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 on: Today at 00:38 
Started by Uncle John - Last post by Pigmeat
www.spaceweather.com (the "News for Feb. 19"). Anybody dumb this down for me? As far as the QRM sitcheeation hear/here? huh?


Cool site, UJ. I just spent a whole lot of time there and probably will again.

 2 
 on: Today at 00:14 
Started by skeezix - Last post by skeezix
Count    ID   ref1 ref2 kHz   Baud City                           Country              Lat      Lon      km     Deg
2        203  223  243  301.0 100  Cape Aghulas                   South Africa         -34.838  20.021   14,392 103
3        929  312  313  296.0 200  St Jean Richelieu, QC          Canada               45.324   -73.317  1,574  82 
27       799  044  045  290.0 200  Penobscot, ME                  United States        44.453   -68.776  1,942  83 
29       883  266  267  287.0 100  Pigeon Point, CA               United States        37.189   -122.394 2,561  260
61       927  316  317  309.0 200  Lauzon, QC                     Canada               46.821   -71.165  1,729  75 
78       885  270  271  292.0 100  Cape Mendocino, CA             United States        40.447   -124.405 2,563  270
102      870  170  171  309.0 200  Reedy Point, DE                United States        39.569   -75.572  1,585  106
129      886  272  273  287.0 100  Fort Stevens, OR               United States        46.208   -123.96  2,363  284
213      804  008  009  286.0 200  Sandy Hook, NJ                 United States        40.475   -74.02   1,659  101
224      972  901  902  302.0 200  Miraflores                     Panama               8.993    -79.585  4,220  157
248      918  310  311  286.0 200  Wiarton, ON                    Canada               44.75    -81.117  971    87 
537      816  032  033  304.0 100  Aransas Pass, TX               United States        27.842   -97.065  1,936  191
1520     764  210  211  314.0 200  Lincoln, CA                    United States        38.855   -121.361 2,395  263
1557     871  172  173  300.0 100  Appleton, WA                   United States        45.792   -121.332 2,168  282
1647     836  112  113  292.0 200  Cheboygan, MI                  United States        45.656   -84.475  704    81 
2594     809  018  019  289.0 100  Cape Canaveral, FL             United States        28.467   -80.554  2,162  144
6624     772  198  199  306.0 200  Acushnet, MA                   United States        41.749   -70.889  1,852  93 
7063     808  016  017  314.0 200  Card Sound, FL                 United States        25.442   -80.452  2,468  147
9545     778  192  193  292.0 100  Kensington, SC                 United States        33.491   -79.349  1,759  132
9853     844  094  095  324.0 200  Hudson Falls, NY               United States        43.272   -73.542  1,595  90 
11559    806  012  013  289.0 100  Driver, VA                     United States        36.963   -76.562  1,670  116
17739    771  196  197  294.0 100  New Bern, NC                   United States        35.181   -77.059  1,765  123
18093    865  160  161  320.0 200  Millers Ferry, AL              United States        32.095   -87.397  1,528  158
22405    828  246  247  301.0 100  Angleton, TX                   United States        29.301   -95.484  1,756  187
22786    814  028  029  293.0 200  English Turn, LA               United States        29.886   -89.947  1,709  169
24545    838  116  117  319.0 200  Detroit, MI                    United States        42.306   -83.103  883    106
25240    827  244  245  312.0 200  Tampa, FL                      United States        27.85    -82.543  2,138  149
28821    869  168  169  290.0 200  Louisville, KY                 United States        38.018   -85.31   1,030  136
42181    792  136  137  297.0 200  Bobo, MS                       United States        34.125   -90.696  1,233  168
47561    830  100  101  296.0 100  Wisconsin, Point WI            United States        46.708   -92.025  219    30 
48573    831  102  103  298.0 100  Upper Keweenaw, MI             United States        47.233   -88.628  446    55 
75875    777  218  219  304.0 200  Mequon, WI                     United States        43.202   -88.066  474    113
79042    863  156  157  311.0 200  Rock Island IL                 United States        42.02    -90.231  421    141
80131    864  158  159  317.0 200  St Paul [Alma], MN             United States        44.306   -91.906  144    122






Perseus SDR with Wellbrook ALA1530S+ loop antenna oriented N-S

 3 
 on: Today at 00:13 
Started by skeezix - Last post by skeezix
The brief openings are interesting, especially during the daytime.

 4 
 on: Today at 00:10 
Started by MDK2 - Last post by jFarley
Likewise here; thanks Poet!

 5 
 on: February 27, 2017, 2348 UTC 
Started by MDK2 - Last post by Skipmuck
Also received here! Thanks much JP and the Crystal Ship Relay Network!  Cool

 6 
 on: February 27, 2017, 2228 UTC 
Started by flexoman61 - Last post by Traveling Wave
2227 UTC - Yes, the signal is a solid S7 in WNY.

 7 
 on: February 27, 2017, 2226 UTC 
Started by flexoman61 - Last post by flexoman61
Have power, no audio. I bought a cap kit, gonna start there.
Thanks

 8 
 on: February 27, 2017, 2221 UTC 
Started by Uncle John - Last post by BoomboxDX
Wonder if any of that means 'auroral' conditions on Medium Wave over the next couple days....

 9 
 on: February 27, 2017, 2218 UTC 
Started by flexoman61 - Last post by BoomboxDX
If the DX-150 has a DC power input plug, you could try running it on DC power to see if the problem is just the AC supply built inside the radio.

DX-150's and 160's are very light on battery usage... if that happened to be the problem, and the radio works on batteries, you could always use it on battery power and delay fixing the radio.

But as you mentioned you already have help with the radio, perhaps it's a non-issue by now....

 10 
 on: February 27, 2017, 2218 UTC 
Started by flexoman61 - Last post by aquabat
great reception, the kind of stuff we live for, yes?

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