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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

9 MHz action

I did some research in the 9 MHz area on Jan 29, 2013,  in the 2230-2300 window.
Several long-path signals from the Americas, many Chinese Dragons, and an appearance of SOH (Taiwan) .
9350 USA WWCR  English
9370 USA WWRB English
9395 MARIANAS RFA-Tinian Korean
9405 PHILS FEBC Chinese
9520 GREECE VOG Greece
9480 USA WTWW English
9555 S.ARABIA Arabic
9565 USA R. Marti Greenville
9620 GERMANY NHK-Wertachtal Japanese
9635 TAIWAN SOH Chinese
9730 CHINA CNR5 Amoy
9750 ARMENIA VOR – Yerevan Portuguese
9755 THAILAND VOA-Udorn Chinese
9775 IRAN IRIB Malay
9780 MARIANAS RFA Chinese
9790 ROMANIA RRI Spanish
9835 GERMANY RFA-Lampertheim Tibetan – interesting freq usage
9835 MALAYSIA RTVM-Kajang Malay (xed Germany)
9855 ABU DHABI RA-Dhabbaya English
9890 ABU DHABI RA-Dhabbaya Indonesian
Melbourne's Chinatown
Melbourne's Chinatown was established during the Victorian gold rush in 1851 when Chinese prospectors joined the rush in search of gold. It is notable for being the oldest Chinatown in Australia, the oldest continuous Chinese settlement in Australia, and the second longest continuous Chinese settlement in the western world, only because San Francisco's Chinatown was nearly, but not completely destroyed by the 1906 earthquake.
In 2010, the ground floor of the Chinese Museum was remodelled as a visitor centre for Melbourne's Chinatown. In 2011, a Memorial statue of Dr Sun Yat-sen was unveiled outside the Museum's entrance in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China. The traditional Chinese New Year Lion Dance has always ended at this spot, but will now end with a blessing of the statue.

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