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Messages - Duffer

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Nice report. Good to see the BBC is being heard  8)

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Hi,

Did you order one? How are you getting on?

TIA

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Equipment / Re: Low Band Antennae
« on: July 04, 2017, 0720 UTC »
I'm a UK ham, so can transmit on 70MHz

I use this-
http://www.mirfield-electronics.co.uk/products/me64270-quad-band-6m-4m-2m-70cm-colinear/

It's crap but gets me on the band.

When I hear 'OIRT FM' stations from East Europe I know the band is open...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Radio_and_Television_Organisation

Duffer

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General Radio Discussion / North Korea
« on: April 20, 2017, 0610 UTC »
Some freq to monitor...

11175 khz
8992 khz
6739 Khz
4724 KHz
USB

USS Ronald
USS Nimitz

From http://www.transmission1.net/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=53320

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Sorry not thinking straight there! Maybe the intended recipient was merely in South Korea, and could board a plane?
Perhaps less suspicious than someone traveling directly from North Korea?

I wonder why the wider press didn't pick up on it? Or maybe the source really was
of poor quality? Guess we'll never know.


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The person who supposedly decoded these transmission appears to be in Britain, and the message traffic was purportedly about a British and American targets. But, these transmissions cannot be heard in Britain.

I'm sure 'FVEY' have listening stations, located near Korea.

This has to be a controlled leak from government agencies, released for their own reasons?


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Equipment / Re: Mobile whip antennas
« on: February 27, 2017, 0903 UTC »
Yeah, they are great! (sorry!)

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Equipment / Re: Icom IC-R8600 new, release date end of March
« on: February 16, 2017, 1222 UTC »
>That's a lot of money to hear the many frequencies of Brother Stair.  :D

The ability to decode D-STAR, P25, NXDN and dPMR digital (conventional) modes sounds interesting,
as the AR-DV1 doesn't live up to expectations (apparently). I own the IC-7300 it's lovely bit of kit.




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Out of interest, what is everyone now receiving in place of France Inter on 162?

Has anybody confirmed  '162kHz, TRT Radyo 1, Agri Turkey, 1000kW'

I can see a carrier, I but can't make out any music/voices

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I notice Mirfield Electronics do a Quad Band 6m/4m/2m/70cm colinear  (ME64270)

It might perform slightly better on the FM broadcast band. 4m being 70MHz

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It works well, it takes a little getting used to the separate windows, but definitely a bonus for SDRPlay owners.

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Longwave Loggings / Re:
« on: June 21, 2014, 2004 UTC »
Great shot for the PXR video.

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Equipment / Re:
« on: June 17, 2014, 1906 UTC »
The Ultra wide-band SDR receiver from www.dxpatrol.pt looks great if you can stretch to ~$110.

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