Date   

New Ultralight Country!

Stephen Ponder <stephen_ponder@...>
 

Heard on Sangean DT-400W
All times UTC
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
800 CKLW Windsor, On, Canada - 01/10/2011 @ 0838 UTC w/ID "Right here on AM 800 CKLW Your Information Station." Signal was in the clear, no sign of co-channel "Radio Canon" XEROK.

Very surprised to hear this one with the disturbed solar condx on the band!

73 & Great DX'ing!

Steve Ponder, N5WBI
Clear Lake City, TX
----------------------


A new old cool ultralight radio

Dennis Gibson <wb6tnb@...>
 

I've been away for quite awhile but unfortunately for all of you I'm back. :)

In 1981, right after the first Sony Walkmen came out (and before CD's!), I paid over $200.00 for a Sony SRF-80W. It was a hot little AM/FM stereo radio with headphones that could be used separately or fit into a slot between two amplified speakers, turning into a fun little and very decent (for its size) sounding boombox. I used to DX with it and it was hot. It pulled off tough splits with no problem and nulled very well. The volume control is set up so both channels go up at the same time or they can be changed independently of each other. I lost track of it when I moved ten years ago. Guess what I found?

Three AAA and four C batteries later it's sitting in the windowsill on 1230 and is keeping up with the best I've got including my Sony ICF-2010 and properly aligned (by Gary of course!) SRF-39FP prison radio, one of my favorites. Lots of great 1980's DX'ing memories are filling my head. Unfortunately I can't compare it to my stock Sangean DT-400W. I have a local on 1250 and selectivity is where it falls down. Is anyone still doing a selectivity mod for it? The last time I looked it was expensive. I don't take things apart. They never work as well as they did before. Here's a YouTube video showing the Sony in action:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SolhPqzthaU

I saw a small Sangean prison radio on Amazon recently and one should be here in a few days. I got the last one! I have no idea if it's any good or if they'll be getting any more but will be fun even if it's not great.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000LUW84K

I haven't kept up with what's hot these days. My birthday was a couple of weeks ago and I got $$ for gifts. I sure don't need any more radios but that's never stopped me before. Any suggestions? I think the last time I was paying attention some relatively inexpensive Chinese radios with DSP were coming out. I have a Grundig G8 but I have three low power locals a mile away and the DSP does weird things in their part of the band.

73


Re: 800! Part 2

Gary DeBock
 

Congratulations John,

Great work on logging 1620-WPTU717 in Ocean City, NJ, and reaching the
lofty level of 800 stations received on Ultralight radios! Your
accomplishment was even more challenging because of your East Coast
location, in the middle of concentrated RF splatter.

The core group of fellow December 2007 Ultralight radio fanatics (and
many others) salute you, and wish you the best in your autumn and
winter DXing efforts!

73, Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)

-----Original Message-----
From: John Cereghin <jcereghin@...>
To: ultralightdx <ultralightdx@...>
Sent: Sat, Oct 1, 2011 7:23 pm
Subject: [ultralightdx] 800! Part 2




In going over my log after finally hitting 800 ULR stations this
morning, I came up with some interesting stats:

1. I started my ULR log on December 13, 2007, so it took a little
less than 4 years to get to 800 stations.
2. I've heard 34 states, 4 provinces and 22 countries
3. Pennsylvania leads the state count with 112 stations, followed by
New York (95), Virginia (86), North Carolina (70) and Maryland (46).
4. I have 67 graveyarders. My best frequency is 1340.
5. My farthest log is 1521-Saudi Arabia at 6057 miles.
6. I have 24 Cubans and 39 Canadians logged. But I only have 2 Mexicans
logged.

--
John Cereghin WDX3IAO  KB3LYP
Smyrna, Delaware
My radio page http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/ (please note NEW site!)
The Ultralight Scoreboard
http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/the-ultralight-scoreboard-2/ (NEW site!)


800! Part 2

John Cereghin <jcereghin@...>
 

In going over my log after finally hitting 800 ULR stations this
morning, I came up with some interesting stats:

1. I started my ULR log on December 13, 2007, so it took a little
less than 4 years to get to 800 stations.
2. I've heard 34 states, 4 provinces and 22 countries
3. Pennsylvania leads the state count with 112 stations, followed by
New York (95), Virginia (86), North Carolina (70) and Maryland (46).
4. I have 67 graveyarders. My best frequency is 1340.
5. My farthest log is 1521-Saudi Arabia at 6057 miles.
6. I have 24 Cubans and 39 Canadians logged. But I only have 2 Mexicans logged.


