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Re: Tecsun PL-380 Vs. XHDATA D-808

Paul Blundell
 

If you can, build a FSL, it will change your DXing life....


On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 2:25 PM Les Rayburn <les@...> wrote:
Gary & The Group

During last week’s DX Test, I had an opportunity to do an impromptu “shoot-out” between the Tecsun PL-380 (modified by Gary himself to include the FSL antenna) and a stock XHDATA D-808. 

To my surprise, I found them to be roughly equal with perhaps a slight edge to the XHDATA D-808.

This makes me wonder if I should attempt to transfer the FSL from the PL-380 to the XHDATA D-808 to make the ultimate portable? 

Or perhaps someone would suggest an alternative plan…you’re the experts and I bow to the wisdom of the masters. Thanks again! 


73,

Les Rayburn, N1LF
121 Mayfair Park
Maylene, AL 35114
EM63nf

Member WTFDA, IRCA, NRC. Former CPC Chairman for NRC & IRCA. 

Elad FDM-S2 SDR, AirSpy SDR2, SDRPlay RSP-2 Pro, Sony XDR-F1HD [XDR Guy Modified], Dennon TU-1500RD, Sangean HDT-1X, Ray Dees RDS Decoders, Korner 9.2 Antenna, FM-6 Antenna, Kitz Technologies KT-501 Pre-amps, Quantum Phaser, Wellbrook ALA1530 Loop, Wellbrook Flag, Clifton Labs Active Whip. 

“Nothing but blues and Elvis, and somebody else’s favorite song…” 



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Tecsun PL-380 Vs. XHDATA D-808

Les Rayburn
 

Gary & The Group

During last week’s DX Test, I had an opportunity to do an impromptu “shoot-out” between the Tecsun PL-380 (modified by Gary himself to include the FSL antenna) and a stock XHDATA D-808. 

To my surprise, I found them to be roughly equal with perhaps a slight edge to the XHDATA D-808.

This makes me wonder if I should attempt to transfer the FSL from the PL-380 to the XHDATA D-808 to make the ultimate portable? 

Or perhaps someone would suggest an alternative plan…you’re the experts and I bow to the wisdom of the masters. Thanks again! 


73,

Les Rayburn, N1LF
121 Mayfair Park
Maylene, AL 35114
EM63nf

Member WTFDA, IRCA, NRC. Former CPC Chairman for NRC & IRCA. 

Elad FDM-S2 SDR, AirSpy SDR2, SDRPlay RSP-2 Pro, Sony XDR-F1HD [XDR Guy Modified], Dennon TU-1500RD, Sangean HDT-1X, Ray Dees RDS Decoders, Korner 9.2 Antenna, FM-6 Antenna, Kitz Technologies KT-501 Pre-amps, Quantum Phaser, Wellbrook ALA1530 Loop, Wellbrook Flag, Clifton Labs Active Whip. 

“Nothing but blues and Elvis, and somebody else’s favorite song…” 


Re: [loopantennas] Thinness of wire = better ?

Paul Blundell
 

To me, it would make some level of sense. 

Paul

On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 7:27 AM Hue Miller <kargo_cult@...> wrote:

Higher noise with resistance wire loop I understand, and also for transmit the losses, but this doesn't address the question of the null depth narrowness with thinner wire,

IF that is really the case.

-Hue



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Planning a Portable Ultralight Radio DXing Session

Paul Blundell
 

Planning a Portable Ultralight Radio DXing Session

My latest article, updated September 2019:
https://ultralightradiodxingtasmania.blogspot.com/2019/09/planning-portable-ultralight-radio.html
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1120 khz

patrice.privat
 

Hi

US station here on 1120 this morning, talk about sports, could be KMOX St Louis.

Pat (Northern France)


Re: 1010 khz

Michael.2E0IHW
 

I often hear 1010 on my PL380 and icf2010 in the depth of the night.

