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Re: Sony SRF-M35FP

keith beesley
 

Brian,

I have a similar one around my house somewhere (hopefully stored with batteries out ;-). If I recall correctly, sensitivity was good but selectivity a bit too wide for hard-core dxing.

Sincerely,

Keith Beesley

Seattle WA

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Jerry" <brianalexmiller@...> wrote:

Photos posted.

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Jerry" <brianalexmiller@> wrote:

I got one of these on eBay for about forty usd. The seller included batteries and a pair of Koss R-10 headphones.

Has anyone here used one of these? I have only powered it on and set the time and listened to a couple strong locals thus far.

It had a digital display w five presets and the ability to set the tuning to 9 or 10 kHz steps.

I'll post a couple photos right now.


Brian Miller

Berkley MI USA


Re: Sony SRF-M35FP

Brian Miller
 

Photos posted.

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Jerry" <brianalexmiller@...> wrote:

I got one of these on eBay for about forty usd. The seller included batteries and a pair of Koss R-10 headphones.

Has anyone here used one of these? I have only powered it on and set the time and listened to a couple strong locals thus far.

It had a digital display w five presets and the ability to set the tuning to 9 or 10 kHz steps.

I'll post a couple photos right now.


Brian Miller

Berkley MI USA


Re: Question for the North Americans re SRF-59

dave_hackwell <dave_hackwell@...>
 

It sounds like there is no turning back now.

I too had stumbled across the dxer.ca site and you may have read my comments there. I came across the Sony ICF-S22 in M&S of all places for less than a tenner, so had to check it out !

It's exceptionally sensitive and I've heard ground wave stations on it that I've never heard here before.

I actually use an old Technics receiver with a small loop and as it's digital receiver I don't get lost on the band.

Infact the Sony is more sensitive and can null some of the more powerful euro stations

Anyway I must close and check out Comet before the weekend is out

Good Dx
Dave
Warrington
Cheshire.

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Michael" <michael.setaazul@...> wrote:

I bought a couple myself, after having read the reviews. It is an astounding little gem.
I might tinker with the second one :-
- direct or inductively couple a loop or longer ferrite (longwire via a buffer MOSFET or FET to
protect the chip!)
- use the SRF-59 at the top end of the AM band as an IF and AFsection with an external frontend for
LW or SW.
Just a thought...

When using the SRF-59 barefoot for uldx, I use another receiver to identify the frequency.

Michael UK

----- Original Message ----------------------------------------------------------

From: "triton1_uk" <Triton1uk@...>
Sent: 23 April 2011 13:49

I was browsing through the http://www.dxer.ca/ website yesterday afternoon and came across rave
reviews of the Sony SRF-59 Walkman Radio, so I checked on the Internet and discovered that they were
freely available here in the UK. I set off to the local Comet store and found one at £20.
. . .
Now this is more like it. I was truly impressed with this little radio. It seemed as though it was
as sensitive and selective as my faithful G5.
. . . . .
Anyway, I've waffled plenty long enough. Suffice to say, if anybody is thinking of buying one of
these little radios, I can heartily recommend it. I mean come on. for a measly £20, you can't go
wrong. I am now trying to work out a way to increase the reception on AM with a long wire or
something, but I don't know if the headphone socket is connected to the ferrite bar or whether the
headphone socket aerial connection is solely for FM use.


Sony SRF-M35FP

Brian Miller
 

I got one of these on eBay for about forty usd. The seller included batteries and a pair of Koss R-10 headphones.

Has anyone here used one of these? I have only powered it on and set the time and listened to a couple strong locals thus far.

It had a digital display w five presets and the ability to set the tuning to 9 or 10 kHz steps.

I'll post a couple photos right now.


Brian Miller

Berkley MI USA


Re: Can MW TA's be heard on a low noise New Hampshire beach?

Russ Edmunds <wb2bjh@...>
 

It's quite probable, but as we move toward summer, TA conditions won't improve. That isn't to say that you won't hear any but the odds are better in the late Fall and early winter.

There are several DX'ers on this list who live in New England and can give you a more detailed answer.

Russ Edmunds
15 mi NNW of Philadelphia
Grid FN20id

FM: Yamaha T-80 & Onkyo T-450RDS w/ APS9B @15'; Grundig G8
AM:  Modified Sony ICF 2010's barefoot


--- On Sat, 4/23/11, steve <sbass@...> wrote:

From: steve
Subject: [ultralightdx] Can MW TA's be heard on a low noise New Hampshire beach?
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2011, 1:19 PM

 

I live in a duplex with a 40 foot yard near a power station in the middle of Columbus Ohio and the closest I have come to logging a MW TA in this very noisy environment is a decent het on one sideband of a popular TA station frequency using a desktop receiver costing in the $1,000 range and large outdoor MW loop 35 feet above ground as far from the duplex as my yard allows.

However, I have a friend living in eastern New Hampshire a relatively short drive from some quiet beaches.

What is the likelihood of my logging some TA's with ULRs and other small portables I could take with me to New Hampshire? My ULRs include PL-380, T615,and M37. In the non ULR portables, I have a PL-390 and a G5. I also have a Select-A-Tenna.

Would I be likely to log any TA's from such a location?

If so, which combination of the ULR and non-ULR portables above would give me the best chance of logging TA's from there.

Thanks.

Steve Bass


Can MW TA's be heard on a low noise New Hampshire beach?

steve <sbass@...>
 

I live in a duplex with a 40 foot yard near a power station in the middle of Columbus Ohio and the closest I have come to logging a MW TA in this very noisy environment is a decent het on one sideband of a popular TA station frequency using a desktop receiver costing in the $1,000 range and large outdoor MW loop 35 feet above ground as far from the duplex as my yard allows.

However, I have a friend living in eastern New Hampshire a relatively short drive from some quiet beaches.

What is the likelihood of my logging some TA's with ULRs and other small portables I could take with me to New Hampshire? My ULRs include PL-380, T615,and M37. In the non ULR portables, I have a PL-390 and a G5. I also have a Select-A-Tenna.

Would I be likely to log any TA's from such a location?

If so, which combination of the ULR and non-ULR portables above would give me the best chance of logging TA's from there.

Thanks.

Steve Bass


Re: Question for the North Americans

triton1_uk
 

I would say anywhere between 800 - 1000KHz. You're right about the scale. I'm not complaining. I mean for £20 it's not gonna be vernier accurate.

I was just surprised at how sensitive this thing is.

73's...


Re: Question for the North Americans re SRF-59

Russ Edmunds <wb2bjh@...>
 

Precisely the method I use. I have a Sangean DT200vx which I use for that purpose, as it was very disappointing in the selectivity department.

Russ Edmunds
15 mi NNW of Philadelphia
Grid FN20id

FM: Yamaha T-80 & Onkyo T-450RDS w/ APS9B @15'; Grundig G8
AM:  Modified Sony ICF 2010's barefoot


--- On Sat, 4/23/11, Michael wrote:

From: Michael
Subject: Re: [ultralightdx] Question for the North Americans re SRF-59
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2011, 10:13 AM

 

I bought a couple myself, after having read the reviews. It is an astounding little gem.
I might tinker with the second one :-
- direct or inductively couple a loop or longer ferrite (longwire via a buffer MOSFET or FET to
protect the chip!)
- use the SRF-59 at the top end of the AM band as an IF and AFsection with an external frontend for
LW or SW.
Just a thought...

When using the SRF-59 barefoot for uldx, I use another receiver to identify the frequency.

Michael UK

----- Original Message ----------------------------------------------------------

From: "triton1_uk" <Triton1uk@...>
Sent: 23 April 2011 13:49

I was browsing through the http://www.dxer.ca/ website yesterday afternoon and came across rave
reviews of the Sony SRF-59 Walkman Radio, so I checked on the Internet and discovered that they were
freely available here in the UK. I set off to the local Comet store and found one at £20.
. . .
Now this is more like it. I was truly impressed with this little radio. It seemed as though it was
as sensitive and selective as my faithful G5.
. . . . .
Anyway, I've waffled plenty long enough. Suffice to say, if anybody is thinking of buying one of
these little radios, I can heartily recommend it. I mean come on. for a measly £20, you can't go
wrong. I am now trying to work out a way to increase the reception on AM with a long wire or
something, but I don't know if the headphone socket is connected to the ferrite bar or whether the
headphone socket aerial connection is solely for FM use.


