Re: [IRCA] Oklahoma TP's 11/1/10


Gary DeBock
 

Hi Richard,
 
Sorry that the TP's didn't come out of the noise for you this morning. They certainly have been shy, recently.
 
Apparently the sun got its act together before the west coast sunrise this morning, though, and we had several fairly good Asian signals. 639-CNR1 made its first decent appearance in about 2 weeks, along with a few other common TP's. Hopefully these will show up for you also, tomorrow.
 
73, Gary
 

In a message dated 11/1/2010 6:13:05 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, richarda@... writes:
Simply the worst morning for TP DX here this fall.  Between 1216 and 1302 UTC, a few carriers (hets) audible on 648, 702, 774, 972 and 1134.  With the exception of 972 kHz, all were weak. 

Receiver: Tecsun PL-310 with 7.5-inch loopstick.  Local sunrise was at 1252 UTC.

I hope the morning was better for you.

Richard Allen
36°22'51"N / 97°26'35"W
(near Perry OK USA)
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