AIH22 log update, December 22

Phooh! It was hard work, but now it’s done! I’m now finished with examining the recording from the last 2,5 hours of the AIH22 Expedition. Today I examined the spectra between 530 and 790 kHz. Although there was a lot of familiar signals and callsigns heard, I noticed quite a number of stations that I’ve never heard before, such as WAYY Eau Claire WI-790, WJR Detroit MI-750, WSB Atlanta GA-750, CFZM Toronto ON-740, XEX Estadio W Cd. de México-730, CKDM Dauphin MB-730, WLW Cincinatti OH-700, CKOM Saskatoon SK-650, WSM Nashville TN-650, CFMJ Toronto ON-640, CKRM Regina SK-620, KSJB Jamestown ND-600, WMT Cedar Rapids IA-600, WEZE Boston MA-590, XEAV Canal 58 Guadalajara-580, WNAX Yankton SD-570, KMON Great Falls MT-560, WSAU Wausau WI-550 and CBGA Matane QC-540.

Quite a nice bunch of new ones, where I rank KSJB-MT, WMT-IA and WNAX-SD as the best ones, with XEAV Canal 58 Guadalajara and WEZE-MA as very close runner-ups.

Well, that was 2,5 hours. Still got 70+ hours to go. So many Terabytes, so little time… 😉

The latest updated version of the AIH22 log is found here.

73’s de Hans


About Hans

Male. 50 years young. DX:er since 1980. In September 2011 I moved up to Vardø on Vardøya Island (EU-141) to start working as manager for the Coast Radio station in Vardø. I feel very lucky to have this opportunity to work with the thing that I think is the most interesting in the whole world - Radio! My main interest is, yeah - you guessed right: Radio. I'm a ham radio operator, holding the callsign LA2MOA. My main radio interests is low power operation and low band DXing on the amateur bands, but also mediumwave and tropical band DX-listening. I'm also interested in angling, fly-fishing and fly-tying. The area around Vardø offers some great opportunities to do all of this. And, since I'm of swedish origin, I'm also madly interested in ice-hockey and since 35 years I'm a hardcore supporter of Rögle BK in Ängelholm - one of the few really true hockey clubs left in Sweden.

Posted on 22. December 2012, in DX, DXpeditions. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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