REVIEW: MIDXB #50, September 1996

All the frequencies are in kHz (otherwise noted). We begin this issue with the next part of Bob Parnass' "Introduction to Scanning" which this time is about Bearcat scanners. "Band news: SW" includes - changes in Russian language programs of Vatican Radio; - new transmitters of Radio Republic Indonesia; - REE (Spain) has new frequency for the broadcast in Russian; - Voice of Hope (Lebanon) has new frequency; - AWR Europe transmitter in Velke Kostolany (Slovakia) will be closed soon; and more useful information. "Schedules" in this issue presents schedules of low- frequency transmissions of All-India Radio and MW schedule of Radio Romania programs. "Band news: UHF" presents results of UHF monitoring of Prague and nearby stations, also List of TV channels of Omsk Radio and TV Centre. "Catches in the air" covers frequency range between 693 and 17880 on SW. "QSL-corner" informs about next results in QSLing of our readers. Also in this heading a couple of useful addresses of Ireland broadcaster and Moscow UTE-station, our readers give several advises how to receive QSLs from Russian stations and some more interesting information. Next in this issue - short item devoted to 70th anniversary of Radio in Kuban'. Then QSL-contest conditions of AWR which is held in connection with 25th year of broadcasting from Adventist World Radio. ABC of CW is the topic of our heading "UTE- broadcasting" In "Technique of reception" we present full description of former military Russian receiver "P-154-2M". Our "Day by day" heading presents program guide of European section of Radio Cairo. "Your letters" devotes this time to discussion in connection with written address of Krenkel's Radio Club of Russia which was published in MIDXB No.48 . We welcome information, comments and suggestions on our bulletin. We would like to establish contacts with DX clubs; DX, Radio and Media magazines around the world. If you would like to make contacts with us, please, write to the following address: Russia, 125581 Moscow A-581, P.O.Box 65, Vadim Alexeew. Via Internet: This review can be sent you on a free basis via Internet or Mail on your request. Our Russian language publications (including MIDXB and our reference book "Broadcasts from abroad in the Russian language") can be sent to clubs and other organizations on exchange basis regularly free of charge.