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Nov22 23:21 [21:35] rumor had it Kingsville didn't ck ham bands beyond 10m - HS classmate once got an OO notice for chirp - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 23:18 I later always sent mine in envelopes to avoid the defacing cancellation post mark - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 23:17 way back when cards cud be mailed for 3-cents - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/hamSWLQSLs.htm (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 23:14 some of those FCC sites look to have been decommissioned (or have stealth antennas) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 23:10 I have swl qsl cards from the last 50 years...proves im a good listener....lol...de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Nov22 23:06 re 19:57 I wonder if I can get a post retirement job at the Hawaii FCC station....de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Nov22 21:47 I have my original CB, Realistic Navaho TRC23b. I now operates on 10 Meter AM. de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 21:42 Fun days back then. Many locals and a few clubs (coffee breaks) and lots of DX. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 21:36 Must have been some good short skip that day. I lived in Houston then. (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 21:35 He had a crystal in his Lafayette that nneded to be replaced. (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 21:35 My best friend in Junior High got a citation from the Kingsville monitoring station back in '67 de art ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 19:57 some of the FCC "teeth" - zooming in u can spot their antenna farms - de WA5IYX http://willsnook.com/maps/fcc (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:48 at one time the EIC of Dist #8 (New Orleans) was a ham - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:45 106.9 KRWM Bremerton and 105.3 KONA Pasco have flipped to Christmas, as well as CHQM 103.5 Vancouver BC > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov22 19:41 [17:53] those FCC RIDs with large/many harbors on oceans or lakes had to spend a VERY large amount of their time inspecting ship radio installations - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:36 once actually used that puny PS on my IC-730 to talk to NI6E/KH6 on 28.885 when the 15A Icom PS failed - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:34 the 12v 2A Micronta PS from RS for it later fed my TM-1001 when its own PS failed in Feb 1989 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:27 rather tiny thing for its era - de WA5IYX http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Vintage-RCA-CB-Car-Truck-Radio-and-Mic-14T100-Co-Pilot-/390967338513?pt=US_CB_Radios&hash=item5b07782611 (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:25 RCA 14T100 23 Ch AM - later used for its PA and (with 2 lantern bats) to some proximity RDF for RFI - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:18 in 1976 got KKU9558 ($20) almost as "self-defence" - never used it tho had an RCA xcvr - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:16 the newly-emerging African nations (like Senegal with 6W) didn't like the FCC "using" their prefixes :> - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 19:15 40.67 - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov22 19:14 more on the call schemes here - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/callarea.htm (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 18:56 I got my CB call once they ditched it I think. KBA-5229 was mine (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 18:55 #9 (Houston) became KOT/KOU and a few years later KQT/KQU de Art dwi (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 18:53 If I recall, they changed to calls a few years after. (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 18:52 Pat - I always enjoy you bits of trivia de Art ka5dwi/7 (24.116.70.149)
Nov22 18:32 1 -1' (175.182.42.225)
Nov22 18:32 -1' (87.109.69.142)
Nov22 17:53 gee, that was easy to locate - de WA5IYX http://www.rfcafe.com/references/popular-electronics/images3/november-1960-popular-electronics-cover.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:51 a fall 1960 Pop Tronics cover had a multi-color map on cover showing the RIDs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:51 Ms 93.1 KHMY Pratt, KS "My 93.1" 961 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov22 17:49 Texas was split into two (#10 Dallas) with a zig-zag boundary by counties - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:46 FCC once had 24 RIDs in US +PR (ours, Houston, was #9) - early Class D CRS (CB) call prefixes were based on them (9W#### here) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:39 they might be interested in any ULOs in their Radio Inspection District (#6) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:35 WA5IYX, yes they do. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov22 17:30 Tr 93.1 WIMK Iron Mountain, MI "93 Rock"/Joe Walsh tune 354 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov22 17:27 94.5 TL looks co-sited with the 93.3 LPFM ("KZEP") - de WA5IYX EL09ql https://www.google.com/maps/@29.4414465,-98.5064544,169m/data=!3m1!1e3 (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:24 Ms 90.9 WUWS Ashland, WI RDS PS/PI NEW 499 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov22 17:21 Does the FCC still maintain an Atlanta Field Office ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:18 OK, that 94.5 LPFM TL is 5.5 mi at 110-deg from me - a host point for some LPTV NTSCs . IIRC- de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:13 As well as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km9lvPZBx_E -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov22 17:12 WA5IYX, if you're talking about the 95.3, go to 0:50 on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdkWMoTINp4 . It's not a licensed station and covers a pretty big range. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov22 17:09 OK, here's the POS - de WA5IYX http://transition.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/fmq?list=0&facid=142569 (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 17:06 can't seem to find it here - de WA5IYX http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/fm-query-broadcast-station-search (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 16:58 94.5 (RIP) thru 2012 hr - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/FM_0945.TXT (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 16:57 Local 95.3 "KIDS-FM" in the local Kennesaw/Acworth, Georgia area is appearing once again on my radios. I've never found out where it broadcasts from. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov22 16:53 this doesn't "know" of it yet - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ESPN_Radio_affiliates (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 16:50 P7 now set as 94.3 (A Kerrville freq) - de WA5IYX EL09ql (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 16:46 one other Sangean mem to flush now with a %^&#%* 94.5 "ESPN-SA" LPFM there now - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 16:43 Tr 88.5 WMUB Oxford, OH "Marketplace Weekend followed by Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me on 91.7 WVXU Cincinnati" - Rare. 194 miles de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov22 16:19 Es north - Canada ATV ch 2+ CIII2 Global icon LR - Power Boat TV. also 6m beacons noted from ON/QC de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Nov22 15:56 or this "full capture" - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/GEDC0495.JPG (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 15:54 like this last June - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/Picture_74.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 15:52 that KKBQ hr on tropo with HD often captures 92.9 from our local KROM - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 15:50 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - NOAA/NWS wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 15:46 It's a "Cah Tawk" Bonanza now all up and down the non-comm de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov22 15:39 Es 92.9 KKBQ "New 93Q" Pasadena, TX.(1407mi). Got brief Es popping in and out all morning, up as high as 94.9.. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov22 15:29 Normally KQXT SA comes in on 101.9 almost all the time, so though Lometa is less than 100 miles away, it's almost never heard...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov22 15:28 Tr 101.9 KACQ Lometa, TX "Lampasas Radio" (new) with cowboy mx, stream match...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov22 15:19 88.5 very active here today with Car Talk and some 50s music, among others. No IDs yet but sounds like some weak Es mixing in de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov22 15:03 it seems eons since I last heard anything but SS on NTSC audio during an Es event - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 14:55 Had an NPR station fade-up on 90.1 here a few mins ago. - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Nov22 14:51 Es 88.7 WOTB Pearl River, LA - Steve K3PHL FN20 (68.80.167.119)
Nov22 14:20 very little remaining now Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Nov22 14:16 CIII-2 Global earlier Mike-La https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO6zAT3Nbvs (24.196.218.27)
Nov22 13:54 F2 33-MHz n.e. US F2 since c. 1330z - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 13:47 13:39- coming in stronger at times-looks to be switching between AM Canada on CTV and a fishing show on Global Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Nov22 13:39 Es TV2 NE weak Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Nov22 02:49 0243 shud read "that false alarm" - scrambling thoughts - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 02:48 ironically, earlier that morning they'd let off a 29kt nuke test in Nevada - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Teapot (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 02:43 I didn't find out the exact date of that nuke test until a few years ago after mni yrs of on/off Web searches - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov22 01:49 [22:19] From Pogo comic strip: "We have met the enemy and he is us" - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov21 22:33 thot I was getting sferics on scanner ... - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://sanantonio.justweather.com/radar/?default=true#position=37%2Fw18 (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 22:20 correctly thought that we were under our desks with curtains drawn a LOT longer than a normal practice drill - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 22:19 Cold War 1955 - May 5 had an air raid alert in SF Bay in 2nd grade - unIDs (B-47s it turned out) headed to US from Gulf of Alaksa - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 22:15 first hrd the 30-40+ MHz Russian "counter" stations in 1978-79, B4 that F2 DX on 30-50 all SS - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 22:06 Cold War II - KA3JAW FN20jq http://rt.com/news/204991-russia-aviation-gulf-mexico/ (65.78.82.196)
Nov21 22:04 Next time you hear RU voice over the radio it might not be Es or F2 but 'local' in the Gulf of Mexico - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov21 20:46 the refurb desktop XP is Cat5 fed while this Win8.1 laptop is WiFi - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 20:44 [18:21] a lot come from my router with its standard Cat5 cables (scanner ant on pole on s.e. edge of house not too far away) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 20:08 40.67 fade back in; MS? MO? OH? - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov21 19:28 40.67 faded away; MS? MO? OH? - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov21 18:57 guess not there are mow 5 master stations as per this newsletter http://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/SnowNews/2014Summer_SnowNews.pdf (50.39.106.29)
Nov21 18:49 [17:56 ] Boise or Ogden? if from PDX would be on 24hrs & not fade in/out - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov21 18:45 Some old Snotel info from 1999 I found on my server: from the VHFSKIP Listserver Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov21 18:21 Thats alot of birdies for that range - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov21 18:21 I mainly got the PRO-163 ($85 sale) in May 2013 as it displays CT values on LCD - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 18:19 I've a (1999) PRO-2048 (LCD back light gone) that I had SNOTEL pgmd on - no splitter for scanner ant - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 18:16 I've got so mni birdies from other stuff in room I'd soon exceed its 50-channel lock-out limit if I scanned some other (wider) portions of 30-50 MHz - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 18:07 WA5IYX: Take it out of pre-set mode. specs indicate it can do 29.71 to 49.83 in 10 khz steps - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov21 18:00 I've only hrd them before on Es and my PRO-163 doesn't scan the 40-42 range in its pre-set low-VHF Public Safety mode - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 17:57 Any idea where those SNOTELs are likely from ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 17:56 40.67 fade in - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov21 16:52 F2 33.42 WA Samammish -NOAA/NWS wx loop- since 1626z - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 16:02 25-MHz TX-NJ definite F2 path with F2 MUFs hr ur way likely 35-37 MHz each day - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 15:43 Es ch 2 DTV pilot sig WNW - also 6m beacon N0LL KS weak de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Nov21 15:18 Not VHF but interesting,, on 25.910 mHz FM, for the past week during the day, I've been hearing a relay transmitter from KLDE 104.9 Eldorado, TX.(1620mi). F2 maybe? Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov21 15:06 F2 35-MHz unID ASCII by now - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 14:57 Still had quite a few ms pings overnight but no IDs. Had one large rock at 0344 est, lasted over a minute with a lot of stations popping in and out. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov21 14:46 A little Winter Es on 6m now de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov21 12:44 recent sprites over Adriatic - de WA5IYX http://spaceweather.com/ (69.152.228.206)
Nov21 09:03 Powerline Networking Interference to FM Radio - KA3JAW FN20jq http://vimeo.com/79108874 (65.78.82.196)
Nov21 03:55 I found out it is a translator in Duluth, Georgia on 96.5. That explains why I couldn't find it in FMlist... -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov21 03:45 Tr UnID 96.5 religious Spanish station coming in while pointing 50 degrees ish +-45 degrees because of folded dipoles. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov20 23:21 Es 55.25, s.e. ?? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 23:01 Es 55.26, azi ? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 20:03 40.67 fade in - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov20 16:44 Es weak ATV ch 2z south - 2 carriers at times. logo UR may be Mexico Net de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Nov20 16:27 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - NOAA/NWS wx loop - in/out for abt last hour - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 15:41 even in the late 1960s some US voice pagers utilized some measures for privacy - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/pagers.htm (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 15:37 anyway, it was smoothed out after a few exchanges - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 15:35 He was posting entire ASCII msgs from US pages (phone #s etc), I mentioned that WE couldn't do that, and he took some offense from it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 15:33 svrl yrs back I got into a slight tiff with a Netherlands guy re the FCC Sec. 605 (serecy of communications) affecting the US listeners - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 15:31 but that ASCII usually has only the msg txt not the ident from what I've seen others post elsewhere - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 14:52 you can decode that ascii using the SDR pat :-) JJ in EN82 / SE MI (65.31.75.194)
Nov20 14:22 F2 35.64 unID ASCII pager - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 13:43 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov20 02:41 Whups - meant that for the BCB list, band is hot tonight - Saul (70.31.98.219)
Nov20 02:41 Whups meNT (70.31.98.219)
Nov20 02:40 1050 Might be KLOH MN with suspected MN-IA basketball h (70.31.98.219)
Nov19 23:03 several of my ms RDS idents came when the stations had dead air - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov19 22:42 Last Ms log here was 91.9 WOWL on Jan. 3rd. - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Nov19 22:37 I rarely hear any Ms bursts here. Maybe 1 from every 8 hrs of listening to static. - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Nov19 22:36 that PI RDS block is sent like 11 times/sec so don't need long burst for it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov19 22:34 I even got RDS ms decodes using Conrad, especially after mod to display hex PIs - 92.3 TN WYNU common - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov19 22:31 91.1 WKNO Memphis has high RDS injection, tho 645 mi my most often logged RDS via ms - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov19 22:23 No, maybe two years. I certainly never heard even one MS burst this year...but, then, it was the worst season of all time--Frank M. (184.171.237.254)
Nov19 22:22 In fact, the many times I will spend listening on a weak frequency for some Tropo catch, I NEVER hear MS bursts anymore. I think it's been at least three years--Frank M. (184.171.237.254)
Nov19 22:21 I still don't understand how anybody can get an RDS reading off MS...ever. I've never seen one.--Frank M. EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov19 18:13 F2 33.42 WA Samammish -NOAA/NWS wx loop-in/out since 1610z - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov19 16:50 RU regional Emergency Ministry refuse to commnet on the happening - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov19 16:18 Odd the event happened on Friday evening then two days after world leaders attend the G20 security summit in Brisbane, Au. - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov19 15:49 almost looks like a hi-altitude nuke detonation - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov19 14:37 Massive light flash stuns local scientists in Urals near Sverdlovsk, RU - KA3JAW FN20jq http://coub.com/view/41xsl (65.78.82.196)
Nov19 14:20 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov19 04:47 Ms pest 2335edt 90.5 WPFF Sturgeon Bay WI RDS 898 mi de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Nov18 19:39 Thanks, Rick. The Omaha burst had the station phone number, Fish slogan, and more. A spotty signal but close to a half minute. (70.31.98.219)
Nov18 18:37 I acquired a nice Denon tuner in August (w/a little help from Frank Merrill!), but I now need to get a preamp (I think) to go with it, since the tuner has no headphone jack. For an antenna, I will probably use the nice CCrane FM Reflect Antenna that I just got from Universal Radio -- Rick in South Omaha EN21af (174.71.92.177)
Nov18 18:34 Crud, I hate when that happens! Anyway, I was just in the middle of saying that I'm spending the "off-season" looking for a way to come up with a good indoors rig for FM DXing from the basement apartment that I live in -- Rick in South Omaha EN21af (174.71.92.177)
Nov18 18:32 Saul, good going on getting my local 100.7, KGBI! To be honest, I haven't done anything on the FM band since about August, and I (174.71.92.177)
Nov18 16:34 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - NOAA/NWS wx loop; 35.68 unID ASCII pager - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov18 16:07 after wasting some time thinking that the problem was on my end just glad to know that it's a widespread AT&T deal instead - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov18 15:42 nor now apparently get any - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov18 15:36 a major AT&T e-mail problem (I can't send any) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX https://downdetector.com/status/att (69.152.228.206)
Nov18 14:33 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov18 13:22 Ms this am: 100.7 Deerfield MO with ESPN, 100.7 Lowry SD with local ad and 100..7 Omaha NE with local phone number - Saul ON (70.31.98.219)
Nov18 13:18 A couple large pings overnight, no IDs but based on the music played could make educated guesses. Not god enough for the log though heh de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov18 13:06 23F his morning according to my digital thermometer. No snow and barely any ice so that's good. Only 3 months ago the low would be around 23C... -- Dan EM73QX (107.77.90.59)
Nov18 12:27 so far 37F this morn vs the 27F forecasted as clouds persisted most of the nite - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov18 05:44 Nothing so far in Indy with the Leonids. Randy EM69wq (50.165.235.156)
Nov18 03:40 WA5IYX - I am sure the fellas were most happy to see you there! de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov18 03:06 getting on that ON4KST chat site has been a time sink today what with all the ops that used to be on 28.885 there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov18 02:42 Listening for Leonids on 93.3 - and perhaps other frequencies if that one is no good de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov17 21:02 Weak disturbance on VHF 2 analogue here. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov17 18:47 40.67 w/tones fade in - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov17 15:51 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - NWS/NOAA wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov17 14:51 Es ch 2+ Global The Morning Show - CIII2 Bancroft ON 831 mi de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Nov17 14:41 Nothing noted on FM here. - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Nov17 14:07 Ms 100.7 Omaha at 0830 with stn phone number twice in a single burst - Saul ON (174.89.68.122)
Nov17 14:07 Ms 100.7 Omaha at 0830 with stn phone number twice in a single burst - Saul ON (174.89.68.122)
Nov17 14:06 Es -n Maps showing 95 megs in east but nothing here noted. Sau\il ON (174.89.68.122)
Nov17 13:55 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs at turn on of PRO-163 scanner - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov17 13:28 tnx, 32F here, wind chill 22F, clear so warmer today but even colder tonight - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov17 13:24 6m Es reported now - Center of Es cloud appears around Cleveland Ohio or Erie PA de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov17 13:22 WA5IYX de N8UUP - Link attached - you will need to register with callsign and create password - USA chatter on 50 Mhz Region 2 page http://www.on4kst.org/chat (68.42.119.65)
Nov17 05:07 It wud be VERY useful to see the entire 6-MHz wide display of a DTV Es signal with Airspy - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov17 04:55 It'd have to hold up better than the RTL dongle did here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0GWxCyAfe4 (69.152.228.206)
