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Re: Going to do the 300-in-30 Days Challenge

robert ross
 

At 11:55 AM 10/9/2008, you wrote:


I figure I might as well bite the bullet and try to log 300 stations
in 30 days with my SRF-59s and DT-200VX. The end of the 30 days ties
in with the end of the Fall Follies, so why not?

I'm currently at 347 UL stations, so hopefully, the more intensive
listening will push me over (or at least closer to) the magic 400
station mark. At worst, I'd like to be at 400 stations by the end of
the year.

I got 38 stations so far this morning, just mainly knocking off all my
locals and daytimers.

John Cereghin
Smyrna DE

John....Good Luck with the 300 in 30 Days Challenge!!! I'm sure you can
pull it off....several others have completed the Task since I originally
did back in Jan of 2008!! Just spend lots of time at the dials and they
will come!! Make sure you listen at various times..Sunrise, Sunset, Mid Day
and Evening...to maximize your chances. Also keep an eye on what everyone
else is hearing....especially Flash Tips for stations that are On Late, or
Testing or just coming in unusually well on certain nights!! That can help
to Bolster your Totals. At least you're taking on the Challenge at an
opportune time with Excellent Conditions at this time of the year!!

I look forward to checking your Logs in a month...and approving your "300
in 30 Days" Award from the ULR Awards Committee!!

Go Get "em John.....

73.....ROB.


Robert S. Ross VA3SW
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Eton E100 goes to Granite Pier (Ultralight Delight)

MarkWA1ION
 

On the evening of 8 OCT 2008, I did an after-work sunset period DX
outing to the Granite Pier site (GC= 42.667 N / 70.621 W) in
Rockport, MA. This is generally considered the best MW DXing
location in the metro-Boston area.

Besides the usual Drake R8A live tuning and SDR-IQ spectrum-capturing
(results to be published later), I took along an Eton
E100 "ultralight" portable receiver.

I was quite surprised at the number of "barefoot" loggings I could
manage on this tiny radio since, at home, results have been
unspectacular. As in real estate, it's "location, location,
location" with DXing too.

The following concise list of "barefoot" E100 logs made from 2331 to
0048 UTC (7:31 to 8:48 p.m. EDT) will be augmented by a greater-
detail list later on.

*** Transatlantic ***

549 Algeria - poor
603 France over Spain - good
612 Morocco - fair peak
684 Spain - occasionally through WRKO slop
747 Netherlands - fair peak past CBGY slop
756 Germany - fair
783 Mauritania - sometimes popping through CFDR slop
855 Spain - occasionally through WEEI-850 & CJBC-860 slop
864 France - fair
873 Spain - poor
882 UK - sometimes through WCBS slop
909 UK - tangling with similar strength WABI-910: audios taking
turns, plus screamer het. Tight filter would have helped.
954 Spain - fair peak
1116 Spain - poor
1134 Croatia - fair
1170 UAE - over WWVA after WFPB went off
1206 France - fair
1215 UK - good
1314 Spain - poor
1377 France - fair, WMYF-1380 (north) nulled
1422 Germany over Algeria - fair
1575 UAE - fair

*** Pan-Am besides common US, Canada, Cuba, Venezuela ***

555 St. Kitts & Nevis - fair peak
630 Puerto Rico - noted with radio pointed SE to null WPRO to the SW

I also tried coupling the car rooftop antenna (2 m by 2 m Micro-
SuperLoop) to the E100 with the Radio Shack model 15-1853 passive
loop. The coaxial cable from the SuperLoop's eastern lower corner
16:1 transformer was fed to the Radio Shack loop's external input
jack and the loop was tuned to the frequency of interest while placed
in close proximity to the E100. The other corner of the SuperLoop
was connected to a pot adjusted to reduce signals from the west and
southwest. This arrangement worked splendidly !

Many more TA stations could be heard this way since the cardioid
pattern of the rooftop SuperLoop drastically reduced domestic QRM
from NYC etc. that came in at full clout on the "barefoot" E100 since
Europe is in the opposite direction of many domestic pests. I
thought I would have to insert an RPA-1 amp in the line from the
SuperLoop to the Radio Shack loop but, no, that was not necessary as
the completely passive set-up coupled plenty of signal to the Eton.
Of course the Radio shack loop had minimal self pick-up since it was
being used inside the car. Had it been outdoors, I probably would
have needed the RPA-1 to make sure the SuperLoop pick-up swamped out
anything the Radio Shack loop might be getting itself.

