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Re: Another morning of good TP reception

Russ Edmunds <wb2bjh@...>
 

--- On Fri, 11/28/08, bbwrwy <richarda@...> wrote:


One thing I don't understand is why I'm able to hear TP signals when
geomagnetic activity blocks TA reception. From what I can find much
more has been written about how to receive European AM stations than
Asians.

Have a good weekend.

Richard Allen
36°22'51"N / 97°26'35"W
(near Perry OK)





This has to do with the geography of the auroral zone. The auroral zone, given that it is a geomagentic phenomenon, is roughly centered around the magnetic North Pole, which is located in Northern Canada somewhat more South of the geographic Pole than one might at first think.

Thus as the absorption zone is located around it, and the zone is 'pushed' to the darkness side of the earth by the sun, and when NA is on the dark side, we also have to work with that Southward location of the magnetic pole, there is much more absorption on the usual TA paths than there is on similar TP paths, simply because the absorption that gets 'pushed' southward from the magnetic pole interferes more with those paths.

TP paths to your location don't run far enough to the North to encounter the absoprtion, as on those paths, the location of the geomagnetic pole doesn't impact them.

Russ Edmunds
Blue Bell, PA ( 360' ASL )
[15 mi NNW of Philadelphia]
40:08:45N; 75:16:04W, Grid FN20id
<wb2bjh@...>
FM: Yamaha T-80 & Onkyo T-450RDS w/ APS9B @15'
AM: Modified Sony ICF 2010 barefoot


Re: Gray Line Propagation

Gary DeBock
 

Richard and Others,
 
      An excellent web site for checking current gray line propagation is http://dx.qsl.net/propagation/greyline.html. It has a map that refreshes every 5 minutes, and shows where sunset and sunrise are occurring in the world at any given moment.
 
     Of course, there are only certain times of the year that these gray line paths allow great propagation from TP or TA transmitters to North American DXers with Ultralight radios.  But if you are lucky enough to have a gray line path as well as good solar conditions, you can have a fantastic logging.  One of these occurred for me on August 28th, with a booming signal from VOA-1575 in Thailand on a stock DT-400W at Grayland, WA.
 
     73,  Gary




Re: Another morning of good TP reception

bbwrwy
 

Gary:

Thanks for all the assistance you've provided in hearing TP stations.

I can't believe how easy it has been to hear them with the SRF-T615
and E100. The E100 definitely has a selectivity edge which makes it
easier to hear the Japanese stations. When coupled to my old Space
Magnet antenna it is quite good, especially at the lower end of the AM
band where the E100 sensitivity falls off. I imagine it's very
similar to a slider E100.

Through the years, JOUB 774 has been the most consistently heard
trans-oceanic station here. But, I have a problem that probably
doesn't bother Kirk who is about 30 miles northeast of me. It is KSPI
780, Stillwater OK, which signs on after 1100 UTC. I'd think he has
an easier time nulling their signal and hearing JOUB later than me.

One thing I don't understand is why I'm able to hear TP signals when
geomagnetic activity blocks TA reception. From what I can find much
more has been written about how to receive European AM stations than
Asians.

Have a good weekend.

Richard Allen
36°22'51"N / 97°26'35"W
(near Perry OK)


Thanksgiving Night "Almost-Log"

Steve Ponder <n5wbi@...>
 

Trying to stay awake after getting back home from visiting
relatives in Katy, TX, for a late Thanksgiving meal, I was
tuning around on my barefoot Sangean DT-400W. Wouldn't you
know it? I heard one GREAT new station, but couldn't get
to my notepad and pencil before it was gone! Drats!!

27 Nov 2008
-----------
529 kHz LYQ TN Morristown - According to the RNA database,
this beacon is in Morristown, but I remember some
debate on this list about the exact location. Heard
in the null of Cuba's Radio Enciclopedia on 530 kHz
at 11:30 PM CST.

530 kHz CUBA Radio Enciclopedia - Heard at 11:25 PM CST
with easy-listening music. Really hard to stay
awake with this music!!

28 Nov 2008
-----------
650 kHz KGAB WY Cheyenne - Unbelievable, but heard three
quick "AM 650 KGAB" ID's in a tight null of regular
powerhouse WSM Nashville at 12:30 AM CST before
going back to "Coast to Coast" feed. Tried to stay
with the station until another ID break, but they
faded out. Drats! No paper or pencil to jot down
the local commercial that was sandwiched between the
quick "AM 650 KGAB" ID's!

