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Glenn Hauser logs July 3, 4, 8, 2022

** OKLAHOMA. K17JN-D, Enid`s only local TV signal, is OFF, July 8 at 1515 UT. Translator has been 3ABN and various related gospel-huxter subchannels, 2 or 3 of them audio only, not shown at, including Radio 74 which is also on 89.3 from KIEL, Loyal OK. Lately 17 had been weak and somewhat not decoding, but not sure if them or my antenna at fault. Now we know. I am not eager to have them back, and shamefully, Enid deserves some local relays of secular OKC stations, notably OETA (Glenn Hauser, Enid, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2146 contents: Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, France, Germany non, (India), (Lithuania), Madagascar, México, New Zealand, Oklahoma, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Russia and non, (Singapore), Syria, Turkey, Ukraine, UK non, USA, Vanuatu; trans-Atlantic FM DX; pennant collexion; propagation outlook () countries mentioned with others not in order

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The shortwave+ broadcasts should be:

0130 UT Friday WRMI 5850 to NW, 7730 to NE
0330 UT Friday WRMI 7780 to SW
1430 UT Friday WRMI 9955 to SSE [jammed by Cuba]

1815 UT Friday IRRS 7290-Bulgaria to WNW, 14580; 1323 & 918? & 207?-Italy
2030 UT Friday IRRS 1323 & 918? & 207?-Italy
0130 UT Saturday WRMI 9395 to NNW
0400 UT Saturday WBCQ 5130 to WSW
0700 UT Saturday Unique R, Australia 5035-USB or 3210-USB
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
0030 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to SW
0300vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315; as late as 0430] 1324vUT Sunday WMRI Europe via Ch 292 Germany 9670
2000 UT Sunday IRRS 1323 & 918? & 207?-Italy
2230 UT Sunday WRMI 5950 to NNW [to be canceled? still July 3] 0030 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to SW
0300vUT Monday WBCQ 6160v Area 51 to WSW
0030 UT Tuesday WRMI 9395 to NNW
2230 UT Tuesday WRMI 9955 to SSE [jammed by Cuba] 2330 UT Tuesday WRMI 9395 to NNW
1000 UT Wednesday Unique R, Australia 5035-USB or 3210-USB
1030 UT Wednesday WRMI 5850 to NW
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0030 UT Thursday WRMI 9395 to NNW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 5010 to S; 9395 to NNW

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WORLD OF RADIO 2146 monitoring: confirmed first broadcasts UT Friday July 8 at 0130 on WRMIs: 7730 via Maryland SDR and S9+10/20 direct; and 5850, S9+10/20 direct at 0145 but with storm crashes, somewhat undermodulated and suppressed. Clearer on 7730. As usual on System F, my last few words are overridden by Bishop Bob Biermann`s canned ID claiming to be on 9395! Also before 0159 I compared 5850 modulation to 5800 & 5950 which were definitely louder and clearer.

Also confirmed UT Friday July 8 at 0030 on WRMI 7780, JBA but slightly better into Missouri than Maryland SDR, both vs HSNL = high storm noise level. Unfortunately there are no Kiwis in Central America where 7780 is now aimed!

Also confirmed Friday July 8 at 1430 on WRMI 9955, S9/S3 direct with no jamming audible. Next: 1815 on IRRS as above (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. Another log I overlooked in the sporadic E FM DX session UT July 3 from the Arizona/Sonora area:

92.1 at 0132, Mexican music, likely:
KCMT 92.1 GREEN VALLEY AZ Spanish REGIONAL MEXICAN LA CALIENTE 92.1 Y 95.7 50.0 kW 150.0 m
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. Huge sporadic E FM DX opening on July 4: on caradio parked in hottening garage, vertical fender antenna only, no RDS, no even-frequency side-tuning, no internet access until later research. No recordings. All logged in real time by my own ears on own receiver, no remotes. All times UT in chronological order. PTA = probable target area. Distances are approx., city-of-license to Enid, not site to site. I am not counting stations, states or anything and not in competition. Some logs are presumed, and any correxions or help with IDing are very welcome. Other standard provisos with my previous reports apply.

