650 WSM USA TN Nashville - 11 Apr 2012 2008 MDT - Playing country music (what else?) and a spot about "Way Back Wednesday" with call sign mention, amongst lightning static crashes. My first log using the M37V with the new 2 foot tuned box loop antenna I just built! [Audio Clip] 50 kW, 1089 miles. (M37V) (New - #80, TN #1) 810 KSWV USA NM Santa Fé - 4 Apr 2012 1935 MDT - A daytime ground wave station, on a bit late tonight. Playing Mambo type music. [Audio Clip] 5 kW (10 watts night) 24 miles (M37V) (New - #79, NM #6) 730 KDAZ USA NM Albuquerque - 4 Apr 2012 1900 MDT - One of my daytime ground wave stations. With Janet Mefford (Syndicated Christian talk show), SRN news. [Audio Clip] 1 lW (76 watts night) 66 miles (M37V) (New - #78, NM #5) 610 KNML USA NM Albuquerque - 4 Apr 2012 1802 - "The Sports Animal" -- One of my daytime ground wave stations, with -- you guessed it -- sports programming. [Audio Clip] 5 kW, 63 miles. (M37V) (New - #77, NM #4) 1100 XENAS MEX SON Navojoa - 27 Mar 2012 2108 - Mostly under the noise and KBRY with KNZZ nulled. Won't ID, but matches online stream. Something else in spanish too (playing norteño), but I don't know what it might be. [Audio Clip] (New - #76, Mexico #24, SON #2) 1100 KDRY USA TX Alamo Heights - 27 Mar 2012 1950 MDT - Some preaching, them some music. Briefly heard callsign during spots, including one for the "Bible Answer Man" show. Tough to pull out with KNZZ nulled. [Audio Clip] 1 kW (11 kW days), 635 miles. (M37V) (New - #75, TX #18) 560 XESRD MEX DGO Santiago Papasquiaro - 21 Mar 2012 1958 - KLZ took a fade just before TOH and this barely poked thru the noise for a full ID. Was kind of tough to dig it out, though. [Audio Clip] Maybe still on 10 kW day power (1 kW nights) (M37V) (New - #74, Mexico #23, DGO #1) 540 XETX MEX CHIH Nuevo Casas Grandes - 21 Mar 2012 1900 - Before dark and KNMX is already gone. I wonder why..? But playing musica ranchera in its place is regular after dark XETX with full ID at TOH. [Audio Clip] (M37V) (New - #73, Mexico #22, CHIH #8) 1210 KGYN USA OK Guymon - 21 Mar 2012 0035 MDT - With country music and station announcement every couple of songs. [Audio Clip] 10 kW, 279 miles (M37V) (New - #72, OK #2) 1200 WOAI USA TX San Antonio - 21 Mar 2012 0200 MDT - "Coast to Coast AM" / George Noory program, string of spots approaching TOH mentioning call sign and freq several times ("News Radio Twelve Hundred, WOAI"), then finally legal ID at TOH. [Audio Clip] 50 kW, 648 miles (M37V) (New - #71, TX #17) 1140 XEMR MEX NL Monterrey - 21 Mar 2012 0005 MDT - A big pest all night. Trying to catch something broadcasting in English underneath, but won't null very easily, and doesn't fade very often. Religious programming. Mexican National Anthem at midnight, then ID and back into religious programming. [Audio Clip] 50 kW, (M37V) (New - #70, Mexico #21, NL #3) 1260 XEOG MEX CHIH Ojinaga - 20 Mar 2012 2059 MDT - "La Primera" -- Trading places with XESA while KTRC nulled. With some music, ID a minute before TOH, notícias, then talk. [Audio Clip] 5 kW (supposed to be 250 watts at night, hmmm...) (M37V) (New - #69, Mexico #20, CHIH #7) 550 XEPL MEX CHIH Cd. Cuauhtémoc - 20 Mar 2012 2000 - "La Super Estácion" -- Sometimes German programming for the sizable Mennonite population around Cuauhtémoc can be heard on this station, but tonight it's Spanish music. ID at TOH was for XEPL 550 AM and XHEPL 91.3 FM. [Audio Clip] 5 kW, but supposed to reduce to 150 watts after sunset. Don't think they did, though. (M37V) (New - #68, Mexico #19, CHIH #6) 690 KGGF USA KS Coffeyville - 20 Mar 2012 1905 - Hard to pull out under KTSM, but occasionally fading up. ABC News at TOH, then local news items and weather report. [Audio Clip] 10 kW (5 kW nights), 606 miles. (M37V) (New - #67, KS #3) 690 KTSM USA TX El Paso - 20 Mar 2012 1847 - Mark Levin show, into a local break, callsign mention, other announcements, back into Mark Levin. [Audio Clip] 10 kW, 271 miles (M37V) (New - #66, TX #16) 540 KNMX USA NM Las Vegas - 20 Mar 2012 0800 MDT - One of my semi-local daytime groundwave stations. With "New Mexico music" and code-switching announcers. ID & CNN News at TOH, bat into he music. [Audio Clip] 5 kW (19 watts night), 67 miles (M37V) (New - #65, NM #3) 660 KSKY USA TX Balch Springs - 20 Mar 2012 0548 MDT - Mixing with KTNN, but faded in and over for a short while. Bill Bennett "Morning in America" show then a news break and traffic conditions,mentioning "K-Sky" several times. [Audio Clip] 20 kW (700 watts at night) 568 miles (M37V) (New - #64, TX #15) 640 KFI USA CA Los Angeles - 20 Mar 2012 0532 MDT - Coast to Cast AM show, into news at bottom of hour, traffic and weather reports, spot for John & Ken show. [Audio Clip] 50 kW, 676 miles (M37V) (New - #63, CA #2) 1290 KCUB USA AZ Tucson - 20 Mar 2012 0500 MDT - with Fox Sports programming. Briefly in over an Unid. Mexican (probably XEAP) at TOH for a legal ID. [Audio Clip] 1 kW 365 miles (M37V) (New - #62, AZ #3) 1260 XESA MEX SIN Culiacan - 20 Mar 2012 0318 MDT - With Exa FM programming in a sliver of a null on KTRC. Finally a full ID at 18 minutes past the hour, giving call signs and frequencies of both AM and FM stations. FM is XHESA 101.7 MHz. [Audio Clip] Supposed to be 500 Watts nights. 5 kW day power. (M37V) (New - #61, Mexico #18, SIN #5) 1700 KVNS USA TX Brownsville - 19 Mar 2012 1922 MDT - Playing oldies. Fading in and out and trading places with XEPE. [Audio Clip] 8.8 kW (880 watts night) 860 miles (M37V) (New - #60, TX #14) 590 KLBJ USA TX Austin - 16 Mar 2012 0000 MDT - With Coast to Coast AM, adds approaching TOH, then ID at TOH, into Fox News. [Audio Clip] 1 kW (5 kW days) 636 miles (M37V) (New - #59, TX #13) 990 XEER MEX CHIH Cd. Cuauhtémoc - 15 Mar 2012 2300 - "Estereo Romance" with full ID at TOH. [Audio Clip] 5 kW, (but listed as 250 watts at night... Hmm) (M37V) (New - #58, Mexico #17, CHIH #5) 990 XECL MEX BC Mexicali - 15 Mar 2012 2200 - With spanish versions of popular American pop and rock tunes. Then TOH ID, "Esta es XECL novecientos-noventa AM. Rockola, nueve-noventa. Cinco mil watts de potencia. Transmitiendo desde (some address I couldn't decipher) Baja California. Un emisora más de grupo ... (Radio Rama jingle)." They announce 5 kW power, but Cantú lists them as 3 kW nights and only 1.4 kW days. Who knows...? [Audio Clip] (M37V) (New - #57, Mexico #16, BC #1) 780 KAZM USA AZ Sedona - 15 Mar 2012 2113 - With regional news & weather report of impending snow storm, quick ID then back into music. [Audio Clip] Apparently on day power a bit late. 5kW (250 watts night) 318 miles (M37V) (New - #56, AZ #2) 700 KHSE USA TX Wylie - 15 Mar 2012 1957 - With Bollywood type music and same ID announcement every couple of songs. 