--
John Cereghin WDX3IAO  KB3LYP
Smyrna, Delaware
My radio page http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/ (please note NEW site!)
The Ultralight Scoreboard
http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/the-ultralight-scoreboard-2/ (NEW site!)


Re: 800!

robert ross
 




From: John Cereghin
To: ultralightdx@...
Sent: Saturday, October 1, 2011 12:36:40 PM
Subject: [ultralightdx] 800!

 
Finally got ultralight station #800 this morning on the PL-310. It
was another HAR station from south Jersey, but a new station is a new
station.

1620, WPTU717, Ocean City NJ, 1100, Ocean City Office of Emergency
Management, mentions of http://www.ocemergency.com/.

The last 4 of my 5 new logs have been TIS/HAR stations from south Jersey.

On to 900!

John Cereghin WDX3IAO  KB3LYP

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

Congratulations John!!! Great Work.......and welcome to the 800 Club.......there are only a handful of Dx'ers that have achieved this feat on a ULR Receiver!!!

I'm sitting here in a Hotel in Ft. Wayne, Indiana after a weeks vacation in Branson, Missouri. I'll be home tomorrow and ready to receive your 800 Award Application then!!

Good Luck on your way to # 900!!

73.............ROB VA3SW

Robert S. Ross
London, Ontario CANADA


1134-Croatia to Cease Transmitting This Month?

Gary DeBock
 

Hello All,

According to a report posted on the ODXA reflector by Andre,
1134-Croatia will cease transmitting on October 29th. If so, this will
take away one of the very few "big gun" TA signals that west coast
DXers could hope to hear when conditions were good.

To my knowledge, 1134-Croatia was the only to TA to have been received
on barefoot Ultralights here on the west coast, having been heard here
(and by Dennis Vroom and others) on a barefoot PL-310 (and Eton E100)
in the autumn of 2009. Andre's original message is pasted below.

73, Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)

Hi everyone,

According to a news item carried today on the European mail reflector
Euroradio, also carried on the French language mail reflector Rglobe,
Croatia is to shut down its MW station on 1134 kHz on the 29th of
october.

Regards,

André


Re: 800

Allen Willie
 

RE: Finally got ultralight station #800 this morning on the PL-310. It
was another HAR station from south Jersey, but a new station is a new
station.

1620, WPTU717, Ocean City NJ, 1100, Ocean City Office of Emergency
Management, mentions of http://www.ocemergency.com/.

The last 4 of my 5 new logs have been TIS/HAR stations from south Jersey.

On to 900!

John Cereghin WDX3IAO KB3LYP
Smyrna, Delaware
My radio page http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/ (please note NEW site!)
The Ultralight Scoreboard
http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/the-ultralight-scoreboard-2/ (NEW site!)


John,

Congrats on reaching the 800 stations heard with the latest one logged. Good Luck in your endeavour towards that 900 mark.

Regards

Allen Willie & Dianne Froude
From the "Hope for DX"


Re: 800!

Kevin Schanilec
 

Way to go, John! 800 is one of those stratospheric numbers that most will never see, so congratulations on your perseverance and skill. On to 900!

Kevin S
Bainbridge Island, WA

--- In ultralightdx@..., John Cereghin <jcereghin@...> wrote:

Finally got ultralight station #800 this morning on the PL-310. It
was another HAR station from south Jersey, but a new station is a new
station.

1620, WPTU717, Ocean City NJ, 1100, Ocean City Office of Emergency
Management, mentions of http://www.ocemergency.com/.

The last 4 of my 5 new logs have been TIS/HAR stations from south Jersey.

On to 900!

John Cereghin WDX3IAO  KB3LYP
Smyrna, Delaware
My radio page http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/ (please note NEW site!)
The Ultralight Scoreboard
http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/the-ultralight-scoreboard-2/ (NEW site!)