Re: Question for the North Americans re SRF-59

Michael <michael.setaazul@...>
 

I bought a couple myself, after having read the reviews. It is an astounding little gem.
I might tinker with the second one :-
- direct or inductively couple a loop or longer ferrite (longwire via a buffer MOSFET or FET to
protect the chip!)
- use the SRF-59 at the top end of the AM band as an IF and AFsection with an external frontend for
LW or SW.
Just a thought...

When using the SRF-59 barefoot for uldx, I use another receiver to identify the frequency.

Michael UK

----- Original Message ----------------------------------------------------------

From: "triton1_uk" <Triton1uk@...>
Sent: 23 April 2011 13:49

I was browsing through the http://www.dxer.ca/ website yesterday afternoon and came across rave
reviews of the Sony SRF-59 Walkman Radio, so I checked on the Internet and discovered that they were
freely available here in the UK. I set off to the local Comet store and found one at 20.
. . .
Now this is more like it. I was truly impressed with this little radio. It seemed as though it was
as sensitive and selective as my faithful G5.
. . . . .
Anyway, I've waffled plenty long enough. Suffice to say, if anybody is thinking of buying one of
these little radios, I can heartily recommend it. I mean come on. for a measly 20, you can't go
wrong. I am now trying to work out a way to increase the reception on AM with a long wire or
something, but I don't know if the headphone socket is connected to the ferrite bar or whether the
headphone socket aerial connection is solely for FM use.


Re: Question for the North Americans

Russ Edmunds <wb2bjh@...>
 

Let me correct my prior post. I meant to say that there were none in WI on 900, and in fact none on 900 -- not that there weren't stations in Wisconsin airing his program.

Russ Edmunds
15 mi NNW of Philadelphia
Grid FN20id

FM: Yamaha T-80 & Onkyo T-450RDS w/ APS9B @15'; Grundig G8
AM:  Modified Sony ICF 2010's barefoot


--- On Sat, 4/23/11, Russ Edmunds wrote:

From: Russ Edmunds
Subject: Re: [ultralightdx] Question for the North Americans
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2011, 10:02 AM

 

Ed Schultz is aired on a number of stations, but it doesn't appear that there are any located in Wisconsin - but his show might originate there. I don't see any stations on 900 which air his program.

Since I also own an SRF-59, I know how hard it can be to determine precisely what frequency you were on from the tiny analog dial.

Do you have any other clues ?

Russ Edmunds
15 mi NNW of Philadelphia
Grid FN20id

FM: Yamaha T-80 & Onkyo T-450RDS w/ APS9B @15'; Grundig G8
AM:  Modified Sony ICF 2010's barefoot

--- On Sat, 4/23/11, triton1_uk wrote:

From: triton1_uk
Subject: [ultralightdx] Question for the North Americans
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2011, 8:49 AM

 

I was browsing through the http://www.dxer.ca/ website yesterday afternoon and came across rave reviews of the Sony SRF-59 Walkman Radio, so I checked on the Internet and discovered that they were freely available here in the UK. I set off to the local Comet store and found one at £20. Got back home about 16:00 and decamped to the patio with a fresh cup of tea and with a sharp knife in hand attempted to carve open the plastic package with the aforementioned SRF-59 mutely staring me in the face like a cheap kid's toy. Could something that looked like a tacky 1970's fashion design reject really perform as well as they all said on the more knowledgeable websites?

OK, after a heart stopping moment or two when I almost lost a digit or two trying in vain to open the package with the knife, I fitted an AA cell and using the supplied earphones powered it up on FM. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality and sensitivity. Maybe a little too much high frequency, but that's no bad thing (if you've got it, you can always reduce it with a different pair of headphones, but if it's not there in the first place, then it's rather more difficult to put it there).

So then I tried the AM BCB and I have to say, I was mildly unimpressed. OK it wasn't bad, but equally, it wasn't as astounding as I had been lead to believe. It was a nice warm, sunny Friday afternoon and there was a lot of hash about and the noise floor was quite high, so I packed up and came indoors to watch the Snooker.

Fast forward three hours…It's 20:00 and following a late Sunday lunch with all the trimmings, glass of beer in hand, I set off outside to try the SRF-59 just before the sun goes down. This can often be a good time of day to pick up distant signals.

I started to tune through the AM BCB from top to bottom and wow! What a difference three hours makes. They all came tumbling in. France, Germany, Italy, Russia, The Middle East and so on. Now this is more like it. I was truly impressed with this little radio. It seemed as though it was as sensitive and selective as my faithful G5.

So finally I get to my question for the North Americans. I got to around 900 KHz and suddenly I heard someone called Ed Schultz who seemed to be coming from Wisconsin. It was called `The Ed Schultz Show' unsurprisingly. It appeared to be a satirical political show by the sound of it and there was lots of applause and laughter from an audience. Had I heard my first TA on this little radio? Do any of the North Americans among the membership know which frequency I heard this on and which radio station was hosting this show? I have searched the listings on the internet, but there are just so many broadcasters out there it was like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack. It may be affiliated to MSNBC.

Anyway, I've waffled plenty long enough. Suffice to say, if anybody is thinking of buying one of these little radios, I can heartily recommend it. I mean come on… for a measly £20, you can't go wrong. I am now trying to work out a way to increase the reception on AM with a long wire or something, but I don't know if the headphone socket is connected to the ferrite bar or whether the headphone socket aerial connection is solely for FM use.

73's to all…


Re: Question for the North Americans

Russ Edmunds <wb2bjh@...>
 

Ed Schultz is aired on a number of stations, but it doesn't appear that there are any located in Wisconsin - but his show might originate there. I don't see any stations on 900 which air his program.

Since I also own an SRF-59, I know how hard it can be to determine precisely what frequency you were on from the tiny analog dial.

Do you have any other clues ?

Russ Edmunds
15 mi NNW of Philadelphia
Grid FN20id
FM: Yamaha T-80 & Onkyo T-450RDS w/ APS9B @15'; Grundig G8
AM:  Modified Sony ICF 2010's barefoot


--- On Sat, 4/23/11, triton1_uk wrote:

From: triton1_uk
Subject: [ultralightdx] Question for the North Americans
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2011, 8:49 AM

 

I was browsing through the http://www.dxer.ca/ website yesterday afternoon and came across rave reviews of the Sony SRF-59 Walkman Radio, so I checked on the Internet and discovered that they were freely available here in the UK. I set off to the local Comet store and found one at £20. Got back home about 16:00 and decamped to the patio with a fresh cup of tea and with a sharp knife in hand attempted to carve open the plastic package with the aforementioned SRF-59 mutely staring me in the face like a cheap kid's toy. Could something that looked like a tacky 1970's fashion design reject really perform as well as they all said on the more knowledgeable websites?

OK, after a heart stopping moment or two when I almost lost a digit or two trying in vain to open the package with the knife, I fitted an AA cell and using the supplied earphones powered it up on FM. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality and sensitivity. Maybe a little too much high frequency, but that's no bad thing (if you've got it, you can always reduce it with a different pair of headphones, but if it's not there in the first place, then it's rather more difficult to put it there).

So then I tried the AM BCB and I have to say, I was mildly unimpressed. OK it wasn't bad, but equally, it wasn't as astounding as I had been lead to believe. It was a nice warm, sunny Friday afternoon and there was a lot of hash about and the noise floor was quite high, so I packed up and came indoors to watch the Snooker.

Fast forward three hours…It's 20:00 and following a late Sunday lunch with all the trimmings, glass of beer in hand, I set off outside to try the SRF-59 just before the sun goes down. This can often be a good time of day to pick up distant signals.