920 Watts (1.5 kW days)[Audio Clip] 603 miles (M37V) (New - #55, TX #12) 1410 KGSO USA KS Wichita - 14 Mar 2012 1935 - With a weather report, then "Sports Radio Fourteen-Ten, KGSO". [Audio Clip] 1 kW (5 kW days) 510 miles (M37V) (New - #54, KS #2) 1270 KFLC USA TX Fort Worth - 14 Mar 2012 1915 - with a spanish version of "Summertime Blues" then "Cinquenta mil watts de noticias, cinquenta mil watts de deportes, cinqueta mil watts de tú comunidad. La Voz del Pueblo, doce sesenta AM" [Audio Clip] 50 kW (5 kW nights) 564 miles (M37V) (New - #53, TX #11) 1220 XEB MEX DF Cd. México - 10 Mar 2012 2000 - "La B Grande de México" -- Extremely auroral conditions, and everybody in the eastern half of the continent was reporting hearing Radio Globo in Brazil on this channel, so I gave a listen. All I could get was this powerhouse Mexican radio station from Mexico City. Seems like those South American radio stations never make it into the western half of the country. But I did get a nice recording of the legal ID at TOH. [Audio Clip] 100 kW (M37V) (New - #52, Mexico #15, DF #2) 670 Unid. ?? ?? ?? - 10 Mar 2012 0200 - Found some strange unidentified 875 Hz pips at about 0200 TOH while reviewing WSCR silent period recordings. No idea what this might be. Maybe KBOI engineer playing around? I wouldn't think so... [Spectrogram] [Audio Clip] (M37V) update: Turns out someone else recorded these same pips at the same time, but on 770 kHz during a presumed Radio Rebelde program. So, this was probably Radio Rebelde broadcasting the pips. (Tentative) 670 Unid. ?? ?? ?? - 10 Mar 2012 0100 - Reviewing my recordings some more, I note there is another spanish language station underneath the Rebelde programming. I have no idea who this is, and it'll probably be too hard to dig it out. (M37V) (Tentative) 670 KBOI USA ID Boise - 10 Mar 2012 0107 - I am happy to report that the KBOI DX test was easily heard here in Los Alamos despite interference from KLTT Commerce City CO and especially from a 1 kHz tone caused by the high power Radio Rebelde transmitter in Cuba broadcasting on 671 kHz.
Here is the what I heard during the first segment of the DX test:
- Antenna pattern change to non-directional at about 1:07 AM MST, making KBOI audible, where before there wasn't a trace of it to be heard.
- Voice announcement 20 seconds in: "KBOI Boise. We are pausing programming to do some technical maintenance and adjustments. Please stand by. We'll be back shortly."
- 16 upward sweeps spaced about 2.5 seconds apart, starting at 29 seconds.
- Intermittent music starting at about a minute and 8 seconds.
- Morse code "KBOI BOISE IDAHO" 4 times, alternating between a 1 kHz tone and a 700 Hz tone, starting at about 1 minute and 49 seconds. The 1 kHz het from Rebelde made it hard to decode the 1 kHz morse code, but you could tell it was there.
If there was a voice announcement associated with the 2nd segment of the test, I did not hear it:
- Morse code starting at about 1:36 AM MST, same message as before, but repeated only once at each tone.
- 2 upward sweeps
- a collage of pieces of music
- 2 more Morse code IDs
- 5 more sweeps.
- antenna changed back to night pattern making KBOI disappear from my radio.
