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Re: 1130 Brazil Rádio Nacional Rio de Janeiro Etón Elite Traveler 6910km

Jorge Garzón
 

El vie., abr. 9, 2021 a 7:36, Peter 1956
<pe1etr@...> escribió:
Barefoot ultralight radio.
Received in Botswana. 03:55 UTC 9th April 2021

https://youtu.be/HQ3qdNfbI6A

Peter Wilson


1130 Brazil Rádio Nacional Rio de Janeiro Etón Elite Traveler 6910km

Peter 1956
 

Barefoot ultralight radio.
Received in Botswana. 03:55 UTC 9th April 2021

https://youtu.be/HQ3qdNfbI6A

Peter Wilson


TA loggins this morning

Jorge Garzón
 

Propagation is being generous with our beloved ULR. This morning I could get the following (before going thru recordings made):

DateUTC
from
UTC
to
QRGITUStation, locationDetails, remarksDistance
km
Received by/in
2021-04-0805171440USAWWCL Radio Vision Cristiana, Lehigh Acres (FL)Canciones cristianas en SS. , Sangean DT-250. //Streaming. Mezclada con WRED y otras USA.7055 by ULR DX/DX de bolsillo. , EA1036swl · Toranzo (IN83ag). (E)
2021-04-0805191440USAWRED 96.3 The Big JAB / SportsRadio WJAB, Westbrook (ME)Cx deportivos entre OM. , Sangean DT-250. //Streaming. Mezcla con R. Visión y otras USA.5208 by ULR DX/DX de bolsillo. , EA1036swl · Toranzo (IN83ag). (E)
2021-04-0805371690USAWPTX 1690 AM WPTX, Lexington Park (MD)The Lady in Red por Chris De Burgh. ID. , Sangean DT-250. Batiburrillo NA.5942 by ULR DX/DX de bolsillo. , EA1036swl · Toranzo (IN83ag). (E)
2021-04-0805481620CUBRadio Rebelde, Guantánamo/CTOM3 (gu)Mx cubana El disgusto del bigote. , Sangean DT-800. //5025 kHz. Otras NA. Fading rápido.6992 by ULR DX/DX de bolsillo. , EA1036swl · Toranzo (IN83ag). (E
With today's log I get a new record for my Sangean DT-250 pocket radio with more than 7.000 km and 6.992 km for Sangean DT-800 pocket radio. Both are much better receivers than CC Pocket, unfortunately more noisier than both Sangeans! 


Re: This DX'er Is Going To Be REALLY FAMOUS!

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 


Nothing I can do about it

It’s satellite internet. The only option. 



On Tue, Apr 6, 2021 at 10:58 AM Phil Pasteur <ppasteur@q.com> wrote:
Good interview Paul, but your Internet connection there does truly  leave much to be desired. I am curious, what service do you use?


Re: This DX'er Is Going To Be REALLY FAMOUS!

Phil Pasteur
 

Good interview Paul, but your Internet connection there does truly  leave much to be desired. I am curious, what service do you use?


Re: Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

Wayne Heinen <amlog@...>
 

Nice File as well thanks!

73

Wayne Heinen N0POH
Editor
NRC AM Radio Log
Aurora, CO

-----Original Message-----
From: main@UltralightDX.groups.io <main@UltralightDX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Peter Laws
Sent: Tuesday, April 6, 2021 8:59 AM
To: main@ultralightdx.groups.io
Subject: Re: [UltralightDX] Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 8:18 PM Wayne Heinen <amlog@...> wrote:

Thanks for Sharing nice file!


I made another that is adapted from the FCC's own page that shows the different classifications of channels and a little about the remaining AM broadcast "classes"):

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1viufJPvMNFZNrGZ_-7otN12y4ntbXyqnC2OMixfCg6A/edit?usp=sharing


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Re: Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

Peter Laws
 

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 8:18 PM Wayne Heinen <amlog@...> wrote:

Thanks for Sharing nice file!


