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Loggings => MW Free Radio => Topic started by: Kilokat7 on December 19, 2018, 0146 UTC

Title: Community Radio Network 1710 AM 0144 UTC 19 December 2018
Post by: Kilokat7 on December 19, 2018, 0146 UTC
Presumed the Community Radio Network station with old time crooner music, just above the noise floor here but fair on the occasional fade-ups.

0207z: The First Noel and into announcement and what sounded like a live time check.
Title: Re: Community Radio Network 1710 AM 0144 UTC 19 December 2018
Post by: refmo on December 21, 2018, 0247 UTC
Heard a station playing old music and some quick Christmas jingles tonight.
0224 - "Moonlight Serenade" by The Ray Eberle Orchestra.
The Sept. 11 memorial station occasionally fades up to dominate the frequency.
Title: Re: Community Radio Network 1710 AM 0144 UTC 19 December 2018
Post by: Kage on December 21, 2018, 0941 UTC
Heard a station playing old music and some quick Christmas jingles tonight.
0224 - "Moonlight Serenade" by The Ray Eberle Orchestra.
The Sept. 11 memorial station occasionally fades up to dominate the frequency.

I'd love to know what music. I was just running a test broadcast with mostly Christmas music then went into a Devo escapade because I drank. Real curious if this rig is getting out on 1710kHz, long work in progress. Running 25 watts but the antenna needs far more work. I will probably run this all christmas on and off until it's perfected. http://darkliferadio.proboards.com/thread/1018/class-series-modulated-transmitter-build
Title: Re: Community Radio Network 1710 AM 0144 UTC 19 December 2018
Post by: Kilokat7 on December 22, 2018, 1703 UTC
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I'd love to know what music. I was just running a test broadcast with mostly Christmas music then went into a Devo escapade because I drank. Real curious if this rig is getting out on 1710kHz, long work in progress. Running 25 watts but the antenna needs far more work. I will probably run this all christmas on and off until it's perfected. http://darkliferadio.proboards.com/thread/1018/class-series-modulated-transmitter-build

Slide up to 1720 kHz some night, if possible, and let's see if it's getting out.  I'm 99.9% sure that the station logged in this thread is our "West Rockingham" Community Radio Network station however.