It took quite a long time to go over the recordings from just 1410 to 1420UT this morning; I sort of felt like a deer in the headlights of a Great Wall truck, or perhaps a fleet of them. Usual disclaimer under these conditions that I must have missed a ton of them, multiple signals on various channels, sit on one channel and wait for them to fade in, etc. etc.
pretty darn good audio (all of it understandable by a native speaker, at least briefly): 594 JOAK man in Japanese 1450UT; still traces of audio after 1600UT 774 JOUB English lessons 1436UT 828 JOBB man in Portuguese 1453UT 954 JOKR man in Japanese 1412UT, just owning the space between 950 and 960kHz 972 HLCA man in Korean 1411UT; something else underneath. Still pretty good signal at 1539UT with slow oriental music and man in Korean Reasonable audio at times during the period (much of it understandable by a native speaker, though often battling w/splash or noise): 558 HLQB pop music //603 (which was poorer) 1414UT 666 JOBK man in Japanese //594 1412UT 693 JOAB English lessons 1414UT 747 JOIB English lessons 1411UT 819 N. Korea man in Korean 1414UT into orchestral music 1417UT; pips at 1430UT. But no other N. Koreans logged. 891 JOHK woman in Japanese //567 1419UT, biggest NHK1 at this time 981 CNR1 music from plucked instrument, man in Chinese 1413UT 1242 JOLF pop vocal 1442UT, 1323 CRI woman in Russian //963 1422UT ; still doing a nice job at 1525UT 1422 JORF man and woman in Japanese 1435UT 1566 HLAZ man in Chinese 1444UT; but kept coming back and was still quite readable at 1545UT not so reasonable audio, occasional words or phrases in splash or noise could be understood by a native speaker: 531 JOQG NHK1 interlude music 1415UT 603 HLSA soft music //558 1414UT, mostly underpowered today, and mixing with who knows what 639 CNR1 various times and various parallels, but didn't amount to much today 738 Taiwan Fisheries, woman in Chinese 1411UT 945 CNR1 man and woman in Chinese //1098 1525UT, but heard at this strength a number of times earlier 963 CRI woman in Russian //1323 1422UT 1116 woman in Chinese 1413UT CNR5? 1134 KBS man talking Korean 1425UT 1188 JOKP man in Japanese //1411UT 1287 JOHR man in Japanese, then pop music 1537UT was its strongest appearance, nearly an hour after local sunrise 1575 VoA noted Yankee Doodle at 1530UT, quite weak, but earlier it reached this strength at various times with man/woman in SE Asian language 1593 CNR1 man and woman //945 1450UT Burbles in the splatter and noise (if lucky, language might be guessed at by cadence of talk, or parallel established by changes in talk or music) 603 man talking, Chinese intonation 1444UT 621 man talking, Chinese intonation 1419UT 711 pop vocals 1418UT Korea? 846 NHK1 synchros man talking //567 1411UT 909 man talking sounded Chinese 1416UT 918 woman talking, maybe Chinese 1414UT; big carrier again, but little audio 945 NHK1 synchros, interlude music u/CNR1 1414UT 999 man talking, sounded Chinese 1422UT, also 1411UT 1035 quiet orchestral music, then woman singing, not //945 1417UT; no idea 1089 orchestral music,1454UT, CNR6? still audio traces at 1552UT 1098 CNR1 man talking //945 1439UT, but someone else there also; quite a mess 1143 Taiwan Fisheries woman talking //738 1444UT and 1423UT; earlier logging had someone else there also 1179 man talking Chinese intonation 1411UT 1215 CNR1 light stringed music, talk by man 1411UT //945 1224 woman talking Chinese intonation 1413UT; if anything on this channel in the past, it was NHK1 1242 unID. woman talking, sounded Chinese rather than usual Japanese 1516UT 1251 CNR1 man talking //945 1419UT; extreme minimalist DXing revealed this again 1536UT, quite poor with man talking, //6125 1305 unID soft music 1417UT 1503 JOUK man talking //594 1456UT 1557 man and woman talking 1446U, Chinese intonation, but did not match up with RTI's web stream Strongish het, no or "near imaginary" audio (either undermodulated or ravaged by splatter) 702 765 855 864 891 909 936 1008 1017 1053 1107 1161 1206 1251 1269 1278 1314 1341 1359 1386 1494 seemed to be Asian; 846 seemed to be DU best wishes, Nick Nick Hall-Patch Victoria, BC Canada _______________________________________________ IRCA mailing list IRCA@hard-core-dx.com http://montreal.kotalampi.com/mailman/listinfo/irca Opinions expressed in messages on this mailing list are those of the original contributors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the IRCA, its editors, publishing staff, or officers For more information: http://www.ircaonline.org To Post a message: email@example.com