Among stations noted with the "unlimited ultralight" set-up of
SuperLoop via Radio Shack loop air-coupled to the E100 was Djibouti-
1431 for the longest haul of the night.

The pre-sunset period (approx. 2200 UTC / 6 p.m. local) was totally
crazy as I was first getting set up. Monster TA's all over the
place. Midband (1000-1250) was unbelievable, almost "Newfie-
sounding". I should have left work earlier I guess.

The live Drake R8A listening uncovered the Nigerian (?) on 917
hetting Spain-918 and pushing audio once in a while. Also noted was
595 which I think is Morocco ex-594. I have a number of SDR-IQ
captures to wade through over the next week or two. It will be
interesting to compare with what's going on at DXpeditions in PEI
Canada and Grayland, WA.

The ultralight Eton E100 was just brought along as a sort of lark but
it added extra "zing" to the mini-DXpedition that I would not have
imagined.

Mark Connelly, WA1ION - Billerica, MA, USA


Going to do the 300-in-30 Days Challenge

John Cereghin <pastor@...>
 

I figure I might as well bite the bullet and try to log 300 stations
in 30 days with my SRF-59s and DT-200VX. The end of the 30 days ties
in with the end of the Fall Follies, so why not?

I'm currently at 347 UL stations, so hopefully, the more intensive
listening will push me over (or at least closer to) the magic 400
station mark. At worst, I'd like to be at 400 stations by the end of
the year.

I got 38 stations so far this morning, just mainly knocking off all my
locals and daytimers.

John Cereghin
Smyrna DE


E100 new TP receptions

Dennis Vroom <dennisvroom@...>
 

 
Hello,
 
A few new TP's heard on the Steve Ratzlaff modified E100 in
recent mornings.
 
558       Japan  JOCR 1258 utc fair with woman in Japanese. 10-08-08
1278     Japan  JOFR 1326 utc weak in Japanese. 10-07-08
1377     China  1356 utc fair with man/woman in Chinese.  //4460.  10-06-08
 
Dennis,
Salmon Creek, WA
E100 NW Ewe and Palstar MW550P tune/preamp


Re: Eton E100 IF Filter Modification Service Available

Steve Ratzlaff <steveratz@...>
 

As the person who will be doing the filter and external antenna mods on the E100, it may save a lot of emails to me if I state the costs in advance.
The filter mod is $53 for the filter, $50 for labor, plus shipping costs back to you.
The external antenna mod for the stock loopstick is $15 total plus shipping costs back to you.
I can't afford to stock more than a couple of filters at a time; you may have some wait to get your radio back if I'm out of filters when I receive your radio and have to order more filters.
73,
Steve Ratzlaff AA7U
NE Oregon

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2008 6:22 PM
Subject: [ultralightdx] Eton E100 IF Filter Modification Service Available

Hello Guys,
 
     Several requests have been received by DXers eager to have their Eton E100 Ultralight radios modified with the outstanding Murata CFJ455K5 IF filter (the same narrow filter used in the Eton E1 portable).  The replacement of the stock 455 kHz filter with this premium ceramic filter (as suggested by Guy Atkins in his superb technical article, recently published in NRC's DX News) truly makes the tiny E100 a super-selective receiver for all types of DXing missions, both foreign and domestic.
 
     The original designers of the E100 modifications (John Bryant, Guy Atkins and myself) have all used this outstanding ceramic filter in actual TP DXing sessions, and have been deeply impressed by its ability to split off weak TP stations adjacent to strong domestic QRM.
 
     Steve Ratzlaff, a highly qualified ex-Navy sonar repair technican with extensive professional electronic experience, has offered to perform this E100 modification for interested DXers.  Steve has already performed this modification for fellow TP-DXer Dennis Vroom, who was highly satisfied. Those having interest in this procedure should contact Steve directly at steveratz@..., to discuss terms.
 
