Hello friends,
While waiting for the Monday 0800 UTC broadcast of Shortwave Radiogram, I was 
surprised to hear a digital mode on 7730 kHz from WRMI Florida. I recognized it 
as MFSK16, at about 800 Hz. It was the Broad Spectrum Radio program on 
WRMI,scheduled for Monday at 0700-0800 UTC. It might be worth a listen this
Monday to see if the MFSK16 (or any other mode) is repeated.

My opinion of Thor 22 increased after last week’s Shortwave Radiogram. After 
the adjustments, click Save to save the image as a png file. The original.raw 
file, about 8 Mb, can then be deleted to save disk space.

YouTube videos of reception and decoding last Sunday, 21 January 2018, 
2030-2100 UTC, 7780kHz from WRMI Florida, are provided by Dmitry in Belarus
https://youtu.be/iJger1eJG2k and Scottin Ontario https://youtu.be/W3YY0UTdxYc.

This weekend we will experiment with five flavors of the Olivia mode. Olivia 
can be adjusted for bandwidth and number of tones, providing a large number of 
options. The wider the bandwidth, the faster the text printout. The larger the 
number of tones, the slower the text. This weekend all the Olivia modes will be 
2000 Hzwide, but we will decrease the number of tones: 64, 32, 16, 8, and 4. As 
the number of tones decreases, and speed will increase, but the performance
in typical shortwave conditions will deteriorate.

There are RSIDs for each of the Olivia modes we will transmit, so make sure 
your RxID is on. If the RSID does not work, you will need to change the mode 
manually.For Olivia 32- through 4, this will require a custom setting: Op Mode 
> Olivia>Custom> Set bandwidth to 2000 Hz and the number of tones as 
A30-second tuning signal will be provided after each RSID to provide time for a 
manual mode change, if it is needed. Another way to change modes would be 
Fldigi macros, using this syntax: <MODEM:OLIVIA:2000:32>(all caps).

Here is the lineup for ShortwaveRadiogram, program 32,27-28 January 2018, in 
MFSK32 except where noted:

1:32 Program preview
2:51 Crows craft hooked tools*
6:35 Glow keeps growing after neutron starscollide*
12:57 Olivia64-2000: Deep sea mining
15:28 Olivia32-2000: continued
18:44 Olivia16-2000: continued
21:27 Olivia8-2000: continued
24:04 Olivia4-2000: continued
26:46 MFSK32:Image* and closing announcements
* with image
Please sendreception reports to radiog...@verizon.net
And visithttp://swradiogram.net
Facebookgroup: https://www.facebook.com/groups/567099476753304

Shortwave Radiogram Program 32 (27-28 January 2018)
1600-1630 UTC 9400 kHz MFSK32,Olivia 64-2000, 32-2000, 16-2000, 8-2000, 4-2000 
Space Line, Bulgaria
2030-2100 UTC 7780 kHz WRMI Florida
2330-2400 UTC 7780 kHz WRMI Florida
0800-0830 UTC 7730 kHz 5850 kHz WRMI Florida

The Mighty KBC transmits to Europe Saturdays at 1500-1600 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 7-9 pm EST) on new 6150 kHz, via Germany. The minute 
of MFSK is at about 0130UTC. Reports to Eric: themighty...@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 ofMFSK32 is at the end of 
the 30-minute English-language “Shortwave Panorama,”per the schedule below:

2025-2030 UTC 5845 kHz Europe, Middle East, Asia
0125-0130 UTC 5950, 11580 kHz Americas
0225-0230 UTC 9955 kHz Americas
0255-0300 UTC 5985 kHz Americas 
0155-0200 UTC 5850, 5950, 9395, 9455 kHz Americas 
0055-0100 UTC 7730 kHz Americas
1155-1200 UTC 6070 kHz Europe

Thanks for your reception reports!

Kim via KKX

Kim Andrew Elliott, KD9XB
Producer and Presenter
Shortwave Radiogram
Reporting on international broadcasting at https://twitter.com/kaedotcom

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