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Re: newbie

Tim Davisson
 

Jim/N8EPI...Tried to send you an e-mail the e-mail listed on QRZ.com
(your ham calls...the voyager.net address)...but it bounced back
undeliverable.

Check out the little SRF-59. It's $14.99 at K-Mart's here in Akron. I
had to call 3 K-Mart locations...first 2 were sold out...finally got
one...now own a 2nd, and might likely buy a 3rd (for $15, why not? Hi,
hi!).

The nulling on this little, throw-back type analog mini-portable is
nothing short of amazing.

Give me an e-mail shout, if you wish: kd8gz@...

73's, and welcome to ULR DXing.

Tim, KD8GZ
Norton, Ohio


Re: newbie

robert ross
 

hey, just joined. forgot who, but somebody from here mentioned this>
group on mediumwave group

thanks! jim n8rpi

Hi Jim:

Welcome to the Ultralight Group from one of the Canadian contingent !!!! Nice to have you aboard....I really got a laugh from your comment that you "Owned more Radios than your wife knows about!!" HHAHAA....That pretty much sums up all of the guys on here I think!!

You'll find pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Ultralight Radios..or ULR's as they sometimes referred to..we have guys who specialize in Trans-Pacific DX, Trans-Atlantic DX, Building External Antennas, Modifying their ULR's, Domestic DX'ing, and testing out Various new Models to see what's gonna be the next Hot DX Machine on the Block.....

We have Casual Listeners, HardCore DX'ers, and even Beginners...all with the same agenda..to have FUN with Ultralight Radios.

However Jim...don't let the Ultralight Moniker fool you....some of the DX that get's heard by our members is pretty HEAVY DUTY!! Hanging around this group is not for the faint of heart..you're gonna see loggings that you may not believe are possible on a Pocket Radio.....but as time goes on....you'll realize that the Sky is the limit when DXing with ULR's. Everyday the Guys on the Coasts and across the Ocean are logging amazing DX that just makes us all shake our heads in amazement.

Once you have logged a bunch of stations...we also have a Fine Awards Program and I look forward to receiving your Loggings someday soon for a few Awards!! Details of the Awards program can also be found on dxer.ca Website.

So...dive in and have a ball Jim. I think most of us are rather seasoned DX'ers who just got plain Bored of the Current AM BCB scene...and the start of the ULR Movement was just what the doctor ordered to bring some excitement back into the AM BCB Hobby!!

Any questions...fire away..there's a multitude of knowledgeable guys in the group who will be willing to help!!

73...ROB VA3SW

Robert S. Ross
London, Ontario CANADA


Re: newbie

satya@...
 

Hey Jim:

Welcome to the group! I hope you will find UltraLighting as interesting
and enjoyable as the rest of us here. Trans-oceanic receptions are
becoming more and more common as DXers figure out how to best use these
little wonders.

The definition of an UltraLight, and a Gallery and Compendium of top
available models, is available at the DXer.ca web site. Just click on the
Ultra-Light File Area icon near the top. Your Grundig Mini 100 is indeed
an UltraLight, but I can't say that the Mini 100 is in the top group.
Fortunately, there are exhaustive ratings as to what models you might want
to consider, depending on your situation.

The $20 Sony you've been hearing about is the Sony SRF-59, widely
available and the receiver that started the whole UltraLight phenomenon.
There is a lot of info on this receiver at the DXer.ca website, including
Gary DeBock's initial review, an SRF-59 Sourcebook, and others.

Again, welcome!