Nov17 04:36 more on the Airspy SDR in my WTFDA post - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 http://forums.wtfda.org/showthread.php?9367-YouTube-Airspy-SDR-Review-and-Comparison (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 18:16 for the curious - de WA5IYX https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=plectron+tones (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 18:01 also, the PDs don't use all those Plectron etc allerting tones that FDs do - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 18:00 what URL for that - I can usually tell just by the cadence of dispatch banter if I've got 33 FDs or 37/39 PDs on scanner - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:51 Others suggesting F2 as well on 6m page, based on what they are (and are not) hearing de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov16 17:51 and now an M5 flare added to the mix - de WA5IYX http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/xray_1m.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:48 only slight suggestion on this, but it's the localized F-layer density electrons/cc that determine an MUF - de WA5IYX http://iono.jpl.nasa.gov//latest_rti_global.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:42 and also - de WA5IYX http://www.dxmaps.com/spots/map.php?Lan=E&Frec=50&ML=L&Map=NA&DXC=S&HF=N&GL=N (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:40 I'm not the only one wondering - "AC4TO 50080.0 K6FRC/B via F2?? 1732 16 Nov United States" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:36 39.78 has CT 100.0, 37,34 CT 123.0 - no idea if F2 or Es - accents don't hint at where from - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:27 F2 ? 39.78 US unID - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:26 tho the Austin foF2s don't seem high enough on here - de WA5IYX http://giro.uml.edu/IonogramMovies/ (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 17:22 have to wonder if not x-con F2: W9DR 50079.9 K6FRC/B EL86XVCM97HP 5nn 1714 16 Nov United States - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 16:46 this Gateway NE522 Win8.1 with AMD duo-core E1-2500 CPU prob couldn't do much mutlitasking and have Airspy run properly on it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 16:39 and nice to see a spectral display w/o any cursed Ibiquity HD sidebands in it as well ... - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 16:37 neat with RDS PI hex decoded & the aux windows showing the detail around 38-kHz stereo pilot there - wud like to know what other strong FMs in that Eu environs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 16:27 Airspy wbfm 2.5msps - KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7GgzVkSI7M (65.78.82.196)
Nov16 16:16 Things may not behave as well when you have to widen its selectivity to handle a wide-deviation FM broadcast signal - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 16:14 Wish that he'd ventured beyond just detailing a VE7 10-m c.w. beacon there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 16:08 Airspy Review and Comparison by W9RAN - KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojC3QBdYMfk (65.78.82.196)
Nov16 15:49 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - NWS/NOAA wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 14:51 40.67 fade in - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov16 14:11 F2 35.68 unID ASCII pager - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 14:09 our KGMM-CD-24.1 earlier (some macroblocking) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/20141116-065331-1.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 13:43 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs starting - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 12:51 their PSIP has correct time/date stamp (unlike KOBS-LD-19) but a "TBA" 3-hr wide for program - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 12:49 our KGMM-CD-24.1 (3ABN) has a detailed wx loop (no sound) running - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 12:13 sure would need to protect that $ item from a co-located transmitter system - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 07:28 The tuner chip is a newer variant Rafael Micro R820T2 that is more sensitive than the R820T - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov16 06:29 Not much in the way of RX front end protection going to the tuner chip. I would suggest an external front end protector circuit with diodes and gas discharge tubes - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov16 05:51 I sure would like to know how good Airspy is when DXing very weak analog NTSC & ATSC signals - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 05:45 hi KA3JAW I sure hope Airspy is a champ. I like watching your DX vids on youtube. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 05:41 compared a cheap dongle that runs 7 bit ADC, no tracking filters, low cost clock @ 100 ppm encased in ABS plastic case - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov16 05:38 Airspy SDR looks like a champ with 12 bit ADC @ 20 MSPS, On-chip tracking RF filters, 1.5 ppm high precision, low phase noise clock contained in a RF shielded enclosure box - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov16 05:13 but this is the website that sells the Airspy SDR. they do use PayPal - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 http://imall.iteadstudio.com/im141027001.html (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 05:10 I don't know if they offer a refund Pat. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 05:04 Do they offer a refund for return if not satisfied ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 05:02 but I hope that it will work good in all locations near 100-kws for DXing FM. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 05:02 I seem to have this thing about $100 (no CPI adjustment) FM sets - Allied 426, SX-62, TM-1001, etc - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 04:59 like with all radios and recivers the Airspy SDR may work in some locations good and in other locations bad. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 04:58 let us all know! - that $ is almost as much and my Sony and Sangean combined cost - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 04:53 but will not know until I receive mine. I ordered one October 30th. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 04:50 [03:22] Pat, I sure hope for that too if so the Airspy will be great for FM DXing. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.227.131.168)
Nov16 04:34 Solar Wind Bz dipped -3.4 nT at 0433 UTC - 90% chance of visual Au at northeast US/Can. border - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov16 03:37 I haven't even turned on my RTL SDR# item in a few months now what with it being "crunched" by all my neraby 100-kws - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 03:22 for some of the quoted prices for it, it had better have qood overload intermod resistance in the 88-108 MHz zone to be of much interest - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov16 02:58 looks like the reviews are starting to come in about the Airspy SDR. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 http://www.rtl-sdr.com/youtube-airspy-review-comparison/ (68.227.131.168)
Nov15 23:36 Near deadband conditions again here. Nothing in reliably over 90 miles. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov15 23:26 The original format was easy listening Ben EM75 (69.136.48.202)
Nov15 23:25 Re: 20:14 93.9 was once WAYA and they similcast with 95.7 WAYB calling the station "Way-fm" for many years Ben EM75 (69.136.48.202)
Nov15 21:16 Radio station recording reveals WQMT. Let me know if you'd like a mp3 file. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov15 21:12 The radio station's website website is definitely http://www.tn939.com . It indicates that it must've switched 6 October 2014. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov15 21:05 Probably. They were definitely a spanish format as recently as August. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov15 20:39 so they were likely the unID 93.9 SS I got this past season when NC etc in - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:36 a little bit with Google solved that - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WQMT (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:33 for those who can/want to play it - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/w/wa5iyx//ra/waya_09.ra (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:26 I'm only thru Jun 2009 on that page's coding, so some 200++ entries left there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:22 If the station is still in at the TOH, I'll post a mp3 onto here. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov15 20:22 that being the most-recent year for which I've done a "complete" set for - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:21 20:14 - I am not sure if it was a few years ago. In 2009, I wasn't serious about DXing and just owned a Crosley radio that one time picked a station up from Knoxville out of its 3 years of use. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov15 20:19 I've been trying to write up the html coding for a page with my 500+ 2009 FM ra clips - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:16 as 93.9 TN DECATUR WQMT 06-28-2011 1450 - on a later relog - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:14 Was that TN 93.9 once WAYA ? I was just listening to a Jun 2009 clip of them IDing as "Tennessee 93.9" - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:11 glad that I lost interest in the ARRL Sweepstakes after 2000 (when they "took away" my lone ND and clean sweep) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:09 93.9 "La Caliente" in Spring City, TN appears to have switched over to a country station. I received them today as "Tennessee 93.9, The Valley's Country." and provided the same legal ID as the Spring City station. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov15 20:09 it's footprint is so large that it fills up what little desk space that I've left here - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:07 with the Es around maybe I should reconnect my PRO-2004 to look for any NTSC/DTV items - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 20:04 Samammish comes and goes with other eastern FDs stopping the PRO-163 on other channels - a good bit of strong unID 35.64 has been in - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 19:38 40.67 w/pings earlier - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov15 19:28 WA5IYX: Is Samammish NOAA/NWS still coming in since 1740 UTC? - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov15 18:22 Es ? All 3 Ch-2 off sets in about S3-5 looking south. ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.227.124)
Nov15 17:57 Watts m-2 at 10 (-9) scale has been unsettled since 16 UTC - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov15 17:53 Decayed at 1745 UTC 1/4 way down from the peak and taking another rise - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov15 17:50 GOES 15 (.05-.4nm) passband uptick at 1740 UTC - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov15 17:40 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - NOAA/NWS wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 17:10 I didn;t get a cassette unit with a digital rev counter until Mar 1983 and then only retro-indexed a few selected C60/90s - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 16:38 JA1RJU didn't include a written general table of contents when he sent them - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 16:36 maybe two of those (unindexed) 1974 C60 dubs - WHEN in hand will take a while to locate any specific items - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 16:21 Reading it now - TU -KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov15 16:07 KA3JAW, detailed response just sent for your e-mail - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 14:38 back on the XP desktop while my Gateway Win8.1 does its lengthy restart from updating the OS - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 14:28 Ms 88.1 KNTU McKinney, TX very weak as I type this '88.1 The One" 1102 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov15 14:26 Ms 88.1 KWOU Woodward, OK RDS PS/PI: KGOU 1066 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov15 14:23 Ms 88.1 KMLV Ralston, NE RDS bogus WAD 756 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov15 14:18 it wud be instructional for all those who like to label ALL n-s prop across the equator as "TEP" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 14:07 on those there are some excellent examples of the same station via daytime F2 and nighttime (fluttery) TE - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:56 I made dubs of the 1974 cassettes he sent K5ZMS of 6m prop JA-VK F2/TE stuff - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:53 check his 1977 logs for some of the first US-JA 6m multi-Es QSOs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:50 I never wkd Kazu on 6m (mni times on 28.885 net) - met him in Oct 1983 at ARRL Nat. Conv. in Houston - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:44 Kind of odd there we no K-W4 on his log - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov15 13:43 if u want to ck JA1RJU's 6m logs for other eras - de WA5IYX http://www5.big.or.jp/~ja1rju/flash_dx.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:37 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:32 peruse this to see some of the fall of 1979 - de WA5IYX http://www5.big.or.jp/~ja1rju/flash_back1979-4.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:22 their (and northern W0s) GCP to JA was thru Alaska - always hoped for an Es link thru Utah (low competition) along our GCP to there - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:18 I always knew that the W6-7s would mop up JAs but never expected the W8-9s to get more than here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:16 oh yes, often the JA footprint would stop at El Paso (or closer) - could hear the JAs on meteor burst links to the F2 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 13:15 KWNT (24.235.46.133)
Nov15 12:49 Were any NM Albuquerque or Santa Fe getting the JA's via F2? - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov15 12:30 most frustrating were mni days of 5-hr 6m KL7s w/o Japan (US W8,9,0 got them) - our GCP to JA is thru Gulf of Alaska - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 12:27 on the best days the 49.75 Ch R1 vids would proceed from n.e. in morn, north by midday (over pole), n.w. by afternoon - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 12:24 with so few (legal) 6m ops in Eu on back then, if not working crossband, then one cud note the video product spacings of their 405, 625, and 819-line TV systems - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 12:17 once in Cyc 21 on 28.885 net had VK3 short path in our morning and bmg there could hear VE1YX short AND long path - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 12:14 M3 flare this morning - de WA5IYX http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/xray_1m.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 12:11 from the UK there were several days when their Ch B2 videos at 51.750 were in direct - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 12:07 I kept a vigil on Ch 2 during those KL7 events but the MUFs never reached it from Anchorage or Fairbanks - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 12:04 I've some audio clips from Cyc 21 of locals beaming at KL7 with incredible F2 backscatter - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov15 08:32 the reverb on everyone was amazing...sounded like we were talking through a long drain pipe....de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Nov15 08:25 I had 100 watts to a 7 el yagi... I could poit the antenna east and say my call and hear the last 3 letters Echo from who knows where....so anything is possible....de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Nov15 08:22 if we get those conditions again it will be very easy to hear...ERP of 1 million plus watts ...radar....de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Nov15 08:18 re 20:52 back in cycle 21 Dec 1979 f2 was so strong the video carriers from tv stations world wide filled 6m with so much noise it was almost impossible to use...de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Nov14 23:40 like these folks also near the magnetic equator in Peru - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jicamarca_Radio_Observatory (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 23:34 Let me be a little more precise - magnetic equatorial - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov14 23:29 More than likely they will be observing equatorial ionospheric plasma irregularities - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov14 23:01 such as these - de WA5IYX http://www.nasa.gov/content/work-begins-to-upgrade-doppler-radar-wind-profiler/ (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 22:52 it slopped over into 6m for him - he somehow got an arrangement to call them to cut it off if some 6m DX was coming in - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 22:48 [20:19] looks like one of those wind-profile radar systems like was near KN5S in NM - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 22:38 Peak fall here with the leaves coming off the trees are finally letting in more stations I never get during summer. I get 3 more stations (9 channels) without leaves on trees. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov14 21:56 Ms 95.3 KABE MNN Winona with "KG-95.3 ID at 1140 earlier today - Saul @ Burnt River ON (174.89.68.122)
Nov14 21:37 Tr 93.3 WODC Ashville, Ohio xmas music and ID 164.3 miles de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Nov14 20:52 I don't believe anyone in North America will hear that coherent back-scatter radar with the antenna aimed towards the sky - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov14 20:22 rest of story is Radar being built on 49.9 mhz 16 Kw power 64 antennas Ethiopia.......73 de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Nov14 20:19 will make a good six meter beacon...de wa4ukx https://scontent-a-cdg.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/v/t1.0-9/954791_835650589791795_7357290180626540443_n.jpg?oh=13aac27c49ef6cfca6bcd151bb367079&oe=54E49C3A (71.85.7.30)
Nov14 17:17 F2 1620z 33.42 WA Samammish - NWS NOAA wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:45 I don't know if the vehicle had much of a working heater/defrosting system in it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:38 During part of the trip in Oregon at night my Mom was having to reach out to unstick the windshiled wipers from the snow/sleet - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:35 knowing the forecast my grandfather had given those smallish snow chains to my Dad to use on our return from visiting relatives in the SF Bay Area - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:31 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs since c. 1415z - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:29 it would be a decade later before a bridge was built there - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Route_97_in_Washington (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:25 US97 back then didn't have a bridge over the Columbia at Goldendale - just a ferry - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:24 the car was some 1940s model Plymouth that had only been acquired earlier that month - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:23 the next time my Dad tried to use the foot pedal brakes he found out they were gone - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 14:21 the snow had quit falling by then - we heard this loud bang under the car and I saw thru the back window something dark behind us spinning on the packed snow on the road - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 13:09 Not a bad highway now, but I wouldn'td want to be on it when chains are needed.--EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov14 12:47 ...and I assume it was even a crazier highway in 1951!! It probably hadn't even been paved all that long--Frank M. (184.171.237.254)
Nov14 12:46 Wow, Pat, that sounds incredibly horrible! I was on that road ABOUT SEVEN WEEKS AGO...I know what Satus Pass is like... (184.171.237.254)
Nov14 12:44 Two hours ago it was 28 degrees in Atlanta...and 31 degrees in BARROW, ALASKA!--Frank M. EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov14 06:40 luckily at age 4 I didn't fully comprehend the perilous situation :) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 06:38 our undersized snow chains busted in Satus Pass cutting main brake line - my Dad had to use hand brake down to Toppenish where it was repaired - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 06:34 wish that I could locate details of that winter storm in Feb 1951 which we traveled from CA to WA along US97 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov14 05:19 Weather guys here in Yakima (and same with NWS) were dead wrong re snow. Not a trace in Yakima and maybe 1'' at Satus Pass, 1/2 way between Toppenish and Goldendale on US-97 > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov14 01:41 Rain upcoming Monday night is going to freeze and might snow and last until Tuesday morning, probably not thawing until late in the afternoon... we know what happened last time there was snow and ice in Atlanta. Wish me luck next week... -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov13 15:35 some better views of Armstrong's Alpine, NJ site - de WA5IYX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXETvogyNfA (69.152.228.206)
Nov13 14:06 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs spotty, 37.92 SS - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov13 12:46 35F hr this morn - near-record (28F) forecast for Fri morn - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov13 03:42 The common 99.1 and 96.9 from Huntsville just faded up with RDS as well now. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov13 03:34 No tropo besides Q 100.3 Knoxville in moderate-strong pointing every direction. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov13 00:40 Attention DX'ers it's officiall! as of 12:00 noon November 12, 2014 CKKL-FM 93.9 Ottawa, ON is no longer BOB FM, it's now "New Country 94". (24.138.174.212)
Nov12 22:40 40.67 fade in open to UT? - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov12 20:24 still warmer in NYC now than here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://7online.com/live/23377/ (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 16:08 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 15:02 this town is a few miles north of GB Hill DoC field site that I was at Jul-Sep 1971 - de WA5IYX http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/11/12/colorado-rescue-crews-extract-man-believed-trapped-for-days-in-store-wall/ (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 14:59 Roger Brown at WJIM-6 gave me a phone call at my Boulder DoC office that summer - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 14:53 23:22--Flashing back to the East Lansing WTFDA conveition (1971?) - the Cable TV weather channel had bugs crawling all over the apparatus..."COCKROACH THEATER!!!--fRANK m. en40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov12 14:06 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 12:48 40F (33F wind chill) this morning with near freezing by Fri morn - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 12:05 Tr WAFX-106.9 Suffolk VA RDS PI 5541 307 mi (Eqt: SDR Play) de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Nov12 03:44 getting our first color TV in Jun 1968 soon revealed how Es could rapidly shift the image colors - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 03:37 did well enough with simple fix-aimed ants there - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/w/wa5iyx/austtvdx.htm (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 03:34 our 2-bay conical (already up at the rental property) fix-aimed sw at SA so also got better KLRN sig than used to in SA (ant there fix-aimed s.e.) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 03:32 in Sept 1968 our feed from that LBJ-owned CATV system had lots of intermod herringbone so only kept connected a few days - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 03:29 KENS-5 Capt. Gus with the Popeye cartoons - de WA5IYX https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=KENS+Captain+Gus (69.152.228.206)
Nov12 02:13 Another Ottawa, Ontario FM soon to change format. This time it's CKKL-FM 93.9. RIP BOB-FM! 2003-2014. http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/ottawa-bob-fm-goes-silent-after-decade-of-music-conversation?fb_comment_id=fbc_638240429618647_638276092948414_638276092948414#f13c942cd (24.138.174.212)