Re: Digest Number 1361

n2_ss
 

Thanks much for sharing, John. Your approach to logging is really interesting. Hope you don't mind if I plagiarize some of it!
Regards, Tony

Anthony R Gargano

On Oct 1, 2011, at 12:16 PM, ultralightdx@... wrote:

Re: Logging Question From: kugellagers
1a.

Re: Logging Question

Posted by: "kugellagers" kugellager@...   kugellagers

Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:42 am (PDT)

I also use excel to log all my DX.

Take a look at the link below to my logs in the WTFDA forum to get an idea of how mine are set up.

http://www.wtfda.info/showthread.php?5078-Kugellager-s-Logs

I also create a Google Earth kmz file for everything I log. If you go to the second page in the above link you can see my log from a recent trip to Michigan to get an idea of how it looks. i have my full logs from my home qth done the same way. You can compare the excel version of the Michigan log to its GE kmz.

Cheers,

John
];')

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, Anthony R Gargano wrote:
>
> Wondering what most are using for logging. A logging program? If so, which? A simple homemade spreadsheet? If so, what does your entries layout look like?
> Thanks, Tony
> 
> Anthony R Gargano
> n2ss@...
>







800!

John Cereghin <jcereghin@...>
 

Finally got ultralight station #800 this morning on the PL-310. It
was another HAR station from south Jersey, but a new station is a new
station.

1620, WPTU717, Ocean City NJ, 1100, Ocean City Office of Emergency
Management, mentions of http://www.ocemergency.com/.

The last 4 of my 5 new logs have been TIS/HAR stations from south Jersey.

On to 900!

John Cereghin WDX3IAO  KB3LYP
Smyrna, Delaware
My radio page http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/ (please note NEW site!)
The Ultralight Scoreboard
http://wdx3iao.wordpress.com/the-ultralight-scoreboard-2/ (NEW site!)


I'm back - Two new ones for the log tonight

gmosherat
 

I've not been listening much lately - but what do you know, it's DX season again!

Two new ones for the log tonight

AM 1340, WENT Gloversville, NY - A Graveyard frequency station.
AM 1420 WRSA Saint Albans, VT

Tecsun PL 310 with a Debock version "G" Amidon antenna, peaked for LW frequencies

WENT logged 7:02PM Friday evening 165 miles away
WRSA logged 7:56PM Friday evening 252 miles away

That's numbers 302 & 303 for the Ultralight log

Twist those knobs and listen real hard
Gregory


Re: Logging Question

kugellagers
 

I also use excel to log all my DX.

Take a look at the link below to my logs in the WTFDA forum to get an idea of how mine are set up.

http://www.wtfda.info/showthread.php?5078-Kugellager-s-Logs

I also create a Google Earth kmz file for everything I log. If you go to the second page in the above link you can see my log from a recent trip to Michigan to get an idea of how it looks. i have my full logs from my home qth done the same way. You can compare the excel version of the Michigan log to its GE kmz.

Cheers,

John
];')

--- In ultralightdx@..., Anthony R Gargano <n2ss@...> wrote:

Wondering what most are using for logging. A logging program? If so, which? A simple homemade spreadsheet? If so, what does your entries layout look like?
Thanks, Tony

Anthony R Gargano
n2ss@...


Spanish Regions

patrice.privat
 

hello
 
*567 RNE Murcia
 
*612 RNE Vitoria
 
*900 COPE Vigo
 
*936 RNE Valladolid #247
 
Cheers
 
Patrice


2 new ones on 1530

patrice.privat
 

Hi
 
1530 Romania Actualitati, Mihaileni, ROU Romanian #245
 
1530 Pulse 2 Huddersfield, G, Rock #246
 
CHEERS
 
Patrice
 
Tecsun PL-380


Sony SRF-T615 ($150) Meets the 7" FSL ($150)

Gary DeBock
 

Hello All,

With Canadian Customs (and eventually Rob Ross) about to receive the
first of the new Gatling-gun-like Ferrite Sleeve Loop antennas, it was
time to give Rob's new 7" FSL a final test before it heads north of the
border. To honor (honour) Rob, I chose his favorite (favourite)
Ultralight radio to run the inductive coupling demonstration-- the
legendary Sony SRF-T615.

