Post Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:32 am

LOGS : 09 - 15 APR 2018

Hi,

(Monday to Saturday portable in SW France with Sony+wire, + - 2 kHz)
- R. HARMONY was everyday on 6375
- COAST FM was on 6285, unless replaced by a mess with ENERGY/ATLANTIS on Sat/Sun.


* * * * * MON. 09 APR. 2018 * * * * *Sony + - 2 kHz

6205 1650-1957 LHH %, \noisy,atmos; Wind of change, DJ, Byrds, pops, rock

6285 1652-2000 COAST FM \noisy,fading; mx, 1654 ID, 1659 JID, 1946 rap, 2000 \QRM

6970S 1656-1950 MARCONI R. INT, in SSB; mx, tk in it., 1947 IDs in E+it., mx

6375 1701-1714 UNID \noisy,atmos; smooth mx. (Also at 1946) > > > [ cf HARMONY ]

5840 1703,1715 WORLD MUSIC R., 1703 ID, mx

3985 1704-1715 MI AMIGO INT %, 1704 James Brown "Brand new bag", DJ, pops

3975 1707,1951 TEST 3975, v.weak\DRM noise; pops, 1951 shortwave radio, relaying Stafford's World

6210S 1954-1959 UNID, "Rivers of Babylon", 1959 lost. > > > [ cf BARRAQUDA ]


* * * * * TUES. 10 APR. 2018 * * * * * Sony + - 2 kHz

6085 1640-1701* R. MI AMIGO INT, pop-rock, 1645 ID, "Are you ready", pops, 1701 DJ in E, sudden off 30" later

6205 1648-1707 LHH %, v.weak; 1648 ads: OEM - FSN, mx, pops

6285 1650-1710 COAST FM, pops, DJ, fading up, 1706 ID, 1710 ID

6375 1651-1707 UNID, e.weak\atmos; mx, 1707 jazz, 'musical'. > > > [ cf HARMONY ]

5840 1652-1709 WORLD MUSIC R., v.weak; typical mx

6070 1657-1708 CH. 292 %, pop-rock, DJ in E

3985 1701,1709 R. MI AMIGO INT, 1701 message in E from R. MI AMIGO, 1709 mx


* * * * * WED. 11 APR. 2018 * * * * *
no listening


* * * * * THURS. 12 APR. 2018 * * * * *Sony + - 2 kHz

6205 1628-1718 LHH %, f'/up, 1633 Wind of change, DJ, Byrds, etc, 1714 Rocking all over the world

6285 1630-1713 COAST FM, up to good \atmos; ads, IDs, pops

6295 1636-1719 UNID, e.weak \atmos; mx, accn, tk in D, occ. het, 1707 ..low power .. gd ev', tk in D [ cf ZEEWOLF ]

6375 1638-1712 weak\atmos; mx, 1652 Chopin +comments above, 1712 jazz > > > [ cf HARMONY ]

5840 1640-1702 WORLD MUSIC R., \atmos; 1641 ID, latino mx

3985 1704-1712 R. MI AMIGO INT, mx, DJ in E, 1706 ID


* * * * * FRI. 13 APR. 2018 * * * * *Sony + - 2 kHz
6205 1625-1716 LHH %, Wind of change, DJ, Byrds, etc, 1707 Rocking all over the world (repeat)

6285 1626-1714 COAST FM, pops from Tenerife, 1646 "the new Coast FM", mx

6375 1627-1717 UNID, mx, 1633 ID?, crooner, 1647 jazz, 1654 gospel "Old river..", jazz, mx [ cf HARMONY ]

5840 1636-1715 WORLD MUSIC R., v.weak; mx from the tropics, 1701 JID

6070 1638-1640* R. CHANNEL 292, R&B, ID, off

6085 1640-1650 R. MI AMIGO INT %, mx, 1650 Dire Straits "Sultans...". (1702 gone)

3985 1702-1713 R. MI AMIGO INT, mx, DJ, 1713 said "Mi Amigo AM via Internet", pop


* * * * * SAT. 14 APR. 2018 * * * * *Sony + - 2 kHz

6205 1231-1255 LASER HOT HITS, 1433 Tha Anorak Hour on Laser: Caroline 558, etc (also 1911, 1936)

6285 1235-1253 COAST FM %, ad from Tenerife, pops > > > > > > [ or ENERGY ? ]

6375 1237-1304 UNID, 1237 movie crooner, 1252 jazz > > > [ cf HARMONY ]

6070 1239-1258 ISLAND OF MUSIC, latino mx, tk in E, facebook, gmail, ..from the Island of music..., contacts
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6070 1301-1302 IBC, in it., Panorama onde corte

6085 1243-1303 R. MI AMIGO INT, (//7310 stronger but a bit behind), mx, 1251 "Tommy", DJ, 1300 ID

5840 1246-1248 WMR %, weak\atmos; mx, 1247 Santana "Oye como va", then a fade (also 1911, 1955)

