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Re: Is there an #ultralightdx IRC channel? #ultralightdx

cdhascall@att.net <cdhascall@...>
 

With smartphones becoming more mainstream, it sounds like Twitter might be the best option to connect, especially with short messages (i.e. "Wxxx on late," or "TA's in the Pacific NW right now").


73,
Dave in Indy

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, "gerfmon" <gerfmon@...> wrote:



Hi Stephen, it seems as though chatrooms have lost the popularity they held a few years ago. I use to own and moderate a chatroom for a different hobby. Use to have some good crowds (10-15 people) and some good times chatting. But the users slowly lost interest and dwindled away. The room sits empty now, don't think anyone has been there in the last year.

I'm still in contact with some of the friends I made there via AIM, but nobody seems to be interested in a group chat.

Now I wouldn't mind joining an Ultralightdx chat as you suggest, but I'd prefer it not be policed as tight as you suggest. Sure, we don't want it taken over by people using $100,000 radio systems and antennas, but I wouldn't want to be "kicked" just because I want to discuss my PL-390 or mention what I heard on my Ebay $75 beat to heck Sony 2010. :)

73,
Jerry, KD0GS
Longmont, CO

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, "Stephen" <pianoplayer88key@> wrote:

Hi all....

Is there one that regularly features members here? I've lurked some in #mwdx, and am thinking I'd prefer to IRC with DXers that are,

So where's the #ultralightdx channel? It's not on StarChat where #mwdx is - I tried joining it and ended up creating it temporarily, and I'm not up to operating a channel. I just would prefer to chat with DXers more my size - ones that use equipment that doesn't have SSB, the radio including external physically connected components is under 20 cubic inches (an inductively coupled antenna wouldn't count toward the limit, but a slider loopstick would), and the radio, including modifications and external antennas, cost no more than $100 total. ;) Of course I know there's this group, but it's not exactly real time.


Re: Tecsun PL-660 not for me.

dave_m1ctk
 

Yes MIke OIRT with RDS also would be the icing on the cake I agree !


On 14 November 2010 14:41, Michael Evans - Mike MBR <michaelrae65@...> wrote:
 

There are two reason why I would not buy the new Tecsun PL-660 for one it has not got the OIRT band 63-74 MHz plus no RDS on VHF FM 87.50-108 MHz so no PI codes to identify that weak station.
Some may say, buy it for BCB MW only, and I say, sure go ahead if you want to waste £43.00 {$s !!} to my mind it's a incomplete radio,
as is on others coverage wise, and why do I need the OIRT band, well the former USSR is still on this band and I do get them well during a "Lift" Mike - UK.



Tecsun PL-660 not for me.

Michael Evans - Mike MBR <michaelrae65@...>
 

There are two reason why I would not buy the new Tecsun PL-660 for one it has not got the OIRT band 63-74 MHz plus no RDS on VHF FM 87.50-108 MHz so no PI codes to identify that weak station.
Some may say, buy it for BCB MW only, and I say, sure go ahead if you want to waste £43.00 {$s !!} to my mind it's a incomplete radio,
as is on others coverage wise, and why do I need the OIRT band, well the former USSR is still on this band and I do get them well during a "Lift" Mike - UK.


Newfoundland Ultralight Domestics Report Nov 13-14

Allen Willie
 

Hello To All,

An interesting Saturday evening to say the least, with the likes of certain stations audible throughout the early evening which are normally early morning visitors, one could feel "something in or rather on the air" was about to occur.
First sign of this was WYLL in Chicago and also CKPC in Brantford,Ontario in for most of the listening event, normally as mentioned, early morning arrivals.

Things heated up DX wise when it was discovered KWKH in Shreveport,Louisiana was audible and even at times dominating over the well heard WBBR.

Also in the mix of what could be deemed a rare DX gathering here in the North Atlantic, was the logging of WHBY 1150 in Kimberley,Wisconsin, not often heard here.

The peak of the evening was hearing KNX in Los Angeles on 1070 once again with decent audio all by itself for the most part. It too has only been logged by yours truly at this location a few times.

