Legende

Frequencies in khz, Time in UTC (=WorldTime=GMT), px= Program, Tx= Transmitter. All Receptions on Shortwave or Mediumwave = International Broadcasting

Al-Azm Radio, Saudi-Arabia -- 11745 khz

 

Radio Al-Azm is a service primarily for Saudi military personnel serving in Yemen and the southern part of the Kingdom. It is a Division of SBA (Saudi Broadcasting Authority), transmitting with 250 kW from Jeddah in Arabic on a daily base.

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Log's -- Time in UTC (Universal Time), Frequency in khz

 shorts: f.= for, Vo.= Voice of, R. = Radio, SBA = Saudi Broadc.Authority, px = Program, WS = World Service, S. = South, Int. = International, PBS = a Chinese Home Service, ID = Identification announcemt., vernac. = vernacular (local speech)

Receiver: "Black Devil", made by Heinz Stampfl        Antenna: 80-m-Longwire &Balun

 LOGS  (Receptions) June 2022, all with Ident.

Time           Station Frequency /Power kW
13.45             Voice of America-Relay Vatican                            17530 / ... 250 kW
13.55 China Radio Int. (P.R.C.)            17560 / ... 500 kW
 14.00             Radio Farda Relay Germany                               17830 / ... 100 kW
 14.15             Radio Azadi, Relay Thailand                                17880 / ... 250 kW
 14.30             Vo.America f. Tibet, Relay Germany                    17690 / ... 100 kW
 14.37             SBA Radio Saudi, Ryadh, in French                    17660 / ... 500 kW
 14.48             WWCR Nashville, USA, religious                         15825 / ... 100 kW
 14.54             WRMI Florida, Supreme Master px                      15770 / ... 100 kW
 14.57             BBC (UK), English reports                                   15740 / ... 100 kW
 15.00             Radio Tamazuj, f. S.Sudan, Relay Vatican           15550 / ... 100 kW 
 15.40             R. Exterior Espana, Spanish px                            15520 / ... 200 kW
 15.49             R. Free Europe, Tajik px, Relay Germany            15450 / ... 100 kW
 15.52             BBC WS, Relay Phippines f. Korea                      15435 / ... 250 kW 
 15.55             Adventist World Radio, Relay Austria                   15265 / ... 300 kW
 16.35             China National R. for Kazakhstan                        11630 / ... 100 kW
 16.43             Vo. Korea, Pyongyang, English px                       11645 / ... 200 kW
 16.50             Vo. Turkey, Ankara, English px                             11660 / ... 500 kW
 16.53             China Radio Int., German px                                11725 / ... 500 kW
 17.00             Al-Azm Radio Saudi-Arabia                                  11745 / ... 250 kW
 17.06             PBS Xinjiang, China                                             11770 / ... 100 kW
 04.11             R. Algier - Holy Quran px, multiple ID                    6050 / ... 500 kW
 07.34             BBC WS, English, via Relay Vatican                   17830 / ... 250 kW
 13.32             R. Denge Welat, f. Kurdistan, vernacular            11775 / ... 100 kW
 13.40             BBC Relay Singapore, English px                       11685 / ... 125 kW
 13.55             Adventist World Radio Relay Guam                    12105 / ... 100 kW
 14.03             Vo.Korea, Pyongyang, Russian px                        9425 / ... 200 kW




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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieh1EaIXVlg

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Republic of Yemen Radio, 11860 khz

 Yemen Radio does broadcasting since years via Saudi-Arabia, due to the war situation inside Yemen.... Reception in Germany, TX-site is Jeddah, with a power of 50 kW -- in this Recording is Tunesia mentioned, followed by Sunnah Quran Singer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhuRChHnVDU



9255 khz, Station: Sound of Hope (Taiwan), chinese program "Xi Wang Zhi Sheng" , close down 15.59 UTC, 19th March 2022

 Audio from other QRG, but monitored by me

 today without Jamming, px listened from 15.30 - 15.59 UTC

last 4 minutes the same usual "ending instrumental music"

-- not a real Interval Signal, but often used --