Michael UK

On 22/09/2019 10:54, dave_m1ctk wrote:
Yep good old WINS. What radio are you using?
On Sun, 22 Sep 2019, 08:12 patrice.privat, <patrice.privat@... <mailto:patrice.privat@...>> wrote:
Hi from Beauvais, France.
1010 khz, 05:00 UTC "it's one o'clock, all news, all of the time,
this is WINS 1010, right now the temperature in midtown is ..."
New York booming this morning on 1010 with occasional dominations
from Toronto on the same channel.
Patrice


Re: 1010 khz

Peter Laws
 

Sorry, but any mention of 1010 WINS automatically makes my brain
remember this. First season of Letterman on CBS. Cued up to the
relevant part but the setup is that "the staff bought him a car phone"
(hey, it's 1993 ...). And so he calls WINS ...

https://youtu.be/APZZi0Q0k_k?t=87



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WRCK DX Test

Dave Hascall
 

I know it was very short notice but just before Midnight EST last night, I caught weak code from the test. 

WRCK 1480 NY Remsen 9/21 2358 DX Test.  Very weak CW ID.  No music or voice.  Through a Regional Mexican.  Thank you to the organizer. New! DH-IN

Dave Hascall Noblesville IN Eton e100. Time EDT


Re: ] Low Cost SWL Loop Antenna

Dennis Breda
 

These all all very interesting reads.  Thank you for the time and effort in writing them and the pictures.  


On Sep 21, 2019, at 8:57 PM, Paul Blundell <tanger32au@...> wrote:

That makes for a very interesting read.

Paul

On Sun, 22 Sep 2019, 7:46 a.m. Jordan Dobrikin, <jjdobrikin@...> wrote:

Hi
 

https://www.rtl-sdr.com/reviews-of-the-low-cost-mla-30-wide-band-hf-magnetic-loop-antenna/  
https://hamsignal.com/blog/mla-30-magnetic-loop-antenna-review-and-comparison
https://www.m0lmk.co.uk/2019/09/12/inside-the-mla-30-active-loop-antenna/?fbclid=IwAR2G_OcFcLf5uAq8UqiTlXrw5NSpLQKrU-tWwGc_SUBFIcHj5PsSWeB5UKU  
https://www.hagensieker.com/wordpress/2019/07/24/cheap-chinese-magnetic-loop-antenna-megaloop-aka-magaloop-mla-30/

