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(and a string of frequencies)..." into live vocal, more patter. And "Esta es Radio República..." followiing, all canned. But it is still in slow-driftdownward mode, albeit slower than before. Commie-era five-second test tones from 2354, abruptly off 23. Desde Managua, Nicaragua." Into cool, catchy campesino vocal. And here is a nice quality full ID (I didn't hear anywhere near all of this) which I happened to find on You Tube: So I ask, what's the significance of "40 Principales" in context to a radio slogan? -------------------------------------------------- Suspect I discovered the transmitting source from the oddly-configured antennae at the US Coast Guard Auxiliary facility near in Venice, Florida (just NW of the airport, nearly on the Gulf of Mexico shoreline). We kept checking for parallels until finally confirming Progreso, parallel 640. Male (seemingly canned) ID for “WYDE and WYDE-FM 101.1... They like to sometimes say “baseball” instead of “béisbol” when talking about the game. 5446.5U FLORIDA American Forces Network (via USN NAR facilities), Saddlebunch Keys. Excellent with string of PSA's, into “The Car Show” at 1908, parallel same site 7811.00U. Tentatively the 1 k W one based on following up on the information supplied by Thomas Völkner, Germany, July 20, World Of Radio 1627 DX Listening Digest), as well as David Crawford's log (also on 7264.97) before this information was received, with David's log from the previous GMT Saturday and confirmed by Hamburger in an email to him. Weak with the Mexican dominating, male canned ID, “Pure Radio, WJNJ… Format is Classic Rock “Thunder Tampa Bay” with this having moved from 88.3 back in September while 94.5 is W233AV Gulfport/St.The technician that bumped the power must have made some fixes on ELCOR.980 CUBA COCO, Sapo, Ciudad de la Habana. Per Paul Zecchino tip, easily audible with 970 WFLA's IBOC turned off today (Paul notes that their IBOC is often off on observed holidays, for some odd reason). But see below.980 CUBA Radio Ciudad de la Habana, Sapo, Ciudad de la Habana. Audio relayed via COCO with Spanish techo-ish and rock vocals, several Radio Ciudad de la Habana ID's by man and woman hosts. Big signal increase at 2151, ID at 2153, and Cuba jammer up seconds later. Tones back up 23, English ID 00, into lame news items (they like the word "informational" for some reason), with such exciting topics as corn prices; Ukraine-bashing; East Slavs are good; nice things to say about other breakaway regions such as "Arkhangelsk" (not sure if they were refering to the Oblast or somewhere else). Carrier up and immediately into choral anthem followed by male canned morning inspirational message ("... Excellent on near-perfect grayline through Nicaragua right now. Per David Crawford discovery, heard here as well, parallel jammed 5954.12. Not very snappy for a station with such hip music as Shakira and current Mexican dance-oriented bands per their website.980 MEXICO unidentified. Spanish female nonstop talk about children's social services issues, destroyed at 1045 by 970 WFLA's IBOC up. Not a Spanish religious format, so I think KRTX, Rosenberg-Richmond, TX 1000/4000 can be ruled out, putting this in Mexico regardless of my LOB on an active portable loop and compass.990 MEXICO unidentified. Weak with Mexican national anthem from 1106, into Tejano vocals, probably after an ID that was not heard, immediately lost. Gospel 14-30...” slogan after Southern Gospel song ended. Sports Radio satellite feed, commercial break including RE/MAX West Side Realty and Homeland Mortgage, “... I found this via random Google pokes using USCG/Venice/HF key word search combinations (and similar sub-pages served up): presumably remotely controlled WERA and/or CODAR emissions. First time for me here – I think – but we note Paul V Zecchino had this in 2009, and site per the Ecu Red list. You can “Like” Rebelde on Facebook now per the above URL, bottom of page. 3449.85 OKLAHOMA (PIRATE) beacon “OK” 1013 July 25, 2012. The 12133U third Saddlebunch channel has been silent for ages. Nothing here up through 0448 check, but recheck seconds after 0500, definitely Spanish (Latin American) all-female vocals, nonstop – maybe even the same artist – until German male announcer 0514-0518, then back to seemingly the same female Spanish vocals. Though this could have been tropo (some Jacksonville, Inverness and even WKLG, 102.1 Rock Harbor [Key Largo] were heard), neither formats for WGNE-FM, Middleburg ("Gator Country" Country) or WKIS, Boca Raton ("Kiss Country" also Country) match and both were heard. TRANSMITTER SITES David Crawford and I spent a couple of hours in the sweltering heat visiting some diverse sites during the afternoon of July 27th seeking unauthorized RF burns and further brain damage. and 103.7.” NRC AM Log has the frequency and translator details transposed: it’s W279AG (not W297AG), and the frequency is 103.7 (not 107.3 – where a full power WWJK Clear Channel Radio owned FMer already serves the market). Petersburg and 105.9 is W290BJ licensed as West [sic] Tampa. 