Nov12 02:03 WYYU 104.5 "Mix 104.5" is in well but completely silent at the moment. I hope this isn't indicating a music format change to Christmas music... -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov12 00:59 I have parts of their telescopic mast today used to pick up San Antonio TV stations. Still trying to remember the name of the TV personality on Ch 5 that played Popeye all the time de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Nov12 00:55 My sister and brother in law lived in the Delwood area and had CATV I think in the late 60's. I remember Waco/Temple and SanAntonio stations to fill the deficiency in KTBC multi-affiliates. de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Nov12 00:07 Oh, and KVUE-24 was added in 1971 when they signed on that year. Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov12 00:05 They never did carry KNCT-46 out of Belton in all that time even though the channel was broadcasting then. Jack, Austin T (70.113.94.143)
Nov12 00:04 We started getting CATV here in 1971 and by then they also had KWEX-41 from SA and KTVT-11 from DFW. Still had the weather dial channel and also KCEN-6, KWTX-10 from Waco/Temple...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 23:22 My favorite channel was the weather. Camera scan of the dials. de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Nov11 23:20 CATV in Austin in the 60's. I remember a great Tropo opening to New Orleans, Ch 6 I think. I watched a Sci-Fi flick till 2AM de Art KA5DWI (24.116.70.149)
Nov11 22:37 The Armstrong Tower, Alpine, NJ - KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m35fqaOslh8 (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 22:02 Wreckage of TV Antenna Tower Mast Highlights Newly Opened 9/11 Museum - KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.tvnewscheck.com/playout/2014/05/wreckage-of-tv-antenna-tower-highlights-newly-opened-911-museum/ (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 20:18 all garnered with OTA headend systems (which must have had plenty of Mexican Es CCI on 4 and 5 at times) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 20:16 in that "ancient" era their fare (all on VHF) featured local 7, 42, 9, SA's 4,5,12, an auotmated wx dial channel, and maybe some Waco-Killeen sigs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 20:12 my only short-lived CATV experience (Austin Sep 1968) had them connecting the coax to the set antenna 300-ohm input (w/o balun) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 20:08 That gave him plenty of NYC FM coverage after Sarnoff threw him off the ESB - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 20:08 They use to supply the VHF channels to be received without a set top box but those days are gone. It's almost frightening to see how much of our communications are completely controlled now, and only for national consumption. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov11 20:04 Maybe they'd like to use Armstrong's tower on the Palisades ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 20:02 Many if not most of the cable systems have gone entirely digital and you Must have their box to get anything, which what they want you to get. (73.178.107.134)
Nov11 20:01 law firms experienced with dealing with the FCC are aware how far they can "push it" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 20:00 Living in central NJ, it seems mute to me that they are acting the way there are. Unless they put their antenna up on the highlands to access NYC, most of the cable companies probably will not carry them anyway. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov11 19:45 Sometimes it's required to remove their chip off their shoulders to make them accountable for their actions - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 19:19 seldom is there a place for attempted levity in official legal pleadings filed with a government agency - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 19:09 I don't know if the FCC will take those sarcastic comments in those filings with much humor - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 18:51 vast difference vs 24 hrs ago - de WA5IYX http://iono.jpl.nasa.gov//latest_rti_global.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 18:31 Emergency Motion for Stay -KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.pmcmtv.com/Emergency-Motion-for-Stay-AS-FILED.PDF (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 18:06 Application for Review - KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.pmcmtv.com/Application-for-Review-AS-FILED.PDF (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 18:04 Yep it is about the PSIP 33 designation - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 17:47 the late-coming interloper there could've chosen any other virt. ch. that wasn't already being used in their market - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 17:44 I'm confused - how does an OTA DT-3 in NJ conflict with an OTA DT-33 in CT unless they're thinking about their imaginary virtual channels - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 16:55 WJLP in Freehold shut down over channel fight - KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.app.com/story/money/business/main-street/2014/11/11/wjlp-shuts/18850399/ (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 16:33 Iceland analog PAL B/G ceased all analog broadcasting on Nov. 10. Now using DVB-T - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 16:11 Time is running out on Cuban analog TV - they are on Phase II this month - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov11 15:59 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:45 the Police Call issues with their multiple-sorted lists and larger coverage areas were well worth the extra $ - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:43 mni man hours doing that 1970-73 - IIRC, the CRB lists were $2 each in 1970 and only 4 pages covering small areas - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:37 I used to abstract the low-VHF and manually arrange them by call and freq (since long before I had accurate freq readout) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:33 these CRB items is how one got 30-50 MHz freqs and calls before Radio Shack Police Call came out - de WA5IYX https://sites.google.com/site/massachusettspublicsafety/home/misc/1972---mass---radio-freqs (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:26 specific - de WA5IYX https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?fccCallsign=KCB781 (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:20 overview - de WA5IYX https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=barnstable+county+fire+department (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:18 I've got wonder if the responses are on hi-VHF or UHF trunking - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:17 F2 33.700 KCB781 MA Barnstable Co. (Cape Cod) doing roll call - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:14 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs begin later than Monday - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:03 KOBS-LD-19.2 (since "fixed" from being frozen) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/20141111-020725-1.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 14:00 KOBS-LD-19.3 time warp - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/20141111-074647-1.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 08:15 LPTV="Lets Play TV" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 08:14 our KOBS-LD-19 currently has 19.1 - black screen, 19-2 frozen image (with small center circle, "loading", 19.3 and .4 CBars - all with an Apr 10, 1981 4:54 AM TBA on it - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 08:04 they're forecasting near 40F for Wed morn, and mid 30s Thur-Fri mornings - it was 78F hr Monday afternoon - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 08:02 Tr latent WEAR-DT-17 FL Pensacola agn (659 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 07:51 Tr 103.7 WFFX Hattiesburg Ms (125 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 07:50 Tr 103.7 WFFX Hattiesburg Ms (125 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 07:25 how cold is it going to get in your area Pat. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 07:24 yes Pat, that strong arctic cold front will end this Tropo. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 07:16 still svrl subdecoding Us east, but may all be in-state - that strong arctic cold front will end this by morning - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 06:39 Tr WMAW-DT-44 Meridian Ms (195 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 06:34 Tr WCFT-DT-33 Tuscaloosa (282 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 06:27 Tr WKRG-DT-27 Mobile Alabama (184 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 06:20 Tr WEAR-DT-17 Mobile Alabama (184 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 06:14 there goes another UHF DT channel to do DXing on. :-( - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 06:12 just checked whats on DT-9.4. and WBXH is still broadcasting on that subchannel. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 06:09 WBXH was also broadcasting on a subchannel of WAFB-DT-9 on DT-9.4 - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 06:06 new DT station on the air here WBXH-DT-39. they were broadcasting on analog ch.39 - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.225.109.248)
Nov11 05:30 Dan - Christmas on 96.5 is WMJJ Birmingham > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov11 04:44 Tr 101.7 KNTE Bay City, TX "La Ranchera" 580 mi - kw4rz em60 (72.216.35.32)
Nov11 04:43 Tr 93.9 KMXH Alexandria, LA, weak signal "Mix 93.9" urban AC rarely heard - kw4rz EM60 NW Florida (72.216.35.32)
Nov11 04:29 yes, hr beamed east often the Houston CCI to some of our locals will cause them to become non-decoding - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 04:13 hi Jack, the Tropo my pick up later in your area. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (173.209.212.215)
Nov11 04:12 hi Jack, the Tropo my pick up later in your area. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (173.209.212.155)
Nov11 02:49 Around the time Lafayette was coming in on 28, semi-local KWTX-10 had signal loss. Wonder if it was getting interference from KLFY-DT-10 Lafayette at that time? Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 02:48 The tropo I had earlier is all gone now too...fun while it lasted! Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 02:35 All gone now. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov11 02:29 Tropo is still there but so weak I can't discern anything. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov11 02:19 Tr 96.5 KVKI Shreveport, LA 543 miles matched online with Delilah show and local references. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov11 02:17 Tr WEAR-DT-17 FL Pensacola (659 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 02:13 Oh no. My first Christmas music station on 96.5. Still an UnID at the moment. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov11 02:09 Weak tropo is in. Definitely getting stuff, though. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov11 02:08 Tr 95.3 WZNF MS Lumberton (577 mi) RDS - no fog here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 02:07 at work right now will DX when I get home. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (173.209.212.143)
Nov11 02:05 Tr 102.1 "The Wave" WWAV Fort Walton Beach, FL 273 miles weak under other 102.1s I can't locate -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov11 02:04 must be low level fog induced Tropo that is causing this so early. what do you think Pat? - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (173.209.212.170)
Nov11 02:01 Just noticed some serious tropo fading is beginning. I'll update if I get any good logs. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov11 02:00 Tr 94.9 WKSJ AL Mobile (RDS PI="KDAB") 659 mi - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 01:55 Tr WMPV-DT-20 (TBN) AL Mobile (663 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 01:46 getting more SE TX and TX Coast FMs now, so things seem to have shifted to the south...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 01:45 Tr 94.9 KHTZ Ganado, TX with country mx, local ads...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 01:39 Tr WVUE-DT-29 NOLA (519mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 01:26 Tr 94.3 WTIX Galliano, LA (450 miles) with oldies mx, ads, station ID...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 01:10 in addition, we still have a local LPTV NTSC still on 28 any DTV has to plow thru to decode - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 01:01 28 is a strong subdecode here as well - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 01:00 Tr 88.9 WMAU Bude, MS (417 miles) with "All Things Considered", area wx, station ID...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 00:44 Very unusual to see this come in so early in the evening here...better go check FM now...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 00:43 Tr KATC-DT-28 Lafayette, LA (328 miles) with ads, Wheel of Fortune...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov11 00:20 this was puny compared to that, but even puny storms can do things in November :) - de WA5IYX http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/forecasts/wwv/1110wwv.txt (69.152.228.206)
Nov11 00:12 a much larger magstorm around this date in 1991 (Cycle 22) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/11081091.txt (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 23:18 hrd some 50,125 ssb ZL1AKW ?? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 23:11 huge bs there from other W5s - I don't need to strain to rework ZL1RS - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 23:07 hrg mni cw 50.103 not sure who is who tho - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 23:04 Sorry: Pat your BS signal was 55 Just worked ZL1RS ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.227.124)
Nov10 23:04 Just heard WA5IYX work KH6/k6mio ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.227.124)
Nov10 22:49 looks like the foF2 at svrl US digisondes came close to 14-MHz today - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 22:49 IMO, Christmas music should start right after Thanksgiving. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov10 22:45 I spent much of 2100-2130z clg Jim w/o any luck, got KH6HI 2201z cw and KH7Y 2207z cw - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 22:43 most of the time that apx 2 hr event to KH6 was favoring other US areas then hr - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 22:42 Did I have any bs sig there ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 22:31 Just heard WA5IYX work KH6/k6mio ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.227.124)
Nov10 22:20 hinted at here - de WA5IYX http://iono.jpl.nasa.gov//latest_rti_global.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 22:19 F2 large 50-MHz event to Hawaii for much of US from magstorm - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 21:34 ...And, at least, it WAS skip back then--Frank M. (184.171.237.254)
Nov10 21:33 01:23--Just to think we were "complaining" about Drunk On a Plane during skip season this year. That's nothing...--Frank M. EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov10 21:03 6m HI beacon into cn85 - de kb7wox (50.39.106.29)
Nov10 20:24 XHBC-3 snowy fade in/out - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov10 19:12 40.67 active - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov10 18:20 37.020 F2? US? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 17:22 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 16:00 Tr 93.1 KQID LA Alexandria (409 mi) town ID - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 15:24 our 91.7 and 95.1 still HD-less, 91.9 dead air from someone - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 15:16 KSMB now RDS with Bolin Phase Box cutting down Houston - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 15:12 WMAU coming in even stronger now here...good tropo this morning! Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov10 15:08 Tr 88.9 WMAU MS Bude (485 mi) MPB "Think Radio" - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 14:54 Tr 88.9 WMAU Bude, MS (417 miles) with MPB radio "Mississippi Edition"...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov10 14:37 subdecode 29 from east, NOLA ? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 14:36 Tr KATC-DT-28 Lafayette, LA (328 miles) with Good Morning America...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov10 14:25 KTTX is my major 106.1 "pest" here (less so Denton) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 14:22 Tr 101.5 WYNK- LA Baton Rouge (442 mi) k and I-10 tfc rpt - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 14:19 local 105.9 HD usually keeps 106.1 from being heard here these days...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov10 14:18 Tr 106.1 KTTX Brenham, TX (new) with country mx and contest...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov10 14:05 Tr 94.5 KSMB LA Lafayette (387 mi) ads and ID - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 14:03 93.9 Corpus with "music of the season" ... 6 weeks to become numb of that - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 13:54 Tr KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi) - upper 40sF hr this morning - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 13:48 among these http://giro.uml.edu/IonogramMovies/ - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 13:46 F2 35.64 - Eglin digisonde showing foF2 enhancement - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 13:39 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - early even with magstorm - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 04:49 sure wish that they had this much data for "my" 1958 event (c. 2235 CST) - de WA5IYX http://www.amsmeteors.org/fireball_event/2014/3032 (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 04:37 more reports of the Sat event - de WA5IYX http://www.amsmeteors.org/2014/11/major-fireball-over-san-antonio-texas/ (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 04:29 I did hear some "thunder-like" sounds within 5 min of that 1958 event (which was seen as far north as KS) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 04:25 a close resemblance to the 20 Apr 1958 bolide event (3rd clipping) but that one went s-n near the zenith - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/195758As.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 04:18 I missed this and any effects therefrom - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.ksat.com/content/pns/ksat/news/2014/11/09/sa-man-captures-footage-of-south-texas-meteor.html (69.152.228.206)
Nov10 01:23 50 stations in the U.S. have already switched to all-Christmas. Here in Seattle KING-FM has switched their HD2 to classical Christmas. - Rick N6KCR Seattle (50.132.6.188)
Nov10 01:15 [23:29] All CHRISTMAS music already? Please. please...NO!! Frank M - EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov09 23:54 Also, Dan, I feel like 107.1 WTSH has a better signal here since it flipped to CHR "X" format. It and 96.1 are the only Atlanta I can hear 100% of the time - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Nov09 23:53 Including now rare 106.9 WBPT "The Eagle" Birmingham over local 106.7 IBOC - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Nov09 23:49 Huntsville & Birmingham local enhancement rather strong here too, Dan - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Nov09 23:29 Tr S 98.1 KISC Spokane, WA fading up often with Christmas music. Strong signal about 15 min ago with "Happy X-Mas (War Is Over)" John Lennon. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov09 22:51 96.9 "Lite 96.9" Huntsville, AL in stronger than locals with no fading. Never been so strong -- Dan EM73QX (107.77.90.20)
Nov09 22:02 apparently by 1953 facemasks were being used - de WA5IYX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1Z25hetb2A (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 19:23 in that British Pathe clip note that's from the pre-facemask era - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 19:21 I figured some of it was deliberate to discourage viewers turning TV down (as mni often did with ABC's MNF in Howard C.'s time in the booth) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 19:17 in the past I usually found the radio play-by-play 10-15 sec behind the TV - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 19:10 Think they experience fewer relay delays than the TV broadcasts do...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov09 19:09 Was listening to the UT game yesterday on KVET and the audio was indeed ahead of the TV audio by a few seconds...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov09 18:49 from the 1952 game there - de WA5IYX http://www.britishpathe.com/video/wembley-us-air-force-football-final-aka-american (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 18:44 Ms 103.3 KJSR Tulsa, OK RDS, previous Es 914 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov09 18:08 my Dad must've gone to it (c. 90 mi from where we lived) - I know it was NOT one of my 3 trips to London 1952-54 while in UK - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 18:01 US football in London 61 years ago (I've a copy of the program from that game) - de WA5IYX http://archives.chicagotribune.com/1953/11/28/page/21/article/u-s-air-force-teams-play-in-london-today (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 17:33 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 16:59 in fact, it often seems to lead OTA TV play ! - next week radio coverage here is on KZEP (93.3 LPFM or 104.5 HD 2) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 16:56 I often use KVET to listen to UT football games as their audio seems to lead WOAI 1200 here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 16:54 recent CME now forecast to be geoeffective - de WA5IYX http://spaceweather.com/ (69.152.228.206)
Nov09 16:34 test to see if I can use this page portably. Got a 404 error on the PC the other day. - Rick N6KCR Seattle (97.113.20.173)
Nov09 16:09 KVET 98.1 HD is currrently off so no IBOC blocking the adjacent freqs right now.. :) Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov09 16:08 Tr 97.9 KBXX Houston, TX (new) with hip-hop music top 10 countdown...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov09 16:08 Tr 98.3 KULM Columbus, TX (new) with local church service...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov09 02:33 I've barely heard such lackluster tropo scatter conditions. Even the Shoreview FMs are struggling to make it. - KC0LTV EN36us (192.208.52.207)
Nov08 16:53 Ms 90.9 KJWR Windom, MN several hits past hr w/RDS PI/PS 683 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov08 16:21 UnID 98.1 with RDS: WRGNAFM popped in briefly. (73.54.238.82)
Nov08 16:10 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - a bit early today - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov08 14:15 F2 some isolated 33-MHz n.e. US FD a while ago - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 19:11 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 14:29 the MA Mid-State (Leominster, etc) 33.700 roll call from up there used to fortunately be offset in time - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 14:26 way back, they'd used complete calls, then (if unique) just the 3-digit "suffixes", and lately just the town name - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 14:24 in the past often the sharp F2 skip zone prevented me from hearing the other units from acknowledging the roll call - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 14:22 the 9am EST Barnstable Co. (Cape Cod) MA 33.700 roll call - tho I can only hear the main dispatcher - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 13:57 F2 33-MHz n,e, US FDs start - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 12:56 Tr 88.5 WGNV Milladore, WI "88.5 the Family" with ID and Wisconsin mentions. Helps that the 88.5 in Sturgeon Bay is off. Not surprised I'd get the Family on 88.5 considering they're on the same stick as (or very close to) 103.3 WGLX and 106.5 WYTE. NEW! - Christian EN64 Manistee, MI (166.137.12.98)
Nov07 05:26 those two are usually my 99.9 "pests" here also - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov07 01:50 normally 99.9 here is either WACO from, yes, Waco or KSAB Corpus Christi...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov07 01:48 Tr 99.9 KTXM Hallettsville, TX (new) "Texas Thunder Radio" with Hallettsville vs. Comfort regional vb game...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Nov07 01:47 Maybe I heard CBC. There's one of those in Toronto on 99.1 FM. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov07 01:44 Only one it could have been was CB; Canada only uses CB, CF, CH, CI, CJ, and CK. de Eric B, Carleton, MI (69.246.65.137)