https://www.rtl-sdr.com/reviews-of-the-low-cost-mla-30-wide-band-hf-magnetic-loop-antenna/  
RTL-SDR.COM  RTL-SDR (RTL2832U) and software-defined radio news and projects. Also featuring Airspy, HackRF, FCD, SDRplay and more.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2019
REVIEWS OF THE LOW COST MLA-30 WIDEBAND HF MAGNETIC LOOP ANTENNA
Recently Chinese manufacturers have begun producing a low cost wide band (100 kHz - 30 MHz) magnetic loop HF antenna known as the MLA-30. The loop can be found on eBay for under US$45 with free shipping. In the past wide band HF loop antennas have not been cheap, normally costing $300+ dollars from manufacturers like Wellbrook.
RF signals are electromagnetic waves that consist of an electric and magnetic component.  A magnetic loop antenna mostly receives the magnetic portion of the wave. This is useful as most unwanted interference from modern electronic devices is generated in the electric component only.  So, a magnetic loop antenna may be preferable in city and suburban environments over other antennas like wires and miniwhips. Magnetic loops are also directional, and can be rotated to avoid interference.
One of the biggest costs to a magnetic loop antenna is the shipping, because a large hula hoop sized piece of metal needs to be sent. The MLA-30 cuts costs on shipping by providing a folded up thin loop wire and no physical support for the loop. You are expected to provide your own support, or simply hang the loop wire on something. If you like you can also replace the included loop wire with a larger loop.
The MLA-30 comes with 10m of RG174 coax, is bias tee powered, and comes as a set with a bias tee injector that is powered over 5V USB. We tested our own unit with the RTL-SDR Blog V3, Airspy and SDRplay bias tee's and found that they all worked well instead of the included bias tee. So if you have one of those SDRs using the loop is as simple and neat as plugging it in and turning on the bias tee.
In terms of build quality, the unit is sturdy and the PCB is fully potted and protected against rain/weather. It is yet to be seen how the external screw terminals holding on the loop will age over a longer period of time however.
So how does the very cheap MLA-30 compare to higher end magnetic loop antennas? Below are some reviews by various hams and SWLs. The general consensus is that it works well for the price, but as you'd expect, falters on handling very strong signals and produces a higher noise floor compared to the more expensive loops, especially in the higher HF bands. But overall we'd say that it's probably still better than using a miniwhip, especially in suburban/city environments, and is probably the best compact HF antenna that you can get on a budget.
What's included in the MLA-30 set. Photo from David Day's Review.
https://hamsignal.com/blog/mla-30-magnetic-loop-antenna-review-and-comparison
https://www.m0lmk.co.uk/2019/09/12/inside-the-mla-30-active-loop-antenna/?fbclid=IwAR2G_OcFcLf5uAq8UqiTlXrw5NSpLQKrU-tWwGc_SUBFIcHj5PsSWeB5UKU  
https://www.hagensieker.com/wordpress/2019/07/24/cheap-chinese-magnetic-loop-antenna-megaloop-aka-magaloop-mla-30/
MLA-30 Magnetic Loop Antenna Review and Comparison by David Day (N1DAY)
In this review David compares the MLA-30 against a 30-ft ground loop and a Wellbrook ALA1530-LF. His results show that while the loop is capable of receiving the same signals that the two comparison loops can, the SNR is much lower. He also notes that the much thinner loop wire used on the MLA-30 seems to result in a much deeper null, and that IMD was a problem for him.
Inside the MLA-30 Active Loop Antenna by Matt (M0LMK)
This post is a complete teardown of the antenna. As the PCB is fully potted Matt had to boil down the epoxy in order to get to the actual PCB. He notes that the PCB is a simple single amplifier design with the exposed pot working as a gain control.
Cheap Chinese Magnetic Loop Antenna (MegaLoop aka MAGALoop) MLA-30 by John
In this review John compares the MLA-30 against a $345 W6LVP and Wellbrook ALA1530LN. His findings are very favorable concluding that it is an adequate performer, perfect for cash strapped SWLs.
First hour battle of the antennas W6LVP loop VS MLA 30 loop test by OfficialSWLchannel
This is a YouTube video where OfficialSWLchannel compares his MLA-30 against a W6LVP loop. He notes that his initial testing shows that the MLA-30 performs as well as the W6LVP loop.
First hour battle of the antennas W6LVP loop VS MLA 30 loop test
MLA-30 Loop vs 80M EFHW by Matthew Payne
In this YouTube video Matthew compares his MLA-30 against a 80M end fed halfwave antenna with an SDRplay RSP1a.
MLA-30 Loop vs 80M EFHW
MLA-30 Magnetic Loop Modifications by Scanner and Sdr Radio
In this video the Scanner and Sdr Radio YouTube channel uses an RSPduo to compare the MLA-30 against a Wellbrook loop. His results show that the MLA-30 definitely has a higher noise floor compared to the Wellbrook, but still receives signals decently although chasing weak signals it's not good enough. He also shows how to improve the MLA-30 by replacing the cheap coax that it comes with, noting that the modification reduced his noise.
MLA-30 Magnetic Loop Modifications
Identifying Noise Sources in the Shack using an SDR and an Active Receive Loop
L-Band Setup with Mini LNA4ALL and Mini Patch Antenna
A Homemade Magnetic Loop Antenna used with RTL-SDR Direct Sampling
SDRplay RSPDuo Diversity: Combing a Magnetic Loop and Miniwhip Antenna
Mike Tests out L-Band STD-C and AERO with a Low Cost Modified GPS Antenna
Written by admin Posted in Amateur Radio, Antennas, HF, RTL-SDR, SDRplay Tagged with HF, magnetic loop antenna, rtl-sdr, rtl2832, sdrplay, wellbrook



Thanx
73 de Jordan ve7jjd


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Re: 1010 khz

patrice.privat
 

Tecsun PL380; AN-200 Loop beamed to Newfoundland for any Transat DX.


Re: 1010 khz

dave_m1ctk
 

Yep good old WINS. What radio are you using? 


On Sun, 22 Sep 2019, 08:12 patrice.privat, <patrice.privat@...> wrote:
Hi from Beauvais, France.

1010 khz, 05:00 UTC "it's one o'clock, all news, all of the time, this is WINS 1010, right now the temperature in midtown is ..."
New York booming this morning on 1010 with occasional dominations from Toronto on the same channel.

Patrice


1010 khz

patrice.privat
 

Hi from Beauvais, France.

