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Radio Cairo B07


Daniel Sampson <dsampson@...>
 

This Radio Cairo B-07 schedule comes from BC-DX via Glenn Hauser via the DXLD Yahoo Group.

B-07 Radio Cairo


6140 0045-0200 12,13NW ABS 250 282 Sp
6225 1600-1800 29,39N ABS 250 5 Turk
6225 1800-1900 29 ABS 250 0 Ru
6250 1500-2245 27,28 ABS 250 325 Ar?, It, Alb, Ge, Fre, Eng
6270 1600-1800 40 ABZ 250 90 Urdu
6290 0000-0300 7-9,27,28 ABS 250 325 Ar
6290 1100-2400 7-9,27,28 ABZ 250 315 Ar
7270 0045-0330 7-9 ABZ 250 330 Sp, En
7325 2000-2200 55,59 ABZ 250 90 Ar
9345 2030-2230 46,47 ABS 250 241 Fr
9360 2215-2330 13,15 ABZ 250 270 Por
9360 2330-0200 13-15 ABZ 250 270 Ar, Sp
9420 1800-2100 46,47 ABS 250 241 Hausa
9465 2300-0430 6,7 ABZ 250 330 Ar
9600 0045-0200 12,13NW ABS 250 252 Sp
9735 2330-0045 13 ABS 250 241 Ar
9960 1900-0030 48,53 ABZ 100 160 Ar
11540 1500-1600 30 ABZ 250 50 Ozbaki [Uzbek]
11560 1330-1530 30S,40N ABZ 100 70 Persian
11620 1430-1600 40NE ABZ 250 61 Pashto
11740 1600-1900 47,52,57 ABZ 150 180 En
13815 1500-1600 30 ABZ 250 50 Ozbaki [Uzbek]
15115 0700-1100 46,47 ABZ 100 250 Ar
15155 1600-1900 48,53 ABZ 100 160 Somali
15170 1015-1215 39 ABZ 250 90 Ar
15285 1300-1600 46,47,52 ABS 250 241 Ar
15375 1900-2030 46,47,52 ABZ 100 250 En
15810 1230-1400 49,54 ABS 250 106 Indian [Indonesian, really]
17810 1530-1730 48,53 ABZ 100 170 Swahili
17835 1215-1330 41,49 ABZ 250 90 En
(Oct 19) (via BC-DX Oct 26 via DXLD)

There are some significant changes here. No more 12050 for Arabic, which has
been a mainstay for long hours daily. Apparently its replacement is 9960,
and/or 6290, maintaining its band-edge tradition. Cairo is not at all reluctant
to invade the maritime band above 6200 with no less than four frequencies
adding up to almost 28 hours a day.

English to Europe moves down from 9990 to 6250, at 2115-2245, as well as all
the other languages earlier. The first English to NAm at 2300-2430 is missing!
However, I suspect it is really on 9465, then Arabic at 0030-0430. Second
English to NAm at 0200-0330 remains on 7270.

Spanish at 0045-0200 shifts from 6135 to 6140. This is a very dirty
transmitter, which will involve a new interference situation. // 9600 is likely
to collide with Habana [not in HFCC] unless something changes, not to mention
XEYU 9599.3v if and when it reactivates (Glenn Hauser, DX LISTENING DIGEST)