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500 km is too close for 15+ MHz.
Back in their days as bitXpres on 15896 kHz I actually heard them here in New Zealand, though only a few seconds of decoding. Still one of my best DRM catches ever though. 15785 is a much worse frequency with CRI on it :-(
And at 06:05 UTC even some signs of it again here in NZ, battling it's way through CRI!
Disclaimer - this is on my old FRG-100 not my Kiwi's 😀
In Kotka, Finland, about 1500km from Erlangen the reception is good 😁
Awesome, thanks for the feedback! Obviously I misinterpreted my observations and what I read on their webpage. Sorry.
Decoded from Masset today at 19:19 UTC 29 September. Non-stop music. I'm pleased with this catch at approximately 7978 km. Power?
Re Radio Purga. After a flurry of activity a couple of months ago, I've heard absolutely nothing from them recently, despite checking regularly. Disappointing!
Was 100W in the past.
Pyongyang 3205 signs off at 18:00 sharp. Confirmed this week on Tuesday via my Masset Kiwi site.
6040 kHz Radio Romania International @ 22:55 UTC
3965 kHz Radio France International @ 23:22 UTC
7220 kHz RRI Galbeni strong DRM signal at 05:00 UTC today in Moscow:
I can see Radio Romania International's DRM signal on 7220 kHz on my waterfall (0507 UTC) but it's much too weak to decode. (This is par for the course here in San Diego. Only occasionally can I decode any DRM signals, though a few are often visible if I look around.) The decoder can't even sync, but I can tell it's DRM by looking at the waterfall:
WINB Red Lion 15750kHz, 16th March 2022, 1445UTC. Too weak to get full audio.
Why is this left and right side different look?
Maybe it is some military signal covering the lower half of WINB´s DRM. There are all sorts of strange signal nowadays.
Scroll down through the thread for the explanation.
see also a discussion earlier: