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Oldies 860 unid

Carl DeWhitt
 

Last night i had a station on 860 i.d.ing as Oldies 860.It was followed
by a call sign which sounded like WDGS .But i could not come up with
anything matching that in the FCC database.I heard it here in east
Tennessee after 10 P.M. and before 11 P.M. Eastern time with poor
signal.I know the call started with a W but not sure about the other
letters except that it was a four letter call.Any ideas ?


Re: Heard first TA on URL

Carl DeWhitt
 

--- What country is on 1134 that you logged in this logging ?I do not
have my WRTH handy.It might be in storage while we are waiting to get
into our new home.If you heard it there,i should be able to hear it
here in Tennessee on my E-100.
Carl DeWhitt
Walland,Tn.

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

Mark:

First I want to thank you all the help you've provided.

Until last evening I would never have thought I could anything
though
the KMOX HD noise. But I tuned to 1134 at 0202 UTC and there was a
man speaking in an eastern European language. You can't image my
surprise. I immediately switched on the recorder. The signal was
heard fading in and out of the IBOC hiss until I finally quit
listening at 0312. It was all heard on a barefoot, factory aligned
Etón E100. It seems to handle the sideband trash better than the
more
sensitive SRF-T615.

Around sunset until about 0130 UTC, I continue to hear a het on
1521.
You can't imagine how much I've learned about University of
Oklahoma
sports from KOKC 1520 hoping to hear some audio.

I did tune to 1575 last evening but old time pest XERF was too
strong.
I had a possibility on 774 kHZ but my eyelids crashed.

Because the E100 was tuned to 774 I heard JOUB right after I awoke
this morning with possibly the best signal ever. It was 100% copy
at
1151 until 1152:30 UTC when it faded away. There was no QRM from
WBBM
and local KSPI was off. At 1157 I heard a woman talking in
Japanese
on 747 kHz briefly. Then it seemed like someone pulled the curtain
shut around 1200 for nothing was heard afterward. The het on 972
kHz
I've been monitoring the last few mornings wasn't audible.
Although
conditions appeared to have deteriorated, I could still hear CBW
990
and CJGX 940 without any trouble.

Again thanks Mark and John. John I'm planning for a new house, so
maybe I'll need the "wallpaper"! Guys if I can hear them, you can.

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

--- In ultralightdx@..., "MarkWA1ION" <MarkWA1ION@>
wrote:

Congratulations Richard on the TA from Oklahoma. I think you
will
bag
some more especially Canaries-621, Spain-585/684/774, France-
1206/1377/1557, Algeria-891, Saudi-1521, and maybe some others.

UAE on 1575 has been getting heard all over the place including
the
West Coast. Might be worth a try.

Mark Connelly WA1ION


ULTRALIGHT Sunset Skip ......1 NEW STN tonight.......

robert ross
 

Hi Guys:

Slim pickens tonight at Sunset. Lots of decent stuff heard.....but only
1 NEW STATION...which is also NEW for the OVERALL LOG.

Radio used tonight was.............SONY SRF-T615 BAREFOOT
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

ULTRALIGHT LOG TOTALS are now.................537 Stations Heard.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


**********************************************************************************************
1320 WGOC Kingsport (Gray) , TENN. Nov/13/08 1633 EST EE FAIR
Mixing with CJMR Mississauga.......Male DJ heard in the Mix with ID as
"AM 1320 WGOC". Male DJ Spoke for a minute then into Country Music.

NEW STATION NEW ULR # 537 5 KW/500 Watts Nights
ROSS, ONT.
***********************************************************************************************

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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E100 Four Variant Shootout Article

Gary DeBock
 

Hello Guys,
 
     Most of you have probably heard about superb new performance modifications for the Eton E100 Ultralight radio, including an innovative Slider loopstick, and a razor-sharp Murata CFJ455K5 IF filter.  But in these days of financial stress, many DXers are wondering whether these improvements are really cost-effective, and what kind of actual DX performance boost they can expect.
 
     To answer all these questions and more, the ultimate E100 competitive performance article has just been uploaded to DXer.Ca.  A stock E100, a Murata filter model, a Slider loopstick model, and a fully modified E100 "shoot it out" in both daytime DXing, and also in transoceanic DXing at the isolated ocean beach of Grayland, WA.  Full details are given on the cost-effectiveness of each modification, as well as interesting background information on the development of what may become a legendary loopstick, and the selection of the perfect IF filter. Enjoy!
 
