IV-EDXCV-2014: Comenzó la cuenta regresiva...!!!

IV-EDXCV-2014: Comenzó la cuenta regresiva...!!!
Diseño del Afiche: Yimber Gaviria, Cali, Colombia.

miércoles, 5 de diciembre de 2012


 El radioescucha panameño residente en Pigandi , Luis Pineda de visita Radio La Chispa Estereo de Torti, visita al diexista Victor Gutierrez y porta en sus manos un afiche del III Encuentro Diexista Colombo Venezolano 2013 en Paipa, Boyacá, Colombia.

Mark Coady
5 de diciembre de 2012 21:49

5010 UNIDENTIFIED at 0118 in Spanish with two men with talk to 0130 and into female vocals and abruptly off - sked suggests Radio Cristal Dominican Republic but WRTH lists them as inactive and DBS survey does not list them. Any ideas?

Fiorenzo Repetto5 de diciembre de 2012 18:38
"QSL SLOGAN CW" patrimonio culturale dell' UNESCO
AIR - RADIORAMA: "QSL SLOGAN CW" patrimonio culturale dell' UNESCO
Notizie dalla Associazione Italiana Radioascolto - A.I.R. ***www.air-radio.it - info@air-radio.it**...

Mark Coady5 de diciembre de 2012 18:10
4995.8 UNID at 2208 with possible Latin American music - very weak and noisy but it could be Radio Andina PERU

Muhammad Shamim5 de diciembre de 2012 11:57
Dear friend:

As of December 3rd, 2012 Radio Havana Cuba incorporated two hours of broadcasts directed to Africa, on the frequency of 11880
kHz, 25 meter band. It's scheduled as follows:

Local Time UTC
French 4:00 - 4:30 21:00 - 21:30
Portuguese 4:30 - 5:00 21:30 - 22:00
English 5:00 - 6:00 22:00 - 23:00

Rosario Lafita Fernández
Head of Correspondence Dept.
Radio Havana Cuba

Mark Coady5 de diciembre de 2012 11:06
ON NOW: 11710 NORTH KOREA Voice of Korea at 1501 with national anthem and a man with "Now we begin the English language transmission from Pyongyang, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Korea" and into a patriot chorus - Very Good Dec 5 Coady-ON

Mark Coady5 de diciembre de 2012 10:45
Radio Havana Cuba to Africa
New frequency as of December 3rd

11880 2100 - 2130 in French; 2130 - 2200 in Portuguese; 2200 - 2300 in English
Radio Japan uses 11880 via French Guiana to target South America at this time.

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Mark Coady5 de diciembre de 2012 10:12

As previously mentioned, Durham Radio are sponsoring January's Shortwave DX Challenge and, with the help of their suppliers, are giving us the following as prizes (with their retail value indicated):

Grundig G2 Reporter Portable Shortwave/AM/FM w/Voice Recorder ($149.95 CDN)
CCrane Radio Portable AM/FM Receiver ($124.95 CDN)
Sangean ATS-505P Portable Shortwave Receiver ($119.95 CDN)

The overall champion (most countries heard) will have their choice of one of the above receivers. The next prize will be awarded to the second place finisher who will have their choice of one of the remaining two receivers. A draw will be held among ALL CONTESTANTS for the remaining receiver. Shipping costs will be paid by the Ontario DX Association but may be at the parcel or surface rate.

Prize winners will be encouraged to e-mail Durham Radio (their contact info will be provided to each of the winners) to thank them for sponsoring the Shortwave DX Challenge.

Rules for the Shortwave DX Challenge can be had at:http://www.SWDXCrules.pdf/

Check Durham Radio's website for all of your HAM, DX, and SWL needs:http://www.durhamradio.com/

Eric Bueneman5 de diciembre de 2012 23:10
Most of us remember WRNO as "The Rock of the World"...when the SW was bought by a Christian group, they should have changed their calls. This is from the FM's Classic Rock days.

WRNO Radio Station
www.GhostRiderPictures.com Classic commercial from the Rock of New Orleans, WRNO and Walton and John...

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