I'll be listening again tonight, but we're supposed to have
thunderstorms, so ...

73,

Steve N5WBI
Houston TX


Re: My first TA logged on an ultralight

Steve Ponder <n5wbi@...>
 

Gary,

Congratulations on bagging your first TA on an ultralight!
I've been told that TA's and TP's arepossible down here in
Houston, TX, but I've yet to catch one. I heard the het on
1520 kHz the other night that could have been Saudi Arabia
on 1521, but just couldn't squeeze it out, even with my
barefoot Eton e100.

Patience, patience, patience - 3 virtues that I find are
becoming more difficult for me to grasp.

But, enough about me - this is your moment to shine!!

CONGRATULATIONS!! May you catch many more TA's (and TP's)
before the season ends!!

73,

Steve N5WBI
Houston TX


Cubans and Canadians Both Strong

Kirk Allen <kirk74601@...>
 

Greetings Again,

During the evening of 11/27 and the eve of 11/28, I noted some
exceptional conditions from both Cuba and Canada. All these were new
catches for the ULR log here.

670, R. Rebelde, unknown site, 0435 UTC, 11/27. TWO different Rebelde
transmitters hrd here as a loud echo effect was noted. The stronger
site is presumed to be the Arroyo Arenas site, and as far as I know
the other site hasn't been positively determined from what I've
read. //600,710,5025.

690, R. Progreso, Jovellanos, Matanzas, 0445 UTC, 11/27. //640.

600, R. Rebelde, San German, Holguin, 0500. //710,670,5025.

750, CKJH, Melfort, SK, 0117, 11/28. "CK 750" IDs, sta jingles, lcl
wx.

1010, CBR, Calgary, AB, 0327, 11/28. CBC Radio 2 pgms, lcl wx for
Calgary area. Outstanding sig. Hrd also this morning at 1300.

1190, CFSL, Weyborn, SK, 0402, 11/28. Lcl wx, Canadian nx rpts, "AM
1190" references. I think it was this sta playing C&W mx a bit later.

Thanks again to Richard Allen for the tips on a lot of these stations
logged!
73's,

Kirk Allen
Ponca City, OK


Re: Another morning of good TP reception

Gary DeBock
 

Richard, John, Kirk and the Group,
 
     One of the most profound discoveries made by Ultralight DXers this past year is how local sunrise and DX station sunset propagation peaks (and vice versa) can combine to produce phenomenal stock Ultralight TP and TA receptions.  This gray-line concept is not new, of course, but when all you have going for you is a 1.5" loopstick, it makes a critical difference to have as much propagation help as possible.
 
     Guy Atkins' reception of the Radio Farda-1575 TA at Grayland, Washington on a stock SRF-39FP was a perfect example.  Timing local sunset with the DX station's approximate sunrise, Guy had both peaks coincide to give a phenomenal propagation boost.  Richard Allen's first reception of JOUB-774 in Oklahoma on a stock SRF-T615 was probably similar, in which he had local sunrise coincide with the Japanese sunset.  Of course, having both A and K indexes near zero (like Guy did) certainly helps.
 
     With the local sunrise here on the west coast currently coinciding with deep darkness in Japan and Korea, many of our late November sunrise TP "peaks" are very weak indeed.  But Oklahoma has sunrise much earlier than the west coast, making their sunrise propagation peak coincide more closely with the Japanese sunset propagation boost.  No wonder Kirk and Richard are having TP-chasing fun, especially during good solar conditions.  Investigation of gray-line propagation (or the lack thereof) between Oklahoma and TA transmitter locations probably will reveal some clues as to why TP's are currently easier for Richard to receive than TA's.
 
     73,  Gary.
 
      




Re: Another morning of good TP reception

Kirk Allen <kirk74601@...>
 

I managed to get up early this morning for some DX'ing also. I also
heard audio on 3 different Japanese stations, but later than what
Richard did. Thanks to John and Richard for the heads up!

594, JOAB, Tokyo, 1215 UTC but only hrd audio on this one until 1221
UTC.

747, JOIB, Sapporo, hrd with audio at 1245 UTC, faded a few minutes
later and didn't return.