700 – WLW-Cincinnati, Oh 4:37UT/14 Talk show,biological talk
1070 – KNX-Los Angeles,Cal 4:04UT/14 CBS News,Weather,Traffic,mention of Santa Monica 58 Degrees , KNX ID
1100-WTAM-Cleveland,OH 00:28UT/14 Ice Cream Ad,Legal ID
1130-KWKH-Shreveport,Louisiana 00:38 – 2:11 UT at least /14 play by play of LSU Football game,country music after (Streaming//) and tips from other DXer's Thanks !!
***NEW ONE***
1150-WHBY-Kimberley,Wisc 00:30 UT/14 "For Breaking News 1150 WHBY" ID
1160-WYLL-Chicago,Illinois 23:50 UT/14 Legal ID, promos
1380-CKPC-Brantford,Ont 00:23 UT/14 Kenny Rogers-The Gambler, 1380 News Country CKPC ID (signal was in for most of the evening)

Receiver: SRF-M37V barefoot

Good DX
Allen Willie
St. John's,Newfoundland


Re: KNX 1070 Los Angeles

kevin asato <kc6pob@...>
 

take it please! it's invading my telephone line!

I am about 3.5 air miles from the KNX antenna farm and it gets into everything. Used to swamp an entire broadcast studio at my high school which is about half a mile from the towers. Being so close to the ocean here does not help as the salt air corrodes connections so that telephone lines and speaker leads become crystal radios.

73,
kevin
kc6pob


--- On Sat, 11/13/10, Allen Willie wrote:

From: Allen Willie
Subject: [ultralightdx] KNX 1070 Los Angeles
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Saturday, November 13, 2010, 8:17 PM

 

Anyone needing KNX 1070 in Los Angeles, it's in off and on again here tonight in St. John's,Newfoundland
 
 
Regards
 
Allen Willie



Re: KWKH 1130 heard in Newfoundland

gmosherat
 

Yup, It's readable here in Rochester, NY, country music, commercials, and finally a station ID at 12:48AM, all under WBBR. A new logging for me to on the Tecsun PL310. Inductivly connected to a 60 foot Long wire antenna.

Thanks for the tip.

Gregory Mosher


Re: recordings of KNX 1070

pianoplayer88key
 

Hehe I figured it wasn't quite as strong. ;) I have yet to log 590-VOCM at home, and being 7.7 miles east of 5kW IBOC 600-KOGO makes it even more difficult. Maybe the new PL-606 can do it, or would a 9' PVC loop have the selectivity to notch out KOGO and its IBOC, yet be able to tune to, say, 591 or 592 and hear VOCM in 1 kHz or 2 kHz mode on the PL-380 (or PL-606)?

Also, IIRC, one of those recordings has the KNX traffic sounder in it, which I think could be used as an aid in identification for DX reception. (Don't know that my near-S7 signal in the middle of the day would qualify as "DX":).)

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

RE: How's the signal?  Is it moderately strong like this?  Or is it only a
fairly good signal like this one?  BTW that's how strong KNX is received during
the day on my PL-380 at home from 111 miles away.  First recording is outside
with a Select-A-Tenna, second recording is in the house barefoot.


Hi Stephen,

The KNX signal when in,  was all by itself alone on the frequency but when the
fading started , it mixed with another station. The signal itself was very
readable but definitely didn't have the punch and volume obviously compared
to your recordings. The station's distance from us is 3450 miles or 5,556
kilometers


Good Dx
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland


Re: recordings of KNX 1070

Allen Willie
 

RE: How's the signal?  Is it moderately strong like this?  Or is it only a fairly good signal like this one?  BTW that's how strong KNX is received during the day on my PL-380 at home from 111 miles away.  First recording is outside with a Select-A-Tenna, second recording is in the house barefoot.
 
