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Re: Another Interview On The Radio For This DX'er

Paul Blundell
 

Well done Paul, I will try and have a listen.


On Mon, Mar 29, 2021 at 9:24 AM Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
ABC Radio Hobart will have me on at 5:40am hobart time Tuesday morning to chat about my job/life in rural alaska and my reception of 936 7ZR.

Paul



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Paul


Another Interview On The Radio For This DX'er

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 

ABC Radio Hobart will have me on at 5:40am hobart time Tuesday morning to chat about my job/life in rural alaska and my reception of 936 7ZR.

Paul


Re: A double loop idea!

edi
 

73 magazine was a magazine that made history in the radio field.
With the useful help of archive org you can download years of knowledge

Edgardo


Re: Building a FSL antenna

Gary DeBock
 

On Sun, Mar 28, 2021 at 12:12 AM, Jorge Garzón wrote:
I am still waiting for the Litz wire. I ordered 50" and I will use 40" to be winded on the antenna. Is that right, Gary?
Hello Jorge,

As long as 50" means 50 feet, and 40" means 40 feet, you will be fine with those lengths! I know that inches are not used in Spain, so I'm pretty sure that you meant "feet" instead of inches.

Since FSL antennas have become very popular around the world I've tried to switch all my own measurements over to metric, but since American stores still sell measuring tools with the old system, it's a challenge! :-)

Thanks for your photo-- it looks great!

73, Gary


Daytime MW Tecsun PL-360

Peter 1956
 

Only two stations strong enough to film. Both from Meyerton, South Africa 296km There were traces of 639 LSO Lancer's Gap and 972 BOT Sebele, but too weak and noisy to film.
https://youtu.be/OX7OcpTmBu4
Heath Warning: Those of jealous disposition might not want to watch this video

Peter Wilson
Botswana


Re: 1512 Saudi Arabia Jeddah 5377km barefoot Tecsun PL-360

Peter 1956
 

Thanks Paul,

Peter


Re: Building a FSL antenna

Paul Blundell
 

Nice work, I will be keen to see how this goes for you.

Paul
https://ultralightradiodxing.blogspot.com/


Re: 1512 Saudi Arabia Jeddah 5377km barefoot Tecsun PL-360

Paul Blundell
 

Great logging Peter.


On Sun, Mar 28, 2021 at 8:01 PM Peter 1956 <pe1etr@...> wrote:
ARS SBA Al-Quran al-Karim Jeddah Received in Botswana. 20:37 UTC 27th March 2021
https://youtu.be/Nj9qkJF7vLE

Peter Wilson



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Paul


1512 Saudi Arabia Jeddah 5377km barefoot Tecsun PL-360

Peter 1956
 

ARS SBA Al-Quran al-Karim Jeddah Received in Botswana. 20:37 UTC 27th March 2021
https://youtu.be/Nj9qkJF7vLE

Peter Wilson


Re: Building a FSL antenna

Jorge Garzón <iberiaDX@...>
 

Hi,
Well, now I am assembling my new FSL antenna. Finally will be 4" as the PVC tube that I found was 75mm wide. I changed slightly the supporting structure as I prefer to avoid PVC and favour wood. I will also use a wood circle base which is rotatable and can get the azimuth more easily.

I am still waiting for the Litz wire. I ordered 50" and I will use 40" to be winded on the antenna. Is that right, Gary?

I am attaching a picture to show how is going!
73 y buen DX

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Jorge Garzón (EB7EFA · EA1036 SWL) 
QTH: IN83ag / 43º15' N · 03º56' W
Urb. San Roque 95, casa 5 (Villasevil)
39698 Santiurde de Toranzo (ESPAÑA - SPAIN)
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Blog: IberiaDX  · Twitter: @IberiaDX


Nulling with a barefoot Tecsun PL-360

Peter 1956
 

20:40 UTC 27th March 2021. 1170 SWZ TWR Africa Mpangela Ranch 614km 100kW versus 1170 UAE Sawt Al-Joumhouria Al-Dhabbaya 6298km 800kW Indoor reception (some noise)
https://youtu.be/IBYJyp1PUR0

Peter Wilson
Botswana


Re: Best Ever AM Log!

Peter 1956
 

Congratulations Paul

Peter


Re: Best Ever AM Log!

Paul Blundell
 

You should.


On Sun, 28 Mar 2021, 14:38 Paul B. Walker, Jr., <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
Thanks.. i was floored.

I haven't contacted the station yet but I will.

On Sat, Mar 27, 2021 at 7:28 PM Paul Blundell <tanger32au@...> wrote:
Well done.

On Sun, 28 Mar 2021, 08:03 Paul B. Walker, Jr., <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:


My best AM log ever: 7ZR 936kHz Hobart, Tasmania 8000 miles/13,000km away from McGrath, Alaska. 10KW/2 tower pattern, protecting a 936kHz in New Zealand. It's the only "ABC Local Radio" formatted station in the entire country on 936kHz.

Heard on Wednesday March 24th. In my first clip, there's no mistaking those time pips and ornamental monumental Top Of Hour fanfare for anyone else. 1400UTC/6AM AK time audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rmVXYj6tmkDfSqmXxg9NdcOGYOTMeDAG/view?usp=sharing

6 minutes later at 1406UTC/606AM AK Time, you hear a lady begin with the weather mentioning a flood warning and a river and at 24 seconds you hear Laura Beavis say, "ABC Radio Hobart" just to confirm if there was any doubt what I heard(and there was no doubt. Audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18kq22kKzglmUUMVUgZ8BBW9KS



Re: Best Ever AM Log!