Nov06 22:55 With this multi-day rain event about over, this area of town got around 4.5 inches of it - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov06 21:39 Ms ? UnID 99.1 "C" something and all the letters had an "e" noise in them so I couldn't get a good ID out of it like CGCT -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov06 17:42 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov06 16:17 33.9 ems/fire from est - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov06 14:49 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs late today - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov06 05:14 Passport/World Band Radio started as Radio Database International in 1984, flipped to the PTWBR name in 1988 and the last edition was in 2009. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov06 04:32 Tr Another odd opening from Indianapolis to Cape Girardeau/Farmington, MO. Randy EM69wq (50.165.235.156)
Nov06 03:42 Good times in the 60's: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_submarine_B-59 - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Nov06 00:41 Radio for Peace International was on at the time and there was a Willie Nelson program they aired on Saturdays. RFPI was a mix of AM and USB mode > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov06 00:25 I need to relocate my spiral notebook SWL logs from 1959-63 and transcribe them for my site - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov06 00:21 I also remember from then the VOA had a Russian newscast c. 09z - and the Soviet jammers pouncing on them - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov06 00:17 in Aug 1960 I also listened to some of the coverage of their trial of the pilot, Powers - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov06 00:15 In May 1960 I was listening to R. Moscow EE when they were telling the truth about the U2 and Ike was fibbing - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov06 00:01 I notice that there were a lot of broadcasters using domestic feeders. Is that because of no "web" streams at the time...they were fed off the satellite on USB, and then relayed to the 31, 49, 19 m band frequency? >Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov05 23:57 can't believe Radio Moscow had over 50 frequencies, in ENGLISH, running at one time. And that was 20 years ago...now they are gone and those 50 channels likely have China on them > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov05 23:53 adjacent meaning nearest west residence - waited until 900-MHz for my first cordless (c. 2004) - then 2.4- and 5.8-GHz units - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 23:50 an adjacent 46-MHz cordless base used to produce some herringbone video TVI by direct pickup by the TV's i.f. - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 23:47 Little known SW station "Radio Roma" from Italy beamed to North America - "the soporific announcer sometimes has an almost instantaneous effect" geeze - commercial pirate radio in 1994 > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov05 23:43 After 13 days of waiting (longest ship ever) - I received an old 1994 copy of Passport to World Band Radio. Fun to look at all the "What's On Tonight" listings and the blue pages. BBC was still on 5.975 to North America, for example. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov05 23:36 I wonder if anyone still has the old 40 MHz cordless phones you could listen to on a scanner. - DN64 (184.164.109.53)
Nov05 22:29 join the vhfskip Yahoo group to see just how much US 30-50 MHz activity still exists - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 22:26 it'd take a few seconds for the AVC on my A-2586 or RS Patrolman to "recover" after they transmitted - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 22:24 one of those 35-MHz businesses on that list was abt 1 mi north of me back then - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 22:21 30 MHz obviously carries better than 154 MHz, but is there any other reason they still use those freqs? - Dn64 (184.164.109.53)
Nov05 22:16 ancient list of Texas 30-50 MHz items - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/TX3050ITU7172freq.txt (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 22:11 and the TX DPS (State Police) on 42-MHz - some S American repeater system wud pick them up on F2 - got messy at times - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 22:10 Wyoming still has legacy frequencies in the 40 mhz range for Highway Patrol. I'm sure they haven't used them in 15+ years. - Dn64 (184.164.109.53)
Nov05 22:08 in this area c. 1970 the only public safety low-VHF were the Sheriff Offices (37-MHz) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 21:40 I'm surprised people still use the lower freqs for emergency stuff. There is none of that here that I'm aware of - Dn64 (184.164.109.53)
Nov05 18:47 Tr WTGR - The Tiger 97.5 FM Union City, OH Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 18:32 Tr KHITS 96.3 - KIHT - FM 96.3 - St. Louis, MO Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 18:26 Tr WTLC-FM - 106.7 FM Indianapolis, IN Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 18:01 Tr WQRK - Super Oldies 105.5 FM Bedford, IN Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 17:53 Tr KBDZ - Classic Rock 93.1 Perryville, MO Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 17:45 Tr WCBK-FM - 102.3 FM Martinsville, IN Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 17:35 Tr WIKY-FM - 104.1 FM Evansville, IN sounding like a local. Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 17:25 Tr KPNT - 105.7 The Point Collinsville, IL Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 17:24 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 17:21 Tr new log WZDM - Wisdom 92.1 Vincennes, IN Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 17:18 Tr new log WQUB 90.3 FM Clayton, MO Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Nov05 13:17 F2 33.72 isolated n.e. US FD - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 11:31 what and when it was - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/mwamlist.htm (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 11:29 I haven't really had any interest in MW DXing in over 50 years here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 11:27 however, the residual E MUF at night then might complicate long-haul MW paths - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 11:25 It got that high in Cyc 19 as well (and several 300+ SFX days in Cyc 22) - the D-layer still goes away at nite even with those levels - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov05 05:42 Woah! I see that solar cycle 21 had a max solar flux at close to 400! I just wonder if I'd be hearing 1KW MWs from Brazil and Ecuador here with that flux. ;) > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Nov05 02:38 the multi-day training rain event has begun - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://sanantonio.justweather.com/radar/?default=true#position=37%2Fw3 (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 17:34 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 14:48 can't locate the mni other matrices like this I have at the moment - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/7912_muf.htm (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 14:47 that 383 flux might've been flare enhanced (taken @18z in Ottawa then) - those are 43-MHz US pagers (never heard on F2 hr in Cycle 20) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 14:38 from when I kept this type of data matrix (Cycle 21) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/7911_muf.htm (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 14:35 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs starting - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 14:22 Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov04 14:22 Tr 99.5 "Kicks 99" WKXC Aiken, SC 155 miles new (73.54.238.82)
Nov04 14:15 some 33 MHz US-comms rcv'ed in deutschland http://youtu.be/a-lNkFben-M (50.39.106.29)
Nov04 14:12 ABC's GMA this morning was saying some areas may get up to 7 inches ... - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 14:10 prelude to our multi-day deluge - de WA5IYX http://sanantonio.justweather.com/radar/?default=true#position=37%2Fw18 (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 14:06 Chattanooga FMs in strong, TVs trying to decode. Yesterday we had 20% humidity. I don't remember it ever being so dry here -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov04 12:30 I've been fiddling with the html on a page for my 2009 FM ra clips (500 +) - first full year wth Sony - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 12:25 I still need to review my 2013 C90s to compile my FM-DX logs there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 12:21 neat if one could afford and master this system - de WA5IYX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-lNkFben-M&feature=youtu.be (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 10:44 NOW, if somebody can just come out with a really good tunable receiver that this goes into. SuperBox, here we come - but probably no market. Is this ATSC format?--Frank M. EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov04 09:47 we may be DXing this soon. DATV Express SDR Exciter for Digital ATV - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvbQijVywjE (68.11.217.202)
Nov04 04:26 the dewpoints tho are lower than in Oct 1998 so about 50% less moisture than then (c. 15-20" in 1998) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 04:24 our rain event (forecasted 3-4") is due to a cold front and the high-level moisture from H. Vance off Pac. coast of Mexico - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 00:26 I didn't realize they'd been recycling the programs for 2 years - recently only stumbled upon mostly during Es event here - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 00:10 hrd it at tail end of ABC TV nx - de WA5IYX http://www.npr.org/2014/11/03/357428287/tom-magliozzi-popular-co-host-of-nprs-car-talk-dies-at-77 (69.152.228.206)
Nov04 00:06 Just heard that Tom from CAR TALK (NPR Network) has passed away?? Along with him goes the "Best Laugh Track" in Radio!! de ROB VA3SW EN92 (99.248.242.128)
Nov04 00:02 2 or 3-day rain event forecasted here that some suggest resembles (in ways) the Oct 1998 (500-yr flood) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov03 16:47 In Cycles 20-24 I could almost count such incidents on my fingers (and maybe a few toes) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov03 16:45 It'll take the likes of a major magstorm to give NAmer Ch A2 F2 paths to SAmer in this Cycle - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov03 16:42 really not much need with Band I (lo-VHF) TV vanishing in Eu and Africa - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov03 16:27 Could probably use font size and italics but seems like an overkill to me.. I don't even like that red for the F2, it's too bright. I may change F2 to the Au color, and change Au to a purple. F2 don't really mean much for TV/FM Dx, like Es or Tropo does. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov03 16:05 F2 33.42 WA Samammish - wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov03 15:18 Can it be set to trigger font size(s) and/or italics on here ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov03 14:58 Au test to see if this color still works. Yes it does! (73.178.107.134)
Nov03 14:57 What color would you like to see for F2 reports? The use of the colors is to basically differentiate between a DX report and the chatter. Also, it helps to differentiate between the modes of DX reports when the reports are hot and heavy. Red stands out, especally during the lull times. We don't get many F2 reports on here for FM and TV, even during main Es season. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Nov03 14:20 "9 am test" eastern now at 14z - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov03 13:48 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs commence - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov02 22:52 33.9 ems/fire EST - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov02 21:27 33.9 ems/fire EST - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.106.29)
Nov02 19:18 Yeah I get that, but it seems these 2 reds are a little difficult to differentiate at first glance-but maybe that's being picky Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Nov02 18:22 trouble is that mni colors (like yellow/gold) don't read well against the white background - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov02 17:52 .Es should have stayed red, and make F2 something NOT a shade of red Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Nov02 16:30 F2 33.42 WA Samammish NWS loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov02 14:24 the 6m Euro-SAfrica spots so numerous that DX Maps gone to 30-min window - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov02 13:38 F2 spotty 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov02 03:34 apparently XE Ch 2 tropo NTSC vid carriers tripping the PRO-2004 scanner - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov02 03:30 it's "RED" for F2 and "CC0033" for Es - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov02 02:54 OH WAIT, the loggings below. I see it now! (184.171.237.254)
Nov02 02:53 What colour for F2? I don't see it. In fact, it appears the one for Au has been taken away (not that I ever use it)--Frank M. EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Nov02 01:06 Glad to see that F2 now has a colour. It'll be a lot easier to see whenever I read over the logs. -- Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Nov01 22:30 welcome to rainovember (50.39.106.29)
Nov01 21:17 see from them that some snow is forecasted in the Cascades - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov01 20:39 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov01 20:39 now I'll probably stumble over even more computer birdies here - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov01 20:37 nice to finally discover that my PRO-163 scanner has had Global Attenuator set on it these past c. 18 months ... - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov01 19:50 Tr 100.1 WSJP Port Washington, WI weak scatter "Relevant Radio", relog but new calls, ex WPJP 324 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov01 19:49 any associated PD dispatch on that likely above MUF (or ji-VHF/UHF) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov01 19:45 egads, one 33.72 FD with a call re a 7 year old gone biserk, busting window and trying to harm family members - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Nov01 18:39 Chattanooga FMs in strong with RDS and periodic HD today. -- DanEM73QX (107.77.90.76)
Nov01 17:40 Ms 105.9 KKBO Flasher, ND RDS PI 961 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov01 17:38 Ms 91.1 WKNO Memphis, TN RDS PI 734 mi _de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Nov01 16:17 Es Ch-2 55.240/250 S9. No audio yet. south ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Nov01 14:47 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Nov01 00:58 CMEs - a bit long at 35 min and audio only - de WA5IYX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF_fefRayto (69.152.228.206)
Oct31 23:57 Nope never met the Dave Williams from Astoria though I knew of his existence. I only belonged to IRCA for a few months and saw him on there > dave CN94 (198.179.137.207)
Oct31 21:54 Confusing - Dave Williams in Redmond OR, Dave Williams in Astoria OR - just 175 mi maybe from each other...and both DXers of some kind! Dave CN94, did you know the Astoria Dave at all? I suppose you might have since you know Pat Martin in Seaside. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct31 20:15 30+mph sustained winds all tomorrow with highs in the mid 40s. The feel like temperature all day will be below freezing and as low as 15F. Still waiting on the click to submit log in a separate window function to be fixed, as well. -- DanEM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Oct31 19:28 yeah...things are slow Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct31 19:27 XHREY-12 Reynosa seens a few days ago with Azteca trece Halloween logo morphing into a skull Mike-La https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKvtyHhXHfQ (24.196.218.27)
Oct31 19:01 Es HIJB-2 Dom Rep with T/A logo 1143 mi de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct31 18:12 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx loop - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct31 18:11 just another not-unexpected (unlike 4 Oct 1957) Soviet Space Firsts - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct31 18:07 (00:14) I got that Gagarin flight news from Ray Scherer's NBC midday TV newscast (was at home with a strep throat) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct31 15:27 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs spotty and later as solar flux drops - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct31 15:19 I still have to fix the separate input page.. Bob-Nj Fn20wb (73.178.107.134)
Oct31 15:11 Opens link in a new page rather then this one http://spaceweather.com/ (73.178.107.134)
Oct31 15:10 Test, to see if this now works again!!? http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/earthskys-meteor-shower-guide (73.178.107.134)
Oct31 09:10 d/c'd antennas for this one - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct31 09:08 http://sanantonio.justweather.com/radar/?default=true#position=37 - nasty wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql (69.152.228.206)
Oct31 05:06 Told 'em! ... Mike (24.5.131.101)
Oct31 04:04 Yo. I'm not dead. Thanks for the concern > dave CN94 (198.179.137.226)
Oct31 01:18 thx Bob Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct31 01:11 I'm working on fixing that, should be back up in the next day or two. Bob-Nj (73.178.107.134)
Oct31 01:07 so we can no longer post hyperlinks here? Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct31 00:14 Jules Bergman on 12 april 1961 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYucEQFYNf0 (50.39.111.216)
Oct30 23:25 too bad that Jules Bergman isn't still around there to curb such needless hype stories - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct30 23:21 http://spaceweather.com/ doesn't seemed concerned about that early (GMT) Oct 30 M5 event near the west limb - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct30 23:19 Why did ABC news have a few-seconds long segment re a "large solar flare" and possible terrestrial effects ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct30 22:12 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct30 21:52 If Mike's Dave is still alive, I'd love to talk to him via e-mail. I think it would be great to get SOME other non-TVFM log communication... > Yakima (97.90.83.28)
Oct30 21:47 Well still, another DXer bites the dust. Hate to see that happen. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct30 15:19 F2 spotty 33-MHz n,e, US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct30 12:52 I never knew Dave Williams from OR state, but yes it is a sad day when we have lost another devoted member of the DX community - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct30 03:58 Its a different Dave. One of the problems of remaining anonymous is that you don't actually talk to people directly ... Mike (50.1.60.19)
Oct30 01:55 Unless there is another Dave Williams, this might be the one we all know for all that double-hop skip he used to get on FM from Redmond, OR. One of Dave's biggest logs ever was WKYS 93.9 in Washington, DC on 7/15/2006 - 2280+mi. He's also gotten 10 w translators from across the west on skip. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct30 01:51 btw Dave was 80 years old and had breathing problems at OHSU...he had a fall not too long ago which caused the problems. Sad day for IRCA and for DXers across the west > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct30 01:49 Sad news to report from Patrick Martin on IRCA: DXer Dave Williams passed away this morning. I believe he was the same one who used to do loads of Es DX from central Oregon. RIP to one of my big "E skip beacons"! > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct29 19:55 Nothing special is coming in. Normal relogs are in but just strong. No TV. -- DanEM73 mobile (73.54.238.82)
Oct29 19:34 Very foggy all of the sudden. When I'm home in a few minutes I'll update with any tropo reports -- DanEM74 mobile (107.77.90.18)
Oct29 18:53 35.6-- ASCII/tone pager - F2 ? Es ? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 13:27 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs start - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 13:23 Tr WTVZ 33 & WTKR 40 Norfolk VA 316 mi + lots of NC DTVs de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct29 04:50 a few details http://books.google.com/books?id=fXOYguSu1YUC&pg=PA146&lpg=PA146&dq=CBS+1959+biography+of+a+missile&source=bl&ots=YYBfvjiDh4&sig=WMkpmoIO8YQ4xW-CzL3EwtI5gM8&hl=en&sa=X&ei=13BQVKLCCYWsyASoj4LICA&ved=0CFoQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=CBS%201959%20biography%20of%20a%20missile&f=false - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 04:47 well it was late 1959, not 1960 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1181652/ - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 04:01 XHBC-3 weak snowy fade in - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.111.216)
Oct29 03:52 Ch2 weak fade ups - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.111.216)
Oct29 02:06 http://i.ebayimg.com/00/$(KGrHqYOKj!E4jv-TYYkBOPd,Gw8c!~~0_35.JPG like these - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 02:02 in 1960 CBS Reports had an hour-long documentary on a Canaveral launch failure - turned out the cause was two large top-hat silicon rectifiers on a perboard coming in contact with one another - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 02:00 CRS-3 payload separation at +00:09:57 at altitude of 125 miles (201 km) - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct29 01:44 Telemetry showed bad telemetry 12-20 seconds after launch. RSO triggered its destruction - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct29 01:28 I had to reload the NASA page to get their audio feed so I missed the intro - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 01:18 http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/kn0enh3.jpg it was still a very restricted zone in 1989 (used to have KJ6 prefix) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 01:16 What's the attraction, finding mutated aquatic or bird species ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 01:09 the son of a family friend was there with the USAF in the later 60s - FWIW, he went swimming and his hair turned red (temporarily ?) afterwards - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 01:08 Now they want to turn it into a vacation getaway - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct29 01:05 that was one of the series of high-altitude nuke detonations that led to the early demise of Telstar from particles eroding its solar cells - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 01:04 Same atoll were they stored Agent Orange during NAM - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct29 01:01 in 1962 they even had a Johnston Is. one with a nuke that contaminated the launch area - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 00:59 US launch failures in the 1957-60+ era became depressingly familiar being so publicly on display - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct29 00:57 Rocket motor was pushing 108% when it blew itself apart then causing significant damage to launch pad zero - KA3JAW Fn20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct29 00:44 CRS PC delayed until 9pm EDT - KA3JAW FN2jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct29 00:37 http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html#.VFA2TSLF-So - - - CRS Press Conference in 8 min - KA3JAW Fn20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct29 00:20 I must (again) be in between the toes of the FK8CP 50-MHz US footprint as only some faint cw hr - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:45 http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/experiments/1323.html - OK, it's by spectral analysis (another SwRI project)- de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:45 POC: Michael Fortenberry, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct28 23:42 What altitude was that to sample at ? The ISS is a bit too high for that. - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:32 The Meteor Composition Determination package to analyze chemical properties of meteoroid dust in the atmosphere was also lost on the mission - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct28 23:26 F2, meanwhile, 33.42 WA Samammish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:25 FWIW, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHMmMgdcOSU - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:15 at least it got higher up than the Dec 1957 Vanguard attempt before the range safety officer detonated it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:13 http://www.dailypress.com/news/science/dp-nws-orb-three-launch-cover-20141028-story.html - a little slow getting the story on the Web - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:10 so some bummed-out 7th/8th-grade science students here this evening - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:08 it dealt with comparing the growth rate of borax crystals in microgravity vs on Earth - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 23:06 in the payload of the Antares cargo rocket to the ISS that failed c. 2230z was an student experiment from a local Jr. High - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 22:03 F2 raucous 33-MHz "6-pm" (EDT) test - in a few days that'll be done an hr later at 23z - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 19:50 Tr 88.5 WMUB Oxford, OH huge signal 327 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct28 19:49 Ms 88.5 WRAS Atlanta, GA RDS PI 701 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct28 18:35 39.600 MHz Es ? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 18:18 33.9 ems/fire PA - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.111.216)
