Re: solar flairs


Russ Edmunds <wb2bjh@...>
 

Solar activity can have a very pronounced effect on both MW and LW. When there is a large
enough auroral storm, higher latitude signals on these bands will be absorbed. How low in
latitude depends on the severity of the storm. The result is that stations which normally are
inaudible due to interference from the northerly directions may become audible as a result
of the absorption of the interference. Thus "auroral conditions" generally means a perceived
enhancement from the South.


Russ Edmunds
15 mi NNW of Philadelphia
Grid FN20id
<wb2bjh@yahoo.com>

AM:  Modified Sony ICF 2010's barefoot
FM: Yamaha T-80 & T-85, each w/ Conrad RDS Decoder;
Onkyo T-450RDS; Tecsun PL-310 ( 2);
modified Sony ICF2010 w/APS9B @ 15';
Grundig G8 w/whip; modified Sony ICF2010 w/whip

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On Tue, 1/21/14, thylton@suddenlink.net <thylton@suddenlink.net> wrote:

Subject: [ultralightdx] solar flairs
To: ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com
Date: Tuesday, January 21, 2014, 1:10 PM
















 









I am new to am dxing and ultralight dxing, I know
the sun activity effects sw but, does in have a
significant  on am.

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