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         WELCOME TO IRCA's AM-DX NEWSFLASH  -  March 2 2000
                          Vol 5  No 48

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Deadline for next issue = Thursday, March 9 2000 @ 1400 UTC

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CONVENTION - MEETING INFO (corrections/additions welcome)


DecalcoMania member Kenneth Hawkins is hosting a DecalcoMania get-
together in the St Louis area the week of 3/25-6/00. Let him know right 
away if you are interested. Kenneth M Hawkins, 2207 Britian Wy, St 
Charles MO  63304-8766. Phone: 636 498-0123 or 1-800-845-0618 (PIN #03). 
email: bumperstix@xxxxxxxxxxxx DecalcoMania is a radio promotion 
collector club, so there may or may not be any DXing involved.

2000 IRCA Billings, Montana Convention Information:

  The International Radio Club Of America Convention will be held August 
25, 26, and 27, 2000 in Billings, Montana. Your convention hosts will be 
John and Nancy Johnson. A registration form will appear in IRCA's "DX 
Monitor" soon. Non-IRCA members may register by mail providing your name 
and names of those attending, mailing address, days you plan on being in 
Billings, and confirmation that you have made reservations at the 
Quality Inn. The advance registration fee will be $35.00 which includes 
the Saturday night buffet. Please make out your registration fee check 
to "John C. Johnson" and send it to John and Nancy's home address, 265 
Waterton Way, Billings, MT 59102-7755 by July 31, 2000. 
  The convention will be held at the Homestead Quality Inn located at 
2036 Overland Avenue in Billings. This is just off I-90 on Billings' 
west end. Take Exit 446 and follow King Avenue West to Overland Avenue. 
A map is available on the internet, or write to John or Nancy. This is 
the same location as the 1993 IRCA convention. Their phone number is 
406-652- 1320. You may call their national 800 number at 800-228-5151 
for reservations, but please make sure you mention the Billings 
Homestead Quality Inn and the "2000 IRCA Convention" for the special 
rates. Our special rates are $55.00 for singles, $72.00 for doubles, or 
$59.00 for their twin suites. Cut off date for special rates is July 15, 
2000. Homestead Quality Inn provides free shuttle service from Logan 
International Airport and the Greyhound Bus station.
  Airlines serving Billings include Delta, United, Big Sky, Northwest, 
and Horizon. If Alaska Air serves your area, please check their 
connections on Horizon. Greyhound Bus service is available to Billings.
  The banquet will be at the Old Country Buffet. This will be an all-
you-can-eat buffet featuring their regular Saturday night menu of 
(subject to change) Carved Ham, Carved Roast Beef, Fried Chicken, Baked 
Chicken, BBQ Ribs, Spaghetti, Penne, Fried Fish, Baked Fish, Corn on the 
Cob, Chicken and Dumplings, Macaroni and Cheese, French Fries, a 
complete salad bar, and a complete dessert bar.
  Tours will be scheduled with as many Billings radio stations as 
possible. The tour of KTVQ will include watching the production of their 
Friday night 10:00 newscast. More details will be provided as tours are 
  Do you like to eat and shop? The convention is being held in the heart 
of the largest shopping area in Montana. Restaurants within easy walking 
distance of the convention site include Fuddruckers, Dennys, Outback 
Steakhouse, Jade Palace, Burger King, Taco Johns, Perkins, Red Lobster, 
Olive Garden, and Gussicks. Within two miles you will find Pizza Hut, 
Subway, Dairy Queen, Wendys, Arbys, McDonalds, Taco Bell, Applebees, Dos 
Machos, Fuddruckers Express, Golden Corral, Old Country Buffet, and 
Cactus Creek Steak Outfitters. The largest mall in Montana, Rimrock Mall 
is just 2 miles from the convention. Many national big box stores are 
within 2 miles including, but not limited to, Costco, Wal-Mart Super 
Store, ShopKo, Target, Big K-Mart, Best Buy, Toys R Us, Old Navy, and 
  Billings is located within a days drive of many vacation tourist 
attractions including, but not limited to Yellowstone National Park, 
Little Big Horn Battlefield, Glacier National Park and Mount Rushmore.
  Start making your plans now to attend this years convention! If you 
were at the 1993 Billings convention you will want to return for more of 
the same fun. If you missed the 1993 Billings convention now is your 
chance to attend. If you have access to the internet, check out the 
convention web site at: http://pages.prodigy.net/john_johnson/irca2000 

