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19-23 OCTOBER 2023 AND REPEATED 26-30 OCTOBER 2023.

Welcome to program 327 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:

  1:38 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  2:59 MFSK32: Public may explore London's top secret spy tunnels
  7:33 MFSK64: First glimpse of asteroid Bennu samples
11:57 MFSK64: This week's images
28:09 MFSK32: Closing announcements


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From New Atlas:

Public given clearance to explore London's top secret spy tunnels

By Adam Williams
October 11, 2023

Hidden roughly 40 m (131 ft) below central London's streets lies
a fascinating but little-known network of tunnels. Originally
conceived as a bomb shelter during WWII, the Kingsway Exchange
Tunnels were used as a telecommunications center and even a spy
headquarters. Now WilkinsonEyre has revealed plans to open them
up and tell their story to the public.

As mentioned, the Kingsway Exchange Tunnels were originally built
in the 1940s to protect Londoners from Nazi bombs during the
Blitz, plus they also served as a home for the Special Operations
Executive branch of MI6 – indeed, WilkinsonEyre says they
inspired the depiction of James Bond's Q Branch. Following WWII,
they were then expanded upon and hosted a Transatlantic telephone
link, playing a crucial role facilitating the hotline between
Washington and Moscow during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

During its peak, the site accommodated up to 200 staff, supported
by self-contained water and air conditioning systems. It also
boasted some amenities, including a restaurant, what was thought
to be London's deepest licensed bar, and a recreation room
complete with snooker tables. However, by the late 1980s,
telecommunication technology had advanced to the point that the
tunnels were deemed obsolete and they largely remained unused.
WilkinsonEyre says that after 70 years of protection under the
UK's Official Secrets Act, a significant portion of the
underground network will be opened up to the public.

Assuming it goes ahead as planned, the renovation will be focused
on a section of the tunnels that measures a combined length of 1
mile (around 1.6 km) and 8,000 sq m (86,111 sq ft). The tunnels
measure 7.6 m (24 ft) in diameter, or approximately the width of
three London buses, and will be used to host exhibition spaces
and displays, as well as some of the original telecommunications

"Subject to planning approval, the vision is to transform the
tunnels into one of the world's most unique cultural
experiences," explained WilkinsonEyre. "It will bring to life the
history of the tunnels by installing high-resolution large-scale
curved immersive screens, together with interactive structures,
scent- emitting technology and hundreds of individual acoustic
pinpoint speakers. With an operational capacity of two million
visitors per year, the tunnels could also host different
experiences in partnership with major entertainment businesses,
artists, performers and curators."

The London Tunnels proposal has been unveiled as part of a public
consultation program to gather feedback before a planning
application is officially submitted later this year. It has a
budget of £220 million (roughly US$270 million) and is expected
to open in 2027.

Source: WilkinsonEyre

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First glimpse of asteroid Bennu samples reveals carbon, water

October 13th, 2023
Posted by U. Arizona

Initial studies of the 4.5-billion-year-old asteroid Bennu sample
collected in space and recently brought back to Earth show
evidence of water and high-carbon content.

Together, they could indicate the building blocks of life on
Earth may be found in the rock.

NASA announced the finding October 11 from its Johnson Space
Center in Houston, where scientists showed off the asteroid
material for the first time since it landed in the Utah desert on
September 24. The finding was part of a preliminary assessment of
the OSIRIS-REx science team.

"As we peer into the ancient secrets preserved within the dust
and rocks of asteroid Bennu, we are unlocking a time capsule that
offers us profound insights into the origins of our solar
system," says Dante Lauretta, professor of planetary sciences at
the University of Arizona and OSIRIS-REx principal investigator.

"The bounty of carbon-rich material and the abundant presence of
water-bearing clay minerals are just the tip of the cosmic
iceberg. These discoveries, made possible through years of
dedicated collaboration and cutting-edge science, propel us on a
journey to understand not only our celestial neighborhood but
also the potential for life's beginnings. With each revelation
from Bennu, we draw closer to unraveling the mysteries of our
cosmic heritage."

One of the core questions driving the mission is understanding
the origin of Earth as a habitable planet, Lauretta says, and the
current understanding of what makes a world habitable is abundant
liquid water on the surface, such as the Earth's oceans and
freshwater supplies.

"When Earth formed, especially after the giant impact that spun
off the moon, the water and carbon were lost from our planet, so
we're looking to figure out, 'How did we get that material
back?'" Lauretta says. "Our leading hypothesis is that asteroids
rich in carbon and water came in later and delivered the
essential building blocks of life, made the Earth a habitable
world, and the rest is history."

Although more work is needed to understand the nature of the
carbon compounds found, the initial discovery bodes well for
future analyses of the asteroid Bennu sample. The secrets held
within the rocks and dust from the asteroid will be studied for
decades to come, offering insights into how our solar system was
formed, how the precursor materials to life may have been seeded
on Earth, and what precautions need to be taken to avoid asteroid
collisions with our home planet.

"The OSIRIS-REx sample is the biggest carbon-rich asteroid sample
ever delivered to Earth and will help scientists investigate the
origins of life on our own planet for generations to come," says
Bill Nelson, NASA Administrator.

"Almost everything we do at NASA seeks to answer questions about
who we are and where we come from. NASA missions like OSIRIS-REx
will improve our understanding of asteroids that could threaten
Earth while giving us a glimpse into what lies beyond. The sample
has made it back to Earth, but there is still so much science to
come—science like we've never seen before."

The goal of the OSIRIS-REx sample collection was 60 grams of
asteroid material. Curation experts at NASA Johnson, working in
new clean rooms built especially for the mission, have spent 10
days so far carefully disassembling the sample return hardware to
obtain a glimpse at the bulk sample within.

When the science canister lid was first opened, scientists
discovered bonus asteroid material covering the outside of the
collector head, canister lid, and base. There was so much extra
material it slowed down the careful process of collecting and
containing the primary sample.

"Our labs were ready for whatever Bennu had in store for us,"
says Vanessa Wyche, director of NASA Johnson. "We've had
scientists and engineers working side-by-side for years to
develop specialized gloveboxes and tools to keep the asteroid
material pristine and to curate the samples so researchers now
and decades from now can study this precious gift from the

Within the first two weeks, scientists performed "quick-look"
analyses of that initial material, collecting images from a
scanning electron microscope, infrared measurements, X-ray
diffraction, and chemical element analysis. X-ray computed
tomography was also used to produce a 3D computer model of one of
the particles, highlighting its diverse interior. This early
glimpse provided the evidence of abundant carbon and water in the

For the next two years, the mission's science team will continue
characterizing the samples and conducting the analysis needed to
meet the mission's science goals. NASA will preserve at least 70%
of the sample at Johnson for further research by scientists
worldwide, including future generations of scientists.

As part of OSIRIS-REx's science program, a cohort of more than
200 scientists around the world will explore the regolith's
properties, including researchers from many US institutions, NASA
partners at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, the Canadian
Space Agency, and other scientists from around the world.

Additional samples will also be loaned later this fall to the
Smithsonian Institution, Space Center Houston, and the University
of Arizona's Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum.

Source: University of Arizona

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This week's images ...

Pumpkins and gourds above the doorway of a Capitol Hill rowhouse
in Washington DC. ...

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Neon sign at Pticek and Sons Bakery in Chicago. ...

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South Korea's Black Eagle aerobatics team performs a display at
the Seoul International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition. ...

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Leaves turned red at Oak Mountain State Park, Alabama. ...

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The moon behind clouds as it begins to move in front of the sun
during the annular solar eclipse, October 14, seen from San
Antonio, Texas. ...

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Late season flower and butterfly in Scotland. ...

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A tree changing its colors in Capitol Hill, Washington DC,
October 15. ...

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Fallen leaves, assorted colors, at Starved Rack State Park,
Illinois. ...

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Our painting of the week is "Fall Leaves and Pumpkin" by Amy
Whitehouse (Arizona). ...

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Shortwave Radiogram returns to MFSK32 ...


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     SWRG#327-R closing song:




 D-06193 Petersberg (Germany/Germania)


 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 on Windows 11      [S-AM-USB/LSB]   +      HDSDR 2.81 beta6   - for scheduled IF-recording

 Software AF:

 Fldigi-4.1.26        +   flmsg-4.0.20                            images-fldigifiles on homedrive.lnk


 Mirosoft Windows 11 Home

 German W7 32bit + 64bit


 ASUS S501MD (since 2023) [i7-12700 12th Gen. 12 x 2100 MHz]

 MSI-CR70-2MP345W7  (since 2014)   [i5 -P3560 ( 2 x 2600 MHz) ]

















<<2023-10-26T01:27Z MFSK-64 @ 5850000+1500>>

  1 Rachael Coltrona-Complicated 🇦🇺
  2 ili-Tongue Tied 🇬🇧
  3 Vince Vigo-Queen of Broken Hearts 🇫🇮
  4 Emil Kárlsen&Lávre-Jiehtanasat 🇳🇴-*Sámi*
  5 黃明志&二宮芽生-東京盆踊り 🇲🇾 & 🇯🇵
  6 SVEA-Dead Man Walking 🇸🇪
  7 STT-All Star
         Smash Mouth 🇺🇸 Breathe Carolina 🇺🇸 Annapantsu 🇨🇦 Nelly Hope 🇺🇸
  8 脇田もなり-ONDO 🇯🇵
  9 Softable,Jui-Coma 🇰🇷


  RSID: <<2023-10-26T02:56Z MFSK-64 @ 5850000+1500>>


  1. MrDoubleK - Visy Riddim
  2. Eliminate - Playing with Fire
  3. ILLENIUM - Starfall (Trivecta Remix)
  4. Ace Aura - Coma (Sharks Remix)
  5. Aitochusei - Itami (DK Radio Talkbed Edit)
  6. Softable ft. Jui - Coma
  7. Skybreak - River Spirit (DK Radio Edit)
  8. Sorza - Rotten in Silver (Ankou Remix)
  9. Skope - Hoops
 10. PEEKABOO, Flowdan, Skrillex & G-Rex - Badders
 11. K/DA - The Baddest (Spookzy Cover)
 12. Ankou ft. TESSERACTS - Way Back
 13. deadmau5 - Raise your Weapon (Noisia Remix)
 14. Noisia - Mantra (Nitepunk Remix)

  Hope you enjoyed this month's set.
  Thank you for listening!

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Charles “Charlie” Daniels was born on October 28, 1936.
He died in 2020.

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Here is a timeline of "data transmission via BC shortwave":

2013-03-16 - 2017-06-17   VoA Radiogram  000-220  USA (Continuation under private management as SWRG)
2013-08-31 - until now    KBC Radiogram           NL  (without count, earliest note in my chronicle)
2016-03-23 - 2017-01-14   DIGI DX         01- 44  UK  (Among other things also *.mid transferred)
2016-06-17 - 2019-01-01   IBC
DIGITAL    001-134  I   (my own count)
2017-06-25 - until now    SWRG           001-316  USA (and further ongoing)
2017-11-?? - 2018-12-23   BSR Radiogram   01- 44  USA (Broad Spectrum Radio)
2018-07-25 - 2019-04-06   SSR Radiogram   01- 33  NL  (Slow Scan Radio)
2019-02-21 - 2023-08-03   TIAMS          001-222  CAN (This Is A Music Show)
2020-02-15 - until now    RNEI            01- 44  UK
 (and further ongoing)
2020-03-07 - 2023-08-06   TIAEMS 03/2020-07/2023  CAN (This Is An Express Music Show)
2021-11-28 - until now    Pop Shop Radio          CAN (first find of a playlist in a spectrogram scan)
Projects with digital playlists or content



Active SHOWS:


SWRG - Shortwave Radiogram - Virginia, USA         KD9XB



KBC Radiogram - Virginia ==> Florida, USA     KD9XB ==> WD4AH



Radio Northern Europe International - County Hamshire, UK

Radio Carpathia - Transylvania, Romania

Pop Shop Radio - British Columbia, Canada

Radio Catface International - San Jose, California, USA



DK Radio - Mr.DoubleK  - Transylvania, Romania [via RNEI]



Data with Jeff - Tennessee, USA  [via Radio Carpathia]  KG4ZIE



Ended SHOWS:


VOA Radiogram - Virginia, USA      ===> SWRG    KD9XB



STF Radiogram - Toronto, Canada



BSR Radiogram - Oklahoma, USA                   KG5JST



DIGI DX - Lancashire, UK



SSR Radiogram - Amersfoort, Netherlands         PA0ETE






TIAMS / TIAEMS - Radiogram - Toronto, Canada



TEF 6686 Menüoptionen erklärt (SW version 2023-10-30)



 Main Settings

Model selector - This option will allow some default functions to be preset

                       for the selected model.

