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Oklahoma TP DX 10-11-20

Richard Allen
 

TP DX this morning was the best here in quite some time (LSR at 1233 GMT).
567 JOIK fair at 1226, audible to 1235.
594 JOAK good at 1219.
693 JOAB fair at 1222 until 1237.
747 JOIB fair at 1201 until 1241; overall the best signal of the session.
774 JOUB poor 1159, signal ploughed under by semi-local KSPI on 780.
828 JOBB fair at 1208; poor at 1239.
972 HLCA audible from 1155 until 1238 often peaking at a good level.
1287 JOHR poor (fully readable) at 1230.
1566 HLAZ poor at 1241; barely audible at 1245.
Skywave SSB with 8-inch FSL.

Richard Allen,
near Perry OK USA.


Re: Soft mute disable

Gord Seifert
 


   I have a PL-310et and I do not notice any change when trying these soft mute disable proceedures. But then, I don't notice any soft mute at all on this radio. Turning it off and on does not reinstate soft mute. Is there a way that soft mute could have been locked off? As it is I have no complaints, it is a very good radio. Just trying to understand.

   Regards,
   Gord S


Oklahoma TP DX 10-10-20

Richard Allen <dx747j@...>
 

TP DX here has continued to be practically non-existent here since mid-September.  Today was no exception with only one station being heard.

594 JOAK fair at 1213 with what sounded like a sporting event commentary (probably baseball).  The signal faded away by 1220.

Skywave receiver with ALA1530LNP.


Richard Allen,

near Perry OK USA.



DX TEST TONIGHT! --WNJC 1360 Washington Township, NJ FT-8 Weak Signal Mode -- GREAT CONDITIONS

Les Rayburn
 


Another DX Test from WNJC-1360 late night tonight! We’re getting spoiled with the weekly DX Test. But tonight’s conditions are the best so far. Great opportunity for DX’ers in Europe and on the West Coast to snag WNJC.

Duke Hamann of WNJC has announced another weekly DX Test of WNJC 1360, which will include the FT-8 mode. A first of its kind for a station doing DX Tests on the MW Band. Tonight’s test will be Omnidirectional pattern at 1250 watts. 

Reception reports can be sent to Duke at: kc2dux@duxpond.com

There is also a Facebook Page devoted to the tests:


The test will be in two parts:

WNJC DX TEST PART ONE 0000 EDT-0100 EDT (0400-0500 UTC)

The test begin late tonight starting at midnight on the East Coast of the United States. Late Saturday/Early Sunday, 10/11 at 0000 EDT (0400 UTC) and initially air the same Morse code IDs, jingles, sweep tones, telephone off-hook sounders and other test material.

Conditions are the best they’ve been so far during this prolonged DX Test. should provide a good opportunity for the test to be received in Europe.

WNJC DX TEST PART TWO 0100 EDT-0200 EDT (0500-0600 UTC)


Duke Hamann will be testing for a second hour using the amateur radio mode FT-8, developed by Joe Taylor, K1JT, a Nobel Prize winning astrophysicist.

FT-8 is a “sound card mode” where you simply input audio from your receiver into your computer’s sound card, then use software to process that audio digging out weak signals in the noise. How well does it work? Using the software and the audio from your receiver, you can decode signals that are as much as -24db below the noise.

Many DX’ers have had success using their receivers in the lower-sideband mode (LSB). Since the WNJC transmissions are in AM Mode, they are effectively double-sideband (DSB). Either sideband should work for reception.



73,

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

NRC & IRCA Courtesy Program Committee Chairman
Member WTFDA, MWC

Perseus SDR, Elad FDM-S2 SDR, AirSpy + Discovery, 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: Current "best" UL DXing Radio

gordrstaples
 

Hi Remy

With all due respect, I don't think that procedure works to turn off the soft mute.  I have several Tecsun PL380 radios and tried your technique on them all but didn't notice any improvement at all.  I have found that tuning 1kz up or down off the desired frequency defeats the soft mute, although you need to turn the volume control up a bit to compensate for the volume drop.