 CPC DX tests


CPC Chairperson (IRCA) - Lynn Hollerman - gmhollerman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    * 3/ 2/00 Thu - 0100-0600 -  670 - KLTT - Commerce City CO
    * 3/ 3/00 Fri - 0100-0400 -  670 - KLTT - Commerce City CO
      3/ 6/00 Mon - 0129-0159 -  660 - KEYZ - Williston ND (NRC)
      3/26/00 Sun - 0000-0030 - 1150 - WELC - Welch WV (NRC)
      4/ 1/00 Sat - 0515-0600 - 1110 - WTBQ - Warwick NY (McLean)

KLTT-670, Commerce City, CO will be performing maintenance testing 3/1 
from 2300-0400 MST and 3/2 from 2300-0200 MST. This is a 50/1.4 kW U4 
station. Their address, from the 20th NRC AM Log, is:

2150 West 29th Ave #300
Denver, CO 80222

Monday, March 6, 2000 - KEYZ-660, Williston, ND will conduct a DX test 
from 1:29-1:59 am EST. KEYZ will be using 5 kW, both day & night 
patterns, according to their CE. The test will include Morse code Ids 
and tones.

  Reception reports may be sent to:
Mr. Earl Gross 
Chief Engineer 
KEYZ Radio 
P.O. Box 2048 
Williston, ND 58802-2048
 (Arranged by Blaine Thompson for the NRC CPC.)

Sunday, March 26, 2000 - WELC-1150, Welch, WV will conduct a DX test 
from 12:00 - 12:30 am EST. WELC will be using 5 kW, ND.  All that is 
known about programming is that there will be Morse code IDs.
  Reception reports may be sent to:
Mr. John Sidote
P.O. Box 949
Welch, WV 24801
 (Arranged by Blaine Thompson for the NRC CPC.)

Saturday, April 1, 2000 - WTBQ-1110, Warwick, NY will conduct a DX test
from 5:15 - 6:00 am EST. The test will feature novelty music and code

  Reception reports may be sent to:
Mr. Rob McLean
62 N. Main St.
Florida, NY 10921

E-mail: am1110@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
WWW: http://www.wtbq.com
 (Arranged by Rob McLean of WTBQ.)

Also, if you hear a test, PLEASE, PLEASE let me know, via either
e-mail or in rec.radio.shortwave! And if you send a reception report to
a station, please remember to include return postage with your report...


Jerry Coatsworth - Merlin ON - jcfarmdx@xxxxxxxx

Heard WIMA test. Feb 21, 1150khz, 0147-0200 AM EST. Only code heard. In 
clutter. Two interfering stations on same freq were a French station, 
and a station playing C+W. My location is about 100 miles north of Lima, 
on the north shore of L Erie. Sent e and snail report. NRD-525, random 
wire on roof.



**Pat Martin - Rancho Mirage CA - mwdxer@xxxxxxxxx

1690  KSXX  CA, Roseville, according to Gary Jackson of Sacramento CA. 
       KSXX will be on in a month. He got a phone call from Freedom 
       Communications. So watch for testing.
1700  KCHT  OR, Astoria, according to the new owner, 1700 should be 
       coming on sometime this year. They are going to // 1370, which is 
       talk for 5 years and then turn 1370 off.



(BIG BOO BOO... sorry I goofed up on this report... the following should 
set it all straight... phil bytheway)

Henrik Klemetz - dhv599n@xxxxxxxxx

I noticed that you credited me with the Thai info. This is not quite 
true. Info came from German DXer Willi Passmann, who has been traveling 
in that country. Please insert the proper credit in your next issue.