      Allow tuning during screensaver -
                       When set to ON the screensaver won't be de-activated while tuning

      Dynamic SPI speed -
                       Here you can change the communication speed with the display,

                       can be usefull if a disturbtion caused by the data to the display occurs



       Modellauswahl - Mit dieser Option können einige Standardfunktionen für das ausgewählte

                       Modell voreingestellt werden.                 <<Basismodel (ILI9341)>>

       Tuning während des Bildschirmschoners zulassen -
                       Wenn diese Option aktiviert ist, wird der Bildschirmschoner während des

                       Tunings nicht deaktiviert                             <<Aus>>

       Dynamische SPI-Geschwindigkeit -
          (SPI = Serial Peripheral Interface)
                       Hier kann man die Kommunikationsgeschwindigkeit mit dem Display

                       verändern, was sinnvoll sein kann, wenn eine Störung durch die Daten

                       zum Display auftritt                            <<Standard 30 MHz>>

 Audio Settings

      Set volume -     This will allow you to set the default volume level.

                       Usefull for DIY radio's without volume knob.

                       On portable devices, leave it at 0dB

      Beep at band edge -
                       When switched ON, you will hear a beep when band edge is reached.

                       You will also hear a beep when the edge of a shortwave band is reached.

      Audio output -   The radio is capable of having full MPX output on the audio jack.

                       Usefull for analysing stereo and RDS signals.

                       For normal use, leave it on STEREO.


      Set stereo separation treshold -

                       Here you can set from which reception level you want to use an existing

                       stereo signal. Below this level only the MONO signal is used.

      Set high cut corner frequency -
                       When High cut threshold is triggered a soft reduction of high tones

                       will be applied. You can set the corner frequency here.

      Set High cut threshold -
                       Here you can set the threshold for the soft reduction of high tones.

                       It will be activated if the signallevel drops below the set value.




       Lautstärke einstellen -     (DIY = Do It Yourself)
                       Auf diese Weise können Sie die Standardlautstärke festlegen.

                       Nützlich für DIY-Radios ohne Lautstärkeregler.

                       Belassen Sie es bei tragbaren Geräten bei 0 dB         <<+10dB>>

       Piepton an der Bandgrenze -
                       Wenn diese Funktion auf EIN steht wird beim Erreichen
der Bandgrenze

                       ein Piepton zu hören sein.

                       Sie hören auch einen Piepton, wenn das Ende eines Kurzwellenbandes

                       erreicht ist.                                            <<Aus>>

       Audio-Ausgang - Das Radio ist in der Lage, ein komplexes MPX-Signal an der Audiobuchse

                       zur Verfügung zu stellen.

                       Nützlich ist dies für die Analyse von Stereo- und RDS-Signalen.

                       Für den normalen Gebrauch sollte man es auf STEREO belassen  <<Stereo>>

       Stereotrennschwelle einstellen -

                       Hier kann man einstellen, ab welchem Empfangspegel man ein vorhandenes

                       Stereosignal nutzen möchte. Unter diesem Pegel wird nur das MONO-Signal

                       verwendet                                                 <<30dBμV>>

       Einstellen der Eckfrequenz für die Höhenabsenkung -

                       Wenn der Schwellenwert für die Höhenabsenkung ausgelöst wird, wird eine

                       sanfte Absenkung der hohen Töne angewendet.

                       Sie können hier die Eckfrequenz einstellen.               <<7000Hz>>

       Einstellen des Schwellenwertes für die Höhenabsenkung -

                       Hier können Sie den Schwellenwert für die weiche Absenkung der hohen Töne

                       einstellen. Sie wird aktiviert, wenn der Signalpegel unter den

                       eingestellten Wert fällt.                                  <<Aus>>


 Display settings


      Language -       Here you can select the menu language.