93.1 at 1634. CCI with Kansas, adstring,, Home Depot, baseball, basketball, tennis, COVID-19, Boston? mentioned. That strange name GOETTL ought to lead somewhere: yes, about air conditioning which I sure could use in my DX garage. Exists in Las Vegas NV, Phoenix & Tucson AZ, Austin & San Antonio TX, Simi Valley & Southern California = Corona HQ. No Goettls in the TX and AZ cities, but some nearby in CA, NW of Bakersfield:
KKXX-FM 93.1 SHAFTER CA CONTEMPORARY HIT RADIO HOT HITS 93.1 4.0 kW 123.0 m — 1925 km = 1196 mi
KCBS-FM 93.1 LOS ANGELES CA HD ADULT HITS 93.1 JACK FM 27.5 kW 1074.0 m [presumably Mt Wilson] 34-13-55 118-04-18 1574 Jack-FM playing what we want Adult Hits — 1808 km = 1123 mi
BUT exists right in Vegas and the PTA per additional logs:
KYMT 93.1 LAS VEGAS NV HD ROCK 93.1 THE MOUNTAIN 23.5 kW 1183.0 m 93-1 The Mountain World Class Rock Adult Hits — 1808 km = 1123 mi

93.5 at 1637, CCI with Buzzy`s Taco Shop, in Hayes KS, my fringer: KKDT 93.5 BURDETT KS COUNTRY MY COUNTRY 93.5 95.0 kW 304.8 m — 248 km = 154 mi

92.7 at 1638, Spanish music: NO Spanish in AZ, CA, Sonora, BCN, BUT: KRRN 92.7 MOAPA VALLEY NV Spanish CONTEMPORARY HIT RADIO FUEGO 92.7 100.0 kW H only 587.0 m H only, at: 0.0 36-36-04 114-35-06 which is about 45 miles NE of LV on I-15, and surely not really in a valley — 1481 km = 920 mi — and has a co-channel booster in LV itself: KRRN-FM2 relays:KRRN 92.7 92.7 LAS VEGAS NV Spanish CONTEMPORARY HIT RADIO FUEGO 92.7 20.0 kW 0.0 [sic] m, at: 36-20-00 115-21-41 — 1545 km = 960 mi

1640 a lunch break, until 1725 when I see OK/NV FMDX path on DXMAP:

93.1 at 1730, CCI again to 93.1 KS, both music; by now PTA probably moved on from Vegas above to Utah as below; but on 93.1 only two translators, one musical in the SW corner: K226BQ relays:KCLS 101.5 93.1 ST. GEORGE UT ADULT CONTEMPORARY SUNNY 101.5 0.099 kW 0.0 m — 1400 km = 870 mi

96.7 at 1737, “True Country 1290 & 96-7“, fading in & out, but volatile groundwave not Es: KSOB relays:KMMM-1290 96.7 LARNED KS COUNTRY TRUE COUNTRY – THE MIGHTY 1290 3.0 kW 81.0 m — 226 km = 141 mi

93.7 at 1745, Wasatch County Fair, some kind of derby, Utah Valley, adstring over KSPI OK, “Wolf-a-thon on 93-7 The Wolf“: KKUT 93.7 MOUNT PLEASANT UT COUNTRY 93.7 THE WOLF 48.0 kW 709.0 m — 1239 km = 770 mi from this in central UT

94.5 at 1747, “From Wendover to Winnemucca“, Coldwell Banker; “94.5 Kool FM“ singing ID: KUOL 94.5 ELKO NV CLASSIC HITS KOOL FM 36.0 kW 463.0 m — Elko is about halfway between those two which are 311 km = 193 miles apart Beware of another Kool FM in the West, in Phoenix AZ, which axually spells its call KOOL-FM, and also classic hits! — 1627 km = 1011 mi

95.3 at 1749, country music overrides KOKC translator, Elko too:
KRJC 95.3 ELKO NV COUNTRY ALL AMERICAN COUNTRY 95.3 KRJC 25.0 kW 236.0 m — 1627 km = 1011 mi

94.9 at 1751, rock, “Power 94-9 and 101-9“:
KENZ 94.9 PROVO UT CONTEMPORARY HIT RADIO POWER 94.9 21.5 kW 844.0 m 40-16-58 111-56-14 — 1275 km = 792 mi; also has co-channel booster:
KENZ-FM2 relays:KENZ 94.9 94.9 TOOELE UT CONTEMPORARY HIT RADIO POWER 94.9 0.0 kWH 4.6 kWV 0.0 mH&V at 40-37-40 112-33-59 — 1335 km = 830 mi

94.1 at 1753, “Pretty Woman“, “94.1 KODJ with your greatest hits“, 1755 YL DJ, “I Love Rock`n`Roll“. Thot it was KLDJ but:
KODJ 94.1 SALT LAKE CITY UT HD CLASSIC HITS 94.1 KODJ 21.5 kW 1219.0 m at 40-39-35 112-12-05 — 1309 km = 813 mi; and co-channel booster:
KODJ-FM1 relays:KODJ 94.1 94.1 PARK CITY UT CLASSIC HITS 94.1 KODJ 1.0 kW 0.0 m at 40-51-20 111-28-48 — 1275 km == 793 mi

