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Author Topic: 13358 kHz Signal 2100 UTC 10April 2017  (Read 2293 times)
Traveling Wave
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« on: April 10, 2017, 2115 UTC »

Can anyone identify the current signal on 13358 KHz. On AM it sounds like on then off buzzing, on LSB it has a ringing tone. The signal is S7 in WNY.
2325 UTC - Tone of signal more like ringing on AM, on LSB it has changed to a deep tone. Signal S5 in WNY.
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Location: Western New York
Radio :TS480 with RTL-SDR pan-adapter, Zenith T/O R600
Antenna: 40m dipole, 20-17-15 meter fan dipole
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« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2017, 0652 UTC »

Will have a look for it, could be military operated for alignment and adjustment purposes.  In which case, it would not be 24 hours seven days. What beam heading do you get it best on? Chinese and Korean military pop up with all sorts of weird things in this region... Huh
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Grid Square:  QF56dj.

Yaesu FT-2000D & Tecsun S-2000 to 310 feet of wire, and a multi band vertical of dubious reliability.
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« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2017, 1922 UTC »

Receiving the signal on an omnidirectional fan dipole so I cannot give you a beam heading.
I have provided a screen shot of the signal.


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« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2017, 2255 UTC »

Nothing there this morning on 13.358MHz at 1745-1820z, nothing at all, propagation hasn't been all that good either. 

However, last night from 0825-1020z I heard a weak CW station on 13.358MHz, very weak, only getting odd letters and some other crud from 13.359MHz up to a two on the meter.  Deep fade outs so not high powered.

Will investigate further.  No time signal or anything else other than mentioned above. 
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Mount Piddington, NSW, Australia 3,654 feet ASL (127kms west of Sydney)

Grid Square:  QF56dj.

Yaesu FT-2000D & Tecsun S-2000 to 310 feet of wire, and a multi band vertical of dubious reliability.
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« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2017, 1255 UTC »

An audio recording of this signal might help ID it.

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