      Set Display brightness -

                       Set the prefered display brightness from 0 to 100%.

      Show squelch -   When ON, the squelch settings are showed in the main screen.

                       When your radio doesn't have a squelch knob, you can set this to OFF.

      Modulation meter -
                       With this option you can enable/disable the modulation meter.

                       You can switch it off when you're receiving noise from the displayhardware

                       on weak signals. Switching off will reduce data to the display.

      Theme -          Here you can set your favorite colour theme.

      Screensaver -    Select a value to set when the screensaver will start.

      Screensaver options -

                       Select the option what to do when screensaver is triggered.

      Battery options -
                       With this option you can set how to show the battery status.

                       Switched off will show you a battery icon with a green fill, when battery

                       goes lower, the green fill will reduce, you can also choose to show the

                       voltage or percentage.

      Signalmeter unit -
                       Here you can setup the units used for the signalmeter.

                       You can choose between dBuV, dBf or dBm.

      Time out timer - Set the time when the radio will go to stand-by.

                       This option is to reduce battery live when you leave the radio on

                       unattended. The timer will be reset after every button press.




       Sprache -       Hier können Sie die Menüsprache auswählen.                <<Deutsch>>

       Displayhelligkeit einstellen -

                       Stellen Sie die bevorzugte Displayhelligkeit von 0 bis 100 % ein.

       Rauschsperre anzeigen -

                       Wenn diese Option aktiviert ist, werden die Squelch-Einstellungen auf dem

                       Hauptbildschirm angezeigt.

                       Wenn Ihr Radio keinen Stummschaltungsknopf hat, können Sie diesen auf AUS

                       stellen.                                                    <<Ein>>

       Modulations-Pegel-Anzeige -

                       Mit dieser Option können Sie die Modulationsanzeige aktivieren/deaktivieren.

                       Sie können es ausschalten, wenn Sie bei schwachen Signalen Rauschen von der

                       Displayhardware empfangen.

                       Durch das Ausschalten werden die Daten auf dem Display reduziert. <<Ein>>

       Thema -         Hier können Sie Ihr Lieblingsfarbthema einstellen.           <<Standard>>

       Bildschirmschoner -

                       Wählen Sie einen Wert aus, der festlegen soll, nach welcher Zeit ohne

                       Bedienungsaktivitäten der Bildschirmschoner gestartet wird.    <<Aus>>

       Bildschirmschoner-Optionen -
                       Wählen Sie die Option aus was passieren soll, wenn der Bildschirmschoner

                       ausgelöst wird. (Reduzierung der Helligkeit oder komplett aus)


       Batterie-Optionen -

                      Mit dieser Option können Sie einstellen, wie der Batteriestatus angezeigt

                      werden soll. Ausgeschaltet sieht man ein Batteriesymbol mit einer grünen

                      Füllung, wenn die Batteriespannung niedriger wird, verringert sich die

                      grüne Füllung. Sie können stattdessen auch die Spannung oder den Prozentsatz

                      anzeigen lassen.                                            <<Aus>>

       Feldstärkeanzeige-Einheit -
                      Hier können Sie die Einheiten einstellen, die für die Feldstärkeanzeige

                      verwendet werden soll.

                      Sie können zwischen dBμV, dBf oder dBm wählen.              <<dBμV>>

       Ausschalt-Timer -
                      Stellen Sie die Zeit ein, zu der das Radio in den Standby-Modus wechselt.

                      Diese Option dient dazu, die Batterielaufzeit zu reduzieren, wenn Sie das

                      Radio unbeaufsichtigt eingeschaltet lassen.

                      Der Timer wird nach jedem Tastendruck zurückgesetzt.        <<60Min>>



 RDS Settings


      Show RDS errors - Set the threshold for RDS error processing.

                        The higher value, the higher change RDS parsing contains errors.

                        Can be usefull on disturbed FM signals

      Region -          Set the RDS region. When switched to USA the PTY will be changed to

                        RBDS and also a callsign will be shown under the PI code.