97.5 at 1758, promo Jason Smith Show with Mike —, Monday at 10 pm EDT on Fox Sports Radio and FS1 on TV. 1800 DEAD AIR during net break for local ID of about 10 seconds! But must be in UT PTA:
KZNS-FM 97.5 COALVILLE UT SPORTS 1280 THE ZONE 89.0 kWH only 647.0 mH only at 40-52-16 110-59-43 — 1275 km = 793 mi; but has all these co-channel boosters:
KZNS-FM6 97.5 OGDEN UT 0.5 kW at 41-20-32 112-00-30
KZNS-FM5 97.5 BOUNTIFUL UT 2.2 kW at 40-50-05 111-52-03
KZNS-FM4 97.5 SALT LAKE CITY UT 2.1 kW at 40-48-29 111-53-23
KZNS-FM3 97.5 PROVO UT 1.75 kW at 40-14-56 111-37-33
KZNS-FM7 97.5 NORTH SALT LAKE CITY UT 0.049 kWV only at 40-50-12
111-55-05 and all shown as 0.0 m for HAAT

99.1 at 1801, “La Perrona“, Spanish, with Víctor González, “Minuto 60“, stingers, YL Spanish ad for Secret Dry Spray: KXTA-FM 99.1 GOODING ID Spanish REGIONAL MEXICAN LA PERRONA 99.1 64.0 kW 70.0 m. 1610 km = 1001 mi. Gooding is near Twin Falls. Strange name for a station, literally “big bitch“? Google “translates“ to same word in English, an anomaly already dealt with at Quora:

“Google translate says the word “Perrona” in Spanish means “Perrona” in English. Is that a correct translation or not?“

Luis Carlos Olmeda · Follow Knows Spanish4y replies: “Perrona in Spanish is an adjective that’s mostly used in the northern part of México, to refer that something is cool in a more unpolite way, like “f-ing awesome” (but not exactly, as “f-ing awesome” would be considered rude, and when it comes to be polite, the word “perron/perrona” -perrona would be the femenine case- doesn’t break the rule).

Now, to go more into specifics, the origin of that word has the prefix “perr-” which comes from the word “perro”, whose literal translation would be “dog”. Now, if you ask me why does it have that prefix, I wouldn’t know, and to be honest I don’t think that any Mexican could give you an explanation about it.

Hope this answers your question, as it’s the first one that I get to answer in Quora, and my English is far from being perfect. Saludos desde México!“

Heather Muñoz· 2y replies: “Reminds me of English slang: bitchin’ from the 1960s, meaning awesome, excellent, very cool“

100.7 at 1804, trace of Spanish, tones of an SHVA = Super-hype voice actor. Maybe this in the ID PTA: KPDA 100.7 MOUNTAIN HOME ID Spanish REGIONAL MEXICAN LA PONDEROSA [sic] 64.0 kW 711.0 m — 1693 km = 1052 mi. Note, unless a typo, Ponderosa as in pine tree, not Poderosa as in powerful. Ha, it is a typo, see:

88.1 and 91.5 at 1805, both have CCI to nearby stations

91.9 at 1807, Spanish song CCI; only SS in Idaho or neighboring states: KBWE 91.9 BURLEY ID Spanish REGIONAL MEXICAN DE VOZ LATINA [sic] 4.9 kWH 4.0 kWV 12.0 m — 1524 km = 947 mi, Burley just E of Twin Falls

92.1 at 1807, CCI talk and music; and the talker is mono: I don`t always pay attention to the $tereo icon but definitely not on here. That doesn`t help much to ID as the DB does not show which but of course it makes sense for talkers to turn off stereo for better coverage. A lot of stations leave $ on even when the programming is really mono. At 1816 M&W sports talk about the Royals — oops, no it`s about the Brits; YL guest is Alex Hogan. Only full-power in ID: KIDG relays:KID-590 92.1 POCATELLO ID NEWS/TALK NEWS RADIO 590 12.0 kW 301.0 m — 1437 km = 893 mi

