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TPs in Maine This Morning - Nov. 14  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 12 2019

IRCA
World Music Radio, Denmark 15805 kHz 200 W heard somewhat now via Quoddy
House.

73, Mauno

Bill Whitacre kirjoitti 14.11.2018 klo 15:41:


I had the good fortune of having my antenna(s) survive an all-day-rain yesterday and a huge increase in wind and decrease in temperature overnight AND being part of a TP opening this morning from Quoddy House near Lubec, Maine.

Starting as soon as the strongest TA carriers faded away others remained. This was the loudest I’ve ever heard these here in Maine and I’m sure there are others to be found. I know I have good signals from Japan on 774 and 747kHz, for example.

---

Korea on 972kHz is one of the most common [not really anything ‘common’ about it] TPs here near solar minima:

http://realmonitor.com/qh12/972-0933-Nov14.wav

Not so common is China on 1206kHz in Korean:

http://realmonitor.com/qh12/1206-0953-Nov14.wav

Also not common is Japan on 1287kHz:

http://realmonitor.com/qh12/1287-1014-Nov14.wav

I have a KiwiSDR up and running and Quoddy House for the duration of my visit [Saturday AM]:

http://qhkiwisdr.proxy.kiwisdr.com:8073/

Enjoy!

Bill Whitacre
… freezing and blowing away in Lubec, Maine

 

TPs in Maine This Morning - Nov. 14  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 12 2019

IRCA
Thanks for the hint Mauno!

Just barely there on QH KiwiSDR at 1320utc.

Looks like all the modulation is on the LSB.

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> On Jan 12, 2019, at 8:05 AM, Mauno Ritola <Mauno.Ritola@realmonitor.com> wrote:
>
> World Music Radio, Denmark 15805 kHz 200 W heard somewhat now via Quoddy House.
>
> 73, Mauno
>
> Bill Whitacre kirjoitti 14.11.2018 klo 15:41:
>> I had the good fortune of having my antenna(s) survive an all-day-rain yesterday and a huge increase in wind and decrease in temperature overnight AND being part of a TP opening this morning from Quoddy House near Lubec, Maine.
>>
>> Starting as soon as the strongest TA carriers faded away others remained. This was the loudest Iâve ever heard these here in Maine and Iâm sure there are others to be found. I know I have good signals from Japan on 774 and 747kHz, for example.
>>
>> ---
>>
>> Korea on 972kHz is one of the most common [not really anything âcommonâ about it] TPs here near solar minima:
>>
>> http://realmonitor.com/qh12/972-0933-Nov14.wav
>>
>> â
>>
>> Not so common is China on 1206kHz in Korean:
>>
>> http://realmonitor.com/qh12/1206-0953-Nov14.wav
>>
>> â
>>
>> Also not common is Japan on 1287kHz:
>>
>> http://realmonitor.com/qh12/1287-1014-Nov14.wav
>>
>> â
>>
>> I have a KiwiSDR up and running and Quoddy House for the duration of my visit [Saturday AM]:
>>
>> http://qhkiwisdr.proxy.kiwisdr.com:8073/
>>
>> Enjoy!
>>
>> Bill Whitacre
>> â freezing and blowing away in Lubec, Maine
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TPs in Maine This Morning - Nov. 14  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 12 2019

IRCA
World Music Radio, Denmark 15805 kHz 200 W heard somewhat now via Quoddy
House.

73, Mauno

Bill Whitacre kirjoitti 14.11.2018 klo 15:41:


I had the good fortune of having my antenna(s) survive an all-day-rain yesterday and a huge increase in wind and decrease in temperature overnight AND being part of a TP opening this morning from Quoddy House near Lubec, Maine.

Starting as soon as the strongest TA carriers faded away others remained. This was the loudest I’ve ever heard these here in Maine and I’m sure there are others to be found. I know I have good signals from Japan on 774 and 747kHz, for example.

---

Korea on 972kHz is one of the most common [not really anything ‘common’ about it] TPs here near solar minima:

http://realmonitor.com/qh12/972-0933-Nov14.wav

Not so common is China on 1206kHz in Korean:

http://realmonitor.com/qh12/1206-0953-Nov14.wav

Also not common is Japan on 1287kHz:

http://realmonitor.com/qh12/1287-1014-Nov14.wav

I have a KiwiSDR up and running and Quoddy House for the duration of my visit [Saturday AM]:

http://qhkiwisdr.proxy.kiwisdr.com:8073/

Enjoy!

Bill Whitacre
… freezing and blowing away in Lubec, Maine

 

Alberta TPs for 11 January 2019  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 12 2019

IRCA
ÂÂÂÂÂÂ Yes, there are still transmitters on the other side of the
Pacific!!ÂÂÂÂ Not long ago this would have been considered a very poor
morning, but after the last while it seems like a new dawn!


594ÂÂÂ ÂÂÂ JOAKÂÂÂ Tokyo, JAPANÂÂÂ Weak, with woman in Japanese at 1504

747ÂÂÂ ÂÂÂ JOIBÂÂÂ Sapporo, JAPANÂÂÂ Woman in Japanese during language
lesson at 1402

774ÂÂÂ ÂÂÂ JOUBÂÂÂ Akita, JAPANÂÂÂ Bridge music just prior to 1400 time
pips, then man and woman with language lesson.

828ÂÂÂ ÂÂ JOBBÂÂÂ Osaka, JAPAN ÂÂÂ Bit of music before the hour at 1500,
then time pips, but not much more

1116ÂÂÂ 4BCÂÂÂ Brisbane, AUSTRALIAÂÂÂÂÂ Ad string at 1450


73,

Nigel Pimblett
Dunmore, AB
Perseus SDR with Wellbrook Phased Array

 

Oklahoma TA LW DX 1/8/19  View Printable Version 
Saturday, January 12 2019

IRCA
Little sign of longwave here in Victoria, Richard (there was a
carrier on 1098 last night, but not so far tonight), but the Iranian
jammer on 1575 first made itself felt about 0049UT, and definitely by 0120UT.

best wishes,

Nick


At 23:34 2019-01-11, Richard N. Allen via IRCA wrote:

198 BBC (barely audible) and 252 Chaine 3 (poor) are already audible
here in Oklahoma at 2330 UTC.

Richard Allen.
near Perry OK USA.

Sent from my iPad
>

 

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