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

 


 

 

Am 08.04.2016 um 12:45 schrieb VOA Radiogram:
"....Hello friends,

The German communications regulator Bundesnetzagentur has changed its mind about allowing digital modes on shortwave broadcast transmitters in Germany. Apparently BNetzA thought that Channel 292 was transmitting the text and images in single sideband (SSB), which is how amateurs, military, etc, transmit the digital modes. Now that they know that the MFSK32 and other modes are sent as program audio on an analogue amplitude-modulation shortwave transmitter, their objections were withdrawn. (It's similar to A2A modulated CW.)
BNetzA prefers that the term MFSK32 not be used to describe these broadcasts, but we have to specify the mode so that you can set Fldigi or other decoding software to the correct mode. In any case, the weekly MFSK32 transmission will resume on The Mighty KBC, and DigiDX will return to Channel 292.........
.............The Mighty KBC will (after a one-week break) transmit a minute of MFSK32 Sunday at about 0220 UTC (Saturday 10:20 pm EDT) on 6040 kHz, via Germany. Sometimes the MFSK32 is as late as 0228 UTC. Reports for this KBC reception to Eric: themightykbc@gmail.com

 

 


 

 

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Hello and welcome to DigiDX 8, a weekly review of the latest shortwave and DX news broadcast in the MFSK32 mode. This broadcast includes shortwave news and reception reports and PrimeTimeShortwave.com’s A16 schedule for English broadcasts to Europe and North/South

America.

 

The A16 schedules English to Europe are included in the main 1500Hz broadcast in MFSK32 but after 3 minutes on 2200Hz the A16 English schedules to the America’s starts and will be broadcast for 19 minutes. To decode either record and playback the episode and decode

both separately or open two copies of FlDigi / MultiPSK (or one of each if you are having problems opening two instances of the same software).

 

Also included after the feature is another attempt to broadcast a MIDI audio file, this time in Olivia 64-2000 mode.

 

DigiDX weekly schedule:

 

Sunday  2130 - 15770kHz via WRMI (Okeechobee, FL, USA)

Sunday  2330 - 11580kHz via WRMI (Okeechobee, FL, USA)

Monday  2000 -  6070kHz via Channel 292 (Rohrbach Wall, DE)

 

Any changes to this schedule or extra broadcasts will be listed on http://www.digidx.uk

 

The good news after last week's worries over broadcasts from Germany via Channel 292 or Radio 700 is that DigiDX and other digital mode broadcasts are now again permitted via German transmitters.

 

Thanks to Rainer from Channel 292 for speaking to the German regulator “Bundesnetzagentur” to establish that as long as broadcasts are “Analogue MFSK32 via AM/A3” (which DigiDX has always been) they will be allowed.

 

Thanks to everyone who emailed in their support or posted on the Facebook page during this time of uncertainty,

 

 

<<2016-04-10T21:33Z MFSK-32 @ 17580000+2200>>

thanks also for Kim Andrew Elliott for bringing the news to a wide audience via the VOA Radiogram site.

 

If you enjoy DigiDX and find the service useful please consider donating via our Patreon page. Any money donated will go towards paying for airtime to keep DigiDX on the air to Europe and North America.

Every donation will help no matter how little - https://www.patreon.com/digidx.

 

Thanks very much to listener Mike Stapp for already contributing to the Patreon campaign.

 

 

 

Latest Shortwave News:

 

Iran to end shortwave broadcasts in English

Radio Canada International via Radio 700 update

Madagascar World Voice update

Radio Habana Cuba to launch in Italian

 

 

 

Iran to end shortwave broadcasts in English

 

IRIB looks as if it is to end shortwave broadcasts in English if the email that has been sent out this week is anything to go by:

 

“Dear Stephen,

Warm greetings from IRIB English Radio Broadcast

IRIB English radio has recently planned to broadcast its programs via Internet and satellite and based on this plan, the shortwave broadcast of our radio will be unfortunately discontinued. As a radio hobbyist and an audience of IRIB English Radio based in Tehran,

Iran, what do you think about this idea? Do you think we should take this measure and act as we have planned or you still prefer to follow our programs via shortwave radio? Please let us know and help us to make the best decision.

Best Regards”

 

Although it initially suggested the decision has been made, it does leave the door open for emails to them to be able to affect the final decision. The email address to send your emails to is englishradio@irib.ir

 

 

 

 

Radio Canada International via Radio 700 update

 

As mentioned last week on DigiDX, Radio Canada International did start its broadcast on Channel 292. DXLD listener Richard Langley wrote to Christian Milling director of Radio 700 and was told that Radio 700’s associated company “ShortwaveService” have set up an
official cooperation deal to re-broadcast Radio Canada Internationals “The Link” programme in English and “Tam Tam” in French. There is also a deal in place to broadcast a Spanish programme from RCI on Radio 700 in future.
 

