2007-11-19

TIPS FROM ANKER PETERSEN

Dear DX-friends,

Here are some more tips heard on my AOR AR7030PLUS with 28 metres of longwire:

3320 1430-1440 KRE 17-11 PBS, Pyongyang Korean ann, Korean choir and music 25232 // 6250 (33433) and 6398.7 (23222) AP-DNK

3325 1435-1445 INS 17-11 RRI Palangkaraya Bahasa Indonesia speech 24232 CWQRM - best in USB AP-DNK

3925 2210-2220 J 17-11 Nikkei R Broadcasting Corp., Nagara Japanese talk by man and woman, best heard in USB due to noise QRM 32332 AP-DNK

4750 1415-1600* BGD 17-11 Bangladesh Betar, Khabirpur Bengali/English Back on the air after one day closed during severe cyclone! Bengali talks and songs, 1530 news in English about the cyclone, strongest around 1415! QRM Qinghai PBS (QSA 3) 43433 deteriorating to 23232 AP-DNK

7400 *0730-0800* BUL 18-11 R Bulgaria, Sofia English ID, schedule, Special 50 years Jubilee DX-programme with interview of the host for 50 years, Dimiter Petrov 55545 heard // 9400 (55554) AP-DNK

N3985 0240-0400 HRV 15-11 Glas Hrvatske, Deanovec Croatian ann, non-stop pop music, but also English news 0300-0315 and Spanish news incl. news about reelection of Danish Premier Anders Fogh Rasmussen ex 3984.8 55555 // e.g. 1134 MW and via Juelich 7285. There was a spurious signal on 3943.75 (45441) AP-DNK

4699.36 2315-2400 BOL 16-11 R San Miguel, Riberalta (t) Spanish talk 15111 AP-DNK

N4760.05 1900-2300* LBR 15-11 ELWA, Monrovia reactivated! English Continuous African hymns 34343 AP-DNK

4790.11 2330-2340 PRU 16-11 R Visión, Chiclayo (p) Spanish ann, pop music 25122 AP-DNK

5035.0 0005-0015 B 17-11 R Aparecida, Aparecida, SP Portuguese religious talk 34232 // 6135 (32442). Another weak Brazilian was heard underneath on 5035 AP-DNK

6035 *0000-0010 BTN 17-11 Bhutan Broadcasting Service, Sangaygang Dzongkha ann, Horn fanfares 33333 Weaker signal than a month ago, QRM from Colombia AP-DNK

7330 0940-1100* RUS 17-11 Radiostantsiya Tikhiy Okean, Vladivostok Russian talk 25232 heard // 5960 (14121) AP-DNK

N15675 *1400-1405 CLA Th 15-11 Southern Sudan Instruction R Instructions, via Meyerton English ID, gong, teaching in slow English

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