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Author Topic: Requiem for Radio WRMI 11580 am/ WBCQ 5130 am 2300 UTC 25 May 2017  (Read 896 times)

Offline Ct Yankee

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Excellent reception

2300z Requiem for Radio....An Homage to the Sackville Towers, "Pulse Decay"

http://www.amandadawnchristie.ca/requiem-for-radio/
« Last Edit: May 25, 2017, 2307 UTC by Ct Yankee »
Tecsun H501x (broadcast received on this unless noted), Zenith T/O G500, Zenith T/O Royal 7000, Emerson AR-176, Zenith 8S154, T/O 7G605 (Bomber), Tecsun PL-600, Tecsun PL-880, Zenith 5S320, Realistic DX 160 using 40 feet of copper wire.  With apologies to Senator Gramm for his thoughts on firearms, "I have more radios than I need but not as many as I want."
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I was able to hear all 4 active frequencies (there was supposed to be 5, the 5th station was listed as Boston Pirate Radio on 6850 khz but I didn't hear them at all). Really cool to listen to all 4 at the same time, which is how I listened to most of the broadcast, once I figured out that all 4 stations were actually transmitting slightly different programs. I made a quick recording on my phone.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMvs1JwrTJ4
Shelby Brant
Harrisonville, PA
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