Kevin S.
Bainbridge Island, WA

hey, just joined. forgot who, but somebody from here mentioned this
group on mediumwave group.

anyway, i've played with pretty much all kinds of radio and own more
than my wife knows. i may even own an ultralite. i've got a grundig
mini100. what does this group consider an ultralite? i'm assuming a
cheapie pocket am/fm. i hear in another group a lot about a little
$20.00 sony. \

last, is there a favorite? loaded question and i apologise, but i may
send a few $$$ to amazon for one soon.

thanks! jim n8rpi


newbie

Jim <banjojim@...>
 

hey, just joined. forgot who, but somebody from here mentioned this
group on mediumwave group.

anyway, i've played with pretty much all kinds of radio and own more
than my wife knows. i may even own an ultralite. i've got a grundig
mini100. what does this group consider an ultralite? i'm assuming a
cheapie pocket am/fm. i hear in another group a lot about a little
$20.00 sony. &#92;

last, is there a favorite? loaded question and i apologise, but i may
send a few $$$ to amazon for one soon.

thanks! jim n8rpi


Re: newbie

Gary DeBock
 

Hello Jim,
 
     This is Gary (N7EKX), and welcome to our Ultralight DX group.  We are happy to have you with us, as we enjoy our first full DXing season with tiny AM pocket radios.
 
     If you are considering a purchase of one of the top-rated models, you might wish to check out the Summertime Shootout article posted on DXer.Ca, in the "Ultralight File" section.  This very detailed document will give you full information on all the top models, and how they compare in sensitivity, selectivity, nulling ability, spurs and images, AGC, audio quality, digital tuning noise, and quality control record.  After reading this article, you will be as well informed as any Ultralight fanatic, and certainly able to choose your dream radio for the DX season.
 
     DXer.Ca, our home web site, also contains many other interesting files relating to modifications, definitions (so you can know which radios qualify as official Ultralight models), suggestions for transoceanic DX chasing, antennas, etc.  We all are thrilled to enjoy this new form of AM-DXing, and you are joining the group at the perfect time.  Have fun, Jim!
 
     73,  Gary DeBock 




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Re: NEW Ultralight Logging This Morning at SUNRISE..........

John Cereghin <pastor@...>
 

Robert,

I heard the exact same station this morning on the SRF-59 barefoot at
0630 (nine minutes after you logged them)! My 704th overall station
and number 330 for the ULs. Small world, ain't it!

John Cereghin
Smyrna DE

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Robert S.Ross VA3SW" <va3sw@...>
wrote:

HI Guys:

One new logging this morning at Sunrise on the Ultralight SONY
SRF-T615.

This was also a NEW LOGGING for the OVERALL LOG!!

ULR LOG Total is now............................487 Stations Heard.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

73........ROB.


***********************************************************************
1330 WEBO Oswego, NY Sept/30/08 0621 EDT EE GOOD
ID given by Male DJ as "News Radio 1330 WEBO". Into "For Once in my
Life"
by Stevie Wonder. Same ID after song..."News Radio 1330 WEBO".

NEW STATION for Overall Log ULR # 487 Heard 5 KW/50 Watts Nights
ROSS, ONT.
*************************************************************************

Robert S. Ross VA3SW
London, Ontario CANADA


JOAK-594

Allen Willie
 

 
 
(Gary wrote :)  JOAK-594 was booming in at 1349, so I grabbed the smallest Ultralight on the planet, the 1.19" loopstick Sony SRF-S84 (1.4 ounces). 
 
 
Very nice catch Gary ! 
 
 
73
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland


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congratulations to Paul Logan and new log last night

Allen Willie
 

 
 
 
  Hi Guys,
 
 First of all, Congratulations to Paul Logan on logging # 400 . Way to go Paul !!
Last night was pretty decent conditions , logged a new one as follows:
 
 
702 khz - China Radio Intl via Col de la Mandone, Monte Carlo Monaco   9/29/08  21:34 UTC w/ chinese program then into french 
 
 
 
73
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
SRF-M37V  barefoot
 
 


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Re: Puyallup, WA TP's for 9-30- Sony SRF-S84 Saves the Day

satya@...
 

Way to go, Gary - you've reached yet another milestone by coaxing the S84
into receiving a TP! What other feats of magic are up your sleeve?

Kevin S
Bainbridge Island, WA

Good Morning,

It was quite obvious at first check (1315) that last night's great
TA
conditions had somehow fizzled out, at least at this modest DX location.
The
powerhouses and a few other seasonal powers had good audio, but there
were
only anemic carriers on the other frequencies I was chasing (945,1035,
1143,
etc.), so I decided to try for a new kind of thrill.