102.9 from Wesley Chapel stumbled upon today (see log).Also, horrible audio and weaker signal once IBOC dropped, and the fishing show host complained he could not hear the callers, assuming he was wearing cans). Female canned "Esta es COCO (pronounded co-co), El Periodico del Aire... Better at 1008 recheck with soft vocal by female in English. My MP3 audio recording is posted at: (click on TLKLa Poderosa Managua-700KHz-2010-09-20.mp3 file).720 MEXICO XEAVR, Radio Fórmula, Veracruz. Likely the one with fast-paced Spanish female studio newscaster and lots of remote reporter call-ins. No trace of the two listed low power Rebelde stations, for what it's worth. Appears to LOB slightly east of Havana-proper, regardless.1170 MEXICO XERT Ke Buena, Reynosa, Tamaulipas. Maybe because it appears to originate via the Rebelde network, and they'd hate to capture a Rebelde ID? 1190 CUBA Radio Sancti Spiritus, Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus. Nice traditional Cuban vocals with flutes, canned ID by man with chimes, “CMHT Radio Sancti Spiritus” at 1059. 1290 CUBA Radio Enciclopedia, Guanabacoa, Ciudad de la Habana. The large HF horizontal fan dipole seen behind the CODAR ground plane-looking antenna is separate and likely a broadband transmit/receive remote-fed to CAMSLANT etc., Per Paul. Namely, Joe Walsh “Analog Man”, Patti Smith “Banga” and the new Beach Boys album. Reverbing male mentioned “Studio 91” (or maybe “Estudio 91” – those “e's” are often almost silent) at 1652, maybe the show name, into a real all-Spanish lyrics song, “Bienvenido” by – hark! I briefly left the radio room at 0608 when the signal was now very weak, and at 0615 return, no trace, having probably faded or maybe gone off. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport, the beacon actually located in Safety Harbor (shows as “CAPOK” or “KAPOK” on some sources, and as “St. FCC d B states 80 watts ERP.100.3 MHz FLORIDA W207BU, Bayonet Point, Pasco County. According to Radio Insight this one has been here since November 7 due to an interference complaint from 99.9 WXJB, Homosassa, which doesn't come as a surprise to me, having expected that one would happen.5960 marginally better.1060 LOUISIANA WLNO, New Orleans. Good signal driving westbound across the Gandy Bridge (Tampa to St. WLNO and WLNO dot com." Into another funamentalist preacher brokered program. Time check for "Centro de México." Excellent, though yet another presumed Mexican was very weak with rancheras underneath. Mixing with slowly-fading up semi-local WSRQ, Sarasota, carrying a pet/vet show.5954.18v COSTA RICA ELCOR (Radio República relay), Guápiles. My new love Laura Pausini (see 1120 MEXICO log about her). Signal overall was not bad until slow fade after 0545. Clear but extremely low audio with English preacher. Petersburg” for the location, which is way geographically wrong). It is at N 27 59' 42.40" W 082 42' 13.90" which, if you Google, will aerial view you to the circular antenna. Syndicated feed John Gibson (FOX) pre-election spewing. 1080 FLORIDA (CARRIER CURENT) “WUTT” University of Tampa. Slogan is “Alt 100.3” (formerly "Alt 99.9"), with Alt Rock format.Martien Groot's log in dxld 3707 indeed confirms this shifted times. Tonight, May 13, ELCOR popped up at *2258 at near local-level with a Spanish New Wave (Police-like) vocal. Tune-in to the usual loop music, but gone at 2356 recheck and still not there at 0020 check. Didn't make any further checks.15190 FLORIDA WYFR 2324 May 19, 2010. Spanish, with "En Contacto" segment, rolling across the top-of-hour with no ID and still in Spanish. Fast-paced male newscaster, “El Periodico del Aire” slogan. Apparent end of relay at 0100 with Radio Surco ID and programming. The following local morning (1220 GMT December 2), Surco programming still here with ID. Closing ID and frequency/time schedule 2158.1670 GEORGIA WFSM, Dry Branch. A high noon local log as we near the winter solstice, fair with sports talk.660 USA unidentified. Very weak under Progreso with female Obamacare bashing, 800 number (presumably syndicated sat-fed program). I find no URL, just the FCC d B listing as 50 k W daytime. Presumed site based on propagation timing for my location. Extremely weak, no real copy after the interval signal ended at 0020 except for a trace of Hindi vocal that began at 0023.5010 INDIA AIR, Trivandrum. On October 28: carrier already up at 0012 check, and that beautiful AIR interval signal at 0018 