Last weekend’s all-MFSK32 “set
it and forget it” broadcast of VOA Radiogram worked well for most listeners, so
we will do another one this weekend. This time, however, the program includes
six MFSK32 images.
Here is the lineup for VOA
Radiogram, program 51, 22-23 March 2014 (all in MFSK32 centered on 1500 Hz):
1:33 Program preview
2:33 Russia Internet, with
7:36 Greenland ice sheet,
13:45 Power from ocean
waves, with image
19:26 Winter's slow
retreat, with 2 images
25:30 Closing announcements
and VOA Radiogram logo
VOA Radiogram transmission
schedule (all days and times
UTC): Sat 0930-1000 5745 kHz Sat 1600-1630 17860 kHz Sun 0230-0300 5745
kHz Sun 1930-2000 15670 kHz All via the Edward R. Murrow transmitting
station in North Carolina.
KBC (transmitter in Germany) will
broadcast a minute of MFSK64 Saturday at about 1230 UTC on 6095 kHz, and Sunday
at about 0130 UTC (Saturday 9:30 pm EDT) on 7375 kHz. Reception reports to Eric:
Amateur radio digital
nets: As KD9XB, I usually check into
the New York NBEMS net Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Eastern (1400Z) on 7036 kHz, and
the Pennsylvania NBEMS net Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Eastern (1500Z) on 7072.5 kHz.
Each is USB, starting with Olivia 8-500 centered on 1500 Hz, then changing to
MFSK32 or other mode for messages.
I have just about finished
responding to VOA Radiogram reception reports from the weekend of 8-9 March, and
will now start on reports from 15-16 March (program 50). Eventually, I will