All times UTC, frequencies in kHz, English unless otherwise indicated // parallel frequencies.
* sign-on - sign-off *
English unless otherwise indicated
BBC World Service relay. 17830, 1928. Station identification to world news. Noted on // 15400 via Ascension Island. SIO 333. (S MacKenzie, CA)
Radio Australia. 12080, 2015. Piano jazz music program, mixing with Voice of America via Botswana relay. SIO 333. (S MacKenzie, CA)
Bangalesh Betar. 7250, 1227. Big S-10 signal. Station interval signal plainly recognized at 1228 even though modulation was very weak. Male announcer at 1230 but coundn't copy. (D Valko, PA/HCDX).
Radio Station Belarus. 7360, 2245-2300. English programming with local pop music and brief one minute news item at 2259. Fair signal, but much weaker on // 7390. No other parallel freqs noted. (B Alexander, PA).
Radio Netherlands relay. 17810, 1931. Press Freedom segment with SIO 444 // Bonaire relays 15314 (SIO 444) // 15525 (SIO 444). (S MacKenzie, CA).
Voice of America relay. 13710, 2005. VOA programming and comments to Afro pop music program. (S MacKenzie, CA).
CFVP. 6030, 1249-1256. Country and western music to 1251, followed by Secret Sound contest promo. Station ID as "Classic Country AM 1060." Back to music at 1252 for good signal, and much better than usual. (J Wilkins, CO).
China Radio International. 13640, 2306. Japanese service with two lady announcers text and conversation. Additional CRI noted; 11820, 0019 Chinese; 11900, 0025 Chinese; 11990, 0043 Cambodian. (S MacKenzie, CA)
CPBS. 12045, 0047. Chinese service of music and text. SIO 333. (S MacKenzie, CA)
Gannan PBS (presumed). 3990, 1212. Talk by lady announcer in Chinese (or Chinese dialect) under amateur radio operators. Signal too weak. Xinjiang is supposed to be here as well but isn't schedule to sign-on until alittle later. (D Valko, PA/HCDX).
Echo of Hope. 3985, 1214. Obviously a station here as it was beibng jammed. Talk via male/female host in Asian language. Voice of the People 3912 also noted at the same time and also being jammed with buzzing jammer. (D Valko, PA/HCDX).
Echo of Hope. (presumed) 6003.01, 1125-1135. Local musical ballads to talk in unknown language. Fair signal but occasional adjacent channel splatter. (B Alexander, PA).
Shiokaze 5985, *1400-1430.* Heard in Korean today and noted "Inmira Shiokaze..." Good signal. (J Wilkins, CO).
HJDH Marfil Estereo. 5910, 0019-0025. Easy-listening vocals to male/female announcers Spanish text. SIO 333, using LSB for better quality. (H Frodge, MI).
Radio Exterior de Espana relay. 3350, 0228. SIO 333. Annoincer's programming notes to religious vocal music. (S. MacKenzie, CA)
Radio Nacional Venezuela relay. 15290, 1955. Spanish service of music, ID and programming notes. SIO 444. (S MacKenzie, CA).
Radio Djibouti. 4780, *0300-0315. Sign-on with national anthem following opening station announcements. Qu'ran recitaitons at 0303 to Arabic talk. Fair signal quality. (B Alexander, PA).
Radio Chaskis via Otavalo. (presumed) 4909.21, 1050-1100. Spanish programming including Ecuadorian music. Poor to fair signal quality. (B. Alexander, PA).
Radio Cairo (presumed). 6290, 2335-2350. Arabic commentary to station fanfare at 2344. SIO 343. Brief utility QRM at 2339 with echo effect feedback imparing copy. (H Frodge, MI).
Radio Nacional Malabo. 6250, 0601-0612. Spanish. Local pop music with brief announcements and presumed newscast including mentions of "Malabo." and "Bata." Correspondents reports amid moderate signal and SINPO 34333 until abrupt disapperance in mid-sentence at 0612. (J Evans, TN).
Croatian Radio. 7285, 2324-2330. Croatia Today with feature on Nichola Tesla. Extensive station ID and schedule spot at 2328 after headlines. SIO 343. (H Frodge, MI).
Croatian Radio. 3984.84, 2315-2329. Croatia Today program of English news topics to weather forecast. Much better on // 7285 via Germany. (B Alexander, PA).
Trans World Radio. 13630, 2303. Chinese text and features presented by female announcer. SIO 333. (S. MacKenzie, CA)
Radio Verdad. 4052, 0354. Spanish programming of inspirational music by a chorus and religious talk between selections. Fair signal quality. (J Wood, TN).
HRMI. 3340, 0340-0347. Spanish station identification as "Radio Misiones Internacional." Male's religious text with Spanish and English translations. Fair signal. (J Wood, TN).
