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10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 18 2019

HCDX


I see no intermodulation formula of
610 or 305 kHz minus/plus kHz apart distance
in nearby 31 meterband,
nor SOH, VoA or RFA CNR1 jammer object
by China mainland jamming security forces
on 8920, 9225, 9835 kHz channels.

Receiver overload
would be surprising in Brazil for these transmitters.

why not,
dark propagation path at 13 UT across Pacific to/from China,


origin of 500 kW powerhouse from Xian bcast center site ?
when you use 57 meters antenna length ?
tremendous load into Yaesu FRG 8800 rx unit ...
73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mauno Ritola" <mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "Hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 4:00 PM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC

Yes, I meant to say transmitter mixing product, but didn't find a
suitable combination among Baoji-Sifai frequencies. Receiver overload
would be surprising in Brazil for these transmitters.

73, Mauno

Jari Savolainen kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 16:57:
If not on purpose transmitting on 10140, this could be a
transmitter site mixing product of two transmitters
in the 31 meterband.

73, Jari

On 18.2.2019 14.43, Mauno Ritola wrote:


Not this one, I listened to it via Hong Kong remote receiver.

Mauno

Wolfgang Bueschel kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 14:02:
Re Spurious or rather overloading his receiver gear ?

Daniel told the DX world a lot of spurious images in past weeks
in rage 10000 to 11000 kHz,
and told to IARU bandwatch etc. too

so my rather guess
his receiver configuration
of older Yaesu FRG 8800 receiver set,
and much extreme antenna gear length

trend to O V E R L O A D his equipment in use.

With easy access to various SDR server nets like Perseus, KiwiSDR and
SDRconsole, Twente etc. worldwide,
I could never REALIZE his such reception signal examples.

Decades ago the DXer world publized often similar IMAGES phantasies
of cheap receivers with lousy signal selection of the
IF x 2 = 900 / 910 kHz away of real fundamental basic frequency origin.
73 wb df5sx
wwdxc

----- Original Message ----- From: "Mauno Ritola"
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC


Hi Daniel,> as we agreed with Zach Liangas, the language sounded best
Tibetan and now I find it // CNR11 Tibetan 9530 kHz, so could be a
spurious mixing product from Xi'an site.
73, Mauno

Daniel Wyllyans PT9008SWL kirjoitti 17.2.2019 klo 13:35:


10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC Possible ID? 09:00 UTC?
17 February 2019

https://youtu.be/3QjM-jXwDjU

RX: Yaesu FRG 8800 Antena: DS SWL DL 42 Meters Dipolo Assimetric +
Balun + 15 Meters Coaxial Daniel Wyllyans Nova Xavantina MT Brasil


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10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 18 2019

HCDX


Well, how about this combination;
CNR11 on 9480
CNR2 on 9810
9810-9480=330
9810+330=10140

this assuming both frequencies are on at that time and
are from the same site.
There may be then something (CNR2 or CNR11) also on 9150.

Â73, Jari

On 18.2.2019 17.46, Wolfgang Bueschel wrote:


I see no intermodulation formula of
610 or 305 kHz minus/plus kHz apart distance
in nearby 31 meterband,
nor SOH, VoA or RFA CNR1 jammer object
by China mainland jamming security forces
on 8920, 9225, 9835 kHz channels.

Receiver overload would be surprising in Brazil for these transmitters.

why not, dark propagation path at 13 UT across Pacific to/from China,
origin of 500 kW powerhouse from Xian bcast center site ?
when you use 57 meters antenna length ?
tremendous load into Yaesu FRG 8800 rx unit ...
73 wb

----- Original Message ----- From: "Mauno Ritola"
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "Hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 4:00 PM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC

Yes, I meant to say transmitter mixing product, but didn't find a
suitable combination among Baoji-Sifai frequencies. Receiver overload
would be surprising in Brazil for these transmitters.

73, Mauno

Jari Savolainen kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 16:57:
If not on purpose transmitting on 10140, this could be a
transmitter site mixing product of two transmitters
in the 31 meterband.