The SRF-T615 is famous primarily because of its unique combination of
very high AM sensitivity in an extremely compact cabinet, although it
has earned additional fame because of its outstanding audio
reproduction and nulling ability. Selectivity isn't exactly its strong
point, but its enthusiastic owners tend to overlook this shortcoming.
At a cost of $150 before shipping, this Japanese-market model also
leads the Ultralight market in another dubious category-- purchasing
price.

The 7" FSL was designed to provide the performance of a full-sized 4'
(air core) box loop in an extremely compact antenna that would easily
fit on a small desk or table (with under 1 cubic foot of total volume),
all at a price of under $150. Extensive testing and refinement of
various FSL designs made this dream a reality this summer, although the
increasing demand for FSL parts (especially the ferrite rods) may cause
the construction cost to inch up in the future. A photo of Rob's new 7"
FSL next to the Sony SRF-T615 (the team used for the following MP3's)
is posted at http://www.mediafire.com/i/?kkyim1dyypt6qyg

In the following inductive coupling demonstrations a barefoot Sony
SRF-T615 is used to receive a fringe daytime DX station by itself for
the first 15 seconds, then it receives an inductive coupling boost from
the 7" FSL to receive the same fringe station for the next 20 seconds.
The tests were conducted around local noon here in Puyallup, WA, about
35 miles south of Seattle.

610-KONA Pasco, WA (5 kw at 160 miles)
http://www.mediafire.com/?7c78sybokl078yw

980-CKNW New Westminster, BC (50 kw at 170 miles)
http://www.mediafire.com/?kdh4h211kg96kqs
Note: The barefoot SRF-T615 could not receive this station at all, but
only slop from 1000-KOMO. The FSL boosted CKNW's signal, without
boosting the slop from KOMO (both stations directly to the north)

1070-CFAX Victoria, BC (10 kw at 90 miles)
http://www.mediafire.com/?id6dyp3c89k82mn

1640-KDZR Lake Oswego, OR (10 kw at 140 miles)
http://www.mediafire.com/?f2zm4ipqpriqb8f

For those interested in the 7" FSL ("Affordable") model, I've uploaded
the first part of an upcoming article, containing a parts list, a
general overview of construction, and the steps necessary to build the
antenna up through the ferrite sleeve. Because of other ongoing
projects the article is still unfinished, but it should be sufficient
for DXers to make a decision about whether to build the 7" FSL model,
and get well into construction if they choose to begin ordering parts.
The first part of the article is posted at
http://www.mediafire.com/?23tu5st7hxncnwp

73 and Good DX,
Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)


Re: Logging Question

Bob Coomler <w6rjc@...>
 

Tony, Over the years I've used a number of commercial logging programs (still do for hamming), but  a basic Excel log works the best for me for listening applications.  It can be set up how I want, the data is easily sorted and even for a card carrying Luddite like me, it is easily put together.  For MW, I generally have columns for station, frequency, city, s/p, country, signal, date, time, power, distance and remarks.  Other applications can include bearing, programming, equipment used, last heard, etc. Not an aesthetic wonder of the world, but Excel gets the job done.
 
Bob Coomler
Tucson, AZ

From: Anthony R Gargano
To: ultralightdx@...
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2011 3:02 PM
Subject: [ultralightdx] Logging Question

 
Wondering what most are using for logging. A logging program? If so, which? A simple homemade spreadsheet? If so, what does your entries layout look like?
Thanks, Tony

Anthony R Gargano
n2ss@...




Logging Question

n2_ss
 

Wondering what most are using for logging. A logging program? If so, which? A simple homemade spreadsheet? If so, what does your entries layout look like?
Thanks, Tony

Anthony R Gargano
n2ss@...


my 242 stations (2 US stns excluded)

