Saturday, January 31, 2009
Thursday, January 29, 2009
680 is not an easy frequency in Northen Norway due to KBRW Barrow, AK witch is very dominate. But during AND2 in January/February 2007 KNBR was heard with a fair signal one morning. Today Chuck Bullett, Director of Engineering verified my report in a e-mail.
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
XECPN was heard with a good signal on AND4. Received a e-mail verification this evening.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
WEZS was heard with a good signal just before they switch to night time power during AND2. I have tried several times to send them a report but my mails was comming back. So, I tried my hotmail account and finaly afther just some hours Gary Hammond verified my report.
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
AND4 is 5 days old. Unfortunately the internet connection is not the best so I have problems to upload info every day. But, so far conditions are EXELENT. Stations fade in before 2100 UTC and stay as long as after 1700. (The main Alaska stations and CFFB 1230) are almost 24h. Cx is very wide and it's hard to hear new stations "on location". I guess all the TB with recordings will give us some goodies this time also. After a windy weekend the weather is good. Around -5 degrees C. The crew is in good shape!
Thursday, January 08, 2009
Wednesday, January 07, 2009
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
Phil Rivera is a good gay. Today he also verified my report to WMOU 1230. (See also WLTN 1400). WMOU belongs to the same company as WLTN and WMOU's FM station is located in Littelton, NH. Phil have send me a couple of sound samples from WMOU. A bit better strengh than we heard WMOU at AND3:-)
We heard some very nice California stations during AND3. One of them was KXO 1230. In a mail Caroll Buckley kindly verified my report. KXO is one of the oldest comercial stations in USA. They started in 1927. "El Centro - Where the sun spends the winter"!
Monday, January 05, 2009
HAPPY NEW YEAR to my readers! One morning we had very good propagation to the north east corner of USA. WFAS was a stations witch was heard a couple of times with nice ID's. Bob Barnum, Program Director kindly verified my report today. First QSL in 2009! Thank you.