Hi Nick,

<<< I was recording from 1330UT, so will see if I can hear some of your
Chinese stations Gary. Live listening showed quite a few Chinese
from 1445UT, but except for 756 which was far better than yesterday,
none of the ones you mentioned. >>>

Yes, the Chinese really went on the warpath here after around 1430, taking over 
on 657 (way over Pyongyang), and mixing heavily with 603-HLSA. 756-CNR1 was 
also the best that I've heard it in years. Pretty hot DX to compensate for the 
frozen back yard!

Here is 603-China (Hulun Buir?) giving HLSA's easy listening music some severe 
competition around 1455
https://dreamcrafts.box.com/s/xtor3iqklph45o0oo8it1pw1afctc9f2
Here is 657-China (Henan?) after dispatching Pyongyang BS' ancient music around 
1442
https://dreamcrafts.box.com/s/ubt52jqmbw9n84v0vq3r1cz8xfg6g1kl

The times are approximate, since my digital watch had a thin coat of ice after 
having been exposed to subfreezing temperatures for about 3 hours . The Koreans 
on 603, 657 and 972 were once again very vibrant in the predawn darkness around 
1230, and continued to be very potent until the Chinese crashed their party 
around 1430. 657-China is a pretty rare visitor here, especially at this 
strength. Hope you had as much fun as I did!

Gary (finally warmed up)

> On February 13, 2018 at 9:33 AM Nick Hall-Patch <n...@ieee.org> wrote:
>
>
> I was recording from 1330UT, so will see if I can hear some of your
> Chinese stations Gary. Live listening showed quite a few Chinese
> from 1445UT, but except for 756 which was far better than yesterday,
> none of the ones you mentioned.
>
> Propagation is so variable these mornings, the fact I didn't hear
> something doesn't mean it wasn't booming in moments later as I was
> chasing something else!
>
>
>
> Nick (20C inside the house; considerably less outside, and that's
> where it will stay)
>
>
>
> At 15:32 2018-02-13, Gary DeBock wrote:
> >Wow, it's going to take some time to write up a TP-DX report for
> >this morning. Chinese stations crashed the Korean party after 1430,
> >with 657 (Henan?) pushing Pyongyang down around 1350, and 603 (Hulun
> >Buir?) pushing HLSA down around 1355. 756-CNR1 was at good strength
> >also. I assume that Nick heard exactly the same wild sunrise
> >enhancement session-- certainly worth spending some time in the
> >frozen back yard!
> >
> >
> >Gary DeBock (in 27 degree Puyallup, WA, USA)
> >
> >
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