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Bonjour,

La dernière émission de VOA Radiogram, le programme en mode numérique de la Voix de l'Amérique, est diffusé ce week-end.

A 16h00 sur 17580 kHz la réception était parfaite ici. A part une courte annonce à la fin en OLIVIA (64-2k) tout était en MFSK 32.

73 de Daniel

Quelques extraits de cette dernière émission :

This is the last VOA Radiogram. It will be replaced next weekend
by a new program, Shortwave Radiogram. The transmission schedule
for Shortwave Radiogram, at least to begin with, is the same as
the three VOA Radiogram broadcasts transmitted by WRMI in
Florida:

Sunday    0600-0630 UTC    7730 kHz

Sunday    2030-2100 UTC    11580 kHz

Sunday    2330-2400 UTC    11580 kHz

For listeners in Europe, the Sunday 2330 UTC transmission is now
delivering the best signal. Unfortunately, the hour is late.
Unattended reception (leave your radio and Fldigi on while
you sleep) might be a solution.

Contact, internet, and social media details are also changing ...

+=========+=========================+========================+
|         |           OLD           |          NEW           |
+=========+=========================+========================+
| Email   | radiogram@voanews.com   | radiogram@verizon.net  |
+---------+-------------------------+------------------------+
| Website | http://voaradiogram.net | http://swradiogram.net |
+---------+-------------------------+------------------------+
| Twitter | @VOARadiogram           | @SWRadiogram           |
+---------+-------------------------+------------------------+

I will take the VOA Radiogram email list with me. Listeners on
that list will hear from me via radiogram@verizon.net with
details about the first Shortwave Radiogram on 25 June.


On this final weekend of VOA Radiogram, we thank Dave Freese,
W1HKJ, and his team who have developed the Fldigi and associated
software that we have used extensively both to encode and decode
VOA Radiogram. John Douyere, VK2ETA, part of the W1HKJ group,
authored AndFlmsg, an Android version of Fldigi, and TIVAR (Text
and Images Via Analog Radio), a simplified receive-only version
of AndFlmsg. Visit w1hkj.com .

There are other decoding software programs available, and we
encourage you to try them. They include MultiPSK from
f6cte.free.fr, and DM780, part of the Ham Radio Deluxe package.


Reports from and
experiments by listeners have established the great potential for
digital text and images via an analog shortwave broadcast
transmitter. Best of all, I now have new friends all over the
world.

Some listeners use high-end amateur transceivers with audio
patched through a PC to Fldigi. Others use inexpensive portable
radios placed next to an Android mobile phone, for acoustic
coupling. An example of this is provided by Paul, @G7KVE, who
tunes in from various locations in Europe ...

Shortwave Radiogram Schedule
(Starts 25 June/UTC/kHz)
0600-0630 7730
2030-2100 11580
2330-2400 11580
radiogram@verizon.net

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Bonjour Daniel,

Ary du site Udxf vient d'envoyer ce message décrivant le nouveau programme. Il y aura toujours du numérique en moins en début de programme. En effet, quelques images seront envoyées en MFSK32 (ou plutôt dans le mode SSTV spécifique associé au mode MFSK32, bien que ce soit transparent).

73

Patrick

 

 

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VOA Radiogram, 24-25 June 2017 Broadcasts #digital
From: Ary Boender
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2017 09:12:59 PDT

VOA Radiograms are history. Long live the Shortwave Radiograms ! Below info about the new radio service. Most of the transmissions can be decoded with fldigi or Multipsk. Enjoy!



73, Ary





Hello friends,



The first Shortwave Radiogram has been uploaded to WRMI. Instead of the .wav file that I sent to the VOA North Carolina transmitter site, the file for WRMI is .mp3, 128 kbps. This should be more than adequate for good decoding, but if you experience problems that might be related to the audio format, please let me know.



Another challenge with the first Shortwave Radiogram is sending this email to the approximately one thousand listeners on the VOA Radiogram email list. The VOA Outlook-based email system had a limit of 400 emails, so I sent them in groups of 400, 400, remainder. The
radiogram@verizon.net is actually administered by AOL Mail, so we will learn how many recipients they tolerate. If this email comes to you from an address other than radiogram@verizon.net, please continue to use radiogram@verizon.net for emails to Shortwave Radiogram.

To keep things simple, the first VOA Radiogram will all be in MFSK32. It will include six images.



Here is the lineup for Shortwave Radiogram, program 1, 24-25 June 2017, all in MFSK32 centered on 1500 Hz:



1:20 Program preview

2:34 About Shortwave Radiogram*

7:10 Soviet-US "hotline" created in 1963*

13:45 More Earth-sized planets found*

19:12 Shortwave listening guide* and amateur radio Field Day*

24:54 Closing announcements



* With image



Please send reception reports to
radiogram@verizon.net



And visit swradiogram.net



Twitter: @SWRadiogram (especially active just before, during, and after broadcasts)






Shortwave Radiogram Transmission Schedule



All via WRMI Florida <
http://www.wrmi.net/>




Sunday

0600-0630 UTC

7730 kHz


Sunday

2030-2100 UTC

11580 kHz


Sunday

2330-2400 UTC

11580 kHz



The Mighty KBC transmits to Europe Saturdays at 1500-1530 UTC on 9400 kHz (via Bulgaria), with the minute of MFSK at about 1530 UTC (if you are outside of Europe, listen via websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/ ). And to North America Sundays at 0000-0200 UTC (Saturday 8-10 pm EDT) on 9925 kHz, via Germany. The minute of MFSK is at about 0130 UTC. Reports to Eric:
themightykbc@gmail.com . See also http://www.kbcradio.eu/ and https://www.facebook.com/TheMightyKbc/.



Italian Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) For the complete IBC transmission schedule visit
http://ibcradio.webs.com/ Five minutes of MFSK32 is at the end of the 30-minute English-language
Shortwave Panorama, per the schedule below:

WEDNESDAY 18.55 UTC 6070 KHZ TO EUROPE

19.55 UTC 1584 KHZ TO EUROPE

THURSDAY 02.55 UTC 1584 KHZ TO EUROPE

FRIDAY 01.25 UTC 9955 KHZ TO CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICA

SATURDAY 01.55 UTC 11580 KHZ TO NORTH AMERICA

20.25 UTC 1584 KHZ TO SOUTH EUROPE

SUNDAY 00.55 UTC 7730 KHZ TO NORTH AMERICA

10.55 UTC 6070 KHZ TO EUROPE



Thank you for your reports to the final VOA Radiogram. I hope to start answering those today.



I hope you can tune this weekend for the first Shortwave Radiogram.



Kim



Kim Andrew Elliott, KD9XB

Producer and Presenter

Shortwave Radiogram <
http://swradiogram.net/>

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