9580 fell away a bit around 2150 but came back up really well towards the
end - about 35444
On Sun, 21 Jun 2020 at 22:49, Vince Shirley via groups.io <vince.g0orc=
> Here in central UK 5790 and 7360 very strong S9 + 30 on a 134 foot windom
> but that is to be expected by ground wave only about 60 miles from
> 9580 from Ascension about S6 or sinpo 35334.
> Very interesting to press both RXers on the Yaesu FTdx5000 into use with
> one on Ascension. and the other on Wooferton. As you would expect about
> half a second delay on the Ascension transmission.
> Using the excellent noise reduction, the Ascension signal weaker but just
> as readable with slight fading only..
> Very interesting comparison...
> Vince G0ORC
On Sun, 21 Jun 2020 at 22:57, Wolfgang Bueschel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ASCENSION ISL / U.K. Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast 2020,
> on Sunday June 21 at 21.30:05 UT test start
> Antarctica - reminder: midsummer broadcast of BBC.
> Johannesburg RSA Sao Paulo BRA / Rio de Janeiro
> 5790 WOF S=9+10dB -69dBm fluttery S=9+10dB -62dBm
> Montevideo URG S=9+10dB -67dBm
> 7360 WOF S=9+20dB -58dBm S=9+20dB -59dBm
> Montevideo URG S=9+10dB -63dBm
> 9580 likely via ASC, both neighbours 9575 and 9585 kHz were empty
> S=5 -98dBm threshold S=7 -83dBm
> Montevideo URG S=7 -84dBm
> Once planned BBC not on air - 6170 kHz
> suffers by broadband RNAmazonia powerhouse 6180 kHz splatter from Brasilia
> site S=7-8 signal at 21.44 UT on June 21.
> Best signal in Antarctic target area of these 3 fqs today:
> in southern Atlantic, Brazil and South Africa were 7360 kHz.
> 73 wb df5sx - June 21.
> Antarctic Midwinter Broadcast 2020.
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> research stations in the Antarctic midwinter. The Antarctic Midwinter
> Broadcast is unlike anything else on the BBC World Service. Presented by
> Cerys Matthews, it features messages from family and friends at home
> as well as music requests from Antarctica. For decades it has been part
> of the traditional midwinter celebrations.
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