Every Saturday between 1400-1430 on 7310kHz will be a programme in English and on 6005kHz between 1430-1530 a French language broadcast.

Radio 700 are also still in discussions with Radio Belarus to continue the relay of their German service on 3985kHz.

 

 

 

 

Madagascar World Voice update

 

Last week on DigiDX we also mentioned about the new shortwave station Madagascar World Voice, however Victor Goonetilleke has brought news from one of their programme hosts Henry Huffard that they are temporarily off air.  This is due to a defective part at their

transmitter station and the wait for a new part to be shipped to Madagascar. MWV was putting out a very good signal well recieved in Europe and North America so hopefully the new part is with them soon.

 

 

 

Radio Habana Cuba to launch in Italian

 

Radio Habana Cuba who recently launched an Italian section on their website have announced that Italian shortwave broadcast will also soon start daily for 30 minutes.  Arnie Coro from RHC is attempting to find more Italian speaking editors to work and produce the

programme so it can be put on the air.

 

 

 

 

Upcoming relays and special broadcasts:

 

Radio Northern Ireland will broadcast live on Channel 292 and WRMI every week in April at the following times / frequencies:

 

Monday    9955kHz  : 0130-0200 via WRMI

Saturday  15770kHz : 2100-2130 via WRMI

Monday    6070kHz  : 1700-1800 via Channel 292

 

VOA Radiogram will be on air this weekend for full details of the programme to be transmitted and the modes used go to http://voaradiogram.net/

 

 

On 1500Hz now in MFSK32 mode is the PrimeTimeShortwave.com schedules in English to Europe for the A16 season. These schedules are reproduced with permission of Daniel Sampson and are compiled by Ernest Riley and Daniel Sampson.

 

PRIME TIME SHORTWAVE - http://www.primetimeshortwave.com

English shortwave broadcasts to Europe sorted by time

 

Relay site codes: ae-United Arab Emirates, al-Albania, ar-Armenia,

as-Ascension, au-Austria, bt-Botswana, bu-Bulgaria, ch-China, cu-Cuba,

cy-Cyprus, fr-France, ge-Germany, gr-Greenville USA, ka-Kazakhstan,

ko-South Korea, ku-Kuwait, ma-Madagascar, ml-Mali, mo-Moldova,

nm-North Mariana Islands, om-Oman, pa-Palau, ph-Philippines, ro-Romania,

ru-Russia, rw-Rwanda, sa-Sao Tome e Principe, se-Seychelles, si-Singapore,

sl-Sri Lanka, sp-Spain, ta-Taiwan,th-Thailand, tj-Tajikistan,

uk-United Kingdom, uz-Uzbekistan, va-Santa Maria Vatican, wb-WWRB USA,

wc-WWCR USA, wh-WHRI USA, wi-WINB USA, wq-WBCQ USA, wr-WRMI USA, wt-WTWW USA.

za-South Africa

 

Notes -- Days of week: Su-Sunday, M-Monday, Tu-Tuesday, W-Wednesday,

Th-Thursday, F-Friday, Sa-Saturday, exW-except Wednesday

Target areas: Af-Africa, Am-America, As-Asia, Eu-Europe, LA-Latin America,

ME-Middle East, NA-North America, Oc-Oceania/Australia; e-East, w-West,

Other: alt-alternate frequency, drm-Digital Radio Mondiale, occ-occasional use,

le-Learning English

 

This page was last updated by Ernest Riley on March 27, 2016. Version A16v01

 

UTC Time  Notes      Country         Station             Frequencies

0000-0100 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      7350

0000-0100 NA,Eu, M   U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5920wh

0000-0100 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               6115

0000-0200 NA,Eu      U. S. A.        WTWW                9475

0000-1200 Eu,ME      U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7780wr

0000-1200 eNA, wEu   U. S. A.        WWCR3               4840

0030-0100 wEu, eNA   Slovakia        R. Slovakia         11580wr

0100-0200 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      9470, 9675

0100-0200 As,ME,Eu   Tajikistan      V. of Tajik         7245

0100-0300 Eu         U. S. A.        WRMI                11580

0100-0900 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               3215

0100-2300 Eu         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  11580wr