I started to tune through the AM BCB from top to bottom and wow! What a difference three hours makes. They all came tumbling in. France, Germany, Italy, Russia, The Middle East and so on. Now this is more like it. I was truly impressed with this little radio. It seemed as though it was as sensitive and selective as my faithful G5.

So finally I get to my question for the North Americans. I got to around 900 KHz and suddenly I heard someone called Ed Schultz who seemed to be coming from Wisconsin. It was called `The Ed Schultz Show' unsurprisingly. It appeared to be a satirical political show by the sound of it and there was lots of applause and laughter from an audience. Had I heard my first TA on this little radio? Do any of the North Americans among the membership know which frequency I heard this on and which radio station was hosting this show? I have searched the listings on the internet, but there are just so many broadcasters out there it was like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack. It may be affiliated to MSNBC.

Anyway, I've waffled plenty long enough. Suffice to say, if anybody is thinking of buying one of these little radios, I can heartily recommend it. I mean come on… for a measly £20, you can't go wrong. I am now trying to work out a way to increase the reception on AM with a long wire or something, but I don't know if the headphone socket is connected to the ferrite bar or whether the headphone socket aerial connection is solely for FM use.

73's to all…


Re: Question for the North Americans

Peter Laws
 

http://wegoted.com/ is his site. Affiliates are here:
http://wegoted.com/affiliates/default.asp

On Sat, Apr 23, 2011 at 07:49, triton1_uk <Triton1uk@...> wrote:
I was browsing through the http://www.dxer.ca/ website yesterday afternoon and came across rave reviews of the Sony SRF-59 Walkman Radio, so I checked on the Internet and discovered that they were freely available here in the UK. I set off to the local Comet store and found one at £20. Got back home about 16:00 and decamped to the patio with a fresh cup of tea and with a sharp knife in hand attempted to carve open the plastic package with the aforementioned SRF-59 mutely staring me in the face like a cheap kid's toy. Could something that looked like a tacky 1970's fashion design reject really perform as well as they all said on the more knowledgeable websites?

OK, after a heart stopping moment or two when I almost lost a digit or two trying in vain to open the package with the knife, I fitted an AA cell and using the supplied earphones powered it up on FM. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality and sensitivity. Maybe a little too much high frequency, but that's no bad thing (if you've got it, you can always reduce it with a different pair of headphones, but if it's not there in the first place, then it's rather more difficult to put it there).

So then I tried the AM BCB and I have to say, I was mildly unimpressed. OK it wasn't bad, but equally, it wasn't as astounding as I had been lead to believe. It was a nice warm, sunny Friday afternoon and there was a lot of hash about and the noise floor was quite high, so I packed up and came indoors to watch the Snooker.

Fast forward three hours…It's 20:00 and following a late Sunday lunch with all the trimmings, glass of beer in hand, I set off outside to try the SRF-59 just before the sun goes down. This can often be a good time of day to pick up distant signals.

I started to tune through the AM BCB from top to bottom and wow! What a difference three hours makes. They all came tumbling in. France, Germany, Italy, Russia, The Middle East and so on. Now this is more like it. I was truly impressed with this little radio. It seemed as though it was as sensitive and selective as my faithful G5.

So finally I get to my question for the North Americans. I got to around 900 KHz and suddenly I heard someone called Ed Schultz who seemed to be coming from Wisconsin. It was called `The Ed Schultz Show' unsurprisingly. It appeared to be a satirical political show by the sound of it and there was lots of applause and laughter from an audience. Had I heard my first TA on this little radio? Do any of the North Americans among the membership know which frequency I heard this on and which radio station was hosting this show? I have searched the listings on the internet, but there are just so many broadcasters out there it was like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack. It may be affiliated to MSNBC.

Anyway, I've waffled plenty long enough. Suffice to say, if anybody is thinking of buying one of these little radios, I can heartily recommend it. I mean come on… for a measly £20, you can't go wrong. I am now trying to work out a way to increase the reception on AM with a long wire or something, but I don't know if the headphone socket is connected to the ferrite bar or whether the headphone socket aerial connection is solely for FM use.

73's to all…



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Newfoundland Ultralight Radio Trans-Atlantics & Domestics Report April 22-23

Allen Willie
 

Hello to All,

Conditions last evening were once again decent despite the returning high static & noise levels . Spain and England dominated the split frequencies . 1 new station added during the evening and 1 new early this morning to the ULR log. It has been amazing to pull out all the low power stations on 1152 khz from England and Scotland lately. Scotland is country # 77 for Allen in the ULR totals.


TRANS-ATLANTICS


684-SPAIN-Radio Nacional Espana 1, Sevilla 1:38UT/23 Spanish talk by woman
810-ENGLAND-BBC Scotland, Burghead 23:13UT/22 talk program
909-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live, Moorside Edge 22:46UT/22 two men in talk
954-SPAIN-Onda Cero Radio, Madrid 00:55UT/23 two men in Spanish teletalk
999-SPAIN-COPE Madrid, 00:20UT/23 Spanish commentary by man,promos
1044-SPAIN-SER San Sebastian, Monte Igueldo 22:27UT/22 Spanish teletalk
1053-ENGLAND-Talksport Radio, Droitwich 23:10UT/22 talk on Film remakes
1080-SPAIN-SER various 23:20UT/22 Spanish teletalk (Good) //1044
1089-ENGLAND-Talksport Radio,Brookmans Park 22:26UT/22 ID, PartyPoker.com Ad
1116-SPAIN-SER Pontevedra, 23:04UT/22 two men in Spanish (good)
1152-SCOTLAND-Clyde 2, Dechmont Hill 23:08UT/22 Billy Joel song,taking requests
1152-ENGLAND-Gold – Plymouth 1152 AM – Plumer Barracks 23:35UT/22 Supremes song – "Where Did Our Love Go", "Gold Plymouth 11-52 AM"ID **NEW**(AW)
1170-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Sawa , Al Dhabbaya 00:34UT/23 Arabic pop,ID
1179-ROMANIA-Romania Actualitati, Galbeni-Bacau 00:57UT/23 Classical music //1152
1197-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia,Vitoria 23:18UT/22 woman in Basque talk,then live performance
1215-ENGLAND-Absolute Radio, various 23:35UT/22 music & talk //1197
1251-LIBYA-Voice of Africa,Tripoli 22:29UT/22 woman in French (Like A Local)
1260-SPAIN-SER various 23:34UT/22 Spanish talk by man
1296-ENGLAND- Radio XL 1296 AM, Langley Mill 22:45UT/22 Indian music,ID in English "Radio for the Asian Community"
1305-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 22:34UT/22 woman w/ Spanish teletalk
1314-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 22:28UT/22 two men in Spanish talk
1341-NORTHERN IRELAND-BBC R. Ulster,Lisnagarvey 22:34UT/22 music & talk
1377-FRANCE-France Info, Lille - Camphin en Carembault 22:30UT/22 woman w/news in French
1386-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Bilbao 22:41UT/22 woman w/ Basque talk
1440-LUXEMBOURG-KBS Korea Relay,Marnach 22:32UT/22 in English
1458-ENGLAND-Sunrise Radio,Brookmans Park 22:48UT/22 call in show
1476-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Biribilondo 23:32UT/22 Basque talk & music (good) //1386
1521-SAUDI ARABIA-BSKSA Duba 22:50UT/22 two men in Arabic
1530-Unidentified 00:27UT/23 Spanish talk by man EMWG says nothing at time in Spanish
1566-BBC Bristol & Somerset Sound, Taunton, 2:15UT/23 BBC talk //1548
1575-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Farda, Al Dhabbaya 23:56UT/22 Arabic music,R. Farda ID
1602-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, R. Vitoria 00:00UT/23 news by man in Spanish (Like Local)
1602-SPAIN-SER various 00:03UT/23 woman w/ news in Spanish //1485



