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DNB April so far...
« on: April 08, 2019, 0720 UTC »
These DNB's were logged in early April, many of these are regulars and are heard each night/morning so not too difficult to check, just remember they have a four minute "key off" cycle.  Best time would be before and after Grey Line and any time during darkness.

They are not all weak signals either, some are up to 569 report here, generally they are around 419 to 529 report.


1.752  CW  PO3     0825z  04 Apr 19 (regular ex March)                         2.235  CW  XY1     0843z  04 Apr 19
1.750  CW  3NRS   0831z  04 Apr 19                                                     2.280  CW  ZV6     0838z  05 Apr 19
1.768  CW  FY5      0930z  04 Apr 19                                                    2.290  CW  UX9     1029z  04 Apr 19
1.782  CW  PO8     0902z  05 Apr 19 (regular ex March)                         2.315  CW  BG5     0816z  04 Apr 19
1.790  CW  GA7     0926z  04 Apr 19                                                     2.230  CW  IZ2     0807z  05 Apr 19
1.817  CW  TTT      0854z  04 Apr 19 (misfiring for over three weeks)      2.352  CW  LC3     0812z  (Transmitting continuous 07th & 08th April, no key off)
1.822  CW  LR0     0900z  05 Apr 19 (regular ex March)                          2.403  CW  CF3    0815z   (regular since March)
                                                                                                          2.431  CW  WM5  0745z  05 Apr 19
2.006  CW  BD0     1457z  04 Apr 19                                                     2.505  CW  EJ7    0830z  05 Apr 19 (regular since March)
2.022  CW  DW9    0852z  05 Apr 19                                                     2.525  CW  FC0   0825z  04 Apr 19 (regular since March)
2.059  CW  DA8     0847z  04 Apr 19                                                     2.537  CW  AI3    0903z  04 Apr 19 (regular/daily since March)
2.070  CW  XK4     0849z  05 Apr 19                                                     2.565  CW  DN3   0824z  04 Apr 19 (near daily since March)
2.079  CW  DP3     1056z  04 Apr 19                                                     2.569  CW  PH3   1424z  05 Apr 19
2.079  CW  EL7      1054z  04 Apr 19                                                    2.575  CW   BN5  1046z  04 Apr 19
2.108  CW  WI2     0830z  06 Apr 19 (regular ex March)                         2.589  CW  PV3   1039z  04 Apr 19 (regular since March)
2.138  CW  ST3     0859z  04 Apr 19                                                     2.595  CW  EM1   0850z  04 Apr 19
2.153  CW  AFVEE  1020z  05 Apr 19 (regular ex March)                         2.597  CW  XP5   0851z  04 Apr 19
2.165  CW  HH3    0852z   04 Apr 19                                                     2.609  CW  CC6  0811z  05 Apr 19
2.206  CW  ZW6    0926z  05 Apr 19                                                     2.639  CW  ZN9  0725z  04 Apr 19
                                                                                                         2.649  CW  UW3  0915z  04 Apr 19

The DNB's are not difficult to track, during March I logged around 131 unique calls between 1.7 and 2.7MHz so it's not all that hard. :)

Any one on the east coast of USA, Canada or in Asia hearing the above please post... 8)
« Last Edit: April 08, 2019, 0734 UTC by Looking-Glass »
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