http://www.rhci-online.net/radiogram/radiogram.htm

 


 

RSID: <<2020-12-20T01:30Z MFSK-64 @ 5960000+1500>>

 

 

John McEuen, a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band,
was born December 19, 1945.

Sending Pic:213x216;

johnmceuen.com

Please report your decode the themightykbc@gmail.com

 


 


 

RSID: <<2020-12-18T00:31Z MFSK-32 @ 9265000+1500>>

 


Welcome to program 183 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia USA.

Here is the lineup for today's program, in MFSK modes as noted:

  1:40 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  2:45 New bulk carrier ship to get tilting 'rotor sails'*
  7:14 MFSK64: How lucky we are to have a habitable planet
  9:56 This week's images*
27:31 MFSK32: Closing announcements

* with image(s)


Please send reception reports to radiogram@verizon.net

And visit http://swradiogram.net

Twitter: @SWRadiogram


 

 



From gCaptain:

Newbuild Bulk Carrier to Get Tilting 'Rotor Sails'

Mike Schuler
December 15, 2020

Finnish wind propulsion company Norsepower says it has received
an order to install its innovative "Rotor Sails" onboard a
newbuild ship for the first time.

The agreement calls for the installation five tilting Rotor Sails
on board a large bulk carrier under construction. The company
says the installation will mark the first time that five Rotor
Sails have been installed on a single ship, the first for the
bulk carrier segment, and the first newbuild installation.

Norsepower's Rotor Sails are a type of modernized flettner rotor,
a century-old technology that uses a spinning cylinder and the
magnus effect for supplemental wind propulsion. The company says
their use has been proven to reduce fuel consumption by as much
as 20 percent, depending on the wind conditions and vessel route.

The company says preparations are underway for the newbuild
installation and delivery of the vessel is scheduled for 2021.
The owner of the newbuild was not identified.

The newbuild announcement follows an agreement between Norsepower
and Ro-Ro operator SEA-CARGO for the first installation of the
first tiltable Rotor Sail. The company says that tilting the
Rotor Sails allows for more flexibility, including for vessels
operating on routes that involve navigating under bridges and
power lines. The 35-meter tall by 5-meter wide Rotor Sails, the
largest ever installed by Norsepower, will be able tilt to near
horizontal when required and could result in energy savings of up
to 25 percent.

Launched in 2012, Norsepower Rotor Sails have now been installed
onboard four vessels, including the latest installation on the
Scandlines' vessel M/V Copenhagen. The Sea-Cargo installation
will mark the fifth installation expected in Q4 2020.

https://gcaptain.com/newbuild-bulk-carrier-to-get-tilting-rotor-sails/

 

Image: Maersk Pelican with two 30-meter Norsepower Rotor Sails
installed ...

Sending Pic:207x95C;



 

 

 

 


Shortwave Radiogram changes to MFSK64 ...
 

 

 

 


RSID: <<2020-12-18T00:37Z MFSK-32 @ 9265000+1500>>


From New Atlas:


Study calculates how lucky we are to have a habitable planet

Anthony Wood
December 14, 2020

New research involving the simulation of 100,000 random worlds
suggests that chance played a major role in allowing Earth to
maintain a habitable environment for the three to four billion
years needed for the evolution of complex life.

Earth hasn't always been the most pleasant place to live. It's
history is riddled with ice-ages, periods of unpleasant volcanism
and even the odd cataclysmic asteroid impact.

Cyclical mass extinctions and climate shifts have brought life on
Earth to the brink numerous times. However, the extraordinary
fact remains that our home planet has somehow managed to remain
continuously habitable for the past three to four billion years
long enough for single-celled life forms to evolve into human
beings.

In a new study, Professor Toby Tyrrell, a specialist on Earth
system science at the University of Southampton, set out to shed
light on how our planet has managed to remain habitable, and to
what extent luck may have played a role in its continued success.

To this end Professor Tyrrell used the Iridis supercomputing
facility located at the University of Southampton to model
100,000 randomly different worlds. He then simulated how their
evolutionary paths, and therefore their temperatures, were
affected by climate-altering events over the course of three
billion years.

The evolution of each digital planet was simulated 100 times, and
for each run different random events were inflicted upon the
worlds.

It was discovered that out of the 100,000 planets, only one was
able to maintain habitability for all 100 of its simulations. The
remaining worlds that were able to maintain a temperature
suitable for sustaining life for three billion years were only
able to do so in some of their simulated histories, and thus had
a probability of being habitable rather than a certainty of it.

Nine percent, or 8,710, of the digital planets were found to be
habitable for three billion years in at least of their 100
simulated runs. Of these, roughly 8,000 worlds had a success rate
of less than 50 in 100, and 4,500 of the planets were habitable
less than 10 times out of their 100 simulations.

According to the author the results suggest that Earth's
habitability was not a simple inevitability, but rather that our
planet, or rather every currently living species on it have been
statistically lucky regarding the environmental calamities that
life on our world has been forced to endure.

"We can now understand that Earth stayed suitable for life for so
long due, at least in part, to luck," explains Professor Tyrrell.
"For instance, if a slightly larger asteroid had hit Earth, or
had done so at a different time, then Earth may have lost its
habitability altogether. To put it another way, if an intelligent
observer had been present on the early Earth as life first
evolved, and was able to calculate the chances of the planet
staying habitable for the next several billion years, the
calculation may well have revealed very poor odds."

The paper has been published in the Nature journal Communications
Earth & Environment, and Professor Tyrrell discuses his research
in the video below.

Source: University of Southampton

https://newatlas.com/space/earth-habitability-computer-simulation-luck/

 


 

 



This is Shortwave Radiogram in MFSK64

Please send your reception report to radiogram@verizon.net

 

 



This week's images ...

A police van in Lausanne, Switzerland, is illuminated during a
light show. https://bit.ly/34llwrb ...

Sending Pic:207x122C;

 

 





A combination of pictures shows the different stages of the total
solar eclipse as seen from Neuqun province, Argentina.
https://bit.ly/34llwrb ...

Sending Pic:300x300;









City Hall in San Francisco is illuminated in green to mark the
fifth anniversary of the Paris climate accord.
https://bit.ly/3r3Nbq8 ...

Sending Pic:194x195C;







A dreidel made of holiday lights called "Whirl of Whimsy" sits on
the sidewalk along Fifth Avenue, New York City, December 4.
https://reut.rs/3aj1am1 ...

Sending Pic:144x206C;









Christmas holiday lights decorate the Paris Town Hall, December
11. https://reut.rs/3aj1am1 ...

Sending Pic:202x144C;







The A-68A iceberg seen from a Royal Air Force reconnaissance
plane near South Georgia Island. https://reut.rs/34nMcaB ...

Sending Pic:194x169C;






The first major snow of the year in New York City, December 16.
https://bit.ly/2KaKkuQ ...

Sending Pic:234x98C;







Pedestrians walk in the snow in Arlington, Virginia, December 16.
https://wapo.st/3r2VNNK ...

Sending Pic:207x131C;







A poinsettia, from a Deutsche Welle pictorial, "Festive plants
from around the world." Festive plants from around the world ...

Sending Pic:195x119C;
 

 




Our painting of the week is "Christmas Celebration" by Amy S.
Whitehouse. https://bit.ly/38bAXDo ...

Sending Pic:203x159C;

 







Shortwave Radiogram returns to MFSK32 ...


 


 

RSID: <<2020-12-18T00:58Z MFSK-32 @ 9265000+1500>>
 


 

This is Shortwave Radiogram in MFSK32 ...

 

Shortwave Radiogram is transmitted by:

WRMI, Radio Miami International, wrmi.net

and

WINB Shortwave, winb.com


Please send reception reports to radiogram@verizon.net

And visit http://swradiogram.net

Twitter: @SWRadiogram or twitter.com/swradiogram

I'm Kim Elliott. Please join us for the next Shortwave
Radiogram.


 

 

 

 

   

    SWRG183 closing song:
 
  https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100253012129571289&song=pat-a-pan%5Ban-acoustic-christmas%3A-midnight-clear-version%5D

   Pat-A-Pan[An Acoustic Christmas: Midnight Clear Version]  -    Wordharmonic
   An Acoustic Christmas: Midnight Clear 2015

    https://youtu.be/D7zNkxoE2Cs

 

 

 

 

 

 


http://www.rhci-online.net/radiogram/radiogram.htm

 

 QTH:

 D-06193 Petersberg (Germany/Germania)

 Ant.:

 Dipol for 40m-Band    &   Boomerang Antenna 11m-Band

 RX   for  RF:

 FRG-100B + IF-mixer  &    ICOM IC-R75 + IF-mixer

 Software IF:

 con STUDIO1  -  Software italiano per SDR     [S-AM-USB/LSB]   +     beta 11  Version 2.80 (August 21, 2018)  - for scheduled IF-recording

 Software AF:

 Fldigi-4.0.18        +   flmsg-4.0.7                            images-fldigifiles on homedrive.lnk

 OS:

 German XP-SP3 with support for asian languages

 German W7 32bit + 64bit

 PC: 

 MEDION Titanium 8008  (since 2003)   [ P4 - 2,6 GHz]

 MSI-CR70-2MP345W7  (since2014)   [i5 -P3560 ( 2 x 2,6GHz) ]

 

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Decoding_the_SW_Radiogram_Broadcasts

https://www.qsl.net/ve7vv/Files/Digital%20Modes.pdf


 

 

 

RSID: <<2020-12-17T02:48Z MFSK-64 @ 5850000+1500>>

 


This Is A Music Show #094
16 December 2020

2100-2200UTC Wednesday on 7780 kHz
0200-0300UTC Thursday on 5850 kHz

via WRMI, Okeechobee USA


***ALSO***

TIAExpressMS w/ Radio Northern Europe International
via Channel 292 in Germany, on 6070 kHz.

Broadcast various dates/times. Check the schedule here:

https://www.channel292.de/schedule-6070-khz/
https://rnei.org/

----------------------------------------

PLAYLIST
 

101 Strings - Blues For The Guru

-----

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100521308101713657&song=blues-for-the-guru

 

 

https://youtu.be/OnD0y-YPHV0

 

 

Dino, Desi And Billy - Get Off Of My Cloud
The Sheep - Twelve Months Later
The Rockin R's - The Beat

-----

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100242702878080309&song=get-off-my-cloud

- - -

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100614652051590383&song=the-beat

 

 

https://youtu.be/KLPcNYOCbMc

https://youtu.be/xiNKg0BMrl0

https://youtu.be/UGFWay4rCnw

 

 

The Aislers Set - Hey Lover
Bobby Hatfield - Soul Cafe
Mercenaries - Jack Sprat (Version)

-----

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100656922826543450&song=hey-lover

- - -

- - -

 

 

https://youtu.be/3VUMloXD7YU

https://youtu.be/bSZ1S4AmFH0?t=173

              - - -

 

 

Johnnie Pate Quintet - Double Promotion Blues
Herbie Mann - Pick Up The Pieces
James Brown - Theme From King Heroin

-----

- - -

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100013912826776505&song=pick-up-the-pieces

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100787747086957097&song=theme-from-king-heroin

 

 

https://youtu.be/IXUEUEttr2g

https://youtu.be/ghUuimeTjlY

https://youtu.be/07SWjWaOxc4

 

 

Merciless - Scotland Yard (Version)
Roy Richards - Dead And Awake (Version)

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- - -

- - -

 

 

https://youtu.be/TuDbSF6huMQ

https://youtu.be/UkP9EWZesTE

 

 

Heineken Pan Vibes Steel Orchestra - Sugar Bum Bum

-----

- - -

 

 

             - - -

 

 

THIS DATA w/ Bert Kaempfert - Never My Love

-----

 

https://youtu.be/-qe5dNVD_9w

 

 


The Impressions - Inner City Blues

----------------------------------------

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100413979012519121&song=inner-city-blues-(make-me-wanna-holler)

 

https://youtu.be/F1yOM7jIZQ0

 

 

 


*** TIAMS Top 25 of 2020 ***

Time to count down the best finds of the year!

Vote here for your favourite songs:

https://forms.gle/X7VzZvd9meKSLv8G9

Schedule:

Part 1:
Dec 23 2100 UTC (4pm Eastern) on 7780 kHz
Dec 24 0200 UTC (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) on 5850 kHz

Part 2:
Dec 30 2100 UTC (4pm Eastern) on 7780 kHz
Dec 31 0200 UTC (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) on 5850 kHz

Mark your calenders!

-----

Please send reception reports/comments:

thisisamusicshow@gmail.com

Follow TIAMS on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/ThisIsAMusicSho/

------


Thanks for listening!

--YOUR HOST--


EOM

 

 


RSID: <<2020-12-17T02:50Z MFSK-64 @ 5850000+1500>>

Sending Pic:300x300Cp4;

 

 

 

  http://ee.old.no/library/
  https://www.picclickimg.com/d/w1600/pict/254764538194_/Philips-Elektronik-Baukasten-Elektronik-Experimente-EE8-und-EE20.jpg
  https://www.radiomuseum.org/r/philips_ee_8_ee8.html

  http://www.hansotten.com/electronic-kits/ee-series/ee8-ee20-a20/
  https://www.kranenborg.org/ee/
  http://www.tomania1953.com/152508639

 



 

 

 

 


 

....
---- RNEI 11's playlist ----

 

 

 

 

1, Steps - Something in Your Eyes

 🇬🇧-🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

This song is the latest from an English 90s pop dance group, still making fun pop music decades after their debut!

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100676602312363684&song=something-in-your-eyes

https://youtu.be/P9xBayzbAFc

2, BRET - Nr r

 🇮🇸

We bring you BRET's latest song. It has a similar vibe to GDRN from last week and I love it!

- - -

https://youtu.be/5xmCZq5QelM

3, Erika Vikman - Syntisten pyt

 🇫🇮

Finland's Erika Vikman, a former Tango Dancer, invites us to the table of sinners this month. With her strong vocals and an amazing ABBA-esque backing track Syntisten pyt jumped right into the Finnish top 30!

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100909588581416756&song=syntisten-p%C3%B6yt%C3%A4

https://youtu.be/6aLb6vJ_TkI

4, Adwaith - Lan Y Mr

 🇬🇧-🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Here's a treasure of an entry, Indie Rock band Adwaith's latest song in Welsh!

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100714554312638938&song=lan-y-mor

https://youtu.be/X-Sbi4OenxY

5, Re:Bond featuring Sanna and Serenad - Aldrig det

 🇸🇪

Something I heard on P4 Nsta, I found it quite a nice change after the rock!

- - -

https://youtu.be/UO_5olDP3vo

6, Anna of the North - Believe

 🇳🇴

This song is probably my favourite of the show. Anna of the North (Last played in the very first RNEI show!) has covered Cher's Believe with such a wonderful, chill and haunting vibe. I find it chillingly beautiful!

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100612596313003451&song=believe

https://youtu.be/WFAjynm1Y1w?t=9

---- Danish Dance Music Mix ----

 

 

 

 

7, Kasper Nyemann - Du' Min (Le Boeuf Remix)

 🇩🇰

A catchy dance song sung in Danish with a nice happy vibe.

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100464354620780796&song=du%27-min-le-boeuf-remix

https://youtu.be/_0owxCL69Os

8, LittGloss - I See Right Through To You (Sunrise Edit)

 🇩🇰

LittGloss gives us a slowed down dance banger with strong vocals.

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100101321174297482&song=i-see-right-through-to-you%5Bsunrise-edit%5D

https://youtu.be/qNPdJKg5DVU

9, Tvilling - Dum Dum Dum

 🇩🇰

Tvilling brings us back up in tempo with a solid drop in their song Dum Dum Dum.

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100157301364000887&song=dum-dum-dum

https://youtu.be/w2gncd1XytM

10, Boye & Sigvardt, Hazel - Confessions

  +  PSK-1000R @ 1500 Hz [playlist]
 

 🇩🇰

Hazel teases the listener about what she's been up to in Boye & Sigvardt's well produced song Confessions.

https://www.midomi.com/Track?trackID=100255804086569697&song=confessions

https://youtu.be/yuTnv_lKgqU

Our email is qsl@rnei.org.