I made another that is adapted from the FCC's own page that shows the
different classifications of channels and a little about the remaining
AM broadcast "classes"):

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1viufJPvMNFZNrGZ_-7otN12y4ntbXyqnC2OMixfCg6A/edit?usp=sharing


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


Re: ULR DX - New record for me SANGEAN DT-250

Paul Blundell
 

This has come up a few times. Ultralight refers to the size of the radio itself. We have barefoot and unlimited classes for the different setups.

Our focus is on making the most of these pocket sized radios, no matter what is used with them. The size guidelines are only a guide, not hard and fast rules.

Happy to see any discussion on this and where we want the hobby to go and progress.

Paul

On Tue, 6 Apr 2021, 20:04 Jorge Garzón via groups.io, <iberiaDX=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]

 
Thanks to all of you, folks!
Yes, I am glad to experience this with such a small receiver. Both Sangeans (DT-250 and DT-800) are outstanding devices! 
 
Well, I had extraordinary records with my DEGEN DE1103 when I was trying the Ross DX Challenge (as you know this portable is slightly bigger that 20" sq, being actually 29 sq inches.) But for us in Europe this is still a small portable one. With it, I got (>9.000 km):
 
1557 RFA Kouhu TWN 300kW 12.11.2020 (10.651 km)
1470 Radio Felicidad Lima PRU 25kW 16.11.2020 (9.609 km) 
920 RN de Paraguay AM Asunción 100kW 16.11.2020 (9.377 km) 
1377 CNR1 Xingyang 600 kW 13.11.2020 (9.263 km) 
1700 XEPE Heraldo R. Tijuana 10 kW 16.11.2020 (9.189 km)

That gave me some points to think of... 
Firstly, we depend 'yes or yes' on the propagation. I have experimented from extremely weak signals even not modulated ones affected by deep and quick fading, to strong ones easily listeneable. Also extremely short openings (seconds and even just bursts) to steady periods of hours, rarely. Openings can bring alive to our 'small devices' and close band keeps (even) SDR deaf! 
 
Secondly, which is the real value of an ULR DX record well equipped with external antennae? The FSL antenna is a real gem (now assembling my first one) and the Tecsun AN-200 loop is extremely good, both coupled by induction. What about if I choose to couple a MiniWhip or a W'brook 1530LN? Is it still an ULR DXing or not? An Ultralight radio or a small portable with these big antennae it isn't longer a small radio, or it is? Should be considered an ULR/small portable DX just  listenings made with ferrite built-in? Just a reflection to share and perhaps a box to open and discuss... 
 
Is there any kind of score log for ULR/small portable records? In case not, why do not start with a first one? 
 
73 y buen DX. 


                              El lun., abr. 5, 2021 a 20:16, Paul S. in CT
<dxrx@...> escribió:
The CKPC and WWRU logs are excellent reeception.
CKPC 25kW 5690km
WWRU 10kW 5640km (actually the 'better' catch because of lower power)

Both over 3500 miles.
Congrats.

Paul S. in CT






Re: ULR DX - New record for me SANGEAN DT-250

Jorge Garzón
 
Edited

 
Thanks to all of you, folks!
Yes, I am glad to experience this with such a small receiver. Both Sangeans (DT-250 and DT-800) are outstanding devices! 
 
Well, I had extraordinary records with my DEGEN DE1103 when I was trying the Ross DX Challenge (as you know this portable is slightly bigger that 20" sq, being actually 29 sq inches.) But for us in Europe this is still a small portable one. With it, I got (>9.000 km):
 
1557 RFA Kouhu TWN 300kW 12.11.2020 (10.651 km)
1470 Radio Felicidad Lima PRU 25kW 16.11.2020 (9.609 km) 
920 RN de Paraguay AM Asunción 100kW 16.11.2020 (9.377 km) 
1377 CNR1 Xingyang 600 kW 13.11.2020 (9.263 km) 
1700 XEPE Heraldo R. Tijuana 10 kW 16.11.2020 (9.189 km)

That gave me some points to think of... 
Firstly, we depend 'yes or yes' on the propagation. I have experimented from extremely weak signals even not modulated ones affected by deep and quick fading, to strong ones easily listeneable. Also extremely short openings (seconds and even just bursts) to steady periods of hours, rarely. Openings can bring alive to our 'small devices' and close band keeps (even) SDR deaf! 
 
