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In July, RMI told me that the first prize was a 4 days trip in Chisinau, for the Wine Festival. From October 12 to 15th 2007. So on October 12th in the morning, I flew to Chisinau via Vienna. I arrived in Moldova in the middle of the afternoon, and Violeta from the French service of RMI was at the airport to welcome me. I stayed in Hotel Villa Natali, downtown Chisinau. Soon, I made my first walk and discover the city.

But the main event of my trip, is the Wine Festival (6th edition) from Saturday in Marii Square in downtown Chisinau in front of the National Assembly. Wine Festival is a great festival; all Moldovan wineries are here, with a lot of folk dances. All was Live on the television network Moldova 1.

On Sunday, we visit the medieval place of Orhei some 60 kilometres from Chisinau. On Monday morning, I went to the Radio House, in Mioritsa Street for a full visit of the station. Violeta wait me, and
I?m introduced to Mrs Baccalim (manager of RMI) and General Manager of TeleRadio Moldova. In front of TV camera, many gifts were given with a Welcome speech.

Mrs Baccalim (left) and Violeta. [caption]
I visited offices of the French service, and Radio Moldova?s studios.
I also recorded the day broadcast. RMI?s offices are at the 6th floor, so with Violeta we went to the 2nd floor, where is the studio used by RMI. We meet Natalia, sound engineer. After the recording, we have lunch and follow a visit to the ? small museum ? made for the
75 years of the Moldovan radio (1930). [caption]
Very interesting visit with old radio receivers, and lot of files from the Soviet era. I got the pleasure to found two historic pennant of Radio Moldova for my collection. But it?s time to leave Moldova and coming back in France. I enjoyed a lot this too short trip in Chisinau, and I would like to thanks Violeta Clichici for her kindness.

I invite you to listen to Radio Moldova International, on the web only in French, English, Spanish, Russian or Romanian. Since 2000, RMI is no longer on short waves. Web address: http://www.trm.md
(DSWCI Short Wave News ? April 2008 via DXLD)
MOLDOVA [and non?]. Country list question --- I seem to recall that the countries committee has recognized that the Voice of Russia for sometime has had issues with indicating the correct transmitter location on their QSL.

Can someone be kind enough the remind me of their ruling on this matter? The reason I asked is today I received a QSL for the Voice of Russia all my reference material indicates that the transmitter site for this broadcast (6240 at 0241) is Grigoripol in Moldavia; however the QSL says Kishinyov (or something like that hard to read). I
looked thru a list of transmitter sites and have not found a match as of yet. Thanks, (Mike Rohde, NASWA yg via DXLD)
Mike, Grigoriopol and Kishinyov are different names for the same site in Moldova, or to be more precise, Pridnestrovye = Transnistria . 73, (Glenn Hauser, ibid.)

Let me see if I can clarify GH's post, lest someone think that literally Grigoriopol and Kishinyov are one and the same place. They are, of course, not (except in some politically correct minds in Moscow).

Here is the story: In the old Soviet Union era, surely into the 1970s, the USSR had transmitters throughout its territory that transmited Radio Moscow programming. One of these sites was just outside the city of Kishinev (which was how RM spelled the name of the capital of the Moldavian S.S.R., although other alternative spellings then used were Kishinyov and Kisin'ov).

QSL cards from that era were issued marked as Kishinev. Sources such as the CIA's FBIS confirmed the xmtr(s) was/were located near the city of Kishinyov/Kishinev/etc. These receptions were considered as the radio country Moldavia (in today's NASWA country list: Moldova (Moldavian S.S.R.)

For years, most DXers considered transmitter sites as listed on Radio Moscow QSLs to be applicable, even though, in some cases, those notations might be a bit dubious. Those cases that might be literally untrue usually were not challenged. It made things easier to simply accept Moscow's word for it, since listeners couldn't come up with the proof showing another location.
But in Moldavia's case, things started to get complicated. At some point, maybe in the late 1970s, maybe sometime in the 1980s, the xmtr site near the city of Kishinyov/Kishinev (or to throw in another spelling variant, Chininau [sic] -- to use the common Roman alphabet letters -- the name by which the city is known today) was shut down. A
new transmitting station was built near Grigoriople [sic], a distance of approximately 50 km. from Kishinev. The NASWA Country List Committee has not been able to establish exactly when the new transmitting station at Grigoripol [sic] was built. Several European DX sources have suggested various, approximate years, but as far as we have been able to determine, a precise date or year is not known.
At some time, again unknown, Moscow shifted its transmissions from the old Kishinev site to the new Grigoriopol site. At some time, again exact dates are not known, at least one old SW xmtr was physically moved from Kishinev to Grigoriopol. Shortwave transmissions from the old Kishinev site ceased.