6160 1256-1303 TEST 6160, pops, 1300 news (Bachar...), 1303 "Fox on the run"

6150 1256-1303 MARABU %, pop in G, mx

6300 1304-1304 UNID, e.weak\atmos; mx > > > > > > > > > [ cf MERLIN ? ]

6375 1900-1931 UNID, mx, 1905 Simon & Garfunkel, 1931 \beatings; mx > > > [ cf HARMONY ]

6320 1905-1957 UNID, 1905 tchacs, 1930 folk rock, etc..1949 synthe, 1957 electro > > > [ cf JOEY ]

6300 1906-1950 R. MERLIN, Mungo J."In the summertime", ID, etc..., 1928 Boney M "Babylon", ID, mx

6285 1909-1951 UNID, mx. > > > > > > [ cd COAST FM or ATLANTIS FM ]

6265 1909-1958 CWR, pops, 1936 ID?, 1952 multi-IDs, live tk, mx

5895U 1912-1956 R. NORTHERN STAR, mx, ID at once

3910 1915-1936 UNID, \QRM; mx, 1918 Shadows, more instrum. mx (non stop). > > >[ cf CUPID R. ]

3940 1921-1955 UNID, '..on Caroline..', pops, pop-rock > > > > > > > > > [ cf R. 319 ]

6295 1926-1940 UNID \RTTY,noisy; mx, 1940 '..on SW', mx (1950 gone) > > > [ cf R. OSAKA via DR TIM ]

6273 1938-1958 UNID, non stop mx

6950 1943-1948 QUADZILLA R., \helico; R.Stones, ID, folk




* * * * * SUN. 15 APR. 2018 * * * * *Back home, better than 0,05 kHz



6205,0 1418-2036 LASER HOT HITS, mx, 1431 ID, 1600 news, 1624 Mike Andrew, mx

6284,95 1420-1421 UNID, on/off audio, mx, tk, (1433, 1440 gone) > > > > > > [ ATLANTIS FM ? ]
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6284,95 1546-1549 ATLANTIS FM, 1546 mx, ID, 1549 on/off audio. (1600 blank)
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6284,95 1602-2035 UNID, mx, 1653 "Can't never say goodbye", mx, mx, 1921 ".... Show" [ cf COAST FM ]

6305,1- 1421-1636 MERLIN %, v.weak; mx, 1625 MinkDeVille. (1650 trace, 1723 gone)

6374,9 1422-1602 R. HARMONY, jazz, 1441 ID+@ (1637, 1655 gone) (1727 Unid on 6375,0)

5840,0 1428-2005 WORLD MUSIC R., mx, 1428 ID, 1605 ID

5895U 1606-2008 R. NORTHERN STAR, 1606 Beatles"A day in the life", 1617 ID, 1722 D.Ross, etc

3975,0 1646-2046 TEST 3975, \DRM QRM; mx, 1700 pips, news, Stafford's World, etc... 2041 Progzilla R. ID

3910,0- 1706-1718 UNID, medley of R&R hits (or other hits at times)

6320,05 1724-1846 R. JOEY, pop, 1723 bpm, 1840 g's,, ID

6300,85 1822,1831 UNID, 1822 v.weak\splash; mx, 1831 now v.hard, and lost

3930,0 1850-1916 UNID, disco, 60's instr. flute, 1857 "Tainted love", etc, Benny Hill"Fastest milkman"

6325,0- 1928-1945* J.TOBACCO %, C&W, long blanks, D instrum. mx, "Telstar", Abba, blank, off

7725,85 1947-2246 R. ZEPPELIN, v.weak\noisy +fair peaks; mx, 2236 "Just the two of us", 2243 IDs, c'/d, 2246 blank

6303,0- 2253-2300 trace here. > > > > > > > > >[ elsewhere : R. ABU DHABI ]




Format:
kHz UTC1-UTC2 Station-ID, signal \QRM-QRN etc..., details

(Sometimes : UTC1,UTC2 : no intermediate check)

Tips in time order, except when linked with a "|" in the spacing line.

Letter after kHz : a=approx. (or bit of wandering), u=USB, L=LSB, v=bit of drift, V=real drift

mx=music, tk=talk, D=Dutch, E=English, G=German, F=French, it.=Italian, sp.=Spanish, rpt=report, v.=very,
e.=extremely w.=with, '=..ing, c'/d=closing down, M/W=man/woman, g'=greeting, ut=utility, bg=background
ID+@=ID+e-mail address, J=jingle, PLC=PowerLineComm'(noise), \=but, %=guess, hl=hotline, accn=accordion
> =becoming/then, bb=boom-boom mx, bpm=beat per min, [ between sq. brackets : best fit ID, thanks quick logs ]
Please note that c'/d is a period from a few seconds to well more than an hour before the real switch off !
"Strength" notes (from e.weak to V.strong) are rather S/N notes by ear, not S-meter levels. Most of the noise is local, but seldom identified as such.

Ray
Ray