First time I have heard Rádio Globo on AM 1340 and according to all lists the only Globo station on 1340 is located in Passos, MG. The logging was made in early March 2013 during LEM330. It has to be noted, that I did not hear any local ID but being the only Globo here it must be this station.
My mp3 audio was confirmed by technicians oin Rio de Janeiro thanks to the CBN/Globo coordinator Juliana Paiva.
R Pachatusan has been logged here in Borgå, my home QTH both on May 9 and May 17 on it’s slight split frequency of approximately 1239.92. During cx towards Perú 1240 has also been offering both Radio Líder, Arequipa, the most dominant peruvian here, but with a bad modulation, and a little bit lower in frequency and R María, Chilca a little above Pachatusan. R Pachasutan has been logged on several occasions also earlier this spring both in Sweden, Norway and Finland.
The station is transmitting from Sicuani in the Vilcanota valley in the Province of Canchis, Departamento de Cuzco. The city is located a little over 100 km southeast of the city of Cuzco.
Thanks to the v/s help from Arnstein Bue (ABU) I received a friendly email from Jose Luis Quintasi Valer,
CBN Macapá, Amapá (AP) was heard on 670 late October 2011 during LEM 307 during very good Brazil/La Plata cx.
As probably known to LA freaks, and especially Brazil freaks,the frequency range 630-700 AM is, for some reason, very difficult for loggings from Brazil here in Scandinavia. Although this frequency range holds more than 100 stations very few have been logged here. The most common are R Bandeirantes, Porto Alegre, RS on 640 and R Farrouphilia, Porto Alegre, RS on 680. The situation has been improved now, however, when the Norwegian superpower on 675 has closed down making both 670 and 680 more clean for catches.
My report of CBN Macapá was verified by the Globo/CBN coordinator in Rio de Janeiro. Muito obrigado Juliana!
Hunting for radio stations from México has been one of the major activities in Lemmenjoki. Usually stations from México are heard during better than average cx towards North America and heard together with US-stations. Typically, the MEX-stations fade in and out but the pretty frequent ID’s given make the identification of MEX-stations rather easy.
During LEM294 in October 2010 we had pretty good openings towards Mexico. At the same time surprisingly not very selective cx towards the US south-west.
XECV Ciudad Valles, San Luís Potosí “La Gran Compania” was a rare mexican to be identified in a mess consisting of WMT Cedar Rapids IA, KSJB Jamestown ND and CJWW Saskatoon SK. The mexican format was, however easy to follow.
XECV confirmed my reception some time ago. The frequency 600 is a rather rare MEX-frequency up here in Scandinavia.
R Globo Rondonia began it’s broadcasts in December 2012 and has been heard several times in Scandinavia since then. My own logging was made during the LEM330 pedition last February. A short email confirmed my reception.
1310 is an interesting frequency for DX towards Brazil since it holds almost 20 stations a major part of which has not yet been heard in our part of the world. Today the perhaps most common Brazilian station is R Cidade, Esperanca, PB.
CBN’s transmitter in Foz do Iguacu, Paraná on 1320 is heard every now and then but the dominating Brazilian stations on 1320 over the last yearshas been R Tropical, Curitiba PR and R Regional of Sobral, Ceará. Some days ago I received a confirmation of my report from February 2013. More than a dozen Brazilians still remain to be caught by Scandinavian DXers.
The city Foz de Iguazu is one of Brazil’s most-frequented tourist destinations. Most tourists are Brazilians and Argentines, but Canadians, Americans, British, Germans, Italians, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, Japanese and Chinese tourists are also numerous. The city has about 100 hotels and inns. The main attraction probably is the magnificent waterfalls Iguacazu Falls which is some three times bigger what comes to flow capacity than Niagara Fallas. Iguazu Falls is located at the border between Brazil (state of Paraná) and Argentina.