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Old 11-10-2017, 19:42   #1
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New B17 DRM Schedules starting 29th October 2017

The new English language Radio Romania B17 schedule is now available at

http://www.rri.ro/en_gb/rri_2017_201...encies-2570018

It's good to see the return of the early evening (18:00 UTC) one hour transmission that was missing from A17.
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Old 11-10-2017, 19:55   #2
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I wish they could schedule their 0630 UTC transmission on 9770 kHz half an hour later so as not to conflict with the BBC 3955 kHz broadcast that is on at that same time.

Its not as if there is a plethora of DRM stations fighting for room on the bands!
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Old 11-10-2017, 22:37   #3
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Romania DRM Spanish

When I met with them in June, they said they would be adding a Spanish DRM
transmission for South America for B17.
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Old 12-10-2017, 20:39   #4
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RRI B17

Hi Zyg, yes its a shame that RRI and the BBCWS clash with their early morning transmissions.

Hi Hans, I am sure Francisco will be please if there is a RRI DRM transmission to South America, even if it is in Spanish! You must tell us all about when you "met with RRI in June".
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Old 13-10-2017, 18:16   #5
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Sure, I was in Bucharest in June and I interviewed their director, Eugen Cojocariu.

He is a really nice guy and very helpful for the story I am doing about RRI for the 2018 WRTH.

A standard question is always about future plans which is when he told me they would have a DRM transmission for South America this fall.
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Old 17-10-2017, 19:54   #6
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... I interviewed their director, Eugen Cojocariu.
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Did you ask him if he was capable of changing the DRM parameters to a better one than the present (which they have never changed so far)?
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Old 19-10-2017, 17:10   #7
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B17 HFCC Data

I see that the HFCC data is now available. I have edited the data to give only DRM, and I have further edited the data to remove those transmissions that are not likely to occur, like the Voice of Russia. You will see the RRI transmission to South America on 13730 kHz, and will note that the KBS transmission from Woofferton on Saturdays on 9760 kHz, is no longer there!
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Old 19-10-2017, 20:15   #8
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Hi Neil and all,

Thank you for the compilation of the DRM transmissions in B17. At the same time I'll take the opportunity to inform you about my future plans. I have been rather active here since Summer 2005 - from my location in northern Switzerland and since 2013 in Stockholm. At the end of November I will move to Japan. Therefore I'll be less active during November as I have a lot of different things to cope with, but I will rig up my Gospell receiver in a temporary location until my new house is ready around May next year. I'm looking forward to return to the Forum in a not so distant future.
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Hi Neil and all,

Thank you for the compilation of the DRM transmissions in B17. At the same time I'll take the opportunity to inform you about my future plans. I have been rather active here since Summer 2005 - from my location in northern Switzerland and since 2013 in Stockholm. At the end of November I will move to Japan. Therefore I'll be less active during November as I have a lot of different things to cope with, but I will rig up my Gospell receiver in a temporary location until my new house is ready around May next year. I'm looking forward to return to the Forum in a not so distant future.

Terje,

Best wishes in your move. A six month period of logs from the GR-216 ought to be interesting. Hopefully, the transition will be as smooth as possible.

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Old 29-10-2017, 00:29   #10
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If anyone finds information on AIR's schedule for B17, I'd love to read it. Frankly, it's distressing to me to see the broadcaster of the largest deployment of DRM sit on the sidelines of shortwave.
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Old 03-11-2017, 14:40   #11
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Furthermore, I'm one SWL who only cares about digital so those analog SW schedules are basically a waste of time for SW broadcasters ...

BTW, speaking of B17 schedules, where is WRTH for 2018????

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Old 11-11-2017, 19:50   #12
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Additional BBC Engish Transmissions

I just saw these in the HFCC listings:

via Ascension at 100 kW on Tue and Wed only:

0800-1000 17640 kHz at 115 degrees

1400-1600 21750 kHz at 114 degrees
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Old 12-11-2017, 07:23   #13
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Additional BBC Engish Transmissions

I think these may have been a one off transmission for Africom, see captured text below which is on the drm.org website.
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