Willi Passmann - dx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Important information belonging to this list was not given, like the 
receiving location, the fact that it was a daytime reception, listing 
onlystrong signals. It was also credited incomplete. I asked Henrik 
Klemetz, whom I have to thank, to forward my observations to you, as I 
did not have your address at hand during my holiday stay in Thailand.

I kindly ask you to complete the missing information:

All observations were made in Ko Tao on Feb. 19, 2000. All Thai 
frequencies (also the UNIDs = not listed in WRTH) except 774 Udon Thani 
and 693 Saraburi were in // at 0900 UTC.

The list does not claim to be complete in any way, I simply logged the 
strongest signals (S 3 or better) during daytime. The locations are 
guesses by comparison with the frequency list of the WRTH 2000. If not 
stated otherwise, traditional or modern Thai music was heard; special 
programme formats are mentioned.

The above stated is true also for the following list which was observed 
in Bangkok three days later:

 522  not listed
 540  Bangkok
 576  Bangkok
 594  Khon Kaen
 612  Lop Buri
 630  Bangkok
 657  ? various listed
 666  Tak
 675  Chiang Mai
 711  ? various listed
 720  not listed
 747  ? various listed
 765  Lampang
 792  Bangkok
 819  Bangkok
 837  Sakon Nakhon
 873  ? various listed
 891  Saraburi
 918  Bangkok
 945  not listed
 963  ? various listed
 999  not listed
1035  Bangkok
1053  ? various listed
1089  Udon Thani
1107  Chon Buri
1143  Bangkok
1161  ? various listed
1179  Bangkok
1233  ? various listed
1251  Bangkok
1269  Songkhla
1305  Bangkok
1332  Bangkok, only carrier at 0312, px at recheck 0325
1350  ? various listed
1359  Bangkok
1368  Nan
1404  ? various listed
1422  Phitsanulok
1440  ? various listed
1467  Bangkok only S3, this are not 100 kW
1494  Bangkok, S4 carrier signal but very low modulation
1521  Bangkok
1548  Bangkok ?, 2 signals of S3 are mixed, less than 10 kW if of 
       Bangkok origin
1584  ? various listed

**Pete Taylor - Tacoma WA - taytac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

1110  KWDB  WA Oak Harbor.  After two days of testing with non-stop ID-
       less music (even as late as 2130 on 2/24), ID finally given 2/26 
       1315: "You're listening to KWDB, the voice of Whidbey Island." 
       Signal about the same as the former KJTT's (splatter from KYCW-
       1090).  No phone listing. (PT-WA)
1630 KNAX/XEUT.  Strong OC noted 2/24 2305.  No IDs noted through 2/25 
       0130 (over KCJJ; no KKWY). Did a quick scan and found KFWB, KABC 
       and KCTD at extraordinary levels so presumed this was XEUT (even 
       though KKHJ and KOGO were non-existent and XEBACH was poor). 
       However, when I got back to 1630 at 0135, varying levels of 60 
       cycle hum were noted and at 0530, the hum was stabilized (low). 
       Carrier still there w/o audio 0945.  Called KOOR/KNAX and office 
       manager didn't know anything about 1630 (didn't get to Joe Mauk, 
       CE).  Someone recently reported that KNAX was testing and would 
       be on soon... Does anyone have any updated info on this?

**Pat Martin - Rancho Mirage CA - mwdxer@xxxxxxxxx

XEUT leaves their carrier on AN often. I have heard it that way on the 
Oregon coast. As far as I know KNAX is not on. Infact I got a card from 
Gary Jackson - Sacramento who was visiting his father at Clovis and 
there isn't a peep out of KNAX as yet. You must be hearing XEUT.

