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Friday, January 7, 2011

New edition of "Sounds of Shortwave" audio feature now available for download

The new edition of "Sounds of Shortwave" may now be downloaded. It is a 15
min audio compilation of off-air signals from Asia, as monitored here in
Melbourne on January 6, 2011, in the early afternoon, 0300 to 0400 UTC.

It includes many signals propagating via the Summer Daytime Specialized Mode
on 9 MHz and 11 MHz, over daytime paths of up to 11,000 km!

My narrative indicates the frequency, time, station name, country and
language for each signal, as well as propagation information.

The actual monitoring site was in the Pound Bend Reserve, Warrandyte State
Park, 20 km east of central Melbourne, using the little Eton E5 receiver and
5 m of random antenna in a gum tree.

The recordings were made into my Nokia mobile phone, then transferred and
converted into .MP3 files.

Comments and reactions would be appreciated, which ca be posted at the site,
which is the Australian Internet Radio Service, at

http://adxr.podbean.com/

Regards from Melbourne!

Bob Padula

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