Oct28 13:19 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs early start - (maybe some 9am EDST 33.70 roll call) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct28 04:06 Tr very good north/south - relogged 31-WTMO-CD Orlando FL 331 mi again o/local WJNI-LD 22 mi - on 4 bay bowtie in attic! de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct28 00:21 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx - well after sundown here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 19:41 Es ch 2 SW spanish audio about 30 mins ago Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct27 19:21 35.64 Es ? F2? - tone/ASCII pager freq - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 19:12 a little rare to have so much Es in October during the daytime - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 18:34 Es 88.1 KMLV Ralston NE Mark FM29 (24.191.62.59)
Oct27 18:26 No Es noted on FM here. - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Oct27 18:23 Es 92.9 KTGL Beatrice NE Mark FM29 (24.191.62.59)
Oct27 16:53 15:46 That was ch 38 WSQY-LD de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct27 15:56 had some subdecoding 28 & 29 about an hour ago - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 15:48 Es UNID-2 EE Cooking Program - Canada? + offset - weak de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct27 15:46 Tr WSQY-LD Spartanburg SC Informercial - no TSID - New (strong Tr all directions) de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct27 14:47 X2.0 @ 1446 UTC - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct27 14:41 X1 flare up to 1.8 @1440 UTC - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct27 14:35 5dB attenuation on 15 MHz - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct27 14:29 X1 flare and climbing @ 1426 UTC - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct27 09:53 Tr 102.3 KBCE Boyce La (111 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 09:39 received KGAP and did not reveive KEWL - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 09:38 Tr 98.5 KGAP Clarksville Tx (316 mi) (new) KEWL New Boston Tx post wrong. - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 09:30 Tr 98.5 KEWL New Boston Tx (282 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 09:16 Tr 92.9 KTKC Springhill, LA (223 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 08:57 Tr 101.9 KMVX Monroe La (153 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 08:56 Tr 101.9 KMVX Monroe La (153 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 08:45 Tr 96.5 KVKI Shreveport, La (210 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 08:31 Tr 97.3 KQHN Shreveport, La (210 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 08:28 Tr (re-log) 100.7 KGMO - Cape Girardeau, MO 243.3 miles Randy EM69wq (50.165.235.156)
Oct27 08:22 Tr 97.5 KDBH Natchitoches La (146 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 08:07 Tr 94.1 KRLQ Hodge La 156 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 07:59 Tr 102.9 KEZS - Cape Girardeau, MO Randy EM69wq (50.165.235.156)
Oct27 07:58 Tr re-log 98.5 KTJJ - Farmington, MO 273.8 miles - Randy EM69WQ (50.165.235.156)
Oct27 07:26 Tr 99.7 KMJJ Shreveport, La (210 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 07:20 Tr 97.9 KBFB Dallas Tx (369 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 07:04 Tr 93.7 KXKS Shreveport, La (210 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 06:58 Tr 92.9 KOOV Marlin, Tx (346 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 06:45 Tr KCEB-DT-51 Longview, Tx. (255 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 06:35 Tr 100.1 KYBI Lufkin Tx (220 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 06:35 100.1 KYBI Lufkin Tx (220 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 06:03 Tr 95.5 KAFX Diboll, Tx (222 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 05:55 Tr 94.7 KAMX Mix 94.7 Austin Tx (393 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 05:16 Tr 92.3 KETX Livingston Tx (226 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 03:44 for a change, the APRS maps seem to be underestimating what the TV/FM condx are - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 03:44 Tr 98.5 WINL Linden, AL (290 mi, 100kw) - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Oct27 03:37 Tr 92.5 WQST Forest, MS 310 mi - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Oct27 03:36 the largestt spot since Nov 1990 and it can't manage a CME from any of those X flares - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 03:34 Tr 104.1 WDLT Saraland, AL (390 mi) - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Oct27 03:26 Just for the record: Oct 26 @ 1056 UTC - X2 flare with no CME - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct27 03:26 Tr 101.5 WTKX Milton / Pensacola, FL (389 mi) "TK101" w/ House of Hair pgm - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Oct27 03:04 Tr 95.5 KRRQ LA Lafayette (RDS) 389 mi - de WA5IYX EL09ql ST (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 02:58 Tr 101.5 WYNK LA Baton Rouge (442 mi) ID - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 02:51 Tr KALB-DT-35 LA Alexandria (379 mi) - NBC so thot KPRC at first - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 02:44 Tr KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 02:39 Tr KLTL-DT-20 LA Lake Charles (341 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 02:37 Tr some Houston Us decoding, 28 subdecode - Houston FMs in HD - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct27 02:26 Tr XERV-9 Reynosa (466 mi) very weak Mike-LA (24.196.218.27)
Oct27 02:20 Tr 95.3 KXMO Owensville, MO 296 mi, 37 kw - K4NBF EM66 (209.76.161.72)
Oct27 02:04 Tr XHTAM-17 Matamoros (500 mi) in with weak audio here on my scanner - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.105.153.149)
Oct27 00:02 OK, 560 Q, 60 zones, 142 countries (10m: 450, 27, 80) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 23:21 I had a Gonset G28. It only put out 5 watts on 10-M AM. Worked England with it... de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 23:20 Interesting calls for the contest. Just worked 3G1B Chile on 10M (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 23:17 I had a Swan 350 and worked anybody I heard. Drifted a bit but one great radio. I remember working Europe into mid afternoon in 1982. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 23:09 got a used Swan 500 (had been mobile) from AES Milwaukee in Oct '76 - solar min so 15m best for DX - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 23:07 K5KS loaned me his old Viking Adventurer (with VFO) - trouble was only about 2-w from 807 on 28-MHz - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 23:05 Wilson beam has 12' boom (just like the Cushcraft 6m 5-el) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 23:03 TI2OY direct here (s-9 off back) - I'd never get thru the JA pile off bk of beam - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 23:03 I had a TenTec Century 21. I worked the world with it on Novice CW. de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 23:02 My Yagi is a Hustler beam. I got it for CB. As soon as I had a chance to get it from the storage shack at my parents, it went up as a 10M yagi in late Sept 1979. (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 23:01 upgraded to Advanced (and got FCC 1st Comm.Phone) during FCC visit here in May 1977 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 22:59 He almost sounds like backscatter rather than direct. Interesting. de ka5dwi dm34un (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 22:59 The 3-el Wilson 10-m Yagi was $50 in Dec 1977 - had used a dipole from Jul '76 when let us Techs on h.f. Novice bands - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 22:58 Nice to be in Coata Rico. So many JAs I can't work the Caribbean right now. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 22:56 I miss it. Been using an ATV3 vetical since I moved to AZ de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 22:56 an unreal JA pileup on 28.509 for a Costa Rican - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 22:56 I have had it since 1972 (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 22:55 I am putting my old 3-Ele back up when the tower goes up. Was an Ex-4 ele CB Beam de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 22:49 the Alliance U-100 had been up there for 1977 Yagi on telescoping mast since Oct 1992 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 22:45 so a lot of other directions get wkd off the side or back of it these days - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 22:44 nice if I cud get someone to work on/replace rotor on 3-el 10-m Yagi - have to manually pull it with pole to Europe and JA - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 22:41 FT-847 usb - even QRM that high - some Qs over 29.2 - AMers sometimes get irked - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 22:25 What were you operating Pat? AM? 29141 ?? I have done that in the past (am) de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct26 17:27 OK1BP 29141.0 WA5IYX 1530 26 Oct United States - it helps when someone spots you - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 17:19 sometimes 3/min and sometimes 3 min between Qs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 17:18 Ms 88.1 WRJA Sumter, SC RDS PS/PI off side of beam 675 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct26 17:18 1516z-1709z was on 29.140 MHz with a run of over 100 Qs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 17:15 Ms 88.1 KDHX Saint Louis, MO fiddle music / RDS 586 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct26 16:38 Tr WTJP 26 Gadsden AL noted on STB - gone now 376 mi de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct26 15:01 Tr KFDM-DT-25 (180 mi), KITU-DT-33 (285 mi) TX Beaumont, sudec 29 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 14:55 busy on 10m with CQWWDX Phone contest, but KSMB RDS still in - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 13:50 Nice mix of Houston, San Antonio UHFs coming in right now along with KUHT-DT-8 on VHF, going to FM scan now...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct26 13:49 Tr KIBN-LP-14 analog, Lufkin, TX (new) with religious programming...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct26 12:33 a subdecode on DT-51-must be Longview Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct26 12:27 Tr 94.5 KSMB LA Lafayette (RDS) 387 mi - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 12:24 Tr latent KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct26 12:17 Tr KAVU-DT-15 Victoria (303 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct26 12:09 Tr KXAN-DT-21 Austin (320 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct26 11:58 Tr XHOR-14 Matamoros (442 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct26 07:51 16:34--and not much chance for more "season" left. But, I thought one of the Tropo openings this summer was marvelous for you?--Frank M. (184.171.237.254)
Oct26 03:28 GW Enhancement today, Gillette stations coming in on a weak receiver. - Dn64 (65.131.41.108)
Oct26 01:28 Tr XHREY-12 Reynosa trece logo (466 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct26 01:25 Tr XHTAM-17 Matamoros (442 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct26 01:23 Tr XERV-9 Reynosa (466 mi) very weak Mike-LA (24.196.218.27)
Oct25 22:08 http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/one-giant-sunspot-5-substantial-flares/#.VEwfHiLF-So - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct25 19:05 33.9 ems/fire EDT - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.111.216)
Oct25 18:53 X3, X1, M5 flares and NO CME to go with it! Weird or what? > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct25 17:49 10m Euros may recover as sunset progresses along the D-layer for their path - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct25 17:43 earlier I had to go above 29 MHz to get away from the QRM - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct25 17:41 the short (hi-MUF) F2 paths inside the US remain loud - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct25 17:34 not any 20 over 9 Euros there now - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct25 17:31 and its D-layer absorption effects are noticeable on 10-m with the CQWW Phone contest - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct25 17:16 another X-flare - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct25 16:34 I dont know what to say for this years DX'ing. So far the grade is sitting at an F-. LM/FM29 (173.59.33.11)
Oct25 15:53 50-MHz F2 TA - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct25 15:47 F2 muf of 35 mhz Ireland to southern California, hearing PMR in 35 mhz range (86.168.2.122)
Oct25 11:33 test (96.247.181.27)
Oct24 23:50 W2UTH in NY had "injured" his Bearcat by not taking such precautions - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:48 it wasn't very far from my 6m 5-el Yagi so after I got the Swan Mark 6B linear I had to disconnect it from the scanner if using that to avoid injuring the front end - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:43 I'd orginally gotten it for the 28.885 MHz net to save wear on my 3-el 10-m Yagi rotor - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:42 I used an 11-m 5/8ths groundplane on my Bearcats from 1979-1990 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:40 there are several 30-50 MHz outdoor antennas for scanners (often combined with hi-VHF and UHF) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:38 I'd almost expected that some APCs might show up from nearby National Guard Camp Mabry (if they had any) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:37 de KCěLTV EN36us (192.208.52.207)
Oct24 23:37 What's a good antenna for VHF-Lo F2? A 10m vertical? (192.208.52.207)
Oct24 23:35 after a while someone there finally realized that armored cars (lots of banks in Austin) cud be used to rescue the exposed wounded - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:30 but that supressive fire is likely why all of his victims were within the first 30 minutes of the 90-min event - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:28 UT Campus officials were also "disturbed" at just how many civilians there were suddenly returning his fire with rifles - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:25 except for Whitman's wife and mother (killed many hours before he ascended the Tower) all his victims were random strangers - many blocks away - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:22 the really more-graphic views had to wait for the news media to process their film and air it later that day - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:22 Shooter's girlfriend broke up with him after being nominated on Freshmen Homecoming Court. I guess he wanted revenge for that. > Yakima (97.90.83.28)
Oct24 23:19 nothing that graphic - just puffs from the outgoing and incoming shots on that east-facing side of the tower - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:17 KLRN-9 aired live coverage (for well over an hour) of the UT Tower sniper using a camera from the campus studios (see YouTube) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 23:09 Shooter shot/killed a girl and then killed himself...disturbing CNN tape of kids running out of the cafeteria > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct24 23:04 UT held the dubious record for fatalities in a school shooting until VA Tech in Apr 2007 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 22:56 since it was built in the late 1930s until then there had "only" been several suicide jumps from it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 22:55 luckily I'd been up the UT Tower during a Mar 1964 visit to the campus - before it became forever "tainted" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 22:52 you could still see a few bullet impact spots on some campus buildings months later (they had cleaned up any blood with wire brushes the afternoon of the event) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 22:48 the Aug 1966 Whitman slaughter at UT Austin was one week before I moved there (I enrolled mid Sept) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 22:35 I lived 3 miles from this HS briefly in late 2013 (when I was Marysville WA CN88 handle). Hits me hard, not a safe world anymore. http://www.kirotv.com/news/news/police-response-marysville-pilchuck-high-school/nhrKj/ > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct24 22:30 http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/RSGA.txt before the X3 flare - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 22:16 Was watching the eclipse when I noticed smell of something burning and heard crackling and a hiss from my eye sockets ;-) Saul (69.158.32.104)
Oct24 22:01 it was clouded over it for almost the entire first hour (including max) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 21:59 I got 11 video clips amounting to about 7 minutes of the eclipse yesterday - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 21:47 right on time for the CQWW DX Phone contest weekend (like in 2003) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 21:44 AR2192 produced an X3.1 event at 2142 UTC - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct24 20:31 http://www.thesuntoday.org/solar-observations/ar12192-biggest-sunspot-of-two-solar-cycles/ - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct24 19:52 F2 33.42 WQDC703 Orlando - St Margaret's Bay NS Global Tuners (Finndx) (91.153.31.20)
Oct24 17:52 33.9 ems/fire PA - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.111.216)
Oct24 17:43 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx - in-out for a while - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 14:12 F2 spotty 33-MHz n.e. US FDs a little later onset than Thursday - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 00:55 2192 S14W06 247 2740 Fkc 21 58 Beta-Gamma-Delta larger than late Oct 2003 group ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct24 00:02 I might have gotten one like this if I cud've used my RV-6 refractor - http://spaceweathergallery.com/full_image.php?image_name=James-W-Young-Img_2371z_1414103356.jpg&PHPSESSID=gnfmq5jac3uc4hm3inhh1424n1 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 23:55 I may "eventually" put a compiled version of the clips on YouTube - it wud take a long while if edited to tidy up - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 23:53 JVC camcorder with auto exposure with solar disk so low a % of view field tends to wash out any sunspots - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 23:51 got a lot more vid clips of the solar emergence - many with prominent AR2192 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 23:01 [22:23] I have local WLJW on 95.9 - Christian EN64 Manistee, MI (66.227.218.227)
Oct23 22:55 max obscuration by moon here is at 2257z, over by 2352z - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 22:53 now the backyard venue solar view is blocked by trees, wud have to transport tripod, etc to front yard if it breaks thru clouds before sunset - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 22:46 only a few brief clips of solar eclipse right after 1st contact (2157z) - in clouds since - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 22:36 Not else really coming through here-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct23 22:35 Tr 101.7 WPRJ Coleman, MI- weak with Christian Rap 'Radio U' and webstream match-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct23 22:25 Sounded like aircraft or Tr scatter because KISC also came in for a brief peak > Yakima (97.90.83.28)
Oct23 22:24 Who is hard rap on 98.1? Heard it just 10 min ago with this partial eclipse. Maybe KGTM > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct23 22:23 [22:06] Awesome!! That's my local! Try for 95.9 WLKM Three Rivers? They're on the same tower-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct23 22:08 Tr 103.7 WCKY Pemberville, OH with Darius Rucker and match to website. Weak under WXSS. NEW! - Christian EN64 Manistee, MI (66.227.218.227)
Oct23 22:06 Tr 88.5 WGNC Constantine, MI with Christian country. Local WNLI off. NEW! - Christian EN64 Manistee, MI (66.227.218.227)
Oct23 21:43 a partial eclpse with that monster AR2192 there will make for some good images - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 21:42 like these from May 2012 http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/Snapshot%201%20(5-20-2012%2021-59).png http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/Snapshot%201%20(5-20-2012%2022-34).png - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 21:40 have sctd clouds - will try some camcorder footage (40x zoom) with what's left of my Tuthill Solar mylar filter - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 19:10 Tr 88.7 WIAA Interlochen, MICHIGAN Classical Mx cx good to NW as well!! de ROB VA3sW EN92 (99.248.242.128)
Oct23 18:55 Tr Most Northern Michigan's in Gaylord, Petosky, Traverse City etc..May get better later I hope!! de ROB VA3SW EN92 (99.248.242.128)
Oct23 18:54 Tr 104.3 CJQM Sault Ste. Marie, ONT. RELOG "Country 104.3 in touch with the Soo" ID. Soo Ads Blasting in!! C/W Music de Rob-VA3SW ON EN92 (99.248.242.128)
Oct23 17:11 http://giro.uml.edu/IonogramMovies/ Alpena, MI there with digisonde now - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 16:37 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 16:03 looks like it lasted 1505-1540z - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 15:58 been some 6m F2 paths from New England to Portugal - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 14:49 F2 @ 40 mhz here in Ireland to US (109.149.205.179)
Oct23 14:48 F2 MUF of 40 mhz to US here in Ireland, 40.67 SNOTEL just popped up (109.149.205.179)
Oct23 13:47 test (73.178.107.134)
Oct23 13:39 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs begin early - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 11:56 Thick fog this morning and good tropo ~250 miles away. Overslept this morning so I did no bandscan. DanEM74 mobile (107.77.90.115)
Oct23 11:28 php version of this page was good because every message entry was automatically wrapped to fit the phone display without the need of scrolling manually left and right - Finndx (91.153.31.20)
Oct23 11:26 tvfmlog.html version is working but it isn't as good for mobile phone use because all message entries are unwrapped lines, you need to scroll the page left and right in addition to up and down - Finndx (91.153.31.20)