73, Jari

On 18.2.2019 14.43, Mauno Ritola wrote:


Not this one, I listened to it via Hong Kong remote receiver.

Mauno

Wolfgang Bueschel kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 14:02:
Re Spurious or rather overloading his receiver gear ?

Daniel told the DX world a lot of spurious images in past weeks
in rage 10000 to 11000 kHz,
and told to IARU bandwatch etc. too

so my rather guess
his receiver configuration
of older Yaesu FRG 8800 receiver set,
and much extreme antenna gear length

trend toÂÂ O V E R L O A DÂ his equipment in use.

With easy access to various SDR server nets like Perseus, KiwiSDR and
SDRconsole, Twente etc. worldwide,
I could never REALIZE his such reception signal examples.

Decades ago the DXer world publized often similar IMAGES phantasies
of cheap receivers with lousy signal selection of the
IF x 2 = 900 / 910 kHz away of real fundamental basic frequency origin.
73 wb df5sx
wwdxc

----- Original Message ----- From: "Mauno Ritola"
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC


Hi Daniel,> as we agreed with Zach Liangas, the language sounded best
Tibetan and now I find it // CNR11 Tibetan 9530 kHz, so could be a
spurious mixing product from Xi'an site.
73, Mauno

Daniel Wyllyans PT9008SWL kirjoitti 17.2.2019 klo 13:35:


10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC Possible ID? 09:00 UTC?
17 February 2019

https://youtu.be/3QjM-jXwDjU

RX: Yaesu FRG 8800 Antena: DS SWL DL 42 Meters Dipolo Assimetric +
Balun + 15 Meters Coaxial Daniel Wyllyans Nova Xavantina MT Brasil


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10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 18 2019

HCDX


I see no intermodulation formula of
610 or 305 kHz minus/plus kHz apart distance
in nearby 31 meterband,
nor SOH, VoA or RFA CNR1 jammer object
by China mainland jamming security forces
on 8920, 9225, 9835 kHz channels.

Receiver overload
would be surprising in Brazil for these transmitters.

why not,
dark propagation path at 13 UT across Pacific to/from China,


origin of 500 kW powerhouse from Xian bcast center site ?
when you use 57 meters antenna length ?
tremendous load into Yaesu FRG 8800 rx unit ...
73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mauno Ritola" <mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "Hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 4:00 PM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC

Yes, I meant to say transmitter mixing product, but didn't find a
suitable combination among Baoji-Sifai frequencies. Receiver overload
would be surprising in Brazil for these transmitters.

73, Mauno

Jari Savolainen kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 16:57:
If not on purpose transmitting on 10140, this could be a
transmitter site mixing product of two transmitters
in the 31 meterband.

73, Jari

On 18.2.2019 14.43, Mauno Ritola wrote:


Not this one, I listened to it via Hong Kong remote receiver.

Mauno

Wolfgang Bueschel kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 14:02:
Re Spurious or rather overloading his receiver gear ?

Daniel told the DX world a lot of spurious images in past weeks
in rage 10000 to 11000 kHz,
and told to IARU bandwatch etc. too

so my rather guess
his receiver configuration
of older Yaesu FRG 8800 receiver set,
and much extreme antenna gear length

trend to O V E R L O A D his equipment in use.

With easy access to various SDR server nets like Perseus, KiwiSDR and
SDRconsole, Twente etc. worldwide,
I could never REALIZE his such reception signal examples.

Decades ago the DXer world publized often similar IMAGES phantasies
of cheap receivers with lousy signal selection of the
IF x 2 = 900 / 910 kHz away of real fundamental basic frequency origin.
73 wb df5sx
wwdxc

----- Original Message ----- From: "Mauno Ritola"
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC


Hi Daniel,> as we agreed with Zach Liangas, the language sounded best
Tibetan and now I find it // CNR11 Tibetan 9530 kHz, so could be a
spurious mixing product from Xi'an site.
73, Mauno

Daniel Wyllyans PT9008SWL kirjoitti 17.2.2019 klo 13:35:


10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC Possible ID? 09:00 UTC?
17 February 2019

https://youtu.be/3QjM-jXwDjU

RX: Yaesu FRG 8800 Antena: DS SWL DL 42 Meters Dipolo Assimetric +
Balun + 15 Meters Coaxial Daniel Wyllyans Nova Xavantina MT Brasil


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10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 18 2019

HCDX
Yes, I meant to say transmitter mixing product, but didn't find a
suitable combination among Baoji-Sifai frequencies. Receiver overload
would be surprising in Brazil for these transmitters.

