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162 Allouis France   
Saturday, January 07 2017

It`s the so-called Luxembourg Effect, ionospheric cross-modulation. Search on that for all about it. 73, Glenn Hauser

On Wed, 1/4/17, David Freeborough <david@freeborough.net> wrote:

Subject: [HCDX] 162 Allouis France
To: hard-core-dx@hard-core-dx.com
Date: Wednesday, January 4, 2017, 8:37 AM

Even when France Inter audio was
present on 162kHz, I could always hear low
level audio below from other French language longwave
stations. I had
assumed this was due to cross-modulation in the receiver,
but now see
others are observing the same effect. Do we think it is
intermodulation in the Allouis transmitter?

David Freeborough

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