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domestic dx  View Printable Version 
Thursday, April 27 2017

IRCA
Glad to see a little domestic dx being offered up. While interesting, the
ta/tp stuff does get a bit pedantic at times. Not criticizing, just sayin'.

And while I'm steeping on toes, would like to see more qth and equip.
included with folks' reports. Helps with the mileage thing.

Bill brooks, drake r8a, wellbrook ala1530lnp, Paleozoic
shale

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WGLB in Wisconsin (was: WFME 1560 off the air)  View Printable Version 
Thursday, April 27 2017

IRCA
I would not bet against you! But I will fry up an egg for breakfast in
your honor. I guess my NRC Log is showing it's age! Thanks! Jim Renfrew

On Apr 27, 2017 08:05, "Rick Dau" <drummer1965us@hotmail.com> wrote:

Jim, you're probably thinking of WGLB in Port Washington, and the FCC
website for WGLB says they were granted a CP two years ago to go to 2500
days, 250 nights, 700 during CH. When I was in Davenport, Iowa (roughly
163 air miles from WGLB's transmitter site) last September, WGLB was
blowing the doors off everything else on 1560 just before Midnight. My
surmise is that not only is their CP on, but I'd bet my next dozen
farm-fresh eggs that they're running that 2500 watt day power all night
long.

73,

Rick Dau

South Omaha, Nebraska EN21af

Sony ICF-2010, Grundig AN-200 antenna

 

WGLB in Wisconsin (was: WFME 1560 off the air)  View Printable Version 
Thursday, April 27 2017

IRCA

 

WGLB in Wisconsin (was: WFME 1560 off the air)  View Printable Version 
Thursday, April 27 2017

IRCA
I would not bet against you! But I will fry up an egg for breakfast in
your honor. I guess my NRC Log is showing it's age! Thanks! Jim Renfrew

On Apr 27, 2017 08:05, "Rick Dau" <drummer1965us@hotmail.com> wrote:

Jim, you're probably thinking of WGLB in Port Washington, and the FCC
website for WGLB says they were granted a CP two years ago to go to 2500
days, 250 nights, 700 during CH. When I was in Davenport, Iowa (roughly
163 air miles from WGLB's transmitter site) last September, WGLB was
blowing the doors off everything else on 1560 just before Midnight. My
surmise is that not only is their CP on, but I'd bet my next dozen
farm-fresh eggs that they're running that 2500 watt day power all night
long.

73,

Rick Dau

South Omaha, Nebraska EN21af

Sony ICF-2010, Grundig AN-200 antenna

 

WFME 1560 off the air  View Printable Version 
Thursday, April 27 2017

IRCA
There was a tip on Facebook at 2309, and of course I didn't note who posted
it, but WFME 1560 is off the air. In it's place a strong signal with a
gospel music program mentioning Wisconsin and Wisconsin phone numbers.
Must be using day power, I figured. But the NRC Log says WGYB is U4
185/250. So one of those unusual ones that is authorized to raise power at
night. Though 250 watts seems to be packing quite a punch tonight. A new
one here.And thanks for the FB tip.

Jim Renfrew, Clarendon NY

 

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