Many dxers have been reporting this one during UK afternoons recently. This is how it was sounding just after local sunset in western coastal Wirral Sunday 17 January 2021. Note sideband shapes and notch on 684 kHz to enhance audio fidelity. Perseus SDR/native software/Wellbrook 1530LNP
5 January 2021 saw a solar blow-out which started impacting MF around 04.00z. However before that conditions became enhanced. Never heard Winnipeg’s CJOB as loud as this:
Couple of hours earlier there was a bit of a mystery on 1250 kHz. Is the first station CJYE/CJOY 1250? I can’t transcribe correctly the words after “I’m Dave Pike.” Then do we have a fade and another religious station comes up and goes through TOTH without ID?
Bit of a strange one. I presumed Arcadia Florida’s WCXS relaying WHFS 1010 kHz with its moneytalk branding and FM frequencies 92.1 and 103.1. Arcadia is around 35 miles from Tampa Bay. However thanks to JF it’s actually WSAR Fall River MA with an ID just after the recording stops.
It’s the North American MF DX season of course and this morning saw some Prairies action with CFRY 920 kHz
While Newfoundland’s VOCM was very strong at midnight on 590 kHz.
Been a while since I posted (yet again) and a very belated Happy New Year to whoever reads this…
MF has been rubbish for couple of months or so but with the Euro shut-down of France/Germany and Luxembourg MF stations some more DX becomes possible. The morning of 1 February had some very interesting conditions towards Latin America and I logged my first Nicaraguan: See how Radio Maranatha was sounding on this clip –
First time round with NR and second without. ID is “Rios de Agua Viva” – see http://moladx.blogspot.com.es/2013/04/yna3rm-1440-khz-radio-maranatha-managua.html for more details and thanks to JF and MMS for the tip and ID.