AIH22 log update, December 11, 2013

Have spent a few days with examining IQ-files from the first day of my AIH22-expedition. Although conditions during the first 24 hours wasn’t too good due to a high speed stream from a corona hole, some interesting signals was received. There was a lot to hear from Asia. Quite a number of Japanese and Chinese stations was logged, and besides the two Adelaide stations 5AN-891 and 5RN-729, the Asian highlights was DWIZ Aliw Bc. Corp. on 882 kHz and Metro Bc. Corp, Hong Kong on 1044 kHz. Radio Pakistan, Lahore on 630 kHz was also noted with a local ID at 18:00 UTC.

Due to the pretty rough conditions, not much was heard from North America besides the most common stations. However, WEAV Plattsburg NY on 960 kHz was a pretty big surprise with a clear ID at 0059 UTC. From Central America / Carribbean area, WIPR “Maxima 9-40” San Juan PR, came in with a big signal on 940 kHz during the morning hours the 25th.

As usual, you find the latest updated version of the AIH-log here.

73 for now, more will come in a few days!



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 11. December 2013, in DXpeditions. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Aha, found it under the tab DXpeditions : 2012


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