Regards
Gord


On Sat, Oct 10, 2020 at 9:22 AM Rémy Friess <rfriess@...> wrote:
Hi everyone out there,

Le 10/10/2020 à 02:17, Paul S. in CT a écrit :
> [...] Minor nitpik is that one should tune 1kHz low for USB as the radio ADDS 1kHz to the receiver. Likewise, the opposite occurs using LSB.

Not necessarily a bad thing. As I see it this might help keep the filter
on the actual signal. Too many receivers, when switched to SSB remain
with the AM bandwidth and decode only the wanted sideband, which adds
some background noise.

> Buttons a bit small, but have that nice indent function sadly lacking on the ATS-405. If you don't need the SSB or "Sync", I'd stick with the PL-310/380.

Yes, the PL310/380 receivers are excellent on AM, but as far as the 310
is concerned this applies only to the original version, not the
PL-310ET, which is way behind the original version. Unfortunately that
one is no longer on the market.

> PS: that soft mute question... As far as I know its an Automatic Gain Control function that amplifies the strongest 10db of signal, and reduces lower-powered signals. The problem is that the atmospherics  may cause the signal to fade. This causes the soft-mute function to go from a loud signal to a barely audible signal (aka: pumping). Fading normally produces this effect, but soft-mute makes it worse. The SYNC function is supposed to help this by supplying the carrier wave that fades. The problem with THAT is the audio is part of that faded carrier. Many of us here and in the Amateur community are of the opinion that the audio frequencies are NOT affected by the fading, just the carrier. Providing a carrier will recover the audio. Yet another 'can of worms' so to say.

OK, now I see what you mean by soft-mute. But mind you, on the PL380 it
can be deactivated relatively simply. Here's how to go about it:

1/ press VF

1/ tune the receiver to an unused SW frequency.

2/ press and hold VF

4/ when the receiver starts scanning tune down. The background noise
becomes stronger, which shows that this "soft-mute" is no longer active.

Unfortunately it becomes active again when you switch the set off, and
so you have do it all over again when you switch it on again.

It might work with other Tecsun models, I don't know. Maybe you could
try it with the PL-330. It might also improve the action of the synch
detector.

The audio frequencies are necessarily affected by the fading, which is
caused by multipath propagation. Two or more signals arrive out of phase
which causes a sort of notch that creeps through the bandwidth, just as
if you were using a notch filter. Of course this just changes the tone
of the audio and does not cause the distorion you get when the notch
reaches the carrier itself. That change of tone will be more important
if the notch is wide and go almost unnoticed if it is very narrow.

Regards,

Rémy.







Soft mute disable

Ken Kizer
 

On Sat, 10 Oct 2020 15:22:10 +0200, Rémy Friess via groups.io
<rfriess=rfnet.fr@groups.io> wrote:

OK, now I see what you mean by soft-mute. But mind you, on the PL380 it
can be deactivated relatively simply. Here's how to go about it:

1/ press VF

1 [2]/ tune the receiver to an unused SW frequency.

2 [3]/ press and hold VF

4/ when the receiver starts scanning tune down. The background noise
becomes stronger, which shows that this "soft-mute" is no longer active.

Unfortunately it becomes active again when you switch the set off, and
so you have do it all over again when you switch it on again.

It might work with other Tecsun models, I don't know. Maybe you could
try it with the PL-330. It might also improve the action of the synch
detector.

Regards,

Rémy.
Brilliant. The only thing I've seen that works with the PL-390, the
model I own.


Re: Current "best" UL DXing Radio

Rémy Friess
 

Hi everyone out there,

Le 10/10/2020 à 02:17, Paul S. in CT a écrit :
[...] Minor nitpik is that one should tune 1kHz low for USB as the radio ADDS 1kHz to the receiver. Likewise, the opposite occurs using LSB.
Not necessarily a bad thing. As I see it this might help keep the filter on the actual signal. Too many receivers, when switched to SSB remain with the AM bandwidth and decode only the wanted sideband, which adds some background noise.

Buttons a bit small, but have that nice indent function sadly lacking on the ATS-405. If you don't need the SSB or "Sync", I'd stick with the PL-310/380.
Yes, the PL310/380 receivers are excellent on AM, but as far as the 310 is concerned this applies only to the original version, not the PL-310ET, which is way behind the original version. Unfortunately that one is no longer on the market.

