Sunday, April 1, 2012

Global HF-Pirate Weekend and some other logs


Frequency
Observations time
SINPO
Station name
Remarks
15020kHz (AM)
0730-0940UTC
45444
Mustang Radio
The program consisted of ance and pop music selection with several breaks for announcements, contact information and reading reception reports.
15030kHz (AM)
0940-1000UTC
35323
Paranoid Radio
The program started a few minutes after 0930UTC with rock songs and instrumentals. The signal peaked at times, but was unstable. Station name and contact information took place several times.
15060kHz (AM)
0900-0930UTC
45444
Radio Scotland
The program started at 0900UTC. It consisted mostly of rock and rock’n roll music, as well as frequent announcements of the station name and reading reception reports from listeners. The signal faded at times, but the modulation was great and audio clear and easily understood.
15080kHz (AM)
0730-0800UTC
35433
Trans Europe Radio
The first station to hear today on the 19 meters band. Various styles of music were played. Listeners letters and reception reports were read, as well as frequent station IDs and contact information.
15845kHz (USB)
1045-1200UTC
25323
SpaceShuttle Radio
The program consisted of techno and dance music, as well as pop and hip-hop. There were frequent station identifications during the broadcast and the announcer welcomed reception reports seve  ral times. Deep fades during the broadcast.
15000kHz (AM)
1100-1200UTC
55545
Mustang Radio
The program was observed after  1100UTC. During the broadcast were played songs of various music styles, like Polka and Heavy metal. The broadcast went off the air after 1130UTC.
13146kHz (AM)
1155-1200UTC
55555
Monaco Radio
The five-minute broadcast consisted of weather bulletin, provided by the Municipality of Monaco, read in French language by male announcer, followed by frequency schedule and contact information, read by software synthesized female announcer.
15016kHz (AM)
1625-1630UTC
55455
HF Global Communication System
US Air Forces, coded message, read by software synthesized female voice.
9860kHz (SSB)
~2000UTC
45555
Radio Tropiq
Dance and techno music

Equipment:
  • Sony ICF-7600D / 50 metres random longwire aerial
  • Yeasy transceiver and halfwave yagi antenna for 14MHz

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