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===== ASIA =====

BURMA / MYANMAR
BURMA 5985.8 heard just a carrier , little better on 1451 hearing marginally  
music <S1
[Liangas]

INDIA
6280 AIR  1905 with talks in Eng , YL @1911  with ID  as Air special service 
Gambras etc S20 
[Liangas]

=== MIDDLE EAST ===

IRAN  
VOIRI  11925  0317  Russian  333  March 28  YL with comments. Music interlude 0318. YL with comments 0319 an suddenly off the air 0328    
[MacKenzie]

===== AFRICA =====

ETHIOPIA 
6890  1855 with talks in Amharic 1859 with background folk 
music top with talks  S5
[Liangas 3/27]

NIGERIA
15120 R Nigeria 2001 with news in English with speech abot India  S20!! 
And little overloaded 
[Liangas]

===== EUROPE =====

=== NORTH AMERICA ===

=== CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA ===

CUBA
5040 & 5025  with parallel fade shapes  and same signal level recheck 
on 29-3 again with same signal fading and level but 5040  was with quite 
under modulated audio 
[Liangas]

===== PACIFIC =====

NEW ZEALAND  
RNZI  13730  0245  English  444  March 28  Two OMs on the Sunday Chronicle story. Also a YL heard at times.    
[MacKenzie]

=== Site Unknown ===

=== CLANDESTINE ===

==== PIRATE ====

==== Un-ID ====

11650  unIDed with hilife song and sudden s off 1945  and signal S20 
leaving CRI  in German  with S9 
[Liangas]

==== LW / MW ====

===== QSL =====

===== ...and others =====

Radio Gloria International is on today at 1000 utc
Radio Gloria International is on this Sunday the 28th of March 2010
At 1000 UTC on our normal channel of 6140 KHz.


M.V.Baltic. Information:
MV Baltic Radio relay service Schedule for Summer 2010
1st    Sunday – MV Baltic Radio
3rd    Sunday – European Music Radio  (April )
4th    Sunday – Radio Gloria International
[Taylor]

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Radio Joystick Relay on 9510 kHz

Dear Listeners,
The relay of Radio Joystick is on this Saturday the 3rd
of April 2010 on 9510 khz.
The Transmission time is between 0800 to 0900 utc with a
power of 150 KW via the IRRS.

Radio Joystick is on the air every 1st Saturday of the month
at the same time and on the same channel.
[Taylor]

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MV Baltic Radio is on 6005 khz this Saturday (TX power of 1 kw)
Dear Listeners,
MV Baltic Radio is on the air this Saturday the 3rd of April 2010.
The frequency will be 6005 khz, and the time slot will be 0900 utc.
For more information, please email MV Baltic Radio on the day of the Transmission.
[Taylor]

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Radio Joystick Relay on 9515 kHz

Dear Listeners,
The relay of Radio Joystick is on this Saturday the 3rd
of April 2010 on 9515 khz.
The Transmission time is between 0800 to 0900 utc with a
power of 150 KW via the IRRS.

Radio Joystick is on the air every 1st Saturday of the month
at the same time and on the same channel.
[Taylor]

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JAPAN  NHK World - R. Japan - A-10 Schedule

Arabic
0400-0430 ME 5980ar  6035ar
0700-0730 ME 11905is
2015-2145 ME 1377ar  89.3+107.2 MHz in Palestine

Bengali
1300-1345 swAS 6155uz  7400uz

Burmese
1030-1100 seAS 11740sn
1430-1500 seAS  5955  11740sn
2340-2400 seAS 13650

Chinese
0400-0430 AS 15300
0500-0530 AS 15300
0600-0630 AS 17860
0900-0930 AS 6090
1130-1200 AS 6090
1200-1230 AS 6090
1300-1330 AS/seAS 6190  11740sn
1430-1500 AS 6190
1530-1600 AS 6190
1600-1630 seAS 11730
2230-2250 AS 9560
2240-2300 seAS 13650
2340-2400 AS 15195
2340-2400 seAS 17810

