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Author Topic: All MW loggings moved to new forum, back to 1 JAN 2022  (Read 678 times)

Offline Ray Lalleu

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All MW loggings moved to new forum, back to 1 JAN 2022
« on: October 31, 2022, 1600 UTC »
All old European pirate MW loggings
that were in this forum since 01 JAN 2022
have been moved to a new forum.

European MW Pirate Radio

The moves include the Serbian and Russian stations, up to a bit above 3000 kHz


No 'MOVED' posts about those old loggings, only about the newer moves if needed.
« Last Edit: November 27, 2022, 0105 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
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+/- : about 0.02 offset, ++/-- 0.03/0.04 offset
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Re: All MW loggings moved to new forum, back to XX OCT 2022
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2022, 2003 UTC »
I see on Discord MW reports  :( :( Strange

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Re: All MW loggings moved to new forum, back to XX OCT 2022
« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2022, 2345 UTC »
I see on Discord MW reports  :( :( Strange

I disagree, this is a great event. Technically, MW stations were never supposed to be logged on this board, or anywhere on the HFU. They were logged here because there was nowhere else to put them. It created disorganization by mixing two completely distinct types of stations and it discouraged people from logging them at all. Now there is a dedicated place here on the HFU for them which creates more organization and encourages more people to log them. A vote was held to determine if this new board would be created and the vast majority voted in favour of creating the new board.
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Re: All old MW loggings moved to new forum, back to 01 JAN 2022
« Reply #4 on: November 03, 2022, 1833 UTC »
    And cool - finally we know where to write about these stations!
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Re: European MW loggings now on a new forum
« Reply #5 on: November 13, 2022, 1107 UTC »
This is a good move!
There are a lot of Dutch, Greek, Balkan and Russian pirates over 1600 kHz and also around MW.

I visited several Greek pirates on year 2006 in Larissa. They really have big voltages!
Later I made a visit to many Serbian pirates in 2008.

Here is a page of Larissa-visit in Greece: http://www.harriku.com/larissa.htm

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Re: European MW loggings now on a new forum
« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2022, 1716 UTC »
This is a good move!
There are a lot of Dutch, Greek, Balkan and Russian pirates over 1600 kHz and also around MW.

I visited several Greek pirates on year 2006 in Larissa. They really have big voltages!
Later I made a visit to many Serbian pirates in 2008.

Here is a page of Larissa-visit in Greece: http://www.harriku.com/larissa.htm

Harri Kujala, Naantali, SW FInland

I have seen your website, it is excellent! Did you ever find more information about the Russian pirates? We have had a lengthy discussion about them here and still not come up with a lot of information: https://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,103600.0.html
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Re: European MW loggings now on a new forum
« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2022, 1948 UTC »
About Russian pirates. I can hear those stations daily with huge signals.
I have  never contacted any and these days I do not want to hear Russian language at all.
They do the same QSO-work with each other but also play music.
They use stations names like Planeta, Kurier, Proton ,Galavok and very often they give the city-location.
They mostly operate around 1700 kHz and 3000 - 3100 kHz and these days rarely go down to 1650 kHz etc.
I have not looked the discussions in the forums here about Greek, Serbian and Russian, but I will do it later.

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Re: All MW loggings moved to new forum, back to 1 JAN 2022
« Reply #8 on: November 27, 2022, 0106 UTC »
All loggings of Mediumwave pirates back to 1 January 2022 have now been moved to the new forum.
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using a Sony ICF-2010 with an 11 meter band inverted V antenna.
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
https://archive.org/details/@shortwave_radio_archive

 


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