Thursday, May 05, 2016

Marconi Radio International to start regular weekly transmission

As from Wednesday, 4th May 2016 Marconi Radio International (MRI) will start a regular service according to the following schedule:

On Wednesdays, from 1800 to 1900 UTC, from 2000 to 2100 UTC, and from 2200 to 2300 UTC on 7690 kHz USB mode (alternative frequencies: 7700 and 7790 kHz).

The power is in the region of 100 watts. They have standardized transmissions & there are now only broadcasts 60 minutes long. The first half hour is always a DX programme in English (Italian Shortwave Panorama) followed by mailbag (or DX) show in Italian or non-stop music interspersed with announcements in English, Italian, German, Spanish and Catalan.

MRI encourages reception reports from listeners. Audio clips (mp3-file) of broadcasts are welcome !
MRI QSL's 100%. Reception report to be sent to : - Please don't forget to include your postal address as some lucky listeners will also receive a printed QSL card.

(Marconi Radio International)

Monday, May 02, 2016

All India Radio adapts its strategy in new broadcasting landscape

During a session on Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) at RadioAsia,  Fayyaz Sheheryar the Director General of All India Radio said all PSB broadcasters are facing the question of how to make revenue within the public service model.

Full interview at :

Friday, April 29, 2016

LimeSDR: Flexible, Next-generation, Open Source Software Defined Radio

Features and specifications

RF Transceiver: Lime Microsystems LMS7002M MIMO FPRF (Datasheet)
FPGA: Altera Cyclone IV EP4CE40F23 - also compatible with EP4CE30F23
Memory: 256 MBytes DDR2 SDRAM
USB 3.0 controller: Cypress USB 3.0 CYUSB3014-BZXC
Oscillator: Rakon RPT7050A @30.72MHz (Datasheet)
Continuous frequency range: 100 kHz – 3.8 GHz
Bandwidth: 61.44 MHz
RF connection: 10 U.FL connectors (6 RX, 4 TX)
Power Output (CW): up to 10 dBm
Multiplexing: 2x2 MIMO
Power: micro USB connector or optional external power supply
Status indicators: programmable LEDs
Dimensions: 100 mm x 60 mm

More info at :

Airspy Mini announced !

We are delighted to announce the long awaited Airspy Mini, the SDR Dongle built on top of the proven Airspy R2 infrastructure with an affordable price. Check this beauty!

Technical specifications:

Continuous 24 – 1800 MHz native RX range, down to DC with the SpyVerter option
3.5 dB NF between 42 and 1002 MHz
Tracking RF filters
35dBm IIP3 RF front end
12bit ADC (80dB Dynamic Range, 64dB SNR, 10.4 ENOB)
10, 6 and 3 MSPS IQ output - Optimized for portable and tablets
Up to 6 MHz panoramic spectrum view
0.5 ppm high precision, low phase noise clock
4.5v software switchable Bias-Tee 100% Compatible with SpyVerter and High Performance LNA
IQ or Real, 16bit fixed or 32bit float output streams
No IQ imbalance, DC offset or 1/F noise at the center of the spectrum that plagues all the other SDRs
No drivers required! 100% Plug-and-play on Windows Vista, Seven, 8, 8.1 and 10, all Linux Flavors, Mac and Android
Best software support of all existing SDRs
Compatible with Raspberry Pi, Odroid, Pine64 and UP boards
Operating temperature: -10°C to 40°C

We started a pre-order for the Early Birds in a limited quantity at $99 each.

Order here :

(Youssef via airspy list)

Thursday, April 28, 2016

SDRplay announces the acquisition of Studio1 SDR software

28/April/2016,Wakefield,UK : SDRplay Limited has today announced that it has reached an agreement with Sandro Sfregola, (formerly CEO of SDR Applications S.a.s.) to acquire all Rights, Title and Interest in Studio1 a leading software package for Software Defined Radio applications.
Jon Hudson, SDRplay Marketing Director said: "We are delighted to have reached this agreement with Sandro to acquire Studio1. Studio1 is the perfect complement to our SDR hardware products and gives us the ideal platform to deliver a complete class leading SDR solution for our customers. We look forward to working with Sandro and further developing Studio1 to unlock the full capability of our current and future products".
Hudson added: "Studio1 has established a strong customer base with users of many other SDR hardware products. Studio1 will continue to be available as a stand-alone product from WoodBoxRadio for the foreseeable future , but we also look forward to further developing Studio1 to specifically benefit present and future owners of our products"
Sandro Sfregola added: "I am very pleased to have reached this agreement with SDRplay. The long term future for SDR lies in complete end to end solutions and I feel the SDRplay RSP combined with Studio1 software gives users an outstanding combination of performance and affordability".
About Studio1:
Studio1 was developed in Italy by SDR Applications S.a.s. and has hundreds of happy customers around the world. Studio1 is known for its user friendly stylish GUI, CPU efficiency and advanced DSP capabilities, including features not available on other SDR software packages.
About SDRplay:
SDRplay limited is a UK company and consists of a small group of engineers with strong connections to the UK Wireless semiconductor industry. SDRplay announced its first product, the RSP1 in August 2014
(Press Release)