92.3 at 1808, Gala Showrooom at Cactus Pete`s in Jackpot, Nevada. That little town is right on the ID border south of Twin Falls, obviously established for Idahoan gambling addicts where it`s legal, but no 92.3 right there. Must be magnetizing via this: KIZN 92.3 BOISE ID COUNTRY KISSIN’ 92 48.0 kW 828.0 m as clearly in next minutes: 1809 Idaho Central algo in Caldwell; 1810 Green` in Nampa — 1750 km = 1087 mi

92.7 at 1811, rap; at 1819 ad for lawn & garden equipment. Could be two different stations. Just had Boise on 92.3, but two others in southern ID. Hazelton is near Twin Falls: among:
KTPZ 92.7 HAZELTON ID CONTEMPORARY HIT RADIO MUSIC MONSTER 92.7 4.9 kW 226.0 m — 1553 km = 965 mi
K224EL relays:KEII-690 92.7 POCATELLO ID ADULT HITS CANNONBALL 101 0.25 kW -13.0 mH only — 1437 km = 893 mi
K224EP relays:KQBL 101.9 HD3 92.7 BOISE ID ROCK 92.7 THE ALTERNATIVE 0.099 kW 0.0 m — 1750 km = 1087 mi

93.5 at 1812, Tire Den ad in Rock Springs WY, weather forecast lows and highs, 57/90/84, “Real Country 93-5 FM, KREO Radio“: KREO 93.5 JAMES TOWN WY COUNTRY REAL COUNTRY RADIO 8.0 kW 323.0 m 41-29-50 109-20-36 — James Town is just west of Rock Springs in SW WY — 1157 km = 719 mi

94.5 at 1814, “Kay-skee“, where no algorithms choose the music!: KSKI-FM 94.5 SUN VALLEY ID ROCK SO[U]THERN IDAHO`S ALTERNATIVE KSKI 94.5 2.5 kW 583.0 m — 1616 km = 1004 mi

94.3 at 1820, jazz song, scat, “All-righty, OK“, love song with a long instrumental cadenza; 1824 quiet segué to West Side Story`s “Puerto Rico —“ which morphs into “I Want To Be In America“. There are some split-second dropouts in the music. 1830, “America, the Beautiful“ soul version; 1832 segué to “Star Spangled Banner“ jazz version. Searching the DB on formats jazz, soul, urban: no hits in the 4-state area, but this fits best despite being LDS, near Idaho Falls, presumably non-commercial and this is Independence Day!:

KBYI 94.3 REXBURG ID USA NEWS/CLASSICAL BYU – IDAHO RADIO 99.0 kW 211.0 m Be Informed. Be Inspired. BYU Idaho Classical — 1440 km = 895 mi. I look at its program schedule which is mostly classical, some NPR talk. A typical Monday during the local noon hour:

“Weekdays on BYU-Idaho Radio, 12 Noon: WEEKDAYS is the best in music and great local interviews. With everything from Broadway, to Disney, to *jazz and swing*, there’s something for everyone! After the music, BYU-Idaho’s newsroom brings you a local and exclusive interview to help keep you in the loop. Refresh your workdays with music and interviews from Weekdays! The program is hosted by BYU-Idaho Radio students and staff“

96.7 at 1828, Spanish, ranchera, frenetic ad, promo, fadeout. Sure is a lot of Spanish in Aidajó! Here`s one in the PTA, and there is no SS of any power in the other four states: K244BJ relays:KIGO-1420 96.7 IDAHO FALLS ID Spanish REGIONAL MEXICAN RADIO FIESTA 0.25 kW 123 mH only — 1439 km = 894 mi

94.1 at 1832, (406) area code = Montana, Starling`s Event Center, classic rock. Searching finds lots of Sterlings, not in PTA. There is a Starling somewhere in AC (405) = Oklahoma. The two MT stations don`t get a correlation for either spelling, but surely one of them: KOPR 94.1 BUTTE MT ADULT HITS KOPR 94.1 FM 58.0 kW 566.0 m — distancefromto “thinx“ Butte MT is in central Colorado! Unless Montana be outspelt: 1623 km = 1008 mi; OR KRKX 94.1 BILLINGS MT COUNTRY 94.1 K-SKY 100.0 kW 180.0 m — 1370 km = 851 mi

93.5 at 1834, gospel huxter. Only religious in MT is: K228FM relays:KALS 97.1 93.5 WHITEFISH MT RELIGIOUS TEACHING YOUR NETWORK OF PRAISE 0.25 kW 0.0 m YNOP-Your Network of Praise Kalispell Christian Radio Fellowship — 1893 km = 1176 mi