Oct23 11:25 tvfmlog.php version of this page stopped working yesterday. Getting only "404 Not Found" error now - Finndx (91.153.31.20)
Oct23 04:07 I ought to compose a by-day sum matrix/graph for October like I have for May-Jul - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 04:05 I guess that we can perhaps credit it as an aftermath of the Orionids :) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 04:02 some rather late-hour Es the past two nights over the same area - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct23 03:23 Es 95.3 KMGZ OK Lawton - Nick W2NJL FM29 (76.117.246.125)
Oct23 03:23 I'm also hearing a very strong 10 meter beacon in EM69 (wa4otd/b) at 267 miles. No 6 meter signals heard, though. Strange. Wes ke4twi (72.105.79.252)
Oct23 03:21 Es 93.1 WDRQ "Nash FM" heard, brief E flare up or MS, not sure- Wes ke4twi em66 TN (72.105.79.252)
Oct23 03:12 Es 94.9 KOLI TX Electra RDS - Nick W2NJL FM29 (76.117.246.125)
Oct23 00:47 2192 S12E06 248 2700 Fkc 20 55 Beta-Gamma-Delta - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 22:15 have wkf VP8 a few times in last 25 years http://www.qsl.net/w/wa5iyx/50mhzdx.htm - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 21:55 Major 6m opening to South America - nice! de N8UUP Bill EN82 (68.42.119.65)
Oct22 21:32 BTW kd5esv worked Falkland Is a number of minutes ago. I haven't worked them in 20 years (24.116.70.149)
Oct22 21:30 Pray for solar flux around 220 to get things thrilling... i hope and hope (24.116.70.149)
Oct22 21:29 Radio blackouts ..yes. Geomagnetic storms would be limited de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct22 21:28 I hope not. There are no coronal holes with the region so no big CMEs to produce Aurora conditions de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct22 21:15 http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/forecasts/wwv/1022wwv.txt - more X flares to come ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 20:57 DX Maps frozen at 2039z for the moment - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 20:51 IIRC, those digisondes are F2 MUF(3000 km) so the 4000 km path would be higher - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 20:49 I think that they were in here via F2 during that Nov 2013 magstorm - too loud for Es - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 20:47 The TX, MA and FL digisondes read F2 MUF's from 37.5-41MHz today. I have seen 6M F2 when they reach 45 MHz. Still hoping.. de ka5dwi dm34un (24.116.70.149)
Oct22 20:42 33.42 WQDC703 Orlando. Nice IDs and wx - Tucson AZ Globaltuners (Finndx) (91.153.31.20)
Oct22 20:36 nice to have US land "targets" at 2400-mi range 1-hop F2 vs here at 1800 mi (so lower MUF) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 20:28 http://giro.uml.edu/IonogramMovies/ gud foF2s on these for N America - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 19:29 I'm hearing EWTN programming on 31.22 MHz on Tucson Globaltuners as well - Finndx (91.153.31.20)
Oct22 19:28 Now hearing 42 MHz carriers de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 19:18 F2 39.24 MHz State of Maryland HP de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 19:14 Hearing 39 MHz carriers de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 19:06 Odd.....31.22 MHz AM is EWTN programming....harmonic of 15610 kHz broadcast? de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 17:55 http://www.qsl.net/w/wa5iyx/KCA305-1949.txt - hope I fixed all the OCR typos in it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 17:47 amazing detail in that Jun 1949 news story on KCA305 in Maine - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 17:26 Much more 30 and 31 MHz traffic today than I can remember....surprised to hear so many transportation companies still using those freqs de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 17:21 I'll upload a cleaner "translation" of that OCR text later - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 17:01 egads, they were around early http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/8935985/ (OCR section) ! - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 16:55 unlike now http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?fccCallsign=KGA859 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 16:53 I may have loggings of them dating back to 1967-69 (KCA305, etc) - vy difficult to get call lists back then - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 16:51 long while since I've caught any on F2 here - Maine used to have several hydroelectric systems on there - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 16:49 ah, yes, those 37-MHz utility (gas, electric, water) freqs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 16:41 F2 33.42 MHz WA Samammish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 16:41 http://spaceweather.com/ still no CME - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 16:21 F2 37.58 KGA859 PA de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 16:17 F2 now up to 37 MHz de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 16:15 TV-2 vids in and out on Es.....35 MHz F2 in as well de AC7XP (68.225.222.74)
Oct22 15:50 http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/xray_1m.html X-flare - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 14:55 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs spotty for a while - DX Summit site wkg agn - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 13:11 test (173.209.212.202)
Oct22 02:39 I actually mean more like "I guess if a superbox existed that would identify this stuff..." Frank M. (184.171.237.254)
Oct22 02:37 [Oct18 03:43 I have subdecodes on 17,40,41,46 and 49 towards FL... Mike-La.] I guess if anybody had a "superbox" to identify this stuff, somebody would be using one by now--Frank M. EN40 (184.171.237.254)
Oct22 02:34 Es into FM - WPFF-90.5 Sturgeon Bay WI RDS 898 mi de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct22 02:21 Es north - Canada ch 3- CTV & ch 2+ CTV also 6m beacons noted from KS/NE/QC de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct22 01:29 Es 67.250 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 01:16 for the last 10 mins my ch 2 has a FORO logo LR Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct22 01:16 I think that almost all of the SAmerican nitetime 6m TE (fluttery stuff) here in all my Cycles (20-24) has been Es linked - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 01:13 Es one of the Ch 2s is a Net 5 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 01:13 F2 - Es links always fun, been the conditions bringing DX here this whole cycle peak except April 15, 2014 seems to be only pure F2 - kw4rz (98.183.56.14)
Oct22 01:10 thnx Pat.. 67.250 and occasional 77.250 still in here - KW4RZ EM60 (98.183.56.14)
Oct22 01:08 Es bmg s.e. semi-jumble Ch 2 on WinTV v.6 with captured SS audio NOT the 59.76 beisbol - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 01:06 Es my 55.26/59.76 SS beisbol - mutterings about Habana and Cuba - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 01:04 (full power) low-VHF ZL/VK TV is no more - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 01:01 The "Click here to submit a TvFm Log Report from a Separate Window!" option pulls up an error whenever I type anything into it. I will be using this for the time being --DanEM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Oct22 01:00 spent at least 30 of the 50 minutescalling CQ west indies with not 1 single QSO - kw4rz (98.183.56.14)
Oct22 01:00 He spent more time saying "no dupes" than actually working USA, was in for 50 minutes. Reached 5x9 a few times and I never worked him. Every report he gave was 1/4 of what he received - kw4rz (98.183.56.14)
Oct22 01:00 Test DanEM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Oct22 00:58 Does anyone know if there is still 45 & 46 MHz TV in New Zealand , Australia? - kw4rz (98.183.56.14)
Oct22 00:56 wkd FK8CP 10-09-2011 cw, since he has a "no dupe" policy I've left him alone since - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 00:53 Es 59.760 sports SS - gud audio on PRO-2004 nfm - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 00:53 Es up to TV5 video, FK8CP fading, wasted a 5x9 event calling CQ caribbean with not a single QSO there - kw4rz em60 (98.183.56.14)
Oct22 00:43 2192 S14E19 248 2410 Fkc 20 66 Beta-Gamma-Delta wonder when last that large - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 00:41 Es 55.26 potent on FT-847 and PRO-2004 scanner - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 00:39 the extra flux makes for more regular E-region density, but still need the wind shears to vertically compress that into Es - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 00:38 Es XEWO-2 Guadalajara-New Masvision logo UR (957 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct22 00:36 doubt AR2192 influencing Es much, can credit it for the extra F2 ionization, SFI nr 200 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 00:35 Es TV3 Net 5 logo LR Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct22 00:34 Es TV2 SW looked like Teleactiva logo then net 2 logo Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct22 00:32 Pat can sunspot AR2192 be causing these recent short Es events? - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct22 00:11 Es sounds like all three offsets for Ch 2 in here tho Ch 3 prob just XHPN tropo - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct22 00:08 as far and wide as he's heard I've got to wonder what's his ERP - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 23:49 Es TV2 Mexico FK8CP on 50.110 up to 5x8 and cant copy me :-/ - KW4RZ EM60 (98.183.56.14)
Oct21 23:36 muf ch. 5 (98.215.171.152)
Oct21 23:35 Es SS-2 de Jeff-K1MOD W-IL EN40 (98.215.171.152)
Oct21 19:57 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx - 1905z maybe 37.34 US - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 18:54 pix of AR2192, largest of Cycle 24, http://spaceweather.com/ - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 16:33 Es XEFE-2 Nuevo Larado, TM de Jeff-K1MOD W-IL EN40 (98.215.171.152)
Oct21 16:09 the OH8X site (DX Summit) has been down for several hours - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 16:07 F2 33-MHz n.e. US FDs in for a while - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 16:06 Tr latent KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi) - still tickling DTT901 - de WA5IYX EL09ql (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 15:48 Es XEFB-2 "Teleactiva" Monterrey de Jeff-K1MOD W-IL EN40 (98.215.171.152)
Oct21 15:46 Es multi ch. 2s to XE de Jeff-K1MOD W-IL EN40 (98.215.171.152)
Oct21 14:06 Es - weak noted on ch 2 (all 3 offsets)/3/4/5 from south de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct21 01:10 that solar region is 4x the min for naked-eye http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/SRS.txt - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 01:04 or maybe was intermod at Galm Rd TL site - cud hr on PRO-2004 and FT-847 a bit - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 00:49 some crazy intermod on WinTV v,6 of 88.3 and 89.1, but is delay vs 89.1 ?? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 00:43 EE sounds like a history/political documentary - weird pgm - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 00:39 Es 59.75 sometimes EE - CATV egress ? or XE running US film ? - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 00:38 Es TV4 weak Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct21 00:38 00:33- trece logo UR Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct21 00:33 Es TV2 west weak Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct21 00:12 Es 55.25 "gurlgler", 61.25 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct21 00:06 Es now upto CH-5/6 video/spanish audio ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Oct20 23:53 Es CH-2 Audio 59.740 Spanish ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Oct20 23:31 Es CH-2 55.240 S9+ no audio yet. ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Oct20 22:22 Es - weak ch 2 - south - UNID Mexico network logo LR de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct20 21:59 I see the window for posting links is gone - it wasn't working Sunday - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct20 21:59 Anyone getting any Au on FM/TV? Could see the northern lights depending on how clear it is this evening. Don't think it will clear up in my location this evening! L34 near Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. (24.138.174.212)
Oct20 21:42 [21:01] Thanks, Bob. I also notice the BCB page has been getting some odd "test" messages lately. Maybe potential spammers? -- Rick in South Omaha EN21af (174.71.92.177)
Oct20 21:01 Es Going to add radio buttons to click as a temporary fix to slow down the spammers. Checking logs, am getting way too many attacks, more than one per minute on the whole site. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Oct20 21:00 Going to add radio buttons to click as a temporary fix to slow down the spammers. Checking logs, am getting way too many attacks, more than one per minute on the whole site. Bob-Nj Fn20 (73.178.107.134)
Oct20 19:06 registration and sign-in to post (like on DX Map site) would eliminate mni problems - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct20 16:12 F2 33-MHz US ne FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct20 16:14 updated from last July http://www.qsl.net/w/wa5iyx/2014tvdx.htm - de WA5IYX by (69.152.228.206)
Oct19 19:45 no evidence of any CME from that X1 flare - that far east on the sun it would have most likely missed Earth anyway - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct19 19:35 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct19 15:38 TA F2 ? VO1VCE 50036.0 CS5BALG/B GN37OL<>IM67AH 55/56 w/qsb 1236 19 Oct Portugal - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct19 14:11 F2 spotty 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct19 08:44 some new youtube videos of my older DX catches the links to the videos are here -amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 http://forums.wtfda.org/showthread.php?9303-Florida-Tropo-on-10-09-2014-and-older-Tropo-catches (68.108.234.125)
Oct19 08:44 some new youtube videos of my older DX catches the links to the videos are here http://forums.wtfda.org/showthread.php?9303-Florida-Tropo-on-10-09-2014-and-older-Tropo-catches (68.108.234.125)
Oct19 05:14 x-flare from group - de WA5IYX http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/xray_1m.html (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 23:09 XHFMTU-FM Monterrey Mx from Thursday night - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 http://forums.wtfda.org/showthread.php?9298-Monster-Tropo-10-17-2014-OR-Let-s-Play-Gulf (68.108.234.125)
Oct18 22:08 just glad that there are plenty of low-VHF left who have not yet migrated to 800-MHz trunking - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 22:06 not as gigantic as it was back in the 1970s when all of W1-3 would be in here for it - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 22:03 F2 fairly raucous 33-MHz pile of n.e. US FDs doing their "6-pm" tests - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 21:15 and if it even burps out a CME then it all depends on how negative of a Bz is strikes Earth with - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 21:12 they have it as a beta-gamma mag class - now IF it can stay that way until it reaches the solar meridian - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 20:44 That's a massive sunspot. If that sunspot emits a CME at Earth we are looking at major auroral cx. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct18 19:57 large emerging sunspot - de WA5IYX http://spaceweather.com/ (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 17:49 33.9 edt ems/FD - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.111.216)
Oct18 16:05 F2 33-MHz US ne FDs (late turning on PRO-163) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 15:00 Ms 88.5 WBOJ Lumpkin, GA RDS PI 823 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct18 14:58 Ms 105.9 WOCL DeLand, FL several bursts //stream 1013 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct18 13:36 04:30-probably right am Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct18 06:05 They may have been on for a longer amount of hours back in the 90s however, I need to get some old Passport to World Band Radio books from that decade and see. > Yakima (97.90.83.28)
Oct18 06:04 Polish Radio External Service used to be on shortwave beamed to northern and western Europe, for about 2 or 3 hours a day. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct18 05:18 Tr WEAR-DT-17 Mobile Alabama (184 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct18 04:34 and your subdecodes on 46 may be low power KLAF-LP-DT-46 Lafayette, La (68.108.234.125)
Oct18 04:30 Pat & Mike-La, subdecodes on 17 & 27 may be WEAR-DT-17 & WKRG-DT-27 both Mobile Al Mobile Al - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct18 04:29 Tr KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 03:43 I have subdecodes on 17,40,41,46 and 49 towards FL for the last 30 mins-always a chance these are coming in from the backside tho Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct18 03:34 er, 659 mi on that there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 03:33 Tr 94.9 WKSJ AL Mobile (695 mi) ID - making me wonder what subdecodes 17 and 27 are - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 03:23 seems that Hurricane eye went over Bermuda - 100+ mph gusts on both sides of it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 03:20 my one and only XHAW-12 05-03-1971 0055 tr - KSAT-12 hr being the problem - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 03:13 90.3 in-state tropo here is usually Corpus (NPR), Natalia (SS), or Jacksonville (gospel) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 03:09 Other than audio from ch 4-thats all that came in from SW Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct18 03:08 Yeah thats prob who I had at 17:01 Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct18 03:06 thought that it might have been them - I didn't jot it down, but it had to be after 0430z - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 02:45 XHAW-12 earlier Mike-La https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3GJjNS3Zsg (24.196.218.27)
Oct18 02:35 [1804] Your 90.3 was KEDM Monroe, LA with World Radio Network. 0300z/10PM CT should be "News from Poland" time - relayed from the Polish Radio External Service. Right now WRN North America has KBS World Radio in English. > Yakima CN96 (97.90.83.28)
Oct18 02:26 Tr XHAW-12 Multimedios logo UR Monterrey NL (580 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct18 02:00 Bermuda will only see how bad that it really was after daylight comes there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct18 01:42 Tr ch 12 Sw too weak to ID Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct18 01:05 just lost said live stream (107.5.231.10)
Oct18 00:43 Bermuda must not be that bad off right now, i'm streaming hott 107.5 right now JJ in EN82 / EN82 (107.5.231.10)
Oct17 22:54 Some of our LPDTVs here can't even manage to set/keep the time/date correct in their PSIP never mind handle an EPG - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 22:23 That's been happening on some of the channels up here as well the past few weeks, like KWTX-10 out of Waco...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct17 22:00 They've been having problems with it for some while, often it'd be blinking rapidly between the proper display and thar default - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 21:53 our KWEX's EPG has defaulted to the annoying "Regularly Scheduled Program" (in 3-hr blocks) on all subs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 18:34 checking 94.3 (for Marathon, FL) only has Kerrville and Yoakum swapping in the adjacent slop from KTFM - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 18:30 over the decades I've had a couple of instances with just Key West FMs in here on tropo w/o any mainland FL (but none at 18z) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 18:25 Hepburn map suggests most of my long tropo paths into Gulf end there (maybe reach Key West ?) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 18:04 I had a weird unID last nite on 90.3 with "News from Poland" in EE - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 17:20 Tropo then became less strong towards Houston and points east, and seemed to shift to DFW and Lufkin/Nacogdoches area...Jack, Austin TX (107.77.80.107)
Oct17 17:17 Stale tropo report from late last night, KATC-DT-28 Lafayette, LA did make it in briefly around 0445 utc...Jack, Austin TX (107.77.80.107)
Oct17 17:02 correction Reynosa (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 17:01 Tr Ch 12 SW weak-prob Matamoros Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 16:28 amazing that APRS with trans-Gulf paths persisting this late in day - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 07:27 Tr 106.5 KQXL LA New Roads (BR ads Q106) 451 mi - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 07:15 Tr 90.7 KLSA LA Alexandria (388) RDS - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 06:57 Tr 93.1 KQID LA Alexandria (409 mi) RDS - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 06:37 My first post here in ages. I'm in Albuquerque right now. In five weeks gone, I see almost nothing I missed--Frank M. (97.119.143.223)
Oct17 06:36 [05:38] It does well with that! Once I even got Marked Tree AR (370 miles class A) by knocking out cochannel KSD-93.7 100kw 150 miles SAME DIRECTION, with that box--Frank M. EN40/western IL (97.119.143.223)
Oct17 06:33 besides nulling down CCI, the Box will also bring up an uncontested signal by twiddling its two knobs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 06:26 Tr 92.7 WBKL LA Clinton (459 mi) K-Love - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 06:17 it also often comes in handy to knock down the HD sidebands of locals in these tropo events - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 06:14 right now KSMB is so dominant that I have to use the Bolin Box to knock it down to hear Houston - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:56 if 93.7 Austin had had a decent signal when doing that vid it would have shown well - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:52 Tr WVUE-DT-29 NOLA (519 mi) finally decoded - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:49 a sample of it in action (don't why vid goes fuzzy after c. 12 sec) - de WA5IYX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vqTtSOGVFo (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:45 it'll knock down a semi-local mni db and permit something otherwise buried to come thru - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:45 Shreveport La. FM's starting to come in strong here now. off to get some sleep now. - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 05:38 pat, does that bolin helps with co channel and pulling a very weak signal away from a strong signal? - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 05:28 Tr 96.5 KPEL LA BREAUX BRIDGE 398 mi (RDS, Bolin box pulled out under Houston HD) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:18 Tr KRVS 88.7 LA Lafayette (377 mi) HD - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:15 Tr 95.3 KQKI LA Bayou Vista (439 mi) ID - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:11 Tr 101.5 WYNK LA Batn Rouge (442 mi) ID - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:02 Tr 102.9 KAJN LA Crowley RDS (375 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 05:00 Tr 96.9 KZMZ LA Alexandia (379 mi) ID ads wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 04:56 Tr 93.9 KMXH LA Alexandria ads - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 04:52 Tr KRRQ 95.5 LA Lafayette (389 mi) Q95.5 ads - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 04:49 Tr 99.9 KTDY LA Lafayette (412 mi) ads, 99.1 KXKC LA New Iberia (412 mi) Acadiana - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 04:45 Tr 106.9 KHPT Houston Tx (259 mi) (RDS with 3 bars) - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 04:40 Tr KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi, KSMB 94.5 LA Lafayette (RDS) 387 mi - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 04:37 Tr 105.3 KSMG San Antonio Tx (446 mi) (new) (Full RDS ID with two bars) - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 04:36 Tr KLTL-DT-20 LA Lake Charles (341 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 04:28 Tr 103.7 XHFMTU Monterrey MX (649 mi) (new) (Full RDS ID with two bars) - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 04:06 Will do a brief FM scan before going to sleep here...nothing further out than Houston on TV right now. Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct17 04:05 Even KUHT-DT-8 coming in on VHF though am using the Clearstream 5 hi-VHF antenna but aimed north for Waco reception...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct17 04:04 Houston DTVs coming in with a vegeance up here right now, strongest in the past 2-3 months...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct17 02:53 yeah it needs to move north a bit (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:51 aprs maps showing some long Gulf Troop from rio grande of Texas to. Florida right now. - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 02:47 hope there's some good Troop tomorrow night for us to DX - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 02:45 thanks am-you probably won't miss much Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:44 Tr KORO-DT-27 Corpus Cristi (367 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:44 Mike-La, congrats on receiving some Troop tonight. I can't Dx tonight.have to get up early for work. - amfmtvdtvbrla. EM40 (68.225.96.4)