recheck, albeit very, very weak.6089.83 NIGERIA FRCN, Kaduna. Pretty decent by 2204, when clobbered by abrupt University Network transmitter up at 23 with carrier for a few seconds, then into in-progress old Dr. Low het still present via LSB, but no longer able to copy audio from Kaduna. Who knows, but it's nice to hear a regional Niggie, regardless.8989U NICARAGUA "Pescador Preacher", 2153 October 27, 2011. Excellent, with weaker WAMT, Pine Castle, FL (also Spanish) nulled. I forgot to check later on the R75, but no het noted. Med Link advised to have the patient recline, give fruit juice and medics will meet upon arrival. Grupo Fórmula…” 630 HONDURAS Radio América (WRTVH 2012 still lists long-time Chuloteca or La Ceiba). Long ad block followed by Radio América program promos at 0105, then nice canned ID by man. There used to be 4-6 América stations in parallel audible here at any given time in the local evenings in the 70's through maybe at best early 90's. Again, tentatively the one but at a different time (sunset line instead of local sunrise). First local evening log, if so.720 NICARAGUA Radio Católica, Managua. Believe the one, good post-sunset signal at the QTH with Spanish female scripture quotes and big group response, nonstop. los rancheros en ABC Radio."1060.10 MEXICO XEEP Radio Educación, México DF. First noted today as an unidentified with soft Spanish vocals, female briefly at 1127 and faded shortly thereafter. XEMAB most recently heard here but plenty of other possibilities.740 CANADA CFZM, Toronto, Ontario. Gerry & the Pacemakers, "AM 740 Zoomer Radio" slogan, male and female hosts, she talking about John Denver, time check, traffic report with mention of South 401, Hwy 400 and Aurora Road, weather with a high of 13 C. Several other Latin Americans ruled out below.1170 CUBA CMKS, Maisí, Guantánamo. Female news items, mostly Guantánamo province items. Assuming they come back at 1500 as listed in some sources, propagation has never allowed it to be detected here by then. This KUBR reception is almost identical to my April 30, 2013 log.1310 FLORIDA WAUC, Lakeland. "The All New WAUC" by male host, into deep gospel-like R&B. Thanks to Floridian DXers David Potter and John Santosuosso for earlier confirming this one flipped from Mexi-Spanish with the new ownership a couple of months ago.1649.76 UNIDENTIFIED (HAR/TIS? One of the many other semi-local (Hillsborough, Pinellas, Manatee County) HAR's off-channel? By near 1300, WONN, Lakeland with Christmas oldies was the only thing on the channel.And as always, it starts out high before the transmitter warms up and settles down closer to 5954.16. By 2342, 5954.191 and by 0020 at 5954.168.5954.18 COSTA RICA unidentified ELCOR transmitter, Guápiles. Clear and fair with Brazilian-Portuguese preacher, ID and Family Radio theme just before 0000. Recheck 2313, in English and introducing "DXers' Unlimited" with Arnie, who announced on the segment that RHC will now be airing one hour English segments instead of twohour blocks, and as a result, DXU will be reduced to 10-12 minutes. Vocal anthem at odd tune-in time, clear “Radio Centro” by man at 1129. At 2248 check December 2, very poor and hard to tell if Chambas or Surco audio in QRM from a Vietnamese talker (presumably KTXV, Mabank, TX) and WLS. Didn't think about WORL, Orlando until after the fact, but their noon block for Saturday is listed as a local cooking show hosted by a black dude. Parts of the FCC's web has really been crapping out a lot of late, I might add.660 FLORIDA While looking up 660 in the FCC d B, noted this in-band TIS/MIS. Excellent as usual, with scripture quoting man broadcast to the fishing boats, pauses with occasional boater responses. "That's Alright Mama" then group singing jingle "WSM" at 1619, into traditional C&W oldie, followed by male canned, "Hi, I'm Billy [last name not copied], and you're listening to WSM." A little weaker 1725 recheck with oldie C&W tune, canned non-singing ID. With big WGUL, Dunedin nulled best as possible, this one present. Ending of gospel program, "Sugar 900, WSWN" and PSA for the local sugar industry, into local agri business headlines, another "Sugar 900, WSWN ID. [HISP-D5]1140 CUBA Radio Mayabeque, la Salud, Mayabeque. Tune-in to radio novela, ending 1658 and male canned, "Esta es Radio Maybeque... 104.7 FM...