JOAK-594 was booming in at 1349, so I grabbed the smallest
Ultralight
on the planet, the 1.19" loopstick Sony SRF-S84 (1.4 ounces). The radio
practically looks like an attachment to the headphone plug. Anyway, after
some
serious tuning and nulling of CKBD-600, I had a decent heterodyne on the
ultra-tiny radio, and proceeded to wait for the TP signal to come up. It
finally
did! JOAK-594 was received at my very modest, salt-water free location
on the
smallest Ultralight on the planet. What a thrill!

Which points out the biggest advantage of Ultralight DXing-- you can
choose your own challenge level, from the "full pachage" modified E100
(with
performance exceeding that of a stock ICF-2010 or E1) down to the
microscopic
SRF-S84, which forces you to use all your DXing skill for the strongest
of
TP's. What a great new way to enjoy a great hobby!

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NEW Ultralight Logging This Morning at SUNRISE......CITY CORRECTION!!

robert ross
 

HI Guys:

Thanks to Greg Shoom for pointing out to me that this station I
logged below is located in OWEGO NY.....not OSWEGO!! Please note
correction!!

73........ROB.


***********************************************************************
1330 WEBO Owego, NY Sept/30/08 0621 EDT EE GOOD
ID given by Male DJ as "News Radio 1330 WEBO". Into "For Once in my Life"
by Stevie Wonder. Same ID after song..."News Radio 1330 WEBO".

NEW STATION for Overall Log ULR # 487 Heard 5 KW/50 Watts Nights
ROSS, ONT.
*************************************************************************

Robert S. Ross VA3SW
London, Ontario CANADA


Re: Recent Loggings / 400 Mark passed

robert ross
 

Paul Logan wrote:

    Hi all,

some new ones over the last couple of days and some milestones  -

WTIC Hartford is station 400 logged
WHAS Louisville is US State 22 logged
Venezuela Llanera 960 is my first Venezuelan / South American.

Now on 409 stations and realising 500 is an enormous feat - good luck to Rob and Allen as they get closer to the target!      
















Way to Go Paul!!! You`re making it hard to stay ahead of you!! HAHAHHHA...I only wish I had as many Transatlantics as you!! Heck I wish I had ONE TransAtlantic!!! I see you logged a couple of my Semi-Locals CHAM and CKLW...that`s pretty COOL!!

Paul.....I still haven`t received your Awards Submissions that you said you sent the other day...so please let me know when you send them..so I can Confirm with you that I have got them!!

Keep up the good work!!

I have a Big 4 Foot Box Loop that I built many years ago.....but haven`t used in as many years!!! I think I`m gonna pull it outta storage and see what it will do for me!! All of my Loggings to date have been done BAREFOOT so far and I think I`ll try to get to 500 BAREFOOT..but then I may need some help to stay a few Stations ahead of you guys on the SALT WATER!! AHHAHHHA...

You`re right Paul...It is a Riot isn`t it!! We should have been using these for the last 30 Years....if only we had known!!

Gary Debock.......what hath  thou wrought!!!

73.......ROB

Robert S. RossVA3SW









Recent Loggings / 400 Mark passed

Paul Logan
 

Hi all,

some new ones over the last couple of days and some milestones  -

WTIC Hartford is station 400 logged
WHAS Louisville is US State 22 logged
Venezuela Llanera 960 is my first Venezuelan / South American.

Now on 409 stations and realising 500 is an enormous feat - good luck to Rob and Allen as they get closer to the target!

Heres what was logged: Those marked * were using the 4 foot loop. Otherwise barefoot SRF39FP.