Also heard after reviewing my 5 hour recording of 670 kHz, a 3rd segment of the DX test! I only heard about 15 seconds worth at about 1:51 AM MST, and it consisted of a Morse code ID on top of some Christmas music ("It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year")
670 KLTT USA CO Commerce City - 10 Mar 2012 0000 - Heard quite often during WSCR down time was KLTT with religious programming. I rotated the loop and radio to null KLTT as much as possible, and that worked pretty well, but the station did appear over everything else several times. (M37V) (New - #50, CO #7) 670 WSCR USA IL Chicago - 10 Mar 2012 0000 - Also heard at various times during the 5 hour recording was WSCR with sports talk, although they were off the air for a couple hours from 1:00-3:00 AM MST along with WGN and WBBM for maintenance work on the WBBM transmitter. (M37V) (New - #49, IL #2) 670 CM? CUB ?? ?? - 10 Mar 2012 0001 - Radio Rebelde -- Heard basically continuously on my 5 hour recording of 670 kHz, which I started at 11:00 PM 9 Mar 2012 in preparation for the KBOI DX test. More than one transmitter here, because occasionally you could hear them echoing against each other. Also, at least one transmitter off frequency on 671 kHz causing a massive 1 kHz tone on the channel for the duration of the recording. (M37V) (New - #48) 820 XEUDO MEX SIN Los Mochis - 8 Mar 2012 2055 - "Radio U de O" -- A spanish language station playing music under WBAP. Finally, a quick, hard to make out callsign under some crooner bumper music on WBAP. [Audio clip] [Another Audio Clip]from a few hours later with full ID. 250 watts (1 kW days) (M37V) (New - #47, Mexico #14, SIN #4) 1040 XEHES USA CHIH Chihuahua - 8 Mar 2012 2121 - "Siglo XXI" Playing American pop & romatic music (including Cyndi Lauper)With time check and full ID a7 2121. [Audio Clip] Supposed to be 250 watts at night, but probably running 5 kW day power. (M37V) (New - #46, CHIH #2) 780 WBBM USA IL Chicago - 8 Mar 212 2040 - With news and traffic reports, etc. mostly on top of another unidentified station playing music. [Audio Clip] 50 kW, 1065 miles (M37V) (New - #45, IL #1) 760 XEES MEX CHIH Chihuahua - 8 Mar 2012 2000 - "Antena FM" -- Playing slow, old music. Tuned in just in time for ID at TOH. Gave call letters XHES for FM station and frequencies 102.5 FM and 760 AM. Mentioned 25 kW for FM station and 10 kW for AM station. [Audio Clip] Cantú list says 1 kW (10 kW days). (M37V) (New - #44, Mexico #13, CHIH #4) 750 XECSI MEX SIN Culiacan - 8 Mar 2012 0100 - "Stereo Vida" -- With romantic music. Announcements before TOH included slogan, frequencies 89.5 FM & 750 AM, call sign for FM station only (XHCSI) and location of offices and studios. [Audio Clip] Fred Cantú list says 250 watts (5 kW days). (M37V) (New - #43, Mexico #12, SIN #3) 750 KHWG USA NV Fallon - 7 Mar 2012 2350 - In very briefly with an announcement "... this message brought to you by seven-fifty AM .... KHWG .." [Audio Clip] 250 watts (10 kW days) 723 miles (M37V) (New - #42, NV #1) 710 KNUS USA CO Denver - 7 Mar 2012 2300 - Talk, being a pest to the other stations on the channel. Mentions of callsign at TOH announcements. [Audio Clip] 5 kW, 290 miles (M37V) (New - #41, CO #6) 710 CM?? CUB ?? ?? - 7 Mar 2012 2230 - Radio Rebelde -- With organ music sounder and "Rebelde, La Habana" slogan at bottom of hour, into news, all the while fighting it out with a few other stations on the channel. [Audio Clip] (M37V) (New - #40) 710 XEDP MEX CHIH Cd. Cuauhtémoc - 7 Mar 2012 2200 - "La Ranchera de Cuautémoc", ID at TOH, then back into nusic. Really fighting with KGNC. [Audio