Hi Stephen,
 
The KNX signal when in,  was all by itself alone on the frequency but when the fading started , it mixed with another station. The signal itself was very readable but definitely didn't have the punch and volume obviously compared to your recordings. The station's distance from us is 3450 miles or 5,556 kilometers
 
 
Good Dx
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland


Puyallup, WA Ultralight TP's for 11-13

Gary DeBock
 

Hello All,
 
     Asian propagation this morning rebounded very nicely from yesterday's mediocre results, providing TP signals that were pretty vibrant-- especially in consideration of the elevated solar indexes. As such, results here were much closer to Steve's positive version.  
     Both "big gun" and second-tier Asians sounded very healthy around 1400, and it was a scramble to check them all during sunrise enhancement. Both 828-JOBB and 972-HLCA had their best signals of the season, as did 738-HLKG. 585-JOPG was unusually strong, along with 675-VOV and 756-CNR1. The Chinese lineup on 918, 927, 936 and 945 all were in audio at some time this morning, along with the Asian regulars on 603, 648, 657 and 666. A mystery co-channel on 639 was briefly dominant over CNR1 around 1455 (not // 594 or 1134), but co-channels on 972 and 1377 seemed to get lost in the "big gun" audio. Overall conditions were very favorable, but other than the 639 UnID no new or rare Asian stations were heard. Sick-sounding transmitters were back with a vengeance, though-- 738-BEL2's throbbing hum seemed to consume most of its modulation at times, and 657-Pyongyang's high-frequency audio seems to be missing. In relation to this, about the only surprising reception this morning was apparently hearing the infamous Pyongyang tirade-yelling OM and YL team on a vibrant 648-VOR at 1505 during the Korean program, with their distinctive rapid-fire shouted Korean. Hopefully this was just an aberration, and not an indication that this very noxious programming is really part of a new 648-VOR schedule.
 
     The following were heard on a C.Crane SWP Slider model (7.5" loopstick) inductively coupled to a 9' sided PVC tuned passive loop (in the back yard). A modified ICF-2010 (30" loopstick) was used as an SSB spotting receiver:
 
558  HLQH  Daegu, S. Korea  Fair-good music at 1423, // 603
585  JOPG  Kushiro, Japan  Good Japanese talk at 1412, // 594
594  JOAK  Tokyo, Japan  Excellent with Japanese interview 1502
603  HLSA  Namyang, S. Korea  Good Korean music at 1424
639  UnID-TP   Deep-voiced male speech followed by music at the
         beginning of this 1455 recording, prior to CNR1's male-voiced
         speech (headphones recommended)  http://www.mediafire.com/?9o3n0w5hp8jk7yr 
639  CNR1  China Synchros  Fair-good male-female Chinese speech
         and interval music around 1456  http://www.mediafire.com/?78b1tju161bs0wp 
648  VOR  Razdolnoye, Russia  Pyongyang's distinctive Tirade Twins
         apparently now showing up during VOR's Korean program
         at 1505 (frequency was double checked)   http://www.mediafire.com/?lrtcqcg3tvj1iof  
657  Pyongyang BS, N. Korea  Very strong at 1510, but awful-
         sounding audio with high audio frequencies missing  http://www.mediafire.com/?7qxjo6xks2bklnc
666  JOBK  Osaka, Japan  Good Japanese talk program at 1430
675  VOV  Hanoi, Vietnam  Fair-good with male-female VV at 1448
729  China  (presumed Jiangxi)  Fair Chinese in CHMJ splatter 1422
738  HLKG  Daegu, S. Korea  Very good Korean audio at 1508, but
         along with throbbing hum from BEL2  http://www.mediafire.com/?pny4vg22uwnkwp3
738  BEL2  Penghu, Taiwan  Good strength at 1509, but throbbing
         transmitter hum becoming critical http://www.mediafire.com/?dz0c81fs9c2u22s
747  JOIB  Sapporo, Japan  Strong English lessons at 1433, // 828
756  CNR1  China Synchros  Good with male-female Chinese 1404
774  JOUB  Akita, Japan  Good strength over KTTH splatter 1408
828  JOBB  Osaka, Japan  Best signal of season with English 
         lessons at 1418   http://www.mediafire.com/?y8142b92c1k9xqb
891  JOHK  Sendai, Japan  Fair Japanese talk // 594 at 1339
918  China (presumed Shandong)  Fair Chinese speech around 1411
927  China (presumed)  Threshold audio, apparently Chinese, at 1412
936  Anhui, China  Fair-good "foreign" music at 1427
945  China (presumed)  Fair Chinese speech in KJR splatter 1409
972  HLCA  Dangjin, S. Korea  Best audio of season with Korean
         pop music at 1512 http://www.mediafire.com/?jk9gq6q3k3uaqg9
1035  CNR1  Chinese Synchros  Fair-good male-female speech 1402
1044  CRI  Jiangsu, China  Good Japanese external program 1405
1053  Korean Jammer  Fair-good over UnID Chinese 1440
1134  KBS3  Hwaseong, S. Korea  Good Korean speech at 1515
1377  CNR1  China  All alone with good male-female Chinese 1514
1566  HLAZ  Jeju, S. Korea  Good religious program at 1417
1575  VOA  Ban Rassom, Thailand  Fair-good Asiatic language 1419
 
