Re: Is Receiving a 40 Watt MW Station at 191 Miles a Good Catch?

ferrite61 <dxrx@...>

I would like to point out to all members at this time that the LINKS section does have some excellent reference data including the FCC itself and station property lists like AMLOGBOOK, and AM-DX, and even ndb master lists. I have found using these references to be nearly invaluable in helping to sort out possible loggings. Or even finding out the programming of a callsign ID, as you might hear that programming, or hear a different programming, and rule out that log-entry.

Paul S. in CT

--- In ultralightdx@..., Jerry Popiel <jerry_popiel@...> wrote:

Wow, thanks for the replies guys, never thought there would be 3 Canadian French Stations at 860 kHz and 2 of them within 250 miles of each other!� Need to try & do an on the Hour Station check to resolve this (when I can receive it again). �But reception so far tonight is terrible, and its turning very cold again. In the past I have been able to receive CKOM Saskatoon at 650 kHz, CKRM Regina (very weak), ��and CKOC in Toronto at 1150 kHz, but the Toronto Station was only receivable in the very early morning dawn hours. Sure would help if I was fluent in French but maybe my previous years ago High School French will help.

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