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Author Topic: AM 1650 Khz - music loop heard faintly in midwest NA  (Read 4513 times)
AE4RV
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« Reply #15 on: November 16, 2011, 11:22:07 AM »

(Rig IC 7410, antenna 70' Inverted L up to 25')
...and obviously working well for you.
 Grin

Now, when you start to get intercom announcements from the lingerie department of a store in Johannesburg...


Haha, Wes, nice.

Actually, from the links supplied above, I think the transmitter I'm hearing isn't terribly far, a few miles maybe. And my car radio? It receives the signal at my QTH about as good as my HF rig. So, between that and the daytime AM DX that I can hear in my car, I'd say my car radio is pretty sensitive!

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KC9TNH
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« Reply #16 on: November 16, 2011, 12:00:14 PM »

(Rig IC 7410, antenna 70' Inverted L up to 25')
...and obviously working well for you.
 Grin

Now, when you start to get intercom announcements from the lingerie department of a store in Johannesburg...


Haha, Wes, nice.

Actually, from the links supplied above, I think the transmitter I'm hearing isn't terribly far, a few miles maybe. And my car radio? It receives the signal at my QTH about as good as my HF rig. So, between that and the daytime AM DX that I can hear in my car, I'd say my car radio is pretty sensitive!


LOL!  AM?  Must not be a Ford (unless you're listening with the engine off.)

Nice find.
 Cheesy
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Wes -KC9TNH
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