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pe1mph AM from Holland


« on: October 20, 2018, 01:14:21 AM »

Hello AM Lovers,

This morning I awake early and listen to 80 and mw!
May I first tell you about 80?

I heard a few stations on 3885 khz, but weak signals.
It sounds like Tim, a long talker...

Then I had a talk on 3660 with F6AQK.
A pity I could not receive 9H1ES and 9H5OO from Island Malta.
Many ssb on freq....

And readers often I hear a talkstation from the USA on 1440 khz.
Sometimes I receive two....
I tried to find out which station I hear, but the USA is a big country...
A pity they mention not often the station name....
And they talk fast, a little to fast for me.
Evenso I hear this station with fading...
I enclose a recording....

After long I found those webreceiver: http://68.33.101.145:8073/

KiwiSDR: Software-defined receiver at WB4KLJ
Arlington,Virginia USA | Grid: FM18ku, ASL: 82m, [map]

There I can hear (not strong) the same audio like on my radio.

Yes I know it is difficult to find out the station I hear! Wink


Greetings,

Henk / PE1MPH
Dokkum / The Netherlands

* USA 1440 khz unknow.mp3 (244.69 KB - downloaded 23 times.)
* 1440 recording from webreceiver Virginia.mp3 (114.47 KB - downloaded 20 times.)
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« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2018, 05:33:33 PM »

Try this WebSDR and you will hear some of the best sounding AM stations in the Northeast of the United States.

http://websdr.radioassociates.com:8901/

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pe1mph AM from Holland


« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2018, 01:05:39 AM »

Try this WebSDR and you will hear some of the best sounding AM stations in the Northeast of the United States.

http://websdr.radioassociates.com:8901/



Hello,
I hear the same audio on my radio on 1440 khz and on these webreceiver:
http://k2sdr.homelinux.com:8073/

bluebison.net
KiwiSDR: Software-defined receiver at K2SDR
Sea Girt, New Jersey

Hi, hi... but sometimes I hear now 2 BC from the USA! Smiley

On your link I can not hear mw....
And this morning I heard NO AM on 3885!

Greetings,

Henk / PE1MPH

Dokkum / The Netherlands
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