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MW Free Radio / Re: Radio Reten Lo Que Tienes 1710 kHz 10/11/17
« on: October 13, 2017, 2041 UTC »
Down South, the major impediment for 1710 is WEUP on 1700. They are rather....shall we say...."wide". I have seen tiny little carriers on 1710, but this was the first one that yielded audio.

MW Free Radio / Re: 1710 kHz 10/11/17
« on: October 12, 2017, 2249 UTC »
That is them! Thank You.  They are back in again this evening, currently S7 into Georgia at 1848 EDT. They see to have an appreciable level of power, and the modulation seems pretty good.

MW Free Radio / Radio Reten Lo Que Tienes 1710 kHz 10/11/17
« on: October 11, 2017, 2343 UTC »
Someone on 1710. Decent carrier, Hispanic music. 1942 EDT 10/11/17

General Radio Discussion / Re: Radio DMT/rdla4 SSTV?
« on: May 23, 2016, 1018 UTC »
I have no problem with that!! Go right ahead.


Software / Re: SDR#, SDR Console (V2) and SdrDx
« on: December 18, 2015, 0028 UTC »
Check the RF gain and IF gain in SDRdx. in the SDR button.  Possibly make sure your AGC settings are suited to what you are doing.

I have noticed that when using these programs each one seems to impart its own character to the audio.For MW broadcast, I have generally found that Studio1 (a Non-free piece of software) generally handles AM the best. Its synchronous decoder holds the carrier longer than other software.

It seems counter intuitive that these would produce different audio characteristics, but I <at least think> I can hear them!

Software / Re: Medium Wave Station Search / Display in DX ToolBox
« on: December 18, 2015, 0020 UTC »
Chris thanks for this addition! It works nicely in a Winders 10 PC.

MW Loggings / Re: MW antenna ideas
« on: December 18, 2015, 0017 UTC »
Yes, Loops are the way to go on MW. Next in line would be any type of LARGE closed loop antenna. The smaller loops give you some nice directional characteristics and are more immune to noise.

6875.8 (or there abouts...) AM. Noisy but readable into North Georgia tonight. ID at 0043

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