However, Moscow QSLs continued to be marked Kishinev (and VoR cards, using the Kishinyov spelling, continue to be so marked even today) even though transmissions were coming from Grigoriopol, some 50 km
away. As long as both Kishinev and Grigoriopol were both part of the same "radio country," few DXers cared much about the distinction.
Then came the breakup of the Soviet Union, and the Moldavian S.S.R.
became, in political reality, as well as continuing to have "radio country" status, an independent country, Moldova. BUT then a portion of Moldova, ex-Moldavian S.S.R., a part generally known as Pridnestrovie declared its own independence from the Moldova.
After a period of time, some years, the NASWA Country List committee accorded this break-away "country" radio country status. And Grigoripol happened to be located within Pridnestrovie. That where, for DXers, a problem began.

Apparently for political reasons, Moscow was supportive of but not willing to recognize Pridnestrovie. So VofR prefers to maintain the fiction that its broadcasts are coming from transmitters in Kishinyov, Moldova, when they are coming from Grigoriopol, Pridnestrovie, and thus continued to mark its cards incorrectly.
This fiction eventually became just too apparent and too hard for DXers to ignore.

The NASWA Country List committee was called upon to establish a cut off date, before which, R. Moscow/V of Russia QSL cards marked Kishinev/Kishinyov should count as Moldova (Moldavian S.S.R.) and after which, V. of Russia cards, similarly marked, should count as Pridnestrovie. Since no historically accurate or correct date could be established, the CLC chose an arbitrary point in time, December 1993, the approximate date an independent SW station, then called Radio Dniester International began operating in the breakaway "state." .
This long explanation boils down to this. QSLs marked Kishinev or Kishinyov from BEFORE December 1993 count as Moldova (Moldavian) and similarly marked cards from December 1993 or AFTER count as Pridnestrovie.

The correct answer may not always be the short answer. And while perhaps not the perfect answer, it does at least get everyone on the same page. Sincerely, (Don Jensen, Chairman, NASWA Country List Committee, NASWA yg via DXLD)

Don goes into the long convoluted history of this which is fine, and essential if your QSLing goes back sesquidecades (even tho there are no firm answers); I was merely explaining what is currently the case.
Grigoriopol is the only site currently in use, and thus the only one which can currently be QSLed, altho the Russians like to continue calling it ``Kishinev`` (however it may be spelled). In HFCC you will find only KCH listings, nothing for Grigoriopol, even tho that is more precisely where the present site is. Right? 73, (Glenn Hauser, ibid.)
Glenn is entirely correct. Presently, regardless of what Moscow may put on QSLs, Grigoriopol is the only currently active site. Thus, today, one can log and verify Pridnestrovie, but not Moldova (Moldavian S.S.R.), according to the NASWA Country List The same is true for any such QSLs post-December 1993. You should be counting Moldova (Moldavian S.S.R. only if the logging was before December
1993. The rest of my post was, indeed, only citing history. My
concern was that those interested in history might believe that the Kishinev and Grigoriopol sites were one and the same. They are/were not, the locations being approximately 50 km apart. ?dnj (Don Jensen,
ibid.)

See also PRIDNESTROVYE below --- in DXLD we are not counting QSLs and countries, so if it concerns Radio PMR, it`s usually filed there (gh, DXLD)

PRIDNESTROVYE. Hi Glenn, I'm looking for some contact info! I
recently picked the station from Moldova (Pridnestroya). Where can I email reception reports? 73s, (Sue Hickey, Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland, Canada, May 19, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also MOLDOVA
Did you consult WRTH 2008? It says radiopmr @ inbox.ru PWBR also gives a website, http://www.president-pmr.org/radio but it doesn`t work.
Looking for an answer to Sue`s question, I came upon this 9-month-old article in the Tiraspol Times, which may have been referenced before, but anyway ---

Radio PMR expands int'l broadcast schedule
Propaganda-station "Radio PMR" has expanded its international broadcast schedule. It now broadcasts in six languages for sixteen hours a day. The signal is reached in Africa, Australia, Asia, USA and South America.

By Karen Ryan, 31/Aug/2007

The humble headquarters of Radio PMR, "the voice of the rebel republic" that broadcasts worldwide [caption]
GRIGORIOPOL (Tiraspol Times) - A shortwave and mediumwave radio station which broadcasts worldwide from the unrecognized republic of Pridnestrovie has expanded its international schedule to sixteen hours a day. The move comes as the country prepares to celebrate its 17th anniversary of independence, which was declared on 2 September 1990.
Pridnestrovie, which is also known under names such as Transnistria and Transdniester, is a 'de facto' independent country which meets the requirements for statehood under international law.
Its state-owned international radio station, Radio PMR, uses radio infrastructure which was inherited from a propaganda radio which was established by the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War.
Crude in the extreme, the broadcasts at the time were unable to convince foreign listeners of the benefits of living in the "Workers' Paradise" and the Soviet Union ultimately lost its struggle with the West for the hearts and minds of listeners. Its American funded counterpart, Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, is still operating.
Information blockade

Today, Pridnestrovie is seeking its place in the world as a country on equal terms with other states that were created out of the rubble of the dissolved Soviet Union.