     73, Gary DeBock    




last nights logs

Allen Willie
 

 
 
Hi Guys,
 
I was battling the flu bug yesterday but managed to log 3 new ones last night as conditions seemed very good.  Finally hit the 400 stations mark overall as well as the 200 transatlantic station total with these as follows:
 
1071 khz - Radio Voice Of The People  Tartus, Syria   1:48 UTC  11/13/08  w/ arabic chants by man , commentary
 
1026 khz - Rashet Dalet, Tel Aviv Israel   2:02 UTC 11/13/08  w/ Hebrew language .man in Hebrew chants
 
1320 khz - WJAS Pittsburgh, Penn  2:50 UTC 11/13/08 w/ song "Here Comes The Sun" follwed by Legal ID  by woman
 
Best Of DX
 
Allen Willie
St. John's, Newfoundland
SRF-M37V barefoot
 


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Grundig G3??????

dypete
 

Hello all....
 
I may be mistaken and I apologize if I am wrong.
 
I recollect reading something about a new addition to the Grundig line, the "G3"
 
I do not have the e-mail or site where I read it.
 
Is this correct?
 
Thank you!
 
Pete
KB2DY
 
Pete Giacopelli
"Carpe Diem"
"Seize the day"
"It's OK to think about what you want(ed) to do but it's time to do what you were meant to do."
"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards" - Søren Kierkegaard
"Nature does nothing uselessly" Aristotle
"Improvise, Adapt, Overcome" movie " Heartbreak Ridge"
"Remember, Progress not perfection!"
 
In a message dated 11/13/2008 8:37:35 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, wb6tnb@... writes:

Part of the reason I like the Terk is because you can put dinky (oops,
I meant ultralight) radios inside.

73

--- In ultralightdx@yahoogroups.com, Richard Berler > wrote:
>
> Even though not an ultralight, I am impressed at the tiny G6 with a
TERK Advantage loop. Not only does the G6 - TERK combo result in
noticeably better (not night and day, but useful) sensitivity than a
SANGEAN PR-D5 or SONY ICF-S5W barefoot, but the selectivity is
outstanding! I can get very good results 10 KHz away from locals that
the PR-D5 has difficulty with. I was expecting that the TERK would
make weak stations 10 KHz away from a local more difficult to hear,
but my experience is quite the opposite!  Although the SONY ICF-S5W is
good selectivitywise in an urban setting, the G6 - TERK combo is even
better.
>  
> Although daytime listening benefits to a degree that is exceptional
vs barefoot, the nighttime improvement is also useful.
>  
> The G6 seems to work well with the TERK inside the loop, or next to
the outside of the loop with the radio perpendicular to the plane of
the loop.
>  
> Heatwave





Re: G6 @ TERK Advantage

lrdheat
 



--- On Wed, 11/12/08, texnote wrote:
From: texnote
Subject: [ultralightdx] Re: G6 @ TERK Advantage
To: ultralightdx@...
Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2008, 9:50 PM

How about the Sony ICF-S5W with the Terk loop?

Paul
The TERK provides only a slight increase in sensitivity, but it is difficult to find the sweet spot, and, as result, is not worth the effort unless one was set up on a table where a great deal of care could be given to positioning and tuning. At night, it is nearly impossible to figure out if I am hitting a tuning peak.
Heatwave
P.S. The G6/TERK combo is quite portable...again, a discernable, but not night and day improvement over the ICF-S5W or PR-D5, but easy enough to manage where I find it comfortable to stand in my driveway,  tune the G6, and peak the TERK...the selectivity that is realized with that combo is great.
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Re: Heard first TA on URL

bbwrwy
 

Mark:

First I want to thank you all the help you've provided.

Until last evening I would never have thought I could anything though
the KMOX HD noise. But I tuned to 1134 at 0202 UTC and there was a
man speaking in an eastern European language. You can't image my
surprise. I immediately switched on the recorder. The signal was
heard fading in and out of the IBOC hiss until I finally quit
listening at 0312. It was all heard on a barefoot, factory aligned
Etón E100. It seems to handle the sideband trash better than the more
sensitive SRF-T615.

Around sunset until about 0130 UTC, I continue to hear a het on 1521.
You can't imagine how much I've learned about University of Oklahoma
sports from KOKC 1520 hoping to hear some audio.

I did tune to 1575 last evening but old time pest XERF was too strong.
I had a possibility on 774 kHZ but my eyelids crashed.

