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NO RSID <<2016-10-23T20:54Z MFSK-32 @ 6070000+1500>>


Hello and welcome to Radio Pushka, transmitting from Germany, through the Channel 292 transmitter.
I am Andre, and I'm your host!
Today is the 23th of October of 2016. The frequency is 6070kHz.
We are a radio station recording our emissions in Sintra, Portugal. Our goal is to show to the world the best Russian Alternative Music being produced nowadays.
Radio Pushka is an independent project. Your support is very important for us.
For now our emission will take place once a month, and we will try to do it always on a Sunday night. Depending on the feedback we get from you, we may think about something more frequent.
We love music but we also love DX communications, specially digital modes so, during our emissions, we will be sending text and images, exploring and testing different modes.
Please send your RX reports to our email: radiopushka@gmail.com
If your report arrives in the next 24h after the emission, you can get a QSL card on your mailbox. Please email us for instructions.
Also, do not forget to visit our blog and facebook to be up to date:
Channel 292 website:
Our next emission will be on the 20th of November of 2016.
Thanks for being with us.
Всем спасибо!
Andre Nobrega

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MERCOLEDI' 20.30-21.00 UTC 3975/6070 KHZ IN MFSK32 (1500 Hz) E IN OLIVIA 16-500 (2200 Hz)
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  10.30-11.00 UTC  6070 KHZ IN MFSK32 (1500 Hz) E IN OLIVIA 16-500 (2200 Hz) VIA "RADIO BCL NEWS"


SWITCH NOW TO OLIVIA 16-500(2200 Hz)

