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I don't think there's a need for argument on what it was and what wasn't. Perhaps it was a brief Eskip and perhaps it was mobile TX. The fact is, whatever it was, the fading pattern is different from Es but an aggravating discussion is not necessary.
I don't know what it was, but it sounds to me like a mobile TX. Perhaps a Muslim truck driver was nearby with a mobile transmitter? I also received a similar signal, with short fadings, and the suggestion is that it was mobile TX. The recording of this reception is here https://www.youtube.com/watch...
- 09 Apr 2019 14:17
- Forum: Propagation
- Topic: Jim Bacon Sp-E talk RSGB Oct 2018 and new website
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Thanks very much for the link. I have seen a previous conversation with Jim about Sporadic-E phenomena. I will certainly watch this video once I find some spare time. Good DX, Zach
I have unmodified DEGEN DE1103 PLL version and (I feel like) Is too wide on FM band. It's decent radio for SW though. I didn't bother to modify it for FM use. Perhaps I will consider the modification in future. I also have Tecsun PL-680, which is a great little radio but lacking RDS. In fact, DEGEN ...
Although maps doesn't show anything in my area there is a local tropo still going on here. Possibly a high elevated duct refracting signals. Tacolneston booming with 40dBuV signals and Holme Moss is at 30 dBuV.
I am assuming is too strong at your QTH? :lol: I don't mid have it for some time :) Essex is still strong today. Currently listen to 106 Gem from Copt Oak. Strange because maps doesn't show anything in my area. Last night was amazing. I also had 95.4 BBC Newcastle and fair amount of low power commun...