Because the E100 was tuned to 774 I heard JOUB right after I awoke
this morning with possibly the best signal ever. It was 100% copy at
1151 until 1152:30 UTC when it faded away. There was no QRM from WBBM
and local KSPI was off. At 1157 I heard a woman talking in Japanese
on 747 kHz briefly. Then it seemed like someone pulled the curtain
shut around 1200 for nothing was heard afterward. The het on 972 kHz
I've been monitoring the last few mornings wasn't audible. Although
conditions appeared to have deteriorated, I could still hear CBW 990
and CJGX 940 without any trouble.

Again thanks Mark and John. John I'm planning for a new house, so
maybe I'll need the "wallpaper"! Guys if I can hear them, you can.

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

--- In ultralightdx@..., "MarkWA1ION" <MarkWA1ION@...>
wrote:

Congratulations Richard on the TA from Oklahoma. I think you will
bag
some more especially Canaries-621, Spain-585/684/774, France-
1206/1377/1557, Algeria-891, Saudi-1521, and maybe some others.

UAE on 1575 has been getting heard all over the place including the
West Coast. Might be worth a try.

Mark Connelly WA1ION


Yesterday's ULTRALIGHT Sunset Skip Loggings...2 NEW ONES...1 UNID????

robert ross
 

Hi Guys:

Good conditions to the southeast again last night at SUNSET. Lots of
Good stuff from VA/W.VA/MARYLAND area. 2 NEW ONES for the ULR Log and 1
UNID Playing CHRISTMAS MUSIC!!!! Anyone know who the Station is playing
CHRISTMAS MUSIC on 1480 Khz??

Radio Used is..................SONY SRF-T615 with 2 1/2 Foot Home Brew
Tuneable Box Loop.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

ULR LOG TOTALS are now.....................536 Stations Heard
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

73...ROB.

*************************************************************************************
1480 UNID Nov/12/08 1548-1551 EST EE FAIR
Playing Christmas Music!! "Up on the Rooftop". No Talk heard before
Fade Out.
BEAMING E/W...Maybe Michigan/New York????

UNID...ANY HELP???
ROSS, ONT.
**************************************************************************************
1600 WZZW Milton, W.VA. 1520 EST EE GD
Traffic Report @ 1520 EST. Mentions of US 52. ID as "News Talk Sports
WVHU 800". AD with Local Mentions. Another WVHU 800 ID.
In Parallel to WVHU 800 Khz.

RELOG NEW CALLS.......But NEW to ULR # 535 5 KW/26 Watts N
ROSS, ONT.
***************************************************************************************
1110 WYRM Norfolk, VA. 1615 EST EE GD
Religious Talk Show Over @ 1615 EST. PGM was "Eagle Life Ministries"
Phone # was 702-845-2047. Dr. Sam Walston?? in Henderson, Nevada.
ID as "1110 WYRM Presents Eagle Life Ministries".
Another "WYRM" ID and into Religious Station promo.

RELOG NEW CALLS.......But NEW to ULR # 536 50 KW Days
ROSS, ONT.
*****************************************************************************************

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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Re: Heard first TA on URL

MarkWA1ION
 

Congratulations Richard on the TA from Oklahoma. I think you will bag
some more especially Canaries-621, Spain-585/684/774, France-
1206/1377/1557, Algeria-891, Saudi-1521, and maybe some others.

UAE on 1575 has been getting heard all over the place including the
West Coast. Might be worth a try.

Mark Connelly WA1ION

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

Thank for the tip John. I logged Croatia 1134 kHz a few minutes ago
at 0202 UTC on a barefoot, stock E100. The signal is good strength
at
times. Sadly, here there is severe IBOC QRM I assume from KMOX 1120.

Had a strong heterodyne on 1521 kHz at 0017-0055 UTC.

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


Re: Not sure about 1134

MarkWA1ION
 

For me sunset at the receiver works much better than sunrise at the
transmitter.

The less domestic station area to the west of you that's in dark, the
less interference you get. This is particularly important
for "barefoot" ultralight use when you don't have the advantage of a
null in the opposite direction of desired DX (as you would have on a
cardioid-pattern terminated Flag, Kaz, Beverage, or phased array of
verticals or loops).

When I went to Texas in the '80s on business trips, I was able to get
Saudi Arabia 1521 best of all TA's. This was with a Sony ICF-2010 in
my room at the Residence Inn on Montana Ave. next to the El Paso
Airport. KOMA (as 1520 was then) was rough but could be nulled some
to reveal the Saudi. The fact that the '2010 had been upgraded with
a better narrow filter helped. I also noted Morocco on 1044, Algeria
on 891, Portugal on 1035, and a couple from Spain. Northern Europe
didn't figure in much: even the big blasters of those days (now
defunct Norway - 1314 and Germany - 1593, as well as still-active UK -
1215) did not make a showing. Conditions were definitely slanted to
the Mediterranean area.