PS: that soft mute question... As far as I know its an Automatic Gain Control function that amplifies the strongest 10db of signal, and reduces lower-powered signals. The problem is that the atmospherics may cause the signal to fade. This causes the soft-mute function to go from a loud signal to a barely audible signal (aka: pumping). Fading normally produces this effect, but soft-mute makes it worse. The SYNC function is supposed to help this by supplying the carrier wave that fades. The problem with THAT is the audio is part of that faded carrier. Many of us here and in the Amateur community are of the opinion that the audio frequencies are NOT affected by the fading, just the carrier. Providing a carrier will recover the audio. Yet another 'can of worms' so to say.
OK, now I see what you mean by soft-mute. But mind you, on the PL380 it can be deactivated relatively simply. Here's how to go about it:

1/ press VF

1/ tune the receiver to an unused SW frequency.

2/ press and hold VF

4/ when the receiver starts scanning tune down. The background noise becomes stronger, which shows that this "soft-mute" is no longer active.

Unfortunately it becomes active again when you switch the set off, and so you have do it all over again when you switch it on again.

It might work with other Tecsun models, I don't know. Maybe you could try it with the PL-330. It might also improve the action of the synch detector.

The audio frequencies are necessarily affected by the fading, which is caused by multipath propagation. Two or more signals arrive out of phase which causes a sort of notch that creeps through the bandwidth, just as if you were using a notch filter. Of course this just changes the tone of the audio and does not cause the distorion you get when the notch reaches the carrier itself. That change of tone will be more important if the notch is wide and go almost unnoticed if it is very narrow.

Regards,

Rémy.


Ultralight Radio DXing Kit - October 2020

Paul Blundell
 

With my focus on Ultralight radio DXing, my radio kit has changed, a couple of radios have been removed and I was finding my previous case was not working very well for me, the quality of the foam was not great.


I was out doing some shopping recently when I called passed my local Bunnings store, here I found this new case for $30, I decided to replace my previous case as I found it was not working as well as I would have liked. My plan being to use my previous case for my work tools and use this new case for my Ultralight radio DXing kit.

I started off at home by removing the foam from the base of the case and then sitting all my radios and other pieces of my DXing kit inside to see how they would all fit best.  
 
I ended up placing my 3" FSL at one end and using a piece of pine to divide this off, to the top of this I have attached a small piece of foam wrap, this goes over the top of my 3" FSL and provides some extra protection to this.
 
On the left hand side, I have both my TEAC PR130 and Digitech AR-1733 in cases, this allows them to be easily removed and carried by themselves if I need to. In here I also have my earphones, spare batteries, log sheets and notebook.

Overall, I am very pleased with how well this case has come out, I am able to carry and store multiple radios, log sheets, pens, notes, spare batteries and ear phones, everything I need for portable sessions. It is also small enough to fit in my backpack. For $30 it provides a great level of protection. 

While this case was designed for ultralight DXing the same ideas could be used for amateur radio, radio scanning or any other radio storage need.
 

Photos: https://ultralightradiodxing.blogspot.com/2020/10/ultralight-radio-dxing-kit-october-2020.html

 

 

 

 


Re: Current "best" UL DXing Radio

Paul S. in CT
 

Over the years I've had bad luck with the Ni-MH batteries. Some radios just don't like them, and the batteries themselves are as fragile as glass. My tub of 60 alkaline AA's cost $20, or about 67c for the two needed in the R9012 or R911 in the house.

Best of listening with your choices

Paul S. in CT FN31nl


Re: Current "best" UL DXing Radio

Paul Blundell
 

Thanks for the detailed reply.

That is some amazing battery life, I use some 2000mAh recharbales which are sold at our local supermarket, at $5.60 for 4 AA or AAA's, it is amazing how long these last, even if I replace them once a year, I am still miles in front.

I have settled on the Teac PR130 and Digitech AR-1733, I might look at adding to this in the future.

