Unidentified communications, 29350 kHz, FM mode
MP3 file, size 975 kB. From Alexey Stepanov, Irkutsk, Russia. Recorded 8 Nov 2015.
Unidentified communications, 5050 kHz, USB mode
WMA file, size 369 kB. From Alexey Stepanov, Irkutsk, Russia. Recorded 6 Jan 2015. There is also a longer recording, WMA file, size 1.23 MB.
Editor's note: Are these just numbers in Mongolian language, each repeated twice?
Unidentified station, 600-615 kHz or so
WAV file, size 643 kB. From A.G. Kabak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Recorded in Feb 2013. The language sounds Turkic for me, so maybe that was a broadcast in Kumyk or Nogai from Makhachkala, Dagestan (621 kHz).
Unidentified station in Romani language, 92.7 MHz
Large MP3 file, size 7.55 MB. From Konstantin Tavolzhanskiy, Alchevsk, Ukraine. Recorded in 2007. Most likely it's a minority program of Swedish Radio, according to the propagation pattern that day.
Unidentified station from the Middle East, 100.9 MHz
MP3 file, size 0.98 MB. From Konstantin Tavolzhanskiy, Alchevsk, Ukraine. Recorded in July 2007. There was an annoucement that sounded like "Rotana", however it's known that Jordanian station Radio Rotana does not use this frequency.
Unidentified station in a Persian-like language, 88.3 MHz
MP3 file, size 2.94 MB. From Konstantin Tavolzhanskiy, Alchevsk, Ukraine. Recorded 1 Aug 2009. The word "Dushanbe" in the song might be a clue, however I don't think that frequencies below 100 MHz are allowed to use for the purpose of FM broadcasting in Tajikistan.
Unknown station from Russia, on approximately 73.50 MHz
WAV file, size 194 kB. From Jim Solatie, Espoo, Finland. Recorded in July 2003, one of Sundays, at 1056. Radio Rossii news started at 1100. But the language in recorded clip is not Russian, and nobody could identify it yet.
Editor's note: Aidar from Kazan told me that Khasavyurt city name was heard on the 17th second. So likely station is somewhere in Dagestan.
Unknown Arabic station, 67.9 MHz
RM file, size 345 kB. From Igor Danilevych, Zbarazh, Ukraine. Recorded 23 June 2005 at 0849. Frequency precision is +/- 0.2 MHz. Most likely, it is not a radio station but sound track of a TV channel.
Unknown station, 4875 kHz — and the same station several minutes later
MP3 files, size 452 and 235 kB. From Vladimir Kovalenko, Tomsk, Russia. Recorded 23 June 2005 at 1724 and 1733.
Unknown Russian (?) station, 66.97 MHz
RM file, size 318 kB. From Igor Danilevych, Zbarazh, Ukraine. Recorded 12 Aug 2005 at 0640. Frequency is approximate.
Editor's note: Sounds like Dagestan Republic. Schedule of Dagestan Radio, published in Signal in June, suggests Rutul or Tat languages at this time of the day.
Unknown Chinese station, 1404 kHz
MP3 file, size 80 kB. My own recording, made during the DX pedition to Kadyshevo. Recorded 16 Oct 2005 at 1344.
Unknown station, 1476 kHz
MP3 file, size 125 kB. My own recording, made during the DX pedition to Kadyshevo. Recorded 16 Oct 2005 at 1347. Song, faded out very soon. Thailand???. And there was another station, with talk in presumed Chinese.
Unidentified station, 1179 kHz
WAV file, size 293 kB. My own recording, made during the DX pedition to Kadyshevo. Recorded 5 Nov 2007 at 1217. In Chinese; are there some mentions of Hubei???
Unidentified Chinese station, 1386 kHz — and again several minutes later
WAV files, size 429 and 279 kB. My own recordings, made during the DX pedition to Kadyshevo. Recorded 5 Nov 2007 at 1129 and 1135.
Unidentified station, 6165 kHz
WAV file, size 201 kB. My own recording, made during the DX pedition to Kadyshevo. Recorded 5 Nov 2007 at 1047. Songs and announcements in some East Asian language (might be a dialect of Chinese).
Unidentified station, 6185 kHz
WAV file, size 298 kB. My own recording, made during the DX pedition to Kadyshevo. Recorded 5 Nov 2007 at 1034. It might be Radio Thailand in Thai; background music might belong to China Huayi BS.
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