73 and Good DX,
Gary Debock
 
 
       
 
  


Re: Is there an #ultralightdx IRC channel? #ultralightdx

gerfmon
 

Hi Stephen, it seems as though chatrooms have lost the popularity they held a few years ago. I use to own and moderate a chatroom for a different hobby. Use to have some good crowds (10-15 people) and some good times chatting. But the users slowly lost interest and dwindled away. The room sits empty now, don't think anyone has been there in the last year.

I'm still in contact with some of the friends I made there via AIM, but nobody seems to be interested in a group chat.

Now I wouldn't mind joining an Ultralightdx chat as you suggest, but I'd prefer it not be policed as tight as you suggest. Sure, we don't want it taken over by people using $100,000 radio systems and antennas, but I wouldn't want to be "kicked" just because I want to discuss my PL-390 or mention what I heard on my Ebay $75 beat to heck Sony 2010. :)

73,
Jerry, KD0GS
Longmont, CO

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, "Stephen" <pianoplayer88key@...> wrote:

Hi all....

Is there one that regularly features members here? I've lurked some in #mwdx, and am thinking I'd prefer to IRC with DXers that are,

So where's the #ultralightdx channel? It's not on StarChat where #mwdx is - I tried joining it and ended up creating it temporarily, and I'm not up to operating a channel. I just would prefer to chat with DXers more my size - ones that use equipment that doesn't have SSB, the radio including external physically connected components is under 20 cubic inches (an inductively coupled antenna wouldn't count toward the limit, but a slider loopstick would), and the radio, including modifications and external antennas, cost no more than $100 total. ;) Of course I know there's this group, but it's not exactly real time.


Re: KNX 1070 Los Angeles

pianoplayer88key
 

How's the signal?  Is it moderately strong like this?  Or is it only a fairly good signal like this one?  BTW that's how strong KNX is received during the day on my PL-380 at home from 111 miles away.  First recording is outside with a Select-A-Tenna, second recording is in the house barefoot.


--- In ultralightdx@..., Allen Willie wrote:
>
> Anyone needing KNX 1070 in Los Angeles, it's in off and on again here tonight in
> St. John's,Newfoundland
>
>
> Regards
>
> Allen Willie
>


KNX 1070 Los Angeles

Allen Willie
 

Anyone needing KNX 1070 in Los Angeles, it's in off and on again here tonight in St. John's,Newfoundland
 
 
Regards
 
Allen Willie


KWKH 1130 heard in Newfoundland

Allen Willie
 

1130 khz - KWKH - Shreveport,Louisiana 8:38 PM Local Time - LSU Football Game mixing in and out with WBBR New York for better than 2 Hours. Thanks to a tip from Kevin Redding after my inquiry , they forgot to switch antennas apparently.