(no reference to any onda media channel, so proud they must be of the FM I guess)" into way totally cool solo bell interval signal, roughly 20-ish chimes, played thrice (not the rarely heard ICRT interval signal), into patched Noticero Nacional de Radio news. This was forever on the low side of 1190, easily audible daytime as a result from the QTH, back when they were a cool Blue format station. Then operator, "New York terminating patch 1746." Excellent.1310 CUBA Radio Enciclopedia, Nueva Gerona, Isla de la Juventud. Good on occasional fade-up peaks over WYND and othes with piano and orchestral music, female announcer, parallel 530.1310 FLORIDA WYND, Deland. Preacher, concluding 0015 as "The People's Gospel Hour" from Halifax, Nova Scotia with a MA mailing address. The weakest trace of the signal is audible on Manatee Avenue (SR 64) at Village Green Parkway, as a near zero-beat carrier against the otherwise inaudible and presumed Miami station on 1700, guessing WAMi is the one very slightly off but impossible to confirm on a crappy Hyundai car radio. Weak Spanish, fading up, and then at 2359, male canned ID, of which only “... Back to female call/response with countless Santa María pleads. Male DJ, Spanish ballads, laser SFX at 1100 into Mexican national anthem, announcer at 1103, but impossible to copy the ID and shortly lost. So, I guess they try to please all ethno’s in the first 30 minutes. Surely the one, but virtually no audio making it here, and a little piggy QRM. Reminds me of my log, long ago, of the now-defunct Afghan Voice of Sharia'h on 7082 around this time from Florida, albeit much better DX than this thing. Serious near co-channel from Radio Veintiséis, Cuba. Mexi-tune abruptly cut with anthem kicking in from 1105, and anthem abruptly cut near the end with Mexi-tune started. Into news with the Toronto mayoral election leading off. Do they ever use the Trinchera Antiimperialista slogan any longer? On frequency.1170 MEXICO XERT Ke Buena, Reynosa, Tamaulipas. Not sure what path this one is taking to make it here. Presume the broadcast AUX IFB popping up briefly with Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" old disco hit. Suspect WMAF, Madison, FL 1000/1000 the best candidate.5954.16 COSTA RICA unidentified ELCOR transmitter, Guápiles. Thanks Gerry Bishop phone tip after seeing Brian Alexander's report, this one has reactivated and at a new time. Faded up for a moment over KOA with male, “AM 850 WKGE… On November 28: 1138 soft vocals and some rock vocals in Spanish – not the typical ranchera fare for a Mexican –female announcer, vocal anthem at 1157 but again wiped out by WWBA power increase. Chinese man and woman, four equal-length and rather Quaalude induced time sounders (not the standard Chi Com tones) and abruptly off. WRTVH-2010 doesn’t show them up until 1200, but that’s the only source I referenced.1700 TEXAS KVNS, Brownsville. Elton John’s “Step Into Christmas” followed by male canned, “One classic hit after another, 1700 KVNS.” Then Chicago “Saturday In the Park” at tune-out. Live audio patch or two 5-minute loops can be recorded. Zecchino that the Progreso outlet here just flipped to Surco (I had Surco as late as the morning of November 28). This station is low power FM only (90.7 MHz) in Ciego de Ávila province. Weak but clearly present with second pulses, shorter one top of each minute. Accented English female briefly at 1536, back to subcontinental vocals. English, clear but weak, time sounders into the annual long-running Big Ben chimes ringing in 2011, then into news. 1700 (LPR) GEORGIA "WTYB Tybee Island Community Radio", Georgia; a Part 15-compliant station that will soon be de-listed from active/presumed active (bolded frequency) status. Thanks to Mike Cooper, who checked 1700 a couple of times day and evening while holidaying on Tybee Island last week. Surprised to hear this one with RAE Spanish programming, northern campesino vocals (as opposed to the more-common tangos), ID's. WRTVH-2010 (since the Euro distributor doesn't want to supply the 2011 in a timely manner) lists 6060 as closing at 2300, with 15345 continuing till 2400. Then tuning up, the same show, very slightly out-of-synch audio. The unstable signal was lost 1t 1058 when WCKY's antenna switch and audio gain clobbered this. 450 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC PPA (aero beacon), Puerto Plata. Programming ending just before 1300, carrier off 13. But from extensive monitoring, it is also likely any of the western Cuba (other) stations on 1140. For fun, I Googled "Mini-pigs North Port" and shit if there aren't hits.1630 IOWA KCJJ, Iowa City. Messing with the Sangean PR-D5: O'Reilly Auto Parts spot, a convenient male canned "KCJJ, Iowa City" at 1130, into morning show bantering by two guys. This transmitter continues to be in malfunction mode after months. Alternately spelled Buena Ventura Lakes by some sources, though the consensus is Buenaventura Lakes. "Escuché Contacto" by same female at 1214 into Spanish cover of "I Know I'll Never Love That Way Again" and "Contacto 11-90" slogans. First time logged, as normally XETOT ABC Radio, Tampico is the dominant one. And a bit squeezed by power up from local 1110 at 1215.1620 CUBA Radio Rebelde FM, Guanabacoa, Ciudad