Tuesday, April 26, 2016


CNR A16 Schedule effective 27th March, 2016

Eye Radio launches nationwide shortwave broadcasts

Eye Media, the parent organization of Eye Radio, has announced that it has launched a new shortwave broadcast service to complement its existing FM broadcasts in South Sudan.

The broadcasts starting today will bring listeners news and information in Arabic, as well as Dinka, Nuer, Shilluk, Bari, Zande and Lutoho.

According to a press release today from Eye Media, "the Eye Radio Shortwave will cover the whole of South Sudan including remote areas in which communities are not able to access FM radio staions."

Eye Radio is one of the fastest expanding media houses in South Sudan after launching FM repeaters in several state capitals last year, expanding the station's reach beyond Juba where it is based.

Full story at :

Eye Radio plans to start on shortwave wef 26th April, 2016 :

0400-0500 UTC 11730 kHz
1600-1700 UTC 17730 kHz

Related :
Eye Media launches shortwave broadcast

US Coast Guard solicits bid for DRM equipment

USCG Research and Development Center, New London, CT , USA solicits bids for DRM equipment :

(Alokesh Gupta)

Monday, April 25, 2016

AIR VBS on 9870 kHz back on air

Vividh Bharati service of All India Radio on 9870 kHz is back on air after being off the air for almost a month.

DRM Recommends DRM30 for FCC’s AM Revitalization

Digital Radio Mondiale has submitted comments to the FCC in regards to the AM Revitalization (MM Docket No. ET 13-249). While the organization says that it is supportive of changes to rules for AM broadcasters, in its comments it also submits a proposal for the FCC to consider its DRM30 standard mode for replacing analog sound broadcasting in frequency bands below 30 MHz.

More at :

Sunday, April 24, 2016


A16 / Summer 2016 schedule for IRRS-Shortwave

Effective 16 March, 2016-30 October 2016

IRRS-Shortwave (Milano, Italy)

Freq.(kHz) Time UTC Time CET Days         ITU Zones               Power        Antenna Language
7290   1800-1900  2000-2100  Fri,Sat,Sun 18-20,27-30,37-39 150 kW   Europe, MidEast, Africa English (1)
9510   0800-0900  1000-1100  Sat             18-20,27-30,37-40 150 kW   Europe, MidEast, N Africa English (1)
9510   0930-1100  1130-1400  Sun            18-20,27-30,37-40  150 kW  Europe, MidEast, N Africa English (1)
15190 1500-1530  1600-1630  Sun            38-45,48-51,54-60  150 kW  MidEast, Asia, Australia English (2)
15515 1500-1530  1600-1630  Sat             38-41,47-48,52-53  150 kW  East Africa  Var (3)

(1) To Europe, Middle East and N Africa
(2) to Middle East, Asia and Pacific (also heard in N America & Europe)
(3) to Africa in local languages

See program schedule for language and program details
Information on any additional test transmission will be available on our Web site

CET: Central European Time (winter) or local time in Central Europe (UTC+1)
UTC: Universal Time Coordinated equivalent to GMT

Last update on March 15, 2016

in parallel with Internet Radio NEXUS (IRN) (24 hrs)
see also: European Gospel Radio
For more information:
PO BOX 10980, I-20110 Milano, Italy.
ph: +39 02 2666971

SDR# rev 1444 is out

SDR# rev 1444 is out , many enhancements and fixes.
Download at :

