ARLA/CLUSTER : R.NZi A_06 amended... again
Carlos L.R. de A.Gonçalves
Segunda-Feira, 3 de Abril de 2006 - 22:16:04 WEST
As I write, www.rnzi.com/pages/listen.php#inet, the "How to Listen" url,
shows the following slightly amended A 06 schedule:
UTC kHz azimuth
0655-1059 9855 0º
1059-1259 9870 325º
1300-1650 7145 0º
1651-1850 7145 35º
1851-1950 9630 0º
1950-2050 11725 0º
1955-0700 15720 0º
At 2048, both 11725 & 15720 were audible while the webpage indicated 15720
only, then IS played for quite a while, but 11725 remained on... and is
still on at 2114; that's a bit stronger than // 15720, which is weak &
fluttery, and gets some QRM de B on 11724.9. Tuning to 11725 usb and using
the 20 m T2FD, the B stn almost vanishes and R.NZi almost comes alive albeit
still mediocre though readable; the NSoAm/AUS 45 m inv. V reveals the
R.Novas de Paz, Curitiba PR, Brazil.
Yes, they may have planned to rely on HF DRM for distributing their signal
to the Pacific islands, but wouldn't satellite be better... and less
expensive too? The chief advantage of using HF DRM or "normal" H is that
they're using something of their own while the satellite is not.
The recent item in DXLD about the proposed IoM stn on 279 kHz speaks for
itself as far as DRM is concerned.
I think we should stick together and start saying "PLC & DRM, no thanks!"
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