Antonina Voronkova, the head of Radio PMR which broadcasts worldwide on the shortwave band. [caption to a yellow-haired lady]
As an unrecognized state, it faces an information blockade and is a victim of biased information from Moldova, which seeks to crush the quest of Pridnestrovie's inhabitants for independence and self- determination. By stepping up the information about Pridnestrovie which is broadcast by Radio PMR, locals hope to break through the information blockade and get their own point of view become known to the rest of the world. . . http://www.tiraspoltimes.com/node/1200 (via Glenn Hauser, DXLD)

tional Radio Serbia is gone again from the Bijeljina transmitter in Bosnia-Herzegovina. On May 19 and 20, Wolfgang B?schel and other European monitors were no longer hearing the European service on 6100, just the low-power Stubline unit on 7200v. So is 6185 to North America also off?

Yes, no IRS, checking here UT May 21 at 0003, just XEPPM on 6185 with Mexican music, 0023 Spanish talk. Also with huge splatter from Cuba
6180. Too, see UK for discussion of suggested move to 6190, 6195.
An hour later at 0105 I clicked on their website at http://glassrbije.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=36&Itemid=156 and English stream came on right away. Since they don`t have enough sense to use a clear SW frequency when it`s working, I`m glad I did listen to crystal-clear webcast, embedded autolaunching WM player, so why do they prompt a real player download?? Because I had been wondering about the Eurovision Song Contest, this year from Belgrade.
Some of the features were about that; it started today with semifinals, and the finale will be May 24. Nevertheless, IRS seems to be partial to the Serbian entry! Not a good time to lose their main SW capacity again.

I was looking for any word about suspending frequencies, of course not, and finally found the transmission schedule http://glassrbije.org/E/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=21&Itemid=34 which is the same one as before including 6100 and 6185. Closing announcement at 0125 claimed we could hear them at the same time tomorrow 6100 and 7240 --- but this transmission has never been on those frequencies! Geez. What`s the story on Bijeljina, Dragan Lekic?
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UKRAINE. Here are some extracts from the ?WorldDX? bulletin #164.
To my pleasure, in the rubric ?Medium Waves? I found my own contribution to OPEN-DX forum about the weird combinative frequency I observed once in the morning here in Kyiv. I suddenly heard Radio Promin, then operating on the frequency of 549 kHz, also on the frequency of 891 kHz. After uncomplicated calculation I revealed that 891 kHz was equal to 549 kHz multiplied by 2 minus 207 kHz (that is the frequency of the first channel of the Ukrainian Radio). Obviously, that was the result of the irregular functioning of the transmitters in Brovary near Kyiv. So, if you hear some weird signal, I advise you first of all to take a calculator.
To my surprise, I didn?t hear the second harmonic of Radio Promin on 1098 kHz. Instead, I heard there only the station with a programme in Hungarian, but not usual Radio Regina in Slovak. As I further have known, the Slovak Radio has cancelled transmitting Radio Regina on medium waves, and the frequencies have been given to the minority services such as Hungarian, Ukrainian and others (Olexandr Yegorov, RUI Whole World on the Radio Dial May 17 via DXLD)
UKRAINE [non]. Today I?ll give you the list of Schedule of international radio stations broadcasting in Ukrainian on short and medium wave bands in summer A08 broadcasting season via foreign transmitter?s sites.

Forecast of Solar and Geomagnetic Activity 21 May - 16 June 2008
Solar activity is expected to be very low. No proton events are expected at geosynchronous orbit. The greater than 2 MeV electron flux at geosynchronous orbit is expected to reach high levels during 22 - 28 May and 01 - 10 June. Geomagnetic field activity is expected to be at minor storm levels on 21 May with major storm levels possible at high latitudes due to a recurrent coronal hole high-speed stream.
Activity is expected to decrease to active levels on 22 May as coronal hole effects subside. Quiet to unsettled levels are expected during 23 May - 02 June. Activity is expected to decrease to quiet levels during 03 - 14 June. Activity is expected to increase to unsettled levels on 15 June as a recurrent coronal hole high-speed stream begins to affect the field. A further increase to active levels is expected on 16 June as the high-speed stream continues.
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:Issued: 2008 May 20 2053 UTC
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# UTC Radio Flux Planetary Largest # Date 10.7 cm A Index Kp Index 2008 May 21 72 25 5 2008 May 22 72 15 4 2008 May 23 72 10 3 2008 May 24 72 10 3 2008 May 25 70 10 3 2008 May 26 68 10 3 2008 May 27 68 10 3 2008 May 28 68 10 3 2008 May 29 68 12 3 2008 May 30 68 12 3 2008 May 31 68 10 3 2008 Jun 01 68 10 3 2008 Jun 02 68 10 3 2008 Jun 03 68 5 2 2008 Jun 04 68 5 2 2008 Jun 05 68 5 2 2008 Jun 06 68 5 2 2008 Jun 07 68 5 2 2008 Jun 08 68 5 2 2008 Jun 09 70 5 2 2008 Jun 10 70 5 2 2008 Jun 11 70 5 2 2008 Jun 12 72 5 2 2008 Jun 13 72 5 2 2008 Jun 14 72 5 2 2008 Jun 15 72 8 3 2008 Jun 16 72 15 4 (SWPC via WORLD OF RADIO 1409, DXLD) ###
Hard-Core-DX Digest, Vol 65, Issue 24 ------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 12
Date: Thu, 22 May 2008
From: "Tom Taylor"
Subject: [HCDX] Relays this weekend via 9290 kHz
Relays this weekend via 9290 kHz