English
0000-0020 NoAM 6145sa
0000-0020 seAs 13650  17810
0500-0530 AF/EU 5975rmp  9770is  11970is
0500-0530 AS 15325
0500-0530 seAS 15205uz  17810
0500-0530 NoAM 6110sa
0900-0930 seAS 11815  15590
0900-0930 OC/Hawaii 9625  9825
1000-1030 OC/Hawaii 9625  9840
1000-1030 seAS 9605  11780uz
1200-1230 NoAM 6120sa
1200-1230 OC 9625
1200-1230 seAS 9695
1200-1230 EU 9790wer
1300-1330 AS 11985
1310-1340 SoAS 9875
1400-1430 seAS 5955  11705
1400-1430 SoAS 9875
1400-1430 AS 11985
1400-1430 EU/AF 21560is
1400-1430 NoAM 11705sa
2200-2220 OC 13640

French
0530-0600 AF 9850wer  ?11750wer  13840md
1230-1300 AF 15395is  17690md

Hindi
1345-1430 swAS 5975uz  9585uz

Indonesian
0945-1030 seAS 6140sn  9640sn
1315-1400 seAS  5955  11705
2310-2340 seAS 17810

Japanese
0200-0300 seAS 11780sn  11860
0200-0400 SoAM 11935bo
0200-0500 ME/AS 17560
0200-0500 AS 15195
0200-0500 CeAM  5960sa
0200-0500 AS 15325
0200-0500 seAS 17810
0700-0800 AS 6145  6165
0700-1700 AS 9750
0800-0900 SoAM 9825
0800-1000 seAS/AF  11740sn 15290is  17875is
0900-1000 SoAM 9795sa
1000-1700 seAS 11815
1300-1500 CeAM 11655sa
1500-1700 AF/swAS/SoAS 12045sn
1500-1700 EU/AF 17735is
1500-1700 CeAM 9535
1700-1900 AF/ME 9575dh  13740dh
1700-1900 EU/AF 11945is
1700-1900 AS 6035  7225
1700-1900 SoAM 9835
1900-2200 ME 9560  9670
2000-2400 AS 11910
2000-2100 OC 9625
2000-2200 AS 6085
2100-2200 seAS 6075  11665
2100-2200 OC 13640
2200-2300 ME 7225dh  9620wer
2200-2400 seAS 11665
2200-2400 AS 13680
2200-2400 SAM 15265bo  17605bo

Korean
0430-0500 AS 15300
0915-0945 AS 6160
1100-1130 AS 6090
1130-1200 AS 6090
1230-1300 AS 6190
1400-1430 AS 6190
1500-1530 AS 6190
1630-1700 AS 6035
2210-2230 AS 9560

Persian
0230-0300 ME  5955ar
0330-0400 ME  6155is
0830-0900 ME 15190wer  (deleted, replaced by 1430 UT)
1430-1500 ME 12045wer  88.0MHz Kabul

Portuguese
0230-0300 SAM 9485ch  9660bo
0930-1000 SAM 9485ch  9660bo

Russian
0330-0400 EU 6130wer  738mo
0430-0500 EU 6130si  738mo
0530-0600 AS 11715  11760
0800-0830 AS 6145  6165
1100-1200 EU 9760wof, Fris only drm mode
1130-1200 AS 6010  6185
1330-1400 AS 6190
1600-1630 EU 738mo

Spanish
0400-0430 SAM 6195bo
0500-0530 CAM 6080bo  6195bo
1000-1030 C+SAM 6120sa  6195bo


Swahili
0315-0400 AF 7395md
0330-0400 AF 9825is

Thai
1130-1200 seAS 11740sn
1230-1300 seAs 9695
2300-2320 seAS 13650

Urdu
1430-1515 swAS  6200uz

Vietnamese
1100-1130 seAS 9695
1230-1300 seAS 11740sn
2320-2340 seAS 13650

Relays:
ar = Gavar Yerevan, Armenia
bo = Bonaire, Neth Antilles
ch = Santiago, Chile
dh = Al Dhabayya, UAE
ge = Germany, wer Wertachtal
is = Issoudun, France
md = Madagascar
mo = Moscow, Russia
sa = Sackville, Canada
si = Sitkunai, Lithuania
sn = Kranji, Singapore
uk = UK, rmp Rampisham, wof Woofferton
uz = Tashkent, Uzbekistan
[Bueschel]

