Asian results here were very similar to yesterday's session, with the usual
Japanese and Korean big guns showing up but with very little else. Dennis'
second tier Japanese avoided this area (fairly typical) and the DU's showing up
in Victoria never managed a trace here (of course).
The usual NHK and Korean regulars on 594. 693, 747, 774, 828, 972, 1053 and
1566 all managed good peaks in and out from 1300-1400, with the 1053-Jammer and
1566-HLAZ the strongest of the bunch around 1340 (very good). 1134-JOQR also
joined the Japanese regulars for a brief time from 1330-1345 at a fair level,
while weak audio from a presumed 738-Tahiti (looping southwest) showed up
around the 1400 TOH. The only somewhat unusual signal this morning was weak
audio on 639 from a presumed CNR1 around 1355, which seemed rather odd in
consideration of the general lack of Chinese signals. Overall the session was
pretty lackluster, but low expectations are probably the key to contentment at
this mediocre location.
73 and Good DX,
Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)
7.5" loopstick C.Crane Skywave Ultralight +
15" FSL antenna
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