774, JOUB, Akita, 1233-1245, The best of the 3. Hrd with a copiable
signal with what definitely sounded like part of an English lesson
hosted by a male and female. The W spoke the EE, and the M did the
JJ. This station is really exciting to hear an a ULR at the lvl it
was this morning.

I show our lcl SR here to be around 1320 right now though. VG
conditions during the last day it seems. Speaking of 1320, I also
noted a loud het near 1320 khz this morning besides some of the hets
Richard has mentioned. All these were hrd on the Eton E-100 Slider.
None were audible on the Eton E-100 stock barefoot.

73's
Kirk Allen
Ponca City, OK

--- In ultralightdx@..., "bbwrwy" <richarda@...> wrote:

Yhis morning I had the best reception of NHK stations so far this
season. Listeners in the southeastern states might have been able
to
hear at least one of the NHK stations.

883 Very strong het at 1033 UTC. Listen until 1052 without hearing
any audio.

774 JOUB Akita J was heard continuously at good to barely audible
signal strength, with random fading and WBBM/XEMF 780 QRM, at 1101-
1137. No audio heard after 1137.

747 JOIB Sapporo J at 1137-1139 with good signal strength and WSB
750
QRM. Program was parallel to JOUB.

594 JOAB Tokyo J at good signal strength, with random fading and
KXSP
590 QRM, at 1257-1328.

531 Weak het at 1141. QRM from Radio Enciclopedia 530 and "LYG"
NDB
(Roseanne Airport, Manchester TN) on 529 kHz.

666 Weak het at 1149 UTC.

972 Slight het at 1328-1334.

I listened on an Etón E100 and Space Magnet antenna. JOAB and JOUB
were also heard on a barefoot SRF-T615.

From recent observations it appears JOUB and JOIB are more likely
to
be heard from after sunset at transmitter until about 1130 UTC.
However, reception of JOAB, the last two mornings, has been later
at
around local sunrise (1120 UTC).

Best wishes for a good DXing weekend.

Richard Allen
36°22'51"N / 97°26'35"W
(near Perry OK)


Re: Another morning of good TP reception

Gary DeBock
 

Hello Kirk and Richard,
 
     The Japanese TP's were unusually strong here after local midnight (0800-0930 UTC), so I thought you Oklahoma DXers would have serious transoceanic fun this morning.  A couple of them (JOAK-594 and JOIB-747) were even audible on a stock SRF-59.
 
     You guys certainly have thrilled the Ultralight world with your TP success.  John Bryant apparently has started a new, overachieving TP-chasing group-- right in the middle of the country. Amazing!
 
     73,  Gary .
 
    




Another morning of good TP reception

bbwrwy
 

Yhis morning I had the best reception of NHK stations so far this
season. Listeners in the southeastern states might have been able to
hear at least one of the NHK stations.

883 Very strong het at 1033 UTC. Listen until 1052 without hearing
any audio.

774 JOUB Akita J was heard continuously at good to barely audible
signal strength, with random fading and WBBM/XEMF 780 QRM, at 1101-
1137. No audio heard after 1137.

747 JOIB Sapporo J at 1137-1139 with good signal strength and WSB 750
QRM. Program was parallel to JOUB.

594 JOAB Tokyo J at good signal strength, with random fading and KXSP
590 QRM, at 1257-1328.

531 Weak het at 1141. QRM from Radio Enciclopedia 530 and "LYG" NDB
(Roseanne Airport, Manchester TN) on 529 kHz.

666 Weak het at 1149 UTC.

972 Slight het at 1328-1334.

I listened on an Etón E100 and Space Magnet antenna. JOAB and JOUB
were also heard on a barefoot SRF-T615.

From recent observations it appears JOUB and JOIB are more likely to
be heard from after sunset at transmitter until about 1130 UTC.
However, reception of JOAB, the last two mornings, has been later at
around local sunrise (1120 UTC).

Best wishes for a good DXing weekend.

Richard Allen
36°22'51"N / 97°26'35"W
(near Perry OK)


A New One From the Graveyard Last Night

John Cereghin <jcereghin@...>
 

After a 5-day drought with no new stations, I did snag a new one last
night, something to be thankful for on Thanksgiving:

1400 WSTC Stamford CT, call ID at 2200 EST, into CNN News. They
IDed another station which I didn't catch, probably WNLK-1350.
barefoot on the DT-200VX and UL station 423.