Secondly, which is the real value of an ULR DX record well equipped with external antennae? The FSL antenna is a real gem (now assembling my first one) and the Tecsun AN-200 loop is extremely good, both coupled by induction. What about if I choose to couple a MiniWhip or a W'brook 1530LN? Is it still an ULR DXing or not? An Ultralight radio or a small portable with these big antennae it isn't longer a small radio, or it is? Should be considered an ULR/small portable DX just  listenings made with ferrite built-in? Just a reflection to share and perhaps a box to open and discuss... 
 
Is there any kind of score log for ULR/small portable records? In case not, why do not start with a first one? 
 
73 y buen DX. 


                              El lun., abr. 5, 2021 a 20:16, Paul S. in CT

<dxrx@...> escribió:
The CKPC and WWRU logs are excellent reeception.
CKPC 25kW 5690km
WWRU 10kW 5640km (actually the 'better' catch because of lower power)

Both over 3500 miles.
Congrats.

Paul S. in CT






Re: This DX'er Is Going To Be REALLY FAMOUS!

Paul Blundell
 

I just got a chance to watch this, another great interview and very interesting.

Paul

On Tue, Apr 6, 2021 at 12:06 PM Stephen Rapley <stephen.vk2rh@...> wrote:
That was an excellent interview Paul! 

Cheers 
Stephen 

On Tue, 6 Apr 2021 at 11:24 am, Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:

Here’s a recording, thanks to Matt Smith at WGSR TV in Reidsville, NC for recording this off the stream for me;

News Breakfast (Australia) interviews Paul Walker 






On Fri, Apr 2, 2021 at 6:36 PM Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
I got an email from a producer at ABC TV Australia's National morning show, "News Breakfast". They want to do a live interview with me during the show on Tuesday morning (Monday afternoon-ish) in Australia. I'll let y'all know more when I do.

This is all because of my reception of ABC Hobart on 936khz from 8000 miles/13,000km away!


Paul

  



--
Paul


Re: This DX'er Is Going To Be REALLY FAMOUS!

Stephen Rapley
 

That was an excellent interview Paul! 

Cheers 
Stephen 

On Tue, 6 Apr 2021 at 11:24 am, Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:

Here’s a recording, thanks to Matt Smith at WGSR TV in Reidsville, NC for recording this off the stream for me;

News Breakfast (Australia) interviews Paul Walker 






On Fri, Apr 2, 2021 at 6:36 PM Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
I got an email from a producer at ABC TV Australia's National morning show, "News Breakfast". They want to do a live interview with me during the show on Tuesday morning (Monday afternoon-ish) in Australia. I'll let y'all know more when I do.

This is all because of my reception of ABC Hobart on 936khz from 8000 miles/13,000km away!


Paul

  


This DX'er Is Going To Be REALLY FAMOUS!

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 


Here’s a recording, thanks to Matt Smith at WGSR TV in Reidsville, NC for recording this off the stream for me;

News Breakfast (Australia) interviews Paul Walker 






On Fri, Apr 2, 2021 at 6:36 PM Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
I got an email from a producer at ABC TV Australia's National morning show, "News Breakfast". They want to do a live interview with me during the show on Tuesday morning (Monday afternoon-ish) in Australia. I'll let y'all know more when I do.

This is all because of my reception of ABC Hobart on 936khz from 8000 miles/13,000km away!


Paul

  


Re: Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

Wayne Heinen <amlog@...>
 

Thanks for Sharing nice file!

 

73

 

Wayne Heinen N0POH

Editor

NRC AM Radio Log

Aurora, CO

 

 

 

From: main@UltralightDX.groups.io <main@UltralightDX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Paul Blundell
Sent: Monday, April 5, 2021 5:08 PM
To: main@ultralightdx.groups.io
Subject: Re: [UltralightDX] Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

 

That is a great file, thanks for sharing it.