0200-1400 NA,Eu,Af   U. S. A.        WTWW                5830

0300-0330 Eu, Su     U. S. A.        WHRI                7520

0300-0355 eNA,wEu    Turkey          V. of Turkey        9515

0445-0500 Eu,Sa      U. S. A.        Eternal Good News   11635wh

0445-0500 Eu, Sa     U. S. A.        WHRI                11635

0500-0530 Eu         Japan           R. Japan            5975uk

0500-0600 Eu         United Kingdom  BBC                 3955 drm

0500-0600 Eu         U. S. A.        WHRI                11635

0530-0600 Eu         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    7330 drm, 9620

0530-0600 Eu         Thailand        R. Thailand         17640

0700-0730 Eu, Sa     Canada          Bible Voice         7220ge

0700-0730 Eu, Su     Canada          Bible Voice         7220ge

0700-0800 Eu         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7355wh

0700-0900 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      13710al, 17490

0800-0900 Eu, Sa     Italy           IRRS                9510bu

0900-1000 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      17490, 17570, 17650

0900-1200 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               15795

0930-1200 Eu, Su     Italy           IRRS                9510bu

1000-1100 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      17490

1100-1104 Eu         Pakistan        R. Pakistan         15730, 17730

1100-1130 Eu, Sa     South Korea     KBS World R.        9760uk drm

1100-1130 Eu, F      Japan           R. Japan            9760uk drm

1100-1200 Eu         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    13790, 15130

1100-1300 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      13665al, 17490

1200-1300 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      17630

1200-2200 Eu,ME      U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  15770wr

1200-2200 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               15825

1230-1325 wEu        Turkey          V. of Turkey        15450

1300-1400 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      13670, 17630

1300-1400 As,ME,Eu   Tajikistan      V. of Tajik         7245

1330-1427 Eu         North Korea     V. of Korea         7570, 12015

1400-1500 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      13710, 17630

1400-1500 Eu         Oman            R. Sultanate Oman   15140

1400-1600 Eu, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  13810fr

1400-1600 Eu, M-F    U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  13810ge

1400-2400 NA,Eu      U. S. A.        WTWW                9475

1500-1600 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      13640, 15245

1530-1627 Eu         North Korea     V. of Korea         7570, 12015

1600-1630 Eu, Af, As Vietnam         V. of Vietnam       7220, 7280, 9550, 9730

1600-1700 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      11940, 11965, 13760

1600-1700 Eu         South Korea     KBS World R.        9515

1600-1900 ME,Eu      U. S. A.        WEWN                15610

1600-2100 Eu         U. S. A.        WMLK                9275

1700-1730 Eu         Vietnam         V. of Vietnam       9625au

1700-1800 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      12015, 13760

1700-1800 Eu         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    9540, 11810 drm

1745-1900 Eu         Bangladesh      Bangladesh Betar    13580

1745-1945 Eu         India           All India R.        7550 drm, 9950 drm, 11670

1800-1900 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      9600, 13760

1800-1900 Eu, F-Su   Italy           IRRS                7290bu

1800-1900 Eu         South Korea     KBS World R.        7275

1800-1900 Eu,M-F     Argentina       RAE                 9690, 15345

1830-1925 Eu         Turkey          V. of Turkey        9785

1830-1927 Eu         North Korea     V. of Korea         7570, 12015

1830-2000 Eu, Su     Canada          Bible Voice         6030ge

1900-1930 Eu, As     Vietnam         V. of Vietnam       7280, 9730

1900-2000 Eu         Thailand        R. Thailand         9390

1900-2000 Eu         Indonesia       V. of Indonesia     9525

1920-2020 Eu         Iran            VOIRI               7315, 9665

1930-1945 Eu, Sa     U. S. A.        Eternal Good News   6030ge

2000-2020 Eu,Tu,W,F  Belarus         R. Belarus          11730, 11930

2000-2030 Eu, M-Sa   Albania         R. Tirana           7465

2000-2100 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      5960al, 7285al, 9600

2000-2100 Eu, Su     U. S. A.        WHRI                11705

2020-2200 Eu         Belarus         R. Belarus          11730, 11930

2030-2045 Eu         Thailand        R. Thailand         9390

2030-2100 Eu         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    6170, 11870 drm

2030-2100 Eu         Vietnam         V. of Vietnam       7280, 9730

2045-2230 Eu         India           All India R.        7550 drm, 9445, 9950 drm, 11670

2100-2115 Eu, Su     U. S. A.        Eternal Good News   11705wh

2100-2115 Eu, W      Cyprus          FG Radio            15770wr

2100-2200 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      5960al, 7285al, 7415,9600