1010 khz, 05:00 UTC "it's one o'clock, all news, all of the time, this is WINS 1010, right now the temperature in midtown is ..."
New York booming this morning on 1010 with occasional dominations from Toronto on the same channel.

Patrice


Re: ] Low Cost SWL Loop Antenna

Paul Blundell
 

That makes for a very interesting read.

Paul


On Sun, 22 Sep 2019, 7:46 a.m. Jordan Dobrikin, <jjdobrikin@...> wrote:

Hi
 

https://www.rtl-sdr.com/reviews-of-the-low-cost-mla-30-wide-band-hf-magnetic-loop-antenna/  
https://hamsignal.com/blog/mla-30-magnetic-loop-antenna-review-and-comparison
https://www.m0lmk.co.uk/2019/09/12/inside-the-mla-30-active-loop-antenna/?fbclid=IwAR2G_OcFcLf5uAq8UqiTlXrw5NSpLQKrU-tWwGc_SUBFIcHj5PsSWeB5UKU  
https://www.hagensieker.com/wordpress/2019/07/24/cheap-chinese-magnetic-loop-antenna-megaloop-aka-magaloop-mla-30/

https://www.rtl-sdr.com/reviews-of-the-low-cost-mla-30-wide-band-hf-magnetic-loop-antenna/  
RTL-SDR.COM  RTL-SDR (RTL2832U) and software-defined radio news and projects. Also featuring Airspy, HackRF, FCD, SDRplay and more.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2019
REVIEWS OF THE LOW COST MLA-30 WIDEBAND HF MAGNETIC LOOP ANTENNA
Recently Chinese manufacturers have begun producing a low cost wide band (100 kHz - 30 MHz) magnetic loop HF antenna known as the MLA-30. The loop can be found on eBay for under US$45 with free shipping. In the past wide band HF loop antennas have not been cheap, normally costing $300+ dollars from manufacturers like Wellbrook.
RF signals are electromagnetic waves that consist of an electric and magnetic component.  A magnetic loop antenna mostly receives the magnetic portion of the wave. This is useful as most unwanted interference from modern electronic devices is generated in the electric component only.  So, a magnetic loop antenna may be preferable in city and suburban environments over other antennas like wires and miniwhips. Magnetic loops are also directional, and can be rotated to avoid interference.
One of the biggest costs to a magnetic loop antenna is the shipping, because a large hula hoop sized piece of metal needs to be sent. The MLA-30 cuts costs on shipping by providing a folded up thin loop wire and no physical support for the loop. You are expected to provide your own support, or simply hang the loop wire on something. If you like you can also replace the included loop wire with a larger loop.
The MLA-30 comes with 10m of RG174 coax, is bias tee powered, and comes as a set with a bias tee injector that is powered over 5V USB. We tested our own unit with the RTL-SDR Blog V3, Airspy and SDRplay bias tee's and found that they all worked well instead of the included bias tee. So if you have one of those SDRs using the loop is as simple and neat as plugging it in and turning on the bias tee.
In terms of build quality, the unit is sturdy and the PCB is fully potted and protected against rain/weather. It is yet to be seen how the external screw terminals holding on the loop will age over a longer period of time however.
So how does the very cheap MLA-30 compare to higher end magnetic loop antennas? Below are some reviews by various hams and SWLs. The general consensus is that it works well for the price, but as you'd expect, falters on handling very strong signals and produces a higher noise floor compared to the more expensive loops, especially in the higher HF bands. But overall we'd say that it's probably still better than using a miniwhip, especially in suburban/city environments, and is probably the best compact HF antenna that you can get on a budget.
What's included in the MLA-30 set. Photo from David Day's Review.
https://hamsignal.com/blog/mla-30-magnetic-loop-antenna-review-and-comparison
https://www.m0lmk.co.uk/2019/09/12/inside-the-mla-30-active-loop-antenna/?fbclid=IwAR2G_OcFcLf5uAq8UqiTlXrw5NSpLQKrU-tWwGc_SUBFIcHj5PsSWeB5UKU  
https://www.hagensieker.com/wordpress/2019/07/24/cheap-chinese-magnetic-loop-antenna-megaloop-aka-magaloop-mla-30/
MLA-30 Magnetic Loop Antenna Review and Comparison by David Day (N1DAY)
In this review David compares the MLA-30 against a 30-ft ground loop and a Wellbrook ALA1530-LF. His results show that while the loop is capable of receiving the same signals that the two comparison loops can, the SNR is much lower. He also notes that the much thinner loop wire used on the MLA-30 seems to result in a much deeper null, and that IMD was a problem for him.
Inside the MLA-30 Active Loop Antenna by Matt (M0LMK)
This post is a complete teardown of the antenna. As the PCB is fully potted Matt had to boil down the epoxy in order to get to the actual PCB. He notes that the PCB is a simple single amplifier design with the exposed pot working as a gain control.
Cheap Chinese Magnetic Loop Antenna (MegaLoop aka MAGALoop) MLA-30 by John
In this review John compares the MLA-30 against a $345 W6LVP and Wellbrook ALA1530LN. His findings are very favorable concluding that it is an adequate performer, perfect for cash strapped SWLs.
First hour battle of the antennas W6LVP loop VS MLA 30 loop test by OfficialSWLchannel
This is a YouTube video where OfficialSWLchannel compares his MLA-30 against a W6LVP loop. He notes that his initial testing shows that the MLA-30 performs as well as the W6LVP loop.
First hour battle of the antennas W6LVP loop VS MLA 30 loop test
MLA-30 Loop vs 80M EFHW by Matthew Payne
In this YouTube video Matthew compares his MLA-30 against a 80M end fed halfwave antenna with an SDRplay RSP1a.
MLA-30 Loop vs 80M EFHW
MLA-30 Magnetic Loop Modifications by Scanner and Sdr Radio
In this video the Scanner and Sdr Radio YouTube channel uses an RSPduo to compare the MLA-30 against a Wellbrook loop. His results show that the MLA-30 definitely has a higher noise floor compared to the Wellbrook, but still receives signals decently although chasing weak signals it's not good enough. He also shows how to improve the MLA-30 by replacing the cheap coax that it comes with, noting that the modification reduced his noise.
MLA-30 Magnetic Loop Modifications
Identifying Noise Sources in the Shack using an SDR and an Active Receive Loop
L-Band Setup with Mini LNA4ALL and Mini Patch Antenna
A Homemade Magnetic Loop Antenna used with RTL-SDR Direct Sampling
SDRplay RSPDuo Diversity: Combing a Magnetic Loop and Miniwhip Antenna
Mike Tests out L-Band STD-C and AERO with a Low Cost Modified GPS Antenna
Written by admin Posted in Amateur Radio, Antennas, HF, RTL-SDR, SDRplay Tagged with HF, magnetic loop antenna, rtl-sdr, rtl2832, sdrplay, wellbrook



