Puyallup WA Ultralight TP's for 1-17
Asian results here this morning were somewhat similar to Dennis' report, although the high band TP's did seem to get an extra kick from 1530-1550 here during sunrise enhancement.
What had been a comatose band from 1420-1500 began to show signs of life with the first appearance of daylight here around 1510, with the usual high band regulars coming out of the noise. 1503-JOUK, 1566-HLAZ, 1575-VOA and 1593-CNR1 slowly rose up in strength until around 1545, when 1575-VOA had a good level in and out, while the other Asians managed a fair level in domestic splatter. 1503-JOUK and 1593-CNR1 never reached yesterday's good levels, and only 693-JOAB (fair) was showing any sign of life on the low band during the sunrise propagation peak (around 1545). The Asians bailed early compared to yesterday, with 1593-CNR1 once again the last one to slide into the noise (around 1555). Not a particularly exciting session, but much better than it started out in the predawn darkness.
73 and Good DX,
Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)
7.5" loopstick Tecsun PL-380 Ultralight +
12" Medium Wave FSL antenna