License Programme for DRM’s Audio Codec MPEG xHE-AAC Announced

San Francisco, April 18, 2016—Via Licensing Corporation announced today that a patent pool license for Extended High Efficiency AAC (xHE-AAC) is in the final stage of development.
xHE-AAC is the most recent update to the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) family of technologies standardized by ISO MPEG. xHE-AAC combines an optimized speech coder with a high-performance general audio coder resulting in a single audio coding system capable of achieving exceptional results at low bit rates with any type of audio content, whether speech, music, or ambient sounds.
xHE-AAC is ideally suited for radio broadcast, which combines a variety of content from talk radio to voice over music or sound-effects to purely musical program content. For this reason, xHE-AAC has been selected as the audio coding format for Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM), a digital radio system designed to work over existing analog radio broadcast infrastructure, including shortwave. Apart from radio broadcast, xHE-AAC is well suited for radio streaming services, especially over congested networks. Due to its coding efficiency and scalability, with stereo bit rates as low as 12 kilobits per second xHE-AAC enables streaming services over 2G networks such as those found in emerging markets, and it can save bandwidth costs for service providers and consumers even on 3G and 4G LTE networks.
A number of xHE-AAC essential patent owners have been working to establish the patent pool with Via Licensing, including Dolby Laboratories, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Fraunhofer IIS, Koninklijke Philips N.V., Orange S.A., Sony Corporation, and VoiceAge Corporation. 
Royalties for the xHE-AAC license are expected to be as follows:
Volume  (per unit/annual reset)        Per-Unit Fee*
For the first 1 to 500,000 units           $1.08
For 500,001 to 1,000,000 units          $0.88
For 1,000,001 to 2,000,000 units       $0.78
For 2,000,001 to 5,000,000 units       $0.70
For 5,000,001 to 10,000,000 units     $0.67
For 10,000,001 to 20,000,000 units   $0.47
For 20,000,001 to 50,000,000 units   $0.45
For 50,000,001 to 75,000,000 units   $0.40
For 75,000,001 and more units          $0.35
* Preliminary; subject to change, pending availability of the license
The xHE-AAC program is designed to make it easy for current and future AAC pool licensees to add a license grant for xHE-AAC to an existing AAC license agreement. Similarly, reporting a mix of both AAC and xHE-AAC products is streamlined for AAC licensees. The license fees presented above are inclusive of the underlying AAC patents. In other words, xHE-AAC licensees will not be paying twice for the patents that are granted under the AAC Patent License Agreement.
"We are very pleased that the xHE-AAC patent pool is nearing launch," said Joseph Siino, President of Via. "Via and its licensors have supported the Digital Radio Mondiale initiative for many years. As the format evolves, just as the AAC codec family itself evolves, it is important for us to aid commercialization of the technology by simplifying access to the essential patent rights for manufacturers and developers worldwide."
The xHE-AAC patent pool is expected to launch in the second quarter of 2016.
About Via Licensing Corporation
Via Licensing Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dolby Laboratories, Inc., a company with more than 50 years of experience in innovation and technology licensing. Via is dedicated to the development and administration of licensing programs for mandated, de facto, and emerging standards on behalf of innovative technology companies in the audio, broadcast, wireless, and automotive markets. For more information about Via, please visit

(Press Release)


Effective March 27, 2016

Cambodian 11990nnn, 9765nnn, 684dof
Cantonese 17490bei, 11820xia
Chinese 13655xia, 13580bei, 12035xia, 11975kun, 11900bei, 11780jin, 9435kun
English 15125bei, 13750bei, 11885xia, 11790xia, 9570cer, 7425kas, 7350kas, 6180kas, 6075kas, 6020cer
Hakka 15100bei, 9610kun, 9550kun, 9460kun
Mongolian 11875bei, 9470xia
Portuguese 9710kas, 9560bei
Russian 9445huh, 7405huh, 1521
Spanish 15120hab, 5990hab
Vietnamese 13770xia, 11770bei, 603dof

Amoy 174950ei, 15425xia, 15100bei, 11980kun, 11945kun, 9610kun, 9550kun, 9460kun
Chinese 15140xia, 13580bei, 11770nnn, 11650uru, 9655nnn, 9560kas
English 15785xia, 15125bei, 11770kas, 9675kas, 9580hab, 9570cer, 9535kas, 9470kas, 6180kas, 6020cer
Russian 13600xia, 5905kas, 1521
Urdu 9695kas, 7240kas