950    Radio Reloj, Havana,     10    Cuba    06:13    28/09/2008 *
960    Radio Reloj, Guantanamo    10    Cuba    06:14    28/09/2008 *
640    CBN St. Johns, NL    10    Canada    06:18    28/09/2008
800    VOWR, Saint Johns, NL    2.5    Canada    06:25    28/09/2008
1180    Radio Rebelde, Cuba, several sites    50    Cuba    06:35    28/09/2008 *
1530    Celtic Music Radio, Glasgow    0.7    Scotland    06:50    28/09/2008
576    Rádio Sim (Renascença), Braga    10    Portugal    05:20    29/09/2008
558    RNE5 Monte Pastoriza, Gallicia Regional prog.    10    Spain    05:52    29/09/2008
750    CBGY, Bonavista Bay, NL    10    Canada    06:13    29/09/2008
820    CHAM Hamilton ON,    10    Canada    06:19    29/09/2008
1080    WTIC Hartford, CT    50    USA    06:20    29/09/2008
1130    KFAN, Minneapolis, MN    25    USA    06:39    29/09/2008 *
738    BBC Hereford and Worcester, Worcester    0.037    England    07:39    29/09/2008 *
650    WSM Nashville, TN    50    USA    06:16    30/09/2008
800    CKLW Windsor, ON    50    Canada    06:19    30/09/2008
840    WHAS Louisville, KY    50    USA    06:21    30/09/2008
960    WEAV Plattsburgh, NY    5    USA    06:23    30/09/2008*
930    WBEN Buffalo, NY    5    USA    06:27    30/09/2008 *
960    Venezuela Llanera, Acarigua.    25    Venezuela    06:30    30/09/2008 *
1050    CHUM Toronto, ON    50    Canada    06:38    30/09/2008

This is getting to be a lot of fun - I am completely addicted!, Im now looking at maybe some ferrite upgrades but being technically challeneged this may be some..fun !.

Im not going to start pouring over frequency lists for the next 90! See if there is anything obvious that I have missed.

regards and 73'

Paul Logan,
Lisnaskea, N. Ireland

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NEW Ultralight Logging This Morning at SUNRISE..........

robert ross
 

HI Guys:

One new logging this morning at Sunrise on the Ultralight SONY SRF-T615.

This was also a NEW LOGGING for the OVERALL LOG!!

ULR LOG Total is now............................487 Stations Heard.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

73........ROB.


***********************************************************************
1330 WEBO Oswego, NY Sept/30/08 0621 EDT EE GOOD
ID given by Male DJ as "News Radio 1330 WEBO". Into "For Once in my Life"
by Stevie Wonder. Same ID after song..."News Radio 1330 WEBO".

NEW STATION for Overall Log ULR # 487 Heard 5 KW/50 Watts Nights
ROSS, ONT.
*************************************************************************

Robert S. Ross VA3SW
London, Ontario CANADA


Puyallup, WA TP's for 9-30- Sony SRF-S84 Saves the Day

Gary DeBock
 

Good Morning,
 
     It was quite obvious at first check (1315) that last night's great TA conditions had somehow fizzled out, at least at this modest DX location.  The powerhouses and a few other seasonal powers had good audio, but there were only anemic carriers on the other frequencies I was chasing (945,1035, 1143, etc.), so I decided to try for a new kind of thrill.
 
     JOAK-594 was booming in at 1349, so I grabbed the smallest Ultralight on the planet, the 1.19" loopstick Sony SRF-S84 (1.4 ounces).  The radio practically looks like an attachment to the headphone plug. Anyway, after some serious tuning and nulling of CKBD-600, I had a decent heterodyne on the ultra-tiny radio, and proceeded to wait for the TP signal to come up.  It finally did!  JOAK-594 was received at my very modest, salt-water free location on the smallest Ultralight on the planet.  What a thrill!
 
    Which points out the biggest advantage of Ultralight DXing--  you can choose your own challenge level, from the "full pachage" modified E100 (with performance exceeding that of a stock ICF-2010 or E1) down to the microscopic SRF-S84, which forces you to use all your DXing skill for the strongest of TP's.  What a great new way to enjoy a great hobby!
 
     73, Gary 




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Re: size sangean dt-400 vs sony srf-59

lrdheat
 

My Sangean 400 performance is virtually the same as my 200VX, both of which are more sensitive than the 59. The 59's selectivity is slightly better than the 400, but the 59's nulling is outstanding, allowing for surprising results 10 KHz away from a local over a SMALL nulling window of a 360 degree circle.
 