John Cereghin
Smyrna DE


Re: update 100 in 7 quest

Carl DeWhitt
 

--- Actually ,on a recount, i discovered i some how missed 2 Cuban
stations .So my total new stations logged during the 100 in 7 quest
was 24 instead of 22.
Carl DeWhitt
Walland,Tn.
In ultralightdx@..., "Gary DeBock" <D1028Gary@...> wrote:

Hello Carl,

Congratulations on your DXing skill in receiving 106 stations
in 7
7 days, on your SRF-59 and E100 Ultralight radios. That is a great
accomplishment, and a very fitting way to celebrate the first
anniversary of the ULR movement. Best wishes for a lot of DXing
fun
this winter!

73, Gary DeBock

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Carl DeWhitt"
<carl_elissa@> wrote:

My final station count for my 100 in 7 quest is 106 stations
ommitting
the unids i was not able to i.d. and 1 repeat log(dupes as ham
ops
call
them when running contests).I will give a complete summary later
but
my
new station count is 22 new stations logged during the 7 day
period.No
new states or countries logged though.I think i might have had
Puerto
Rico on 810 but never did get an i.d.I will certainly keep trying
though.
Carl DeWhitt
Walland,Tn.


Re: Ultralight Anniversary Award for Kevin Schanilec

satya@...
 

Hi all:

Wow, I'm speechless! Truly, this is an incredible demonstration of
generosity and kindness.

Gary and John's constant font of enthusiasm and generosity have been an
inspiration. The comaradery that has sprung up since this all started has
been fabulous, and knowing that there are many others out there who enjoy
this hobby has made this a great year for me and I know for many others.

I have been having a lot of fun figuring out to get more DX out of these
little wonders, which has been its own reward. To DX with a souped-up
e100 would be even better.

All I can really say is....thank you!!!

Kevin

Hello Guys,

The Ultralight Radio enthusiast group has many things to be thankful
for today-- an exciting new way to enjoy AM-DXing, a well established
awards
and records program, a fantastic Canadian web site for group
communication--
and a core group of dedicated DXers who helped start and organize the
movement.

We are especially thankful for the outstanding DXer who gave us the
"Ultralight Radio" name-- Kevin Schanilec. From the very beginning of
the
movement, Kevin has played a central role in promoting, reviewing and
testing
Ultralight radios, as well as contributing many outstanding technical
articles
(including his classic description of audio phasing techniques). Kevin's
technical and equipment review articles have been extremely popular on
the DXer.Ca
web site, and Kevin has volunteered his time to serve on both the
Ultralight
Definitions Committee, and the Ultralight Contest Committee.

Recently Kevin has written another classic technical file,
describing
the use of Passive Loop Antennas. Kevin has continually been a leader in
the
experimentation to boost Ultralight radio reception using inductively
coupled
active and passive loop systems, providing an inexpensive way for
apartment
and townhouse DXers to increase the performance of their Ultralight
radios.

In appreciation of Kevin's outstanding contributions to the
Ultralight
Radio DX movement, he will now have a new radio to enjoy during this
winter
DX season-- a new, fully modified E100 Ultralight (Slider loopstick and
Murata CFJ455K5 IF filter), designed as the ultimate stand-alone AM-DXing
portable for both 9 KHz split DXing, and for domestic DXing. This
fanatical
creation will hopefully express the appreciation of all Ultralight Radio
DXers for
Kevin's generous and innovative efforts, in promoting our exciting new
niche
hobby.

On behalf of the Ultralight Radio leadership, I take great pleasure
in
presenting Kevin with this Founders Award, and know that other ULR DXers
will
join me on this Thanksgiving Day in expressing their gratitude for his
many
contributions!

73 and Good DX,

Gary DeBock and John Bryant (for the Ultralight Radio DXing Group)








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ULTRALIGHT DX....Sunset Skip...Slimmer Pickens Tonight....1 NEW ONE!!

robert ross
 

Hi Guys:

Well....Conditions seemed pretty good to the west Tonight.....but it
seemed all I was hearing was RELOGS!!! Did manage to squeak out one new
station on a Graveyard Frequency to keep me from getting skunked!!

