CMBA 2 Havana, or not
Plenty of Cuban TV DX this afternoon...
... Had a 2- (Vid-55.24, Aud-59.74) with Tele Rebelde and a Futbol match. When Futbol ended it IDed with several Sports promos then transitioned to an ESPN feed with a Swim Meet. OK, it's CMBA Havana, no problem, or is it?...
... Here's where it gets odd... I checked the audio/video carrier frequencies, again, and found they were now 2+ (Vid-55.26, Aud-59.76)... (?!)
Did CMBA make a mid-stream offset change?
Did some unknown low power 2+ Tele Rebelde transmitter take the place of CMBA when my back was turned?
(I have, in the past, noticed Cuban signals with a bit of echo / re-verb on them. This could indicate two transmitters, slightly out of time sync, running the same program)
Today, the signal seemed to remain solid during all of this... Weird.
I've got a nice Tele Rebelde ID picture I'll post, later, when my snail-speed dial-up is running a little faster. (It slows down during high-traffic times and picks up speed in the wee hours of the a.m.)
73, Ed NN2E
Owner / Operator - Murphy's Law Test Site & Thunderstorm Proving Grounds
Last edited by NN2E; 01-03-2016 at 03:46 AM.
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