May 24th
Radio City 09.00 -10.00UTC and on 945AM 19.00 -20.00UTC www.radionord.lv
Latvia Today 10.00 -11.00UTC
Radio Casablanca 11.00 -12.00UTC

May 25th
Latvia Today 15.00 -16.00UTC


Good listening 73s Tom

WorldDX 168
24/05/2008
Editor : Ivan Lebedevskiy, Pushkin, Leningradskaya oblastr, Russia ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Monitoring
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BIELORUSIA
6.090 kHz, Radio Belarus, 19-03-08, 2340-2344. Comentarios de locutora, en ruso. SINPO 45444
TAJIKISTAN
7.560 kHz, Voz de Rusia, 20-03-08, 0033-0035. Comentarios de locutor, en portugues. SINPO 33343
(Javier Robledillo Jaen, Elche (Alicante), Espana - radioescutas 22/03/2008)
4996usb RUSSIA: RWM, Moscou, CW, 16/03 0010. estacao de sinal horario (// 9996, ja ouvida tambem em 14996 kHz), 25522 (Rudolf Grimm, Sao Bernardo-SP, Brasil).

6040,0 2059 RUS RNW-Krasnodar Si+Id*Fx 23/03 Hol 55444 6055,0 2112 LTU LVRII-Sitkunai Curso de idioma 23/03 Esp 44444 6090,0 2126 BLR R BELARUS-Minsk-Kalodzicy Com--Fuerte QRM Util?? 23/03 Ing 43443 6145,0 2134 RUS LV RUSIA-Moscu Com sobre relig 23/03 Esp 35333 5830,0 2149 UKR R UKRAINE INT.-Kharkov Com Yl+Mx Folk OM 23/03 Ucr 35333 (Tomas Mendez, Spain - playdx2003 24/03/2008)
4010 22/3 23.40 Kyrgyz R. - Bishkek Kirghizo MX buono (Roberto Pavanello, Italy - playdx2003 24/03/2008)
UTILITY
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06850.0 2BT: Geo-Mil 2311 ALE/USB clg 4BR (2008-03-21) (sw)
13528.0 C: Rus-N Moscow 1442 a1a ch-mkr (2008-03-22) (sw)
12599.5 UAT: Rus-Mms Moscow R 1503 Sitor/a1a ch-mkr (2008-03-22) (sw)
04212,0 ugc: St. Petersburg Radio RUS 0032 cw/marker de ugc kyky 22Mar08 (wp3)

08435,0 rlk7: Archangelsk Radio RUS 0900 sitor-b yryryryryry 4ly 4ly de rlk7 rlk7 12596/8435 4ly 4ly de rlk7 rlk7 12596/8435 22Mar08 (wp3)