     Steve is also able to perform the E100 modification of installing an external antenna inductive coupling loop to the stock loopstick, which would enable DXers to use their existing external antennas to chase DX with the E100 Ultralight (and compete in the Ultralight Awards program's "Unlimited Class").  For DXers with effective external antennas, this would be a quick way to experience the fun and excitement of Ultralight radio DXing, while maintaining the competitive edge of their directional EWE's, Conti Loops, K9AY's, etc. Please contact Steve with any questions about this procedure.
 
     73 and Good DX,
 
     Gary DeBock
 
   




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Eton E100 IF Filter Modification Service Available

Gary DeBock
 

Hello Guys,
 
     Several requests have been received by DXers eager to have their Eton E100 Ultralight radios modified with the outstanding Murata CFJ455K5 IF filter (the same narrow filter used in the Eton E1 portable).  The replacement of the stock 455 kHz filter with this premium ceramic filter (as suggested by Guy Atkins in his superb technical article, recently published in NRC's DX News) truly makes the tiny E100 a super-selective receiver for all types of DXing missions, both foreign and domestic.
 
     The original designers of the E100 modifications (John Bryant, Guy Atkins and myself) have all used this outstanding ceramic filter in actual TP DXing sessions, and have been deeply impressed by its ability to split off weak TP stations adjacent to strong domestic QRM.
 
     Steve Ratzlaff, a highly qualified ex-Navy sonar repair technican with extensive professional electronic experience, has offered to perform this E100 modification for interested DXers.  Steve has already performed this modification for fellow TP-DXer Dennis Vroom, who was highly satisfied. Those having interest in this procedure should contact Steve directly at steveratz@..., to discuss terms.
 
     Steve is also able to perform the E100 modification of installing an external antenna inductive coupling loop to the stock loopstick, which would enable DXers to use their existing external antennas to chase DX with the E100 Ultralight (and compete in the Ultralight Awards program's "Unlimited Class").  For DXers with effective external antennas, this would be a quick way to experience the fun and excitement of Ultralight radio DXing, while maintaining the competitive edge of their directional EWE's, Conti Loops, K9AY's, etc. Please contact Steve with any questions about this procedure.
 
     73 and Good DX,
 
     Gary DeBock
 
   




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logs last night

Allen Willie
 

 
Hi Guys,
 
Logs from last night as follows:
 
1476 khz - ORF Wien, Austria   10/7/08  21:48 UTC  w/ band type waltz musical selections, german commentary;
 
1530 khz - Vatican Radio Vatican  10/7/08  21:51 UTC w/ programming in Italian
 
1575 khz - RAI Uno  Genova, Italy  10/7/08  21:58 UTC  w/ women commentary in Italian , frequency given , music
 
1179 khz - Radio Sweden  Solvesborg, Sweden  10/7/08  22:23 UTC  w/ Swedish programming , mentions of  Sweden
 
1160 khz - KSL Salt Lake City, Utah   10/8/08  8:59 UTC  w/ local ads, Subway Ad , 1160 KSL ID
 
 
73
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
SRF-M37V


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Re: Earbuds / dealextreme

huelbe_garcia@fastimap.com <huelbe_garcia@...>
 

Hi,

there's a (seems to be) new site called www.dealextreme.com (DX for
short). They sell lots of cheap gadgets from China, including the
earphones you are looking for[1].

I have no relation with them, but I bought a few itens from DX. Quality
of the products varies widely! Fortunately, the site allows reviews
(text, photos and videos) from past buyers so you can read some
opinions.

I found specially useful their battery case for AA and AAA cells[2].

[1] http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.33
[2] http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.3558

----- Original message -----
From: "Dennis Gibson" <wb6tnb@...>
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Wed, 08 Oct 2008 05:13:35 -0000
Subject: [ultralightdx] Earbuds

I'm looking for some earbuds to improve the intelligibility of the
E100. I want the kind that stays in your ear, not the kind that comes
with radios. I have lots of headphones but none of them really improve
the sound very much.

Someone on one of the radio lists who has a hearing disability
recommended one that look really good but a lot of the reviews on
Amazon said they are way too bassy. They were probably intended for
listening to music.

Any recommendations?


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Re: Earbuds

Jay Heyl
 


Re: Earbuds

texnote
 

Sony MDR-EX81LP and Sennheiser CX300 are good choices.