Radio used was..........SonySRF-T615 with 2 1/2 Foot Homebrew Tuneable Box Loop.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

ULR LOG TOTALS are now............................561 Stations Heard.
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***************************************************************************************************
1490 WOSH Oshkosh, WISC. Nov/27/08 1606 EST EE GOOD
Male DJ with WOSH Station Promo. Said "Log onto 1490WOSH DOT COM".
WOSH ID also. Into Talk Show with male host.

RELOG....BUT NEW to ULR # 561 1 KW
ROSS, ONT.
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73...........ROB.

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

Antique/Vintage Radio Enthusiast
Amateur Radio Stations VA3SW/VE3JFC
Enjoy Ultralight Radio DXing......It's like being a KID again!!

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Ultralight Anniversary Award for Kevin Schanilec

Gary DeBock
 

Hello Guys,
 
     The Ultralight Radio enthusiast group has many things to be thankful for today--  an exciting new way to enjoy AM-DXing, a well established awards and records program, a fantastic Canadian web site for group communication-- and a core group of dedicated DXers who helped start and organize the movement.
     We are especially thankful for the outstanding DXer who gave us the "Ultralight Radio" name-- Kevin Schanilec.  From the very beginning of the movement, Kevin has played a central role in promoting, reviewing and testing Ultralight radios, as well as contributing many outstanding technical articles (including his classic description of audio phasing techniques).  Kevin's technical and equipment review articles have been extremely popular on the DXer.Ca web site, and Kevin has volunteered his time to serve on both the Ultralight Definitions Committee, and the Ultralight Contest Committee.
 
     Recently Kevin has written another classic technical file, describing the use of Passive Loop Antennas.  Kevin has continually been a leader in the experimentation to boost Ultralight radio reception using inductively coupled active and passive loop systems, providing an inexpensive way for apartment and townhouse DXers to increase the performance of their Ultralight radios. 
 
     In appreciation of Kevin's outstanding contributions to the Ultralight Radio DX movement, he will now have a new radio to enjoy during this winter DX season--  a new, fully modified E100 Ultralight (Slider loopstick and Murata CFJ455K5 IF filter), designed as the ultimate stand-alone AM-DXing portable for both 9 KHz split DXing, and for domestic DXing.  This fanatical creation will hopefully express the appreciation of all Ultralight Radio DXers for Kevin's generous and innovative efforts, in promoting our exciting new niche hobby.
 
     On behalf of the Ultralight Radio leadership, I take great pleasure in presenting Kevin with this Founders Award, and know that other ULR DXers will join me on this Thanksgiving Day in expressing their gratitude for his many contributions!
 
     73 and Good DX,
 
     Gary DeBock and John Bryant  (for the Ultralight Radio DXing Group)
 
 
 
 
 
       
 
        




Re: update 100 in 7 quest

Gary DeBock
 

Hello Carl,

Congratulations on your DXing skill in receiving 106 stations in 7
7 days, on your SRF-59 and E100 Ultralight radios. That is a great
accomplishment, and a very fitting way to celebrate the first
anniversary of the ULR movement. Best wishes for a lot of DXing fun
this winter!

73, Gary DeBock

--- In ultralightdx@..., "Carl DeWhitt"
<carl_elissa@...> wrote:

My final station count for my 100 in 7 quest is 106 stations
ommitting
the unids i was not able to i.d. and 1 repeat log(dupes as ham ops
call
them when running contests).I will give a complete summary later but
my
new station count is 22 new stations logged during the 7 day
period.No
new states or countries logged though.I think i might have had Puerto
Rico on 810 but never did get an i.d.I will certainly keep trying
though.
Carl DeWhitt
Walland,Tn.


update 100 in 7 quest

Carl DeWhitt
 

My final station count for my 100 in 7 quest is 106 stations ommitting
the unids i was not able to i.d. and 1 repeat log(dupes as ham ops call
them when running contests).I will give a complete summary later but my
new station count is 22 new stations logged during the 7 day period.No
new states or countries logged though.I think i might have had Puerto
Rico on 810 but never did get an i.d.I will certainly keep trying
though.
Carl DeWhitt
Walland,Tn.


recent loggings barefoot/stock, & Happy Thanksgiving

Tim Davisson
 

Recent new ULR loggings on the little SRF-59:

850 WYLF/Pen Yan, NY at 5:40pm w/standards (I have a local on
850kHz. who's less than 20 air miles from my home! They were *ON* at
the time!)

