Opposite coast DX targets

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Re: Opposite coast DX targets

Postby Toomas Losin » Sun Mar 16, 2014 8:30 pm

Thanks for the reminder about the test. Propagation willing, tones or CW at 10 kW ND from Texas have a good chance of being audible in the mix.

Propagation has been Alaska-friendly for a few days; my benchmark stations KICY 850 and SQM 529 have been heard nightly.

Tonight on 1330 in the Lower Mainland I hear KXXJ Juneau IDing every few minutes with "1330 KXJ". CJYM Rosetown is beneath with a similar format, which is confusing as they fade in and out; I heard a weak ID from it as "classic hits 1330 CJYM". There was a top of the hour ID at 20:00 PDT from KXXJ and there may have been an ID from CJYM too but it was lost beneath KXXJ. No idea if KKPZ Portland is in there too. Oh, the ever-present QRM bleeding over from CHMB 1320 is there too.
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