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Radio Purga DRM on 11830 KHz @ 01:10 UTC, 11/20/2020.
Ron - KA7U
A new DRM frequency. Don't know if it is Cuba, but suspect it is based on frequency and signal splatter, along with the low audio. Oh, be nice, anyway, it is playing nice Latin music. Short clip here:
Rádio Nacional da Amazônia testing.
Brazil experimenting with DRM.
Budapest University of Technology is on 24/7 on 26060 kHz.
They are also running Journaline and sending pictures. Is it possible to receive these via a Kiwi?
Radio Nacional da Amazonia is on 24/7 on 11880 kHz, ex 11910 kHz.
TDF France is also testing around 1430 on 15285 kHz.
11.830 MHz, Radio Purga, mode: DRM (digital radio mondiale), antenna: 1 meter x 25 mm copper active loop antenna, receiver: KiwiSDR, location: Grid DN14lf near Weiser, ID, USA, March 18, 2021.
A blank DRM carrier from: 3205 KHz, KCBS, Pyongyang DRM (Digital), DPRK (North Korea). Receiver location Grid Square DN14lf near Weiser, Idaho, receiver KiwiSDR, Antenna 210' top dipole, Date March, 20, 2021.
Not good enough to demodulate, but neat to get it this good.
I spotted Radio France Internationale transmitting DRM on 15300kHz. Spotted monday 5.4.2021 14.57.56 +0300
Funklust.de loud (SNR sometimes over 20dB) on 15785kHz. Schedule unknown.
According to their website, they are sending 24/7, but are seemingly meant to be received only very locally in the area of Erlangen, Germany.
At my QTH abt. 500 km from them, there is NOTHING. But I tried the three most nearby Kiwis which are shown on rx.linkfanel.net and had success with two of them (http://220.127.116.11:8073/ and http://18.104.22.168:8073/), so I can confirm they were really sending at the time of my testing (abt. 14:50 UTC).