Paul

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Dennis Gibson" <wb6tnb@...> wrote:

I'm looking for some earbuds to improve the intelligibility of the
E100. I want the kind that stays in your ear, not the kind that comes
with radios. I have lots of headphones but none of them really improve
the sound very much.

Someone on one of the radio lists who has a hearing disability
recommended one that look really good but a lot of the reviews on
Amazon said they are way too bassy. They were probably intended for
listening to music.

Any recommendations?


Earbuds

Dennis Gibson <wb6tnb@...>
 

I'm looking for some earbuds to improve the intelligibility of the
E100. I want the kind that stays in your ear, not the kind that comes
with radios. I have lots of headphones but none of them really improve
the sound very much.

Someone on one of the radio lists who has a hearing disability
recommended one that look really good but a lot of the reviews on
Amazon said they are way too bassy. They were probably intended for
listening to music.

Any recommendations?


Re: latest logs / 7000 miles on an SRF39fp

Paul Logan
 

Hi folks,

this is really getting out of hand -  Ive just logged the following on a 2 x 1 loop

AM 1620 Mar Del Plata Argentina, yl with id after om in talk, easy copy on an SRF 39FP. 7006 miles / 11276 km first heard around 23:30 utc.

I went out in my yard to see if I could catch it barefoot and it was barely audible but resting the Sony on the garden gate - all metal - brought it right in! I wont claim this one barefoot tonight but it'll go in the log sooner or later, its a clear freq here.

I agree with everyone else I dont think I've ever had so much fun BCB dx'ing ( well, apart from TA Fm in 2003)

I wonder what the rest of the DX community make of us lol.

To read some of the logs posted here, I mean they are world class, the radios might be small but the results are breathtaking.

I better go to bed I've been trying to nail that Argentine for the last couple of hours barefoot, dont think its happening tonight.

Paul Logan,
Lisnaskea, N. Ireland

















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e100 and batteries

Jim <banjojim@...>
 

sorta responding to 2 different posts, one i believe considering the
purchase of the e100, the other battery life.

i bought my e100 by mistake. i saw it in an electronics store in
ottawa, thought i'd read it had ssb, and was impressed by it's size and
looks, and bought it. i was disappointed that i was wrong about the
ssb, but still have been very happy with the radio. its a tight little
box. if it had ssb, it'd be near perfect in my book. its my travel
radio. (ok, one of..)

battery life seems good to me. i use name brand 2600mah rechargeables.
i've probably recharged them 4 times in the past year, but the way i
carry my radio in a bag, i sometimes turn off the key lock and have had
it on many times without knowing it. i have tried no-name nmh
rechargeables from ebay and haven't found any i'd buy again. i don't
like to equate dollars with quality but thus far it has been the case
with me.

jim n8rpi


Re: latest logs

Gary DeBock
 

Hi Allen, Rob and Paul,

I would have to agree with Allen that Ultralight radio has made
this year my most exciting DX season ever (and I've been at it since
1967). The chance to chase TP's with a superbly hot-rodded E100
(guided by a fanatically hot-rodded ICF-2010)is so much fun that it
should be illegal! Like Paul mentioned, pocket radio AM-DXing is
thrilling to the point of becoming addictive (in a positive sort of
way). I'm very happy that the phenomena has caught on like wildfire,
and that we are spreading excitement and enthusiasm throughout the AM-
DX community. Keep up the great work, guys!

73, Gary DeBock

--- In ultralightdx@..., Allen Willie <vo1_001_swl@...>
wrote:

Hi Everyone,
 
Rob and Paul,
 
Thanks for the comments on my latest logs. Yes it is quite a
problem to have,  trying to hear Jamaica  through Greenland's QRM. ha
ha ! .
 
 You know  , during most of my years back in Alberta I used to be
in awe of what the guys in this area or on Dxpedition  would be
hearing , and to now actually be living it . It doesn't get any
better !. With the turn in the solar cycle coming I hope that many of
you out there will be experiencing  the Trans-Atlantics  that I am
hearing here on a nightly basis.
 
As Rob Ross mentioned , about having  a blast just hearing what
others are logging  I agree fully!  
 
