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Alberta TPs for 14 October 2018  View Printable Version 
Monday, October 15 2018

IRCA
Glad to hear it was good morning in Grayland, but that certainly
wasn't the case here. I think the list below is the shortest for
several weeks. I might have been able to dig out a bit more mumbly
audio if I'd felt inspired to go over the recording, but I didn't.


693 unID traces of man speaking at 1337

747 JOIB Sapporo, JAPAN NHK pips at 1300, then man and woman speaking.

747 4QS Toowoomba, AUSTRALIA Talk by a man at 1327.

756 RNZ National Auckland, NEW ZEALAND EZL music at 1251.

891 5AN Adelaide, AUSTRALIA Very weak, with ABC news fanfare at 1330.

1116 4BC Brisbane, AUSTRALIA Host talking to a caller at 1253.

1503 Radio Sport Wellington, NEW ZEALAND Traces of US-accented
announcer at 1328


73,

Nigel Pimblett
Dunmore, AB
Perseus SDR with Wellbrook Phased Array

 

TP 13 Oct Victoria version.  View Printable Version 
Sunday, October 14 2018

IRCA
Yesterday was a transitional morning all right; I'd say transitioning back into the bucket, but hearing several Star outlets from New Zealand is never usual here, so, only mildly awful. Interesting that Bruce wasn't reporting any NZ from Grayland...

pretty darn good audio (all of it understandable by a native speaker, at least briefly):

594 JOAK man in Japanese 1409UT

Reasonable audio at times during the period (much of it understandable by a native speaker, though often battling w/splash or noise):

612 4QR rock music //702 1339UT

756 RNZ National woman in DIU English //675, into church sounding choral music.

774 JOUB man in Japanese 1339UT //828

828 JOBB man in Japanese 1343UT, similar strength 1401UT, English news?

not so reasonable audio, occasional words or phrases in splash or noise could be understood by a native speaker:


567 RNZ National choral music //756 1342UT

747 JOIB man in Japanese //774 1343UT

Burbles in the splatter and noise (if lucky, language might be guessed at by cadence of talk, or parallel established by changes in talk or music)

567 4JK country vocal //612 1409UT

576 2RN ABC fanfare 1400UT

594 Star, laid back vocals //657 taking over briefly from JOAK 1348UT

657 Star, leapt out briefly from behind the splatter 1348UT; //594 and,, later, 963

675 RNZ National woman talking //756 1411UT

693 JOAB man talking //774 1345UT, creeping through splatter

702 2BL rock music //612 1339UT

837 JOQK NHK1 interlude music 1414UT

837 RNZ National woman talking //756 mixing with JOQK 1414UT

891 JOHK man talking //594 1411UT

909 man mumbling DU English perhaps, 1405UT; Star? no parallel at this time

963 Star laid back vocal music //657 1402UT

972 man talking, perhaps Korean 1412UT

1017 island choral music 1405UT, west Flag only, likely Tonga

1287 man talking,Japanese intonation 1405UT

1566 woman talking, Chinese intonation, 1412UT; big carrier, poor modulation. Likely HLAZ?

1593 man talking, Chinese intonation 1413UT


Strongish het, no or "near imaginary" audio (either undermodulated or ravaged by splatter)

873 1053 1242 1323 seemed to be Asian;
603 855 882 918 936 1026 1098 1458 1503 seemed to be DU


best wishes,

Nick


Nick Hall-Patch
Victoria, BC
Canada

 

TP DX at Grayland on October 14  View Printable Version 
Sunday, October 14 2018

IRCA

Day two at Grayland. Conditions were much better today. At first it
looked like a DU morning, with many Aussies at about 1100-1200. Then
the Asians suddenly faded up, with a nice mix of Chinese, Japanese and
Korean signals.

The 711 KBS station was often stronger than KIRO, and parallel to 864
981 1062 and probably some others.

There were Chinese stations on interesting frequencies: 972 (sometimes
overriding KBS), 1053, 1062, 1089, 1107, 1251, 1305, 1368, 1566 (behind
HLAZ), and others that escape my memory at the moment. Plus some of the
more common Chinese like 918 936 945 963 981 1008 1017 1035 1044 1098
1206 1242 1287 1332 1323 1377 1422 1593 etc

We also had the usual assortment of Japanese stations. Unlike
yesterday, the weak low-powered ones on 963 etc were buried under
stations from elsewhere. Also Taiwan on 738/1143.

There were TPs on several domestic channels 630(Australia & China)
990(unid) 1170(Korea) and 1260/1350/1440(all Japan). Maybe a couple of
others.

I'll have more to report after going through hours of files.

Bruce

 

TP 13 Oct Victoria version.  View Printable Version 
Sunday, October 14 2018

IRCA
So far I've managed to definitely ID one NZer from yesterday: Newstalk
ZB on 1296 (a bit of a surprise). There are probably a few others. I'm
pretty sure 1503 was in as well, albeit briefly.

Bruce

On 10/13/2018 22:11, Nick Hall-Patch wrote:


Yesterday was a transitional morning all right; I'd say transitioning back into the bucket, but hearing several Star outlets from New Zealand is never usual here, so, only mildly awful. Interesting that Bruce wasn't reporting any NZ from Grayland...

 

Domestic MWDX to Enid OK, October 6-14, 2018  View Printable Version 
Sunday, October 14 2018

IRCA

 

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