Radio Luz y Vida. 3250.07, 1151-1215. Quiet religious music to long commerical string at 1201. Extended schedule of influenza vaccinations avaible in various hamlets, into music at 1215. (J Wilkins, CO).
Radio Luz y Vida 3249, 0331-0337. Spanish religious programming giving a USA address. Fair signal quality. (J Wood, TN).
All India Radio-Kurseong (presumed). Period of Hindi vocal music. Appeared to be parallel with other AIR stations carrying the news when checked 121-1235. Seemed strong enough but audio level is too low. (D Valko, PA).
RRI-Palangkaraya. 3325, 1317-1355. The much loved (by me) primitve music now ghoes past 1330-to at least 1355 tune-out. (J Wilkins, CO).
Radio Japan/NHK. 13650, 2307. Japanese service mixing with China Radio International via Cuba. SIO 444. (S MacKenzie, CA).
Radio Waves relay. 9290, 2304-2320. Pop music program to announcer's text. Poor signal with some signal noise, fading down to only carrier at 2320. No ID noted. (J Evans, TN).
Asyik FM via Kajang. Announcer chat from male/female duo. Vocal music and phone calls. No top-of-the hour break. Good signal and improving. (J Wilkins, CO).
China Radio Internaitonal relay. 11975, 2255. Chinese service of male/female announcers with comments and program text. SIO 433. (S MacKenzie, CA).
Radio Mauritania. 4845, 2235-2245. Upbeat African music featuring stringed instruments. Great signal for SINPO 43333. (J Evans, TN).
XEOI/Radio Mil (presumed). 6010, 0009-0019. Spanish talk and phone-in calls with mentions of "Campeche." Using USB helps signal due to Cuba Hash from 6000 in Spanish. (H Frodge,MI).
Radio Myanmar. 5985.8, 1338-1359. Long talk in presumed Burmese. QRM-free to 1359 when Shiokaze turned on their carrier on 5985 kHz. (J Wilkins, CO).
Radio Nepal. 5005, 1131-1200. Basically only a carrier noted, but bits of audio around 1137 and 1210. (D Valko, PA/HCDX).
Radio Nigeria via Kaduna. 4769.94, 0534-0541. Male announcer "RNK" identificaiton spot at 0538. SIO 333. Using LSB helps with utility QRM. (H Frodge, MI).
Papua New Guinea
Radio New Ireland. 3905, 1245. Best PNG noted at 1245 with reggae music. Announcers time check and song announcement, followed by island music. Two Top 40 pop songs, lucky to hear brief sign-off identification. Instrumental national anthem at 1301-1302.* Carrier stayed on to at least 1307. (D Valko, PA/HCDX).
Radio Cultural 4955, 2305-2315. Spanish announcements from female sufferinf from CODAR interference. SINPO 22222. (J Evans, TN).
Voice of America relay. 15150, 2315. Questions for You program in Special English. SIO 433. 11805, 0008 Indonesian. (S MacKenzie, CA)
Radio Veritas Asia. 11935, 0028. Karen service with text and music to Tamil service at 0030. (S MacKenzie, CA).
KFBS. 12090, 2359. "KFBS" identification, program and station info to sign-off. (S MacKenzie, CA).
KBS World. 11810, 0015. Korean service. Program news and segments. SIO 333. (S MacKenzie, CA).
Radio Taiwan International. 11885, 2245. Chinese service of text and Asian music, despite Chinese jammer interference. (S MacKenzie, CA).
Radio Thailand. 9810, 1230-1300. Opening in English with comments and news at 1232. Station editorial with fair signal quality. (B Alexander, PA)
Voice of Turkey. 7240, 0450-0456.* Closing bits of news to sign-on announcement and station ID. First English log of VOT in quite a while. Good signal quality. (J Wood, TN).
Radio Japan relay. 5975, 0506-0510. News of Japan segment to program What's Up Japan at 0510. Station ID as "NHK Tokyo." SIO 444. (H Frodge, MI)
WHRI. 5835, 0514. Religious programming with SIO 544. (H Frodge, MI).
WINB. 13570, 2010. Religious sermon featuring Israel. SIO 433. (S MacKenzie, CA).
The Voice Africa. 4965, 2223-2303. Programming of alternating religious text and talk amid religious music. Poor signal quality with heavy CODAR interference. SINPO 22222. (J Evans, TN).
ZNBC (Program 1), 5915, *0240-0255. Sign-on with Fish Eagle interval signal and choral national anthem at 0251. Local tribal music to vernacular talk. Fair signal quality. (B Alexander, PA).
(Contributors: Stewart MacKenzie, CA; Jim Evans, TN; Harold Frodge, MI; Dave Valko, PA/Cumbre DX; John Wilkins, CO; Joe Wood, TN: Brian Alexander, PA)