2100-2200 Eu, Su     U. S. A.        WHRI                11705

2100-2200 Eu         U. S. A.        WRMI                15770

2115-2245 Eu         Egypt           R. Cairo            9800, 9900

2130-2227 Eu         North Korea     V. of Korea         7570, 12015

2145-2200 Eu, W      Cyprus          FG Radio            15770wr

2200-2255 eNA,wEu    Turkey          V. of Turkey        9830

2200-2300 Eu         South Korea     KBS World R.        11810

2200-2300 NA,Eu ,M-F U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9505wh

2200-2300 Eu         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    7430, 9760

2200-2400 Eu         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  15770wr

2200-2400 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               6115

2300-2315 Eu, Tu     Cyprus          FG Radio            5850wr, 5985wr, 11580wr

2300-2315 Eu, Th     Cyprus          FG Radio            5850wr, 11580wr, 11920wr

2300-2400 Eu         China           China R. Int'l      7350

2300-2400 NA,Eu ,M-F U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9505wh

2300-2400 Eu         U. S. A.        WRMI                5850, 11580

2330-2400 Eu, M-Sa   Ukraine         R. Ukraine Int'l    11580wr

 

This shortwave schedule list is intended for personal use only.  Any other use

without giving credit to or getting permission from Daniel Sampson,

webmaster@primetimeshortwave.com, and giving credit to the Prime Time Shortwave

website is strictly prohibited.

 

 

Now follows this weeks over-the-air QSL card:

 

Sending Pic:432x247;

 

 

 

 

Rafael Rodriguez and Williams Lopez tuned in on 15770kHz on Sunday from South America (Colombia and Venezula) with Rafael commenting - “Many Thanks. I was listening the transmission from
WRMI in 15770 at 2130, much better that actual 11580 Khz from same place; I received your Over-the-air QSL card.” Nestor Vargas also from Venezula llistened on 11580 kHz using a DX-375.
Thanks to you all, we hope you listen again!

 

 

 

Now DigiDX finishes in Olivia 64-2000 mode we have another famous tune that used to be heard on shortwave. This text is a Base64 encoded MIDI file  which can be converted to to MP3 by going to http://midi.digidx.uk (and select the Submit option) or go to

http://www.motobit.com/util/base64-decoder-encoder.asp choosing to decode the data and export to file, the file can then be renamed a .MID file and then the MIDI file can be opened in Winamp or a similar software. Last week the Midi file was Radio Moscow's interval signal.

 

PRIME TIME SHORTWAVE - http://www.primetimeshortwave.com

English shortwave broadcasts to the Americas sorted by time

 

Relay site codes: ae-United Arab Emirates, al-Albania, ar-Armenia,

as-Ascension, au-Austria, bt-Botswana, bu-Bulgaria, ch-China, cu-Cuba,

cy-Cyprus, fr-France, ge-Germany, gr-Greenville USA, ka-Kazakhstan,

ko-South Korea, ku-Kuwait, ma-Madagascar, ml-Mali, mo-Moldova,

nm-North Mariana Islands, om-Oman, pa-Palau, ph-Philippines, ro-Romania,

ru-Russia, rw-Rwanda, sa-Sao Tome e Principe, se-Seychelles, si-Singapore,

sl-Sri Lanka, sp-Spain, ta-Taiwan,th-Thailand, tj-Tajikistan,

uk-United Kingdom, uz-Uzbekistan, va-Santa Maria Vatican, wb-WWRB USA,

wc-WWCR USA, wh-WHRI USA, wi-WINB USA, wq-WBCQ USA, wr-WRMI USA, wt-WTWW USA.

za-South Africa

 

Notes -- Days of week: Su-Sunday, M-Monday, Tu-Tuesday, W-Wednesday,

Th-Thursday, F-Friday, Sa-Saturday, exW-except Wednesday

Target areas: Af-Africa, Am-America, As-Asia, Eu-Europe, LA-Latin America,

ME-Middle East, NA-North America, Oc-Oceania/Australia; e-East, w-West,

Other: alt-alternate frequency, drm-Digital Radio Mondiale, occ-occasional use,

le-Learning English

 

This page was last updated by Ernest Riley on March 27, 2016. Version A16v01

 

UTC Time  Notes      Country         Station              Frequencies

0000-0030 NA         Egypt           R. Cairo            9965

0000-0100 NA,Eu, M   U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5920wh

0000-0100 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9370wb

0000-0100 NA         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    9730, 11800

