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Re: [IRCA] 576 ?
- Subject: Re: [IRCA] 576 ?
- From: Bruce Portzer <bportzer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 01 Jul 2012 00:01:34 -0700
You might also try 504 kHz in case the spurs are symmetrical around
540. I checked 504 and 576 a few minutes ago, but there was too much
electrical noise on 504 and too much KVI splash on 576.
On 6/30/2012 22:10, Nick Hall-Patch wrote:
Is that CBK spur still on 576? Nothing noted here last night, but
tonight it is back, and has lasted well beyond Meyerton sunrise.
Thanks for having pointed this out; it seem to be too good to be true
for it to be TA, hi.
At 15:37 28-06-12, you wrote:
This is a spur from CBK 540. Yesterday evening I was listening to
Lars Larson on WNAX 570 which is almost straight south of here and
heard lots of squealing and whistling underneath. I rotated my
Sanserino loop E/W and the squealing and whistling almost completely
buried CKSW 570 which comes in quite good here. I started tuning my
GE superadio up and down and heard good audio around 576 on the dial.
I started scanning up and down and the program matched CBK 540. It
could be the result of the severe thunderstorms that went through
Sandy Lake, MB
----- Original Message ----- From: "Nick Hall-Patch" <nhp@xxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2012 1:13 AM
Subject: Re: [IRCA] 576 ?
Well, it was an odd one; must have been a spur, but strangely, it
suddenly weakened at 0450UT, then restrengthened again suddenly
0451UT, then died away for good at 0453UT. Meyerton sunrise is at
0456UT. So, I don't know what to think, as it didn't look like a
normal fade, but certainly it was rather a coincidental time to
disappear. Obviously, will have to keep checking.
And yes, the usual 1566 this evening, with the usual Doppler (?)
At 04:28 28-06-12, I wrote:
Anyone else getting a carrier on 576.000 kHz at 0420UTC? This has
an audible het, heard on E-W ALA-100 and the northerly Flag, not on
the westerly Flag. Unfortunately not noticed on indoor loop, so
haven't been able to get a bearing.
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