On Sat, Oct 10, 2020 at 11:17 AM Paul S. in CT <dxrx@...> wrote:
Yes, that 990x is the new version. At that price and likewise for the H501 its a MAJOR dissapointment.
/MHO

1.) In the meantime, my PL-330 arrived this afternoon. Set up and running without incident. AM/SW/FM, and USB/LSB function checked... all as advertised. Noted that the 1kHz offset on AM removes the soft-mute. SSB with the 0.01kHz (10Hz) tuning increments does function on AM-BCB. Minor nitpik is that one should tune 1kHz low for USB as the radio ADDS 1kHz to the receiver. Likewise, the opposite occurs using LSB.

Buttons a bit small, but have that nice indent function sadly lacking on the ATS-405. If you don't need the SSB or "Sync", I'd stick with the PL-310/380.

2.) I don't know the why for this, but since I bought the R9012 radio, I've noticed an increase in battery life. I believe this is a combination of using the Tecsun A200 passive loop, and an improvement of my standard-use Rayovac AA alkalines. Would you belive 550+ hours continuous?

Using the loop improved life from just over 400 hrs average to 500 hours. And I think the new tub of batterries 'high energy' with date code of early 2029 improved the time more. The most recent pair of AA's could operate the radio down to 0.94V (1.88V total). All of my previous batteries would quit at 1.05V (total 2.10V).  This last pair of new batteries went 608 hours continuous.

So in closing there are some new tricks here that may influence a decision. For about US$45 one gets either a PL310/380 or a R9012 + A200 loop. For AM-BCB this looks like a coinflip, but the PL-310 really excels at SW and FM. And the R9012/loop gets one emergency radio type life from a pair of AA's. If one needs SSB theres the Tecsun PL-365 or this PL330 in the US$70-80 range.

Paul S. in CT FN31nl

PS: that soft mute question... As far as I know its an Automatic Gain Control function that amplifies the strongest 10db of signal, and reduces lower-powered signals. The problem is that the atmospherics  may cause the signal to fade. This causes the soft-mute function to go from a loud signal to a barely audible signal (aka: pumping). Fading normally produces this effect, but soft-mute makes it worse. The SYNC function is supposed to help this by supplying the carrier wave that fades. The problem with THAT is the audio is part of that faded carrier. Many of us here and in the Amateur community are of the opinion that the audio frequencies are NOT affected by the fading, just the carrier. Providing a carrier will recover the audio. Yet another 'can of worms' so to say.







--
Paul


Re: Canadian AM Radio Stations

Paul S. in CT
 

Over at the World of Radio group Andy Reid is reporting that 1350 CJNL in B.C. has gone silent. Also 1040 CJMS has had its CRTC problems, and is on temp. authority. It has been ordered off-air a few times this year. You might want to try for this one while you can.

Regards
Paul S. in CT FN31nl


Re: Current "best" UL DXing Radio

Paul S. in CT
 

Yes, that 990x is the new version. At that price and likewise for the H501 its a MAJOR dissapointment.
/MHO

1.) In the meantime, my PL-330 arrived this afternoon. Set up and running without incident. AM/SW/FM, and USB/LSB function checked... all as advertised. Noted that the 1kHz offset on AM removes the soft-mute. SSB with the 0.01kHz (10Hz) tuning increments does function on AM-BCB. Minor nitpik is that one should tune 1kHz low for USB as the radio ADDS 1kHz to the receiver. Likewise, the opposite occurs using LSB.

Buttons a bit small, but have that nice indent function sadly lacking on the ATS-405. If you don't need the SSB or "Sync", I'd stick with the PL-310/380.

2.) I don't know the why for this, but since I bought the R9012 radio, I've noticed an increase in battery life. I believe this is a combination of using the Tecsun A200 passive loop, and an improvement of my standard-use Rayovac AA alkalines. Would you belive 550+ hours continuous?

Using the loop improved life from just over 400 hrs average to 500 hours. And I think the new tub of batterries 'high energy' with date code of early 2029 improved the time more. The most recent pair of AA's could operate the radio down to 0.94V (1.88V total). All of my previous batteries would quit at 1.05V (total 2.10V). This last pair of new batteries went 608 hours continuous.