de la Habana. "Rebelde F-M" ID and into Noticiero Nacional de Radio patch from 1800. here on 730 A-M, WSTT…” into Southern Gospel vocal. Oldies by Gladys Knight, Air Supply, Glen Campbell, Elton John etc. a JVC Broadcasting station." So what for many years was the "Sugar 900" Urban/gospel community station is now simulcasting 960 WSVU, North Palm Beach, which has translators W240CI (95.9) in North Palm Beach and W295BJ (106.9) in Jupiter. This is listed as a D3, 1000 watts with 30 watts psa, so what gives? Read more at:101.1 MHz FLORIDA unidentified LPFM or translator. New Beginning Radio with Old Testament preaching, parallel WKOT-LP on 102.1 but some signal breakup. WXYB may get out well at night if they continue to cheat. Spanish ballad, male and female news headlines (Honduras, Mexico items), Mexican anthem at the odd time of 1124. Checking for the 1649.76 mystery carrier local daytime, another presumed HAR malfunctioning with staccato maybe 500 Hz or so single digi-beeps, about every 3-8 seconds apart, but right on channel and about equal level with the westernmost I-275 Tampa HAR (with the usual short generic male loop). Their web actually brands as International Serbia Radio on the top of the page. I forgot they still existed.9750 KUWAIT Radio Kuwait, Kabh (Sulaibiyah). Arabic female with story read script over tinkling piano solo, into traditional Arabic vocal from 1254. Parallel excellent 21540.15150 GERMANY Adventist World Radio, Nauen. Thanks David Potter for his 1600 k Hz observations.1310 VIRGINIA WGH, Newport News. Fade up with female canned, "Back to more contemporary favorites on Star 13-10" into soul-gospel flavored vocal, lost to dominant Radio Enciclopedia co-channel.1420 FLORIDA WAOC, St. Good with WBRD, Bradenton mostly nulled.890 TEXAS KVOZ, Del Mar Hills. ) from 1205, male coming out of anthem, Mexi-tune, female 1216 but no ID culled before fading out post-sunrise.1130 GEORGIA WLBA, Gainesville. Spanish commercials, "La Mejor" slogan, Tejano song. First log of it here, if my records are actually accurate.1190 TEXAS KFXR, Dallas. Commercial break at tune-in, into the Matt Patrick Show with the entire "Can't You See" by the Marshall Tucker Band mixed underneath his rants, today live from Shaw's Jewelry, Houston (so this is an at least Texas syndicated show, KTRH, Houston appears to be the flagship).Good with the same music loop consisting of some English, Spanish (Shakira) and live Spanish tracks. Her sweet little signal is great, until WYFR pops up at *2200, then some splatter but still decent copy, oddly best on the ICOM R75 with internal room random wire vs. And it is the R75 that we measured her sign-on at (5954.238), but by measurement re-check at 2249, she wished to drift down to 5954.184. Her format is still the same music loop, or so it seems. Toyota dealership spot, several “KOA dot com” plugs, “This is Colorado’s morning show, 850 KOA…” Clear, squeezed a bit from local 860 WGUL. This one will allude me unless the anthem starts a little earlier, it appears. See: for more information.890 CUBA Radio Surco / Radio Chambas (FM relay), unknown site, Ciego de Ávila. Indeed, per the site under Ciego de Ávila, Chambas is listed as being rebroadcast via Radio Surco for 5.5 hours per day (no times listed). Opening with English General Overseas Service, ID and news. Mixing about equal with Woofferton, making reception of either pretty much junk. Sad that this is the only BBCWS English channel I could find progagating at this hour. Sports talk, then male, "You're listening to ESPN... 87.5 MHz (LPR) GEORGIA "Freedom Path Radio", Savannah. But not, as 6060 remained on through tune-out, presumably on till 2400 also. On January 9, also in parallel 1224 with spots for a local BBQ joint and a store on US-41 in Bonita Springs. 1310 CUBA Radio Enciclopedia, Nueva Gerona, Isla de la Juventud. Surprised to hear this one (if my records are correct, last noted in 2008) at fair level with piano tunes, parallel strong flagship 530. Very poor with "RR"'s (as opposed to the often Sunday-only chimes). First noted something unidentified and weak here closer to 1300 a few days ago, but nothing I could find listed that made sense. Those of which spastically alternatate networks, to complicate matters. Two guys bantering about someone who sells "mini-pigs" in North Port (nearby town) and schedule change for local high school football games, then mention of "WKII-AM" which upon looking up is also a Clear Channel Solana (Ft. WRDW, Augusta, GA (the way dominant here) faded up big by 1131. The Clearwater in-synch transmitter remains active, on-channel, and weakly audible here, but a carrier on the low side, roughly here, remains. Good signal and mostly alone on the channel with nice Southern blues gospel, male live