Thank you Gary. John told me DU reception was possible here, especially around
the equinoxes. He mentioned 5AN-891 should be one of the easiest. But that's
difficult due to nearby KTLR-890, (1 kW) Oklahoma City, as well as 50 kW
powerhouse 50 kW WLS is often heard after sunrise here. It does kick up one
hell of a heterodyne many mornings. John and Kirk Allen were avid Indonesia
tropical band DXers.
I doubt DU reception would be possible on a barefoot ULR. It needs a good
antenna such as a FSL. Yesterday I heard JOUB on the same SRF-T615 used to
hear it the first time in 2008. The signal was better than then.
The best of DX to you.
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