I don't think Croatia was running as much power back then.

More recent trips to Florida and South Carolina still show Saudi 1521
as the big blaster overall, with Canaries - 621 and Spain - 585 & 684
good on the low end.

Of course few locations in the US can compare with the coastline from
Cape Hatteras northward to Cape Cod and then up into Maine for
overall quantity and quality of TA DX. Just like Grayland for the
TP's.

I recently posted a log report for two recent after-work mini-
DXpeditions to Granite Pier in Rockport, MA. The first outing (UTC:
8-9 OCT) included use of the Eton E100, both barefoot and external-
loop-assisted. Most DX was with the SDR-IQ with "post-game analysis"
(listening to the stored RF chunks after the fact).

Full details are
at "http://home.comcast.net/~markwa1ion/granite_pier_2008.htm". The
page has a link to some audio clips as well.

Mark Connelly, WA1ION - Billerica, MA, USA

<<
FABULOUS, KIRK.... Bravo... Excellent and Yahoo!!!

Now you guys gotta get a TA from Okie Land.... 1134 Zadar has been my
easiest on other equipment... It tends to peak at ground sunrise at
the transmitter, tho' sometimes earlier.

Great going, Buddy!

John B.
<<
John:

I listened to 1134 kHz this morning after midnight and all I could
hear was IBOC hiss, probably from KMOX. It seems to be the same story
on 1116, 1206 and 1215 kHz. I've tried to hear something on all of
them overnight.

In the good old days I often heard RNE on 774 and BBC on 1215.
Another was Dakar on 764, but I don't think they're still around.

I often hear a healthy het on 1521 in the early evening, but KOKC 1520
is just too powerful. However last night I was hearing a high school
game under the playback of Bob Stopes' weekly news conference. I just
couldn't piece together enough to figure out the station.

I feel there's a good chance of hearing the Canary Island on 621, with
KMKI and CKRM nulled.

My biggest problem in the evening is drooping eyelids.

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


Re: Heard first TA on URL

Kirk Allen <kirk74601@...>
 

Greetings,

WAY TO GO RICHARD! What a neat breakthrough, especially for an okie!
Now I think everyone will see why I don't mind riding the coat-tails of
my semi-local neighbor to the south. I'm speechless here.

Kirk Allen
Ponca City, OK

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

Thank for the tip John. I logged Croatia 1134 kHz a few minutes ago
at 0202 UTC on a barefoot, stock E100. The signal is good strength
at
times. Sadly, here there is severe IBOC QRM I assume from KMOX 1120.

Had a strong heterodyne on 1521 kHz at 0017-0055 UTC.

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


Error in Fall Follies Final Tally Sheet

John H. Bryant <bjohnorcas@...>
 

I owe a real apology (already delivered) to Dave Hascall of Indianapolis.  He submitted an excellent entry in the Fall Follies well before the deadline and somehow, I managed to lose it!  So, his score was never tallied; he did not receive a certificate (now rectified) and his entry was not shown on the Final Tally Sheet (soon to be corrected.)  NUTS!!!  I'm the one that dropped the ball, for sure.

His 77 stations, garnered in only 90 minutes of listening, was the second highest score in the Total Stations Heard Barefoot Category.

Here are his best five loggings that will be published with the others in an amended Final Report.

730   XEX     Mexico City, MX -     0320  UTC   10/31/2008  Only notable because of the distance, 1700 miles or so
870   CMDT Sancti Spiritus, CU - 0309 UTC   10/31/2008  I only "log" US/Canadian MW stations but don't recall hearing this one
before!
940   WCPC Houston, MS -          0303 UTC    10/31/2008         Have not heard in a while but that may be since I don't get to DX at Sunset much
1220    WLPO     La Salle, IL -         0050 UTC   10/31/2008    NEW to the main log!!!
550     WIGN     Bristol, TN -         0038  UTC    10/31/2008   NEW to the main log!!!

Dave, next time listen for four hours and I PROMISE not to lose the entry!

John B.
Orcas Island, WA, USA
Rcvrs: WiNRADiO 313e, Eton e1, Slider E100
Antennas: Wellbrook Phased Array NW
Two 70' x 100' Conti Super Loops, West and Northwest


Re: G6 @ TERK Advantage

texnote
 

How about the Sony ICF-S5W with the Terk loop?