ID at 13. Austalian pop vocal, female ID, magazine-type format show with various light topics. I've probably noted it before such as logs of Rebelde FM on 96.7 MHz from the Florida Keys, but if so I forget, anyway Rebelde FM also patches NNd R, not that anyone much beyond Florida is likely to hear this over-the-air at local 1 pm ET. Finally at 0102, "This is the place where South Florida comes to... I've not heard WSWN in the evenings and have to wonder if they aren't powering down the daytime wattage. The next day, from 1001, with male hosting Bollywood vocals, alternating between presumed Hindi and broken English, mentioning, "... Presumably not W266AI Spring Hill which simulcasts News/Talk WWJB, Brooksville, Nothing listed on the New Beginning Radio site at 101.1 in Florida, and the next closest in the FCC d B are allegedly not on the air yet as in CP applications for LPFM's in Citrus Park and Lutz, Hispanic Arts of Tampa and Iglesia de Cristo Corp. This one is always nearly local level daytime in Key West. Right on frequency, so did they fix the forever off-frequency (939.88) or do they have a second transmitter that works correctly? Mention seemingly of "La Tremenda Jota" or similar, but no such slogan I find here. But not really live, he closed with "Have a good weekend" on this Monday, so a holiday excuse to repeat. Parallel Tune In live stream which was at least 20 seconds behind. Classic Country with Carl Smith "Let Mother Nature Have Her Way" segued to Loretta Lynn "Don't Come Here a Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)" etc.

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And I suspect that -- within a few days as a result of my glorious post -- Arnaldo de Jesus Coro Antich will authorize massive jamming on 5955 as a result of this information. I say good, but presumed WOAI 1200 IBOC hash ever present on 12. In the clear but bad 'frying egg' QRM or QRN, present about everywhere here today. 6518 KOREA, SOUTH (CLANDESTINE) Voice of the People, Goyang. This is likely the unidentified log of Tomas Nilsson, Sweden, SW Bulletin April 15 via DXLD, reported on 6050.932 at 2315) for which Glenn Hauser asked, “Did you mean 6049.932? Radio Ciudadana...” into ads, then oldie female vocal. The property is pretty dilapidated, with seemingly a few cellular-type things hanging on the primary stick last time I noticed. Parallel much weaker 60 not making it, yet at least. Big, over-modulated carrier up and into talking drums interval signal till 0801, a couple of false starts with man and woman in Hausa talk, percussion fill music. No trace of Spanish WQBA, Miami, or Radio Victoria, for that matter. Co-channel big Radio Rebelde and weaker WNMA, Miami Springs, FL (Spanish). I don't see Voice of Korea listed at this hour here.11752 / 11768 CUBA Radio Habana Cuba. Noted a decent carrier right on 11752, no audio until 1659 when a peep of the RHC interval theme poked through. These call (re)assignments must be newer, with only two alpha characters followed by numerical replacements for the missing two or three letters. Doesn't seem to have anywhere near the signal it used to have. Local redneck monotone announcer, Bluegrass gospel vocals, local death announcement 1125.No trace of the aforementioned, but 15785 one was putting in a massive signal with Hebrew techno, rock and rap vocals, nice female jock.5954.17 COSTA RICA ELCOR (Radio República relay), Guápiles. Cuban-accented female with anti-Castro monologue, mentioning the Moncada disaster, Fidel Castro, Cubano, Estados Unidos. Back up 2314, same female mid-stream, into reggae-ish Spanish vocal from 2317. Back at 2334, more talk, into Barbra Streisand "I Am a Woman In Love" or whatever the title at 2339, and into telco female interview with same female studio host. on WKZK.” Hetting WKWF, Key West sports talk format. Then at 0013, male live, "This is Radio Bahamas, 15-40 AM and 104 point 5 FM." Then a promo for live coverage of "Prince Harry of Wales" at a.m. I wonder what little hottie he'll have with him, or how many he'll pick up in nightclubs. Gerry having logged it a few nights before and tipping me off. A quick flip to 1180 confirmed the anthem in progress for the opening of a baseball game.730 MEXICO XEHB Radio Viva Villa, Hidalgo de Parral, Chihuahua. Tune-in to male canned ID, “Radio Viva Villa, Viva Villa” into Tejano vocal.890 MEXICO XEBY Radio Fórmula, Tuxpán, Veracruz. Tune-in to Mexican anthem in progress, followed by the Veracruz state anthem (choral). 9780 TAIWAN (CLANDESTINE) Furusato no Kaze, Tainan. Website (unable to copy) at 1629, filler music till 16, then into open carrier which remained on until 17*, assuming the carrier was the same source, leaving absolutely nothing else audible on the channel here. Presumed site per with also presumed (listed) Laotian comprising of mostly talk, clear and fair, parallel better 9325 (listed as Aginan Point, Saipan). Presumed the one, clear but somewhat low modulation, English gospel talk and filler music. 