2.721,00 REA4 - Moskva RUS CISAF FSK 50/225 22-mar 0104 IDLE - (BC)
2.798,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 22-mar 0044 N-D - (BC)
2.814,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 22-mar 0041 N-D - (BC)
4.049,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-mar 1824 N-D - (BC)
4.391,00 U... - ..... CIS CISAF CW 16-mar 2221 TFC '=990021=' (BC)
4.951,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 16-mar 2215 N-D - (BC)
5.104,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 17-mar 0535 N-D - (BC)
5.214,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/200 16-mar 2203 N-D 0540 N-D (BC)
5.268,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL BEE/36-50 50/200 19-mar 2253 TFC KRY - (BC)
5.404,00 U... - ..... CIS MILITARE BEE/36-50 50/248 18-mar 2150 TFC KRY - (BC)
5.780,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 20-mar 2248 N-D - (BC)
6.513,00 USO5 - Izmail UKR RADIO J3E/USB 21-mar 0609 V-M/TLF - (BC)
6.583,00 4L.. AAW ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 19-mar 1816 CLG "LF4" 1843 CLG "1BR" (BC)
6.583,00 4L.. BIR ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 19-mar 1725 CLG "DUV" - (BC)
6.583,00 4L.. DUV ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 19-mar 1711 CLG "SRT" - (BC)
6.583,00 4L.. KG4 ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 19-mar 2132 CLG "AAW" - (BC)
6.583,00 4L.. LF4 ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 19-mar 2004 CLG "BER" - (BC)
6.583,00 4L.. SRT ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 19-mar 1623 CLG "LF4" 1711 CLG "DUV" (BC)
6.589,00 U... - ..... CIS AIR J3E/USB 21-mar 2333 TFC RUS/WX SIMPLEX (BC)
6.864,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-mar 1735 N-D - (BC)
6.908,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-mar 2257 N-D - (BC)
7.813,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 22-mar 0016 N-D - (BC)
7.870,00 RFNG AGURCHIK Moskva RUS AIR J3E/USB 17-mar 0646 WKG "TORBA" (BC)
7.870,00 RFQJ ZADORNI Voronezh RUS AIR J3E/USB 17-mar 0647 CLG/WKG "AGURCHIK' (BC)
7.870,00 RLAP SPHORA Rostov na Donu RUS AIR J3E/USB 17-mar 0647 CLG/WKG "AGURCHIK' (BC)
7.870,00 UKO5 TORBA Saratov RUS AIR J3E/USB 17-mar 0646 CLG/WKG "AGURCHIK' - (BC)
8.010,00 U... - ..... CIS METEO/MIL ? CIS-14 96/1500/2CH 17-mar 0548 TFC KRY - (BC)
8.180,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL/METEO CIS-14 96/1500/2CH 17-mar 0609 TFC KRY - (BC)
8.315,00 4L.. 1BR ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 18-mar 0550 CLG "KBR" - (BC)
8.571,00 UWW - ..... CIS RADIO CW 17-mar 0617 TFC RUS 'UREY GA QSL NIL 73 QSL NIL 7ITE DE UWW GA QSL NIL 73 ' (BC)
8.701,50 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-mar 1128 N-D - (BC)
9.259,75 U... - ..... CIS PTT CIS-ARQ 100/1000 21-mar 1132 N-D - (BC)
9.269,75 U... - ..... CIS PTT CIS-ARQ 100/1000 21-mar 1133 N-D - (BC)
10.114,75 U... - ..... CIS METEO/MIL ? CIS-14 96/990 18-mar 0700 TFC KRY - (BC)
10.164,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 21-mar 1137 N-D - (BC)
10.263,00 RAL2 - ..... RUS [...] CW 18-mar 0711 CLG/WKG RMW2 RMW2 RMW2 DE RAL2 K 0800 CLG/WKG RGH2 (BC)
10.263,00 RGH2 - ..... RUS [...] CW 18-mar 0801 WKG RAL2 VV RAL2 DE RGH2 QSA3 K (BC)
10.263,00 RMW2 - ..... RUS [...] CW 18-mar 0710 WKG RAL2 RAL2 DE RMW2 QSA 5 K (BC)
10.368,00 U... - ..... CIS MILITARE RUS-SYS 75/250 21-mar 1139 N-D - (BC)
10.373,00 4L.. SJS ..... GEO GeoF ALE/USB 21-mar 1715 CLG "KBR" 1903 CLG "KBR" (BC)
10.374,00 U... - ..... CIS MILITARE CW 21-mar 0710 TFC TWO TONES (BC)
10.374,00 U... - ..... CIS MILITARE RUS-SYS 75/250 21-mar 0711 N-D - (BC)
10.405,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL CIS 81-81 40,5/250 17-mar 0627 N-D - (BC)
10.704,75 U... - ..... CIS METEO/MIL ? CIS-14 96/1000 18-mar 0716 TFC KRY - (BC)
11.101,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 18-mar 0723 N-D - (BC)
12.708,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL CIS 81-81 81/250 21-mar 1147 N-D - (BC)
12.736,00 REA4 - Moskva RUS CISAF FSK 25/1000 21-mar 1150 IDLE - (BC)
12.832,00 RDL - Smolensk RUS CISN BEE/36-50 50/200 21-mar 1152 TFC KRY - (BC)
12.960,00 U... - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/500 18-mar 0736 N-D - (BC)
14.449,50 U.. - ..... CIS PTT RUS-ARQ 100/2000 18-mar 0759 N-D - (BC)
14.664,00 U.. - ..... CIS MIL RUS-SYS 75/250 18-mar 0754 N-D - (BC)
15.870,00 U.. - ..... CIS MIL FSK 100/500 18-mar 0747 N-D - (BC)
15.940,00 U.. - ..... CIS MIL FSK 100/500 18-mar 0745 N-D - (BC) (Bruno Casula, Italy - udxf 23/03/2008)
- UDK2 (Mourmansk-Russie) a 1625z en CW sur 13050 khz.
- RWM (Moscou-Russie) station horaire a 1659z sue 9996 khz.
(Yves-Marie, France - dxuti 23/03/2008)
07850.0 AIR: Geo-Mil (GS2 net) 1719 ALE/USB clg SAK (2008-03-23) (sw)
(Sam, U.K. - udxf 23/03/2008)

