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TP Recordings  View Printable Version 
Sunday, September 24 2017

IRCA
Hi all,

Please keep in mind that if you have any recordings of Asian signals that you want IDed that may have actual IDable information that you cannot decipher, or recordings of something like what youâre hearing with 1566 Jeju, feel free to send them along to me. 1566 Yanbian, Pyongyang, and Jeju were my nighttime locals and most of Japan, China, and all of the Koreas are very simple IDs for me.

As long as there is something to go on more than a signal way deep in the static, I can probably pull something out of it. Plus, solving mysteries is enjoyableâ when I have answers to provide.

Iâm not in the AM scene at all right now, so itâd be nice to do someâ DXing via other people :)

Chris Kadlec
Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide
http://www.beaglebass.com/dx/seoul


 

TP Recordings  View Printable Version 
Sunday, September 24 2017

IRCA
Chris, thanks again for offering your expertise. You've been more than
patient pulling out IDs from a hodge podge of signals that I've recorded in
Masset. I'm sure I have 100s of hours more of unid Asians which are
otherwise unidentifiable by the likes of us! May I take out a life
insurance policy on you? ;-) 73,....Walt

On Sun, Sep 24, 2017 at 1:05 AM, Chris Kadlec <beaglebass@beaglebass.com>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Please keep in mind that if you have any recordings of Asian signals that
> you want IDed that may have actual IDable information that you cannot
> decipher, or recordings of something like what youâre hearing with 1566
> Jeju, feel free to send them along to me. 1566 Yanbian, Pyongyang, and Jeju
> were my nighttime locals and most of Japan, China, and all of the Koreas
> are very simple IDs for me.
>
> As long as there is something to go on more than a signal way deep in the
> static, I can probably pull something out of it. Plus, solving mysteries is
> enjoyableâ when I have answers to provide.
>
> Iâm not in the AM scene at all right now, so itâd be nice to do someâ
> DXing via other people :)
>
> Chris Kadlec
> Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide
> http://www.beaglebass.com/dx/seoul
>
>
>
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1650 kHz "DVS" morse code beacon  View Printable Version 
Sunday, September 24 2017

IRCA
See below from this time last year. I don't know if the "SAC" beacon
mystery was ever solved on 1650, but recent Sept.12th, 2017 auroral SDR
captures caught another beacon here identifying as "DVS" in modulated CW.
This was at 0100 UTC but is repeated continuously throughout the whole
recording on 1650 kHz.

Tim Tromp
West Michigan


On Thu, Oct 27, 2016 at 11:56 PM, Tim Tromp <kilokat7@gmail.com> wrote:

> 0341 UTC and I'm hearing "SAC" repeated in morse code on 1650 kHz. The
> code is weak and fades in and out but clearly visible on peaks on the
> Perseus SDR's waterfall and offset by 400 hz on both sides of 1650.
> Unlikely this is some kind of image on my end. I'm hearing this on my
> South antenna while conditions are still heavily favoring the South.
> Anyone else hearing "SAC" or know anything about it? Could it be related
> to Southern Avionics Co. in Beaumont, TX.?
>
> 73,
> Tim Tromp
> West Michigan
>

 

TP Recordings  View Printable Version 
Sunday, September 24 2017

IRCA
Hi all,

Please keep in mind that if you have any recordings of Asian signals that you want IDed that may have actual IDable information that you cannot decipher, or recordings of something like what youâre hearing with 1566 Jeju, feel free to send them along to me. 1566 Yanbian, Pyongyang, and Jeju were my nighttime locals and most of Japan, China, and all of the Koreas are very simple IDs for me.

As long as there is something to go on more than a signal way deep in the static, I can probably pull something out of it. Plus, solving mysteries is enjoyableâ when I have answers to provide.

Iâm not in the AM scene at all right now, so itâd be nice to do someâ DXing via other people :)

Chris Kadlec
Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide
http://www.beaglebass.com/dx/seoul


 

Paul Swearingen  View Printable Version 
Sunday, September 24 2017

IRCA
    I only had the privilege of meeting Paul a couple of times, at
conventions, but have to agree with what's been stated already.  It was
a pleasure to chat with him, he had a real passion for the hobby, and
his work on projects like the pattern book Glenn mentioned has helped
many of us.   His passing is a real loss for the hobby.

73,

Nigel Pimblett

 

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