** CHINA. 11440, June 28 at 1222, CNR1 jammer, as I start today`s
hunt, ignoring the ``in-band`` ones above 11500, except to note they
match 11785 and 11825.
11460, June 28 at 1222, much weaker carrier than 11440 CNR1 jammer.
11150, June 28 at 1223, CNR1 jammer. In EiBi, not Aoki.
11100, June 28 at 1227, CNR1 jammer. Unlike all the others, this one
has a LAH = low audible heterodyne varying slightly on hi side, maybe
Sound of Hope target itself. EiBi in fact shows SOH on 11100.1
12190, June 28 at 1229, CNR1 jammer.
13160, June 28 at 1231, CNR1 jammer strongest, S7-S9
13550, June 28 at 1231, JBA carrier, CNR1 jammer? Not in EiBi or Aoki
13870, June 28 at 1232, CNR1 jammer.
14700, June 28 at 1233, JBA carrier, unlisted CNR1 jammer?
14850, June 28 at 1234, Chinese, CNR1 jammer
14980, June 28 at 1235, CNR1 jammer, second strongest WOOB, S6-S8.
15920, June 28 at 1235, Chinese, CNR1 jammer.
No other way-out-of-band ones found in the 10-16 MHz range. U.o.s.,
all listed as CNR1 jammer/SOH frequencies (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
** CUBA. 12000, June 28 at 1218, RHC is S7-S8 here, bonus harmonic of
6000, which is S9 to S9+10; while 6100 with CCI from CRI in Russian if
not also KCBS Pyongyang; 6100 has no bonus harmonic to be heard on
12200! Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
** NIGERIA. 7255-, June 28 at 0602, VON is gone again (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 12350-USB, June 28 at 1228, WCY conveying marine weather
outlooks for Caribyachts, but also with a carrier partially
demodulating him --- i.e., local mixing product of 13740 RHC minus
1390 KCRC = 12350; and which goes away with preamps off (Glenn Hauser,
OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7505, June 28 at 0602, WRNO is gone again, after having been
in well at 0236. Curtailed ``schedule``? Or just totally unreliable
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 11111.1-USB, June 28 at 1227 during CNR1 jammer
bandscan, find JBA 2-way in Spanish. I bet I know how they picked this
frequency. Or is it 11111.11? Hard to tell with no carrier just
relying on how normal the voices sound (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING
UNIDENTIFIED. 13728-USB, June 28 at 1409, S8, 2-way in colloquial
Spanish expletiving plenty of ``puta madres``, and with loud ``engine
noise`` keeping the vox on during pauses; aircraft? Finally cambio to
contact at 1411 who has different and softer background noise. 1440
recheck the louder one still going. This frequency is now available
since RHC cleaned up its spurs from 13700 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX
This report dispatched at 1606 UT June 28