Clip] (M37V) (New - #39, Mexico #11, CHIH #3) 710 KGNC USA TX Amarillo - 7 Mar 2012 2158 - Announcements fro upcoming talk shows, ID and jingles at TOH, into a sports talk show. [Audio Clip] 10 kW, 268 miles (M37V) (New - #38, TX #10) 860 XEHX MEX SON Cd. Obregon - 7 Mar 2012 2035 - "La Mía" -- after playing a spanish version of Back on the Chain Gang, announced slogan and frequencies, including 101.7 FM. [Audio Clip] (M37V) (New - #37, Mexico #10, SON #1) 1430 KCOH USA TX Houston - 6 Mar 2012 2152 - Running a soul music program. Callsign mentioned a couple times during announcements for upcoming events. [Audio Clip] 5 kW days, 1 kW nites 767 miles (M37V) (New - #36, TX #9) 570 KLIF USA TX Dallas - 6 Mar 2012 2020 - String of promos for shows played by KLIF, back into Rusty Humphries show, discussing Super Tuesday election results.[Audio Clip] 5 kW, 568 miles, (M37V) (New - #35, TX #8) 550 KTSA USA TX San Antonio - 6 Mar 2012 1950 - With talk and discussion of Super Tuesday election. Election returns, etc. 5 kW, 636 miles. (M37V) (New - #34, TX #7) 1110 XEWR USA CHIH Cd. Juarez - 5 Mar 2012 2305 - "Radio Guadulapana" With Catholic talk. Fred Cantu's list says they are 500 watts, Wikipedia says 5 kW. Both say days only. But here they are on at approaching midnight... (M37V) (New - #33, CHIH #1) 780 XEWGR MEX COAH Monclova - 5 Mar 2012 0004 - Playing non-stop American soft rock and finally giving an ID a few minutes after TOH, but ID'd as XHWGR 101.1 FM [Audio Clip] Very loud at times. (M37V) (New - #32, Mexico #9, COAH #2) 950 KRWZ USA CO Denver - 4 Mar 2012 2158 - "Cruisin' Nine-Fifty and FM One-oh-three point one." Playing "Elvis Only" program, which ended a couple minutes before TOH, which had to filled with something else before TOH legal ID. [Audio Clip] 5kW, 284 miles (M37V) (New - #31, CO #5) 1000 KTOK USA OK Oklahoma City - 3 Mar 2012 0230 - Taking a local break during Coast To Coast AM with George Noory at BOH to give slogan and ID. Another slogan at 0240 "News Radio One Thousand, KTOK. Oklahoma's Information Authority." [Audio Clip] 5 kW, 497 miles (M37V) (New - #30, OK #1) 960 KKNT USA AZ Phoenix - 3 Mar 2012 0200 - "Intelligent Talk Nine-Sixty, The Patriot" Slogans and ID at TOH. [Audio Clip] 5 kW, 356 miles (M37V) (New - #29, AZ #1) 960 KGKL USA TX San Angelo - 3 Mar 2012 0030 - "The Voice of the Concho Valley" with a promo for becoming a severe weather spotter for Skywarn, mentioning National Weather Service website, then station slogan and ID.[Audio Clip] (M37V) (New - #28, TX #6) 900 XEOK MEX NL Monterrey - 03 Mar 2012 0000 - Fighting with KVOZ and XEW. Talk program then ID at TOH. [Audio Clip] 10kW days, 2.5 kW nights (M37V) (New - #27, Mexico #8, NL #2) 860 KKOW USA KS Pittsburg - 02 Mar 2012 2152 - With country music. "Our call letters: KKOW. Our frequency: Eigth-sixty AM...." [Audio Clip] 10kW-D, 5kW-N 654 miles (M37V) (New - #26, KS #1) 990 KRKS USA CO Denver - 02 Mar 2012 0100 - Wrapping up Focus on the Family program, then ID at TOH, "The Mighty Nine-Ninety, KRKS Denver," then call letters sung in a jingle. [Audio Clip] 6.5kW-D, 4.2kW-C, 0.39kW-N (M37V) (New - #25, CO #4) 1060 KRCN USA CO Longmont - 28 Feb 2012 2100 - Faded in for an ID while I was listening for an XEEP ID. "... and, follow us on Twitter, KRCN ten-sixty, the home of business talk in Colorado, Radio Colorado..." then into ABC news. 50kW-D, 111 watts-N. (M37V) (New - #24, CO #3) 1060 XEEP MEX DF Cd. Mexico - 28 Feb 2012 2030 - Radio Educacion --Playing US standards from 40's/50's. ID and frequencies at BOH. 100 kW. (M37V) (New - #23, Mexico #7, DF #1) 1050 XEG MEX