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KBS A10

Arabic
1900-2000 15365 (Rampisham) Middle East/Africa
1630-1700 WRN
2000-2040 WRN

Chinese
1130-1230 9770 Southeast Asia
1130-1230 6065 China
1300-1400 1170(MW),7275 Non Direction
2200-2300 7275 China
2300-2400 9805 Southeast Asia

English
0200-0300 9580 South America
0800-0900 9570 Southeast Asia
0830-0900 WRN
1100-1130 9760 (DRM) Europe Sat
1200-1300 9650 (Sackville) North America
1300-1400 9570,9770 Southeast Asia
1600-1700 9515 Europe
1800-1900 7275 Europe
2100-2130 3955 (Skelton) Europe
2200-2230 WRN
2300-0000 1440 (Marnach)Europe

French
1900-2000 6145 (Skelton) Europe

German
2000-2100 3955 (Skelton)Europe

Indonesian
1200-1300 9570 Southeast Asia
1400-1500 9570 Southeast Asia
1900-2000 102.6 (FM)Jakarta
2200-2300 9805 Southeast Asia

Japanese
0100-0200 9580  Japan
0200-0300 11810 Japan
0800-0900 7275  Japan
0900-1000 6155  Japan
1000-1100 9805  Japan
1100-1300 1170  Japan MW

Korean
0300-0400 11810 South America
0700-0800 9870 (Skelton)Europe
0900-1100 9570  Southeast Asia
0900-1100 7275  Non Direction
0900-1000 15160 Middle East/Africa
1000-1100 1170 (MW)Non Direction
1200-1300 7275  Non Direction
1400-1500 9650 (Sackville) North America
1600-1800 7275  Europe
1600-1800 9705  Middle East/Africa
1700-1900 9515  Europe

Russian
1800-1900 15360 (Rampisham)Europe
2030-2100 738  (AM) Moscow

Spanish
0100-0200 11810 South America
0200-0230 9560 (Sackville) North America
0600-0700 6045 (Sackville)Europe
1100-1200 11795 (Sackville)South America


Vietnamese
1230-1300 9770 Southeast Asia
1430-1500 9640 Southeast Asia
[Gupta]

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Here's an article from an Indian business paper "Mint" .....
Radio, does anyone still love you?
The Smart Life | Shekhar Bhatia
http://www.livemint.com/2010/03/30204213/Radio-does-anyone-still-love.html?h=B
[Gupta]

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Transradio installs 600 kW DRM compatible MW txer in Qatar

A 600 kW DRM compatible MW transmitter was installed on 15th March
2010 at Al-Arish, Qatar by the state broadcasting company. The overall
project included the installation of two TRAM 300 AM transmitters, one
Paralleling Unit (PU), two digital DRM Exciter DMOD2, and an antenna
for medium wave frequency 675 kHz. Antenna design & construction was
by Thomson Broadcast & Multimedia GmbH & was developed in
collaboration between Thomson & Transradio. The transmissions will
begin in the next few days. With this transmitter, an older station
near the Qatari capital of Doha will be replaced.
(Source : Transradio Press Release in German)
[Gupta]

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DRM radio expedient, government says

Apr 1, 2010 12:08 Moscow Time

The Russian government has approved the expediency of introducing the
European digital radio system, DRM, in Russia and will draw up national
standards for it within two years to come. The Voice of Russia has been
broadcasting to Europe in the DRM format since April 2003. The DRM is used
by the BBC, Deutsche Welle and Radio France International.

http://english.ruvr.ru/2010/04/01/5884377.html
[Gupta]

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Voice of Russia shifts to digital standard

