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Author Topic: RNZI 5945 am 0912 utc 11 Aug 2019  (Read 157 times)

Offline Ct Yankee

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RNZI 5945 am 0912 utc 11 Aug 2019
« on: August 11, 2019, 0920 UTC »
Excellent reception

0912 "Band on the Run" Paul McCartney and Wings
0915 "Sing a Song" The Carpenters
« Last Edit: August 11, 2019, 0922 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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Re: RNZI 5945 am 0912 utc 11 Aug 2019
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2019, 0535 UTC »
I'll just chime in here to share my observation that RNZI on 13840, especially the last hour or so that it's on that frequency before changing to 9700 @0500, has been ringing in as clear as a local station. It's been wonderful. I think a big factor is that I observe this best with my 20m inverted V dipole which is not only situated well for signals from the South Pacific but is close to the resonant length of that frequency. But it's usually still quite good on 9700, but noticeable more fades and lower peaks. Will enjoy this as long as conditions and their choice of frequencies combine to make this work.
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