NL Monterrey - 28 Feb 2012 2000 - With some kind of spanish language religious hucksterism and a prayer, all the while with Andean flute music playing in the background. Is this still 100kW? Doesn't seem like it. (M37V) (New - #22, Mexico #6, NL #1) 730 XEHB MEX CHIH Hidalgo del Parral - 22 Feb 2012 0102 - "Radio Viva Via" jingle at TOH, then at 0104 a callsign/frequency/power/address ID, amongst the music. [Audio Clip] 50kW-D, 1kW-N. (M37V) (New - #21, Mexico #5, CHIH #2) 550 KLLV USA CO Breen - 21 Feb 2012 0038 - "Radio for the heart, This is K-Love, KLLV, Breen." With traditional christian worship music. 1800 watts and supposed to be daytime only. So why did I catch this after midnight? Hmmm? [Audio Clip] Station has a pre-sunrise authorization (PSRA) that allows them to come on the air at 6:00am with 500 watts, and also a post-sunset authorization that allows them to stay on the air after dark for a couple hours at much reduced power -- 236 watts or less, depending on the time of the year and time of day. This time of the year, they are supposed to be off at 7:45 pm. (M37V) (New - #20, CO #2) 1540 KEDA USA TX San Antonio - 21 Feb 2012 0000 - "This is KEDA San Antonio, Texas. Your Jalapeño Radio Station!" Same ID announcement as when I logged it 7 years ago. Better [audio clip] this time. Night time power has been boosted to 5kW since then, when it was only 1kW. (M37V) (New - #19, TX #5) 890 CM?? CUB ?? ?? - 20 Feb 2012 2034 - Radio Progresso programming, verified by matching to online stream (mms://media.enet.cu/radioprogreso). Broadcasting a radio drama of some sort. (M37V) (New - #18, Country #3) 890 XENZ MEX SIN Culiacan - 20 Feb 2012 1940 - "La Sinaloense" -- One of several Spanish stations I'm hearing with WLS nulled. No sign of KDXU. No call sign noted, but the audio matched the online stream. Other stations heard are probably KVOZ and R. Progresso (Cuba). 10kW-D 0.5kW-N (M37V) (New - #17, Mexico #4, SIN #2) 870 WWL USA LA New Orleans - 20 Feb 2012 0035 - Not new, but grabbed a recording from the M37V of this very frequently heard station. [Audio Clip] 50kW, 1025 miles. (M37V) (New - #16, LA #1) 850 XEM MEX CHIH Chihuahua - 20 Feb 2012 0012 - "Milenio Radio, Periodismo Con Caracter." Heard this one playing American pop music while tuning past with KOA nulled. Not new, but got a non-callsign recording of the slogan. 5kW-D, 0.5kW-N. (M37V) (New - #15, Mexico #3, CHIH #1) 840 WHAS USA KY Louisville - 20 Feb 2012 0000 - Caught a TOH ID while sitting on the frequency to see what would pop up. "...a Die-Hard Radio Station." It's been a while since I've heard this one. [Audio Clip] 50kW, 1159 miles (M37V) (New - #14, KY #1) 810 WHB USA MO Kansas City - 19 Feb 2012 2200 - Really weak, but could make out ESPN sports radio programming. Finally at TOH, a callsign ID intelligible enough to understand after playing it back a few times. [Audio Clip] 50kW-D, 5kW-N, 683 miles. (M37V) (New - #13, MO #2) 800 XEZR MEX COAH Zaragoza - 19 Feb 2012 2055 - "La Traviesa" -- Something Spanish underneath 800-lb gorilla XEROK. Thought it might be KBKF Bakersfield, but the audio wasn't matching up with the online stream, so kept listening. Finally after almost an hour, with the RS loop and M37V rotated just so to null as much as possible the behemoth, XEROK faded out enough to hear some intelligible audio and a callsign ID. [Audio Clip] 2kW (M37V) (New - #12, Mexico #2, COAH #1) 650 XETNT MEX SIN Los Mochis - 17 Feb 2012 1800 - XETNT presumed, because of lots of announcements mentioning "Radio 65, 106.5". No callsign heard, though. Time check at TOH, "Las siete en punto", wrong time zone for Sinaloa, doh! But the jingle matches, so.... 5kW-D. 1kW-N (M37V) (New - #11, Country #2, Mexico #1, SI) 1540 KZMP USA TX University Park - 17 Feb 2012 1710 - Fading in and getting stronger before pattern change/power change time, with ESPN Deportes programming (in Spanish). I somehow got distracted at the TOH, so I didn't hear the callsign, but this is the only 1540 that carries ESPN Deportes that I can tell. A later announcement gave URL of espndallas.com, then power dropped at 1716. [Audio Clip]. 