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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Hello Darfur!

The IBB service known as "Hello Darfur" is one of many broadcasters
currently offering good reception here in Melbourne during our early
afternoon window.

It's on 9845, from Iranawela, Sri Lanka, 250 kW, and observed during its 30
min morning broadcast for Sudan 0300-0330.

Programming is in Sudanese and Arabic.

Propagation in this period is via shortpath, over the daylight zone
extending east across the Indian Ocean, despite the primary antenna azimuth
being 283 degrees.

Other signals noted in the 0300 to 0400 window, on January 17, 2011,
included:

7220 MOLDOVA (longpath) VOR-Kishinev, Russian
9730 N. KOREA (shortpath) VOK English - annoying 1 KHz het from Yangon on
9731!
9765 COSTA RICA (shortpath) REE Spanish
9800 PORTUGAL DW-Sines (longpath) Russian
9855 PORTUGAL (longpath) Swahili
9875 VIETNAM VOV (shortpath) nat net Vietnamese
11685 CHINA (shortpath), Tibetan

Regards to all readers of this Weblog!

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