Chinese 15160jin, 13655xia
Spanish 9710kas, 9590kas

Nepalese 13780kun, 11860kun

Pashto 15435xia, 11870kas, 9765kas

Amoy 17490bei, 15425xia
Bengali 11640kun, 9655kun
Chinese 15140bei, 9825kas, 9815kas, 9690E, 9580hab,9570cer, 6020cer
English 13640kas, 11770kas
Hakka 17495bei, 15425xia
Russian 17640xia, 5905kas
Spanish 9710kas, 9595kas
Tamil 17505kun, 15260kas, 13600kas
Urdu 11650kas, 9450kas

Nepalese 13780kun, 11730kun

Chinese 17540bei, 15230xia, 15160jin, 15130bei, 9570cer, 9450kas, 6020cer
English 15785xia, 15120bei, 15110kas, 13590bei, 11770kas, 9790hab, 738msk
Hindi 15350kas, 15210kas, 13720kas, 11640kas
Russian 17710jin, 17640xia, 15435uru, 5905kas
Tamil 13730kas, 13600kun

Cantonese 15230xia, 15160jin, 9790hab
Chinese 15130bei, 15110kas, 13640kas
English 17855bei, 17730xia, 15785xia, 15120bei, 13590bei
Hakka 17710bei, 17540kas, 17510xia, 15350kas
Russian 17640xia, 15665kas, 15445kas, 5905kas
Vietnamese 17740xia, 11650kun, 684dof, 603dof

Cantonese 15230xia, 15160jin
Chinese 15785xia, 15130bei, 15120bei, 15110kas
English 17855bei, 17730xia, 17540kas, 17510kas, 15465kas,15350kas, 11895kas, 11710cer
Russian 15665kas, 15445kas
Vietnamese 17740xia, 11650kun, 684dof, 603dof

Arabic 17485kas, 11775cer, 9590cer, 9515cer
German 17615uru, 17720kas

Chinese 17740xia, 17650kas, 17615kun, 15785xia, 15230xia, 15160jin, 15120bei, 11710nnn
English 17710bei, 17695xxx, 17540kas, 17510kas, 15465kas, 15350kas, 15145kas, 13645xia, 11895kas, 11870kas, 11710cer
Italian 17520kas

French 17865kas
Spanish 17680kas

Cantonese 17875kun, 15230xia, 11640jin
Chaozhou 17750xia, 15145xia
Chinese 17840xia, 17740xia, 17650kas, 17615kun, 17520kas,
11875nnn, 11710nnn
English 17710bei, 13660xia

Chinese 11855cer
English 17670kas, 17540kas, 17490kas, 15465kas, 15350kas,
13710cer, 11895kas

Chinese 17650kas, 17560xia, 15560xia, 15230xia, 11640jin, 9880bei
English 11620xia
Hausa 7295bko

Russian 15665uru, 15335kas

Indonesian 17735kun, 17705kun, 15135kun

Chinese 17850kun, 17670kun, 17560xia, 15560xia, 13570xia,11895nnn, 9880bei, 7430jin
English 17750kas, 17650kas, 17650kun, 17570uru, 17490kas,15350kas, 13790jin, 11620xia
Romanian 9460cer, 7285cer

Chinese 17840kas, 17530xia, 15525uru, 15250kun, 13850bei,
11980kun, 9460nnn

Malay 17680kun, 15135kun

Cantonese 17670kun, 15440kun
Chinese 17650kas, 17540bei, 9890xia, 9880bei
English 17750kas, 17490kas, 15350kas, 15210kun, 13790jin,
13720xia, 13590bei, 13570xia, 11635bei, 11610xia, 9865xxx
Hungarian 17570kas, 15220kas
Russian 11935szg, 9725huh, 7390huh, 1323uru, 1116, 963huh

Japanese 11620xia, 7325jin, 1044fr1100 Changzhou Henglin

Cambodian 15160nnn, 9490kun, 684dof
Indonesian 17605kun, 15135kun

Bulgarian 7220cer
Burmese 9880kun, 1188
Cantonese 13580kun, 9645bei, 9590kun, 9540bei, 7370nnn, 603dof
Chaozhou 11875kun, 9440kun
Chinese 17650kas, 15440kun, 13755kas, 13610kas, 11750bei, 7435bei
Czech 17570kas, 15225kas
English 13720xia, 13590bei, 11795kas, 1269yun
Esperanto 15110uru, 11635uru, 9455xxx
Mongolian 11610xia, 7390huh
Russian 11935szg, 9890bei, 9725huh, 1521uru, 1323lha, 1116, 963huh
Vietnamese 17530xia, 11720bji, 9550bei, 1296yun