 

Paul

 

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 11:30 PM Peter Laws <plaws0@...> wrote:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Q6On6hYRBcy14v-1LVW5oXGJhmU7L08o0jbNOElEN7g/edit?usp=sharing

Enjoy.

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 1:53 AM wn4isx <wn4isx@...> wrote:
>
> Does anyone have a sequential list of the combined 9KHz and 10KHz AM channels as one file?
>
> I have them as separate files and I'd really like to avoid manually "interleaving"  them together/
> Thank you
>



--
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Paul

 


Long Term DX Project - Easter 2021

Paul Blundell
 

Date: 02/04/2021 - 05/04/2021
Time: 6pm and 10pm each night
Location: Home, Launceston Tasmania.
Notes: Over the Easter break I have ran a condensed version of my Long Term DX project where I have logged the same 10 stations at the same times each day for four days. The results can be seen below, including an average signal level.
As I expected, the three 50kw "big gun" stations were the best performers. 3GG on 531kHz, HPON Geelong on 1341kHz and HPON Melbourne on 1422kHz all averaged in the fours.

https://ultralightradiodxing.blogspot.com/2021/04/long-term-dx-project-easter-2021.html


Re: This DX'er Is Going To Be REALLY FAMOUS!

Paul Blundell
 

I just had a look online, they have not uploaded it yet.


Re: Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

Paul Blundell
 

That is a great file, thanks for sharing it.

Paul

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 11:30 PM Peter Laws <plaws0@...> wrote:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Q6On6hYRBcy14v-1LVW5oXGJhmU7L08o0jbNOElEN7g/edit?usp=sharing

Enjoy.

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 1:53 AM wn4isx <wn4isx@...> wrote:
>
> Does anyone have a sequential list of the combined 9KHz and 10KHz AM channels as one file?
>
> I have them as separate files and I'd really like to avoid manually "interleaving"  them together/
> Thank you
>



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







--
Paul


Re: ULR DX - New record for me SANGEAN DT-250

Paul S. in CT
 

The CKPC and WWRU logs are excellent reeception.
CKPC 25kW 5690km
WWRU 10kW 5640km (actually the 'better' catch because of lower power)

Both over 3500 miles.
Congrats.

Paul S. in CT


Re: Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

Peter Laws
 

On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 1:53 AM wn4isx <wn4isx@...> wrote:

Does anyone have a sequential list of the combined 9KHz and 10KHz AM channels as one file?

I have them as separate files and I'd really like to avoid manually "interleaving" them together/
Thank you
--
Peter Laws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net | Travel by Train!


Re: Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

Marc Coevoet
 

Linux is kinda plugin under windows10, you can use the terminal (bash) to work...


https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-win10




Op 5/04/2021 om 09:47 schreef Marc Coevoet via groups.io:

Op 5/04/2021 om 08:37 schreef wn4isx:
Does anyone have a sequential list of the combined 9KHz and 10KHz AM channels as one file?

I have them as separate files and I'd really like to avoid manually "interleaving"  them together/
Thank you
Under linux ...
cat f9 F10 > f9and10unsorted
sort -n f9and10unsorted  > f9and10sorted
-n is for sorting numerical values.
Marc
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For former Windows users: Lubuntu.org (menu's down left)


Re: Combined 9KHz and 10KHz channales

Marc Coevoet
 

Op 5/04/2021 om 08:37 schreef wn4isx:
Does anyone have a sequential list of the combined 9KHz and 10KHz AM channels as one file?
I have them as separate files and I'd really like to avoid manually "interleaving"  them together/
Thank you
Under linux ...

cat f9 F10 > f9and10unsorted
sort -n f9and10unsorted > f9and10sorted



-n is for sorting numerical values.

Marc


--
The "Penguin" has arrived - and he's not going away - ever.
For former Apple users: Xubuntu.org (menu's up left)
For former Windows users: Lubuntu.org (menu's down left)

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