Apr 1, 2010 18:10 Moscow Time
Russia's government is shifting to DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) the digital 
radio system. The Voice of Russia broadcasting company was the first to 
implement the new digital standard 7 years ago.
All industrial countries are to shift to the digital system shortly. The 
global digital revolution began in 1998, when DRM broadcasting emerged. The 
consortium features hundreds of radio stations including such media giants 
as BBC, Deutsche Welle, Radio France Internationale. DRM is the universal, 
openly standardized, digital radio system for short-wave, medium-wave and 
long-wave - digital radio with the ability to use existing frequencies and 
bandwidth across the globe. Another advantage is its high resistance to 
interference, compared to other standards, which is essential for 
broadcasting over large territories.
The Voice of Russia is a pioneer of digital broadcasting in Russia. After a 
series of successful experiments within the DRM standard, the company has 
been broadcasting in the digital format daily since 2003, says Rashel 
Stavisskaya, VoR consultant:
"Today, VoR features are broadcasted  in the digital standard to Europe  in 
Russian, English, German and French. We are also broadcasting to China and 
India. The new technology opens new horizons. Digital radio has near-CD 
sound. The VoR plans to broadcast to Arab countries and Latin America".
Radio experts believe DRM to be the future of broadcasting. Its main 
advantage is a high quality of sound, the same as mp-3 players have. Thus, 
the VoR features in more than 30 languages can be listened to in a high 
quality sound anywhere in the world soon. The DRM system is also ideal for 
transmitting signals not only abroad but also within countries which have a 
large territory. Thus, it was a natural choice for Russia.
The digital format is the modern reality. Still, an appropriate base needs 
to be created to shift to  full-fledged broadcasting in this format, that 
is, to provide people with digital radios, Rashel Stavisskaya says:
"Several countries are producing digital radios, but they are few and 
expensive. Still, this technology can be used to transmit audio content, 
text and photo and video data. Russian manufactures have already learnt to 
make quality digital radios".
Russia plans to shift to the digital standard by 2015. If mass production of 
quality and cheap digital radios is arranged by that time,  broadcasting 
will enter a new digital era.

http://english.ruvr.ru/2010/04/01/5905343.html
[Gupta]

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Radio Nepal marks 60th anniversary

KATHMANDU - The national radio of Nepal " Radio Nepal" marks its 60th anniversary on Friday. On the occasion Radio Nepal organized special program at its premises in Singhadurbar in the capital Kathmandu.
During the program, Minister for Information and Communications Shankar Pokharel felicitated the winners of the music competition organized on the occasion.
Similarly, Minister Pokhrel felicitated the employees who completed 25 years of service for Radio Nepal. The information minister praised the role of Radio Nepal in institutionalization of the democratic republic.

http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2010/04/02/4706810.htm

Pictures of Radio Nepal 60th Anniversary celebrations :
http://www.radionepal.org/events/anniversary.php

Radio Nepal New Studio Facility at Singhdurbar 
http://www.radionepal.org/events/studio1.jpg

Radio Nepal Multitrack Studio at Singhdurbar 
http://www.radionepal.org/events/multitrack.jpg
[Gupta]

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Russia's government is shifting to DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) the digital radio system. The Voice of Russia broadcasting company was the first to implement the new digital standard 7 years ago.

All industrial countries are to shift to the digital system shortly. The global digital revolution began in 1998, when DRM broadcasting emerged. The consortium features hundreds of radio stations including such media giants as BBC, Deutsche Welle, Radio France Internationale. DRM is the universal, openly standardized, digital radio system for short-wave, medium-wave and long-wave - digital radio with the ability to use existing frequencies and bandwidth across the globe. Another advantage is its high resistance to interference, compared to other standards, which is essential for broadcasting over large territories.



The Voice of Russia is a pioneer of digital broadcasting in Russia. After a series of successful experiments within the DRM standard, the company has been broadcasting in the digital format daily since 2003, says Rashel Stavisskaya, VoR consultant:



"Today, VoR features are broadcasted  in the digital standard to Europe  in Russian, English, German and French. We are also broadcasting to China and India. The new technology opens new horizons. Digital radio has near-CD sound. The VoR plans to broadcast to Arab countries and Latin America".



