staff announces via whatsapp that they will be on the air today Wednesday with a marathon program, 24 hours uninterrupted. I guess they will start at 1400 UTC, like other Wednesdays with its usual program.“
All day and all night? Maybe, but NO signals into 3 Brasilian SDRs at recheck 2258; obviously they need a lower band at night.
The whatsapp jpg includes a truncated direct audio link: …mp3.icecast.magma.edge-access.net… (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** CANADA. 6754-USB, Sept 15 at 0147 UT, CHR is inaudible again; despite high storm noise level should still be detectable if on.
15034-USB, Sept 15 at 1418, Trenton Military finally reactivated here, in aviation weather without “no-report-receiveds“, but then terminal forecasts are NRRs from several including Trenton itself. At 1422 ID and wrong timecheck as 1420 zulu. Day frequency had been unheard for about a month (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** CUBA. 6165, Sept 15 at 0150, RHC English is back here after jump to
6145 yesterday only; // 6000. Something`s always wrong at RHC.
6100, Sept 15 at 0621, RHC in wrong language Spanish instead of English, which does remain on 6165, 6060 under humbuzz, while 6000 and 5040 are off. Wolfgang Bueschel explains the 6060:
6060even CUB, RHC Bauta in Spanish, BUZZ STRING bad audio / modulation performance, 9 x heavy strings visible either sideband, each 9 X times at 120 Hertz distance apart. Bad main power serving. 1080 Hertz broadband buzzy audio. Log 0150 to 0245 UT on Wednesday September 15, at AJ1L Massachusetts eastern US state, and at VE6JY at Edmonton Alberta Canada SDR remotedly“ (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** MALI. 5995, Sept 15 at 0628, ORTM better than usual S9/+10 with strumming and yelling, into non-French talk. Normally audible by 0600 whether or not RHC has closed 6000 by then (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** OKLAHOMA. 515-MCW kHx, Sept 14 at 2212 UT: NDB PN, Ponca City, is
now ON (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** TURKEY. 9830, Sept 15 at 2200, VOT English strong but with RTTY QRM on plus side into Maryland SDR; by sign-off 2248 the RTTY is hardly audible, IS until 2254* uncovering it still there (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** U S A. 13565-CW, Sept 15 at 1414, HIFER beacon K6FRC is JBA with call repeating only, allegedly 1.8 milliwatts from Patterson CA, and never audible more than an hour later than this (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2103 monitoring: asleep thru the Sept 15, Wed 1030 on WRMI 5850; anyone hear it?
“From: Richard Lemke, St. Albert, Alberta, Canada, From the desk of Richard’s listening Post, radio: JRC NRD-535 HF, Antenna: random long wires in the trees. Dear Glenn: I heard this week’s World of Radio #2103, they will be posted below the details,
9395 kHz, s7, s9 near end, 9395 kHz, 0038, 0044, 0059 (45443), 0058, 9395 kHz, Sep 9 UTC 2021 [Thu, NEW]
0130-0159, static, 5850 kHz, 0135, 0140, 0156 (55434), 0159, 5850 kHz, Sept 10 UTC 2021 [Fri]
0130-0159, static QRN, 9395 kHz, s9 signal, 0159, 9395 kHz, Sept 11 UTC 2021 [Sat]
2230-2259, QSB fading, static QRN, 9955 kHz, 2230, 2242 (45442), 2259, 9955 kHz, Sep 12 UTC 2021 [Sun]
0030-0059, Static noise, two frequencies heard 7730 and 9395 kHz, 9395 kHz, 0045 (45433), 7730 kHz, 0044 (ID half way mark), 0059, 7730 kHz, Sep 13 UTC 2021 [Mon]
5850 kHz, 1030, 1031 (45443), 1059, 5850 kHz, Sep 15 UTC 2021 [Wed}
(Lemke, Richard -AB)“
Wed Sept 15 at 2100 direct, not checking webcast or remotes: WRMI 7780 JBA. WBCQ 7490 NO signal, nor on 9330, closed for storm? Blitzortung shows a nearly straight lightning front all the way from Knoxville to New Brunswick. Not the first time that WOR`s slot has been so vulnerable. By 2123 recheck both are audible including WOR on 7489.9v. Next:
0030 UT Thursday WRMI 9395 to NNW, 9455 to WNW [news] 0130 UT Thursday WRMI 5010 to S
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** U S A. 9330, Sept 14 at 2226, WBCQ-6 is on again, only fair here off the side during WLCR Portuguese (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
UNIDENTIFIED. 771 kHz, Sept 15 at 0154 UT, JBA carrier, het to 770 stations; very close to 771.00 from the pitch of it but not measured. This of course is not a 9/kHz plan channel, 765 & 774. Possibly some W Hem 770 transmitter mispunched exactly 1 kHz off? Some months ago there was a Cuban on 711, causing confusion with genuine TAs on their correct channel. WRTH lists two of 10 kW on 770, a R. Artemisa and a R. Rebelde. Too weak to get a bearing on it. MW Offsets has nothing more than 19 Hz above 770; the Cubans at .987 and .0015 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
UNIDENTIFIED. 1413 kHz, Sept 15 at 0612, the JBA carrier again, see previous report, maybe Spain; now it`s weaker than 846 presumed Kiritimati, there is no 771, but there are (2) on 837, most likely Canary/Spain (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
UNIDENTIFIED. Trans-Atlantic JBA MW carrier search, Sept 15 at 0155 UT, despite high storm noise level from nearby Kansas: 684, 729, 774-, 837, 855, 882, 999, 1044, 1107(2), 1125(2, closer together than the 1107s), 1179, 1305(2), 1485 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
This report dispatched at 2305 UT September 15