810 WHB/Kansas City at 5:57pm w/WGY Schenectady nulled.
740 KRMG/Tulsa at 5:59pm w/CKZM Toronto nulled.
540 CBK/Regina at 6:50am overtop CBEF in Windsor w/CBC-1 network.
560 WMIK/Middleboro, KY at 6:02am.
970 WBLF/Bellefonte, PA at 6:16am w/a LOCAL morning show, who's
announcer had such an incredible voice I thought it was network. It
was local. Wow!

Up to 231 UL stations heard...but, only DX 3 or 4 total hours a
week...usually at sunrise or sunset here in Ohio. ULR is a real
thrill. And to do it with a $14.00 radio with ZERO modifications and
no outside antenna...that's the real fun of it for me.

To fellow US-based ULR hobbyists: Happy Thanksgiving from Ohio.

73's,

Tim, KD8GZ
Norton, Ohio (south of Cleveland)


JOAB 594 heard in Oklahoma

bbwrwy
 

This morning at local sunrise (1319 UTC), I heard JOAB, Tokyo J, on
594 kHz, with a fair signal. Using a E100 coupled to my 35 year old
Space Magnet, I heard a man and woman speaking in Japanese, at 1319-
1323 UTC, with slight QRM from KXSP and KCSJ on 590 kHz.

At 1323-1326, I was able to hear JOAB audio, at a much weaker level,
on a barefoot SRF-T615.

JOAB is my third ULR TP and at 10660 km (6624 miles) my longest
distance yet.

Earlier, at 1005-1019, I heard fair audio from JOUB 774 on barefoot
E100. Also heard the following:
1258 UTC 567 kHz het (QRM: KLIF 570)
1304 828 het (QRM: WCCO 830 & WBAP HD 820)
1313 747 het (QRM: KRMG 740 & Unid XE 750)
1314 774 het (QRM: KSPI & XEMF 780)

I did not hear the het usually heard on 972 kHz around sunrise.

I'm finding the E100 and Space Magnet are a good combination. Due to
its better selectivity and 1 kHz tuning, the E100 has the edge over
the more sensitive SRF-T615 for listening to split frequencies.
Overall, the little Etón receiver definitely gives you a lot for its
low cost.

Wishing all a happy Thanksgiving holiday. Good DX.

Richard Allen
36°22'51"N / 97°26'35"
(near Perry OK)


ULTRALIGHT DX....Sunrise Skip...1 NEW ONE + 2 UNIDS...Need Help!!

robert ross
 

Hi Guys:

Got in about an hour's worth of Sunrise Ship today..and Logged ONE
NEW STN and had 2 UNIDS...that I need some help with if anyone knows who
they may be!!??

Radio used today was..........SONY SRF-T615 with 2 1/2 Foot Homebrew
Tuneable Box Loop
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

ULR LOG TOTALS are now...................560 Stations heard
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


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1320 UNID (Beaming E/W) Nov/27/08 0527 EST EE Good
Christian Gospel Music. Male DJ gave ID as "Happy Thanksgiving from
YOUR FAMILY FRIENDLY STATION" @ 0530. Into more Christian Rock Music.

UNID....ANY HELP???
ROSS, ONT.
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1570 UNID (Beaming E/W) Nov/27/08 0550 EST EE Good
ID as "The Music You Grew Up With". Believe this may be an ABC Network??
Into Billy Joel Song.

UNID....ANY HELP???
ROSS, ONT.
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1330 WVHI Evansville, IND. Nov/27/08 0617 EST EE Good
"GREAT COMMANDMENT RADIO" ID @ 0617 EST. Mentioned Intimate Life Ministries.
Gave Phone Number as 1-800-881-8008. Into Religious Talk by Male Host.
Checked the Great Commandment Webpage....and the ONLY 1330 Station is WVHI.

RELOG NEW CALLS NEW ULR # 560 5/1 KW
ROSS, ONT.
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Robert S. Ross VA3SW
Box 1003, Stn. B.
London, Ontario
CANADA N6A5K1

Antique/Vintage Radio Enthusiast
Amateur Radio Stations VA3SW/VE3JFC
Enjoy Ultralight Radio DXing......It's like being a KID again!!

Defy Physics.....Play Table Tennis!! (Ping Pong with an Attitude)
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