Baltic E skip 85-90mhz 8th june 2017

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Re: Baltic E skip 85-90mhz 8th june 2017

Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 01 Mar 2018 11:02

Your American presenter was in the second file this time. The "probably more reliable" file. :) The first file was the Swedish lady on 87.6 again.

The American OM signal was not strong enough for RDS. There's something about the audio too. It sounds like it's badly over-deviating, yet it's a 'quiet' carrier, so the distortion is not a result of over-deviation. I think this distortion suggests it could be an iTrip. The choppy signal would also back this up.

Not the answer you were probably hoping for.

I must say, I am impressed by your lack of Belmont on that signal. Seems like a fairly quiet band. You have a lot less noise than me too.

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Re: Baltic E skip 85-90mhz 8th june 2017

Post by Tim Bucknall » 01 Mar 2018 11:39

Yeah prob iTrip, I'm still curious about the program source being aired. It sounds like someone who learned American English as as second language.

I hear weird stuff , an Aussie nature documentary, Chinese PX, Balkan gypsy pop/turbofolk

Thanks , I don't know if you've noticed some of the weird interference on some of my files, I think its our microwave
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Re: Baltic E skip 85-90mhz 8th june 2017

Post by Tim Bucknall » 01 Mar 2018 11:42

Sent the Latvian file to a Latvian dxer asking about 87.6
He couldn't even hear the speech, so I prob sent wrong file again!
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Re: Baltic E skip 85-90mhz 8th june 2017

Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 01 Mar 2018 12:17

I haven'd had any problem with files on Mega, uploading or downloading. They have a slightly non-standard system with their encryption, but you just have to make sure you post the link where the encryption code is in the URL. Why not just add a suffix to your files, leaving the date and time in place?

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