So in closing there are some new tricks here that may influence a decision. For about US$45 one gets either a PL310/380 or a R9012 + A200 loop. For AM-BCB this looks like a coinflip, but the PL-310 really excels at SW and FM. And the R9012/loop gets one emergency radio type life from a pair of AA's. If one needs SSB theres the Tecsun PL-365 or this PL330 in the US$70-80 range.

Paul S. in CT FN31nl

PS: that soft mute question... As far as I know its an Automatic Gain Control function that amplifies the strongest 10db of signal, and reduces lower-powered signals. The problem is that the atmospherics may cause the signal to fade. This causes the soft-mute function to go from a loud signal to a barely audible signal (aka: pumping). Fading normally produces this effect, but soft-mute makes it worse. The SYNC function is supposed to help this by supplying the carrier wave that fades. The problem with THAT is the audio is part of that faded carrier. Many of us here and in the Amateur community are of the opinion that the audio frequencies are NOT affected by the fading, just the carrier. Providing a carrier will recover the audio. Yet another 'can of worms' so to say.


Re: Canadian AM Radio Stations

John Hudak
 

Here are some updates/corrections to the list.

530    CHLO    Not really Greek programming as such.  Mostly south Asian (Hindi, Punjabi) with just a bit of other ethnic programming on weekends or evenings.

960    CKNT    Mississauga, ON     0.7kW day     0.7kW night    Slogan is “Sauga 960 AM”

1220    CFAJ     St. Catharines, ON     Power unknown but probably 1kW at this time.  Came on earlier this year and has been in "testing" mode ever since. 
Format is "oldies" pop.  Signal seems a bit stronger at my location now so maybe they've bumped up the power.  I emailed them for more info but got no reply.

1280    CJRU    Toronto, ON     0.099kW day    0.099kW night     Ryerson University radio.

1350    CIRF    Brampton, ON     Power unknown but perhaps 1kW    ID is "R. Humsafar" with south Asian programming.  New station this year.

Cheers,
John   VE3CXB
Dundas, ON


Re: Article - Planning a portable ultralight radio dxing session

Paul Blundell
 

I have made some updates / changes to this, due to COVID-19 and some other changes. I have now also added a list of some good local DXing locations. 

https://ultralightradiodxing.blogspot.com/2020/01/planning-portable-ultralight-radio.html


Re: [odxa] KSEN 1150 kHz Shelby, MT DX Test [ CORRECTION ON TIME ]

Paul Blundell
 

Thanks for sharing this, while I have no chance of hearing this, it is really good to see the DXing hobby being so supported.

Paul

On Fri, Oct 9, 2020 at 10:50 AM Les Rayburn <les@...> wrote:
The Courtesy Program Committee of the National Radio Club and International Radio Club of America are pleased to announce another DX Test. This time from KSEN 1150 kHz in Shelby, Montana, near the Canadian border. KSEN plays an oldies format with the slogan, “Good as Gold.” They’re a fixture in the Shelby area but can be difficult to log outside of Big Sky country. 

This test for distant listeners is being done with the generous support of the owners of KSEN, station management, and Chief Engineer Todd Clark. We can also thank the efforts of CPC member Paul Walker who used his connections in broadcasting to arrange yet another test. 

The test will be on late night Saturday-Early Sunday morning on November 8, 2020 starting at 12:01AM Mountain Time for one hour. This is 0700-0800 UTC so it may be tough to log in Europe. 

Test will be at the daytime power of 10,000 watts, but we are not yet certain about which antenna pattern may be available for the test. 
Todd is attempting to arrange a change to the ND pattern, but may be limited to the night pattern which favors the North and South, with nulls towards E-W. 

KSEN AM Coverage Map


Test will consist of voice announcements, Morse Code ID’s, sweep tones, off-hook telephone sounders, etc. The station has a small staff, so they have asked the CPC Committee to handle reception reports and verifications. Verifications will be by e-mail only. A specially designed QSL card in Adobe PDF format will be sent to successful reports. 

The CPC prefers audio recordings in .MP3 or .WAV format. These should be e-mailed to: les@...