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 

Thanks.. i was floored.

I haven't contacted the station yet but I will.

On Sat, Mar 27, 2021 at 7:28 PM Paul Blundell <tanger32au@...> wrote:
Well done.

On Sun, 28 Mar 2021, 08:03 Paul B. Walker, Jr., <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:


My best AM log ever: 7ZR 936kHz Hobart, Tasmania 8000 miles/13,000km away from McGrath, Alaska. 10KW/2 tower pattern, protecting a 936kHz in New Zealand. It's the only "ABC Local Radio" formatted station in the entire country on 936kHz.

Heard on Wednesday March 24th. In my first clip, there's no mistaking those time pips and ornamental monumental Top Of Hour fanfare for anyone else. 1400UTC/6AM AK time audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rmVXYj6tmkDfSqmXxg9NdcOGYOTMeDAG/view?usp=sharing

6 minutes later at 1406UTC/606AM AK Time, you hear a lady begin with the weather mentioning a flood warning and a river and at 24 seconds you hear Laura Beavis say, "ABC Radio Hobart" just to confirm if there was any doubt what I heard(and there was no doubt. Audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18kq22kKzglmUUMVUgZ8BBW9KS



Re: Best Ever AM Log!

Paul Blundell
 

Well done.


On Sun, 28 Mar 2021, 08:03 Paul B. Walker, Jr., <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:


My best AM log ever: 7ZR 936kHz Hobart, Tasmania 8000 miles/13,000km away from McGrath, Alaska. 10KW/2 tower pattern, protecting a 936kHz in New Zealand. It's the only "ABC Local Radio" formatted station in the entire country on 936kHz.

Heard on Wednesday March 24th. In my first clip, there's no mistaking those time pips and ornamental monumental Top Of Hour fanfare for anyone else. 1400UTC/6AM AK time audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rmVXYj6tmkDfSqmXxg9NdcOGYOTMeDAG/view?usp=sharing

6 minutes later at 1406UTC/606AM AK Time, you hear a lady begin with the weather mentioning a flood warning and a river and at 24 seconds you hear Laura Beavis say, "ABC Radio Hobart" just to confirm if there was any doubt what I heard(and there was no doubt. Audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18kq22kKzglmUUMVUgZ8BBW9KS



Re: Best Ever AM Log!

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 

One of the first things I look for is non asian, but clear accented english on a 9khz split.. thats an immediate, nearly absolute indication its AUS, NZ or the UK.......



On Sat, Mar 27, 2021 at 1:35 PM Jock Elliott <jock.elliott@...> wrote:
Wow! Well done.


Re: Best Ever AM Log!

Jock Elliott
 

Wow! Well done.


Re: Best Ever AM Log!

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 

Oops. Apparently the 606AM/1406UTC audio got up and disappeared. It’s back now at this link:


On Sat, Mar 27, 2021 at 1:01 PM Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
My best AM log ever: 7ZR 936kHz Hobart, Tasmania 8000 miles/13,000km away from McGrath, Alaska. 10KW/2 tower pattern, protecting a 936kHz in New Zealand. It's the only "ABC Local Radio" formatted station in the entire country on 936kHz.

Heard on Wednesday March 24th. In my first clip, there's no mistaking those time pips and ornamental monumental Top Of Hour fanfare for anyone else. 1400UTC/6AM AK time audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rmVXYj6tmkDfSqmXxg9NdcOGYOTMeDAG/view?usp=sharing

6 minutes later at 1406UTC/606AM AK Time, you hear a lady begin with the weather mentioning a flood warning and a river and at 24 seconds you hear Laura Beavis say, "ABC Radio Hobart" just to confirm if there was any doubt what I heard(and there was no doubt. Audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18kq22kKzglmUUMVUgZ8BBW9KS



Best Ever AM Log!

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 



My best AM log ever: 7ZR 936kHz Hobart, Tasmania 8000 miles/13,000km away from McGrath, Alaska. 10KW/2 tower pattern, protecting a 936kHz in New Zealand. It's the only "ABC Local Radio" formatted station in the entire country on 936kHz.

Heard on Wednesday March 24th. In my first clip, there's no mistaking those time pips and ornamental monumental Top Of Hour fanfare for anyone else. 1400UTC/6AM AK time audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rmVXYj6tmkDfSqmXxg9NdcOGYOTMeDAG/view?usp=sharing

6 minutes later at 1406UTC/606AM AK Time, you hear a lady begin with the weather mentioning a flood warning and a river and at 24 seconds you hear Laura Beavis say, "ABC Radio Hobart" just to confirm if there was any doubt what I heard(and there was no doubt. Audio: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18kq22kKzglmUUMVUgZ8BBW9KS



Re: A double loop idea!

Gord Seifert
 


   Thanks to you both! Have downloaded both the pdf of the article and the issue of 73. Found the article on the 160 meter transmitting antenna interesting too. Love loop antennas, and I hate rain and cold. If it can't fit in the attic it is out. Being  a listener only it is not so important that I start climbing trees in the constant rain of the west coast around the US-Canada border. 

  Regards,
   Gord

  

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