**Pat Martin - Rancho Mirage CA - mwdxer@xxxxxxxxx

1090  KKYN  TX, PLAINVIEW, heard well with XEPRS phased out, logged 
       w/ABC News and two local spots at 0101-0108 EST 2/26. New. 
       Running 250w w/null in this direction at night. (PM-CA)
1340  KPGE  AZ, PAGE, good on top briefly with oldies and ID at 0115 EST 
       3/1. With KWXY phased out. (PM-CA)
1350  KGHF  CO, Pueblo, good and dominant w/ Leaving on the Jet Plane 
       with "1350 KGHF" ID at 0310 EST 2/26. (PM-CA)
1360  KRKK  WY, Rock Springs good with OLD "People Got To Be Free" at 
       0257 EST 2/26 and ID at 0259.45 "KRKK-Rock Springs" (PM-CA)

Hammarlund SP-600, 80 foot EWE antenna w/ANC4

Tim Hall - Chula Vista CA - halls@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

(TRH-CA)  Tim Hall, Chula Vista, CA  ICF-2010, KIWA Loop, Delco car rx

1600 (Realtor) CA, Chula Vista  2/26 2215  Talking house in my Eastlake 
       Greens neighborhood, about a mile from my house.  Signal badly 
       pummeled by XEKTT (which is just over the mountain in Tecate) 
       except when I was right in front of the house.  Message included 
       the statement, "This talking house service is provided to all 
       Cacho Realty clients.", so there could be quite a few more of 
       these around.  New.  (TRH-CA)

Looks like the traveling talking-house salesman must have passed through 
San Diego lately!  We now have them on 1600, 1610, and 1670.

For anyone who's interested, we have a new home page which includes a DX 
page (http://www.inetworld.net/halls/dx).  I've assembled a pretty good 
list of links to online databases, network affiliate lists, sports 
networks, and sites that help you identify the businesses mentioned in 
commercials.  Additions, corrections, and comments are welcome.

Jean Burnell - St John's NF - jburnell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


 882  SPAIN  COM Radio, Sabadell, FEB 15 0340 - Boring interview in 
       Spanish (Herman Boel's lists suggests this is only in Catalan); 
       peaking at SIO 333 over COPE stations and BBC R. Wales and lost 
       under COPE synchros by 0400.
1386  KALININGRAD/RUSSIA  Voice of Russia, Bolshakovo, FEB 19 2109 - EE 
       program, news, ID at 2111; SIO 332 with long, deep fades.
1386  GREECE  ERA, Athens, FEB 20 0118 - Greek music and male announcer 
       in Greek, // 1404, 1494, and 1512; SIO 343.
1458  ENGLAND  Lite AM, Ashton Moss, FEB 19 2104 - Ads, jingle ID, old 
       pops; SIO 232.
1494  DODECANESE IS./GREECE  ERA, Rodos, FEB 20 0157 - Faded up above AA 
       station (Jordan likely) with Greek music, interval signal at 0200 
       followed by "Era" ID; SIO 333.
1636  NETHERLANDS/PIRATE  R. Barones, FEB 26  2349 - Mainly Dutch music 
       and acknowledgements of phone calls in English, many IDs, off at 
       0140; SIO 243.


1030  ARGENTINA  R. Del Plata (LS10), Buenos Aires, FEB 15  0200 - 
       "Radionoticias del Plata" began with temperature in Buenos Aires; 
       SIO 343.
1120  ARGENTINA  R. Atlantica (LU6), Buenos Aires, FEB 15 0203 - Woman 
       with ID in a mix of weak Spanish signals; SIO 232-1.
1130  DOMINICAN REP.  R. Cadena de Noticias (HIRL), Santiago, FEB 15 
       0308 - Ads, program promo with ID, jingle; SIO 232.

Drake R8A, Icom R-71A, modified, MFJ-1026 phasing unit, K9AY delta loops 



Jan-Erik Österholm - Fortum FINLAND -  Jan-Erik.Osterholm@xxxxxxxxxx

One question. I was on a DX-pedition to Lemmenjoki, northern Lapland, 
Finland between January 6 and January 20. There is one unidentified I 
would like to ask the readers to help me with:

1) On January 13.1 at 0030 UTC I had a pretty trong signal on 1580 
during a good opening 	towards the eastern seaboard of the US. The 
station was using a slogan as "Star 15-80". 	Which is the station? WSRF 
Ft. Lauerdale can be excluded?

