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  • #16
    Humberto,

    Seeing Emisoras, and your location, please, by all means, get the Sony before they are all bought! You'll get those adjacents. Trust me....if I can hear Habana Radio 106.9 at 230 miles at least a few times daily, with a 100kW at 106.7....well, you know.

    So Honduras won't allow visitors???? Wao.

    cd

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    • #17
      Originally posted by cd637299 View Post
      Humberto,

      So Honduras won't allow visitors???? Wao.

      cd
      You can travel to Honduras but at your own risk, because are daily riots and some highways are closed... I think there is a US Travel advisory btw.

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      • #18
        Here's another unid from 7/25/09

        Humberto, is there anything in this clip indicating the program "El Camino de la Vida" is beginning? It's at 3pm central. Radio Esperanza El Salvador shows this program on at 12:30AM in their Saturday programming.

        http://www.radioesperanza.org.sv/sabado.html


        And another.. at 3:04pm I have Radio Globo Honduras on 91.9 FM and on 88.7 at the same time. I had both on the speakers and it was somewhat "stereo" The 91.9 fades but the 88.7 stays and gives an ID including some frequencies. Well they don't list the 91.9 before it fades. Nor the website
        http://www.radioglobohonduras.com/tecnologia.html

        in the lower left you have to zoom in on the map. I don't see 91.9 in it.

        Any idea who on 91.9 relays Radio Globo?

        And yet another unknown ID. Nothing that I can find matches what I hear which sounds like "Maravilla 95.3"

        and yet another unlisted ID..
        "La Mega 92.7" Honduras fades out and is replaced by this station with ads that sound like from Atlantico, Honduras and an ID that sounds like "92.7 FM La Picosa"
        There's a "La Tanda 92.7" in La Ceiba (update your Emisoras de FM book). Could this be what I have and not hearing it right?

        http://www.holaceibita.com/latanda.htm
        ******************solved********************* is TGBN Puerto Barrios, Guatemala "La Pegajosa" slogan change********


        One more update just for fun..
        We talked about the 102.9 in San Salvador that was in matched to the live stream with Chicago "You're The Inspiration" but wasn't sure I had an ID recorded. This ought to be enough
        http://102nueve.com/home/
        Not sure who is mixing in at the beginning of the clip. Hard to believe YSQE is only 1kw.
        Last edited by KW4RZ; 08-04-2009, 02:11 AM. Reason: add material
        Randy KW4RZ Goldfield, Nevada DM17

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        • #19
          Originally posted by KW4RZ View Post
          And another.. at 3:04pm I have Radio Globo Honduras on 91.9 FM and on 88.7 at the same time. I had both on the speakers and it was somewhat "stereo" The 91.9 fades but the 88.7 stays and gives an ID including some frequencies. Well they don't list the 91.9 before it fades. Nor the website
          http://www.radioglobohonduras.com/tecnologia.html

          in the lower left you have to zoom in on the map. I don't see 91.9 in it.
          Actually, go to the main page...
          http://www.radioglobohonduras.com/

          and click on the tab 'Cobertura' (which is coverage) and you can get a full screen image of the coverage map.
          Jim Thomas
          Springfield, MO EM37

          "Let's just plop them in front of the TV. I was raised in front of the TV and I turned out TV." - Homer Simpson


          Fall & Winter 2019 dx equipment
          Antennas - Antennacraft MXU59 UHF antenna & home-brew version of Antennacraft VHF Y-10-7-13 antenna @ 25'. Both antennas fed through a Channel Master 7777 30dB pre-amp.
          Tuners - Zenith DTT901 converter box; AirSpy HF+ sdr; Silicon Dust HD Homerun Dual ATSC tuner, using Rabbitears autologger support.

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          • #20
            Here are the transcriptions:


            89.7 - 1501: "Estrecha es la puerta y angosto el camino que lleva a la vida y pocos son los que la hallan, nosotros deseamos que tĂș encuentres ese camino, es por eso que te invitamos a que escuches el CAMINO DE LA VIDA".... (it's enough, doesn't?)


            95.3: around 0:06: "En Tu fin de semana, NOVA 95.3" (nova? not sure 100%)


            --------------
            88.7: around 00:42there is a "thanks to all stations of radio, TV and Cable" for joining the national chain (or network), so is a Honduran estation but not necesarily Radio globo. Something like a national message from the golpist goverment, transmited by all honduran stations at the same time !!

            Somethig to confuse any dxer indeed!!


            saludos
            Last edited by Humberto; 08-04-2009, 12:47 AM.

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            • #21
              Thank you Humberto. I just added some more updates above. You asked about San Salvador's 102.9. I did catch the ID. You can hear how strong and solid the signal was.
              Randy KW4RZ Goldfield, Nevada DM17

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              • #22
                Well I did some edit on 89.7 was 87.7 for a typo.

                92.7: is "La picosa" with an ad for a acuatic park in Zacapa, km 125 highway to Atalntic, this Guatemala Indeed!

                102.9: "102NUEVE there is an ID just before the begginign of the song of Chicago"..

                Nice catches... as usual

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                • #23
                  Solved the 92.7 1513. Not "Picosa" but is "Pegajosa".
                  After Humberto's translation directing to the north of Guatemala, suspected a slogan change for Puerto Barrios 92.7 and Googled "Radio Puerto Barrios" and there it was. You don't even have to listen to the live stream to get the ID. Just mouseover and "La Pegajosa!" echos from your speakers.

                  http://www.corporaciondelnorte.com/index-1.html
                  Randy KW4RZ Goldfield, Nevada DM17

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by KW4RZ View Post
                    Solved the 92.7 1513. Not "Picosa" but is "Pegajosa".
                    After Humberto's translation directing to the north of Guatemala, suspected a slogan change for Puerto Barrios 92.7 and Googled "Radio Puerto Barrios" and there it was. You don't even have to listen to the live stream to get the ID. Just mouseover and "La Pegajosa!" echos from your speakers.

                    http://www.corporaciondelnorte.com/index-1.html
                    Yes it's "La pegajosa, pegando fuerte", I didn't listen with the proper atention, even de addres on the ad is km 126.5 not 125. Excuseme..
                    Last edited by Humberto; 08-04-2009, 10:23 AM.

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