Put this on your calendar, and don’t miss the chance to log a great station in Northern Montana. Thanks again to CE Todd Clark and Paul Walker for this great DX Test. 




73,

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

NRC & IRCA Courtesy Program Committee Chairman
Member WTFDA, MWC

Perseus SDR, Elad FDM-S2 SDR, AirSpy + Discovery, 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…” 



--
Paul


[odxa] KSEN 1150 kHz Shelby, MT DX Test [ CORRECTION ON TIME ]

Les Rayburn
 

The Courtesy Program Committee of the National Radio Club and International Radio Club of America are pleased to announce another DX Test. This time from KSEN 1150 kHz in Shelby, Montana, near the Canadian border. KSEN plays an oldies format with the slogan, “Good as Gold.” They’re a fixture in the Shelby area but can be difficult to log outside of Big Sky country. 

This test for distant listeners is being done with the generous support of the owners of KSEN, station management, and Chief Engineer Todd Clark. We can also thank the efforts of CPC member Paul Walker who used his connections in broadcasting to arrange yet another test. 

The test will be on late night Saturday-Early Sunday morning on November 8, 2020 starting at 12:01AM Mountain Time for one hour. This is 0700-0800 UTC so it may be tough to log in Europe. 

Test will be at the daytime power of 10,000 watts, but we are not yet certain about which antenna pattern may be available for the test. 
Todd is attempting to arrange a change to the ND pattern, but may be limited to the night pattern which favors the North and South, with nulls towards E-W. 

KSEN AM Coverage Map


Test will consist of voice announcements, Morse Code ID’s, sweep tones, off-hook telephone sounders, etc. The station has a small staff, so they have asked the CPC Committee to handle reception reports and verifications. Verifications will be by e-mail only. A specially designed QSL card in Adobe PDF format will be sent to successful reports. 

The CPC prefers audio recordings in .MP3 or .WAV format. These should be e-mailed to: les@...

Put this on your calendar, and don’t miss the chance to log a great station in Northern Montana. Thanks again to CE Todd Clark and Paul Walker for this great DX Test. 




73,

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

NRC & IRCA Courtesy Program Committee Chairman
Member WTFDA, MWC

Perseus SDR, Elad FDM-S2 SDR, AirSpy + Discovery, 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…” 


Australian AM Radio History

Paul Blundell
 

Hi all,

I have recently come across this website which has some really good information.

https://austamradiohistory.com/

Paul
https://ultralightradiodxing.blogspot.com/


Re: Current "best" UL DXing Radio

David Smith
 

I’ve had a Tecsun PL-990x for just over a week and the Sync is disappointing on weak signals.

73 David


Re: Canadian AM Radio Stations

Russ Edmunds
 

The topaz list includes Canadian stations which are licensed but silent as it is based on FCC data which includes these as the allocations are still treaty-protected.

Russ Edmunds

WB2BJH

Blue Bell, PA

Grid FN20id


From: main@UltralightDX.groups.io <main@UltralightDX.groups.io> on behalf of Peter Laws via groups.io <plaws0@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 7, 2020 9:39 PM
To: main@ultralightdx.groups.io <main@ultralightdx.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [UltralightDX] Canadian AM Radio Stations
 
Several listed for Montreal are silent; some for a while, some recently.

Sad.

On Wed, Oct 7, 2020 at 7:36 PM Paul S. in CT <dxrx@...> wrote:
>
> The attatchment provides a list of the 156 known operating AM Radio Stations in Canada. Too big a list to post. This info was kindly provided by the folks at topazdesigns.com  I assembled and brought to pdf format.
>
> Regards
> Paul S. in CT FN31nl
>
>
>
>
>


--
Peter Laws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net | Travel by Train!






Re: Current "best" UL DXing Radio

Rémy Friess
 


Le 07/10/2020 à 20:17, Paul S. in CT a écrit :
I've owned both the PL-310 and the G6. Not as good as larger radios, (Superradio 2 or Grundig G5/Degen 1103) but portability for travel is great. The PL-310 can be offset 1kHz to stop the soft mute effect.

What exactly do you call soft mute ?

Rémy.

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