105.9 MHz FLORIDA W290BJ, North [sic] Tampa (970 k Hz WFLA, Tampa simulcast),censor delay) of 970. So, Clear Channel News/Talk 970 WFLA has added the first of its two planned FM translators. Much of it came back in kanji and I'm Google-denied on finding anything listed as “Matsuwa”; oh well. Joseph Parrish, WQOP AM 14-60, Jacksonville.” Into EWTN programming. Automated during my listen at least, with 4-5 seconds gap between tracks, and male, "WZIG 104.1" after every couple of songs, sometimes barking dog SFX. which is Paul Kempter, site appears to be residential on Lake Tarpon, 100 watts. No anthem leading into the hour or through 1108 when the signal was lost in the jumble of others. Audio not really worthy until 2030 and steadily growing quickly with Sudanese folk quasi Horn of Africa-ish vocals, definite Arabic female announcer 2033, more nice vocals.Male ID for "Radio República" at 2351, with lots of frequencies (not copied, but surely inaccurate for real time), rooster crows, more anti-Castro speak. Excellent on both channels with traditional Hindi vocals on the English service. First log of this (my only Brazilian, same station) since circa 1979-1982, then from Casselberry, inland central Florida. Thanks Gerry Bishop tip, clear but low modulation with US English preacher, seemingly off abruptly 2026.``````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````` 700 MEXICO XERV Yo FM (XHRVI simulcast), Villahermosa, Tabasco. No ID pulled, but this one by default since it's the only Veracruz station on 890. Clear and fair-to-weak during the 1600-1630 programming. WRTVH 2012 lists 15120 as Sri Lanka 1100-1130, then Saipan 1130-1200, with 9325 as via Saipan. The 250-watt translator is owned by Radio Training Network, whose “Joy FM” will use an HD sub-channel of Clear Channel’s 95.7 MHz WBTP to feed some of its translators in the Tampa Bay area. Presumed the one, west African highlife vocal, Hausa or similar sounding man 0633, female 0626. Better listening in LSB due to the persistent low het high side that's been here forever. Audible with only minor breakup from Feather Sound, Clearwater, while only 5-6 miles west at the house, essentially no trace of (just the Orlando FM station).1130 SOUTH CAROLINA WHHW, Hilton Head Island. Spandau Ballet "True" into Carly Simon "Haven't Got Time for the Pain" then male canned, "The Island" slogan, parallel live stream, into "Stand By Me" by Ben E King.1170 UNIDENTIFIED. Someone here with all EZL instrumentals, such as Paul Mauriat's "Love Is Blue" and male announcer briefly at 1026. Maybe CMKS but seemingly unusual format for them if so. Audio cut at 2100, carrier still on when tuning out right after.9505 SUDAN Voice of Africa, Al-Aitahab. Carrier detected, presume prior to 1830-1930 Hausa.1101-1130 tune-in to choral national anthem conclusion, "El noticiero en la mañana... Both back, but not very strong, 1410 recheck.1080 GEORGIA WFTD, Marietta. Mexican Spanish format with rancheras, squeaky female announcer taking phone calls, commercials for stores in Atlanta, "la Ley 10-80 A-M" slogan. In passing, fair with black Southern gospel vocals. Thanks Glenn Hauser tip via World of Radio audio stream listen.7355 ALASKA KNLS, Anchor Point. Tune-in to clear but weak signal with female, "..Saturday on KNLS... your host..." into male with mention of the Old Testament. Some decent transmitter and antenna photos on their web page at: Not audible after mid-morning, so likely some distance east of Habana but not extreme western Cuba (otherwise it wouldn't hold forth this late here). 1210 CUBA Radio Sancti Spíritus, Sancti Spíritus, Sancti Spíritus. Good with soft Cuban vocals, female announcer, finally an ID at 1249. Briefly in with rancheras, fading and then lost to Rebelde by tune-out. 1140 CUBA Radio Cadena Habana, La Habana, Ciudad de la Habana. Rad Cad Hab dominating at this late-morning hour, no sign of Rebelde at least without bothering to fiddle antennas. Rebelde going into "La Mesa Redonda" program feed with Radio Habana Cuba mentions, and indeed parallel RHC 6000, 9640 and Rebelde 5025. right here on the Bahamas Radio Network, it's now 8 p.m." into Urban and soca/junkanoo vocals. Paul – probably more accurate – gets a LOB much farther east of this, slightly west of Santa Clara and east of Cienfuegos. Fading up atop all the others with the usual canned male/female ID over steel pan music bed, parallel weaker and listed 1220. Briefly under/over Rebelde with Journey's “Who's Crying Now” and fade-down, then The Police “Roxanne” at 0008, fade. Suspect something Central American or maybe Mexican. Clear and good.5954.276 COSTA RICA (CLANDESTINE) Radio República, Guápiles or Cariari. Fair, some network feed coverage on Colorado shootings, not parallel Saddlebunch Keys which was airing something classical music. “ABC Radio, 6-60 AM, las noticias como son” slogans often. Comparing Chihuahua with Coahuila, it’s clearly the latter including matching lyrics. Some splatter from WTAN, Clearwater (local) on 1340, and of course no opportunity to parallel the Radio Ciudad del Mar 1340 k Hz second transmitter (Palmira) as a result. That one was confirmed while chatting online with David Crawford, Titusville, Florida, who suggests possibly Iran source as an intended blocking signal. Weak co-channel unidentified black gospel vocals station and the usual unidentified 1309.88 or so het, with no trace of the Oldies format and the Nostalgia format unidentified stations I've been chasing here.1440 FLORIDA WPRD, Winter Park. Mostly dominating with Haitian Kreyòl male talk, commercial break 0205 with Orlando and Ocoee Haitian community businesses.Radio Informa..." commercials with lots of sirens and back to news. Fair on the Aqua Guide 705 RDF, with Radio Guamá absent this morning.1570 CUBA Radio Enciclopedia, Las Tunas (per WRTVH 2010). Orchestral movie score, a fragment popping through all the co-channel, in parallel 530. It only took a few hours after my dxldyg post was read by Arnaldo & Company, and the hour of unjammed República is no more. Weren't they on a frequency close to this, via Guatemala or Costa Rica? 96.1 MHz FLORIDA (PIRATE) "Radio Whitfield", Sarasota. Barlow's antennae-wielding thugs, gun-toting FDLE misfits or the local Barney Fife, with a format that I can hear on multiple licensed FM's. I give him credit for the frequency choice: a doughnut hole, as outside of the signal range -- even north -- one gets "K-Rock" Signal completely lost by downtown Bradenton. PSA's, then "You're listening to American Catholic Radio from the Franciscans" into gospeltalk. Their website does not list station affiliates (coming soon, they threaten). Recheck 2352 with US English preacher talking about the Holy Ghost (just in time for Halloween), Canada address for the program at 0000, then dead air, off. Adult Standards (Cass Elliott, Neil Diamond), male, "... The new Rebelde poor underneath, and two domestics (one interviewing a politician running for office, the other with network sports talk -- both of which faded out by 1300 -- as did Rebelde). Bearings on the RDF place this east of Sancti Spirits (town of).1540 BAHAMAS ZNS1, Nassau, New Providence. Female cosmetic skin care talk with male host, Bahamian accents, mention of Princess Margaret Hospital. By 2355, a weak het from 1539, presumably VOA from al-Dhabbiya, UAE. Heavily-accented French male, into highlife vocals, Arabic talk. This should squish Radio Educación, when on (seemingly not today though had them a few days ago pre-1200, parallel 1060 MW).5050 / 9820 CHINA Guangxi PBS/Beibu Bay Radio, Nanning. Clear and good with Viet female, instrumental fills, joined by man. Smack on 1121.00 and no sign of anything Cuba otherwise on 1120 proper, daytime or nights here. Again, this one -- indeed for a long time on 1210 -- isn't entered on other lists, including the WRTH 2012, etc. To sum, Caribe remains on not only 1220 but also 1210. It’s been a long time since I checked for this at sign-on, and I don’t read where anyone else has bothered to check on consecutive or close-to days, so here we go. English female in studio with lots of remote phoned reports of some type, presumed the NBC net news capture. At 1018, instrumental version of Elton John's “Sacrifice” then Tok-Pisin programming, with more remote audio reporting and a speaker with crowd cheering. 3905 New Ireland presumed in as well, but no useful audio pulled and thus not possible to tell if parallel. Unusual to hear an all-Smooth Jazz/jazz oldies format station from Mexico. Signal lost by 1128.660 MEXICO XEEY, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes. This one faded up a couple of times over XEFZ with reggaeton and Spanish dance vocals, several mentions of “102 punto 9 FM” and something pesos, so presume XEEY, listed as simulcast of XHEY “La Kaliente” though no slogan heard. Four soft chimes, the last note being longer, then female, “Esta es Radio Guamá… Both 13 heard by me from Long Key, Florida Keys mid-day October 21, so we know they are still there. Het when in LSB from the maybe Nicaraguan at 14 FLORIDA unidentified HAR/TIS. Noted this malfunctioning one again post-sunrise, suspect a semi-local FL Do T transmitter, bearings being to the south or north, with that staccato beeping and sheet metal wobble sound alternating, no voice audio.

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