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

 

 


 

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According to reports, after 85 years, Voice of Russia will end
shortwave and medium wave broadcasting effective April 1.

Voice of Russia is successor to the former Radio Moscow, which
broadcast in more languages, for more hours, with more
transmitters than any shortwave broadcast station.

Here is a portion of a 1965 Radio Moscow QSL card...

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                                                                                                     http://stfradio.co

 

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<EOT>
 



 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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RSID: <<2014-03-29T16:02Z MFSK-32 @ 17860000+1500>>
 



Welcome to program 52 of VOA Radiogram from the Voice of America.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Washington.

Today, VOA Radiogram marks one year on the air with an experiment
comparing four modes with speeds of about 100 words per minute...

  1:51 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  3:28 PSKR125 (110 wpm): VOA News re Ethiopia
  7:42 MT63-1000L (100 wpm): Same VOA New story
12:34 Thor25x4 (100 wpm): Same VOA News story
17:58 MFSK32 (120 wpm): Same VOA News story, with image
23:55 MFSK32: US international broadcasting FY2015 budget
25:58 MFSK32: Closing announcements, with image

Each mode will be preceded by 5 seconds of silence, followed by
the RSID, 5 more seconds of silence, and the RSID again.

Please send reception reports to radiogram@voanews.com

And visit voaradiogram.net

Twitter: @VOARadiogram


VOA Radiogram now changes to PSKR125...

 


 

RSID: <<2014-03-29T16:03Z PSK-125R @ 17860000+1500>>

RSID: <<2014-03-29T16:07Z MT63-1000L @ 17860000+1500>>

 

This is VOA Radiogram in PSKR125...


VOA NEWS

HRW: Ethiopia Eavesdrops on Phone Calls, E-mail

Marthe van der Wolf
March 25, 2014

ADDIS ABABA - A new report from Human Rights Watch says Ethiopia
is using some of the world's most adq eeeiullance software
to monitor communications from Ethiopians at home anrdS


Human Rights Watch says that the Ethiopian government is spying
on its<DC2>eponitoring the activities of Ethiopians in
the diaspora by using high tech software from China, Italy and
Germany.

Felix Horne is the Horn of Africa researcher with the
internationalna1h<GS>organization. He says the Ethiopian
goverAl\ltlimited access to records of phone calls and
emails of Ethiopians at home and abroad:

"Inside Ethiopia, its control of its Chinese developed telecom
system results in havic tPud eiccess to phone records and
metadata of all phone calls in the country," he said. "Outside
the country, they are using western-made technology to target the
activities of very specific members of the diaspora. These
technologies are being provided by a company in Italy, called
HackingTeam and a company in Germany called Gamma."

Ethiopia's telecommunication is monopolized by the state-owned
Ethio Telecom. A sim card can only be obtained in Ethiopia after
registering personal details, making it easy for the government
to identify domestic callers, according to Human Rights Watch.

A U.S. citizen of Ethiopian origin filed a lawsuit against the
Ethiopian government last month, saying his computer had been
hacked and he had been sp ot ore than four months.

Horne says ttlv t<ACK>afx a nic groups feel particularly at risk
when answering phone calls from abroad.

He says, "One of the things that we found in our research is that
individuals that receive phone calls from abroad are often
targeted and accused of talking to banned organizations or of
plotting something against the government, despite there being
little evidence to that effect."

Getachew Redda, an adviser to Ethiopia's prime minister, denies
the Human Rights Watch report. He says the groY iits it a
habit to accuse1<SYN>s pi t<US>tomost everything that goes wrong in
the region" and it has a "negative knee-jerk reaction about any
developmet"nbaPry."

He adds that the government "would not waste resources in
eavesdropping conversations of opposition figures" and that the
accusations are "pure hogwash."

http:tkR5i zrxws.com/content/hrw-ethiopia-eavesdrops-on-phone-c
aumept,x /1878727.html


VOA Radiogram now changes to MT63-1000L...

 

 

This is VOA Radiogram in MT63-1000L...


VOA NEWS

HRW: Ethiopia Eavesdrops on Phone Calls, E-mail

Marthe van der Wolf
March 25, 2014

ADDIS ABABA - A new report from Human Rights Watch says Ethiopia
is using some of the world's most advanced surveillance software
to monitor communications from Ethiopians at home and abroad.

Human Rights Watch says that the Ethiopian government is spying
on its citizens and monitoring the activities of Ethiopians in
the diaspora by using high tech software from China, Italy and
Germany.