RSID: <<2016-10-23T10:32Z OL 16-500 @ 6070000+1500>>




3W Vietnam Oct 15 - Nov 5 N0ODK as 3W2DK QSL H.C.
5H Tanzania Oct 20 - Nov 12 NK8O as 5H3DX QSL NK8O dir
5W Samoa Oct 31 - Nov 9 JF1OCQ & JH1BED will sign 5W7X & 5W0ST QSL H.C
6W Senegal Oct 29 - Oct 30 6W1RY QSL Ref Bureau
6Y Jamaica Oct 21 - Nov 1 W group as /6Y and 6Y4V QSL Dir AA4V LoTW and H.C. when /6Y
8P Barbados Oct 29 - Oct 30 8P6SH as 8P50B QSL KU9C LoTW
8P Barbados Oct 28 - Oct 29 8P6ET as 8P1W QSL KU9C
8P Barbados Oct 25 - Nov 1 W2SC as 8P5A QSL NN1N
9K Kuwait Oct 29 - Oct 30 OK2GS as 9K2K QSL Clublog
9N Nepal Oct 15 - Oct 30 SP9FIH as 9N7CC, SP2FUD as 9N7FD, SP9FIH as 9N7WE
9Y Trindade & Tobago Oct 29 - Oct 30 9Y4D QSL H.C. LoTW
BV Taiwan Oct 29 - Oct 30 JL3RDC as /BW QSL H.C.
BV Taiwan Oct 29 - Oct 30 JP3PZG as /BV QSL H.C.
CE0Y Easter Isl. Oct 24 - Dec 2 RZ3FW as CE0Y/RZ3FW and R4WAA as CE0Y/R4WAA QSL H.C.
CE0Y Easter Isl. Oct 28 - Nov 3 NO9E as /CE0Y QSL H.C
CN Morocco Oct 29 - Oct 30 Nov 26 - Nov 27 CN2R group QSL W7EJ
CO Cuba Oct 29 - Oct 30 VE3XIN, VE3AXC, W2DLT,K1EP, K1MM,CO8DM and CO8ZZ as T48K QSL DK1WI
CO Cuba Oct 29 - Oct 30 Cuban as T42A QSL RW6HS dir
CR2 Azores Oct 27 - Oct 30 EA1BP as /CT8 and CR2B QSL H.C.
D4 Cape Verde Oct 29 - Oct 30 D4C group
EA8 Canary Islands Oct 29 - Oct 30 N6MJ as EE8Z QSL W6TMD
ET Ethiopia Oct 29 - Oct 30 ET3AA QSL N2OO
FG Guadeloupe Oct 17 - Nov 7 F1DUZ will sign FG4KH also VHF EME QSL H.C.
FM Martinique Oct 29 - Nov 4 W group as /FM QSL H.C. LoTW ClubLog
FO F.Polynesia Oct 10 - Nov 2 DF1YP as /FO QSL H.C dir & bur
GD Isle of Man Oct 29 - Oct 30 M5RIC as MD7C QSL M0OXO
HI Dominican Rep. Oct 29 - Oct 30 HI3K group QSL KB2MS
HK0 S.Andres Oct 29 - Oct 30 HK3TU, HK6F, LW1DTZ and W9EOC
HS Thailand Oct 29 - Oct 30 Nov 26 - Nov 27 E2X team QSL LoTW
KH0 Mariana Oct 29 - Oct 30 AH0K group QSL OH6GDX
KP2 Virgin Islands Oct 29 - Oct 30 N2TTA as NP2P
OA Peru Oct 22 - Nov 5 DL5YWM as /OA4 QSL H.C. dir & bur
OJ0 Market reef Oct 23 - Oct 30 ES2RR, OH2BH & OH2PM as OJ0B QSL OH2BH
P4 Aruba Oct 25 - Oct 31 KK9A as P40A QSL WD9DZV
P4 Aruba Oct 29 - Oct 30 Nov 22 - Nov 29 W2GD will sign P40W QSL N2MM dir LoTW
P4 Aruba Oct 29 - Oct 30 P40L group QSL WA3FRP LoTW ClubLog
PJ2 Curacao Oct 20 - Nov 2 group as /PJ2 and PJ2T QSL W3HNK
PJ4 Bonaire Oct 29 - Oct 30 PJ4X QSL W1MD dir & LoTW
PJ4 Bonaire Oct 29 - Oct 30 PJ4Q
PJ7 S.Maarten Oct 22 - Nov 5 WA1ZAM as PJ7PL QSL H.C.
PZ Surinam Oct 29 - Oct 30 PZ5K group QSL G3NKC
T8 Palau Oct 28 - Oct 31 JR1GSE as T8TH QSL H.C.
TK Corsica Oct 28 - Nov 10 TK2A as QSL F5HNQ QSL bur dir LoTW
V3 Belize Oct 29 - Oct 30 V3A by V31MA QSL M0OXO
V4 St.Kitts Oct 29 - Oct 30 V47T by N2NT, K1DG & K1TO QSL W2RQ
V6 Micronesia Oct 17 - Nov 1 GM4YXI & GM3WOJ as V6Z
VE Canada Oct 25 - Nov 14 VY0ERC from NA-008 QSL M0OXO OQRS
VP2E Anguilla Oct 25 - Nov 7 DL group as VP2EGR QSL DL7DF




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RSID: <<2016-10-23T21:30Z OL 64-2K @ STREAM-15770000+1500>>



Hello and welcome to DigiDX 33 a weekly review of the latest shortwave
and DX news, today in the Olivia 64-2000 mode. This programme includes
the latest shortwave news and the e-QSL card.

DigiDX weekly schedule:

Sunday   1830 -  6070kHz via Channel 292 (Rohrbach Wall, DE)
Saturday 2030 -  6070kHz via Channel 292 (Rohrbach Wall, DE)
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) (irr. at the moment)

To buy shortwave time from Channel 292 at very reasonable prices go to
http://www.channel292.de or from WRMI from http://www.wrmi.net/

Any other extra broadcasts will be listed on http://www.digidx.uk

If you enjoy DigiDX and find the service useful please consider donating
via Paypal to reports@digidx.uk. Any money donated will go towards
paying for airtime to keep DigiDX on the air to Europe and North

Latest Shortwave News:

HFCC B16 schedules released
DW English cuts
MightyKBC 6095kHz to Europe schedule
Special DRM broadcasts


HFCC B16 schedules released

The High Frequency Co-ordination Conference group have released the B16
Season schedules from the many broadcasters who met in Florida during
September to co-ordinate shortwave frequencies from 30th October 2016 -
26th March 2017.