First time log here


Regards,
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
SRF-M37V barefoot


Re: ferrite vs sensitivity

George Magiros
 

I'm still on my quest to simulate ferrite loop antennas, this time for their signal to noise ratios.  I hope I'm not proving that 17 swallows are as strong as a horse with all my graphs.  Experimentation and actual DXing comes next I promise.

Let me point out a few simple design observations that I gleamed from the graphs.

First, use as many turns as possible without making the Q too high.  My Sony ICF-S10MK2 apparently uses a small loopstick with an inductance of 650 uH.  That is more than enough turns I would think.  300 uH is probably sufficient too, maybe lower.  Having a good number of turns puts you into a kind of linear region where increasing the length of the rod improves the SNR the most.  While increasing the number of turns on the loop does improve the SNR, best results come from increasing the length of the rod. 

Second, increasing the diameter of rod does not improve the SNR that much, unless of course your rod has a very small diameter to begin with.  It appears to be better SNR-wise, and less costly, to simply increase the length of the rod rather than its diameter.  In addition there appears to be, for a given rod diameter, a maximum rod length beyond which no increase in the SNR occures. 

Now here are the graphs.  First for a ferrite loopstick antenna with an initial permeability of 125.  One graph plots rod length against turns and the other plots rod diameter against turns.  For a loopstick with a diameter of 12.7mm the best length seems to be between 200mm and 300mm FYI.


http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/2042/mu125len.png


http://img833.imageshack.us/img833/1018/mu125dia.png

Next, here are the graphs for a loopstick antenna with a mu of 800.  The best length for a rod with a 12.7mm diameter seems to be between 300mm to 450mm.


http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/3674/mu800len.png


http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/2258/mu800dia.png

George

Ps. Just to be sure I haven't made any glaring mistakes here is the Matlab/Octave function I used to calculate the signal to noise ratio.

% mui: initial relative permeability of the rod
% n: number of turns
% lr: length of rod in mm
% dw: diameter of wire in mm
% f: frequency in Hz
% E: E-field in V/m
function [ snr Rac Rdc ] = loopstick (mui, n, d, lr, f, dw, E)
  Kb = 1.38e-23;                  % boltzmann constant
  T = 293;                        % room temperature 20C (293K)
  muo = 4 * pi * 1e-7;            % permeability of free space
  sigma = 5.96e7;                 % conductivity of copper at 20C (293K)
  B = 3e3;                        % bandwidth (3 khz)

  lw = n .* pi .* d;                          % length of wire need
  delta = 1 ./ sqrt(pi * muo * sigma * f);    % skin depth of wire
  Rdc = lw * .001 ./ (pi / 4 .* (dw * .001).^2 * sigma);
  Rac = lw * .001 ./ (pi * sigma * delta .* dw * .001);
  en = sqrt(4 * Kb * T * B * Rac);            % noise voltage

  mu = 1./(1./mui+(d./lr).^2.*(log(lr./(d/2))-1)); % rod relative permeability
  a = pi / 4 * (d * .001).^2;                 % rod winding area
  es = 2 * pi * n .* a .* mu * E / (3e8 / f); % signal voltage
  snr = 20 * log10(es ./ en);          
end






New ULR log - 1380 WTJK

cdhascall@att.net <cdhascall@...>
 

Just caught a new ULR log WTJK South Beloit, IL

1380 WTJK IL South Beloit 11/13 2248 ESPN Radio and State Line Sports Leader mentions. Reloh but new to ULR book. DH-IN

Dave in Indy Eton e-100


Is there an #ultralightdx IRC channel? #ultralightdx

pianoplayer88key
 

Hi all....