0000-0100 NA         Thailand        R. Thailand         15590

0000-0100 Am, Sa     U. S. A.        WBCQ                5130

0000-0100 NA         U. S. A.        WHRI                5920

0000-0100 NA         U. S. A.        WHRI                7385

0000-0100 LA         U. S. A.        WHRI                7315

0000-0100 NA         U. S. A.        Wld Univ Network    13845wc

0000-0100 LA         U. S. A.        WRMI                9955

0000-0100 NA         U. S. A.        WTWW                12105

0000-0100 LA         U. S. A.        WTWW                9930

0000-0100 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               6115

0000-0200 NA         China           China R. Int'l      6020al, 9570al

0000-0200 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7730wr

0000-0200 NA,Eu      U. S. A.        WTWW                9475

0000-0200 NA         U. S. A.        WWRB                3215, 5050

0000-0300 LA         U. S. A.        KVOH                9975

0000-0300 NA, Su     Netherlands     Mighty KBC Radio    6040ge

0000-0300 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5050wb

0000-0300 Am, M      U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7490wq

0000-0300 LA         U. S. A.        WINB                9265

0000-1000 Am         Anguilla        Wld Univ Network    6090

0000-1200 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  11920wr

0000-1200 eNA, wEu   U. S. A.        WWCR3               4840

0000-1300 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  3185wb

0000-1400 LA         U. S. A.        WTWW                5085

0000-2100 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7570wr

0000-2400 NA         Canada          CFRX                6070

0000-2400 NA         Canada          CFVP                6030

0000-2400 NA         Canada          CKZU                6160

0000-2400 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5015wr

0000-2400 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  11825wr

0000-2400 Am         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  13695wr

0000-2400 NA         U. S. A.        TruNews             9395wr

0030-0100 wNA        Slovakia        R. Slovakia         5850wr

0030-0100 wEu, eNA   Slovakia        R. Slovakia         11580wr

0100-0128 NA         Vietnam         V. of Vietnam       12005uk

0100-0200 NA         China           China R. Int'l      9580cu

0100-0200 LA, F-Sa   France          R. France Int'l     11580wr

0100-0200 Am, Tu-Sa  U. S. A.        WBCQ                7490

0100-0200 Am         U. S. A.        WBCQ                9330

0100-0200 NA         U. S. A.        WHRI                7385

0100-0200 LA, Su-M   U. S. A.        WHRI                7315

0100-0200 NA, Tu-Sa  U. S. A.        WHRI                5920

0100-0300 Am, Tu-Su  U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7490wq

0100-0300 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5985wr

0100-0400 Am         U. S. A.        WRNO                7506.4

0100-0400 NA         U. S. A.        WWRB                3195, 5050

0100-0500 NA         Cuba            R. Havana Cuba      6000, 6165

0100-0500 Am, Su-M   U. S. A.        WBCQ                5130

0100-0500 LA         U. S. A.        WRMI                9955

0100-0700 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5850wr

0100-0700 Am         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7730wr

0100-0900 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               3215

0100-1100 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5950wr

0130-0200 LA, Tu-Su  Czech Republic  R. Prague           9955wr

0130-0200 NA, Tu-Su  Albania         R. Tirana           9850

0200-0215 NA, M      U. S. A.        Eternal Good News   7385wh

0200-0230 NA         Thailand        R. Thailand         15590

0200-0300 LA         South Korea     KBS World R.        9580

0200-0300 LA, W-Su   France          R. France Int'l     11580wr

0200-0300 NA, Tu-Sa  U. S. A.        WHRI                7385

0200-0300 LA         U. S. A.        WHRI                7315

0200-0300 NA         U. S. A.        WHRI                5920

0200-0330 NA         Egypt           R. Cairo            9315

0200-0400 Am, Th     U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5130wq

0200-1400 NA,Eu,Af   U. S. A.        WTWW                5830

0230-0300 NA         Vietnam         V. of Vietnam       12005uk

0245-0300 LA, Th     Cyprus          FG Radio            9955wr

0300-0355 eNA,wEu    Turkey          V. of Turkey        9515

0300-0400 NA         China           China R. Int'l      9790cu

0300-0400 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5985wr

0300-0400 Am, Su     U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7490wq

0300-0400 NA         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    9730, 11800

0300-0400 NA,Tu-Sa   Argentina       RAE                 11711

0300-0400 NA, Tu-Sa  U. S. A.        WHRI                5920

0300-0400 NA         U. S. A.        WHRI                7385

0300-0500 Am, M      U. S. A.        WBCQ                7490

0320-0420 NA         Iran            VOIRI (VO Justice)  7420, 11780

0330-0400 LA         Vietnam         V. of Vietnam       6175wh

0400-0430 LA, Su-M   Czech Republic  R. Prague           9955wr

0400-0430 NA         U. S. A.        WHRI                7385

0400-0500 Am, M-Sa   U. S. A.        WBCQ                7490

0400-0600 NA, Tu-Sa  U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5890wc