patrice.privat
 

531 RTA1 Ain-El Beida, ALG, Arabic
540 Onda Cero Barcelona, E, Spanish
540 Kossuth ,Solt, HNG, Hungarian
540 SNRT1 Sidi Bennour,MRC,Arabic
549 RTA1 Sidi Hamadouche,ALG, Arabic
549 Deutschland Funk Nordkirchen,D, German
558 RNE5,E, Spanish
558 Voice of Russia relay,Monte Ceneri, SUI, French
567 RNE5,E, Spanish
567 RAI1,I,Italian
576 SWR Stuttgart,D,German
576 RNE5 Barcelona,E, Spanish
585 RNE1,E, Spanish
594 Radio Renascenca, Muge, POR,Portuguese
603 France Info, Lyon,F,French
603 Antena Satelor, Bucharest, ROU, Romanian
612 RNE1,E, Spanish
612 SNRT1,Sebaa Aioun, MRC,Arabic
621 RTBF1 Wavre,BEL,French
621 RNE1,E, Spanish
630 Voice of Russia relay, Braunschweig,D, Russian
630 Radio Timisoara, ROU,Romanian
630 RTT Tunis,TUN,Arabic
639 CRO Prague, CZE,Czech
639 RNE1 La Coruna,E, Spanish 14sep0729
648 NOS1,Orfordness,G,Dutch
648 RNE1 Badajoz, E,Spanish
648 Radio Murski Val,Murska Sobota,SVN, Slovenian
657 RNE5,Madrid,E, Spanish
657 RAI1,I,Italian
666 SWR Rohrdorf,D,German
666 SER, E,Spanish
666 RDP1 POR,Portuguese
675 Sawt Al Libya, Benghazi, LBY,Arabic
675 Radio Maria Nederland,Lopik,NLD,Dutch
684 RNE1,Sevilla,E, Spanish
684 RTT Medenine,TUN,Arabic
693 BBC5 Droitwich,G,English
702 China Radio Relay,Monaco,MCO,Various
711 France Info,Rennes,F,French
720 BBC4 Lisnagarvey,G,English
720 RDP1 POR,Portuguese
729 RNE1,Oviedo E, Spanish
738 RNE Catalunya Barcelona E, Catalan
747 NOS5 Zeewolde,NLD,Dutch
756 Deutschland Funk,Braunschweig, D,German
756 Radio Euzkadi,Bilbao,E,Spanish
765 BSKSA Holy Qu'ran Qurayyat, ARS,Arabic
765 BBC Essex,Chelmsford,G,English
774 RNE1 Valencia,E, Spanish
774 RNE1 Caceres E,Spanish
783 MDR Info,Leipzig,D,German
783 Rock and Gol,Barcelona,E,Spanish
783 ORTAS1,Tartus,SYR,Arabic
792 France Info,Limoges,F,French
801 Bayern 1,Munich,D,German
801 RNE1 Lugo,E, Spanish
810 SER, Madrid E,Spanish
810 BBC Scotland,Burghead,English
810 Makedonija Radio1,Skopje,MKD,Macedonian
819 Radio Euzkadi San Sebastian,E,Spanish
819 ERTU General Batrah,EGY,Arabic
819 RAI1,I,Italian
828 NDR Hannover,D,German
828 Radio 10 Gold,Heinenoord,NLD,Dutch
837 COPE Sevilla sep14 0658,E,Spanish
837 France Info,Nancy,F,French
846 Radio North,Redcastle, IRL, English
855 RNE1,Santander, E, Spanish sep28 0754
855 Romania Actualitati,Bucharest,ROU,Romanian
864 France Bleu,Paris,F,French
873 American Forces Radio,Frankfurt,D,English
873 SER Santiago Compostella, E,Spanish, 12sep0657
882 COM Radio, Barcelona, E, Catalan
882 BBC Wales,Washford,G,English
891 RTA1 Alger, ALG, Arabic
891 Radio 538,Hulsberg,NLD,Dutch
900 COPE ,E,Spanish
900 Radio Popular Bilbao,E, Spanish
900 RAI1,I,Italian
909 BBC5,Brookmans Park,G, English
918 Radio Intercontinental,Madrid, E,Spanish
918 Slovenija,Ljulbljana ,SVN,Slovenian
927 VRT1 Wolvertem, BEL,Dutch
936 RNE5,Alicante E, Spanish
936 RAI1,I,Italian
945 France Info,Toulouse,F, French
954 CRO Brno, CZE,Czech
954 Onda Cero Madrid , E, Spanish
954 QBS Al Arish, QAT,Arabic
963 Radio Euzkadi,San Sebastian,E,Spanish
963 China Radio Relay,Pori, FIN,Various
963 Buzz Asia,London,G,English
972 RNE1,E, Spanish