Oct17 02:31 S.A. coming in very strong now Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:31 a bit of a surprise here Pat-not much, but it's something Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:28 Tr KAVU-DT-15 Victoria (303 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:23 Tr KENS-DT-39 San Antonio (359 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:20 Tr KGBT-DT-31 Harlington (443 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 02:18 Tr KNVO-DT-49 McAllen (456 mi) Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct17 01:54 I'm not even getting Houston Us at subdecode levls here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 01:53 On the other hand, W238BH (95.5) currently in Kendallville, IN began it's life as a 10 watt Family Radio xltr in Orland, IN, so I didn't count it as new when it moved to Kendallville-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct17 01:51 Does the RG Valley really have trans-Gulf ducting like APRS is showing ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct17 01:51 [23:40] Locally, 92.7 WQTX Charlotte, MI became 92.9 WLMI Grand Ledge, MI--- 92.5 W223AE Battle Creek became 92.3 W222BB-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct16 23:45 nearing sundown here and 33.42 Samammish still stopping the PRO-163 scanner - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 23:40 KILA 95.5 Las Vegas moved to 90.5 (later became KSOS), but only counted the 90.5 as new as the "new" 95.5 c&w just took the over "old" KILA xmtr/ant - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 23:37 can't count as new when existing ongoing TLs might swap calls - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 23:35 decades ago Laredo's 92.7 moved to 94.9 - after years another 92.7 there came on (so counted as new) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 21:41 [14:44] Freq change is new for me. Only affected one of my stations so far - Christian EN63 mobile (166.137.101.150)
Oct16 21:40 Tr 100.7 WOBE Crystal Falls, MI in with local ads and mention of Norway and Iron Mountain - Christian EN63 mobile (Whitehall, MI) (166.137.101.150)
Oct16 20:52 You can also do some bonus DX on 93.9 if the new station which displaced KDGS hasn't came to the air yet-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct16 20:51 [14:44] KDGS at 93.5 would totally be considered a new station-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct16 19:15 33.9 edt ems/FD - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.109.194)
Oct16 18:34 F2 33.42 WA Samammish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 18:28 F2 spotty 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 15:03 I've even had a few local/area ones who actually drifted off freq (by more than 100 kHz) that were recounted as new - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 14:59 a freq change is considered to be a new station - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct16 14:44 Tr 93.5 KDGS Andover KS "Power 93.5" (149 km/93 mi) - previously heard on 93.9 (137 km/85 mi) - can I count this as a new station? - RNA EM16g. (166.147.72.42)
Oct15 23:51 the dry air here today resulted in a 36F swing between the hi and low temps - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 16:32 F2 33.42 WA Sammamish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 16:31 more on that recent long-duration flare - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://spaceweather.com/ (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 16:25 33.9 edt ems - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.109.194)
Oct15 15:44 F2 spotty 33-MHz n.e. US FDs - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 02:41 OK, tnx, that's about the range from here to NYC (a "difficult" distance zone for Es) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 00:44 RE 22:16 Hi Pat range to fort Collins is aprox 1550 miles....de wa4ukx em84 (71.85.7.30)
Oct15 00:12 BTW, rebooting this (after Task Manager showed 98% memory use) did reactivate the Real Audio player - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 00:10 on my raw TV-DX long (Steno pad) I need to use "look back" on here to determine the date for a Jul/Aug one event - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 00:06 but, first, I need to update my 2014 TV-DX log so that it can be properly compared to recent years for Sept-Oct tropo here - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct15 00:04 I used to save the old (small) APRS maps when they had good tropo for here - yes, the past couple of months seem sub-par here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 23:43 3-4 yrs ago it was fairly often Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct14 23:42 16:12- Pat have you ever seen such a lackluster tropo pattern lasting this long down here? Rarely do I ever see red for this area on the maps anymore Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct14 22:27 but I didn't notice the WWV-25 2nd harmonic (milliwatts ?) on 50-MHz Es until when later back here - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 22:25 when at the GB Hill DoC field site near Boulder-Longmont I could hear all the WWV outlets on ground wave there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 22:22 even in weak Cycle 20 I'd often note it on the 34-MHz image spot of my Allied A-2586 (4.5-MHz i.f., osc low) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 22:20 however, near the solar cycle peaks it can be in on F2 (implying some rather high transcon MUFs) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 22:18 being some 800+ miles from here (resurected) WWV-25 is usually an Es path - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 22:16 F2 MUFs on a given path can be sharper than 100 kHz - what's ur range to Ft. Collins ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 22:14 M flares from beyond east limb - de WA5IYX http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/RSGA.txt (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 22:05 33.9 edt ems - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.109.194)
Oct14 22:04 i have a receiver just for WWV 25 mhz it's on 24/7....comes in when 10m and 12m seen dead...de....wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Oct14 22:01 Been listening to WWV on 25 mhz the past 6 months it seems to defy normal propagation modes I hear it when nothing is on 10m I've got more questions than answers on this.....de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Oct14 21:47 and a bit of a magstorm as well - de WA5IYX http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/mag_3d.html (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 21:45 a long-duration M flare going on - de WA5IYX http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/xray_1m.html (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:59 F2 33.42 WA Sammamish wx (wish more of these around) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:53 so, if 15 days of WWV per C90 that works out to over 24 of them per year - vastly more than my VHF DX ones - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:49 if WWV msg 45 sec (longer were truncated on air) then about 60 (or 7 and a fraction days) per side of a C90 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:34 I copied those from the Atari 5.25" floppies to IBM 3.5" floppies (long story), but the IBM one with the Mar 1989 magstorm on it wont read now :( - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:31 in 1992 with a 386-SX-16 and 2400-bd modem it still took me 2 min - finally SWbell as an ISP in Jan 1997 and no more night-rate LD calls to Boulder BBS - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:27 I started in Feb 1989 (Atari 300bd modem then) getting daily their RSGA, SRS, and SGAS files from their BBS (5 minutes) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:24 sometimes I had to use the LD # there for "fills" (suction cup magnetic pickup) - I only quit taping those c. 2000 when I signed up for their e-mail updates - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:20 when they started updating the KBo every 3 hrs (vs 6) in Oct 1980 it became a real strain to try to get as mni as possible - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:18 there are a chunk of them (1971-79) of the WWV propcasts (they began voice msgs of those in mid 1971 when I was in Boulder) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:15 the r-to-r tapes are kept in old shoeboxes (using masking tape as labels) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:13 just look at the Hepburn maps and see how often the gradient color bands drop off by this area - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 16:12 the TX coast is a world unto itself vs us here at c. 120 mi inland when it comes to tropo - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 14:32 Dismal Tropo season so far here near Philly, some good openings but only 4 so far worth anything this fall. LM/FM29 (173.59.33.11)
Oct14 14:31 Hey Pat, ru seeing any tropo this AM. I notice lots of radar echoes along the coast. Quiet in AZ de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 14:20 And it is a TEAC. I also have a old external Video to Computer interface was analog TV there is left this winter or spring Es (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 14:15 It cost $5 from a Habitat For Humanity thrift store. (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 14:14 I recently bought a dual cassette deck player a recorder for my mid 80s Pioneer stereo system. (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 14:12 Impressive library. My recorded cassettes and VHS tapes are lost or buried. I have a few computer recordings on the SWOT group and a desktop de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 14:10 I should have kept the YL's reel2reel when we got married. All I had were my cassette recorders and a 8-Track recorder :) (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:59 with RDS/HD instant gratification I eat up a lot fewer C90s these days - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:57 list of my 1968-1975 reel-to-reel VHF DX tapes - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/vhfrrdx6875.txt (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:55 I spent more time listening to the AM broadcast band. The AM radio in my pinto was pretty darn good. (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:53 I probably hear a few of those driving down the highway between work, home, play and college back then in Houston de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:51 Unfortunately, later software requirements made it not so good, and the board and drive went bad. (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:50 index of a C60 with things dubbed from r-to-r - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/FM3-C60.txt (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:49 It did have an excellent Dell Win 98 desktop that recorded a few openings around 2000-2003. It had a great audio interface and controls (Creative) (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:44 I later dubbed the audio back to a C90 - I had to leave the 872 run as it had 7-sec delay to start recording - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:42 and during one FM Es event a unit failed and I had to quickly route the audio to the Emerson 872 VCR and use a T-120 with a blank screen for vid - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:40 at least once the C60/90 tape got into the "wrong" unit - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:39 One got taken in a meeting, two in a garage sale. Miss them all. Computer recordings are a hassle cause you have to be ready and stop there interfaces (ie rigblaster) (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:38 much of the 1979-2000 period I had two active units - one for VHF DX and the other for getting the WWV propcasts at 18 after - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:36 I have a couple of tapes hiding in a box somewhere in this new house. :) My 2M Es QSO NTX-NH is on one. de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:35 I must have worn out well over a dozen cassette recoder units since 1979 - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 13:34 It was nice to be a young executive in a big company so I could use it for other reasons hi hi. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 13:31 I use to record my openings with either a Dictaphone or a Panasonic. They had VOX capabilities. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 03:47 That 1968 r-to-r machine was ostensibly gotten to help with my Russian courses at UT Austin but soon found plenty of other uses :> - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 03:44 I got my first cassette audio recorder in 1975 but stuck with reels as cheaper than C60s/C90s - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 03:42 So from that era they all have to be "speed adjusted" in Wavepad so as to not sound like Munchkins - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 03:40 the 73-79 tapes are problematical as the RS r-to-r machine slowed from 1-7/8 ips over those years - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 03:39 then I can think about making literally thousands of more audio clips from them and the r-to-r tapes back to the early 70s - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 03:37 if I ever again enough "tranquil" time I 'll review the FM C90s for 2013-2014 and finalize the logs and station count data - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct14 03:23 You are the only ones making an excellent attempt in ID'ing possibilities of propagation. de ka5dwi dm34un (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 03:22 I put together a Propagation Page on the SWOT Homepage and linked you guys. http://swotrc.net/SWOT_Propagation_Page.htm (24.116.70.149)
Oct14 03:21 Hi Pat, That same front eliminated chances in AZ today, but it looks better there. de art ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct13 18:59 Ms 93.1 KQID Alexandria, LA- short burst with Taylor Swift 'Shake' and song match-- 814 miles-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct13 18:24 details on that incident - de WA5IYX http://www.ksat.com/content/pns/ksat/news/2014/10/13/2-alarm-fire-reported-at-se-side-church.html (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 18:21 as is, the SAFD has been a couple of hours at a church fire (metal building) with the wind - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 18:19 it'd calmed down by the time that it got to here othewise I'd probably be picking up some debris (other than leaves) around here - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 17:33 Pat: We had the 60mph winds with the same cold front yesterday. ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Oct13 17:23 Tues morning lows here are forecasted to be in the low 50sF- de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 17:21 anyway, no ducting to be concerned with here for a while as a cold front passage this morning with north winds 20-30 mph now - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 17:08 and, if any "special" launches were made, they would not likely be in the relatively stable/tranquil conditions that favor ducting - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:59 with those profiles only regularly taken at 00z and 12z some of the rapid-change details are missed - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:57 IOW, what was a local ground-effective duct during night changed to an elevated duct in the day - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:55 those Stuve plots made me rethink it as due to the land-portion inversion simply going to higher ASL with daylight heating, etc - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:51 while the Gulf segment maintained itself and the ends reformed soon after sundown - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:48 with the ends of the ducts over land (which heats/cools more rapidly than water) I used to think that in daytime those ends "burned off" - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:44 since no one (regularly) releases radiosondes over the Gulf I've always assumed that ducting across it is at a few thousand ft ASL - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:41 Very thorough presentation, Art. Surprised at strong T-storms with low upper-level winds - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct13 16:37 Forgot El Paso is 362.6 km from me. ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Oct13 16:35 We notice the same on 2 meters between Albuquerque and El Paso. Problem is some one on the other end. Everyone has dissapeared from 2 meter prop testing. Ed N5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Oct13 14:05 Hi Pat and all. For your reading enjoyment. Search for Tropo in AZ de art ka6dwi dm34un http://propnet-studies.blogspot.com/2014/10/finding-tropo-enhancement-in-place-that.html (24.116.70.149)
Oct13 12:19 1 -1' (49.48.161.217)
Oct13 12:19 -1' 1 (49.48.161.217)
Oct13 11:26 Tr 107.7 WRKR Portage, MI with Steely Dan. Kind of a surprise to hear Steely Dan on RKR - Christian EN64 mobile (198.228.228.171)
Oct13 05:13 ok thanks Jack. wish we had stronger Tropo conditions tonight - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct13 05:09 Only the Houston channels and a few Houston FMs strong enough to trigger HD lock, nothing further east right now. Jack, Austin TX (107.77.80.107)
Oct13 04:20 Tropo on TV & FM bands dead here right now except for 50 to 60 mi in state Tropo - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct13 04:17 hi Jack, anything at subdecode levels to your east? - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct13 03:28 Some Houston UHF DTV stations decoding now--KETH, KRIV and KUBE at the moment...Jack, Austin TX (107.77.80.107)
Oct12 23:20 Wonder why my RealAudio pgm has quit - it had been working OK with this "new" Win 8.1 OS - I don't feel like rebooting to see if that's a "cure" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct12 23:05 Commercials for the holidays are starting... way too early. Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Oct12 16:36 Perhaps off line for updating? -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct12 16:35 Yep same message here Jon -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct12 16:33 It says "Web application could not be started" here - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Oct12 16:29 Ms 88.1 KMLV Ralston, NE RDS Pi: bogus WAD 756 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct12 16:28 Ms 88,1 KDHX Saint Louis, MO RDS PI 586 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct12 16:24 WTFDA FM Database that is -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct12 16:17 Anyone else having trouble accessing WTFDA Database? -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct12 16:10 I wonder how mni out there have their PIs set to that KWI ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct12 16:03 Ms 88.1 KOIA Storm Lake, IA RDS PS: KOIA / PI: bogus KWI, previous Es 682 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct12 14:36 our 95.1 w/o its HD - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/Picture_406.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 17:40 33.42 FL wx in/out - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.109.194)
Oct11 17:21 KSTX has a highly-successful SCA (easily seen on SDR#) so I didn't expect the to use RDS - de WA5IYX http://www.owlradio.org/sca.html (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 17:06 and our KSTX doing same (maybe they got their encoders from the same vendor with the same PI default setting) - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/Picture_404.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 17:03 our KPAC with its new RDS and bogus PI - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/Picture_405.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 17:00 our KGMM-CD-24 from last weekend - for some reason since seems at subdecode levels here - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/20141005-024804-1.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 14:22 sferics and deluges - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://sanantonio.justweather.com/radar/?default=true#position=37 (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 05:18 Houston dominating Us now, FMs in HD - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 04:21 WVLA was short lived, but it has to crawl over a local NTSC LPTV - had subdecode 29 for a while (NOLA ?) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 04:08 Tr 92.7 WBKL LA Clinton (RDS) 459 mi - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 04:05 Tr 94.5 KSMB LA Lafayette (387 mi) their RDS PI now KSMB vs old "WIR" - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 04:03 APRS suggests that I've "sliver-like" paths to the east - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 04:00 Tr 101.5 WYNK- LA Baton Rouge (ID) 442 mi - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 03:59 Tr strong from Florida with WBBH-15 Ft Myers the furthest at 455 mi de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct11 03:57 Tr KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 03:49 Tr WVLA-DT-34 LA Baton Rouge (442 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 03:40 well, the Win8.1 seems to working here OK now (with some menu displays being different) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 03:29 I just had to d/l some 230+ old e-mail msgs on Thunderbird on this XP desktop to get the new Microsoft CODE to continue it on the laptop - and it sez "Almost ready" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 03:25 having never done an OS install/upgrade on a machine (had Win3.1 in 1992 on a 386) I was hesitant on this - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 03:02 After almost an hour at it, the Win8.1 is still "Setting up a few more things 82%" on the Gateway laptop - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 02:08 maybe some nasty wx later (Win8.1 has started its install on the Gateway) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://sanantonio.justweather.com/radar/#position=5%2Fw362 (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 01:54 now to get the appropriate MSIE tabs open on the XP desktop while this thing goes into limbo for and estimated 30-45 min with the 8.1 install - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 01:52 I had been declining that d/l option mni time before now, but I must have slipped up - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 01:50 well, this Gateway Win8 laptop machine has apparently gone and downloaded Win8.1 and will install it (with several restarts) within the next 15 min if I want it to or not ! - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct11 01:07 Tr WFRN Elkhart, IN relog @ ~140mi JJ in EN82 / SE MI (107.5.231.10)
