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Glenn Hauser logs January 20-21, 2013

** AUSTRIA. 11955, Jan 21 at 1505-1520+ good signal with pursed lips, i.e. Türkish, mixing talk with Christianish music including 1515 “Aleluya“. AWR scheduled 1500-1530, 300 kW, 120 degrees from Moosbrunn (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CHINA. Firedrake Jan 21: none found at 1450-1456 between 12 and 18 MHz (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** CUBA. 570, …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 20, 2013

** CUBA. 5855-AM, Jan 20 at 0529, several Spanish YL 5-digit spy number groups, no digital burst interruptions in less than the minute I listened. 6060 // 6120 // 5040 // 9810, RHC music in Spanish service, Jan 20 at 0530, not // different music in English service on 6010 // 6125 // 6165. 6060 is supposed to be in …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 18-20, 2013

** AUSTRALIA. 15525, Sat Jan 19 at 2230, HCJB ID and frequency in English, very poor, then into Japanese, which per Aoki is UT Fri & Sat only, otherwise Chinese (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** BRAZIL. 11780-AM, Jan 18 at 2236, RNA is back to normal with good modulation, no spurs; ditto at rechex 2330, UT Jan 19 …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 17-18, 2013

** BRAZIL. At 2156 Jan 17 I was pleased to find no signal on 11780. This did not last long as I continued to tune downward and encountered an extremely distorted FMy blob centered on 11670 but recognizable as Brazilian Portuguese. If AIR GOS in English was there as scheduled until 2230, it was totally wiped out. I`m sure this …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 16-17, 2013

** AUSTRALIA. After 0700 UT Jan 17, finding R. Australia all over the place, initially with Oz news, on 9475 at 0701; then at 0708 I compare 12080 and 11945 again: the two are slightly out of synch, but so close I have a hard time deciding which one is the echo: finally: 12080, a split second behind 11945, so …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 15-16, 2013

** AUSTRALIA. 12080, Jan 16 at 0624, R. Australia with good signal S9+10 rivalling 11945 S9+12 (but readings not really comparable since they are at opposite ends of the 1-MHz-wide bands on the FRG-7); 12080 is supposedly only 10 kW, 80 degrees from Brandon, but I have my doubts. 11945 is 100 kW, 100 degrees from Shepparton. I also checked …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 13-15, 2013

** BRAZIL. I first checked this evening Jan 14 at 2216 UT, and found NO signal on 11780, when RNB is normally quite audible. Not on AM nor with BFO. However, Brasil was clearly propagating as SRDA was audible on 11765 with wailin` Davi. Recheck at 2238: now the wideband noise is on, and there is a noise blob on …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 14, 2013

** BRAZIL. 11780, Jan 14 at 0629, still no RNB audible but the wideband noise is still QRMing the entire 25m band, audible roughly 11.4-12.0 MHz, especially noticeable under weakish signals from NZ on 11725, WEWN on 11870. So continued much later than previous night, maybe all-night. But by 1400 UT recheck, 25m is clear of it again, altho RNB …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 13-14, 2013

** AUSTRALIA. 15515, Jan 13 at 0309, RA in its most token language, French, interrupted by clips of someone speaking OzEnglish; fair signal. This is scheduled M-F 0300-0315 only (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** BOTSWANA. 15580, Sunday Jan 13 at 2135, “Tennessee Waltz“ by the late “Patti Page“, outro by “Mary Morningstar“ on `Country Hits USA` from VOA …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 12-13, 2013

** BRAZIL. 11780, Jan 13 at 0225, RNA/RNB is missing except for a noise blob, and furthermore there is a wideband noise level roughly 11.3 to 11.8 MHz, which I suspect is from the 11780 transmitter wildly manfunxioning (while 6180 is OK). The wideband noise on 25 m was first reported at 0150 by Gilles Letourneau, Montréal to the DXLD …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 12, 2013

** AUSTRALIA. 2485, Jan 12 at 1352, some music is audible on very poor signal; has to be VL8K, which rarely surpasses a JBA carrier, still the case on 2325, VL8T; the other NT one still on 4835, much easier to hear, VL8A (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) ** AUSTRALIA [and non]. 11945, Jan 12 at 1522, R. Australia, …

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Glenn Hauser logs January 11, 2013

** BANGLADESH [and non]. 4750, Jan 11 at 1333, pileup of two or three Asians, where they can`t figure out that shifting to different frequencies would help them all to be heard. If it`s this bad on the opposite worldside, it must be awful in Asia. Atop signal has M&W talking, not Chinese, and unseems Indonesian either, so that leaves …

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