AIH22 log update, January 2, 2014
Well, the work with examining IQ-files from the AIH22-expedition continues. Recently, I have listened through some files from the morning hours and early afternoon, November 25. Although conditions wasn’t very good, I found some nice signals from the US, Canada and Alaska: KCJB Minot ND-910, CKBI Prince Albert SK-900 and CHAB Moose Jaw-800 was new ones for me, although not really any rare catches, and from Alaska KCHU Valdez-770, KBBI Homer-890, KSRM Soldotna-920 and KSLD Soldotna-1140 were all new additions to the AIH22 log. A rather funny curiosity was that I, for the first time in my 33 years as a DX:er, managed to copy an ID from BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal on 990 kHz – And this happened at the same time as when the signals from Alaska was at their best!
The early afternoon produced some nice signals from Asia and the Far East. Stations worth noting: Shandong RGD-1548, Chifeng RGD-1512, TPBS Shenghuo Pindao, Yangliuqing-1386, Taizhou RGD-1341, Nei Menggu RGD Mongol Sce.-1152, Liaoning Zonghe Guangbo-1089, Hulun Buir RGD Mongyol-954, Liaoning RGD Rural-927, HLKR KBS1, Gangneung-864 and Hubei RGD, Wuhan-774 with a massive signal at 14:00 UTC.
Tomorrow I will work through a couple of files recorded around 15:40 UTC. Perhaps there will be some NHK-stations with nice local ID’s, we’ll see.
As usual, the last updated AIH22-log is found here.