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1548 carrier  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 11 2019

IRCA
4QD isn't that frequent a visitor here Todd, but they were heard here
this morning with audio, among the 1550kHz splash.

They are about 10 Hertz high from 1548.000kHz, and some people can
hear the difference in the BFO pitch, especially if you tune say to a
200Hz beat note, then check a channel that is dead on frequency for comparison.

best wishes,

Nick

At 13:51 2019-03-11, Todd S wrote:


Using the best of my Modified 2010, I was able to listen to a carrier using
LSB. Signal was in from approx 1320-1355. Carrier was in with slow fades,
then steady and a choppy fast fade in and out then gone. 4QD is the most
obvious suspect.

Todd Skaine
ICOM 7300 wth a Superloop
2 Modified 2010s barefoot
Toyota car radio

 

1548 carrier  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 11 2019

IRCA
I remember when I lived in central Alaska, 1548 was one of my more common
visitor and somedays it would just pound in to Galena

Paul

On Mon, Mar 11, 2019 at 10:19 AM Nick Hall-Patch <nhp@ieee.org> wrote:

> 4QD isn't that frequent a visitor here Todd, but they were heard here
> this morning with audio, among the 1550kHz splash.
>
> They are about 10 Hertz high from 1548.000kHz, and some people can
> hear the difference in the BFO pitch, especially if you tune say to a
> 200Hz beat note, then check a channel that is dead on frequency for
> comparison.
>
> best wishes,
>
> Nick
>
>
>
> At 13:51 2019-03-11, Todd S wrote:
> >Using the best of my Modified 2010, I was able to listen to a carrier
> using
> >LSB. Signal was in from approx 1320-1355. Carrier was in with slow fades,
> >then steady and a choppy fast fade in and out then gone. 4QD is the most
> >obvious suspect.
> >
> >Todd Skaine
> >ICOM 7300 wth a Superloop
> >2 Modified 2010s barefoot
> >Toyota car radio
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Live DX spotter / chat system *show of hands*  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 11 2019

IRCA
Hi Colin,

Please count me in. Now retired, I have more time for activities like this.
Lately been hearing Asian stations on 41 meters in early morning here.

The other reason I like this idea is some of the websites currently
available are "how I say?" out of date.

Best wishes es 73

Joe Miller, KJ8O


On Mon, Mar 11, 2019 at 9:13 AM R. Colin Newell <coffeecanuck@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Last week someone posted a "wouldn't it be great if we had a
> live DX spotter chat window web site 100% dedicated to SWBCing
> and/or MW DXing ?"
>
> You know, a place where you could quickly sign in and post an alert that
> you're hearing HCJB on 9560 khz or Voice of the Voyager on 6160 khz...
> or there is a great TA opening to the West Coast...
>
> Show of hands: Who would use a system like this?
>
> I have some free server space and some ideas about domain names that could
> be fun...
>
> Anyway... hands!?
>
> --
> Colin Newell - Editor and creator Coffeecrew.com
> <http://www.Coffeecrew.com> and
> DXer.ca <http://www.DXer.ca> -
> Ham Radio VA7WWV | Twitter @CoffeeCrew | Victoria - B.C. Canada
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--
*** Avoid internet congestion, real radio uses airwaves. ***

Joe Miller, KJ8O
Desert Hot Springs, CA
Locator DM13sw

 

Live DX spotter / chat system *show of hands*  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 11 2019

IRCA
Last week someone posted a "wouldn't it be great if we had a
live DX spotter chat window web site 100% dedicated to SWBCing
and/or MW DXing ?"

You know, a place where you could quickly sign in and post an alert that
you're hearing HCJB on 9560 khz or Voice of the Voyager on 6160 khz...
or there is a great TA opening to the West Coast...

Show of hands: Who would use a system like this?

I have some free server space and some ideas about domain names that could
be fun...

Anyway... hands!?

--
Colin Newell - Editor and creator Coffeecrew.com
<http://www.Coffeecrew.com> and
DXer.ca <http://www.DXer.ca> -
Ham Radio VA7WWV | Twitter @CoffeeCrew | Victoria - B.C. Canada

 

Live DX spotter / chat system *show of hands*  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 11 2019

IRCA
Would this be similar to the BCB / SW / etc. log pages at dxworld? (Ex:
http://dxworld.com/bcblog.html)

Besides AM DXing, I've been wanting to do more SW DXing, and a quick
page for alerts for both would be great for that. I think maybe there's
4 people in the entire world who use the SW logger at dxworld...

Mark Pettifor
Goshen, IN


On 2019-03-11 12:12 pm, R. Colin Newell wrote:


Last week someone posted a "wouldn't it be great if we had a
live DX spotter chat window web site 100% dedicated to SWBCing
and/or MW DXing ?"

You know, a place where you could quickly sign in and post an alert
that


you're hearing HCJB on 9560 khz or Voice of the Voyager on 6160 khz...
or there is a great TA opening to the West Coast...

Show of hands: Who would use a system like this?

I have some free server space and some ideas about domain names that
could


be fun...

Anyway... hands!?

--
Colin Newell - Editor and creator Coffeecrew.com
<http://www.Coffeecrew.com> and
DXer.ca <http://www.DXer.ca> -
Ham Radio VA7WWV | Twitter @CoffeeCrew | Victoria - B.C. Canada

 

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