The B16 schedules for the broadcasters who are members of the HFCC can
be found at http://www.hfcc.org/data/b16/. Most major international
broadcasters and Frequency Management Organization’s are member of the
HFCC which is led by chairman Jeff White, also General Manager of WRMI.
However some broadcasters such as Radio Habana Cuba and Radio Taiwan
International are not members of HFCC and therefore their schedules will
not appear on the HFCC site.




DW English cuts

From the new season schedules it appears that Deutsche Welle have made
a change to their remaining English language broadcasts targeted at

Instead of 4 hours of English transmissions each morning, according to
the B16 schedules there will just be one hour in English each day at
1600UTC on the following frequencies:

9820 via Meyerton
15290, 15315, 17690 via Issoudun
17710 via Dhabayya




MightyKBC 6095kHz to Europe schedule

MightyKBC has announced 3 extra broadcasts to Europe on 6095Khz over the
coming months. The schedule is:

October 30 6095 kHz 12:00 - 13:00 UTC.
November 27 6095 kHz 12:00 - 13:00 UTC
December 25 6095 kHz 09:00 - 16:00 UTC

MightyKBC will also continue its weekly broadcasts from Nauan targeted
to North America each Saturday at 0000 on 6145kHz.


Special DRM broadcasts

This year’s annual General Assembly of the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting
Union will be hosted by the Indonesian public broadcaster, RRI, in Bali.
DRM will feature not only in the meetings of the specialised committees
but also concretely with a live medium wave transmission on 20-24
October from one of the RRI MW transmitter in Denpasar, Bali on 1206

In parallel, Babcock International will transmit BBC World Service
content in DRM short wave from Singapore on 11995 kHz (25 metre band) at
05.00-07.00 GMT.

Almost at the same time with the big gathering on the tropical island of
Bali, the General Assembly of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (24-27
October) will convene in Havana, Cuba. It will mark a significant moment
as the Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium has announced it will be
bringing the first live digital radio signal transmission to Cuba, the
Caribbean region and parts of northern Latin America, and even as far
north as Florida. The broadcast facilitated by Babcock International
will come from the BBC via its Atlantic Relay station. The DRM
transmission will be in the 13 meter-band on 21720 kHz and will carry
BBC World Service programmes in English. Additional multimedia features
of DRM will also be demonstrated on radio receiver screens. The DRM
broadcast will go from 1600 - 1800 GMT on Oct. 24 and 25.

Find more information visit



Now follows the E-QSL card for last week's reception reports as an
MFSK 32 image.


RSID: <<2016-10-23T21:55Z MFSK-32 @ STREAM-15770000+1500>>

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Thank you for listening, please send reports, comments and shortwave
related news or articles to reports@digidx.uk.

This is DigiDX Signing off.....







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Last weekend, Sergio in Miami received KBC on 6145 kHz using a
Japan Radio 535 ...

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RSID: <<2016-10-22T16:01Z MFSK-32 @ 17580000+1500>>

Welcome to VOA Radiogram from the Voice of America.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Washington.

Here is the lineup fpr today's program, all in MFSK32 centered on
1500 Hz ...

  1:49 Program preview (now)
  3:04 NASA resumes space missions from Virginia spaceport*
11:09 Pakistan bans broadcast of Indian programs*
17:23 Alexanderson Alternator antenna damaged by fire*
21:47 DRM shortwave transmissions
23:19 Italian prime minister visits Washington (photo)*
25:50 Closing announcements*

* with image

Please send reception reports to radiogram@voanews.com.

And visit voaradiogram.net.

