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162 Allouis France  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 07 2017

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Am 07.01.2017 um 22:26 schrieb Glenn Hauser via Hard-Core-DX:

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
reverse
intermodulation in the Allouis transmitter?

David Freeborough

G1JLE


The effect is also quite good to hear on the WEB-SDR in Twente.
This receiver is in an ideal position for this constellation.
Here you can see the way of the waves on a map:

http://www.rhci-online.net/radiogram/VoA_Radiogram_2017-01-07.htm#LX


(I always need maps for better understanding ..... ;-)


roger
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162 Allouis France  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 07 2017

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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
reverse
intermodulation in the Allouis transmitter?

David Freeborough
G1JLE


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162 Allouis France  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 07 2017

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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 reverse
intermodulation in the Allouis transmitter?

David Freeborough
G1JLE
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La Rosa de Tokio para este fin de semana: La historia de Radio Excelsior (Primera Parte)  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 07 2017

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La Rosa de Tokio es un programa dedicado a difundir el apasionante mundo de la
radio y del diexismo que se transmite semanalmente desde los estudios de LS11
Radio Provincia de Buenos Aires.

En esta ediciÃn irradiarmeos la primera parte de una serie de tres programas sobre
la riquÃsima historia de LR5 Radio Excelsior

No se pierdan los archivos de audio histÃricos con los cuales se "ilustra"
cada programa.

La Rosa de Tokio puede ser escuchada los dÃas sÃbados de 23:00 a 24:00 Tiempo
Universal Coordinado (20:00 a 21:00 hora LU) por los 1270 Khz y en Internet por
http://www.amprovincia.com.ar
AdemÃs, una extensa red de emisoras de frecuencia modulada de toda la RepÃblica
Argentina retransmite en forma semanal nuestro programa en diferentes dÃas y
horarios.
La Rosa de Tokio tambiÃn sale por onda corta gracias a las facilidades brindadas
por WRMI Radio Miami Internacional (http://www.wrmi.net
TambiÃn puede ser escuchada en cualquier momento entrando en la pÃgina
ProgramasDX y haciendo "click" en http://programasdx.com/larosadetokio.htm
Desde este vÃnculo tambiÃn podrÃn acceder al archivo que recaba ediciones
anteriores del programa.
La Rosa de Tokio es producida y conducida por Omar Josà Somma y Arnaldo Leonel
Slaen y cuenta con la colaboraciÃn habitual de RubÃn Guillermo Margenet, desde
Rosario y Alejandro Daniel Alvarez, desde Neuquen.
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DX Programs, Hitlist, World of Radio Skeds updated  View Printable Version 
Friday, January 06 2017

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DX/SWL/Media Programs:
http://www.worldofradio.com/dxpgms.html

WORLD OF RADIO schedule:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html

ALAN ROE`S HITLIST:
http://www.w4uvh.net/hitlist.htm

73, Glenn Hauser
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