0400-1100 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5890wc

0430-0527 LA         North Korea     V. of Korea         11735, 13760, 15180

0500-0700 Am         Cuba            R. Havana Cuba      6000, 6060, 6100, 6165

0500-1000 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9955wr

0500-2200 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5985wr

0515-0530 LA, W,F    Cyprus          FG Radio            9955wr

0600-0700 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7315wh

0600-0700 LA         Cuba            R. Havana Cuba      5040

0700-1000 LA         U. S. A.        WRMI                5850

0900-1200 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               15795

1000-1030 NA         U. S. A.        WRMI                5850

1000-1400 LA         U. S. A.        WRMI                9955

1000-2200 Am         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  11825wr

1000-2200 Am         Anguilla        Wld Univ Network    11775

1030-1100 LA         U. S. A.        AWR                 5950wr

1030-1127 LA         North Korea     V. of Korea         6170, 9435

1100-1400 NA, M-F    U. S. A.        WWCR3               13845

1100-2300 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5850wr

1130-1430 LA, Su     U. S. A.        WINB                9265

1200-1300 NA, M-F    U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5890wc

1200-1300 NA, Su     U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9840wh

1200-1300 Am         U. S. A.        WHRI                7385

1200-2200 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  17790wr

1200-2200 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5950wr

1200-2200 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               15825

1200-2400 NA, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        Wld Univ Network    13845wc

1230-1245 LA, Su     Cyprus          FG Radio            9955wr

1300-1330 LA, M-Sa   Czech Republic  R. Prague           9955wr

1300-1400 NA         China           China R. Int'l      9570cu

1300-1400 NA         South Korea     KBS World R.        15575

1300-1400 NA, Su     U. S. A.        WHRI                7385

1300-1400 NA, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        WHRI                9840

1300-1500 NA, M-F    U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9980wc

1300-2400 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9370wb

1330-1427 NA         North Korea     V. of Korea         9435, 11710

1400-1415 LA, W      Cyprus          FG Radio            9955wr

1400-1500 NA         China           China R. Int'l      15700cu

1400-1500 NA, Sa     U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9840wh

1400-1600 NA, Sa     U. S. A.        WWCR3               13845

1400-2000 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9955wr

1400-2200 NA         U. S. A.        WJHR                15555 USB

1400-2400 NA,Eu      U. S. A.        WTWW                9475

1400-2400 LA         U. S. A.        WTWW                9930

1430-1800 LA, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        WINB                9265

1445-1500 LA, Tu     Cyprus          FG Radio            9955wr

1500-1600 NA         China           China R. Int'l      15700cu

1500-1600 NA, Sa     U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9840wh

1500-1600 NA, Su     U. S. A.        WHRI                9840

1500-2300 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9980wc

1500-2400 NA, M-F    U. S. A.        Wld Univ Network    13845wc

1530-1627 NA         North Korea     V. of Korea         9435, 11710

1600-1700 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9840wh

1700-1800 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9840wh

1700-2400 NA         U. S. A.        WTWW                12105

1800-1900 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  17530wh

1800-1900 LA, M-F    U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9265wi

1800-1900 NA         U. S. A.        WHRI                9840

1800-2400 LA         U. S. A.        WINB                9265

1900-2000 NA, Su     U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9840wh

1900-2000 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  17530wh

1900-2000 LA         Cuba            R. Havana Cuba      11670

1900-2000 NA, M-Sa   U. S. A.        WHRI                9840

1900-2000 LA, Sa     U. S. A.        WHRI                17610

2000-2100 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  17530wh

2000-2100 Am, Tu     U. S. A.        WBCQ                7490

2030-2100 NA         Romania         R. Romania Int'l    11870, 13650

2100-2115 NA, W      Cyprus          FG Radio            7570wr

2100-2200 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  17530wh

2100-2200 LA, M-Tu   France          R. France Int'l     15770wr

2100-2200 Am, M-F    U. S. A.        WBCQ                7490

2100-2200 LA, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        WRMI                9955

2100-2400 LA, W-Su   U. S. A.        WRMI                9955

2115-2200 LA, W      France          R. France Int'l     15770wr

2130-2200 LA, Th     France          R. France Int'l     15770wr

2200-2255 eNA,wEu    Turkey          V. of Turkey        9830

2200-2300 LA, M-F    U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9955wr

2200-2300 Am, M-F    U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7490wq

2200-2300 NA,Eu ,M-F U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9505wh

