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From: Wolfgang LOEHNERT <oe1olb@compuserve.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 23:43:07 -0500
Subject: [SWL] links to radio antenna homepages
Message-ID: <199902222343_MC2-6B77-C3B@compuserve.com>

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from:	"gerhard.poller", INTERNET:gerhard.poller@vienna.at
Datum:	22-02-1999 02:13

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teilweise afu adressen !

links afu radio antennen................

http://www.sdxf.org/..................      Zeitung  "ETER-AKTUEL" radio
	http://www.sdxf.org/dxradio/                       -- " ---


http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/f6dex/          !!!!!


http://www.sirioantenne.it/ ...............interesante Antennen und Masten

http://aesham.com/         !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   wichtig
http://aesham.com/hyg.shtml .......ZB....HYGAYN ANTENNEN
http://gallery.uunet.be/ON4CEQ/ant_nl.htm       magnetische loop ANTENNEN


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From: Joe Buch <joseph.buch@dol.net>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 22:27:32 -0500
Subject: [SWL] Radio Canada Int. Program Tip
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Tonight on As It Happens...Some people will do anything to be on a TV 
show. The BBC is recruiting volunteers to live on a remote island and 
re-invent civilization... just like the Lord of the Flies, except with 
video cameras recording their social evolution. Hear about it tonight on As
It Happens, with Mary Lou Finlay and Barbara Budd at 2330 UTC on 5960 and
9755 KHz on Radio Canada International.  If you live within medium wave
range of Canada, you can also try 1830 local time on CBC Radio One outlets
in each of the time zones except Newfoundland which airs it at 1900 local.
This program is also heard on Public Radio International affiliates in the
USA like WAMU Washington DC and WBAA West Lafayette Indiana and a bunch more.


                                                /     \
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On the keyboard of life,                |  _               _  |
always keep one finger on the escape key| |_| @ @  @  @ @ |_| |
~*-.,_,.-*~'^'~*-.,_,.-*~'^'~*-.,_,.-*~'|      @ _____ @      |
Joe Buch                                |  @  @ |     |  @    |
Amateur Radio N2JB                      |       |_____|       |
joseph.buch@dol.net                     |    @  @ /-\ @   /-\ |
-*~'^'~*-.,_,.-*~'^'~*-.,_,.-*~'^'~*-.,_|        |   |   |   ||
There are two rules for ultimate success|     @   \__/Oooo\__/|
in life. Never tell everything you know.|____oooO____(   )____|
                                              \ (     ) /
                                               \_)   (_/

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From: "John A. Figliozzi" <jfiglio1@nycap.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 23:14:18 -0500
Subject: [SWL] Jamaica on MW in N.E. USA
Message-ID: <36D22AFE.653DCDDB@nycap.rr.com>


A good evening for Caribbean MW DX.  Hearing two Jamaican stations that
are ostensibly different broadcasters broadcasting the same program.
Jamaica B/C Corp. on 700 and R. Jamaica Ltd. on 720 in parallel with
light Caribbean tunes and male announcer.  Both stations 10 kW fading in
to an S9 signal at times.

John Figliozzi
QTH:  near Albany, NY
Lowe HF-150
A/D Sloper oriented west to east

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From: "John A. Figliozzi" <jfiglio1@nycap.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 23:00:21 -0500
Subject: [SWL] ZIZ St. Kitts
Message-ID: <36D227BA.941683B9@nycap.rr.com>


ZIZ Radio from St. Kitts in the Caribbean 10kW on 555 kHz. putting a
pretty steady S6 signal into my QTH near Albany, NY (about 150 miles
inland) tonight.  Playing soft ballads with a male announcer.  Current
time is 0358 UTC/ 10:58 EST.

John Figliozzi
Lowe HF-150
A/D Sloper oriented west to east

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From: "John A. Figliozzi" <jfiglio1@nycap.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 21:52:06 -0500
Subject: [SWL] DW on BBC German Closure
Message-ID: <36D217C2.B7960842@nycap.rr.com>


Today (2/23 UTC--2/22EST) DW's "Newslink" has a fairly extensive report
on the closure of the BBC's German Service with some interesting audio
bits of old broadcasts.  Report starts about 24 minutes past the hour
and you can still hear it (in North America) in DW's 0300 and 0500

John Figliozzi

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From: "John A. Figliozzi" <jfiglio1@nycap.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 20:57:27 -0500
Subject: [SWL] SWL Program News--23/2/99
Message-ID: <36D20AF7.BA52D4B1@nycap.rr.com>

Some things that may be of interest to you:

RN is now posting weekly program previews on their website for every
program.  It is updated every Friday for the coming week.

DW has an e-mail mailing list service providing daily previews of its
feature program for the day and a German/European press review.  This is
in addition to an e-mail mailing list providing a daily news bulletin.
To sign up for either or both of these services, go the English Services
page of the DW web site.  <http://www.dwelle.de/english>

RA has added three new programs to its schedule from the domestic Radio
National network.  The first is "Encounter" airing at 0905 and 1505
Sundays.  "Encounter" is a documentary-style program examining the
connection between religion and life in a multicultural Australia.  The
second new listing is "Books and Writing", airing at 1805 Saturdays,
which highlights Australia's books, writers and publishing industry.
The third new feature is "Australia Talks Books" (Fri. 0305 and 1705),
which is an edition of the daily domestic phone-in "Australia Talks
Back" that is dedicated to the discussion of one Australian literary
work.  The books are announced in advance to permit listeners to read
them before joining the discussion.  (Some of these books might be
published outside as well as within Australia.)  These three programs
are in addition to one added a few weeks back--"Life Matters" (M-F 0910
and 1135) which features reports on matters affecting Australians' daily
and family lives.

It appears that the BBCWS (or more correctly, Merlin Communications, the
owner of the transmitting facilities after divestiture) has either
changed the transmitting location or the slew of its 16m
frequency--17840--between 1730 UTC and 1900 UTC.  Prior to last week,
this frequency was virtually inaudible after 1730 at my QTH near Albany,
NY.  Since that time I have been experiencing good to excellent
reception (S7 or better) straight through to 1900.  I can even get clear
reception at my work location in a steel frame building in downtown
Albany on a Panasonic RF-085!

The new Sony ICF-SW07, scheduled for release this summer, will be
reviewed in one of March editions of "Media Network" (R. Netherlands,
Fri. 0053 and 0453 to North America).

The Voice of Turkey has a rather informative website detailing its
transmitting and program schedule, as well as other information.

John Figliozzi, Editor
The Worldwide Shortwave Listening Guide ($8.99 at Radio
The WWW Shortwave Listening Guide <http://www.anarc.org/naswa/swlguide>

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