Friday, February 29, 2008
A most welcome QSL just arrived in my "inbox" from KSFB. V/s Toni Berry apologize for taking a long time to respond to my report but he has been in the middle of a fundraising drive for KSFB. The station is a non profit station belonging to Immaculate Heart Radio since just before Christmas 2007. Thank you Toni for a very nice QSL!
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Monday, February 25, 2008
Friday, February 22, 2008
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
Very nice e-mail with a "QSL-letter" attached from Dave Johnson, Dir. of Engineering verified my AND2 report today. Dave also attached some photos from one of the studios, the transmitter and 3 of the impressive 6 towers antenna system. Thank you for a very nice verification Dave.
This station was heard with a good signal during the KONG14 expedition in 2006. I have tried several times to get a QSL and finaly Lic. Luis Domingo Álvares, Jefe de Informacion y Opinión verified my report with a nice e-mail in English. He also attached a "AM Center" logo. Thanks to OJS for the v/s info.
Saturday, February 16, 2008
Friday, February 15, 2008
KDWN was heard one morning with a fair signal during AND2 expedition. KOTZ Kotzebue, AK is very dominate up north so it was nice to hear this one. Stephen Rutherford verified my report with a mail today and also promissed a verification via mail.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Monday, February 11, 2008
Friday, February 08, 2008
Thursday, February 07, 2008
WASR was one of my best catches during AND2. The station poped up with a clear identification at 2200 UTC February 1st. This opening "came out of nothing" and last for only 10 minutes. Joe Collie, General Manager verified my report yesterday with a e-mail. He also attached WASR information profile and coverage map. Thank you Joe for one of my better NA verifications.
From January 24th - February 3rd another DX-pedition took place at Andoya. GS, JA, TBV and my self had some nice days at this nice place for DX-ing. Conditions was not superb but some days was good. The evening/night conditions was dominated with stations from Brazil and La Plata. The mornings was good to North America and the afternoons was good to Alaska and Northen Provinces of Canada. On the evening of the February 1st the band suddenly open up for 10 minutes around 2200 UTC. Stations from the northeast states of US (MA/ME/NH) poped up on several frequencies ex.: WBIX 1060, WGAM 1250, WASR 1420 (Daytimer!) and WGIP 1540. A lot of nice station is heard and we have a lot of recordings to go trough!
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
NEW PROVINCE! CFWH was heard with a very good signal as late as 1615 UTC on January 28th 2008 AND2. (I will write more about this expedition later). Conditions was excelent towards Alaska and Yukon this afternoon! Janet Pacey, Senior Communication Officer, CBC North verified my report with a e-mail this evening. Thanks to Jan Alvestad for submitting her adresse and to Janet for a new one!
Monday, February 04, 2008
WOOD is one of the more common stations. Heard several times up north. But, it wasn't before I heard them during my "Mountain DX" here in southern Norway last September I sent them a report. E-mail from Don Missad received January 29th verified my report. He say in his mail that WOOD is running 20.5 KW into a 4 tower antenna system. Their main lobe is to the north.