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These are frequencies that unlicensed operators use for their local contacts, using conventional tranceivers. You will find them on:- 6630 to 6725 LSB- 3435 to 3485 LSB- 1610 to 1750 AM. This is a band that many greek radio-operators use to test their AM (MW) equipments, using sometimes several KW for transmission and during the night hours their transmissions are heard from many europian countries. You will also find operators from other countries (FYROM, Russia etc).
Receiveing AM Stereo using IQ mode of Kiwi and SODIRA (http://www.dsp4swls.de/sodira/sodiraeng.html)Tune to a Kiwi, near to an AM Stereo station (http://meduci.com/stations.html). Select the frequency in IQ modeSet VAC as your default sound card.Open SoDiRa and set it up as follows:- Configuration -> Input = VAC, Native Receiever - Using (checked) as Soundcard I/Q data || Output = pc sound card- Switch to Demod/Decoding -> "Broadcast" and then select AM StereoSome examples:- http://gnss.0am.jp:8073/?f=1242.00iqz7 .... JOLF - 1242 KHz, AM STEREO - Tokyo, Japan (Nippon Hoso)- http://184.108.40.206:8073/?f=1220.00iqz5 .... WSLM - 1220 AM STEREO - Salem, INPlease confirm other AM stereo stations.