2200-2300 LA, F      Taiwan          PCJ Radio Int'l     9955wr

2200-2300 Am, Su     U. S. A.        WBCQ                7490

2200-2300 NA, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        WHRI                9505

2200-2400 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7570wr

2200-2400 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  5050wb

2200-2400 LA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  11920wr

2200-2400 NA         U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  7570wr

2200-2400 Am, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        WBCQ                7490

2200-2400 Am         Anguilla        Wld Univ Network    6090

2200-2400 eNA, Eu    U. S. A.        WWCR1               6115

2200-2400 NA         U. S. A.        WWRB                3215

2230-2300 LA         U. S. A.        AWR                 5950wr

2300-2400 LA         China           China R. Int'l      5990cu

2300-2400 LA, M-F    U. S. A.        KVOH                9975

2300-2400 NA, M-F    U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9980wc

2300-2400 NA,Eu ,M-F U. S. A.        Overcomer Ministry  9505wh

2300-2400 NA         Egypt           R. Cairo            9965

2300-2400 LA         Cuba            R. Havana Cuba      5040

2300-2400 LA         U. S. A.        WHRI                7315

2300-2400 NA, Sa-Su  U. S. A.        WHRI                9505

2300-2400 LA         U. S. A.        WRMI                9955

2345-2400 LA,Su      U. S. A.        Eternal Good News   7315wh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to program 158 of VOA Radiogram from the Voice of
America.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Washington.

Here is the lineup for today's program, all in MFSK32 except
where noted:

  1:32 Program preview (now)
  2:46 China domain name rules*
11:58 South Korea blocks North Korea Tech website*
18:09 Mars Opportunity rover photographs dust devil*
23:01 Photo of migrant from RFE/RL Top Shots*
26:24 Closing announcements*
28:01 Olivia 64-2000: Frequencies under music

* with image


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Twitter: @VOARadiogram




VOA NEWS

China Domain Name Rules Could Hurt Business, Competition

William Ide, Joyce Huang
April 06, 2016

BEIJING - China's recently proposed new regulations that require
companies to register Internet domain names domestically is
raising concern about a further tightening of access in
cyberspace in a country that already has some of the world's
strictest online controls.

Analysts said it is also feeding worries about the impact the
rules could have on business and competition.

Domain names provide Internet users with a simple way of linking
up to websites. Behind each name is a numerical IP (Internet
Protocol) address that connects users to a server where
information and data for the website is stored.

For security and service reasons, many domain names for websites
in China are registered overseas. But that is something
authorities are looking to change.

Who will be impacted?

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, or MIIT,
published in March the draft rules for public comment and
immediately sparked a backlash, with some wondering if the
regulations could lead to the complete blockage of websites with
domain names abroad.

The deadline for public comment ends April 25 and it is unclear
how soon the rules could be approved after that.

The regulations state that all websites with "network access" in
China, must have their domain names registered in China. But when
concerns were raised, MIIT issued a statement assuring businesses
that the proposed regulations wouldn't impact websites "with
network access abroad."

The body also said the rules would not affect the ability of
users to access those websites and that the rules would not
impact the efforts of foreign companies to launch services in
China.

Domestic firms hardest hit

Assurances aside, there are still questions about the possible
impact of the new regulations. And for now, it appears that local
Internet companies will bear the brunt of that burden.

For starters, if the new rules are approved, they will add to an
already heavy load of administrative work that local Internet
firms bear, said Charlie Smith (pseudonym), co-founder of
GreatFirewall.org, a website that monitors China's online
censorship.

In an emailed response to questions about the proposed rules,
Smith said authorities should be concerned the new rules could
spur local companies to speak out about the overbearing costs of
doing business in China.

"In many ways, these companies have far more power to fight back
against these restrictions than foreign companies," Smith said.
"I wonder if somehow authorities felt that domestic companies
were fighting back and decided to add an extra layer of
security."

Although the rules aim to promote local data storage and
real-name registration for websites, something that could benefit
local companies, the requirement to register domestically will
bring extra costs for Internet firms, such as marketing and
maintenance.

"Right now it seems that the key target of the regulations are
companies that use domestic servers but have their domain name
registered overseas," said Matt Ma, an intellectual property
rights lawyer.

More control

In addition to companies, the new regulations are also likely to
have a huge impact on personal websites, blogs and online forums
as many are registered overseas but use domestic as well as
international servers to host their content.

"Some domain names can be used to connect to multiple servers,
both those in China and abroad. And if the website is blocked in
China, the domain name can still be accessed through a server
overseas," Ma said. "And it appears that this is a loophole
authorities are looking to close."