2 notes:
 
Position of fingers on the unit impact nulling...In my case, I find that my thumb on the tuning wheel with fingers across raised part of the back about level with the tuning wheel is quite good.
 
Try both nulling windows on the 360 circle...I initially assumed that they would be the same, but often, one produces a much more successful null.
 
Heatwave


--- On Mon, 9/29/08, Dennis Gibson wrote:
From: Dennis Gibson
Subject: [ultralightdx] Re: size sangean dt-400 vs sony srf-59
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Monday, September 29, 2008, 9:14 PM

I can measure them if you want. The Sangean is taller and the SRF-59
is wider.

The DT-400W's selectivity leaves a lot to be desired but it's quite a
bit more sensitive than a properly aligned SRF-59 and noticeably more
sensitive than a stock SRF-59. I have three low power AM's (1 KW or
less) a little over a mile away. They are a disaster on the Sangean
but the Sony does fairly well. On the Sangean very strong signals from
hundreds of miles away are sometimes quite listenable on the next
frequency up. The problem isn't quite as bad once I get away from
these three locals but I'm disappointed in the Sangean.

--- In ultralightdx@ yahoogroups. com, "starship20012001"
wrote:
>
> how much bigger is the DT-400 (the yellow one) VS the sony srf-59.
> also how bad is the selectivity vs srf-59 i have a couple strong
> locals.



Re: size sangean dt-400 vs sony srf-59

Dennis Gibson <wb6tnb@...>
 

I can measure them if you want. The Sangean is taller and the SRF-59
is wider.

The DT-400W's selectivity leaves a lot to be desired but it's quite a
bit more sensitive than a properly aligned SRF-59 and noticeably more
sensitive than a stock SRF-59. I have three low power AM's (1 KW or
less) a little over a mile away. They are a disaster on the Sangean
but the Sony does fairly well. On the Sangean very strong signals from
hundreds of miles away are sometimes quite listenable on the next
frequency up. The problem isn't quite as bad once I get away from
these three locals but I'm disappointed in the Sangean.

--- In ultralightdx@..., "starship20012001"
<norbert_1226@...> wrote:

how much bigger is the DT-400 (the yellow one) VS the sony srf-59.
also how bad is the selectivity vs srf-59 i have a couple strong
locals.


Today's Ultralight Loggings.............2 NEW Stations for ULR Log and Overall Log...............

robert ross
 

Hi Guys:

Only DX'ing I was able to do so far today was at Sunrise and I was rewarded with 2 NEW Stations for the Overall Log and the ULR Log!! Both stations were from NORTH CAROLINA......and were pleasant surprises!

Radio used for these receptions was the SONY SRF-T615 BAREFOOT..........

ULR LOG Totals are now..............486 Stations Heard
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

73..ROB.

************************************************************************
830 WTRU Kernersville, NC Sept/29/08 0555 EDT EE GOOD
Relig Talk @ 0555-0600 EDT. Multi City ID as "WTRU Kernersville,
Winston Salem & ???". "WTRU DOT Com" Spot. Into News. ID as
"The Sound of Worship" and "The Truth".

NEW STN. ULR # 485 50 KW/10 KW
ROSS, ONT.
**************************************************************************
1370 WTAB Taber City, NC Sept/29/08 0625 EDT EE GOOD
"North Carolina Network Sports" by Male DJ @ 0625 EDT. ID as "You're Listening
to North Carolina Network Sports". North Carolina Tourism Spot. Tim Hall was Reading
Sports. Checked Network webpage and this is the ONLY NC Station on 1370 Carrying this
Sports Broadcast @ 25 after the hour.