DOMESTICS

760-WJR Detroit,Mich 7:50UT/23 Debtloader.com Ad,Legal ID
770-WABC-New York, NY 7:50UT/23 Infomercial
830-WCRN-Worcester,Mass 7:51UT/23 Doctor talk
850-WEEI-Boston,Mass 7:52UT/23 Sportstalk
880-WCBS-New York,NY 7:54UT/23 Legal Id,ADT Security Ad
1010-WINS-New York,NY 7:53UT/23 10-10 WINS ID.news
1030-WBZ-Boston,Mass 7:53UT/23 talk show
1050-WEPN-New York,NY 7:54UT/23 Sportstalk
1050-CHUM-Toronto,Ontario 7:54UT/23 talk,ID CP 24
1080-WTIC-Hartford,Conn 7:55UT/23 talk show
1110-WBT-Charlotte,North Carolina 7:56UT/23 VisitNC.com promo,ID
1130-WBBR-New York,NY 8:00UT/23 Bloomberg Market promo,Legal ID
1200-WXKS-Newton,Mass 8:02UT/23 Fox News Radio,Ads
1260-CKHJ-Fredericton,New Brunswick 8:03UT/23 Country mx,KHJ Jingle ID
1270-CFCB-Sydney,Nova Scotia 8:04UT/23 Country music
1280-Unidentified 8:12UT/23 Spanish teletalk
1280-WFAU-Gardiner,Maine 8:20UT/23 Fox Sports News,Ads, (mixing w/ above)
1290-VENEZUELA-YVLF R. Puerto Cabello 8:04UT/23 Latin music,ID,promos **NEW** (AW)
1330-WRCA-Waltham,Mass 8:06UT/23 Spanish talk,Latin music
1370-WDEA-Ellsworth,Maine 8:05UT/23 Rosetta Stone Ad, AM 13-70 ID
1510-WWZN-Boston,Mass 8:09UT/23 talk show,ment. Boston
1600-WUNR-Brookline,Mass 8:10UT/23 Spanish talk

Receivers: SRF-M37V & SRF-39FP barefoot

Good DX

Allen Willie & Dianne Froude
Bristol's Hope, Newfoundland
47:43N 53:11W
http://nldxers.110mb.com


Question for the North Americans

triton1_uk
 

I was browsing through the http://www.dxer.ca/ website yesterday afternoon and came across rave reviews of the Sony SRF-59 Walkman Radio, so I checked on the Internet and discovered that they were freely available here in the UK. I set off to the local Comet store and found one at £20. Got back home about 16:00 and decamped to the patio with a fresh cup of tea and with a sharp knife in hand attempted to carve open the plastic package with the aforementioned SRF-59 mutely staring me in the face like a cheap kid's toy. Could something that looked like a tacky 1970's fashion design reject really perform as well as they all said on the more knowledgeable websites?

OK, after a heart stopping moment or two when I almost lost a digit or two trying in vain to open the package with the knife, I fitted an AA cell and using the supplied earphones powered it up on FM. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality and sensitivity. Maybe a little too much high frequency, but that's no bad thing (if you've got it, you can always reduce it with a different pair of headphones, but if it's not there in the first place, then it's rather more difficult to put it there).

So then I tried the AM BCB and I have to say, I was mildly unimpressed. OK it wasn't bad, but equally, it wasn't as astounding as I had been lead to believe. It was a nice warm, sunny Friday afternoon and there was a lot of hash about and the noise floor was quite high, so I packed up and came indoors to watch the Snooker.

Fast forward three hours…It's 20:00 and following a late Sunday lunch with all the trimmings, glass of beer in hand, I set off outside to try the SRF-59 just before the sun goes down. This can often be a good time of day to pick up distant signals.

I started to tune through the AM BCB from top to bottom and wow! What a difference three hours makes. They all came tumbling in. France, Germany, Italy, Russia, The Middle East and so on. Now this is more like it. I was truly impressed with this little radio. It seemed as though it was as sensitive and selective as my faithful G5.

So finally I get to my question for the North Americans. I got to around 900 KHz and suddenly I heard someone called Ed Schultz who seemed to be coming from Wisconsin. It was called `The Ed Schultz Show' unsurprisingly. It appeared to be a satirical political show by the sound of it and there was lots of applause and laughter from an audience. Had I heard my first TA on this little radio? Do any of the North Americans among the membership know which frequency I heard this on and which radio station was hosting this show? I have searched the listings on the internet, but there are just so many broadcasters out there it was like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack. It may be affiliated to MSNBC.

Anyway, I've waffled plenty long enough. Suffice to say, if anybody is thinking of buying one of these little radios, I can heartily recommend it. I mean come on… for a measly £20, you can't go wrong. I am now trying to work out a way to increase the reception on AM with a long wire or something, but I don't know if the headphone socket is connected to the ferrite bar or whether the headphone socket aerial connection is solely for FM use.

73's to all…


New Log- WPNI 1430

John Cereghin <jcereghin@...>
 

Bagged a new station this morning on the DT-200VX barefoot:

1430 WPNI, Amherst MA, 0745, folk music-style tunes, quick "1430 WPNI"
pop-up ID.

Ultralight station #780 and number 959 in the overall log.

Nice log, since April has offered rather slim pickings DX-wise!

--
John Cereghin WDX3IAO  KB3LYP
Smyrna, Delaware
My radio page www.pilgrimway.org/dx
The Ultralight Scoreboard  www.pilgrimway.org/ulradio


Re: Newfoundland Ultralight Radio Trans-Atlantics & Domestics Report April 21-22

theod438 <theod438@...>
 

Och, and nay to mention 810 BBC Scotland...

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Jim Brown" <broonsangle123@...> wrote:



hi, superb list of dx there but Clyde 2 is not England but Scotland it is local to the Glasgow area.We Scots are very touchy about being classed as England.. but praise is due to your superb list.I still am waiting for my first T/A dx with my tecsun 606 but it will come!!
Jim

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Allen" <vo1_001_swl@> wrote:

Hello To All,

Decent propagation last evening despite the high static and noise levels early on that dissipated later.

The first Trans-Atlantic signals appeared earlier than past nights and this session of Dxing became a marathon of sorts for most of the evening and an early morning rise also yielded more good DX.

After almost 3 weeks at this new location , the trend clearly seems to be, hardly any domestic stations are audible from the rest of North America until the wee or early morning hours. The band here from about 20:00UTC until then has been a countless supply of strong Trans-Atlantic signals , many at local sounding levels. Most evenings from St. John's the trend was TA's early on and then domestics taking over. Location Location as they say !