Is there one that regularly features members here? I've lurked some in #mwdx, and am thinking I'd prefer to IRC with DXers that are, so to speak, more my size. :) For example, they're using things like Perseus SDRs, 1000' beverages, Wellbrooks, phasers, etc - things that IIRC the cost of ONE component in their setup would exceed everything all of us ultralight DXers have ever spent on ultralight gear and antennas in our lifetimes, combined. Not to mention they have leadins to their antennas and can use them remotely, and aren't inductively coupling their radios' ferrite loopsticks to their antennas and using the radio right there at the antenna.
Naturally, they seem to have such superior equipment to mine that at local noon it seems they would be able to clearly hear TAs on 639, 711, 810, 999, 1071, 1089, or 1530 while climbing KFI, KIRO, KGO, KOMO, KNX, XEPRS, or KFBK's tower(s), or TPs on 711, 720, 810, 1080, 1089, 1170, 1180, or 1521 while climbing WOR, WGN, WGY, WTIC, WBAL, WWVA, WHAM, or WWKB's tower(s). By comparison, my equipment would only be capable of hearing those locals, they'd be leaking into the FM band, and would just barely be detectable about 10-15dB below the noise level even on their assigned frequency.

So where's the #ultralightdx channel? It's not on StarChat where #mwdx is - I tried joining it and ended up creating it temporarily, and I'm not up to operating a channel. I just would prefer to chat with DXers more my size - ones that use equipment that doesn't have SSB, the radio including external physically connected components is under 20 cubic inches (an inductively coupled antenna wouldn't count toward the limit, but a slider loopstick would), and the radio, including modifications and external antennas, cost no more than $100 total. ;) Of course I know there's this group, but it's not exactly real time.


Newfoundland Ultralight Domestics Report Nov 13

Allen Willie
 

Hello To All,

A session of early Dxing this morning (Saturday) on the homefront produced a good number of logs including many US big guns and a few surprises not heard in a while at this location. Duration was 2 Hours from 8:35 UT – 10:35 UT
Receiver: SRF-M37V barefoot

560-WGAN-Portland,Maine 9:07UT/13 Coast to Coast talk show,ID
570-CFCB-Cornerbrook,NL 8:52UT/13 VOCM Relay ,country music
660-WFAN-New York,NY 9:14UT/13 Football Sports talk
670-WSCR-Chicago,Illinois 9:14UT/13 Sportstalk
680-WRKO-Boston,Mass 8:53UT/13 Talk Show
710 –WOR-New York,NY 9:15UT/13 Talk show over semi - local CKVO
720-WGN-Chicago,Illinois 8:44 UT/13 Talk,ID
730-CKAC-Montreal,Que 8:30 UT/13 french pop music (instead of usual talk/news)
740-CFZM-Toronto,Ont 8:45 UT/13 Toronto's One & Only AM-740 Beatles song
760-WJR-Detroit,Mich 8:35 UT/13 weather,ID
770-WABC-New York,NY 8:32 UT/13 Infomercial program
850-WEEI-Boston,Mass 8:33 UT/13 ESPN Radio iD,sportstalk
860-CJBC-Toronto,Ont 8:47UT/13 French talk
870-WWL-New Orleans,LA 10:01 UT/13 CBS News ,ID
880-WCBS-New York,NY 8:34UT/13 Ad Freedom18,ID
890-WAMG-Dedham,Mass 10:07UT/13 Spanish talk/music
900-CKDH-Amherst,Nova Scotia 8:36UT/13 Train song (Unidentified underneath)
970-WZAN-Portland,Maine 9:09UT/13 Talk show about Harry Potter
990-CKGM-Montreal,Que 9:40UT/13 under CBY with sportstalk
1000-WMVP-Chicago,Ill 8:56UT/13 College football talk
1010-WINS-New York,NY 8:37UT/13 Saturday Night Live talk,CFRB under WINS
1030-WBZ-Boston,Mass 8:48UT/13 Talk show,ID
1040-WHO-Des Moines,Iowa 8:57UT talk show
1050-WEPN-New York,NY 8:38UT/13 ESPN ID,sportstalk/CHUM underneath
1050 –CHUM – Toronto,Ontario 9:47UT/13 CP24 ID,talk (mix w/WEPN)
1060-WQOM-Natick,Mass 9:49UT/13 Spiritual America talk
1080-WTIC-Hartford,Conn 8:38UT/13 Ads,ID
1090-WBAL-Baltimore,MD 8:59 UT/13 ID,CBS News
1100-WTAM-Cleveland,Ohio 9:50 UT/13 talk
1110-WBT-Charlotte,North Carolina 9:00 UT/13 ID,CBS News
1120-KMOX-St. Louis,Mo. 9:01UT/13 Financial news
1180-WHAM-Rochester,NY 9:11UT/13 talk show
1190-WLIB-New York 9:59UT/13 Gospel program & music
1250-WEAE-Pittsburgh,PA 9:12UT/13 ESPN ID Sportstalk
1260-CKHJ-Fredericton,New Brunswick 9:12UT/13 country music (mixing with WMKI)
1270-CJCB-Sydney,Nova Scotia 8:40 UT/13 country music,ID jingle
1280-WFAU-Gardiner,Maine 10:22UT/13 Sportstalk,Ads
1300-WOOD- Grand Rapids,Mich 10:04UT/13 news,ads,ID
1310-WLOB-Portland,Maine 9:13UT/13 talk show
1330-WRCA-Waltham,Mass 8:49UT/13 oldtime music
1370-WDEA-Ellsworth,Maine 8:40UT/13 Ads ,ID
1380-CKPC-Brantford,Ont 10:27UT/13 Newscountry ID ,country music
1390-WEGP-Presque Isle,Maine 9:13UT/13 talk show
1400-CBG-Gander,NL 8:41UT/13 CBC Overnite program
1400-Unidentified 8:41UT/13 talk format (under CBG)
1420-CKDY-Digby,Nova Scotia 8:42UT/13 country music AVR ID
1430-WENE-Endicott,New York 9:52UT/13 sportstalk
1440-WRED-Westbrook,Maine 8:43UT/13 sportstalk
1450-CFAB-Windsor,Nova Scotia 8:42UT/13 country music,ID
1470-WLAM-Lewiston,Maine 8:50UT/13 Oldie by the Association
1510-WWZN-Boston,Mass 8:43UT/13 talk show
1540-KXEL-Waterloo,Iowa 10:05UT/13 Newstalk 1540 KXEL ID
1560-WQEW-New York,NY 8:51UT/13 Disney programming
1600-WUNR-Brookline,Mass 8:52UT/13 Spanish music & talk