Thanx
73 de Jordan ve7jjd


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1350 khz

patrice.privat
 

Hi

Radio Buenos Aires at 0500 utc with slogan "el color de la ciudad" and Buenos Aires temperature given at the TOH.
Also mentions of "la palabra de dios"

Patrice

Beauvais


Oklahoma TP DX 9/20/19

Richard Allen <dx747j@...>
 

TP reception here this morning was not as good as yesterday.  

828 JOBB English language lesson at 1206, poor signal.

972 HLCA barely audible to poor at 1159.

Receiver: Skywave with 8-inch FSL.


Richard Allen, 

near Perry OK USA.



Long Term Ultralight DXing Project - 20/09/2019

Paul Blundell
 

Date: 20/09/2019
Frequency : 549KHz - 2CR / 0
Frequency : 558KHz - 4AM: / 0
Frequency : 558KHz - 6WA: / 0
Frequency : 594KHz - 3WV: / 2
Frequency : 612KHz - 4QR: / 1
Frequency : 612KHz - 6RN: / 0
Frequency : 711KHz - 4QW: / 0
Frequency : 729KHz - 5RN: / 1
Frequency : 783KHz - 6VA: / 0
Frequency : 783KHz - 8AL: / 0
Frequency : 792KHz - 4RN: / 0
Frequency : 1125KHz - 1RPH: / 1
Frequency : 1125KHz - 5MU: / 0
Frequency : 1170KHz - 2CH: / 0
Frequency : 1251KHz - 2DU: / 0
Frequency : 1296KHz - 4RPH: / 0
Frequency : 1296KHz - 6RN: / 0
Frequency : 1440KHz - 1EA: / 0
Frequency : 1494KHz - 2AY: / 0
Frequency : 1548KHz - 4QD: / 0
Frequency : 1575KHz - HPON - WOLLONGONG: / 0
Notes : [Location] Bradys Lookout, West Tamar. - This was a quick session at around 12:30 pm on my way down the Tamar River for work. Signals were pretty much non-existent, with only a couple of Victorian and NSW stations plus a very weak signal from 4QR on 612kHz. While this spot has a great view, the results were not great.

