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Old 21-11-2017, 11:35   #16
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If so, tell us the step by step how do you do because ...

Here are some hints how to listen:
http://hobbyradio.se/en/drm/plotterd...ml#v21_plotter
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Old 24-11-2017, 20:13   #17
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RNZI 13840 kHz Remote KiwiSDR reception in Kaneohe, Hawaii, USA

Today's reception report via the remote KiwiSDR receiver in Hawaii - 86.37% audio decoded, 25.05 dB max SNR.

The transmission ended earlier than scheduled at 2042 UTC.
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Old 13-02-2018, 20:51   #18
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Feb 13th, 2018 partial log ... it's still there along with WWCR on 13845 kHz, probably marginal configuration, too.
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Old 19-02-2018, 01:06   #19
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Feb 18th, 2018 log ....

Broadcast received at a continental location of ~ 700 miles INLAND from the south or Gulf of Mexico, i.e. no salt water, and at a distance of ~ 7330 MILES or more than 11700 km. While the signal is the weakest, it must cover ~ 1500 continental miles to reach my interior location. Most importantly, WWCR is broadcasting on 13845 kHz and is nearly impossible to effectively null with just my magnetic loop at my location.
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Old 19-02-2018, 20:58   #20
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Feb 19th, 2018 log ... it's about as good as it will get at my location despite RNZI's inane use of 64 QAM modulation on the shortwave bands ... Only a very strong signal from RNZI will mitigate the interference from WWCR, but what will it matter anyway with 64 QAM? Answer: very little unfortunately.

Broadcast received at a continental location of ~ 700 miles INLAND from the south or Gulf of Mexico, i.e. no salt water, and at a distance of ~ 7330 MILES or more than 11700 km. While the signal is the weakest, it must cover ~ 1500 continental miles to reach my interior location. Most importantly, WWCR is broadcasting on 13845 kHz and is nearly impossible to effectively null with just my magnetic loop at my location.
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Old 02-03-2018, 01:45   #21
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Mar 1st, 2018 log ...

Broadcast received at a continental location of ~ 700 miles INLAND from the south or Gulf of Mexico, i.e. no salt water, and at a distance of ~ 7330 MILES or more than 11700 km. While the signal is the weakest, it must cover ~ 1500 continental miles to reach my interior location. Most importantly, WWCR is broadcasting on 13845 kHz and is nearly impossible to effectively null with just my magnetic loop at my location.
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Old 06-03-2018, 03:42   #22
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Mar 5th, 2018 log ...

Broadcast received at a continental location of ~ 700 miles INLAND from the south or Gulf of Mexico, i.e. no salt water, and at a distance of ~ 7330 MILES or more than 11700 km. While the signal is the weakest, it must cover ~ 1500 continental miles to reach my interior location. Most importantly, WWCR is broadcasting on 13845 kHz and is nearly impossible to effectively null with just my magnetic loop at my location.
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Old 06-03-2018, 21:06   #23
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March 6th, 2018 log ...


Broadcast received at a continental location of ~ 700 miles INLAND from the south or Gulf of Mexico, i.e. no salt water, and at a distance of ~ 7330 MILES or more than 11700 km. While the signal is the weakest, it must cover ~ 1500 continental miles to reach my interior location. Most importantly, WWCR is broadcasting on 13845 kHz and is nearly impossible to effectively null with just my magnetic loop at my location.
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