92.1 at 1836, Willie Nelson; 1839, Annuity General phone in -9880; Auto Credit? Express, text 88909; Bar Justice cancer class axion about Xantac, 800-516-9931; 1841 US Tax Shield, 800-466-9625; “The Classics Live Here – 92.1 Cowboy“, another song by Willie, f/out and in. Spent a lot of time tracing names and phone numbers without definite results but probably not local anyway. Anyway: KCWB 92.1 BYRON WY COUNTRY THE COWBOY 92.1 100.0 kW 575.0 m — distancefromto “thinx“ Byron WY is on Long Island NY! Spell out Wyoming: 1294 km = 804 mi — near MT border, NE of Cody

91.9 at 1843, anti-fascist folk song, Woody Guthrie; and “Blowin` in the Wind“; 1846 speech about America in 1956y; 1848 fades. 1851 YL discussing the songs but with gospel huxter QRM. There are lots of 91.9 translators in MT but two full powers, this most likely: KGLT 91.9 BOZEMAN MT VARIETY ALTERNATIVE PUBLIC RADIO IN SOUTHWEST MONTANA 12.0 kW 262.0 m MONTANA UNIVERSITY SYSTEM — 1508 km = 937 mi while the other one, also at 1901 with Family Radio ID is: KFRW 91.9 GREAT FALLS MT RELIGIOUS TEACHING FAMILY RADIO 50.0 kW 142.0 m — 1657 km = 1029 mi

93.1 at 1849, ads for Hélena Orthopedic Clinic and Hélena Hardwood Floors, but it`s only a translator while a full power is in Sidney not at all near Hélena: K226BI relays:KKGR-680 93.1 HELENA MT CLASSIC HITS HELENA`S GREATEST HITS 0.25 kWV only 212.7 mV only — distancefromto “thinx“ Helena MT is in southern Illinois! spell out Montana: 1630 km = 1013 mi KGCX 93.1 SIDNEY MT CLASSIC ROCK EAGLE 93 100.0 kW 110.1 m — distancefromto “thinx“ Sidney MT is in Arkansas! Spell Montana: 1360 km = 845 mi — and BTW if you enter Sidney AR you get a slightly different reading

92.7 at 1852, SelectQuote ad, 1-800-940-6161, and for windows, fade; presumably not local

93.3 at 1854, gospel huxter finishing message #3380, Trips? With You In Mind, 503-332-8684,, Portland OR address, 1856 David Harms on KURL: KURL 93.3 BILLINGS MT RELIGIOUS TEACHING KURL RADIO 93.3 FM 60.0 kW 213.0 m — 1370 km = 851 mi

92.9 at 1858, “Montana`s Classic Rock, Kool 92-“: KLFM 92.9 GREAT FALLS MT USA CLASSIC HITS KOOL 92.9 98.0 98.0 125.0 125.0 47-32-19 111-15-41 — 1657 km = 1029 mi

94.1 at 1906, “Real Country on 94.1 KRKX, Billings“: KRKX 94.1 BILLINGS MT COUNTRY 94.1 K-SKY 100.0 kW 180.0 m — 1370 km – 851 mi

91.5 at 1902, gospel rock, not KS? Several more low power religious in MT but this one in the PTA: KAFH 91.5 GREAT FALLS MT RELIGIOUS TEACHING AMERICAN FAMILY RADIO 1.0 kW 90.7 m — 1657 km = 1029 mi

94.5 at 1904, Great Falls` Best [Max?] Country 94.5: KMON-FM 94.5 GREAT FALLS MT COUNTRY 94.5 MAX COUNTRY 98.0 kW 151.0 m — 1657 km = 1029 mi

Still going at 1907 but after 2.5 hours of intensive DXing in the uncomfortable car seat getting hotter, I break for R&R and a late lunch. Resuming at 1946-1956, no DX. I wonder if the opening moved on to Saskatchewan?

BTW, the mass shooting in Highland Park IL had just happened, but in all my tuning of DX and past local FM stations I never heard a word about it, while it was wall-to-wall on the cable TV news networx. Commercial radio is a totally different world!

As I finally complete this compilation July 8 at 1725 UT there is a 100-MHz MUF peak on DXMAP, over SE OK/NE TX, which mean all the FM DX is skipping right over us; you`re welcome (Glenn Hauser, Enid OK, WOR)

UNIDENTIFIED. 6070-6090, July 8 at 0626, DRM noise, I think, with some pulsing also, and now 20 kHz wide instead of 10! What is this? By this late hour I am about to doze and offline. Please try to ID with KiwiSDR DRM tuning if not your own (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 1733 UT July 8

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