Glenn Hauser logs December 30, 2020
** BRAZIL. 11905-11910-11915, Dec 30 at 2205, RNA DRM test has resumed
after Xmas break, tnx to tip via Richard Langley. S6-S7, 11 to 15 dB
SNR into SJ do Campo KiwiSDR, with screechy cutouts; Better at TWR DR
SDR, 16 dB but still some breakups during `A Voz do Brasil`; both read
13.06 kbps; still carrying the FM 96.1 feed? (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** CANADA. 244-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0722 UT, dash and TH, 1000-watt ND
beacon at Thompson, Manitoba, remote north-central forming the eastern
point of a triangle with Flin Flon to the west, and Lynn Lake to the
north. The only NDB anywhere on 244 per dxinfocentre.com unlike 242
and 245; zero on 243 where I was hearing it USB at first.
274-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0725 UT, dash and YPM, 25-watt NDB at
Pikangikum, Ontario, ``back on``. 1741 km = 1082 st mi = 43+ miles per
watt or 0.023+ watts per mile.
284-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0726 UT, dash and QD, 500-watt NDB at The Pas,
300-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0727 UT, dash and YIV, 500-watt NDB at Island
317-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0728 UT, dash and VC, 1000-watt NDB at La
Ronge, Saskatchewan. I was tuned to 316-USB.
326-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0729 UT, dash and YQK, 200-watt NDB at Kenora,
Ontario. Mixing with PKZ? See U S A
332-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0731 UT, dash and YFM, 2500-watt NDB at La
Grand 4, Quebec, atop my nearby 400-watt IC Wichita KS, and nothing
from the usual dominator, 1000-watt QT in Thunder Bay, Ontario. LG-4
is a Hydro dam a kilomile north of Montréal, fishing/outfitter
351-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0735 UT, dash and YKQ, 500-watt NDB at Fort
Rupert - Waskaganish, Québec. At first tuned to 350-USB where it was
overriding my nearby 400-watt RG at Will Rogers World Airport, OKC,
Gally. Heard on 351 also with QRM from IN, really 353, see U S A.
355-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0738 UT, dash and YWP, 200-watt NDB at
Webequie, Quebec; still waiting for a pronouncer on this one.
Quite a few other Canadians in this session, skipped over as too
familiar/regular (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** U S A. 326-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0729 UT, during mostly-Canadian
beacon logging, YQK has CCI from FKZ? or JKZ? Per list must have been
PKZ, 400-watt NDB at Pensacola - Pickens, Florida. F-, J- and P- all
have four dits/dahs in similar configs: ..-. / .--- / .--.
329-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0730 UT, PMV, 25-watt NDB at Plattsmouth,
344-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0733 UT, TKH, 25-watt NDB at Tallulah,
Louisiana. I was tuned to 342-USB. Tallulah is the next town west of
Vicksburg, MS, trans-river. Atop mix of more signals.
353-MCW kHz, Dec 30 at 0736 UT, IN, 100-watt NDB at International
Falls - Ray, Minnesota; heard tuned to 351-USB mixing with YKQ CANADA,
q.v. (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2066 monitoring: confirmed Wed Dec
30 from 2200:22 on WBCQ 7490.18v, S9/+10 via KB0FX SDR in MO, but
faded to S5/S7 by 2227.
Also confirmed Wed Dec 30 at 2300 on WRMI 9955, S5 via heavy pulse
jamming into TWR Bonaire SDR, faded to JBA vs PJ by 2329. Not next:
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 7780 to NE [pre-empted] [ex-0100]
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New WOR 2067 should be ready by early UT Friday January 1 for first
broadcast on WRMI 5850, and maybe 5010 (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
** U S A. 9955, Wed Dec 30 at 1628, WRMI is still on with TOMBS = The
Overcomer Ministry Brother Scare, during a caller, // > 5950 << 9395
<<< 9980 et al. One more look at the WRMI skedgrid
http://www.tinyurl.com/WRMIfqs --- yes, WRMI-3 is supposed to run this
late on Sabbathdays only. Not on by 19 UT or so; yet to catch when it
turn off (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
UNIDENTIFIED. 13565-CW, Dec 30 at 1631, imagination-level CW in the
noise, probably K6FRC 1.8-milliwatt HIFER beacon from Patterson CA, an
hour or two later than usual (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)
This report dispatched at 2351 UT December 30