Photos: https://ultralightradiodxingtasmania.blogspot.com/2019/09/long-term-ultralight-dxing-project_20.html

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Re: Oklahoma TP DX 9-19-19

Peter Laws
 

On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 8:57 AM Richard Allen via Groups.Io
<dx747j@...> wrote:

747 JOIB poor signal // JOUB at 1146-1147.
etc, etc


near Perry OK USA.
Ordinarily, I delete TA/TP reports unseen (but don't demand they be
moved to a separate list!) except for Richard's. This is because I
feel like I owe him. I've only met him once, nearly 10 years ago, at
the big OKC train show (not radio show). Somehow we got on to talking
about radios and he regaled me with stories of Ultralight exploits,
specifically TP reception. I ended up getting a PL-606 not long
afterwards. It's taken a while to get back into it for real, but now
I'm taking every opportunity to scan the AM bands, at least for the
usual DX (if not TP/TA stuff) and I joined IRCA last year (and I
joined WTFDA, too, 'cause I like FM DX).

It's not *all* his fault - I've been a ham for ~30 years and was into
scanning and CBs before that and was a MW-DXer when I was a kid (even
if I didn't know what it was called) but he dragged me back in to this
end of the hobby. So I read his reports. :-)

Peter
Norman, OK USA



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Oklahoma TP DX 9-19-19

Richard Allen <dx747j@...>
 

747 JOIB poor signal // JOUB at 1146-1147.

774 JOUB poor signal at 1159-1202.

828 JOBB fair signal at 1143-1144; poor at 1216.

972 HLCA was the star of the morning here with the signal level often peaking to fair between 1126 and 1209.  

Receiver: Skywave with 8-inch FSL.


Richard Allen, 

near Perry OK USA.



Re: Innovative Ferrite Antennas Article

Gary DeBock
 

Hi Jerry,

Thanks for your comment on the articles. My email address is d1028gary@...
Feel free to send a message off-list if you would like.

73, Gary





73, Gary


Long Term Ultralight DXing Project - 18/09/2019 - Take 2

Paul Blundell
 

Date:18/9/2019
Frequency : 549KHz - 2CR / 0
Frequency : 558KHz - 4AM: / 0
Frequency : 558KHz - 6WA: /
Frequency : 594KHz - 3WV: / 2
Frequency : 612KHz - 4QR: / 1
Frequency : 612KHz - 6RN: / 0
Frequency : 711KHz - 4QW: / 0
Frequency : 729KHz - 5RN: / 0
Frequency : 783KHz - 6VA: / 0
Frequency : 783KHz - 8AL: / 0
Frequency : 792KHz - 4RN: / 0
Frequency : 1125KHz - 1RPH: / 2
Frequency : 1125KHz - 5MU: / 0
Frequency : 1170KHz - 2CH: / 1
Frequency : 1251KHz - 2DU: / 1
Frequency : 1296KHz - 4RPH: / 0
Frequency : 1296KHz - 6RN: / 0
Frequency : 1440KHz - 1EA: / 0
Frequency : 1494KHz - 2AY: / 2
Frequency : 1548KHz - 4QD: / 1
Frequency : 1575KHz - HPON - WOLLONGONG: / 0
Notes : [Location] Lillico Beach, Devonport, Tasmania - A late afternoon session around 4:30 pm on my way home from Burnie. Comparing the signals side by side to my morning session at the Devonport Bluff, a couple of stations were missing totally and overall all signals except 1RPH on 1125kHz and 2AY on 1494kHz were down. 4QD on 1548kHz which was a standout in the morning session was way down, barely being audible. This location which was very nice to look at, didn't produce the results I expected.

Photos and Video: https://ultralightradiodxingtasmania.blogspot.com/2019/09/long-term-ultralight-dxing-project_19.html
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