English 17490kas, 15660kas, 13665cer, 11660kas, 11650uru, 5955bei

Korean 13620xia, 1323cah, 1017 Changzhou Henglin

Filipino 12070xia, 11955kun, 7410jin, 5910bei, 1341 Huadu Guangdong

Thai 9785kun, 7360kun

Filipino 17510xia, 11955kun

Amoy 11910bei
Cantonese 13590hab
Cambodian 11680nnn, 9440kun
Chinese 17650kas, 15110uru, 13755kas, 13610kas, 7435bei
English 17630uru, 15660kas, 11980kun, 11760kun, 11690xia,9760kun, 9730kun, 9645bei, 9600kun, 9460kas,
1341 Huadu Guangdong, 1269yun, 1188, 684dof
Mongolian 5990huh, 5915huh, 100.9ula, 103.7Darkhan
Russian 17575szg, 13600xia, 13575uru, 11935szg, 7400kas,
6100bei, 1521uru, 1323lha, 963huh
Serbian 7345cer
Vietnamese 11720bji, 11640xia, 9550bei, 1296yun

Chinese 13810kas, 11790kas - news radio
Chinese 9855bei, 9540kun, 7440nnn
French 17560kas

Laotian 9785kun, 7360kun
Malay 15600kun, 11955kun

Bengali 11610kun, 9600bji, 9490kun
Burmese 11780kun, 9880kun, 1188
Chinese 13855kas, 13650uru, 7435bei, 7215xia
English 17630uru, 13755kas, 13670kas, 13590hab, 11980xia,
11900kun, 11760kun, 11660kas, 9870xia, 9765bei,
9730bei, 5955bei, 1341 Huadu Guangdong, 684dof
Esperanto 11650bej, 9440nnn
French 17880bko, 17650kas, 13685bko
Hindi 11675uru, 9450kas, 1422kas
Japanese 7410jin, 7325xia, 1044
Mongolian 7285bei, 6100bei, 100.9ula, 103.7Darkhan
Russian 13600xia, 9675szg, 7400kas, 5990huh, 5915huh,
1521uru, 1323lha, 963huh
Vietnamese 9685xia, 9550bei, 1296yun, 603dof

Indonesian 11955kun, 9535kun
Thai 9785kun, 7360kun, 1080

Amoy 11650kun, 9655kun
Bengali 11610kun, 9490kun, 1269yun
Burmese 11780uru
Cambodian 9880nnn, 6055kun, 684dof
Chinese 15410kas, 11785kas, 11610uru, 9730kas, 7435bei,7410bei, 7235kas, 6040xia
English 17630bko, 17630uru, 15700hab, 13710kas, 13685bko,
11765uru, 11675uru, 11665uru, 9870xia, 9765xia, 5955bei,1422kas
Japanese 7410jin, 7395xia, 1044
Korean 5965xia, 1017
Mongolian 5990huh, 5915huh
Nepalese 7435kun, 7250xia, 1269yun
Russian 9675szg, 7330xia, 5905kas, 1521uru, 1323lha
Sinhalese 11900jin, 7265kas 1188
Tamil 13600kas, 11685kas
Urdu 11660kun, 9435kas, 1422kas
Vietnamese 12010bji, 9550bei, 684dof, 603dof

French 13670cer, 11920cer

Burmese 11780kun
Filipino 11640bei, 7325bei, 1341

Laotian 9785kun, 7360kun, 1080

Pashto 11665kun, 9665kas
Persian 9600kas, 9570uru

Bengali 9610kun, 9490kun
Chinese 13755kas, 13680kas, 9560kas, 9455kun, 7435bei,7235kas, 5910bei
English 17630bko, 15700hab, 15245kas, 13685bko, 13640kas,11610kas, 9880nnn, 9870xia, 9720uru, 9675jin, 7395uru, 7325bei,5955bei, 1323lha, 1188
Hindi 7265kas, 7225uru
Japanese 9585xia, 7410jin, 1044
Nepalese 7435kun, 7250xia
Russian 13860szg, 11790uru, 9880xia, 5990huh, 5965bei,5915huh, 5905kas, 1521uru, 1323cah, 963hua
Tamil 11685kas, 9690kas
Turkish 9565cer, 7345cer
Urdu 9435kas, 7285kun, 1422kas
Vietnamese 9550bei, 684dof, 603dof