Felix Horne is the Horn of Africa researcher with the
international human rights organization. He says the Ethiopian
government has unlimited access to records of phone calls and
emails of Ethiopians at home and abroad:

"Inside Ethiopia, its control of its Chinese developed telecom
system results in having unfettered access to phone records and
metadata of all phone calls in the country," he said. "Outside
the country, they are using western-made technology to target the
activities of very specific members of the diaspora. These
technologies are being provided by a company in Italy, called
HackingTeam and a company in Germany called Gamma."

Ethiopia's telecommunication is monopolized by the state-owned
Ethio Telecom. A sim card can only be obtained in Ethiopia after
registering personal details, making it easy for the government
to identify domestic callers, according to Human Rights Watch.

A U.S. citizen of Ethiopian origin filed a lawsuit against the
Ethiopian government last month, saying his computer had been
hacked and he had been spied on for more than four months.

Horne says that certain ethnic groups feel particularly at risk
when answering phone calls from abroad.

He says, "One of the things that we found in our research is that
individuals that receive phone calls from abroad are often
targeted and accused of talking to banned organizations or of
plotting something against the government, despite there being
little evidence to that effect."

Getachew Redda, an adviser to Ethiopia's prime minister, denies
the Human Rights Watch report. He says the group has "made it a
habit to accuse Ethiopia of almost everything that goes wrong in
the region" and it has a "negative knee-jerk reaction about any
developments in the country."

He adds that the government "would not waste resources in
eavesdropping conversations of opposition figures" and that the
accusations are "pure hogwash."

http://www.voanews.com/content/hrw-ethiopia-eavesdrops-on-phone-c
alls-e-mail/1878727.html



VOA Radiogram now changes to Thor25x4...

 

 

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   get of the synchronization easy,

   wide bandwidth, as expected solid results
   no errors







 

RSID: <<2014-03-29T16:12Z THOR 25x4 @ 17860000+1500>>

RSID: <<2014-03-29T16:18Z MFSK-32 @ 17860000+1500>>

 



This is VOA Radiogram in Thor25x4...


VOA NEWS

HRW: Ethiopia Eavesdrops on Phone Calls, E-mail

Marthe van der Wolf
March 25, 2014

ADDIS ABABA - A new report from Human Rights Watch says Ethiopia
is using some of the world's most advanced surveillance software
to monitor communications from Ethiopians at home and abroad.

Human Rights Watch says that the Ethiopian government is spying
on its citizens and monitoring the activities of Ethiopians in
the diaspora by using high tech software from China, Italy and
Germany.

Felix Horne is the Horn of Africa researcher with the
international human rights organization. He says the Ethiopian
government has unlimited access to records of phone calls and
emails of Ethiopians at home and abroad:

"Inside Ethiopia, its control of its Chinese developed telecom
system results in having unfettered access to phone records

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metadata of all phone calls in the country," he said. "Outside
the country, they are using western-made technology to target the
activities of very specific members of the diaspora. These
technologies are being provided by a company in Italy, called
HackingTeam and a company in Germany called Gamma."

Ethiopia's telecommunication is monopolized by the state-owned
Ethio Telecom. A sim card can only be obtained in Ethiopia after
registering personal details, making it easy for the government
to identify domestic callers, according to Human Rights Watch.

A U.S. citizen of Ethiopian origin filed a lawsuit against the
Ethiopian government last month, saying his computer had been
hacked and he had been spied on for more than four months.

Horne says that certain ethnic groups feel particularly at risk
when answering phone calls from abroad.

He says, "One of the things that we found in our research is that
individuals that receive phone calls from abroad are often
targeted and accused of talking to banned organizations or of
plotting something against the government, despite there being
little evidence to that effect."

Getachew Redda, an adviser to Ethiopia's prime minister, denies
the Human Rights Watch report. He says the group has "made it a
habit to accuse Ethiopia of almost everything that goes wrong in
the region" and it has a "negative knee-jerk reaction about any
developments in the country."

He adds that the government "would not waste resources in
eavesdropping conversations of opposition figures" and that the
accusations are "pure hogwash."

http://www.voanews.com/content/hrw-ethiopia-eavesdrops-on-phone-c
alls-e-mail/1878727.html


VOA Radiogram now changes to MFSK32...


 

 

 

This is VOA Radiogram in MFSK32...


VOA NEWS

HRW: Ethiopia Eavesdrops on Phone Calls, E-mail

Marthe van der Wolf
March 25, 2014

ADDIS ABABA - A new report from Human Rights Watch says Ethiopia
is using some of the world's most advanced surveillance software
to monitor communications from Ethiopians at home and abroad.

