I made half hearted attempt at listening at 15:20 when I noted on the
FishBarrel that there was still lots of action on Nick's North Flag no less.
Sadly - with my inferior 80-10 end fed (omni-directional) and E/NE Flag,
there was no trans-pacific joy for me....
apart from wispy audio on 1575 of an unknown origin.
Even as we speak there are still carriers and likely audio (for some) on
1242, 1287, 1566 and 1593! Amazing as it is 1630 hours.
I imagine that the DX at waterside western locations is now the stuff of
Drake R8 - assorted antennas...
On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 7:38 AM, Gary DeBock <d1028g...@comcast.net> wrote:
> The Chinese once again made a serious appearance this morning, although
> with another strange twist. 603-China and 657-China had both been at equal
> strength with their Korean co-channels until daybreak around 1405 , when
> they both bailed. On the other hand 639-CNR1 had been dead silent in the
> predawn darkness, but suddenly pounded in with a huge signal (and Chinese
> ID) at 1408. Go figure.
> 639 CNR1 China Synchros CNR ID ("Jung-gwo-ji-seun") and vocal music at
> potent level at 1408-- its strongest appearance all winter here
> 73 and Good DX,
> Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)
> 7.5" loopstick CC Skywave Ultralight (basic model) +
> 15" FSL antenna
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