Twitter: @VOARadiogram


NASA Resumes Resupply Missions From Virginia Spaceport

Rick Pantaleo
VOA Science World Blog
October 17th, 2016

An Orbital ATK Antares 230 rocket carrying its Cygnus cargo
spacecraft (pdf) was successfully sent into space at 7:45PM EDT
(2245 UTC) on Monday, October 17th from the refurbished Pad 0A at
the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport.

The launch site is located on the southern tip of NASA's Wallops
Island Flight facility on the eastern shore of Virginia.

Monday's launch marks the aerospace company's return to the
Virginia launch site after its last attempt to do so, on October
28, 2014, ended with a catastrophic explosion and fire just six
seconds after lift-off.

The Antares rocket, Cygnus spacecraft, as well as its payload
were all destroyed in the fiery accident.

NASA reported the explosion also caused significant damage to the
launch pad which has been repaired and upgraded to accommodate an
upgraded Antares rocket.

Along with the improved launch vehicle, the Cygnus spacecraft
itself was also upgraded to allow for increased payload capacity.
The enhanced cargo ship, which first went into space in December
2015, also sports new fuel tanks and UltraFlex solar arrays

Orbital ATK has a tradition of naming each of its Cygnus
spacecraft after deceased astronauts. This mission's spacecraft
is named in honor of the late Alan G. Poindexter, a former
astronaut and naval aviator. Poindexter, who was selected for
NASA's astronaut program in 1998, flew on two space shuttle
missions during his career as an astronaut.

This resupply mission, called OA-5, is carrying 2,313 kg of
material that includes food, supplies, provisions and emergency
equipment for the ISS crew, as well as the Spacecraft Fire
Experiment-II or Saffire-II that will study the behavior of
combustion in microgravity.

NASA says the Cygnus is scheduled to arrive at the space station
on Sunday, October 23rd, which is a bit later than usual.

Its arrival was delayed to allow for the docking and reception of
a Soyuz spacecraft carrying three new ISS crew members on Friday,
October 21st.

NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough, along with cosmonauts Sergey
Ryzhikov and Andrey Borisenko of the Russian space agency
Roscosmos are scheduled to be sent to the International Space
Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Wednesday,
October 19th at 0805 UTC.

After Cygnus' arrival at the ISS, crewmembers Takuya Onishi of
the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and NASA's Kate Rubins
will use the robotic arm of the space station's Mobile Servicing
System to grab, rotate and install Cygnus on the bottom of the
station's Unity module.

According to NASA, the cargo ship will remain attached to the ISS
for a little over three weeks to allow ISS crewmembers to unload
the new supplies and then pack it with waste for disposal.

Cygnus is scheduled to leave the ISS and head for Earth on
November 18th. The space agency says the spacecraft and its load
of garbage is expected to burn up as it reenters the atmosphere.


Kim's note: My son Ian (an aeronutical engineering undergraduate
student) and I watched the launch from the roof of a parking
garage in Arlington, Virginia, about 180 km from the Wallops
Island facility. The Antares rocket appeared as a bright red dot
slowly rising in the southeast sky. Eventually, it disappeared
for a few seconds, to be replaced by a less bright white dot:
apparently the second stage.

One way to follow the progress of the Cygnus supply craft as it
approaches its rendezvous with the ISS is to visit
twitter.com/OrbitalATK .

Image: Time lapse photo shows the Antares rocket visible at the
Jefferson Memorial in Washington ...

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This is VOA Radiogram from the Voice of America.

Please send reception reports to radiogram@voanews.com.




Pakistan Bans Broadcast of Indian Programs

Ayaz Gul
October 19, 2016

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has banned Indian programs on local radio
and television stations, the latest casualty of continuing
military and political tension between the two countries.

The state-run Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority
announced the decision Wednesday, saying the decade-long
unilateral concession is being canceled starting October 21.

The authority warned that violators of the ban would have their
broadcasting licenses suspended without issuance of "show cause

Indian songs, movies and drama serials have been a regular
entertainment element and a source of revenue for scores of
private radio and television channels operating in Pakistan.

