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TPs in Maine  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 14 2018

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972 was loudest, starting at <1000utc then 1206 [China in Korean] and then the Japanese on 774 & 747 came in well later.

Sunrise is around 1100utc here so things are pretty much done as I write this.

Hopefully it’ll be there tomorrow or you can check wav files.

On Nov 14, 2018, at 6:00 AM, James Renfrew <jim.renfrew@gmail.com> wrote:

> What time? In Newfoundland we are interested. Jim Renfrew
>
> On Wed, Nov 14, 2018, 06:29 Bill Whitacre <bw@his.com wrote:
>
>> Not sure how TP reception here in Maine translates to the midwest and west
>> coast but I hope someone besides me is listening!
>>
>> I’ve had pretty decent audio so far on 972, 1206, 1287 and to a lesser
>> extent on 774 and 1566.
>>
>> Pretty amazing, actually.
>>
>> More to follow … with audio.
>>
>> Bill Whitacre
>> … Lubec, Maine on DXpedition
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TPs in Maine  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 14 2018

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Not sure how TP reception here in Maine translates to the midwest and west coast but I hope someone besides me is listening!

I’ve had pretty decent audio so far on 972, 1206, 1287 and to a lesser extent on 774 and 1566.

Pretty amazing, actually.

More to follow … with audio.

Bill Whitacre
… Lubec, Maine on DXpedition

 

Lubec KiwiSDR  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 14 2018

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702-BBC (Oman) Received in Hawaii  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 14 2018

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Gary, I was going through some SDR files from Jan 2010, and on it, I also
clearly heard Oman with BBC programs in our local afternoon in Masset.
Havenât heard them since, though. 73, Walt

On Tuesday, November 13, 2018, Gary DeBock <d1028gary@comcast.net> wrote:

> During the recent Poipu, Hawaii Ultralight DXpedition a weak, strange
> station was showing up on 702 kHz under North Korea's ancient music (and
> throbbing, off-frequency hum) every morning from 1530-1630 UTC, with a
> foreign language that was a total mystery to me. Whenever I tried a
> recording the buzzing hum from North Korea would go on the warpath and
> derail the effort, and because of the station's marginal signal and NK's
> obnoxious transmitter it seemed like the 702 UnID would remain a mystery
> for the duration.
>
> Finally at 1604 UTC on November 6th the 702 mystery station built up
> its strength enough to push KCBS and its hum down into the noise, and I was
> able to get a good recording of a totally unfamiliar language
> https://dreamcrafts.box.com/s/3y5qkg7yu8o49lc4ab520bfiw006kqrg
>
> Fortunately a couple of awesome Finnish DXers (Mauno and Mika) on Real DX
> identified the language as Arabic, coming from the BBC Arabic Service
> transmitter in A'Seela, Oman (at 8,425 miles, or 13,559 km). Even
> considering the 800 kW transmitter, this was pretty stunning DX for a 5
> inch FSL antenna set up near the beach in Poipu, Hawaii.
>
> Checking John Bryant's records from his 2007 Easter Island
> DXpedition, I see that John received the 750 kW station 1413-BBC from
> A'Seela, Oman during his trip, but not this station. Considering the
> strength and reliability of 702-BBC into Hawaii, my guess is that it could
> put somewhat of a signal into the west coast in deep winter, especially on
> the ocean coast when propagation is still in play around 1600 UTC. At least
> one DXer that I know will be looking for it :-)
>
>
> Gary DeBock (DXing at Poipu, Hawaii from November 3-8)
> https://dreamcrafts.box.com/s/l61xhqoq9ki7b6kl9bz41yunangvr6ap
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Alberta TPs for 13 November 2018  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, November 14 2018

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A dud of a morning here today. Â Fair to good signal from 4BC on 1116
and traces of audio now and again on 693, 774, 828 and that was it.ÂÂ
Didn't waste time listening to the recording, as I have better ones that
still need reviewing.


73,


Nigel Pimblett
Dunmore, AB
Perseus SDR with Wellbrook Phased Array

 

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