73, Mauno

Jari Savolainen kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 16:57:


If not on purpose transmitting on 10140, this could be a
transmitter site mixing product of two transmitters
in the 31 meterband.

Â73, Jari

On 18.2.2019 14.43, Mauno Ritola wrote:


Not this one, I listened to it via Hong Kong remote receiver.

Mauno

Wolfgang Bueschel kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 14:02:


Re Spurious or rather overloading his receiver gear ?

Daniel told the DX world a lot of spurious images in past weeks
in rage 10000 to 11000 kHz,
and told to IARU bandwatch etc. too

so my rather guess
his receiver configuration
of older Yaesu FRG 8800 receiver set,
and much extreme antenna gear length

trend to O V E R L O A D his equipment in use.

With easy access to various SDR server nets like Perseus, KiwiSDr and
SDRconsole, Twente etc. worldwide,
I could never REALIZE his such reception signal examples.

Decades ago the DXer world publized often similar IMAGES phantasies
of cheap receivers with lousy signal selection of the
IF x 2 = 900 / 910 kHz away of real fundamental basic frequency origin.

73 wb df5sx
wwdxc

----- Original Message ----- From: "Mauno Ritola"
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC


Hi Daniel,> as we agreed with Zach Liangas, the language sounded best
Tibetan and now I find it // CNR11 Tibetan 9530 kHz, so could be a
spurious mixing product from Xi'an site.

73, Mauno

Daniel Wyllyans PT9008SWL kirjoitti 17.2.2019 klo 13:35:


10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC Possible ID? 09:00 UTC?
17 February 2019

https://youtu.be/3QjM-jXwDjU

RX: Yaesu FRG 8800 Antena: DS SWL DL 42 Meters Dipolo Assimetric +
Balun


+
15 Meters Coaxial
Daniel Wyllyans Nova Xavantina MT Brasil



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10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 18 2019

HCDX


Not this one, I listened to it via Hong Kong remote receiver.

Mauno

Wolfgang Bueschel kirjoitti 18.2.2019 klo 14:02:


Re Spurious or rather overloading his receiver gear ?

Daniel told the DX world a lot of spurious images in past weeks
in rage 10000 to 11000 kHz,
and told to IARU bandwatch etc. too

so my rather guess
his receiver configuration
of older Yaesu FRG 8800 receiver set,
and much extreme antenna gear length

trend to O V E R L O A D his equipment in use.

With easy access to various SDR server nets like Perseus, KiwiSDr and
SDRconsole, Twente etc. worldwide,
I could never REALIZE his such reception signal examples.

Decades ago the DXer world publized often similar IMAGES phantasies
of cheap receivers with lousy signal selection of the
IF x 2 = 900 / 910 kHz away of real fundamental basic frequency origin.

73 wb df5sx
wwdxc

----- Original Message ----- From: "Mauno Ritola"
<mauno.ritola@gmail.com>


To: "hard-Core-DX" <hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2019 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] 10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC


Hi Daniel,> as we agreed with Zach Liangas, the language sounded best
Tibetan and now I find it // CNR11 Tibetan 9530 kHz, so could be a
spurious mixing product from Xi'an site.

73, Mauno

Daniel Wyllyans PT9008SWL kirjoitti 17.2.2019 klo 13:35:


10140 kHz UNID Mistery asiatic 08:57 UTC Possible ID? 09:00 UTC?
17 February 2019

https://youtu.be/3QjM-jXwDjU

RX: Yaesu FRG 8800 Antena: DS SWL DL 42 Meters Dipolo Assimetric +
Balun


+
15 Meters Coaxial
Daniel Wyllyans Nova Xavantina MT Brasil



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