Paul

--- In ultralightdx@..., Richard Berler <lrdheat@...>
wrote:

Even though not an ultralight, I am impressed at the tiny G6 with a
TERK Advantage loop. Not only does the G6 - TERK combo result in
noticeably better (not night and day, but useful) sensitivity than a
SANGEAN PR-D5 or SONY ICF-S5W barefoot, but the selectivity is
outstanding! I can get very good results 10 KHz away from locals that
the PR-D5 has difficulty with. I was expecting that the TERK would
make weak stations 10 KHz away from a local more difficult to hear,
but my experience is quite the opposite!  Although the SONY ICF-S5W
is good selectivitywise in an urban setting, the G6 - TERK combo is
even better.
 
Although daytime listening benefits to a degree that is exceptional
vs barefoot, the nighttime improvement is also useful.
 
The G6 seems to work well with the TERK inside the loop, or next to
the outside of the loop with the radio perpendicular to the plane of
the loop.
 
Heatwave


G6 @ TERK Advantage

lrdheat
 

Even though not an ultralight, I am impressed at the tiny G6 with a TERK Advantage loop. Not only does the G6 - TERK combo result in noticeably better (not night and day, but useful) sensitivity than a SANGEAN PR-D5 or SONY ICF-S5W barefoot, but the selectivity is outstanding! I can get very good results 10 KHz away from locals that the PR-D5 has difficulty with. I was expecting that the TERK would make weak stations 10 KHz away from a local more difficult to hear, but my experience is quite the opposite!  Although the SONY ICF-S5W is good selectivitywise in an urban setting, the G6 - TERK combo is even better.
 
Although daytime listening benefits to a degree that is exceptional vs barefoot, the nighttime improvement is also useful.
 
The G6 seems to work well with the TERK inside the loop, or next to the outside of the loop with the radio perpendicular to the plane of the loop.
 
Heatwave


Re: Heard first TA on URL

John H. Bryant <bjohnorcas@...>
 

Great going, Richard!!!

You gotta get some things submitted for Awards... You are going to be able to paper your living room walls!!!

Congratulation :>)

John B.












At 02:45 AM 11/13/2008 +0000, you wrote:

Thank for the tip John. I logged Croatia 1134 kHz a few minutes ago
at 0202 UTC on a barefoot, stock E100. The signal is good strength at
times. Sadly, here there is severe IBOC QRM I assume from KMOX 1120.

Had a strong heterodyne on 1521 kHz at 0017-0055 UTC.

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


Heard first TA on URL

bbwrwy
 

Thank for the tip John. I logged Croatia 1134 kHz a few minutes ago
at 0202 UTC on a barefoot, stock E100. The signal is good strength at
times. Sadly, here there is severe IBOC QRM I assume from KMOX 1120.

Had a strong heterodyne on 1521 kHz at 0017-0055 UTC.

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


GS Ultralight Loggings Nov. 12, 2008

Greg Shoom <shoomg@...>
 

Ultralight Loggings for Wed. Nov. 12, 2008. All stations logged on a stock Sony SRF-59 from Toronto, ON. Dates and times in UTC.

One more station added to the ultralight log. Total ultralight count: 194.

980 CFPL ON London - 12-Nov-2008 2320 UTC - London traffic report. News item about Toronto Stock Exchange. ID as AM 980. (Poor).
--> This is one of those stations that proved to be surprisingly difficult to log, given its relative closeness to my location and its power (10 / 5 kW). It has taken almost two months to log it. Yet CFPL is an easy daytime catch in cities like Mississauga and Brampton, just to the west of Toronto. I'm in central Toronto and must be just outside the range of its groundwave coverage and in an area that the skywave signal must normally be skipping over.

Best,
Greg Shoom
VE3LXL


Re: Carl's Question

Kirk Allen <kirk74601@...>
 

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

Also congrats on Montana.I logged that one back in
Oklahoma.It would be quite a catch here.Which station and frequency
was it on ? When did you hear it ?
Carl DeWhitt
Walland,Tn.
Carl,
In answer to your question, the Montana station I logged was KGHL, 790,
from 1252-1305 UTC and thanks to Richard Allen for the tip on this one.

Kirk Allen
Ponca City, OK


Re: Not sure about 1134

bbwrwy
 

John:

You're correct about the Croatian sunrise. It's between 0400 and 0500
UTC. That didn't "dawn" on me until after I'd sent the message. By
the time I listened only the western edge of the continent was in
still in darkness. I have to check it earlier tonight. I'm sure the
IBOC noise is from KMOX.

Thanks.

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