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Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 9445 USB 1645 UTC 1 Aug 2019
« on: August 01, 2019, 1727 UTC »
Also heard in central Pennsylvania on USB with S7 signal since about 1706...

last programming heard:
1725 - Spellbound by Siouxsie & The Banshees
1726 - suddenly off

Brett Saylor
Central PA
Perseus SDR w/ 40' end fed wire

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Other / Re: UNID 2940 AM 0620 UTC 21 February 2019
« on: April 02, 2019, 1057 UTC »
Likely that was 2 x 1470.x HJNT Huellas Radio, Cali Colombia - heard this morning at 1030 UTC with impashioned Spanish preacher, confirmed via comparison with the TWR kiwiSDR and their web stream http://www.radios.com.co/huellas/

First heard them last year, about this time.

Brett Saylor - W3SWL
State College PA

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Heard throughout the evening, finally signing off at 0400Z w/ Tater Patch Radio ID, with an announcement by station engineer/owner John Hart acknowledging they were on 1710 last night because "it was clear" and that they wanted to "do a little bit of skipping". Mentioned they were picked up in Indiana, and would be returning to 1700. Also mentioned they could be picked up online on the WPEX and Tater Patch Radio websites.

Audio file at: http://personal.psu.edu/bds2/audio/homeaudio/1710%20Tater%20Patch%20Radio%20John%20Hart%20engr%20signing%20off%20w%20mnt%201710%200400%20UTC%201-13-19.mp3

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6951 USB 2147 UTC 31 Dec 2018
« on: December 31, 2018, 2149 UTC »
Good USB signal in central PA

2147 UTC - "Codeine" by Trampled by Turtles
2148        - off


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Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6940 AM 2126 UTC 31 Dec 2018
« on: December 31, 2018, 2136 UTC »
Good sounding AM signal in central PA.

2133 UTC - "Willin" by Little Feat
2135 UTC - off

Brett

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Moonlight Radio 6935 USB 2107 UTC 31 Dec 2018
« on: December 31, 2018, 2123 UTC »
12-31-18

2112 UTC - "Auld Lang Syne" rock piece then "Moonlight Radio...Happy New Year" and off. Strong-ish signal here in Central PA.

Thanks!

Brett

Antenna: 16' x 36' north superloop

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Software / Re: Amalgamated DGPS Software
« on: October 28, 2018, 1215 UTC »
The stations in the file with a - are indeed off the air, and there are more since (that was from the big shutdown a few years ago).

Very good; I just discovered the UNID window, and noticed that the stations showing up there correspond to stations that are marked as "off the air" so that tells me I need to check UNID's in order to get a complete listing for these older recordings.

Thank you!

Brett

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Software / Re: Amalgamated DGPS Software
« on: October 27, 2018, 1908 UTC »
Hi Chris,

Question: with the decreasing number of US stations now on the air, is there any way to tell what stations are in the program's built-in list? I am decoding SDR files that are up to 10 years old, and wondered whether all the stations on the air at the time of the recording are in the list. I looked through the included DGPSSTATIONLISTING.TXT.BAK.TXT file and wondered if that represents the list that will be used when running the program? I also noticed that some of the stations in that file had a "-" in from the their frequency, and wondered if this signified a station that was not longer being checked by the program?

Thank you, and thanks for making the program available!

Brett Saylor W3SWL


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Software / Re: Carrier Sleuth 1.0.0
« on: August 03, 2017, 0159 UTC »
Very nice, Chris - I just tried out the Windows 1.0.3 version; I recorded a Perseus file ~ 12 minutes @ 125 kHz tonight and it processed just fine. Just for grins I re-ran it at 9 kHz spacing and darned if it didn't find some TA carriers that I didn't know were there. Nice work!

Brett Saylor
W3SWL

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