NEW STNN. ULR # 486 5 KW/109 Nights
ROSS, ONT
*****************************************************************************

Robert S. Ross VA3SW
London, Ontario CANADA


Monday new ULR loggings

Tim Davisson
 

SRF-59, barefoot, all Monday, 9/29/08, EDT:

1550 WIGN/Bristol, TN, 7:20pm, gospel.
1470 WBTX/Broadway-Timerland, VA, 7:29pm, s/off anmt.
1430 WXNT/Indianapolis, IN, 7:47pm, "news-talk 14-30".
1390 WMPO/Middleport-Pomeroy, OH, 7:54pm, sports-talk network.

Am up to 136 stations heard on the SRF-59....and I'm not yet
counting most of the about 30 local/regionals that I get all the
time, and probably 20 or so 50kwers heard all the time. So, I've got
a ways to go.

This past Saturday talked to a ham buddy here in my area. He's been
on the DXer.ca website, and got interested in ULR. I told him about
a local K-Mart that only had a few SRF-59's left...and he went to
the store and bought the last 2 of them!

His ham activities is all QRP (less than 5 watts, mostly battery
powered morse-code/CW)...and he is an long-time AM DXer, but is
facinated with the ULR phenomenon.

73's,

Tim, KD8GZ
Norton, Ohio


Re: new one logged

robert ross
 

At 07:46 AM 9/28/2008, Allen Willie wrote:



Hi Everyone,
I did manage to hear a new one early this morning as follows:

990 khz - CBW - Winnipeg, Manitoba 8:00 UTC 9/28/08 w/ CBC News, talk
by woman , mention of CBC then into CBC Overnight ; fair at times
( heard under CBY Cornerbrook, Newfoundland , also a CBC station ) *** NEW
*** on ULR

That's Station # 360 on ULR's now of which exactly half (180 ) are
Transatlantics heard.


73
Allen Willie

Allen good work on the Manitoba Station!! I hear that one quite often on
the ULR's...even with a LOCAL CFPL 980 right next door..it gets out pretty
well!!
OK on # 360 heard with HALF of them being TransAtlantics!! That is
Amazing!! I thought you may have heard a few more than 360 as you seemed to
be cleaning up there for a while.....but I think a Good Deal of your 360
Heard are PRIMO DX STATIONS!!! I am now sitting at 486 ULR's Heard after
hearing 2 New Stations from North Carolina this morning at SUNRISE!! It had
been a bit of Drought here lately with nothing New Heard for a while. I'm
not sure what the Saturation Point is for Stations Heard on an
Ultralight..but I think I'm getting close!! AHHAHAHAHA....I'm sure I'll
continue to hear new ones.......but Man it sure was a lot easier when I
only had 200 heard than it is now!! Just makes us work a little harder I
guess.....

Keep logging them Allen......I'm sure this DX Season is gonna be a
Productive One for all ULR DX'ers.....It's really catching on...and there
are a Pile of Guys twisting the Dials of these Pocket Marvels......it's
gonna be interesting to see what the Winter brings!!!

73..............ROB.


Robert S. Ross VA3SW
Box 1003, Stn. B.
London, Ontario
CANADA N6A5K1

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Re: New UL Countries this morning

Paul Logan
 

Hi Allen,

Im surprised I had never heard Mauritania before on 783 -  I was tuning around and heard the Muezzin and wondered what it was - everything behind me needs to be daylight to hear it.

Same for the Canaries and Azores.

Was looking at your photos in the files section - boy what a location you are in. One day I'd love to DX from Newfieland.

73'

Paul Logan,
Lisnaskea, N. Ireland

Listening Homepage: http://geocities.com/yogi540/
Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/radiofotos/
Video: http://www.youtube.com/user/yogi540

--- On Sun, 28/9/08, Allen Willie wrote:
From: Allen Willie
Subject: [ultralightdx] Re: New UL Countries this morning
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Sunday, 28 September, 2008, 12:40 AM

 
 
Re: New UL Countries this morning (Paul Logan)
 
Wonderful on the Mauritania and Mexico logs Paul ! I've tried myself for Mauritania from here a time or two. It seems to be there on my other rig but so far nothing strong enough to log any definite details  on ULR's yet here . Maybe the ongoing and upcoming  good seasonal conditions will change that  for me. !
 
 
73
 
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland


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