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Messages - Andrew Yoder

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Tuned in while they were "preparing the transmitter." Nice production. I guess it's via WREC because PJ said earlier he'd be relaying R. Enterhaken. VG signal 

VG signal. Tuned in just before the Special K ad & the GM PSA for car safety. Into the mystery of Frankenstein's woods

Excellent signal with '60s pop instrumentals

Thanks for the shoutout! Nice batch of loggings for a weekday broadcast at noon

VG w/fading. IDs , Belfast add, I think he said 1994 show. asked for 3 32-cent stamps, 1 IRC, or $1 w/report, so 1994 sounds about right. Nice to hear again!

VG signal, but hafta go, so I'm recording it

Weak with jazz, an announcement, and some old-time music. Nice to hear B-Side again

Excellent signal with one of the older "War of the Worlds" broadcasts

2100 tune in to talk about a missing plane, then talk about Edmund Fitzgerald sinking, and instrumental music. Maybe 30-40% copyable, but getting stronger

Heard carrier come on, punk song. Male announcer talking a bit, think he mentioned this is a test. Said program will be ending with a couple of songs. Bassy/muffled mic audio. I think he said next song is from Africa & it does sound like it.

Radio Esoterica IDs & old Stoneham address

Charlie Loudenboomer of NAPRS on afterward mentioning that RE was a pirate from the mid-90s & that he'll QSL logs on HFU. Nice to hear R. Esoterica again--I don't think I've heard it in about 26 years

Tuned in to PJ talking. Great to hear WREC again after a few years!

I've been listening for 45 min or so. Excellent signal with a variety of older nonrock: jazz, crooner, etc. Now is an instrumental organ prog-rock song--maybe ELP?

General Radio Discussion / Re: Logbooks
« on: September 10, 2023, 2135 UTC »
Thanks much for the personal experiences. I've been doing nothing for so long, aside from recording a lot and mentioning some things that I hear here and on the blog. Just seemed like it left too many holes, so I pulled out my last (unfinished) logbook (spiral-bound notebook) and started using it again.

I've also used text files, like SIGINT, and will probably continue using those for logs of SDR stations while I work

VG signal with Hendrix cover of "Hound Dog"

I'm OK with more Hendrix. Or what else would you have in mind?

Heard with excellent signal here from around 1244 to QRT around 1255. Relay of a podcast with talk about the New World Order, own nothing & be happy, how the Klaus Schwabs of the world want us to not eat meat & be weak of body & mind, bit of talk about how people have to talk x number of years for the gov't to get pensions . . . that way they can lose their pension if they whistleblow. Finally, into talk about Biden with a restart of mask mandates & pushing vaxes again. Off without an ID of the podcast or of TRI.

Heard on the R8, but also unsuccessfully tried to hear it on a Knight Star Roamer. I couldn't hear anything on SW on the Star Roamer, so I think that's where the problem lies

General Radio Discussion / Logbooks
« on: September 06, 2023, 1146 UTC »
One topic that I haven't heard anyone talk about in a long time is logbooks. Are most people using logging software? Just using the posts on HFU to serve as their logs, using ARRL ham books to list log, or maybe just enjoying the listening experience and not logging anything? It seems like some of the DXers from decades ago used to be serious about their logbooks, but I think it's been two decades or so since I've heard anyone discuss the topic.

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