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Author Topic: Montreal Rose 5010 USB was AM 1427 UTC 2 Feb 2018  (Read 1239 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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Montreal Rose 5010 USB was AM 1427 UTC 2 Feb 2018
« on: February 02, 2018, 1428 UTC »
1427 Carrier on and off, Relay Station 5010 getting ready for a show?
1437 Bryan Adams "Run To You", SIO 444
1447 ID by synth YL and OM, tough to decipher, but I think I got it.
1448 Off? Seem so.
« Last Edit: February 02, 2018, 1452 UTC by ChrisSmolinski »
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Re: UNID 5010 USB was AM 1427 UTC 2 Feb 2018
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2018, 1441 UTC »
Something there now in USB. Weak signal into N. Maryland.
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Re: Montreal Rose 5010 USB was AM 1427 UTC 2 Feb 2018
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2018, 1618 UTC »
i will give kudos and credit to the OP who did broadcast at this frequency as im quite sure their VSWR was not that good and was difficult to match with a tuner.
i built my antenna specifically to operate at 5010Khz,  so you can imagine the length of it - it is full wave - i use no tuners.
the antenna bandwidth is 50Khz with a refection of zero watts at 50 watts carrier.
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Re: Montreal Rose 5010 USB was AM 1427 UTC 2 Feb 2018
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2018, 1853 UTC »
 8)  I was out, but I see somebody did ID Montreal Rose.. aka Tokyo Rose haha
Well, that station supports a couple of sometime networks and her own. So, I look forward to getting more from that freaquency.
I would advise ops in US don't trust sleeping dogs (you know who). Change frequencies, do not use kw power except on very special occasions, keep programs brief and never  come back night after night on same channel.
You will be like the Tuna Fish Charlie caught in the net.
I short do not trust, use common sense, not too much smoke for a long transmission. ( I would also say, the FCC budget is dragging and they do not do their paid work fighting telephone and inter net crime. They go for the easy stuff. :-X
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Re: Montreal Rose 5010 USB was AM 1427 UTC 2 Feb 2018
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2018, 1917 UTC »
not meaning to get off topic but its my experience the FCC is more interested in what brings them dollars and that would be commercial FM radio stations who deliver the cash to them to hunt down the FM pirates who allegedly take a "bite" out of the commercial FM listeners and their advertisement revenue.
the additional priority of the FCC is to combat radio transmissions that cause "harmful" interference brought on by complaints.
if you operate a clean low power transmitter on shortwave and do not cause interference to anyone and anything, you should be okay, choose a frequency that is known not to be occupied during your broadcast times and stay within the audio band pass of that frequency to avoid bleeding over to the audio band pass of adjacent frequencies that may be occupied, in my case it is radio rebelde at 5025Khz which uses 10Khz audio band pass (ends at the LSB 5015Khz) and WWV at 5Mhz which apparently uses 5Khz audio band pass (ends at the USB 5005Khz) which leaves +/- 5Khz usable audio band pass at 5010Khz.
Old Time Radio at 6770Khz is an example of this.
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