Good DX
Allen Willie
St. John's,Newfoundland


Re: WQSV 790 TN On late

cdhascall@att.net <cdhascall@...>
 

Glad that I could help. Stanton KY on 1470 is on late 2nite.

Dave in Indy

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, "Greg" <ad4re@...> wrote:

I caught WQSV very weak and under Cuban R. Reloj here in North Fla. at 0320 UTC with song "Rag Doll" and //with live net stream. Thanks for the tip! New one for me.

Greg
Lake City, Fla.

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, "farmerik" <farmerik@> wrote:

Good luck, and good DX!-FARMERIK



--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, "cdhascall@" <cdhascall@> wrote:

Just caught WQSV 790 Ashland City TN, a relog but they are certainly not on 35 watts night power. So if you need them, they are booming in- at least into Central Indiana.

73,
Dave in Indy


Re: WBFC 1470 Stanton KY On Late

cdhascall@att.net <cdhascall@...>
 

meant to type surely not on their 25 watt....

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, "cdhascall@..." <cdhascall@...> wrote:

Just like Ashland City, TN, surely not yjrir 25 w night rig.

1470 WBFC KY Stanton 11-13 2020 P, rising to F on peaks w/PSA for KY 811 digging hotline. Into GOS mx. // to webstream. NEW! DH-IN

EST Eton e-100

Dave Hascall
Indianapolis


WBFC 1470 Stanton KY On Late

cdhascall@att.net <cdhascall@...>
 

Just like Ashland City, TN, surely not yjrir 25 w night rig.

1470 WBFC KY Stanton 11-13 2020 P, rising to F on peaks w/PSA for KY 811 digging hotline. Into GOS mx. // to webstream. NEW! DH-IN

EST Eton e-100

Dave Hascall
Indianapolis