32kW-D/0.75kW-N (M37V) (New - #10, TX #4) 1470 KKTY USA WY Douglas - 16 Feb 2012 0215 - Playing oldies and barely heard "...classic fourteen-seventy, KKTY..." [audio clip]. 1kW-D, 0.5kW-N (M37V) (New - #9, WY #1) 1070 KNTH USA TX Houston - 12 Feb 2012 1932 - "News Talk Ten-Seventy" -- Talk show, ads at bottom of hour for Black Gold Guns and Ammo, Kronburg Flags and Flagpoles, Freedom Financial Radio show and Dennis Prager show. Gave callsign a couple of times. [Audio Clip] 10kW-D,5kW-N, 748 miles. (M37V) (New - #8, TX #3) 1510 KOAZ USA NM Isleta - 11 Feb 2012 1625 - New station noted on the air today stunting, playing the same few songs over and over with this announcement in between each: "KOAZ and K279BP are One-Oh-Three-Seven, The Oasis. Listen at noon on Tuesday, February 14th, Valentines Day." A bit weak here in Los ALamos, and subject to a bit of splash from hard to null local KRSN 1490. This station took over the KABR 1500 license when KABR went to FM, and changed frequency, callsign, transmitter site and power. Now 5kW-D/4.2kW-C/25 Watts-N, diplexing off one of the towers in the KTBL 1050 array. 68 miles. (M37V) (New - #7, NM #2) 1070 KNX USA CA Los Angeles - 10 Feb 2012 2005 - Really? I've never logged KNX yet? Well here it is, with southern California traffic reports and commercials, and many mentions of "KNX, News Radio Ten-Seventy." 50kW 695 miles (M37V) (New - #6, CA #1) 1060 KIJN USA TX Farwell - 10 Feb 2012 1955 - Noted on with with Spanish language Christian music. Callsign ID given in Spanish at 1955. 10kW, supposed to be daytime only, but on long after dark. [Audio Clip] (M37V) (New - #5, TX #2) 1600 KRVA USA TX Cockrell Hill - 10 Feb 2012 1900 - Vietnamese language programming. Quick ID in English at TOH, "This is Sixteen Hundred, KRVA Cockrell Hill - Dallas" 25kW-D, 0.93kW-N. Doesn't sound like they're on night power. (M37V) (New - #4, TX #1) 1600 KEPN USA CO Lakewood - 10 Feb 2012 1840 - "Fox Sports Radio, The Zone" amid the jumble on 1600. 5kW (M37V) (New - #3, CO #1) 1490 KRSN USA NM Los Alamos - 21 & 22 Jan 2012 12:00 - 12:10 - KRSN's new transmitter site is only a mile from my house, so it wasn't hard to hear this one. Besides, I haven't officially relogged this one since they relocated their transmitter from White Rock. On this occasion, KRSN was running a DX test, which I organized for the station. The test program consisted of voice announcements with phonetic IDs ("Kilo Romeo Sierra November"), fast Morse code IDs at a medium pitch (700 Hz) and also at a high pitch (5 kHz), a telephone off-hook warning signal and some tone sweeps. 11 confirmed reception reports came in and I sent out 11 QSL cards [Here's a picture of one]. [Audio clip #1] is the 10 minute test program. [Audio clip #2] is how it sounded in Lakewood, CO. (M37V) (New - #2, NM #1) 610 KCSP USA MO Kansas City - 15 Feb 2008 2000 - KNML Albuquerque seems to be absent, so there are 3 others I can hear tonight. KCSP dominant with call-in talk and local Kansas City area ads, 2 spanish stations underneath. 5kW/5kW (SRF-M37V) (New - #1, Country #1, MO #1)