Human Rights Watch says that the Ethiopian government is spying
on its citizens and monitoring the activities of Ethiopians in
the diaspora by using high tech software from China, Italy and
Germany.

Felix Horne is the Horn of Africa researcher with the
international human rights organization. He says the Ethiopian
government has unlimited access to records of phone calls and
emails of Ethiopians at home and abroad:

"Inside Ethiopia, its control of its Chinese developed telecom
system results in having unfettered access to phone records and
metadata of all phone calls in the country," he said. "Outside
the country, they are using western-made technology to target the
activities of very specific members of the diaspora. These
technologies are being provided by a company in Italy, called
HackingTeam and a company in Germany called Gamma."

Ethiopia's telecommunication is monopolized by the state-owned
Ethio Telecom. A sim card can only be obtained in Ethiopia after
registering personal details, making it easy for the government
to identify domestic callers, according to Human Rights Watch.

A U.S. citizen of Ethiopian origin filed a lawsuit against the
Ethiopian government last month, saying his computer had been
hacked and he had been spied on for more than four months.

Horne says that certain ethnic groups feel particularly at risk
when answering phone calls from abroad.

He says, "One of the things that we found in our research is that
individuals that receive phone calls from abroad are often
targeted and accused of talking to banned organizations or of
plotting something against the government, despite there being
little evidence to that effect."

Getachew Redda, an adviser to Ethiopia's prime minister, denies
the Human Rights Watch report. He says the group has "made it a
habit to accuse Ethiopia of almost everything that goes wrong in
the region" and it has a "negative knee-jerk reaction about any
developments in the country."

He adds that the government "would not waste resources in
eavesdropping conversations of opposition figures" and that the
accusations are "pure hogwash."

http://www.voanews.com/content/hrw-ethiopia-eavesdrops-on-phone-c
alls-e-mail/1878727.html


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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   several attempts necessary.
   while the existing synchronization no errors.
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   despite moderate bandwidth no mistake - as expected.
   MFSK32 still known as solid safe digital communication mode

     - my personal winner -
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s MT63-1000L something more robust for the way to Japan

   or New Zealand - we will see it, I'm curious        - roger -


 

 

 


MFSK32 image follows: Internet caf in Lalibela, Amhara Region,
Ethiopia.
 


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BBG to Become More Nimble and Streamlined Under the FY15 Budget
Request

WASHINGTON (March 25, 2014) - The Broadcasting Board of Governors
(BBG) today released its detailed Fiscal Year 2015 budget
request. The agency, which oversees civilian international news
and information programs for people in more than 100 countries,
is seeking $721.26 million to meet strategic priorities,
migrating to media that its listeners and viewers increasingly
use, and innovating to reach next-generation audiences.

...

By reducing administrative operations, eliminating needless
language service overlap, streamlining central news operations,
optimizing information technology and reducing ineffective
transmissions, the agency would save about $32.9 million under
this budget request. Such reductions will be taken in order to
sustain core journalistic operations.

As online and mobile media grow, along with distribution through
more local affiliate partnerships, the request proposes migrating
from use of legacy radio transmissions that are not a primary
source of news for markets in Vietnam, Belarus, Laos, and
elsewhere.

Complete text of this BBG news release at

http://www.bbg.gov/blog/2014/03/25/bbg-to-become-more-nimble-and-streamlined-under-the-fy15-budget-request/


 

 

 

 

Please send reception reports to radiogram@voanews.com.

And visit voaradiogram.net.

Twitter: @VOARadiogram.

Thanks to colleagues at the Edward R. Murrow shortwave
transmitting station in North Carolina.

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

This is VOA, the Voice of America.

 

 

 

 

 


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RSID: <<2014-03-29T16:28Z OL 64-2K @ 17860000+1500>>

Thanks for all your support during the first year of VOA Radiogram.


 

 

 

 


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

 

 QTH:

 D-06193 Petersberg (Germany/Germania)

 Ant.:

 Dipol for 40m-Band

 RX:

 ICOM IC-R75 + IF-mixer

 Software IF:

 con STUDIO1 - Software italiano per SDR       [USB]

 Software AF:

 Fldigi 3.21.80  +   flmsg 1.1.33AC

 OS:

 German XP-SP3 with support for asian languages

 PC:               

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

 


 

 

 

 

DRM-images   -   received via EASYPAL/DSSTV on 14233kHz/USB    (FRG-100 / Dipol for ~12 MHz)

 

 

Here are some pictures of  F4GOP -  Denis Palais  [La Lande Patry, Dpartement  61 L'orne , Le Nord Ouest France, Normandie] received in the last days: