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Author Topic: Daytime NDB DXing  (Read 1830 times)

Offline pinto vortando

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Daytime NDB DXing
« on: December 24, 2017, 0214 UTC »
Had some time to look through some NDB loggings from the past year or so with particular attention to daytime DX reception. 
For sake of discussion, day DX being anything greater than 400 miles (640 km).

329  YHN   Hornepayne  ON  459 mi
351  YKQ   Fort Rupert  QC   642 mi
360  PN     Port Menier  QC   1020 mi
366  YMW  Maniwaki  QC      436 mi
392  ML     Malbaie  QC        719 mi
407  ZHU   Montreal  QC      513 mi

Checked my logbooks since these beacons have all been heard here many times at night and during twilight but these were all daylight path, no greyline cheating.

Feel free anybody to include your best day DX if you wish.  Would be interesting to see what others have accomplished.   
Das Radiobunker somewhere in Michigan

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Re: Daytime NDB DXing
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2017, 0122 UTC »
12-25-17  early afternoon

340  YY      Mont Joli  QC   828  mi
366  YMW  Maniwaki  QC   436 mi
« Last Edit: December 27, 2017, 0152 UTC by pinto vortando »
Das Radiobunker somewhere in Michigan

 

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