Thank you for decoding,
Til vi mtes igjen,
Ha det!
....

 

 

 

 

 

Daz:
The December RNEI11 shortwave broadcast features an animated vector graphics html playlist, sent using WinDRM.
The small data size allows the most robust QAM4 modulation to be used, and allows the data to be sent in 2 passes for protection against QRM or fades.
Requirements:
Decoder: WinDRM or Easypal (either will work)
Decompressor: 7zip
Browser: Firefox, Edge, or Chrome/Vivaldi (possibly others IF they have GPU acceleration for SVG graphics). Only Firefox is able to display both the animations and emojis correctly.
The playlist will be supplied in three files, to suit various browser speeds:
Main file - All animations
Slower - Sun only, no clouds
Slowest - Animated text and RNEI logo only
Rendering animated SVG graphics requires GPU acceleration to get a decent framerate.
Firefox on Windows 7 or 10, Edge on Windows 10, and Chrome/Vivaldi on Windows 8.1 were the only browsers tested that could display the animated content at a reasonable frame rate (30 FPS or more). Other browsers and operating system combinations tested were just too slow.
Chrome/Vivaldi may need "ignore-gpu-blocklist" to be manually enabled.
Firefox may need WebRender disabled if your hardware or OS can't support it. Direct3D 11 mode works fine.
Firefox v83 has switched to the "WebRender" graphics engine. If WebRender can't run on your system, it causes a slowdown in SVG animation (to perhaps 1 FPS or less). If you have this issue, go into Firefox about:config and set "gfx.webrender.force-disabled" to "true", and restart Firefox.
 

RNEI11 first airs at 1900UTC on Sunday December 6th on 6070kHz from Germany, and 0100UTC Thursday December 10th on 5850kHz WRMI. It is repeated weekly for the rest of the month. Check transmitter timetables for more precise times and dates.
The playlist is sent at the end of the program (about 29 minutes into the 6070kHz ch292 broadcast, and at about 59 minutes into the 5850kHz WRMI broadcast).
WinDRM saves received data files in it's "Pictures" subfolder. Unzip the "RNEI11-Playlist.7z" archive using 7zip, and then open one of the html files in your web browser. If the browser is too slow to display the content, try the slower or slowest file versions.
Look for the hidden greeting message popups!
 

 

DECODED  via ch292  DRM QAM4:

https://dl.dropbox.com/s/pr8drdi1mcqsmxg/RNEI11-Playlist.7z?dl=1



 

 

 

 

 

 

PDK1000-R  @ 1500 Hz:

....
---- RNEI 11's playlist ----
1, Steps - Something in Your Eyes 🇬🇧-🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿
This song is the latest from an English 90s pop dance group, still making fun pop music decades after their debut!
2, BRET - Nr r 🇮🇸
We bring you BRET's latest song. It has a similar vibe to GDRN from last week and I love it!
3, Erika Vikman - Syntisten pyt 🇫🇮
Finland's Erika Vikman, a former Tango Dancer, invites us to the table of sinners this month. With her strong vocals and an amazing ABBA-esque backing track Syntisten pyt jumped right into the Finnish top 30!
4, Adwaith - Lan Y Mr 🇬🇧-🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
Here's a treasure of an entry, Indie Rock band Adwaith's latest song in Welsh!
5, Re:Bond featuring Sanna and Serenad - Aldrig det 🇸🇪
Something I heard on P4 Nsta, I found it quite a nice change after the rock!
6, Anna of the North - Believe 🇳🇴
This song is probably my favourite of the show. Anna of the North (Last played in the very first RNEI show!) has covered Cher's Believe with such a wonderful, chill and haunting vibe. I find it chillingly beautiful!
---- Danish Dance Music Mix ----
7, Kasper Nyemann - Du' Min (Le Boeuf Remix) 🇩🇰
A catchy dance song sung in Danish with a nice happy vibe.
8, LittGloss - I See Right Through To You (Sunrise Edit) 🇩🇰
LittGloss gives us a slowed down dance banger with strong vocals.
9, Tvilling - Dum Dum Dum 🇩🇰
Tvilling brings us back up in tempo with a solid drop in their song Dum Dum Dum.
10, Boye & Sigvardt, Hazel - Confessions 🇩🇰
Hazel teases the listener about what she's been up to in Boye & Sigvardt's well produced song Confessions.

