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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

MONITORING REPORT FROM MELBOURNE

 
MONITORING REPORT FROM MELBOURNE 
 
Solar Activity continues to be low, with the 10.7 cm Solar Radio Flux down to 102 and the daily Equivalent Sunspot  Number falling to 50. This means that long-haul, multi-hop propagation on frequencies above about 14 MHz will continue to be unreliable over darkness or semi-darkness paths. This situation is not expected to change significantly in the immediate future.
 
However, very good propagation on 9 MHz during our pre-sunrise window is noted between 1830 and 1900, with strong signals from Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia, following the darkness zones into Melbourne from the west and north.
 
This summary shows notable frequency occupancies on February 1, 2016.
 
9370 THAILAND VOA (Deewa) Udon Pashto
9380 INDIA Nat  Network
9390 THAILAND R. Thailand Udon Thai
9400 FRANCE R . Denge Kurdistane Issoudun Kurdish
9410 UAE BBC-Dhabbaya English
9425  N. KOREA German
9485 ENGLAND VOA-Woofferton Amharic
9500 SWAZILAND TWR-Manzini English
9505 SUDAN V. of Africa Hausa
9515 KOREA REP KBS-Kimjae Korean
9525 INDONESIA VOI German
8555 S. ARABIA Arabic
9575 MOROCCO R. Medi Arabic
9615 CHINA CRI-Urumqi German
9620 INDIA Arabic
9635 ENGLAND IBRA-Woofferton Fur dialect
9645 CHINA CRI-Kun ming French
9675 S. ARABIA Turkish
9695 CHINA CRI-Kunming Bulgarian
9730 VIETNAM French
9740 KOREA REP. KBS-Kimjae Spanish
9755 VATICAN VOA-SMG Amharic
9765 GERMANY NHK-Nauen Japanese
9790 FRANCE RFI-Issoudun French
9800 FRANCE RTI-Issoudun Russian
9835 MALAYSIA RTM-Kajang Malay
9840 GERMANY RL-Lampetheim Russian
9875 N. KOREA French
9925 PHILS PBS-Tinang Tagalog
9985 SRI LANKA RFA-Iranawila Korean
  
 
 
 
 
 
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