I know that I'm blessed to be in a prime DX location  here in
Newfoundland  but I receive just as much enjoyment from this amazing
ultralight  radio hobby when I hear folks hearing Croatia for the
first time , or logging their 500th station , or hearing our own
domestics from the other side of the ocean.
I don't think I've had as much fun and enjoyment as I have in my
40th year of Dxing this year with all of you and the architects who
began  this crazy ultralight radio phenomenon.
 
 
Regards to All
 
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
 


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Reporting QTH

John H. Bryant <bjohnorcas@...>
 

As far as I'm concerned, this is strictly up to the individual DXer.  For instance, I decided years ago that I wasn't going to distinguish between my own personal records for Grayland and Orcas Island, as far as TPs were concerned.... and I haven't and don't plan to, EXCEPT where contests require the DXer to be in one location.  In a contest, it seems to me that one location means just that.... and one is competing with others, so fairness becomes a serious issue.

On the otherhand for the Ultralight "Stations Heard" award, I'm just keeping a list from my place in Oklahoma... and totally ignoring the 150 or so stations that I've logged from Washington state and Peru. 

On the Firsts and Records list, we do keep record of the actual location of the DXer for each different record.... So some of mine (a few) say "Orcas Island," while most clearly say "Grayland."  This is the same pattern that I've noticed with the other denizens of Grayland.

Seems to make` sense to me....

John B.


At 06:45 PM 10/6/2008 -0400, you wrote:
Hi Kevin and John,
 
     How about any loggings within 100 air miles of your home address may be claimed, for the Awards program? (then my Grayland loggings would qualify  :>)    Or maybe within 250 air miles within of home, for John ?  :>)
 
  73,  Gary
 
       




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Re: latest logs

Marshall Cubitt <marshallve3txt@...>
 

allan
I know what what you man about the thill of a new one
last fall i finlally logged VOWR on 800 while not ulr iit was great .
took 37 years to logg NLbcb station with VO call think there is only 3 that have VO call
 
marshall


--- On Tue, 10/7/08, Allen Willie wrote:
From: Allen Willie
Subject: [ultralightdx] Re: latest logs
To: ultralightdx@...
Received: Tuesday, October 7, 2008, 1:44 PM

Hi Everyone,
 
Rob and Paul,
 
Thanks for the comments on my latest logs. Yes it is quite a problem to have,  trying to hear Jamaica  through Greenland's QRM. ha ha ! .
 
 You know  , during most of my years back in Alberta I used to be in awe of what the guys in this area or on Dxpedition  would be hearing , and to now actually be living it . It doesn't get any better !. With the turn in the solar cycle coming I hope that many of you out there will be experiencing  the Trans-Atlantics  that I am hearing here on a nightly basis.
 
As Rob Ross mentioned , about having  a blast just hearing what others are logging  I agree fully!  
 
I know that I'm blessed to be in a prime DX location  here in Newfoundland  but I receive just as much enjoyment from this amazing ultralight  radio hobby when I hear folks hearing Croatia for the first time , or logging their 500th station , or hearing our own domestics from the other side of the ocean.
I don't think I've had as much fun and enjoyment as I have in my 40th year of Dxing this year with all of you and the architects who began  this crazy ultralight radio phenomenon.
 
 
Regards to All
 
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
 


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Re: latest logs

Allen Willie
 

Hi Everyone,
 
Rob and Paul,
 
Thanks for the comments on my latest logs. Yes it is quite a problem to have,  trying to hear Jamaica  through Greenland's QRM. ha ha ! .
 
 You know  , during most of my years back in Alberta I used to be in awe of what the guys in this area or on Dxpedition  would be hearing , and to now actually be living it . It doesn't get any better !. With the turn in the solar cycle coming I hope that many of you out there will be experiencing  the Trans-Atlantics  that I am hearing here on a nightly basis.
 
As Rob Ross mentioned , about having  a blast just hearing what others are logging  I agree fully!  
 
I know that I'm blessed to be in a prime DX location  here in Newfoundland  but I receive just as much enjoyment from this amazing ultralight  radio hobby when I hear folks hearing Croatia for the first time , or logging their 500th station , or hearing our own domestics from the other side of the ocean.
I don't think I've had as much fun and enjoyment as I have in my 40th year of Dxing this year with all of you and the architects who began  this crazy ultralight radio phenomenon.
 