      Show underscore in RDS -
                       This will replace spaces with underscores in PS and RT texts.

      RDS filter -     This will enable or disable the RDS buffer filter in the TEF chip.

                       Disable this to have a quicker RDS decoding, but this can cause

                       some errors direct after tuning.

      Show PI errors - When enabled the PI code will also be shown, even when there are

                       errors in the RDS data. Can be usefull on weak FM signals.

                       If the PI code decoding has errors, a questionmark is shown next to

                       the PI code.

      Use AF -         Usefull when you are on the road. When a certain threshold is reached,

                       the radio will quickly scan for another transmitter with the same program,

                       but with a better signal.

      RT buffering -   This will buffer the radiotext and show it when the A/B flag changes.

                       It will give you a more smooth display of radiotext.

      Auto sort AF -   Enable this to automaticly sort the AF list from lowest to highest


      Fast PS -        This will show the PS direct after tuning, even when all bytes are

                       not received. This can cause missing characters direct after tuning,

                       but gives you a faster PS.



      RDS-Fehler anzeigen -

                     Hier wird der Wert für die Fehlertoleranz bei der RDS-Analyse eingestellt.

                     Je höher der Wert, desto mehr mögliche Fehler bei der RDS-Analyse.

                     Das kann bei gestörten UKW-Signalen nützlich sein           <<Wenig>>

      Region -       Legen Sie die RDS-Region fest. Bei der Umstellung auf die USA wird der PTY

                     auf RBDS geändert und auch ein Rufzeichen wird unter dem PI-Code angezeigt.

      Unterstrich in RDS anzeigen -

                     Dies wird Leerzeichen in PS- und RT-Texten durch Unterstriche ersetzen.


      RDS-Filter -   Dadurch wird der RDS-Pufferfilter im TEF-Chip aktiviert oder deaktiviert.

                     Deaktivieren Sie diese Option, um eine schnellere RDS-Dekodierung zu

                     erhalten, aber dies kann direkt nach dem Tuning zu Fehlern führen. <<Aus>>

       PI-Fehler anzeigen -
                     Wenn diese Option aktiviert ist, dann wird der PI-Code angezeigt, auch wenn

                     Fehler in den RDS-Daten vorliegen. Das kann bei schwachen FM-Signalen

                     nützlich sein.

                     Wenn die PI-Code-Decodierung Fehler aufweist, wird neben dem PI-Code ein

                     Fragezeichen angezeigt.                                            <<Aus>>

      AF verwenden - Nützlich, wenn Sie unterwegs sind. Wenn ein bestimmter Schwellenwert

                     erreicht ist, dann sucht der Empfänger schnell nach einem anderen Sender mit

                     dem gleichen Programm, aber mit einem besseren Signal.             <<Aus>>

      RT-Pufferung - Dadurch wird der Radiotext gepuffert und erst angezeigt, wenn sich die

                     A/B-Kennung ändert. Dadurch erhalten Sie eine flüssigere Anzeige von

                     Radiotext. (es existieren 2 mögliche RT Zeilen A/B)                <<Ein>>

      Auto-Sortierung AF -
                     Aktivieren Sie diese Option, um die AF-Liste automatisch von der niedrigsten

                     zur höchsten Frequenz zu sortieren.                                <<Ein>>

      Schnelle PSDadurch wird der PS direct nach dem Tuning angezeigt, auch wenn nicht alle

                     Bytes empfangen werden. Dies kann dazu führen, dass Zeichen direkt nach

                     dem Tuning fehlen, aber man erhält einen schnelleren PS.           <<Ein>>

 FM Settings



      Set converter offset -
                       Only usefull when you have an external RF converter connected to the

                       antenna input. Local oscillator value can be set between 200 and 2400MHz.

                       For normal FM radio reception, leave it at 0MHz.

      Set low band edge -

                     Set the low edge for the FM band

      Set high band edge -

                     Set the high edge for the FM band

      Set level offset -
                     Here you can set the RF level offset.

                     You can use this to compensate cable losses or antenna amplifier gain,

                     so the signalmeter gives you the right value

      Set low level threshold -
                     When the value is triggered, RDS will be disabled and data to the display

                     slows down. Can be usefull to prevent low signal stations disturbed by

                     interference from the display.

