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576  View Printable Version 
Monday, October 08 2018

IRCA


Aha, thanks to Bruce Portzer and Bill Whitacre, we have a winner:

My 576 unID was Bomba Radyo Davao, Philippines. Bruce had found
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcBukTt6XVM to help Bill identify
an unid from Grayland in February, and that entertaining little song
is what was being heard in Victoria at 1400UT on 7 October. It's
their sign off song. I wonder how many stations commission sign off songs?

Not Myanmar, but a pretty nice consolation prize just the same.

best wishes,

Nick

Nick Hall-Patch
Victoria, BC
Canada

 

Paltry TP DX Report from Tofino, BC  View Printable Version 
Monday, October 08 2018

IRCA
Craig,

The dreary propagation reported by Colin, Nick and Walt was the same here. Compared to yesterday, the TP-DX this morning kind of fell off of a cliff (an expression best avoided in the summer).

At 1255 a band check was made here to determine whether to deploy to a local park for a noise-free TP-DXing session, but even the big gun Asian carriers were stuck in the noise. It was obviously a lost cause, and I'm sorry that the dud propagation showed up at Tofino right when you did.

Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)
> On October 8, 2018 at 9:05 AM Donald Barnes via IRCA wrote:
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> On October 8, 2018 at 9:05 AM Donald Barnes wrote:
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> Thankfully whatever generated the high pitched whine yesterday was gone this morning. I listened from 1350 to 1435. It was a Japanese morning here, albeit limited.
>
> 594 JOAK male and female in JJ, fair Noticeable, but brief pre sunrise enhancement w/female in JJ
>
> 693 JOAB nice to hear Brazilian Portuguese on JOAB again, later good w/EE lesson, faded up at 1350
>
> 738 w/male in indistinguishable language, barely audible
>
> 828 JOBB w/ male in JJ, weak
>
> 1287 JOHR w/female in JJ, faint
>
> Curiously naught but hets from JOIB and JOUB. Several other hets also present.
>
> 73 and Best of DX
>
> Craig Barnes
> DXing from Tin Wis Resort
> Tofino, BC
>
> Supercharged Tecsun PL-380 w/5â TSA Friendly FSL
>
> Sent from my iPhone

 

Paltry TP DX Report from Tofino, BC  View Printable Version 
Monday, October 08 2018

IRCA

 

Paltry TP DX Report from Tofino, BC  View Printable Version 
Monday, October 08 2018

IRCA
Craig, at least I hope you can enjoy some Canadian Thanksgiving hospitality
at the resort, or close by. Also, there's always tomorrow for another
crack at the DX. Do explore that island just to the south. At the rocky
outcrop, you'll likely find some wire I had left about 20 years ago, to
make it easy to restring back to the complex to your south! A nice walk in
any case, during low tide....Walt

On Mon, Oct 8, 2018 at 4:05 PM Donald Barnes via IRCA <irca@hard-core-dx.com>
wrote:

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Paltry TP DX Report from Tofino, BC  View Printable Version 
Monday, October 08 2018

IRCA


There was a little audio here, but nothing like even the level Craig
was reporting. Mostly DU, 756, 612, 594 etc. but there was some
Japanese talk on 594 for a moment as well. Mysterious mumblings on
1296 had my hopes up, but not parallel to 612 during ABC news after 1400UT.

More later.

Nick


At 18:07 2018-10-08, R. Colin Newell wrote:

I'm happy you heard something. At 1300 this AM there were a few
wispy carriers - no audio - a shocking turn around.

Yesterday as I was driving to my station down at the Victoria
marathon, 972 KHz Korea was audible on my car radio - 2013 Honda Civic.

Colin Newell - Victoria - B.C. CANADA -


> On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:05 AM, Donald Barnes <bevdxer@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> Thankfully whatever generated the high pitched whine yesterday was
gone this morning. I listened from 1350 to 1435. It was a Japanese
morning here, albeit limited.


>
> 594 JOAK male and female in JJ, fair Noticeable, but brief pre
sunrise enhancement w/female in JJ

>
> 693 JOAB nice to hear Brazilian Portuguese on JOAB again, later
good w/EE lesson, faded up at 1350

>
> 738 w/male in indistinguishable language, barely audible
>
> 828 JOBB w/ male in JJ, weak
>
> 1287 JOHR w/female in JJ, faint
>
> Curiously naught but hets from JOIB and JOUB. Several other hets
also present.

>
> 73 and Best of DX
>
> Craig Barnes
> DXing from Tin Wis Resort
> Tofino, BC
>
> Supercharged Tecsun PL-380 w/5" TSA Friendly FSL
>
> Sent from my iPhone

 

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