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HM01 11635 KHZ 1800utc 08/22/2013
« on: August 22, 2013, 1827 UTC »
HM01 11635 KHZ 1800utc 08/22/2013 SIG S4-S6 (vry poor rx)

Noise level here has increased and propagation is very poor on most frequencies at this time.

The morning started out well with me hearing a few CBers (27MHZ) from Jamaica but didn't hold up here.

Check the dx-cluster and it looks dismal for the US but the EU seems to be going well.

I also noticed a slight (a few milliseconds ie: rec1 vs rec2) delay on the signal, vertical vs horizontal with the signal being received on the horizontal first... a random thing I guess, lay it off to the propagation conditions.

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