The new regulations go further than just the blocking of sites,
said Rob Atkinson, president of the Information Technology &
Innovation Foundation.

The new rules could allow authorities to take the domain name
away and not let you have it. And with the requirement to
register a domestic domain name, the management of websites
becomes more like how authorities in China regulate the media,
Atkinson said.

"If they don't like what is on the website, they now have more
control" beyond just shutting down the site, he said. "It is not
just about the act of shutting something down. It is the fact
that now you have to get a license to do this, you are going to
be more careful than you would be if you didn't have to do that."

Full text:
http://www.voanews.com/content/china-domain-name-rules-could-hurt-business-competition/3271581.html





Image: China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology
(MIIT) logo ...


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UK Journalist to Appeal as Seoul Blocks his Site on N. Korea

Associated Press via voanews.com
April 05, 2016

SEOUL - A British journalist who runs a website that documents
North Korean technology issues said Tuesday that he'll appeal a
decision by South Korean authorities to block his site for
allegedly violating the country's National Security Law.

Martyn Williams, whose North Korea Tech website has been blocked
in South Korea for almost two weeks, said the site does not
violate the security law, which bans praising, sympathizing or
cooperating with North Korea. The website "doesn't seek to
glorify or support North Korea," Williams, who is based in San
Francisco, said in an email.

Williams has written about issues ranging from cellphone usage in
North Korea and its satellite technology, to a little-known
computer operating system developed by North Koreans. He said
much of the content on his website is based on announcements made
by the North and South Korean governments and reports in the
media.

The South's Korea Communications Standards Commission confirmed
Tuesday that it decided on March 24 to block the site because it
allegedly violated the security law. The censorship body blocks
websites deemed illegal or harmful to society, such as
pornography, gambling and North Korea's official outlets.

The National Security Law has its origins in the founding of
South Korea in 1948 as a bastion of anti-communism on the
doorstep of the Soviet-backed North. Critics say the law raises
questions about freedom of expression in the democratic country.

Many of the readers of North Korea Tech are researchers,
journalists, diplomats, academics and others interested in North
Korea. Since it was launched in 2010, the website has been
frequently cited by both Korean and international media,
including South Korea's Yonhap News Agency and Dong-A Ilbo daily
newspaper. The website gets about 20,000 monthly visits.

Since late March, users accessing North Korea Tech from South
Korea have been redirected to a warning page saying it is
``legally'' blocked due to "illegal or harmful information."

Sohn Jiwon, a lawyer with the Seoul-based Korea Internet
Transparency Report, said the blocking of the website highlights
how South Korean authorities sometimes censor content that does
not threaten the country's democracy. "As a result, journalists'
right to know about North Korea-related issues is being
violated," she said.

http://www.voanews.com/content/uk-journalist-south-korea-blocks-site/3269851.html


Kim: Assuming it's not blocked where you are, the URL for North
Korea Tech is northkoreatech.org. Tell Martyn that VOA Radiogram
sent you.


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Probe Captures Dramatic Shot of Martian Dust Devil

VOA News
April 04, 2016

NASA's Opportunity rover has spotted a very Earth-like phenomenon
on Mars.

The space agency posted a photo of a Martian dust devil twisting
its way across the Meridiani Planum, where the rover has been for
more than 4,000 Martian days. Opportunity touched down on Mars in
2004.

Opportunity's deputy principal investigator Ray Arvidson told the
website Mashable, "This is one of the best dust devils that we
have seen in Meridiani Planum. We are lucky to have captured this
one in an image!"

As on Earth, Martian dust devils are created when a part of the
surface of the planet heats up faster than adjacent areas.

This is not the first time a dust devil has been spotted on Mars.
In 2012, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter observed one that was
more than 19 kilometers tall. The Spirit rover also spotted
Martian dust devils.

NASA reports that Opportunity is still working fine and recently
attempted to climb the "steepest slope ever tackled by any Mars
rover," but its wheels kept slipping, preventing it from making
it to the top.

http://www.voanews.com/content/mht-opportunity-rover-captures-photo-of-martian-dust-devil/3268231.html




Image: A dust devil is seen swirling across the Martian surface
in this photo snapped by the Mars Opportunity rover ...


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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Top Shots, 4 April 2016:

A migrant walks on train tracks at a refugee camp near the
Greek-Macedonian border (epa/Kostas Tsironis).

http://www.rferl.org/media/photogallery/photos-week-14/27653389.html



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 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]

 Software AF:

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 German XP-SP3 with support for asian languages

 German W7 32bit + 64bit

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