2 new stations this session added to the ULR Log



684-SPAIN-R. Nacional Espana 1 , Sevilla 23:32UT/21 news in Spanish (unusually weaker)
693-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live, Droitwich 22:57UT/21 talk
720-GREENLAND-KNR Simiutaq 00:08UT/22 man in Inuit talk,music
810-ENGLAND-BBC Scotland, Burghead 23:00UT/21 ID "BBC R. Scotland" news
810-CJVA-Carraquet,New Brunswick 00:23UT/22 French talk,ID,country music (Like a Local)
855-SPAIN-R. Nacional,Murcia 23:01UT/21 woman w/ news in Spanish
864-FRANCE-France Bleue Paris, Villebon-sur-Yvette 23:03UT/21 news in French by man
870-CUBA-R. Reloj various 7:21UT/22 Spanish,time ticks
880-WCBS-New York,NY 00:42UT/22 Baseball scores,NBA Playoffs talk,ID
909-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live Moorside Edge, 23:00UT/21 news (Good)
945-FRANCE-France Info, Tolouse-Muret 23:41UT/21 commentary in French by woman
950-CUBA-CMBE Arroyo Arenas, 7:02UT/22 Spanish & time ticks
972-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah,Sirt 23:30UT/21 Arabic talk by woman,chants
981-ALGERIA-Alger Chaine 2, Ouled Fayet 1:19UT/22 Arabic music
999-MOLDOVA-Voice of Russia WS, Maiac 22:24UT/21 Russian talk (Strong) also @ 2.11UT
1008-NETHERLANDS-GrootNieuws Radio Zeewolde, 23:15UT/21 Inspirational songs, Dutch talk (Like A Local)
1010-WINS-New York,NY 23:56UT/21 Moneytalk prg,Traffic,ID
1017-GERMANY-SWR Wolfsheim, 22:24UT/21 man & woman in German
1020-CUBA-CMLE R. Reloj Victoria de la Tunas 7:04UT/22 Spanish,time ticks **NEW** (AW)
1026-SPAIN-SER various 1:18UT/22 Spanish teletalk
1035-PORTUGAL-Star Fm, Belmonte 22:24UT/21 ID in Portugeuse , Simon & Garfunkel song
1044-SPAIN-SER San Sebastian , 22:40UT/21 Spanish teletalk
1053-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah ,Tripoli 21:24UT/21 Arabic talk & chants
1053-ENGLAND-Talskport Radio,Droitwich 22:41UT/21 talk about comedians
1062-DENMARK-Danmarks Radio,Kalundborg 4:31UT/22 news in Danish
1062-ITALY-RAI1-various 4:33UT/22 Italian talk,ment Italia mix w/ Denmark
1080-WTIC-Hartford,Conn 00:48UT/22 talk show,ID
1089-ENGLAND-Talksport Radio, Brookman's Park 21:25UT/21 talk (Good)
1098-SPAIN-R. Nacional various 23:48UT/21
1107-Unidentified 23:52UT/21 Carpenters song (prob. Moray Firth radio)
1107-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 21:32UT/21 man w/ Spanish talk
1116-SPAIN-SER Pontevedra, 21:26UT/21 two men in Spanish
1125-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 22:05UT/21 man in Spanish (good)
1134-CROATIA-Hrvatska R. Zadar, 22:15UT/21 Voice of Croatia ID,news in English
1152-ENGLAND-Clyde 2 Dechmont Hill, 23:57UT/21 Dr. Hook song
1160-BERMUDA-VSB3 Hamilton, 7:32UT/22 BBC Program,news
1161-ENGLAND-Tay AM , Greenside Scalp, 00:10UT/22 Drifters song, ID –"Tay AM" by man **NEW** (AW)
1170-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Sawa Al Dhabbaya 22:02UT/21 Arabic pops
1179-ROMANIA-Romania Acualatiti, Galbeni-Bascau 1:16UT/22 Romanian songs & talk (Good)
1179-SPAIN-SER Valencia 1:17UT/22 Spanish talk (mixing w/ above)
1180-CUBA-R. Rebelde 7:47UT/22 Spanish talk & music
1197-ENGLAND-Absolute Radio, various 23:34UT/21 talking about government
1200-WXKS-Newton,Mass 1:48UT/22 Lowes Ad,ID,talk
1215-ENGLAND-Absolute Radio, various 23:06UT/21 talk in English
1224-Unidentified- 21:31UT/21 woman w/news in Balkan talk (possibly Bulgaria ? )
1224-SPAIN-COPE various 00:12UT/22 Spanish talk & music
1242-FRANCE-France Info, Marseille-Cabries-Realtor 00:12UT/22 French talk
1251-LIBYA-Voice of Africa,Tripoli 21:28UT/21 Arabic chants & talk
1260-Unidentified 22:41UT/21 Arabic talk (likely Saudi Arabia ? )
1260-SPAIN-SER Murcia, 00:52UT/22 Spanish commentary,ID
1269-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk,Neumunster 21:31UT/21 German talk by man
1270-CJCB-Sydney,Nova Scotia 1:58UT/22 Country music,ID Jingle,ads
1278-FRANCE-France Bleue, Selestat 22:4!UT/21 French talk & music
1287-SPAIN-SER various 23:06UT/21 Spanish talk by man (fair)
1296-ENGLAND-R. XL 1296 AM, Langley Mill 22:01UT/21 Travel promo, ID
1305-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 21:31UT/21 woman w/ Spanish news (good)
1314-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – R. Farda, Al Dhabbaya 22:21UT/21 Arabic music,talk,ID
1332-ROMANIA-Romania Actualitati, Galati 00:30UT/22 Romanian talk & songs (Stronger than // 1179)
1341-NORTHERN IRELAND-BBC R. Ulster, Lisnagarvey 22:01UT/21 musical prgm then news
1377-FRANCE-France Info, Lille-Camphin en Carembault 21:30UT/21 news in French
1386-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Bilbao 22:20UT/21 music,ID in Basque language
1404-FRANCE-France Info various 23:06UT/21 news in French by woman
1413-SPAIN-R. Nacional Jaen 23:07UT/21 Spanish commentary by woman
1422-ALGERIA-R. Culture, Alger 00:50UT/22 Arabic talk,electronica music
1422-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk,Heusweiler 00:58UT Classical music
1431-DJIBOUTI-R. Sawa , Arta 21:34UT/21 Arabic pop music,talk
1440-LUXEMBOURG-China Radio Relay, Marnach 22:09UT/21 economics talk in English (Strong)
1449-LIBYA-Voice of Free Libya Meserata,Al-Assah 21:28UT/21 Arabic talk
1458-ALBANIA-R. Tirana via Fllake 21:29UT/21 program in Serbian talk (good)
1467-FRANCE-Transworld Radio via Romoules 22:19UT/21 Religious talk in English(Like A Local)
1476-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Biribilondo 1:47UT/22 Basque talk,music //1386
1485-SER Santander, 1:14UT/22 Spanish talk by woman
1494-FRANCE-France Info, various 22:42UT/21 French talk
1494-FRANCE-France Bleue, Bastia 22:43UT/21 French music & talk (mixing w/ above)
1503-IRAN-IRIB1, Bushehr 23:07UT/21 Persian talk,chanting (Good)
1521-SAUDI ARABIA-BSKSA Duba, 21:22UT/21 Arabic talk by man
1548-ENGLAND-BBC R. Bristol, Mangotsfield 22:00UT/21 BBC News
1557-FRANCE-France Info, Nice-Fontbonne 22:00 woman w/ French news
1575-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Farda,Al Dhabbaya 22:20UT/21 Arabic pops & talk
1600-WUNR-Brookline,Mass 1:45UT/22 Latin music prgrm,Spanish talk


Receivers: SRF-M37V & SRF-39FP barefoot


Good DX

Allen Willie & Dianne Froude
Bristols Hope,Newfoundland
47:43N 53:11W
http://nldxers.110mb.com


Re: Newfoundland Ultralight Radio Trans-Atlantics & Domestics Report April 21-22

Jim Brown
 

hi, superb list of dx there but Clyde 2 is not England but Scotland it is local to the Glasgow area.We Scots are very touchy about being classed as England.. but praise is due to your superb list.I still am waiting for my first T/A dx with my tecsun 606 but it will come!!
Jim

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Allen" <vo1_001_swl@...> wrote:

Hello To All,

Decent propagation last evening despite the high static and noise levels early on that dissipated later.

The first Trans-Atlantic signals appeared earlier than past nights and this session of Dxing became a marathon of sorts for most of the evening and an early morning rise also yielded more good DX.

After almost 3 weeks at this new location , the trend clearly seems to be, hardly any domestic stations are audible from the rest of North America until the wee or early morning hours. The band here from about 20:00UTC until then has been a countless supply of strong Trans-Atlantic signals , many at local sounding levels. Most evenings from St. John's the trend was TA's early on and then domestics taking over. Location Location as they say !

2 new stations this session added to the ULR Log



684-SPAIN-R. Nacional Espana 1 , Sevilla 23:32UT/21 news in Spanish (unusually weaker)
693-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live, Droitwich 22:57UT/21 talk
720-GREENLAND-KNR Simiutaq 00:08UT/22 man in Inuit talk,music
810-ENGLAND-BBC Scotland, Burghead 23:00UT/21 ID "BBC R. Scotland" news
810-CJVA-Carraquet,New Brunswick 00:23UT/22 French talk,ID,country music (Like a Local)
855-SPAIN-R. Nacional,Murcia 23:01UT/21 woman w/ news in Spanish
864-FRANCE-France Bleue Paris, Villebon-sur-Yvette 23:03UT/21 news in French by man
870-CUBA-R. Reloj various 7:21UT/22 Spanish,time ticks
880-WCBS-New York,NY 00:42UT/22 Baseball scores,NBA Playoffs talk,ID
909-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live Moorside Edge, 23:00UT/21 news (Good)
945-FRANCE-France Info, Tolouse-Muret 23:41UT/21 commentary in French by woman
950-CUBA-CMBE Arroyo Arenas, 7:02UT/22 Spanish & time ticks
972-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah,Sirt 23:30UT/21 Arabic talk by woman,chants
981-ALGERIA-Alger Chaine 2, Ouled Fayet 1:19UT/22 Arabic music
999-MOLDOVA-Voice of Russia WS, Maiac 22:24UT/21 Russian talk (Strong) also @ 2.11UT
1008-NETHERLANDS-GrootNieuws Radio Zeewolde, 23:15UT/21 Inspirational songs, Dutch talk (Like A Local)
1010-WINS-New York,NY 23:56UT/21 Moneytalk prg,Traffic,ID
1017-GERMANY-SWR Wolfsheim, 22:24UT/21 man & woman in German
1020-CUBA-CMLE R. Reloj Victoria de la Tunas 7:04UT/22 Spanish,time ticks **NEW** (AW)
1026-SPAIN-SER various 1:18UT/22 Spanish teletalk
1035-PORTUGAL-Star Fm, Belmonte 22:24UT/21 ID in Portugeuse , Simon & Garfunkel song
1044-SPAIN-SER San Sebastian , 22:40UT/21 Spanish teletalk
1053-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah ,Tripoli 21:24UT/21 Arabic talk & chants
1053-ENGLAND-Talskport Radio,Droitwich 22:41UT/21 talk about comedians
1062-DENMARK-Danmarks Radio,Kalundborg 4:31UT/22 news in Danish
1062-ITALY-RAI1-various 4:33UT/22 Italian talk,ment Italia mix w/ Denmark
1080-WTIC-Hartford,Conn 00:48UT/22 talk show,ID
1089-ENGLAND-Talksport Radio, Brookman's Park 21:25UT/21 talk (Good)
1098-SPAIN-R. Nacional various 23:48UT/21
1107-Unidentified 23:52UT/21 Carpenters song (prob. Moray Firth radio)
1107-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 21:32UT/21 man w/ Spanish talk
1116-SPAIN-SER Pontevedra, 21:26UT/21 two men in Spanish
1125-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 22:05UT/21 man in Spanish (good)
1134-CROATIA-Hrvatska R. Zadar, 22:15UT/21 Voice of Croatia ID,news in English
1152-ENGLAND-Clyde 2 Dechmont Hill, 23:57UT/21 Dr. Hook song
1160-BERMUDA-VSB3 Hamilton, 7:32UT/22 BBC Program,news
1161-ENGLAND-Tay AM , Greenside Scalp, 00:10UT/22 Drifters song, ID –"Tay AM" by man **NEW** (AW)
1170-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Sawa Al Dhabbaya 22:02UT/21 Arabic pops
1179-ROMANIA-Romania Acualatiti, Galbeni-Bascau 1:16UT/22 Romanian songs & talk (Good)
1179-SPAIN-SER Valencia 1:17UT/22 Spanish talk (mixing w/ above)
1180-CUBA-R. Rebelde 7:47UT/22 Spanish talk & music
1197-ENGLAND-Absolute Radio, various 23:34UT/21 talking about government
1200-WXKS-Newton,Mass 1:48UT/22 Lowes Ad,ID,talk
1215-ENGLAND-Absolute Radio, various 23:06UT/21 talk in English
1224-Unidentified- 21:31UT/21 woman w/news in Balkan talk (possibly Bulgaria ? )
1224-SPAIN-COPE various 00:12UT/22 Spanish talk & music
1242-FRANCE-France Info, Marseille-Cabries-Realtor 00:12UT/22 French talk
1251-LIBYA-Voice of Africa,Tripoli 21:28UT/21 Arabic chants & talk
1260-Unidentified 22:41UT/21 Arabic talk (likely Saudi Arabia ? )
1260-SPAIN-SER Murcia, 00:52UT/22 Spanish commentary,ID
1269-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk,Neumunster 21:31UT/21 German talk by man
1270-CJCB-Sydney,Nova Scotia 1:58UT/22 Country music,ID Jingle,ads
1278-FRANCE-France Bleue, Selestat 22:4!UT/21 French talk & music
1287-SPAIN-SER various 23:06UT/21 Spanish talk by man (fair)
1296-ENGLAND-R. XL 1296 AM, Langley Mill 22:01UT/21 Travel promo, ID
1305-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 21:31UT/21 woman w/ Spanish news (good)
1314-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – R. Farda, Al Dhabbaya 22:21UT/21 Arabic music,talk,ID
1332-ROMANIA-Romania Actualitati, Galati 00:30UT/22 Romanian talk & songs (Stronger than // 1179)
1341-NORTHERN IRELAND-BBC R. Ulster, Lisnagarvey 22:01UT/21 musical prgm then news
1377-FRANCE-France Info, Lille-Camphin en Carembault 21:30UT/21 news in French
1386-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Bilbao 22:20UT/21 music,ID in Basque language
1404-FRANCE-France Info various 23:06UT/21 news in French by woman
1413-SPAIN-R. Nacional Jaen 23:07UT/21 Spanish commentary by woman
1422-ALGERIA-R. Culture, Alger 00:50UT/22 Arabic talk,electronica music
1422-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk,Heusweiler 00:58UT Classical music
1431-DJIBOUTI-R. Sawa , Arta 21:34UT/21 Arabic pop music,talk
1440-LUXEMBOURG-China Radio Relay, Marnach 22:09UT/21 economics talk in English (Strong)
1449-LIBYA-Voice of Free Libya Meserata,Al-Assah 21:28UT/21 Arabic talk
1458-ALBANIA-R. Tirana via Fllake 21:29UT/21 program in Serbian talk (good)
1467-FRANCE-Transworld Radio via Romoules 22:19UT/21 Religious talk in English(Like A Local)
1476-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Biribilondo 1:47UT/22 Basque talk,music //1386
1485-SER Santander, 1:14UT/22 Spanish talk by woman
1494-FRANCE-France Info, various 22:42UT/21 French talk
1494-FRANCE-France Bleue, Bastia 22:43UT/21 French music & talk (mixing w/ above)
1503-IRAN-IRIB1, Bushehr 23:07UT/21 Persian talk,chanting (Good)
1521-SAUDI ARABIA-BSKSA Duba, 21:22UT/21 Arabic talk by man
1548-ENGLAND-BBC R. Bristol, Mangotsfield 22:00UT/21 BBC News
1557-FRANCE-France Info, Nice-Fontbonne 22:00 woman w/ French news
1575-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Farda,Al Dhabbaya 22:20UT/21 Arabic pops & talk
1600-WUNR-Brookline,Mass 1:45UT/22 Latin music prgrm,Spanish talk


Receivers: SRF-M37V & SRF-39FP barefoot


Good DX

Allen Willie & Dianne Froude
Bristols Hope,Newfoundland
47:43N 53:11W
http://nldxers.110mb.com


Newfoundland Ultralight Radio Trans-Atlantics & Domestics Report April 21-22

Allen Willie
 

Hello To All,

Decent propagation last evening despite the high static and noise levels early on that dissipated later.

The first Trans-Atlantic signals appeared earlier than past nights and this session of Dxing became a marathon of sorts for most of the evening and an early morning rise also yielded more good DX.

After almost 3 weeks at this new location , the trend clearly seems to be, hardly any domestic stations are audible from the rest of North America until the wee or early morning hours. The band here from about 20:00UTC until then has been a countless supply of strong Trans-Atlantic signals , many at local sounding levels. Most evenings from St. John's the trend was TA's early on and then domestics taking over. Location Location as they say !