Pashto 11880kun, 9665kas, 9570uru

Arabic 17880bko, 15125bko
English 15250kas, 13760kas, 11965kas, 11940kas, 11900jin,9880nnn, 9570bei, 7235kas, 6175nnn, 6060kun,1323lha, 1080
Hakka 11880xia, 9770uru
Hindi 7395uru, 7235kas, 5915kas, 1422kas, 1269yun, 1188
Russian 13680szg, 13580uru, 11875uru, 5905kas, 1521uru
Swahili 7245xia, 5985bei
Turkish 7325kun, 6165uru
Vietnamese 9550bei, 7315kun, 684dof, 603dof

Arabic 13790kas, 11725cer, 9555cer
French 15680kas
German 7380cer, 5970cer

Hausa 13785kas, 9685kun

Croatian 11825bei, 9435kas
Cantonese 9770xia, 9435uru
English 13760kas, 13570xia, 12015bei, 11900jin, 9880nnn,
9570bei, 7420kas, 7410kas, 7265kun, 7235bei, 6175nnn,
6165bei, 6140kas, 6060kun, 1323htb, 1080xua
Esperanto 13570bei, 11650xia
Russian 13640uru, 11875uru, 9470bji, 7410szg, 1521uru
Swahili 15125bko, 13645bko, 11680xia, 5985bei

Chinese 11660szg, 9695kun, 9685uru, 7315kun, 7275uru
Hausa 13645bko(1800-), 11640bko(1800-), 9685kun, 9450kas

Persian 9670bei, 7415xia

Chaozhou 13700uru, 11895xia
English 13760kas, 9600bei
Italian 7435jin, 7340kas
Russian 9765szg, 9560bji, 7210uru, 1521uru

French 11695cer, 9455cer, 6055cer, 5970cer
German 11775kas, 11650uru, 7395kas

Bulgarian 9695kun, 9695jin, 7265uru, 6020szg
Persian 9670bei, 7415xia

Arabic 13685bko, 11640bko

French 9645kun, 7350uru

Czech 9515bei, 7415uru
Hungarian 9560uru, 7435xia
Romanian 6090uru

Albanian 7385kas, 6020szg
Cantonese 11895kas, 7215bei
English 9440kun, 7295kas
Portuguese 13630bko/11640bko fr 1930, 11750jin, 9765bei,
9730kas, 9535bji, 7405xia, 5985bei
Russian 9525bei, 7245bji, 6110xia, 1521
Turkish 9655kun, 7255kun

Czech 7415uru
Romanian 7435xia, 6090uru

Esperanto 9745uru, 7265uru

Serbian 9585kas, 7390xia, 7325uru

Chinese 9865kun, 7440bei, 7405xia, 7335szg, 7245kas
English 13630bko, 11640bko, 9600kas, 9440kun, 7415kas,
7295kas, 7285cer, 5985bei
Polish 7305uru, 6020szg
Russian 9525bei, 7245bji

Arabic 7235cer, 6185cer, 6100xia
English 7285cer, 5960cer

Bulgarian 11940kun, 9720uru
Hungarian 9585kas, 7390jin

Italian 7345kas, 7265uru

French 11660kas, 9430uru

English 13630bko, 11640bko
Serbian 7445kun, 7325xia

Croatian 7225bei, 6135bei
English 9600kas, 7415kas, 7325bei, 7205xia
Serbian 6135bei

Korean 7290xia, 1323, 1017
Spanish 9640kas, 7335szg

Hungarian 7445uru

French 13630bko, 11975bko

Chinese 9675bei, 7430jin, 7395uru, 7325kun, 7265kun,7215kun, 6140kun, 6100kun, 5975bei
English 9590bei
Esperanto 9860kas, 7300kas
Japanese 13640jin, 9535xia
Portuguese 9685kas, 9410kas, 7260uru, 6175cer
Spanish 9490bei

Spanish 7250uru, 7210cer

Chinese 15505bko, 11975bko

Cambodian 11990nnn, 9765nnn, 684dof
Cantonese 15100bei, 11945kun, 9460kun, 7325kun, 6140kun
Chinese 11975bko, 11900bei, 9865uru, 7295bko
English 11955kun, 11790xia, 11690bei, 7350kas, 6180kas,5990hab, 5915kas
Japanese 13640jin, 11680xia
Mongolian 12085xia, 9470xia
Portuguese 13650hab, 9560bei
Russian 9445huh, 7405huh
Spanish 6175cer
Vietnamese 11620bei, 7220xia, 603dof

Spanish 9800kas, 9590kas

Sinhalese 9490kun, 7260kas

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