much weaker tonight though
access to websdr
ANTARCTICA ARGENTINE 15475.97 kHz LRA36
via remote Brazil SDR,
PY2GN e PY2PE from Pardinho, SP - Brazil Grid: GG56tv
listen to the recording of 19.43 UT on Aug 8.
Mostly S=5-6 signal, scratchy noisy signal.
set the SDR to Manual Gain -97dB, audio volume 45%
73 wb df5sx
----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn Hauser email@example.com [dxld]" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 1:27 AM
Subject: [dxld] Two items/LRA - 36 and Euro Station 6160 [2 Attachments]
<*>[Attachment(s) from Glenn Hauser included below]
Just FYI, i was able to hear LRA 36 yesterday, from about 1933 tune in,
using the Kiwi SDR at Paradinho [Brasil]. Attaching a short mp3 here for
Quite a thrill to be able to hear it after all these years. Signal
degraded rapidly after about the 2000 mark. And of course, no chance with
"regular" receivers, including the 545, attached to my Wellbrook, with
high noise levels and mid-summer conditions generally.
Also -- don't know if you have reported this but the new Euro station that
was heavily promoted as beginning test transmissions on 6160/3975 was
heard today, using Twente. Also attaching mp3 of that. I heard them just
prior to their 2100 shut down. No name of the station was mentioned, just
"6160, Europe's Newest Voice on Shortwave" with longish test tones then
back to a music loop with IDs.
(Dan Robinson, DC, August 5, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
<*>Attachment(s) from Glenn Hauser:
<*> 2 of 2 File(s)
<*> websdr_recording_start_2017-08-05T19-26-59Z_6160.0kHz Cut one.mp3
<*> 080417 LRA 36 Cut 1.mp3
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