 
Regards to All
 
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
 


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Re: Rookie question on tuning steps

Nancy <naf1234@...>
 

Hi Steve:
This does help. I think I was getting confused between the barefoot
definition in the ultralite contest at dxer.com which doesn't appear
to allow a radio with shortwave capability vs. the typical barefoot
definition. Thanks.
Nancy

--- In ultralightdx@..., satya@... wrote:

Hi Nancy:

Yes, the Eton e100 is definitely an Ultralight. Despite the
pictures, it
does fit into one's shirt pocket, and the whip antenna for FM and
shortwave doesn't preclude it from being an UltraLight. I'm on the
Definitions Committee, and I recall that we looked closely at the e100's
size and features. It's amazing what they got into that little package!

By barefoot we mean nothing added to what came from the factory, so no
inductively-couple antenna (like a Terk or Select-A-Tenna), filter
replacement, or other modifications. You can align it to perform
properly
as-designed, but no change or addition of hardware is allowed to stay in
the Barefoot category.

Hope this helps - Kevin S
Bainbridge Island, WA

Is the eton e100 considered an ultralight in the barefoot class even
though it looks kind of big in the pictures and has an antenna?
Nancy


Re: logs

Paul Logan
 

Allen!

these logs are outrageous  - FROM THIS SIDE OF THE POND ! -

congrats on Jamaica ( I laughed at Robs "commiseration" on your qrm source on 720!)

a few new ones here in recent days but nothing too exotic,  conditions to the Americas from this end havnt been so good.

WIll post later when i get the list together.

Paul Logan,
Lisnaskea, N. Ireland

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--- On Tue, 7/10/08, Allen Willie wrote:
From: Allen Willie
Subject: [ultralightdx] logs
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Tuesday, 7 October, 2008, 3:15 PM

 
 
  Hi Guys,
 
A few new logs  over the last couple nights as follows:
 
 
1377 khz - 10/3/08   22:20 UTC - VOIRI Chahbahar, Iran w/ persian chants then into commentary (over France briefly) mentions of Iran ***NEW* on ULR and ovrall
 
1512 khz - 10/4/08   2:14 UTC - ERT Chania Greece/Crete w/ Greek commentary and vocals, musical selection"I Will Wait For You "  *** NEW *** on ULR and overall
 
1071 khz - 10/7/08  00:09 UTC - IRIB Qom, Iran  w/ interview in farsi or persian , man talking about Iraq and Iran  ***NEW ***  on ULR and overall
 
 720 khz - 10/7/08  1:30 UTC  - RJR Kingston, Jamaica  w/ english commentary by man with accent , mentions of Jamaica; island type music mixing with Greenland  *** NEW COUNTRY** * and *NEW** on ULR and overall ( For the amount of times I've seen this logged by others, it's my first time ! )
 
 
73
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
SRF-M37V barefoot


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Allen Willie has a BAD DAY......with GREENLAND Causing QRM to JAMAICA!!! AHHHAHA.....

robert ross
 

At 11:15 AM 10/7/2008, Allen Willie Wrote:



720 khz - 10/7/08 1:30 UTC - RJR Kingston, Jamaica w/ english
commentary by man with accent , mentions of Jamaica; island type music
mixing with Greenland *** NEW COUNTRY** * and *NEW** on ULR and overall
( For the amount of times I've seen this logged by others, it's my first
time ! )
73
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
SRF-M37V barefoot

Allen...I feel really bad for you Pardner.......Getting Jamaica for a NEW
Country....and having that %$$#@! Pest GRENNLAND cause Interference to your
Reception!! HAHHAHAHAHHA....That's Great Allen...if only we all could be so
Unfortunate to have Greenland cause QRM to what we're trying to log!!
HAHHAHHA....That is so funny Allen!! You are one lucky boy ........or in
your case......."One Lucky B'y"

Keep logging 'em Allen...I'm having a Heck of a time trying to stay 1/2
step ahead of you and Paul Logan over in Ireland. I think it's just a
matter of time before you guys leave me and everyone else in the
Dust!!! I'm having more fun watching what you guys are hearing than I am
logging them myself!! This is just too much fun for one man to handle!!

73........ROB.


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Box 1003, Stn. B.
London, Ontario
CANADA N6A5K1

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