Our email is qsl@rnei.org.

Thank you for decoding,
Til vi mtes igjen,
Ha det!
....

 


RSID: <<2020-12-18T11:50Z MFSK-64 @ 6070000+1500>>

 

This Is An Express Music Show
December 2020

Channel 292 on 6070 kHz

----------------------------------------

PLAYLIST

The Goodees - Didn't Know Love Was So Good

-----

Howlin' Wolf - Down In The Bottom
Beau Hannon And The Mint Juleps - Stop Me From Falling In Love
Next - Be Free

-----

Bongo Herman - African Breakfast
Micheal Prophet - TThe Woman I Love (Dub)

-----

THIS DATA

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Propaganda - Femme Fatale

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Be sure to tune in to "This Is A Music Show" hour-long program
every Wednesday at 2100UTC on 7780 kHz via WRMI (Europe beam)

---------------------------------------

Please send reception reports/comments:

thisisamusicshow@gmail.com

Follow TIAMS on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/ThisIsAMusicSho/

------


Thanks for listening!

--YOUR HOST--



EOM
 

 

 

RSID: <<2020-12-18T11:50Z MFSK-64 @ 6070000+1500>>

 

 

Sending Pic:300x300p4;

 


https://www.radioeins.de/programm/sendungen/medienmagazin/radio_news/beitraege/2015/ndr_kw.html

https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/info/sendungen/NDR-Info-sendet-auch-2020-Gruss-an-Bord,grussanbord306.html

https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/info/Gruss-an-Bord-2020-Teil-1,audio801028.html

https://mediandr-a.akamaihd.net/progressive/2020/1223/AU-20201223-1317-2700.mp3

https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/info/Gruss-an-Bord-2020-Teil-2,audio801026.html

https://mediandr-a.akamaihd.net/progressive/2020/1223/AU-20201223-1318-1600.mp3

https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/info/veranstaltungen/Gruss-an-Bord-Ein-Blick-hinter-die-Kulissen-der-Sendung,grussanbord626.html

https://www.ndr.de/fernsehen/sendungen/das/Gruss-an-Bord-Gruesse-an-Seeleute-in-Zeiten-von-Corona,dasx23354.html

VLC:   https://ndrod-vh.akamaihd.net/i/ndr/2020/1223/TV-20201223-1020-3500.,lo,hi,hq,hd,.mp4.csmil/index_3_av.m3u8?null=0

 

http://ndr-ndrinfo-niedersachsen.cast.addradio.de/ndr/ndrinfo/niedersachsen/mp3/128/stream.mp3

http://ndr-ndrinfospezial-live.cast.addradio.de/ndr/ndrinfospezial/live/mp3/128/stream.mp3

 

 

 

 

Nauen 6080 kHz 1900-2100z  +  6145 kHz 2100-2300z   ===> 250

Atlantic - North

 

       24.12.2019  = 24.12.2020

 

 6030 kHz 1900-2100z 27,28,29          ERV 100 kW  305  241219 ARM  2018:  6030 kHz 2017:  6010 kHz
 6080 kHz 1900-2100z
27,80,36,81,11    NAU 125 kW  250  241219 D    2018:  6080 kHz 2017:  6080 kHz

 9740 kHz 1900-2100z 48,53,41,79       NAU 125 kW  130  241219 D    2018:  9740 kHz 2017:  9740 kHz

 9570 kHz 1900-2100z 41,49,54,79,58    MOS 100 kW  115  241219 AUT  2018:  9570 kHz 2017:  9790 kHz

 9800 kHz 1900-2100z 57,53,48,79       ISS 250 kW  148  241219 F    2018:  9800 kHz 2017:  9800 kHz 

11650 kHz 1900-2100z 13,46,15,66,52,57 ISS 250 kW  195  241219 F    2018: 11650 kHz 2017: 11650 kHz 