972 NDR Info,Hamburg,D, German
972 Buzz Asia,West London, G,English
981 RTA2 Ouled Fayet, ALG, Berber
981 ERA Sports Athens,GRC,Greek
981 RAI Trieste Locale,I,Italian
990 Deutschland Radio Kultur,Berlin, D,German
990 SER Bilbao, E,Spanish
999 BSKSA Holy Qu'ran, Tabuk, ARS,Arabic
999 COPE ,Madrid,E,Spanish
999 RAI1,I,Italian
999 PMR Radio, Grigoriopol, MDA,Russian
1008 SER, E,Spanish
1008 GrooteNieuws Radio,Zeewolde,NLD,Dutch
1017 SWR Wolfsheim D, German
1017 RNE5,E, Spanish
1026 SER Reus, E,Catalan, 11sep2157
1026 BBC Cambrigdeshire,Chesterton Fen, G,English
1026 IRIB Tabriz Region, IRN,Farsi
1035 BBC Asian Network,Sheffield,G,English
1035 Northsound, Aberdeen, G,English
1035 Star FM Belmonte,POR,Portuguese
1044 MDR Info,Dresden,D,German
1044 SER,Valladolid E,Spanish 14sep0727
1053 COPE ,E,Spanish
1053 Radio Mariya,St Petersburg, RUS, Russian
1053 Talksport,Droitwich, G,English
1062 RAI1,I,Italian
1062 IRIB Kerman Region,IRN, Farsi
1071 Talksport,Newcastle,G,English
1071 IRIB,Qom Ma'aref ,IRN,Farsi
1080 SER Huesca, E,Spanish sept15 0728
1089 Talksport, Brookmans Park, G,English
1098 RNE5,E, Spanish
1107 AFN Kaiserslautern,D,English
1107 Radio Beograd, Novi Sad, SRB,Serbian
1107 RNE5,E, Spanish
1116 SER Albacete E, Spanish 16sep 0650
1116 SER Pontevedra, E,Spanish 16sep 0656
1116 BBC Guernsey, Saint Peter, G, English
1116 BBC Radio Derby G English
1116 RAI1,I,Italian
1116 MR-6 Miskolc, HNG,Hungarian
1125 RNE5,E, Spanish
1134 COPE Pamplona ,E,Spanish
1134 Hrvatski Radio,Zadar,HRV,Croatian
1134 Radio Kuwait, Sulaibiyah, KWT,Arabic
1143 American Forces Radio,Ditzingen,D,English
1143 COPE Reus ,E,Spanish
1143 Golos Rossii, Bolshakovo, RUS,Russian
1152 Romania Actualitati, Cluj-Napoca, ROU, Romanian
1152 RNE5,E, Spanish
1152 LBC London, E, English
1161 BBC Southern Counties, Bexhill,G, English
1161 Gold,Swindon,G,English
1161 Magic 1161, Hull, G, English
1161 Tay AM Dundee, G,English
1170 Gold,Ipswich/Portsmouth,G,English
1170 Swansea Sound, Swansea, G, English
1170 Capodistria,Beli Kriz,SVN,Italian
1179 Antenne Saar,Heusweiler, D,German
1179 SER, Logrono, E,Spanish 13sep0728
1179 Romania Actualitati, Bacau ROU Romanian
1179 Macedonias 2,Thessaloniki,GRC,Greek
1188 MDR Info,Goerlitz,D,German
1188 MR-4 Marcali,HNG,Slovak
1188 IRIB Tehran Payam, IRN,Farsi
1197 Absolut Radio,Brighton/Torbay/Werburgh,G,English
1206 France Info, Bordeaux,F,French
1215 Absolut Radio,Brookmans P/Droitwich/Washford,G,English
1224 Radio Bulgaria,Vidin,BGR,Various
1233 Absolut Radio,Northampton/Manningtree,G,English
1242 France Info,Marseille, F,French
1242 Absolut Radio,Boston/Stockton Tees,G,English
1251 Voice of Africa, Tripoli, LBY, Arabic
1251 Gold, Great Barton, G,English
1251 NOS5 Hulsberg,NLD,Dutch
1260 Absolut Radio,Bristol/Lydd,G,English
1269 Deutschland Funk,Neumunster,D,German
1269 COPE ,E,Spanish
1278 France Bleu Strasbourg,F,French/Alsatian
1287 SER Burgos, E,Spanish sep21 0658
1296 Radio Nederland, Orfordness, G, Dutch
1296 Radio XL,Birmingham,G,English/Indian languages
1305 RNE5,E, Spanish
1305 Premier Christian Radio,London,G,English
