Saturday, August 21, 2021

Logbook 31 July - 16 August 2021

ABC Local Radio -  6KP in Karratha, Pilbara Region, Western Australia (presumed) was logged on 702 kHz after 17.55 UTC on  15 August 2021. Remarkably strong and clear signal.

ABC Radio National - 5RN in Adelaide, South Australia was received on 729 kHz  after 17.40 UTC on 15 August 2021.

ABC Local Radio - 5AN
, Adelaide, South Australia, was logged on 891 kHz after 17.35 UTC on  15 August 2021. Excellent reception.

Radio Dabanga transmitting from Sofia-Kostenbrod, Bulgaria on 15.550 kHz was received   around 12.25 AM (16.25 UTC), on 16 August 2021. This is a clandestine station based in the Netherlands that broadcasts Sudanese and Arabic language programmes to Sudan. At this particular time it happened to be Sudanese.

Birinci Radio (Kyrgyz Republic) with Russian programming and music was observed on 4.010 kHz after 17.44 UTC on 11 August 2021.

Radio Kuwait transmitting from  Sulaibiyah, Kuwait on 15.540 kHz was received at  12.15  AM (16.15 UTC), on 16 August 2021. Urdu programming and music targeted to South Asia and Middle East.

Radio New Zealand Pacific transmitting from Rangitaiki, New Zealand on 5.980 kHz was received  around 12.05  AM (16.05 UTC), on 16 August 2021. Broadcast of English language news and current events is a tad noisy, but undoubtedly much clearer for the targeted  South Pacific.

PBS Pyongyang Pansong (DPRK) Korean programming was received on 3.320 kHz after 17.47 UTC on  11 August 2021.

Radio Romania International
via Galbeni, Romanian programming was received on 11.975 kHz after 17.48 UTC on 11 August 2021.

Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) transmitting from Kimjae, South Korea on 9.805 kHz was received  just before midnight (15.58 UTC), on 16 August 2021. This is KBS signing on with their interval tune and station ID in Indonesian and Korean. The broadcast that followed was targeted for Indonesia.

Radio Taiwan International via Tamsui. Special German language programme direct from Taiwan, after 18.00 UTC, 31 August 2021. Signal on 9.545 kHz was decent enough to hear content for 15 to 20 minutes of the broadcast. By 18.35 UTC their signal was barely audible and had disappeared completely by 18.45 UTC.

BBC via Dushanbe with Korean programming on 9.390 kHz after 18.10 UTC on 15 August 2021.

Voice of Turkey transmitting from Emirler, Turkey on 9.765 kHz was received at 11.35 PM (15.35 UTC), on 16 August 2021. Persian speaking announcer leads off, followed by traditional music.

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