      Softmute FMWhen you switch this ON, the audio volume is reduced when static is received

      FM Noise blanker -
                     Can, in some cases, be helpfull to reduce interference from noise sources.

      FM default stepsize -
                     Set the default stepsize to 50kHz, 100kHz or 200kHz.

      Select FM band -

                                              Set the FM bands which should be available when toggling the bands with

                    the band button

      FM deemphasis -
                    Select the right deemphasis, set to 75 μS when you are receiving signals

                    in South and North America.



      Konverter-Offset festlegen -
                     Nur sinnvoll, wenn Sie einen externen HF-Konverter an den Antenneneingang

                     angeschlossen haben. Der lokale Oszillatorwert kann zwischen 200 und 2400 MHz

                     eingestellt werden. Für normalen UKW-Radioempfang belassen Sie es bei 0 MHz.

                                                                                     <<  0   MHz>>
      Untere Bandgrenze einstellen - (nur für UKW, OIRT 65-74 MHz separat vorhanden)
                     Einstellung für die untere Eck-Frequenz des UKW-Bereiches      
<< 87.5 MHz>>

      Obere Bandgrenze einstellen (nur für UKW, OIRT 65-74 MHz separat vorhanden)
                     Einstellung für die obere Eck-Frequenz des UKW-Bereiches       
<<108.0 MHz>>

      Pegelversatz festlegen -
                     Hier können Sie den HF-Pegel-Offset einstellen. Sie können dies verwenden,

                     um Kabelverluste oder den Gewinn des Antennenverstärkers zu kompensieren,

                     so dass die Feldstärkeanzeige Ihnen den richtigen Wert liefert    <<0dB>>

      Festlegen des unteren Schwellenwerts -
                     Wenn der Wert ausgelöst wird, wird RDS deaktiviert und die Daten auf dem

                     Display werden verlangsamt. Kann nützlich sein, um zu verhindern, dass

                     Sender mit niedrigem Signal durch Störungen des Displays gestört werden.

                                                                                   <<10 dBμV>>

      Softmute FMWenn Sie diese Option einschalten, wird die Lautstärke reduziert, wenn

                     statisches Rauschen empfangen wird.                            <<Ein>>

      UKW Rauschunterdrückung -
                     Kann in einigen Fällen hilfreich sein, um Störungen durch Rauschquellen zu

                     reduzieren.                                                    <<50%>>

      FM-Standardschrittweite -     (Schrittweite im OIRT-Bereich 30 kHz)

                     Stellt die Standardschrittweite auf 50 kHz, 100 kHz oder 200 kHz ein.
<<100 kHz>>

      UKW-Band auswählen -
                     Stellen Sie die UKW-Bänder ein (CCIR/OIRT), die beim Umschalten der Bänder

                     mit der Bandtaste verfügbar sein sollen                        <<UKW,OIRT>>

      UKW-Entzerrung -
                     Wählen Sie die richtige Deemphasis-Einstellung aus

                     Setzen sie den Wert auf auf 75 μS, wenn Sie Signale in Süd- und Nordamerika

                     empfangen.                                         Für Europa: <<50μs>>

 AM Settings

      Softmute AM - Reduces audio volume when receiving static

      AM Noise blanker -
                    Can, in some cases, be helpfull to reduce interference from noise sources.

      AM RF Level offset -
                    Adjust this to your needs. When using an active antenna the value should

                    be negative.

                    You can play with this value to get the best DSP performance on AM bands

      Select AM band -
                    Select the AM bands which should be available with the band selector

      Show SW wavelength -
                    This will show the broadcast band next to the frequency, for example "49m".

      AM CoChannel Detection -
                    Set the sensitivity for the AM CoChannel detector.

                    When CoChannelling is detected it will be shown on the screen.

                    It's only a detector, not a filter.