07039 C: MX Beacon, Moscow 1517 CW No others audible. (22Mar08) (MPJ)

07956 : Russian Military 1641 RUS-75/75/250 In crypto traffic.
(23Mar08) (MPJ)

08108 : CIS Military 1617 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB In traffic. (23Mar08) (MPJ)
(Jim, U.K. - udxf 24/03/2008)

06850.0 2BT: Geo-Mil 1857 ALE/USB clg 4BR (2008-03-23) (sw)
(Sam, U.K. - udxf 24/03/2008)

last night a next "new" and unid one show up on 6 MHz in CW.
An Ukrainian vessel (URKT, a Bucket Dredger of CHERNOMORTEKHFLOT, Odessa) called on several 6 MHz CW callings channels the callsign
URV9.
URV9 is not known on any maritime / coastal station listing I checked.
Just minutes before another Ukrainian vessel send on 6300.5 kHz a CW message (with a vessel status report) to unid, but as "radio odessa" was mentioned in the preamble it should "an" Odessa Radio.
But there are many "different" Odessa Radios listed...
Seems that there is an "official" port (Odessa Radio) station, that one that send the NAVTEX bulletins and some "company" (fleet) owned shore stations. My idea is that this URV9 is just "another" Odessa Radio, or maybe better a "Odessa based shipping company shore station", but which one (maybe of CHERNOMORTEKHFLOT in Odessa)?
Maybe several companies operate a joint shore station?
Difficult to find any info at all !!
Any of our Russian / Ukrainian members?
Sadly no QSX was found.

And the unid Russian shore station UHX5 was active in CW too last night.
Here my idea is "an" Astrakhan Radio.
Maybe a "company shore station" too"?
These CW stations show up usually around 0500 UTC, means they are active for the "morning calls" of the vessels.
See the loggings below,
any ideas? info? comments?

06300 URKT: Ukrainian Bucket Dredger Vessel "VIKTOR LEKAREV" of CHERNOMORTEKHFLOT (Odessa) 0506 CW clg URV9 (unid Ukrainian Coastal station, "Odessa Radio"?). 25Mar08 (ALF)
06300.5 URKT: Ukrainian Bucket Dredger Vessel "VIKTOR LEKAREV" of CHERNOMORTEKHFLOT (Odessa) 0508 CW clg URV9 (unid Ukrainian Coastal station, "Odessa Radio"?) fr QSA? 25Mar08 (ALF)
06300.5 : unid Vessel 0455 CW dx msg to "radio odessa", QSX not found.
25Mar08 (ALF)

06483 UHX5: unid Russian Coastal station, prob. Astrakhan Radio 0432 CW "... UHX5 CQ MM NW FM ORANVEREJNOGO NR72/S NR72/S CK 11 25/3 0730 = ... = DLYa PEREDATschI ADRES SUDOW ... = OP BULYTschEWA + CQ NIL TU ... DE UHX5/UHX5 e e". 25Mar08 (ALF)
(dl8aam - udxf 25/03/2008)

09303.0 GS6: Geo-Mil 1655 ALE/USB clg KBR (2008-03-25) (sw)
05780 KG4: Georgian Military 0300a ALE/USB to BER. 21Mar08 (ALF)
06287 KBR: Georgian Military 0334 ALE/USB to NET4 w/LQA. 22Mar08 (ALF)
06315 : Georgian Military 0119 ALE/USB to KBR. 23Mar08 (ALF)
06483 UHX5: unid Russian Coastal station, prob. Astrakhan Radio 0432 CW "... UHX5 CQ MM NW FM ORANVEREJNOGO NR72/S NR72/S CK 11 25/3 0730 = ... = DLYa PEREDATschI ADRES SUDOW ... = OP BULYTschEWA + CQ NIL TU ... DE UHX5/UHX5 e e". 25Mar08 (ALF)
06583 KG4: Georgian Military 0000+ ALE/USB to DUV, SRT, AAW, BER, LF4.
21Mar08 (ALF)

06583 LF4: Georgian Military 0000+ ALE/USB to AAW, KG4. 21Mar08 (ALF)
06592 MOSKWA: Moscow Aero, RUS 0309 J3E/USB YL/RR clg AEROFLOT 750.
25Mar08 (ALF) - RDARA or Aeroflot's LDOC ??
06773 : "Russian Governmental" RTTY-ITA2/75/500 5FGs in blocs a 50 grps on dx link 80104 to UNID, nxt msg 5LGs after "11100 80104 00000 25065 01509" into OP-chat in FSK-CW. 25Mar08 (ALF)
08129 SJS: Georgian Military 1814 ALE/USB to KBR w/LQA. 21Mar08 (ALF)
N.D.B.

