What I’ve Been Hearing Lately

Other than a lot of Christmas decorations, not much has been happening here lately at my QTH. Unfortunately, that includes blog posts. While I have something sort of EPIC (or is that foolhardy?) in the works for this blog, I figured I’d end the radio silence with a quick rundown of what I’ve been hearing lately.

Radio Candip – November 9th, 2014.
This low power transmitter out of the Congo is a new one for me. Thanks again to Tim Tromp for the head’s up.

A Mystery Signal on 9420 – December 4th, 2014.
While I presume this to be RTN out of Greece on 9420, I have no idea why it would be strongest when the SAL is pointing to the Southwest. Also note the multipath echo when I point the antenna to the Northwest.

Radio Rwanda, December 7th, 2014.
This is a new one as well, sandwiched in between Radio Havana Cuba and HCJB.

Radio Bangladesh, Betar – December 9th, 2014.

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So what have you been hearing lately?

 

2 thoughts on “What I’ve Been Hearing Lately”

  1. Great signal on R. Candip. What type of antenna are you using. Just came across your blog tonight. Tried listening for R. Candip this evening (3 Feb 0400 UTC) but no signal or spike. Would love to be able to hear them.

    Regards,
    George, NJ3H
    Stephens City, VA
    Perseus with Wellbrook ALA1530-AL-2

    1. Hi George,

      I used the SAL-20 while listening to R. Candip, but I don’t remember if I checked to see if it was audible on the magnetic loop or the long wire. Sometimes its all in the propagation.

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