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Author Topic: YHWH 7475 AM 0200 UTC 20 MAR 2023  (Read 580 times)

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YHWH 7475 AM 0200 UTC 20 MAR 2023
« on: March 20, 2023, 0213 UTC »
S9+10 with the KFS Omni KiwiSDR.

0200 UTC-Josiah preaching
0252 UTC-Program cut off, dead air, then OFF
« Last Edit: March 20, 2023, 0253 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
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Re: YHWH 7475 AM 0200 UTC 20 MAR 2023
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2023, 0219 UTC »
0218 UTC

very weak in NEPA

Can hear talking
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Re: YHWH 7475 AM 0200 UTC 20 MAR 2023
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2023, 0241 UTC »
Just barely audible at the peaks here near Seattle as of 0240 UTC.
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Re: YHWH 7475 AM 0200 UTC 20 MAR 2023
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2023, 0244 UTC »
YHWH is coming through for periods of a minute or so. I can't understand what is being said, but I can hear it being spoken. For YHWH this is really good.

I'm using a Wellbrook 1530+.

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Do you remember KMUD? They transmitted from the same hunk of desert as YHWH. The equinoxes were about the only time you could hear them this side of the Mississippi. That's a lot of dirt, rock, and, mountains for a weak signal to cover. KMUD ran 20 watts of blistering AM.

I don't think I logged them. You could get Ca. if the operator had a full meg of power like KDED had. He got reports from Alaska. :o

« Last Edit: March 21, 2023, 0050 UTC by blw »
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Re: YHWH 7475 AM 0200 UTC 20 MAR 2023
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2023, 2045 UTC »
YHWH is coming through for periods of a minute or so. I can't understand what is being said, but I can hear it being spoken. For YHWH this is really good.

I'm using a Wellbrook 1530+.

Do you remember KMUD? They transmitted from the same hunk of desert as YHWH. The equinoxes were about the only time you could hear them this side of the Mississippi. That's a lot of dirt, rock, and, mountains for a weak signal to cover. KMUD ran 20 watts of blistering AM.

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Re: YHWH 7475 AM 0200 UTC 20 MAR 2023
« Reply #5 on: March 20, 2023, 2049 UTC »
YHWH is coming through for periods of a minute or so. I can't understand what is being said, but I can hear it being spoken. For YHWH this is really good.

I'm using a Wellbrook 1530+.

Do you remember KMUD? They transmitted from the same hunk of desert as YHWH. The equinoxes were about the only time you could hear them this side of the Mississippi. That's a lot of dirt, rock, and, mountains for a weak signal to cover. KMUD ran 20 watts of blistering AM.

I heard KMUD once on a KiwiSDR in British Columbia and that was his last broadcast. I hugely regret not recording it or trying to hear it on my own radio, I will probably never get another chance. The operator seemed to have lost intertest in HF. I have tried every method possible to contact him but no luck.
« Last Edit: March 20, 2023, 2052 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
Lucas Bandura
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Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using an SDRPlay RSP1A for SWL with a 40 meter band Inverted V at 40 feet. Kenwood TS-570D for ham use.
My website: https://swl7.wordpress.com/
Shortwave Radio Archive: https://www.youtube.com/@SW_Archive
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