      CoChannel Det. Threshold -

                   Set the threshold for the CoChannel detector

      AM ATT -     Antenna attenuator setting for AM


      MW default stepsize - Selection between 9 kHz and 10 kHz step size


      Softmute AMReduziert die Lautstärke beim Empfang statischen Rauschens      <<Ein>>

      AM Rauschunterdrückung -

                     Kann in einigen Fällen hilfreich sein, um Störungen durch Rauschquellen zu

                     reduzieren.                                                     <<50%>>

      AM HF-Pegel-Offset -
                     Passen Sie dies an Ihre Bedürfnisse an. Bei Verwendung einer aktiven Antenne

                     sollte der Wert negativ sein. Sie können mit diesem Wert spielen, um die

                     beste DSP-Leistung auf AM-Bändern zu erzielen                   <<0 dB>>

      AM-Band auswählen -                                                            <<LW,MW,KW>>
                     Wählen Sie die AM-Bänder aus, die mit dem Bandwähler verfügbar sein sollen

      KW-Wellenlänge anzeigen -                                                      <<Ein>>
                     Dadurch wird das Rundfunkband neben der Frequenz angezeigt, z. B. "49m".

      AM-Gleichkanal-Erkennung -

                     Stellen Sie hier die Empfindlichkeit für den AM CoChannel-Detektor ein.

                     Erkannte Gleichkanal-Störungen werden auf dem Bildschirm angezeigt.

                     Es ist allerdings nur ein Detektor, kein Filter.                <<100%>>

      AM-Gleichkanal-Erkennung-Schwelle -

                     Schwellenwert Zähler für den CoChannel-Detektor                 << 3 >>

      AM ATT -       Einstellung der Antennen-Signaldämpfung für AM                  <<Aus>>

      MW Standard Schrittweite - Auswahl zwischen 9 kHz und 10 kHz Schrittweite      <<9 kHz>>



      USB Mode -   Set to XDRGTK or RDS Spy. When XDRGTK baudrate is set to 115200bps.

                   When set to RDS Spy baudrate is set to 19200bps.

      Wi-Fi Active -
                   Enable or disable the WiFi connection.

                   When connection, your IP address is shown on this line.

      Configure Wi-Fi -
                   Set the radio in Wi-Fi configuration. Follow the instructions to set

                   the Wi-Fi connection with the help of your smartphone.

                   You can also set the password voor XDRGTK connection over IP.

      Stationlist Client IP -
                   When you use Stationlist, set the IP address of the device which runs

                   Stationlist (for example, the IP address of your PC)

      Stationlist ID -
                  When you have more radio's connected to Stationlist, you can set the ID here.

                  With this you can detect which radio is controlling Stationlist



      USB-Modus -    Sie können unter dieser Option XDRGTK oder RDS Spy auswählen.   <<XDRGTK>>

                     Wird XDRGTK ausgewählt dann wird die Baudrate auf 115200 bps eingestellt.

                     Wird RDS Spy ausgewählt dann wird die Baudrate auf 19200 bps eingestellt.

      Wi-Fi AktivAktivieren oder deaktivieren Sie die WLAN-Verbindung. Bei der Verbindung

                     wird Ihre IP-Adresse in dieser Zeile angezeigt.                  <<Aus>>

                                                        (zuerst muss WLAN konfiguriert werden)

      Wi-Fi konfigurieren -

                     Stellen Sie das Radio in der Wi-Fi-Konfiguration ein.               >

                     Befolgen Sie die im Display angezeigten Anweisungen um die WLAN-Verbindung

                     mit Hilfe Ihres Smartphones einzurichten.

                     Sie können auch das Passwort für die XDRGTK-Verbindung über IP festlegen.

      Senderlisten-Client-IP -                                                           -
                    Wenn Sie das Programm "Stationlist" verwenden, tragen Sie hier die IP-Adresse

                    des Geräts ein, auf dem "Stationlist" ausgeführt wird

                    (z. B. die IP-Adresse Ihres PCs)

      Senderlisten-ID -                                                                << 1 >>
                    Wenn Sie mehrere TEF6686-Empfänger mit der "Stationlist" verbunden haben,

                    können Sie hier die ID einstellen.

                    Damit können Sie erkennen, welches Funkgerät die "Stationlist" steuert


 About software

     Show the credits of the people who made this software possible.




 Über die Software

     Zeigt das Impressum an mit dem Namen der Personen, die diese Software möglich gemacht haben.