 

 

 6145 kHz 2100-2300z 27,80,36,81,11    NAU 125 kW  250  241219 D    2018:  6145 kHz 2017:  5930 kHz

 6155 kHz 2100-2300z 27,28,29          ERV 100 kW  305  241219 ARM  2018:  6155 kHz 2017:  6155 kHz

 9590 kHz 2100-2300z 57,53,48,79       ISS 250 kW  148  241219 F    2018:  9590 kHz 2017:  9590 kHz
 9675 kHz 2100-2300z
41,49,54,79,58    MOS 100 kW  115  241219 AUT  2018:  9650 kHz 2017:  9650 kHz

 9740 kHz 2100-2300z 48,53,41,79       NAU 125 kW  130  241219 D    2018:  9720 kHz 2017:  9765 kHz
 9830 kHz 2100-2300z
13,46,15,66,52,57 ISS 250 kW  195  241219 F    2018:  9830 kHz 2017:  9830 kHz

 

 https://www.radioeins.de/programm/sendungen/medienmagazin/radio_news/beitraege/2015/ndr_kw.html

 

 

 

 

Issoudun  11650 kHz 1900-2100z    +   9830 kHz 2100-2300z    ===> 195

Atlantic - South   

Issoudun  9800 kHz 1900-2100z  +   9590 kHz 2100-2300z   ===>  148

Atlantic / Indian Ocean (South Africa)

 

 

 

 

Nauen  9740 kHz 1900-2100z  +   9740 kHz 2100-2300z   ===> 130

Indian Ocean - West

Moosbrunn  9570 kHz 1900-2100z    +   9675 kHz 2100-2300z   ===>  115

Indian Ocean - East

 

 

Noratus  6030 kHz 1900-2100z Europe  +   6155 kHz 2100-2300z  Europe + Parts of North America   ===> 305

 

 

 

 

 


 

https://www.bclnews.it/2020/11/18/texas-radio-shortwave-announces-its-christmasmusic-program-schedule/

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/texasradiosw/photos/a.101641871314124/214211853390458/

CORRECTION: December 26 transmission on WRMI is on 5800 kHz, NOT 9395 kHz.
Cap'n Ric apologizes for the confusion.

 

 

TEXAS RADIO SHORTWAVE ANNOUNCES ITS CHRISTMASMUSIC PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Texas Radio Shortwave, an American free radio station, today announces the schedule for its Christmas music programs via three international shortwave stations.
Texas Radio Shortwave will reprise its Christmas 2019 program on December 19 and 20:
December 19 Via Channel 292 (Rohrbach, Germany): 0900 UTC on 6070 kHz and 1800 UTC on 3955 kHz
December 20 Via WRMI (Okeechobee, Florida USA): 0300 UTC on 5800 kHz (December 19 in NAm

On Christmas Eve and Day, the Texas Radio Shortwave program will feature music by Texas artists on the following schedule:
December 25 Via WBCQ (Monticello, Maine USA: 0400 UTC on 7490 kHz (Christmas Eve in NAm)
December 25 Via Channel 292 (Rohrbach, Germany): 1900 UTC on 3955 kHz and 6070 kHz
December 26 Via WRMI (Okeechobee, Florida USA): 0300 UTC on 9395 kHz  5800 kHz (Christmas Day in NAm).
Texas artists will include Beto y Los Fairlanes, Eric Johnson and Van Wilks, and Marcia Ball.

Texas Radio Shortwave will send different limited-edition electronic verifications for the December 19/20 and December 25/26 programs to listeners submitting correct, detailed reception reports for the broadcasts. The email address is texasradiosw@gmail.com.
Reception reports should include times, song titles, the text of announcements, a SINPO/SIO signal rating, information on the listeners receiver and antenna, and comments on the program content. Listeners should mention if they use a remote software-defined radio (SDR) and the receivers location. Audio clips are welcomed.
Texas Radio Shortwave sails in international waters off the South Texas coast. Its programs are regularly broadcast in Europe and North America.
73 and Arrgghh.
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Texas Radio Shortwave
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