martes, 14 de agosto de 2012

QSL de despedida de la Emisión en Inglés de Radio Nederland

Datos de mi reportes enviados:

Report 1: Date/Time: June 29, 2012 / 02:00-02:57 (UTC) Frequency: 6165 KHz Language: English SINPO: 45544 in few moments, it reach the 55555! excellent signal. Very Strong signal!!! Remarks: Male announcer presents the last transmission in SW of RNW, after 65 years… a fragments of audios recorded from the history of RNW…female announcer, continues with the last program… “This is the very last transmission…” and comments regarding of programs, as Happy Station… the music of past in the radio show of RNW… some fragments of more programs… at the final minutes the female announcer thanks to listeners of RNW. Address of RNW and e-mail for contact. Announcements with music…and the signal interval. “Good Bye” were the last words.
I recorded a audio file directly from receiver to PC and I attached in the link (site for my Dxing recording):
File: RNW_29jun2012_6165_0200-0257utc_English.mp3
For you can to verify your signal received here in Mexico.
Report 2:
Date/Time: June 29, 2012 / 11:30-11:58 (UTC) Frequency: 9795 KHz Language: Bahasa Indonesia SINPO: 34433 in some seconds, the signal is “cut” as if the transmitter was turned off. And in the final minutes the signal decrease. Remarks: Comments or interviews, some persons were talking, they mentions words as “Jakarta”, “Indonesia”… (I did not understand the content).
For to verify, I recorded a audio file directly from receiver to PC and I attached in the link (site for my Dxing recording):
File: RNW_29jun2012_9795_1130utc.mp3
For you can to verify your signal received here in Mexico.

Receiver: ALINCO Communications Receiver, Model DX-R8T. (Without other special accessories for antenna or filters)
Antenna: Longwire: 15 meters long and 7 meters height.
PC used: PC –assembled for me-with Windows 7 and Audacity 1.3.12-Beta for audio recording software (without special interface, only output receiver to sound card PC)

jueves, 9 de agosto de 2012

QSL recibida de Undercover Radio!!!

QSL recibida de Undercover Radio, verificando la escucha del 23 Abril 2012, 03:10 UTC en la frecuencia de 6925 KHz.
Verificada por el Dr. Benway.
Radio utilizado: Alinco DX-R8T con antena de hilo largo 15 mts. x 5 mts. de altura.

Date/Time: April 23, 2012 / 03:10-04:01 (UTC)
Frequency: 6.925 MHz
Mode: AM, better audio using USB Mode in moments.
SIO (Signal, Interference, Overall): 343 Moderate signal, local noise and atmospheric.
Call sign: Undercover Radio
03:10 – 04:01, Id of Undercover Radio –Dr. Benway-, Address, music –some songs-, comments, interview… (For more details I sent  a CD with MP3 file of my listening recorded)

Receiver: Communications Receiver, Model DX-R8T.
Antenna: Longwire: 15 meters long, and 5 meters height.
También incluí un CD con audio grabado de mi escucha.

Información de la emisora:

QSL conmemorativa del Armed Forces Day May 19, 2012!!!

QSL verificando mi reporte de recepción del día 12 Mayo 2012, comunicaciones entre radioaficionados y personal de comunicaciones en el Evento "63rd Annual Military to Amateur Cross Band Communications Test".
La captación de la estación NBL, en 20 metros, modo USB voz.
Date/Time: Mayo 12, 2012 / 21:04-21:12 Z (UTC)
Frequency: 14.391.50 MHz
Mode: USB
SIO (Signal, Interference, Overall): 322 Moderate signal, atmospheric and statically noise.
Call sign: NBL
Remarks: Male voice operator calling or QSO with radio amateurs.

Datos que me fueron útiles para dicha captación:



4041.5 KHZ LSB 80M
7371.5 KHZ LSB 40M
14391.5 KHZ USB 20M
20623.5 KHZ USB 15M

Dato adicional: En el reporte incluí un CD con audio grabado de mi escucha!!!
Radio utilizado: Alinco DX-R8T con antena de hilo largo 15 mts. x 5 mts. de altura.

QSL recibida de transmisión especial del Rhein-Main-Radio-Club!!!