The ban came after the Indian film industry barred Pakistani
actors from its movies, and cinema associations refused to play
movies featuring artists, singers and music directors from the
neighboring country.

Wednesday's announcement comes as Pakistani and Indian troops
engage in intermittent exchanges of fire across the disputed
Kashmir border referred to as the line of control.

The tensions increased after last month's militant attack on a
military base in Indian Kashmir that New Delhi alleges was
planned on Pakistani soil.

Islamabad rejected the charges as an attempt to divert attention
from what it alleges is Indian forces' brutal suppression of a
week of anti-India protests in Kashmir.

India's claim of conducting a so-called surgical strike on the
Pakistani side of the divide of the Kashmir region to eliminate
terrorists trying to cross into India has further fueled
tensions. But the Pakistan military has rejected as baseless New
Delhi's claim of conducting the cross-line-of-control raid, such
an action would have been an act of war.

India's refusal to attend a summit of the South Asian Association
for Regional Cooperation scheduled for next month in Pakistan
prompted Islamabad to postpone it. New Delhi has also vowed not
to play cricket matches with Pakistan in upcoming international

The actions, Indian officials say, are part of their diplomatic
efforts to seek Pakistan's international isolation for allegedly
supporting groups involved in cross-border terrorism in India and
Afghanistan. Islamabad rejects the allegations saying its
anti-terrorism efforts are being internationally acknowledged.

It dismisses the Indian efforts to isolate Pakistan as nothing
but "a ploy to divert international attention from ongoing Indian
oppression" in the divided Kashmir region.


Image: Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA)
emblem ...

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Please send reception reports to radiogram@voanews.com.

From ARRL, the US national association of amateur radio ...

Antenna Fire Puts SAQ Alexanderson Alternator Station Off the Air

October 18, 2016

An early October fire in the SAQ Alexanderson alternator
long-wave antenna is under investigation by the Grimeton World
Heritage Foundation, which owns and manages the station in
Grimeton, Sweden. The fire, attributed to arcing, was quickly
extinguished, and no injuries occurred. The Foundation said that
determining the extent of damage and completing repairs could
take a while.

"There is a risk that the incident will affect the planned
transmissions with the long-wave transmitter SAQ for some time to
come," a Foundation announcement said. The fire will keep SAQ off
the air for a scheduled UN Day transmission on October 24. SAQ,
which operates on 17.2 kHz, also typically schedules
transmissions on Christmas Eve and other occasions.

Dating from the 1900s, the Alexanderson alternator — essentially
an ac generator run at extremely high speed — can put out 200 kW
but typically is operated at less than one-half that power level.
Once providing reliable transatlantic communication, it is now a
museum piece and only put on the air on special occasions. It was
built in the 1920s.


Image: Towers at the Grimeton site ...

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DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) Transmissions

On 23 and 24 October, Babcock International will broadcast a
shortwave DRM transmission, featuring BBC World Service content,
from Singapore on 11995 kHz, 0500-0700 UTC. These are
transmissions are for the meeting of the Asia-Pacific
Broadcasting Union (ABU) in Bali ...


On 24 and 25 October, Babcock International will broadcast BBC
World Service in DRM from the BBC Ascension Island transmitting
station, 1600-1800 UTC, on 21720 kHz. These transmissions are for
the meeting of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union in Cuba.


You will need a receiver capable of decoding DRM. Some SDR
receivers (hardware plus software) can do this if combined with
the Dream DRM decoder from drm.sourceforge.net.

Closing photo:

Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi visited President Obama at
the White House, 18 October 2016 ...

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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.

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 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     [S-AM-USB/LSB]

 Software AF:

 Fldigi-3.23.12     http://skylink.dl.sourceforge.net/project/fldigi/fldigi/readme.txt    +   flmsg-3.00.01


 German XP-SP3 with support for asian languages

 German W7 32bit + 64bit


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

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