1314 RNE5 Tarragona E, Catalan
1314 RNE5 Salamanca, E, Spanish
1314 Radio Farda Al Dhabbaya,UAE,Farsi
1323 Voice of Russia relay, Wachenbrunn D, French
1323 Gold, Brighton G English
1332 CRO Moravske Budejovice, CZE , Czech
1332 Premier Christian Radio,East London,G,English
1341 Onda Cero Almeria/Ciudad Real E Spanish
1341 BBC Ulster,Lisnagarvey,G,English
1350 Radio Orient,Nice,F,French/Arabic
1359 Gold Cardiff,Chelmsford, Coventry G,English
1368 Manx Radio, Isle of Man, G, English
1377 France Info Lille,F,French
1377 TWR Gavar, ARM, Farsi
1386 Euzkadi Irratia,Bilbao,E,Basque
1395 TWR Filake,ALB,Hungarian
1395 Voice of Russia relay,Orenburg,RUS, Russian
1404 France Info Grenoble/Pau/Brest,Dijon F,French
1404 Frequenza Mora Ajaccio,F,Corsican
1413 SWR Ulm, D, German
1413 RNE5 Pontevedra ,E, Spanish
1413 Golos Rossii, Grigoriopol, MDA Russian
1422 Deutschland Funk,Hausweiler,D,German
1422 RTA Ouled Fayed, ALG, Arabic
1431 Voice of Russia relay,Dresde,D,Russian
1431 Gold Southend, G, English
1440 China Radio Relay,Marnach, LUX German
1449 RAI1,I,Italian
1449 Sawt Al Lybia,Misrata,LBY,Arabic
1458 Sunrise Radio,Brookmans Park,G,English/Hindi
1467 TWR Roumoules, F, Arabic
1476 Euzkadi Irratia,San Sebastian,E,Basque
1485 Punto Radio, Villanova i Geltru E, Spanish
1485 BBC Southern Counties, Brighton,G, English
1485 Gold Newbury G English
1494 France Info,Clermont,Besançon,Bayonne,F,French
1494 Frequenza Mora Bastia,F, Corsican
1503 RNE5,E, Spanish
1503 BBC Radio Stoke,G,English
1503 Betar Bangla, East London, G, Bengali
1503 IRIB Bushehr Main ,IRN,Farsi
1512 ERA Chania, Creta, GRC,Greek
1512 Radio Zanussie, Dutch pirate, NLD
1512 IRIB Ardabil Region ,IRN,Farsi
1521 BSKSA Main Duba,ARS,Arabic
1521 SER Castellon, E, Spanish 16sep 0657
1530 Radio Vatican, CVA,French/Various
1530 TWR Pinheira, Sao Tome, STP, English
1539 Evangeliums Rundfunk Mainflingen, D, German
1539 SER Manresa , E,Catalan
1548 Gold Saffron Green,G,English
1557 France Info,Nice,F,French
1557 Gold Northampton, G, English
1566 County Sound Radio, Guildford, G,English
1566 BBC 5 Live,Taunton,G,English
1575 RAI1,I,Italian
1575 Radio Farda Al Dhabbaya,UAE,Farsi
1584 BBC East Midlands,Mansfield, G, English
1602 Radio Euzkadi,Vitoria, E, Spanish
1602 SER, E,Spanish
1602 Desi Radio, London, G, Punjabi
1611 Radio Vatican, CVA,Various
1646 Radio Barones (pirate), NLD,Dutch/English


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unidentified Spanish on 1220 kHz

Carl DeWhitt
 

? 1220 0908-0911 EDT 9/29/2011
While listening to WCPH 1220 Etowah ,TN,I heard underneath them an unidentified Spanish language station.When the broadside of my new homebrew 4 foot loop was turned mostly east-west,I could null out WCPH to hear the Spanish station in the clear at fair level.I could not stay with it to i.d. time.Music and talk were heard.One possibility maybe WOTS Kisssimmee,FL a Spanish language station relaying WPRD Winter Park,FL.This is the only possibility I could find in a nearby state.
Carl DeWhitt KI5SF
Maryville,TN

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