22 19.35 505 TNE( or TN(e) UNID (31 sec, 1-ID, gap-27 sec.)
21 16.15 617 B ? Y UNID ( 2,5 sec,) 21 15.58 635 LV ? Y UNID ( 15 sec., 2-ID, gap-6 sec.)
21 18.36 650 O 1030 Y Lviv,UKR 21 15.45 687 VT ? Eysk,RUS * 21 19.00 770 MI ? Y Mikhaylovka ,RUS (Victor Puzanov, Mozhaysk,RUSSIA - ndblist 22/03/2008)
23 18:34 1285 SW 1020 1010 1585 SAVELOVO, RUS (Mike, Yapton, U.K. - ndblist 24/03/2008)
24/03 0052 475 ZG Russia 24/03 0132 490 KO Ukraine 24/03 0133 490 FI Russia (Finbar - ndblist 24/03/2008)

2008-03-21 20:41 445 KM 423 KEM, RUS 2008-03-23 19:27 475 ZG 1648 PETROVSKOYE, RUS 2008-03-23 18:56 478 MF 1210 Y LARIONOVO, RUS 2008-03-23 18:51 485 CW 1301 KRASNAYA GORBATKA, RUS 2008-03-23 18:42 490 FI 1594 GOLITSYNO, RUS 2008-03-23 18:39 492 TBV 1716 Y TREBOVA, CZE 2008-03-23 18:17 493 RW 1195 Y MARYINO, RUS 2008-03-23 22:00 517 ARD 2053 Y ARAD, ROU 2008-03-23 18:04 518 TM 1932 Y TOMAKIVKA, UKR 2008-03-23 17:58 523 BK 1637 LUNINO, RUS 2008-03-23 17:54 525 PL 576 Y St. Petersburg / Pulkovo, RUS 2008-03-23 22:07 525 CH 1570 CHERNIAKHIV, UKR 2008-03-23 17:53 527 TE 1550 Y TERBUNY, RUS 2008-03-23 17:50 535 KE 597 Y KIKERINO, RUS 2008-03-23 22:18 554 OG 1736 Y RUSSKY KAMESHKIR, RUS 2008-03-23 22:21 564 OK 1416 Y LYSKOVO, RUS 2008-03-23 17:37 591 RN 1673 Y PENZA, RUS 2008-03-23 17:25 617 SV 1707 Y STEBLIV, UKR 2008-03-23 17:18 625 SU 1606 Y Sumy, UKR 2008-03-23 17:10 635 KO 565 Y KOTLY, RUS 2008-03-23 17:13 635 GH 1191 Y MINSK-2, BLR 2008-03-23 17:07 642 KN 1122 KOSTINO, RUS 2008-03-23 16:59 650 OS 636 Y OSMINO, RUS 2008-03-23 16:56 659 DO 1219 Y DOMODEDOVO, RUS 2008-03-23 22:50 662 SM 2337 SMOLENSKAYA, RUS 2008-03-23 15:55 680 BP 1159 Y CHELOBITYEVO, RUS 2008-03-23 16:01 694 QL 1501 Y ALGASOVO, RUS 2008-03-23 16:03 700 AD 1145 Y SHEREMETYEVO, RUS 2008-03-22 19:57 718 SL 1606 SOLOVIIVKA, UKR 2008-03-23 16:12 718 OF 1191 Y Lyubertsy, RUS 2008-03-23 16:15 732 QO 1251 AKSINYINO, RUS 2008-03-22 19:46 735 KW 1721 Y KOVIAHY, UKR 2008-03-23 16:21 745 BG 1086 Y KARMANOVO, RUS 2008-03-23 16:28 760 R 1212 Ramenskoe, RUS 2008-03-22 19:32 778 GR 1776 Y KRASNOHRAD, UKR 2008-03-22 19:28 791 SU 796 Y BELOZYORSK/OZYORSK, RUS 2008-03-23 16:38 815 PW 1987 PAVLIVKA, UKR 2008-03-23 16:34 815 DD 1532 Lipetsk, RUS 2008-03-22 19:22 825 YK 1634 BUINSK, RUS 2008-03-22 19:15 830 SW 1592 Y SHEPETIVKA, UKR 2008-03-22 19:08 840 KR 1100 KALININGRAD, KAL 2008-03-21 20:30 885 KR 651 KIRISHI, RUS 2008-03-21 20:28 900 NE 1062 NERL, RUS 2008-03-22 16:38 906 PE 748 Y PECHORY, RUS 2008-03-22 16:34 940 UD 674 CHUDOVO, RUS 2008-03-22 16:25 960 RP 1360 SOSNOVSKOYE, RUS 2008-03-22 16:31 960 L 1962 Y CHISINAU, MDA 2008-03-22 16:48 960 CY 1638 CHERVONYI, UKR 2008-03-22 16:21 975 GD 1373 MALOYE SKURATOVO, RUS 2008-03-22 16:18 978 HB 1549 Y ZEMETCHINO, RUS 2008-03-21 19:54 985 FK 1119 GAGARIN, RUS 2008-03-22 16:15 995 DW 1753 NIKOLSKOYE, RUS 2008-03-22 16:12 1005 LO 1208 Y KLIMOVSK, RUS 2008-03-21 19:46 1010 PT 511 Y DALNA, RUS 2008-03-21 19:44 1020 DK 1235 GLOTAYEVO, RUS 2008-03-22 16:03 1046 TZ 943 Y VOLOGDA, RUS 2008-03-22 16:01 1055 IN 1277 Y SUKHOTINO, RUS 2008-03-21 19:30 1080 AR 1124 Y BUZHAROVO, RUS 2008-03-21 16:45 1112 RL 1818 ZHIGULI, RUS 2008-03-21 16:42 1145 KK 1927 Y KRASNOARMIISK, UKR 2008-03-21 16:40 1150 BN 2264 Y BOLSHAYA NIKOLAYEVKA, RSE 2008-03-21 16:32 1285 SW 1106 SAVELOVO, RUS 2008-03-21 16:30 1290 TU 1039 BELY, RUS 2008-03-21 16:30 1290 R 571 Y Murmansk, RUS (OH6JKN - ndblist 24/03/2008)

20080322 - 2048 - 315 - RG - Tunoshba - RUS - JO31qa - 2223 20080323 - 2334 - 518 - TM - Tomakovka - UKR - JO31qa - 1995 (Dietmar B., Lindlar, Germany - ndblist 25/03/2008)
21 1732 434 GR Gorka RUS 433.603 / 434.406 2--(30.15sec) 21 1734 435 SM Semenivka UKR 434.353 / 435.592 2--(15.0sec) (Bo Nensen, Hanabackliden-Ornskoldsvik, Sweden - ndblist 25/03/2008)
22 2312 265 ZL Zolochiv UKR 23 1558 441 O Kardla EST 439.719 / 441.796 (carrier 440.759)
21 2002 445 KM Kem RUS / 446.026
21 2012 455 AZ Lipetsk-2 RUS 21 2029 475 ZG Petrovskoye RUS / 476.022
21 2035 478 MF Larionovo RUS /479.037
21 1757 485 CW Krasnaya Gorbatka RUS 484.231 / 485.776 2--(29.85sec) 21 1757 486 KL Krasny Sulin RUS 21 1814 490 FI Golitsyno RUS 21 1742 490 KO Koshany UKR 488.995 / 491.014 2--(29.95sec) 21 1745 493 LD Krasnodar RUS 21 1741 493 RW Maryino RUS 491.984 / 494.018 2--(29.95sec) 22 2229 505 GE Saransk RUS / 506.048 1--(30.75sec) 21 1837 511 G Homel BLR 21 1837 512 NA Qostanay KAZ 2--(15.25sec) 21 1847 515 BU Baku AZE 514.597 / 515.407 1--(4.5sec) 21 1850 515 SL Sukhodol RUS 21 1843 515 T Vologda RUS 2==(15.05sec) i.e. DAID 21 1706 518 TM Tomakivka UKR 517.033 / 518.967
21 1700 525 CH Cherniakhiv UKR 523.983 / 526.015 (approx.)
21 1659 525 PL Sankt-Peterburg RUS 523.990 / 526.018
21 1727 617 SV Stebliv UKR 615.977 / 618.032 2--(30.0sec) 23 0112 650 OS Osmino RUS 648.969 / 651.037
23 0118 680 BP Chelobityevo RUS 678.984 / 681.022
23 1607 700 AD Moskva-Sheremetyevo RUS 699.601 / 700.405 2--(14.65sec) 23 1614 718 SL Soloviivka UKR 717.010 / 719.007 2--(29.95sec) 23 1619 735 KW Koviahy UKR 733.982 / 736.000 2--(30.05sec) 23 1627 745 BG Karmanovo RUS 744.013 / 2--(32.2sec) 23 1629 745 TR Trypillya UKR 743.983 / 2--(15.05sec) NEW 23 1644 760 R Moskva-Ramenskoye RUS 2--(15.05sec) 23 1652 778 GR Krasnohrad UKR 776.943 / 779.008 (carrier 777.975)
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