2 new stations this session added to the ULR Log



684-SPAIN-R. Nacional Espana 1 , Sevilla 23:32UT/21 news in Spanish (unusually weaker)
693-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live, Droitwich 22:57UT/21 talk
720-GREENLAND-KNR Simiutaq 00:08UT/22 man in Inuit talk,music
810-ENGLAND-BBC Scotland, Burghead 23:00UT/21 ID "BBC R. Scotland" news
810-CJVA-Carraquet,New Brunswick 00:23UT/22 French talk,ID,country music (Like a Local)
855-SPAIN-R. Nacional,Murcia 23:01UT/21 woman w/ news in Spanish
864-FRANCE-France Bleue Paris, Villebon-sur-Yvette 23:03UT/21 news in French by man
870-CUBA-R. Reloj various 7:21UT/22 Spanish,time ticks
880-WCBS-New York,NY 00:42UT/22 Baseball scores,NBA Playoffs talk,ID
909-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live Moorside Edge, 23:00UT/21 news (Good)
945-FRANCE-France Info, Tolouse-Muret 23:41UT/21 commentary in French by woman
950-CUBA-CMBE Arroyo Arenas, 7:02UT/22 Spanish & time ticks
972-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah,Sirt 23:30UT/21 Arabic talk by woman,chants
981-ALGERIA-Alger Chaine 2, Ouled Fayet 1:19UT/22 Arabic music
999-MOLDOVA-Voice of Russia WS, Maiac 22:24UT/21 Russian talk (Strong) also @ 2.11UT
1008-NETHERLANDS-GrootNieuws Radio Zeewolde, 23:15UT/21 Inspirational songs, Dutch talk (Like A Local)
1010-WINS-New York,NY 23:56UT/21 Moneytalk prg,Traffic,ID
1017-GERMANY-SWR Wolfsheim, 22:24UT/21 man & woman in German
1020-CUBA-CMLE R. Reloj Victoria de la Tunas 7:04UT/22 Spanish,time ticks **NEW** (AW)
1026-SPAIN-SER various 1:18UT/22 Spanish teletalk
1035-PORTUGAL-Star Fm, Belmonte 22:24UT/21 ID in Portugeuse , Simon & Garfunkel song
1044-SPAIN-SER San Sebastian , 22:40UT/21 Spanish teletalk
1053-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah ,Tripoli 21:24UT/21 Arabic talk & chants
1053-ENGLAND-Talskport Radio,Droitwich 22:41UT/21 talk about comedians
1062-DENMARK-Danmarks Radio,Kalundborg 4:31UT/22 news in Danish
1062-ITALY-RAI1-various 4:33UT/22 Italian talk,ment Italia mix w/ Denmark
1080-WTIC-Hartford,Conn 00:48UT/22 talk show,ID
1089-ENGLAND-Talksport Radio, Brookman's Park 21:25UT/21 talk (Good)
1098-SPAIN-R. Nacional various 23:48UT/21
1107-Unidentified 23:52UT/21 Carpenters song (prob. Moray Firth radio)
1107-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 21:32UT/21 man w/ Spanish talk
1116-SPAIN-SER Pontevedra, 21:26UT/21 two men in Spanish
1125-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 22:05UT/21 man in Spanish (good)
1134-CROATIA-Hrvatska R. Zadar, 22:15UT/21 Voice of Croatia ID,news in English
1152-ENGLAND-Clyde 2 Dechmont Hill, 23:57UT/21 Dr. Hook song
1160-BERMUDA-VSB3 Hamilton, 7:32UT/22 BBC Program,news
1161-ENGLAND-Tay AM , Greenside Scalp, 00:10UT/22 Drifters song, ID –"Tay AM" by man **NEW** (AW)
1170-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Sawa Al Dhabbaya 22:02UT/21 Arabic pops
1179-ROMANIA-Romania Acualatiti, Galbeni-Bascau 1:16UT/22 Romanian songs & talk (Good)
1179-SPAIN-SER Valencia 1:17UT/22 Spanish talk (mixing w/ above)
1180-CUBA-R. Rebelde 7:47UT/22 Spanish talk & music
1197-ENGLAND-Absolute Radio, various 23:34UT/21 talking about government
1200-WXKS-Newton,Mass 1:48UT/22 Lowes Ad,ID,talk
1215-ENGLAND-Absolute Radio, various 23:06UT/21 talk in English
1224-Unidentified- 21:31UT/21 woman w/news in Balkan talk (possibly Bulgaria ? )
1224-SPAIN-COPE various 00:12UT/22 Spanish talk & music
1242-FRANCE-France Info, Marseille-Cabries-Realtor 00:12UT/22 French talk
1251-LIBYA-Voice of Africa,Tripoli 21:28UT/21 Arabic chants & talk
1260-Unidentified 22:41UT/21 Arabic talk (likely Saudi Arabia ? )
1260-SPAIN-SER Murcia, 00:52UT/22 Spanish commentary,ID
1269-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk,Neumunster 21:31UT/21 German talk by man
1270-CJCB-Sydney,Nova Scotia 1:58UT/22 Country music,ID Jingle,ads
1278-FRANCE-France Bleue, Selestat 22:4!UT/21 French talk & music
1287-SPAIN-SER various 23:06UT/21 Spanish talk by man (fair)
1296-ENGLAND-R. XL 1296 AM, Langley Mill 22:01UT/21 Travel promo, ID
1305-SPAIN-R. Nacional 5 various 21:31UT/21 woman w/ Spanish news (good)
1314-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – R. Farda, Al Dhabbaya 22:21UT/21 Arabic music,talk,ID
1332-ROMANIA-Romania Actualitati, Galati 00:30UT/22 Romanian talk & songs (Stronger than // 1179)
1341-NORTHERN IRELAND-BBC R. Ulster, Lisnagarvey 22:01UT/21 musical prgm then news
1377-FRANCE-France Info, Lille-Camphin en Carembault 21:30UT/21 news in French
1386-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Bilbao 22:20UT/21 music,ID in Basque language
1404-FRANCE-France Info various 23:06UT/21 news in French by woman
1413-SPAIN-R. Nacional Jaen 23:07UT/21 Spanish commentary by woman
1422-ALGERIA-R. Culture, Alger 00:50UT/22 Arabic talk,electronica music
1422-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk,Heusweiler 00:58UT Classical music
1431-DJIBOUTI-R. Sawa , Arta 21:34UT/21 Arabic pop music,talk
1440-LUXEMBOURG-China Radio Relay, Marnach 22:09UT/21 economics talk in English (Strong)
1449-LIBYA-Voice of Free Libya Meserata,Al-Assah 21:28UT/21 Arabic talk
1458-ALBANIA-R. Tirana via Fllake 21:29UT/21 program in Serbian talk (good)
1467-FRANCE-Transworld Radio via Romoules 22:19UT/21 Religious talk in English(Like A Local)
1476-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Biribilondo 1:47UT/22 Basque talk,music //1386
1485-SER Santander, 1:14UT/22 Spanish talk by woman
1494-FRANCE-France Info, various 22:42UT/21 French talk
1494-FRANCE-France Bleue, Bastia 22:43UT/21 French music & talk (mixing w/ above)
1503-IRAN-IRIB1, Bushehr 23:07UT/21 Persian talk,chanting (Good)
1521-SAUDI ARABIA-BSKSA Duba, 21:22UT/21 Arabic talk by man
1548-ENGLAND-BBC R. Bristol, Mangotsfield 22:00UT/21 BBC News
1557-FRANCE-France Info, Nice-Fontbonne 22:00 woman w/ French news
1575-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Farda,Al Dhabbaya 22:20UT/21 Arabic pops & talk
1600-WUNR-Brookline,Mass 1:45UT/22 Latin music prgrm,Spanish talk


Receivers: SRF-M37V & SRF-39FP barefoot


Good DX

Allen Willie & Dianne Froude
Bristols Hope,Newfoundland
47:43N 53:11W
http://nldxers.110mb.com


Newfoundland Ultarlight Radio Trans-Atlantics & Domestics Report April 21

Allen Willie
 

Hello To All,

A later DX session last evening as Dianne logged 5 new stations for her ULR Log. Once again a few stations showing up that haven't been heard until now at this new location. This morning we woke up to a bit of winter again as snow blanketed things.