2) Heard during a DX-pedition to Lemmenjoki, Lapland (northernmost parts 
of Finland) KKTL Casper WY announcing "AM 1400 K-Talk, KKTL, Casper, 
Wyoming". The address to this station is missing in NRC's AM Log 1999. 
Anyone who knows the correct address to KKTL?



**Pat Martin - Rancho Mirage CA - mwdxer@xxxxxxxxx

 550  KGME  AZ, PHOENIX , rec.  QSL letter in 10d from: Stephen H. 
       Blodgett-CE. Address:  840 N. Central Ave., Phoenix AZ 85004. 
       1470 XERCN  MEXICO, B.C.N., Tijuana, rec. verie letter in SS in 
       76d from: Sergio Golarte Quiros- Gerente de Promociones, along 
       with stickers. Address: Gral. Manuel Marquez de Leon  No. 950, 
       Zona Rio, Tijuana  B.C.N.  MEXICO.  (PM-OR)
 810  KSWV  NM, SANTA FE. A very long and friendly letter on nice 
       letterhead in 16d from: George A. Gonzales-Owner & GM, along with 
       lots of info on station. Address: P.O. Box 1088, Santa Fe  NM  
       87501. (PM-CA)
1380  KTOM  CA, SALINAS, rec. very nice letter from Jim Hilliker-News 
       Director (Air name-Jim Vernon). Along with QSL letter, coverage 
       maps. in 15d. Address:  903 N. Main Street-Salinas  CA  93906  *-
1570  KPRO  CA, Riverside. Rec QSL letter in 3 days no signature on 
       letter. Address: 7351 Lincoln Avenue, Riverside  CA  92504. 
1700  WAFN  FL, MIAMI SPRINGS, finally got back a QSL form letter from: 
       George D. Butch-C.E. in 375d. Now have all three call letter 
       changes verified. Address: 8400 NW 52 Street-Ste 101, Miami FL  
       33316. (PM-OR)



Per-Ole Stenman -  Jakobstad, Finland - per-ole.stenman@xxxxxxxx

In a letter received today from Salem station KCCS I found some 
interesting notes regarding their transmission, could anyone in West 
coast area comment on their sky wave signal today compared to previous 

AM 1220, KCCS is operating under Special Temporary Authority from the 
FCC to use a temporary antenna, because we no longer have a broadcast 
"tower". Around August first we put a three inch copper strap up the 
side of a 75 foot tree on our studio property. We then "Top Loaded" it 
using steel cables stretching from the 74 foot level to other trees in 
the area. This is providing a decent local signal but probably doesn't 
allow for a good departure angle so "skip" reception would be affected. 
also, while we are 1000 watts in the daytime, we lower power to 171 
watts at night. We are going to build a "Valcom" 74 foot fiberglass whip 
antenna for permanent use. This will be a lot more efficient that our 
tree, but still may prevent people in your part of the world from ever 
receiving us again.

Wayne Heinen - Aurora CO - Nrclog@xxxxxxx (via NRC-AM)

The below was received by a fellow Ham who is at KBJD-1650, look's like 
we'll get veries, it'll just take a while!

A quick note for you and all the Radio Listeners.... I am buried with 
SWL cards, letters, etc from all over the US and even some foreign 
countries. I am attempting to keep up, but due to other duties 
(engineering emergencies mostly), I haven't been able to. If you could 
let folks know to not panic and not think we've forgotten about them, we 
will get the verifications out.



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     Geomagnetic Summary February 22 2000 through February 28 2000 
      phil bytheway - Seattle WA - fokker_d8@xxxxxxxxx
      Tabulated from email status daily

  2/22   164     9    1    low-mod     quiet-unsettled     -
    23   185    10    1    low-mod     quiet-active        -
    24   192    26    3    moderate    unsettled-mis       -
    25   210    21    2    moderate    unsettled-active    -
    26   215    12    2    low-mod     quiet-active        -
    27   227     9    2    low-mod     quiet-unsettled     -
  2/28   219    14    3    low-mod     unsettled-active    -

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