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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Monitoring Research - 11 MHz

Propagation into Melbourne during the mid-afternoon period on 11 MHz
continues to be very good, with super-strong longpath signals from Europe,
Africa, and the Middle East, and shortpath from Asia and Americas.

This is a summary of spectrum occupancies for selected transmissions from
those regions in the window 0400 to 0500, as monitored from a field site at
Fifth Hill, Warrandyte State Park, 20 km east of central Melbourne, on
August 18, 2010, using the Eton E5 and 3m random antenna.
11605 S. AFRICA RFI-Meyerton French (0515)
11660 IRAN VOIRI Arabic
11690 S. AFRICA R. Okapi, Meyerton, French
11720 VIETNAM East Sea service, Vietnamese
11805 ABU DHABI Sudan BS, Dhabbaya, Arabic
11815 BRAZIL R. Brasil Central
11820 CYPRUS BBC-Limassol Arabic
11930 BELARUS R. Minsk Belarusian
11940 IRAN VOIRI Dari
11960 JORDAN Amman to 0500* Arabic
11980 TURKEY VOT Turkish
12005 TUNISIA Arabic
12015 CYPRUS BBC-Limmasol Somali
12025 CYPRUS BBC-Limassol Russian
12045 ABU DHABI DW-Dhabayya English

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Bob Padula

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