531-ALGERIA-Alger Chaine 1 F'kirina Wilaya d'Oum 3:46UT/21 Arabic talk //549 Stronger
774-SPAIN-R. Nacional, Valencia 00:03UT/21 news in Spanish
810-Unidentified 00:05UT/21 man in different lang CJVA French and BBC Scotland also audible along with this ….. could be Macedonia ?
864-FRANCE-France Bleue Paris Villebon-sur-Yvette 00:15UT/21 French music & talk (Good)
909-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live Moorside Edge, 00:32UT/21 report on Italy nuclear power debate (Good)
972-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah,Sirt 00:56UT/21 Arabic talk
981-ALGERIA-Alger Chaine 2 Ouled Fayet, 00:55UT/21 Arabic music,talk (Good)
1008-NETHERLANDS-Grootnieuws Radio,Zeewolde 00:08UT/21 Religious talk in Dutch,ID,English inspirational songs (Like A Local)
1017-GERMANY-SWR Wolfsheim 00:40UT/21 German talk by man
1089-ENGLAND-Talksport Radio Broomans Park, 00:32UT/21 talk about credit loans (Like Local) Arabic under …Morocco
1143-SPAIN-COPE various 00:34UT/21 Spanish talk by 2 men (Good)
1206-FRANCE-France Info Bordeaux-Neac 1:15UT/21 French talk,news **NEW**(DF)
1269-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk,Neumunster 1:14UT/21 German talk,classical music **NEW**(DF)
1296-ENGLAND-Radio XL 1296 AM, Langley Mill 00:09UT/21 Indian music (Good) Spain under
1305-SPAIN-R. Nacional various 00:35UT/21 woman in Spanish **NEW**(DF)
1314-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Farda, Al Dhabbaya 00:00UT/21 Arabic music,ID
1332-ROMANIA-Romania Actualitati, Galati 00:10UT/21 Romanian songs (Stronger than // 1179)
1341-NORTHERN IRELAND-BBC R. Ulster, Lisnagarvey 00:10UT/21 talk about filmmaker (Like a Local)
1413-SPAIN-R. Nacional ,Jaen 00:02UT/21 woman w/ news in Spanish **NEW**(DF)
1422-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk Heusweiler 00:12UT/21 Classical music,German talk //756
1422-ALGERIA-R. Culture,Alger 1:20UT/21 French talk (**NEW**)(DF)
1449-LIBYA-Voice of Free Libya Meserata, Al-Assah 00:10UT/21 Arabic talk & music (Good)
1458-ENGLAND-Sunrise Radio, Brookmans Park 3:22UT/21 DJ requesting call-ins,promos ,ID
1476-Euskadi Irratia, Biribilondo 00:22UT/21 Classical music ,Basque talk (Good)
1485-SPAIN-SER Soto de la Marina 00:21UT/21 Spanish teletalk
1503-IRAN-IRIB1 Bushehr 00:14UT/21 Persian talk,ment. Iran (Good)
1521-SAUDI ARABIA-BSKSA Duba 00:21UT/21 Arabic music & talk (Like A Local)
1548-ENGLAND-BBC R. Bristol, Mangotsfield 00:02UT/21 BBC News
1575-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Farda Al Dhabbaya 00:15UT/21 Arabic music,ID
1602-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia R. Vitoria Cerro Estibaliz 00:20UT/21 Spanish talk,ID


Receivers: SRF-M37V & SRF-39FP barefoot

Good DX

Allen Willie & Dianne Froude
Bristols Hope,Newfoundland
47:43N 53:11W
http://nldxers.110mb.com


Re: Newfoundland Ultralight Radio Trans-Atlantics & Domestics Report April 19-20

dave_hackwell <dave_hackwell@...>
 

Another great list and a new station from Scotland. Not had that one from Scotland due to local English Tx.

Whilst on the Scottish transmissions, your comment on mediumwave.info was noted too.

Good Dx
Dave

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Allen" <vo1_001_swl@...> wrote:

Hello To All

Noise and static levels diminished last evening from the previous. The lower end of the band below 900 khz also improved in the number of signals offered as well.

1 new station was added to the ULR log.


810-ENGLAND-BBC Scotland, Burghead 00:43UT/20 talk (this one was in all night)
864-FRANCE-France Bleue Paris,Villebon-sur-Yvette, 2:02UT/20 French music & talk
882-ENGLAND-BBC Wales,Washford 2:01UT/20 BBC News
909-ENGLAND-BBC 5 Live Moorside Edge, 00:03UT/20 Sports talk
927-Unidentified 00:47UT/20 Chants (many possibilities here according to EMWG)
936-IRAN-IRIB1,Urumiyeh 00:43UT/20 Chanting
945-FRANCE-France Info Toulouse-Muret 2:00UT/20 news in French by woman
954-Unidentified 2:00UT/20 Arabic talk mixing w/ Spain (possibly Qatar)
972-LIBYA-R. Jamahiriyah,Sirt 00:02UT/20 woman in Arabic talk
1008-NETHERLANDS-GrootNieuws Radio, Zeewolde 23:53UT/19 Inspirational prgm,Dutch talk
1026-IRAN-IRIB1 Tabriz, 00:32UT/20 Chanting
1044-SPAIN-SER Monte Igueldo (San Sebastian) 23:43UT/19 Spanish commentary
1089-ENGLAND-Talksport Radio, Brookmans Park 23:45UT/19 talk about "The Wedding"
1107-ENGLAND-Moray Firth Radio Tarbat Ness, 00:57UT/20 music hits,Scottish accented announcer,ID **NEW** (AW)
1116-SPAIN-SER Pontevedra, 23:55UT/19 man in Spanish (Strong)
1125-Unidentified 1:35UT/20 songs "Eye Of The Tiger" "Kiss Me" then faded
1152-ENGLAND-Clyde 2 Dechmont Hill 23:53UT/19 Eagles,Rod Stewart songs,ID,medical UK promo
1170-SLOVENIA-R. Slovenija Intl, Beli-Kriz 00:08UT/20 Slovenian songs,ID
1179-ROMANIA-Romania Actualitati, Galbeni-Bacau, 22:45UT/19 Rock music ,talk//1332
1188-IRAN-R. Payam,Tehran , 22:45UT/19 Persian talk & music (Good)
1206-FRANCE-France Info, Bordeaux-Neac 22:35UT/19 woman w/ news in French (Good)
1269-GERMANY-Deutschlandfunk, Neumunster 1:37UT/20 Classical music,German talk
1314-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-R. Farda Al-Dhabbaya 1:03UT/20 Arabic music ,ID
1242-FRANCE-France Info, Marseille-Cabries Relator, 00:45UT/20 woman in French talk
1341-NORTHERN IRELAND-BBC R. Ulster Lisnagarvey 22:35UT/19 pop music program
1377-FRANCE-France Info, Lille-Camphin en Carembault 22:20UT/19 French talk & news (Good)
1386-SPAIN-Euskadi Irratia, Bilbao 22:34UT/19 talk in Basque lang. (Good)
1440-LUXEMBOURG-China Radio Relay ,Marnach 22:10UT/19 talk about Economics training (Very Strong @ 00:32UT)
1449-LIBYA-Voice of Free Libya Meserata, Al-Assah 22:18UT/19 Arabic chants
1458-ALBANIA-China Radio Relay Fllake, 22:16UT/19 Polish language program
1467-FRANCE-Transworld Radio via Romoules 22:15UT/19 Religious talk in English
1512-Unidentified 1:39UT/20 Italian or Mediterreanean type talk(Greece ?)
1521-SAUDI ARABIA-BSKSA, Duba 22:18UT/19 Speech in Arabic (Like A Local)


Receivers: SRF-M37V & SRF-39FP barefoot

Good DX

Allen Willie & Dianne Froude
Bristols Hope,Newfoundland
47:43N 53:11W
http://nldxers.110mb.com

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