Radio experts believe DRM to be the future of broadcasting. Its main advantage is a high quality of sound, the same as mp-3 players have. Thus, the VoR features in more than 30 languages can be listened to in a high quality sound anywhere in the world soon. The DRM system is also ideal for transmitting signals not only abroad but also within countries which have a large territory. Thus, it was a natural choice for Russia.



The digital format is the modern reality. Still, an appropriate base needs to be created to shift to  full-fledged broadcasting in this format, that is, to provide people with digital radios, Rashel Stavisskaya says:

"Several countries are producing digital radios, but they are few and expensive. Still, this technology can be used to transmit audio content, text and photo and video data. Russian manufactures have already learnt to make quality digital radios".

Russia plans to shift to the digital standard by 2015. If mass production of quality and cheap digital radios is arranged by that time,  broadcasting will enter a new digital era. 
[VOR via Gaviria]

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SARAJEVO -- Sarajevo's mayor says the international television news network Al-Jazeera will buy a local TV and radio station from city authorities and establish a regional news center in the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, RFE/RL's Balkan Service reports.

Alija Behmen said the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera will purchase indebted Studio 99 from the city government, which acquired the station several months ago in order to set up a public broadcaster for the city.

"Al-Jazeera will establish a regional office in Sarajevo, which is expected to lead to the creation of new jobs," Behmen told journalists.

He said Al-Jazeera will pay the city about 160,000 euros ($210,000) for the station, the amount the city authorities have invested in Studio 99, a music and news radio and TV station which has fallen on hard times because of rising debts and a shrinking market share.

Studio 99 was launched in 1992, at the beginning of Bosnia's 1992-95 war and the 43-month-long siege of Sarajevo. It was widely praised for broadcasting content that promoted tolerance and multiculturalism.

It survived largely due to international funding but struggled after those sources ended their support for the station in the late 1990s.

Source:Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
[Gaviria]

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la invitacion a que visiten el blog sobre las emisoras estatales latinoamericanas con el blog llamada 
>>Señal Nacional, Las emisoras Estatales a un Clic<<, la cual esta en:
                        http://senalnacional.blogspot.com/

Despues de numerosas pruebas, podran escuchar a:

Radio Nicaragua
Radio Nacional de El Salvador
Radio TGW
Radio Nacional de Honduras
Radio Nacional de Costa Rica (sin audio...en la pagina de ellos con igual problema)
Radio Nacional de Panama
Radio Nacional de Colombia (reproductor externo...con mantenimiento en la pagina)
Radio Publica de Ecuador ( audio en la pagina, dar clic en ESCUCHAR, estoy en ello)
Radio Nacional de Venezuela
Radio Nacional de Peru
Radio Nacional de Chile 
Radio Nacional Argentina
CX 30 Radio Nacional (reproductor externo dar clic en escuchar)
Radio Nacional del Paraguay
Radio Nacional da Amazonia

Escuchadas hoy 3 de marzo a las 1400+ horas UTC

Espero la disfruen, cualquier comentario a: dxreport arroba yahoo.com
Si me falta alguna por favor reportarmela. Gracias.

Todas fueron escuchadas, con las excepciones entre parentesis.
[Gaviria]

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Many thanks! 
This week's Contributors are:

Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany.
Yimber Gaviria, Colombia.
Alokesh Gupta, India.
IWATA Gaku, Japan.
Anatoly Klepov, Russia.
Zacharias Liangas, Greece.
Stewart MacKenzie, USA.
Tom Taylor, UK.
Volker Willschrey, Germany.

Also thanks to

BC-DX / GERMANY.
CONEXION Digital / ARGENTINE. 
CLANDESTINE RADIO WATCH / GERMANY.
CUMBRE DX / U.S.A.
DX INDIA / INDIA.
Globe Radio DX Club / INDIA.
HCDX / FINLAND.
IDXA / INDIA.
JSWC / JAPAN.
NASWA / U.S.A.
radioascolto.org / ITALY.
RUS-DX / RUSSIA.
WAVESCAN / AWR
WWDXC / GERMANY.

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