The signal is peaking S9+10db and I'm about 20 miles NE of downtown Denver
using a terminated Superloop antenna configured toward the SW. They're
playing a Doobie Brothers song now.

Chris

-----Original Message-----
From: irca-boun...@hard-core-dx.com
[mailto:irca-boun...@hard-core-dx.com]on Behalf Of Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Sent: Saturday, January 03, 2009 9:23 PM
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Subject: Re: [IRCA] UNID Oldies Station on 1080 kHz


How strong is the signal where you are of this mystery 1080?

KGVY was/is standards, I thought.

Paul Walker
www.onairdj.com


On 1/3/09, Chris Knight <ch...@dxclipjoint.com> wrote:
>
> There's an oldies station on 1080 clobbering KRLD. No announcements or
> voice
> of any kind heard, just non-stop oldies. My guess is either the local
> Denver
> area oldies pirate "KLTN" which has been heard on 1250, 1470, 1630, etc.
or
> KGVY or KSLL (both daytime only stations). Anyone else hearing this?
>
> Chris Knight
> Fort Lupton, Colorado
>
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