QSL verificando la transmisión especial del evento diexista europeo "Conferencia Europea de DX".
Programa especial transmitido vía transmisor  en Sitkunai, frecuencia 11900 KHz, 16 junio 2012, a las 01:59 UTC. Verificó Heinz Schulz.
Señal recibida excelentemente!!!

Date/Time: June 16, 2012 / 01:59-02:59 (UTC)
Frequency: 11.900.00 MHz
Mode: AM
SINPO: 55555 in few moments. Very Strong signal!!!
Remarks: Special Broadcast in English Language about the European DX Council and Danish Short Wave Club International meetings.
ID melody, ID of Rhein-Main Radio Club, music… and continues with a recording interviews, interview to Anker Petersen (DSWCI) from Danmark…, interview to a representative people from Bonito Company…, website and foro of DX…, pop-electro music, other interview talking about receivers, JRC, Perseus, dx from SDR computer…, instrumental music…, continues FM Band…, others interviews…. And ending with music and turned off at 02:59 UTC.

Adjunté un CD con archivo grabado, y lo pueden escuchar también en el link:
Nombre del archivo: 11900_KHz_0159-0259_UTC_June_16_2012.mp3

Radio utilizado: Alinco DX-R8T con antena de hilo largo 15 mts. x 5 mts. de altura.

Para más información acerca del  Rhein-Main Radio Club:

lunes, 6 de agosto de 2012

Fotos del pasado Encuentro DX 2012 La Piedad, Michoacán

 Las fotos del recuerdo. Nota: Éstas fotos fueron tomadas por Marlen Reyes, conductora en el programa "Sintonía Libre" producido por Radio Educación Onda Corta.

sábado, 4 de agosto de 2012

Fiji Democracy & Freedom Movement Radio

Captación de FDFM Radio, emisora clandestina que dirige sus emisiones a Fiji.

23 Julio, 2012 / 08:35-08:59 (UTC)   
Frequencia:           11565 KHz   
Idioma:                    Fiji 

Su sitio web:

Fiji listeners can tune in today to FDFM Radio SW11.565MHz "Na Domo i Viti - Kacivaka na Dina" in its first ever direct broadcast from Australia. The broadcast covers the whole of the Fiji group from the islands in the Lau Group, Lomaiviti Group, Kadavu, Yasawa Group and right through to the interiors of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
Tests carried out in the past few weeks received positive results from designated locations around the Fiji group. The main objective of the launching of this radio station is to educate Fijians who live in the mainland and other remote areas that are not exposed to modern technology and have no access to other forms of medias such as daily newspapers, AM and FM radio stations and internet..
The advantage to listeners is that news broadcasted on this station are not going to be censored and will give listeners the true information on the happenings on the ground especially now as we gear up to public participation on important events like the constitution consultation, voter registration and the promised 2014 election.
Some information on Short Wave (SW) radios that listeners need to know are as described below:
What is a shortwave radio?
On the technical side, a shortwave radio is a receiver that can receive radio transmission on frequencies between 3 and 30 MHz. The main characteristic of these frequencies is their ability to "propagate" for long distances, making possible such world-wide communications as international broadcasting and coordination of long-distance shipping.
(Unit of frequency is hertz (Hz) – 1000Hz = 1 kiloHertz (kHz):  therefore 3 – 30 MegaHertz (MHz) is equivalent to 3000 – 30000 kHz)
What do I need to know to tune into SW11565?
All you need to know to begin is how to tune a radio. There are no special knowledge or skill requirements; however, as you gain experience and develop special listening techniques, your listening enjoyment increases accordingly. The basic equipment you would need is a radio and a list of frequencies. In most cases, you can receive many stations using the antenna that comes with the radio.
What accessories can I use to improve my listening enjoyment?
There are several things you can get which will affect your listening enjoyment:
Antennas -  pull in more distant and/or weaker stations
Headphones -  allow you to focus on the transmissions without outside interference
External Speakers  -  allow you to improve on the built-in speakers
Listening Guides and Reference Books -  give you information on stations, frequencies and using your equipment
The last and most important "accessory" is Experience. Time spent working with your shortwave unit teaches you the skills and information to get the most out of shortwave listening, such as the best times in your area for reception and how to best use your equipment.
What types are available?
Shortwave radios are distinguished from each other by tuning method, size, and frequency range. 

Contact us on email: if you have any information that people in Fiji need to hear.
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