Oct11 00:09 33.41 Sammamish spotty still near sunset here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 21:55 sure wish that somone wud reactivate those HC2 and HC8 6m beacons - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 20:09 F2 33.42 WA Sammamish wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 15:37 Austin ionosonde getting good foF2s recently - de WA5IYX http://giro.uml.edu/IonogramMovies/ (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 15:33 Maybe it's time for this site to initiate a registration and login protocol for posters ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 15:30 33.42 Orlando FL weather ed n5jeh dm65rd (174.28.251.194)
Oct10 15:14 anyway. just turned on PRO-163 scanner to find a few 33-MHz US ne fds on F2 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 15:13 in the past here it took a large geomagnetic storm to provide that early 6m LU paths - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 15:11 something seems odd on those 50-MHz maps with morning LU-XE paths (and FK8 at c. 02 local there) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct10 11:38 Tr new log WLVQ - QFM 96 96.3 FM Columbus, OH Rob Cincinnati (74.215.66.172)
Oct09 21:05 Tr 100.5 WTLX Monona, WI- weak with ESPN Wisconsin mentions-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct09 20:27 Tr 89.3 WNUR Evanston, IL- weak under WGNB/WJKN with alternative music and call letters-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct09 18:01 F2 33.42 WA Sammamish - wx - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct09 16:36 F2 33-MHz US ne fds - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct09 15:31 report from N. Ireland of F2 MUFs to 39 MHz yesterday to US east coast - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct09 14:22 Tr WMOR-19 Lakeland FL 397 mi. de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct09 08:04 Tr 93.7 WMJY Biloxi, Ms. (135 mi) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct09 07:45 Tr 97.9 WCPR Wiggins, Ms.(122 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct09 06:10 Tr WFSU-DT-32 Tallahassee, Fl (408 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct09 05:55 Tr WFSG-DT-38 Panama City, Fl (327 mi) (new) - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (68.108.234.125)
Oct09 00:08 Possible tropo opening to the New Orleans area from here. I think I heard "This is New Orleans's 96.9---" in the static while pointing that way. Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Oct08 23:39 F2 33.42 WA Sammamish - wx condx (78F Moses Lake - my Dad was at Larson AFB there 1949-51) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 22:30 seems that he also went to my Jr. High School (5 years after me) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 22:18 my High School (1966) - de WA5IYX http://www.expressnews.com/news/education/article/Jefferson-High-School-claims-second-Nobel-Prize-5809991.php#/0 (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 22:00 the PRO-163 pre-set bank of low-VHF "public safety" doesn't include the 35-MHz band so MUFs cud be there into n,e, - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 21:53 F2 KCF897 33.68 MA Northridge fd "6 pm test" - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 21:32 F2 33-MHz US n.e. fds - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 16:57 sometimes the end points of those events would never have a landfall for me - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 16:56 before I got a 30-50 MHz rcvr in Sep 1967 I'd often noted 27-MHz shrimpers in Gulf on Es - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 16:54 got to meet W6JKV for the first time at it (he had provided me several new countries on 6m 1981-82) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 16:52 the ARRL thing was too much of a three-ring circus for me - spent most all time with the SMIRK 10th anniversary subgroup - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 16:50 that was at the same venue as the CSVHFS Conference had been in Aug 1976 (cud see waterline from May '76 flooding) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 16:48 I was at that Oct 1983 ARRL National Convention (UT-OU weekend) at the Astrovillage Hotel - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 14:45 I could work direct into DFW on 2-Meter FM from there in my car. Advantage to being on/near the coast. Just too many people and skyscrapers.. hi hi de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct08 14:44 My best friend was a building manager for a 40-Story condo and I would see how many repeaters I could kerchunk on top of it during the ARRL National convention way back in the 80s (24.116.70.149)
Oct08 14:41 The biggest kick was listening to the shrimpers on the CB radio. (24.116.70.149)
Oct08 14:39 I spent many a weekend in the early 70s at Sargent on the north end of Matagorda Bay fishing and some DXing de ka5dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct08 14:26 during a sidetrip to NASA from the CSVHFS Conference in Houston in 1976 I could at least smell the saltwater - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 14:24 57 years in TX and the only time that I've seen the Gulf Coast is when flying near it (1985 going to WTFDA in NOLA) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 14:21 the tropo later shifted (as often) to more favor the Hill Country - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 14:01 TS Simon is messing up the valley enhancement here in AZ this morning :( de dwi DM34un (24.116.70.149)
Oct08 13:59 I would listen to FM stations all along the coast with my FM portable while sitting on the dock by the bay.. hi hi (24.116.70.149)
Oct08 13:58 Hi Pat, Those reports make me miss fishing down on Matagorda Bay de art ka5dwi/7 (24.116.70.149)
Oct08 04:47 Tr 93.1 KQID LA Alexandria (402 mi) ads - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 04:30 Tr KLTL-DT-20 LA Lake Charles (341 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 04:06 Tr KITU-DT-33 TX Beaumont (285 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 04:04 Tr latent KFDM-DT-25 TX Beaumont (280 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 03:31 Tr KATC-DT-28 LA Lafayette (395 mi) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 03:21 I got gud vids of the one last April (I've yet to u/l it to YouTube tho) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 03:19 forecasted clouds here will likely obscure the wee-hour lunar eclipse - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 03:02 www.westwoodonesports.com / sportsusaradio.com / yahoosportsradio.com / espnradio.com / foxsportsradio.com / nbcsportsradio.com / cbssportsradio.com / cbsradio.com / abcradio.com (72.230.208.92)
Oct08 02:59 websites - info : mlb.com / mlbatbat.com / mlb.tv / nfl.com / nba.com / nhl.com / milb.com / ncaa.org / ncaa.com (72.230.208.92)
Oct08 02:57 websites - info : polishamericancenter.org/saturdayvarietyprogram.com/radio4polkas.com/nypolkabob.tripod.com/polkaspa.tripod.com/drivetimepolkas.com/artkott.com/billflynnpolka.com/saturdaypolkareview.com/thepolkamagicradio.com/polkastella.com (72.230.208.92)
Oct08 02:55 websites - info: allwny.com/nyradioguide.com/nyram.com/nyram.org/philaradio.com/phillytalkradio.com/bostonradio.org/bostonradiowatch.blogspot.com/northeastradiowatch.com/fybush.com/cnyradio.com/cnynews.com (72.230.208.92)
Oct08 02:53 websites - info : nab.org/fcc.gov/ontheradio.net/radio-locator.com/tunein.com/iheartradio.com/live365.com/xiialive.com (72.230.208.92)
Oct08 02:52 websites - info: nab.org/fcc.gov/ontheradio.net/radio-locator.com/tunein.com/iheartradio.com/live365.com/xiialive.com erin russman upstate ny (72.230.208.92)
Oct08 01:53 KSTX 89.1 so intense here (100kw 9 mi) that its RDS decodes on 89.0 - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct08 01:46 Tr 94.1 KQXY Beaumont, TX (relog) (216 miles) with local ads...Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct08 01:03 F2 31.14 mentioning SF PD - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 23:06 it actually has some wx condx/forecast on it vs their prior old (boring) ID tape loop - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 22:59 F2 33.42 WA Sammamish - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 21:43 F2 31.94 KCF918 MA Uxbridge fd - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 18:18 Houston FMs still at good levels for so late in the day - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 16:53 as has our KSTX 89.1 with the same bogus PI - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 16:51 and svrl subdecode Us to the n.e. - KPAC 88.3 hr has added RDS but PI="KWI" - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 16:47 Ms 98.9 KQRC Leavenworth, KS- short burst with AC/DC 'You Shook Me All Night Long' and song match-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct07 16:44 just the DFW area on FM enhanced here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 16:06 Tr S 102.7 WRVM Suring, WI- weak fade-up over WMOM with soft religious music and male DJ-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct07 15:58 Tr S 102.7 WMOM Pentwater, MI- weak with Lady Gaga and 'Radio Mom'. Might want to DX here, as W274AQ should be returning to the air before long-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct07 15:54 I have never heard anything on 87.9 other than "WTF? radio harrisville" back when they were on that freq. they are now licensed on 97.9 in the same area JJ in EN82 / SE MI (107.5.231.10)
Oct07 15:41 Tr 87.9 'Gatlin Radio' microwatt from Vicksburg, MI- Approx 30 miles-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct07 15:34 Is anybody from Missouri to Texas getting into the Tr? APRS map shows a huge red blob over you guys-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct07 14:18 the teacher was unamused with it being included with such as Monterrey (which dwarfs it) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 14:14 in the 4th grade in Hayward, CA a classmate had named it in a list of "major" Bays in the SF area - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 11:27 Pat, I'd heard of the place also prior to that, being heavily into Microsoft Flight Simulator and having flown around San Francisco in that. de Eric B, Carleton, MI (69.246.65.137)
Oct07 03:40 at least I knew of Half Moon Bay long before this made it "famous" - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jessica_Dubroff (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 03:34 Sometimes at night the cooler air from there flows down to us - "drainage from the Hill Country" - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 03:32 TX Hill Country (up to 2000' ASL c. 30 mi nw of here) usually cooler than us if same cloud cover - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 03:28 I didn't realize then that Edward Teller was designing much bigger fireworks at the nearby Lawrence-Livermore Labs - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 03:24 OK, tnx, I went out to Alameda Co Fair at Pleasanton on 4 Jul 1955 and 1956 - fireworks at the racetrack there - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 03:24 Is now 61 in Foster City (bay) and 80 on hilltop behind Woodside/Redwood City (10 miles away) ... Mike (50.1.60.19)
Oct07 03:21 The offshore winds have been blowing, so San Mateo at bay was 84 on Sun, but my loc (in hills) was 97. Offshore winds play h3ll here when its warm ... Mike (50.1.60.19)
Oct07 03:20 Half Moon Bay is one point (coast), Pleasanton is the other (Diablo Valley), separated by Coast Range, SF Bay and Diablo Range ... Mike (50.1.60.19)
Oct07 03:16 What part of the Coastal Range there might be between them ? I had relatives near Lodi and visiting there from the East Bay was often like going to the desert - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 02:56 [22:29] Those same two locations are now only 25 degrees apart (58-83) this many hours later ... Mike (50.1.60.19)
Oct07 00:23 when returning from VK4 in early Aug 1979 it seemed as cold in SF as it had been in the Australian winter ! - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 00:20 recall one report of 105F in Novato in Marin Co. in Jun 1957, but it might have been spurious - most times it was the Central Valley baking - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 00:17 otherwise the land is too flat here for such adjacent air masses to persist without mixing - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct07 00:07 might only get huge thermal gradients like that here when an extreme cold front is approaching - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 22:29 Current temps here vary by 40 degrees within 40 miles (58-98 at same time). Our summer week in progress ... Mike/cm87 (50.1.60.19)
Oct06 21:16 heat index 95F hr today - more in keeping with late August - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 14:17 tho rendering poorly on the Haupp.TVWin6 on the XP - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 14:14 ans that's showing a hefty 55.24 tropo sig from Mexico right now - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 14:08 It has its own antenna - the PRO2004 uses the 1973 Archer V-100 to look for 54-88+ MHz Es - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 14:06 with all the recent US east coast F2 reported to 33+ MHz in this area I should have had my PRO-163 scanner running - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 13:53 tropo...what's that? Mike-La (24.196.218.27)
Oct06 13:34 I have had 3 good enough Tropo openings this fall, but i am very disapointed thus far. A dud of a tropo season so far. LM/FM29 (173.59.33.11)
Oct06 03:36 tho no indication of how far up that stick it is at (432 m HAAT for KWEX proper) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 03:33 W9WI site puts the KGMM-CD-24 (CP) ant on KWEX tower, so 24-mi @ 121-deg - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct06 03:31 XHBC -3 fade up - de kb7wox cn85 (50.39.109.194)
Oct06 00:54 Tr S 100.5 WKEE Huntington, WV- very weak with CHR and webstream match over WKXA-- EN71 S. Michigan (66.231.51.192)
Oct05 23:41 16:26 - WPAS was my shortest ever ES log at I believe 342 miles caught on 23 June this year. By the way, it's become impossible to make logs while using an iPhone on Safari. It brings up some error and everything has a line through it. Dan EM73QX (73.54.238.82)
Oct05 22:38 it doesn't take much of some things like multipath to mess up DTV - even some small planes around hr cause dropouts/pixelation - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 20:50 This is happening in northeast PA with digital full-power and translators from WOLF, WYOU and WBRE - KA3JAW FN20jq (65.78.82.196)
Oct05 20:41 Wind farm operators investigate TV interference - KA3JAW FN20jq http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-20469375 (65.78.82.196)
Oct05 16:26 Ms 89.1 WPAS Pascagoula, MS RDS PI/PS several long bursts 977 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct05 15:46 more om Saturday's AZ meteor event - de WA5IYX http://azdailysun.com/fireball/image_61c16f4b-a88c-506e-be9e-3927d40582f3.html (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 14:25 I only realized it was seen so widely (up to Kansas) when I hrd NBC Today Show nx next morning - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 14:23 my largest meteor sighting (3rd clipping) Apr 20, 1958 - de WA5IYX http://www.qsl.net/wa5iyx/images/195758As.jpg (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 14:21 make that KGMM-CD-24 - too bad it just didn't take one of the mni unused subs on an already-existing LP DTV chs here - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 14:14 and KGMM-DT-24 (3ABN) has emerged here so another channel lost for DXing - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 14:12 yeah, found KEWX-41.3 does have it (wonder how long, it got GetTV c. last Feb) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 14:10 finally something on that Sat morn AZ fireball - de WA5IYX http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona/2014/10/04/locals-report-fireball-over-norther-arizona-skies/16721641/ (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 14:08 To compete, the Telemundo subchannel on 42.2 KEYE has also gone to full 1080i HD. Gotta love competition! :) Jack, Austiin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct05 14:07 And it now has 62.2 Unimas in full 1080i HD, up from 480p. Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct05 14:06 M-eanwhile, here our KAKW-DT-13 has 62.3 GetTV and 62.4 ESCAPE now so it has 2 EE subchannels as well. Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct05 14:05 I've seen that Grit TV subchannel on KWEX 41.3 when getting it up here the last few nights, so I think you may already have it. Jack, Austin TX (70.113.94.143)
Oct05 05:32 15kw into -17db ant ??? - never knew any connection with K02MX (1987-2000 pest) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.rabbitears.info/market.php?request=print_station&facility_id=58790 (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 05:21 looks like our SS KWEX-DT-41.3 will soon have that net (41.2 is GetTV) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX http://www.grittv.com/find-us/ (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 05:09 our KBNB-LD-10 is off air but no Corpus tropo to get KZTV there (which wud be new for me) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 05:03 their KFTH-DT-36 has 36.2 Get TV and 36.3 Grit TV - an Hispanic SS main with two EE subchannels - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct05 03:26 some Houston Us decoding (it has been a while since) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 20:14 well, film taken nr Tetons, track much more west of there - de WA5IYX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WlCfuPrszU (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 20:10 on that event - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1972_Great_Daylight_Fireball (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 20:01 the Aug 1972 daylight fireball over the Grand Tetons was a "skimmer" (went back into solar orbit) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 19:59 for a daylight smoke (ablation particles) trail to persist that long it must have been within a certain altitude - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 19:48 We didn't have a sonic boom from it. So it had to be far off or just very slow. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct04 19:24 I've never seen a daylight fireball or a night one whose trail lasted more than a few seconds - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 19:22 do you have a link to anything re this morning's event ? Sounds like it rivals the Feb 2013 Russian event - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 19:19 seems they've had them before - de WA5IYX http://www.amsmeteors.org/members/fireball/browse_reports?search_by_month_and_year=true&month=1&year=2009&page=3 (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 17:25 Bright yellow/red. Trail was visible for about 45 minutes after event. Hadn't seen that before. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct04 17:24 Hey Guys.. Large Fireball NW of me in Dewey AZ. DM34un @ abt 16 UTC this morning. de KA5DWI/7 (24.116.70.149)
Oct04 15:20 Lately there has been alot of fireballs from meteors burning up as they enter the earths atmosphere. a decent amount here in the North East haver been noted, LM/FM29 (173.59.33.11)
Oct04 15:11 Ms 89.1 KUAR Little Rock, AR underwriters list / RDS PI 844 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct04 07:06 Good to look out for 47.9 and 48.3 CE Muzak stations as an indicator in afternoon/early evening. Hugh in IM67 (85.242.222.84)
Oct04 02:36 55.250 S3-5 with watery sounding TEP signals, CE3SX 5x5 on six - KW4RZ EM60 (98.183.56.202)
Oct04 01:30 more on NVIS - de WA5IYX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near_vertical_incidence_skywave (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 01:27 so it seems that low-hf NVIS comms might still have a place (even as a backup) - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 01:25 and any satellite-relayed signal has to go thru ALL the lower ionoshpheric layers TWICE - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 01:22 that area is only 25-deg from the geomagnetic equator and all the weird things it has near it - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct04 00:45 last try de wa4ukx http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/09/24/space_bubbles_hobbled_america_during_the_afghanistan_war/ (71.85.7.30)
Oct04 00:43 maybe now http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/09/24/space_bubbles_hobbled_america_during_the_afghanistan_war/ de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Oct04 00:41 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/09/24/space_bubbles_hobbled_america_during_the_afghanistan_war/ Strange........de wa4ukx (71.85.7.30)
Oct03 23:43 in 1949-51 in cent Wash. used to watch such on a dirt track - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct03 23:34 OK, I'd visions of maybe 50's-era stockcars - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct03 23:30 Es 2 diff. ch. 2's both with futbol and FOX bug upper r de Jeff-K1MOD W-IL EN40 (98.215.171.152)
Oct03 23:24 Es A2z two stations now in, Cubans fading N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 23:14 Es muf ch. 6 de Jeff-K1MOD W-IL EN40 (98.215.171.152)
Oct03 23:12 Es Cuba 2 y 3 de Jeff-K1MOD W-IL EN40 (98.215.171.152)
Oct03 23:10 @WA5IYX - modern small motorcycles, possibly 50cc N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 23:01 What are the newest and oldest vehicles involved in that ? - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
Oct03 23:00 Es Tele Rebelde (Cuba) on A2-, A2+ and A4+ (I think Habana, Pinar del Rio, and Camaguey, respectively) N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:57 Program is on Cuban Motorsports (I NEVER thought I would be using those two words together!) N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:56 A2 and A4 have a motorsports program N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:54 A2 and A4 have a motorsports program N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:47 Es unIDs A2, 3, 4 Spanish, multiple carriers on 2 and 3 N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:29 Es 90.9 WLFE Cutler Bay, FL, "We are Life FM" - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Oct03 22:24 Last I knew, the unique hallmark of CJCH5 was that their VIDEO carrier was being FREQUENCY modulated by AC power ripple N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:22 The stations in the video are only about 500 Hz apart from each other - neither were + offset (unless both were) N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:21 It hit #1 in Brazil, in its original English, despite the language barrier N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:20 @Hugh and KA3JAW: "Happy" by Pharrell Williams was an international "megahit", comprable in popularity to "Hey Jude" or "Dancing Queen" N8NU in EN81 (192.252.192.237)
Oct03 22:17 Es 60.310 (tnx PRO2004 scanner) - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct03 22:13 Es FM TX - KUT-90.5 RDS de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct03 20:05 Ms 89.1 KFLO Blanchard, LA "You're listening to Miracle 89.1", previous Es 1032 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct03 18:51 after cold front passage dewpoints hr about 20 deg lower today - may get 56F Sat morn - de WA5IYX EL09ql STX (69.152.228.206)
Oct03 17:37 Es into FM - Mexico - SS noted on 89.1 with RDS & 92.7 de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct03 17:36 BTW.. Still getting some enhancement along the valleys. KIIM in Tuscon (170 mi) is fairly consistent in the morn. de dwi (24.116.70.149)
Oct03 17:35 record high low-temp of 79F for date Thurs morn here .. Another reason I left Texas, Lows in the mid 40s here de Art KA5DWI/7 dm34un (24.116.70.149)
Oct03 17:12 Could well be FIAT,thanks..lots of commercials on youtube with dancing etc...Hugh in IM67 (85.244.56.242)
Oct03 16:55 Es 2-UNID - Mexico likely - weak wsw z & + offsets de Fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.196)
Oct03 16:44 Ms 91.3 WLTR Columbia, SC RDS PI/PS 656 mi -de Jeff VA3NN (24.235.46.133)
Oct03 16:13 FIAT uses the song "Happy" in its commercials - de Jon in FN03 (216.121.193.226)
Oct03 14:55 shoes are visible at 0:42,commercial is all music and captions,probably a multinational company/product (85.242.137.34)
Oct03 14:47 and any chance that a 1.5-kw 59.76 audio might be F2 backscatter thru all that intense direct PY F2 is remote - de WA5IYX (69.152.228.206)
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