Some moron on up on 7295 broadcasting a chant, arabic, indian language I dunno

Discussion in 'On-Air Operations - Q&A' started by K9MOG, Aug 17, 2017.

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  1. AA5CT

    AA5CT Ham Member QRZ Page

    These are rather apparent to the trained eye: A 4 x 4 set of (an array of) horizontal 'folded' dipoles on either side of a "screen" (that is between the two sets of dipoles.) The diagonals (diagonal steel arm structures) appear to support the 'screen'

    The horizontal wires in the screen can be seen better in this photo:

    https://scontent-dfw5-1.xx.fbcdn.ne...=db6a37175fa06af8bdf85eb9af978b2d&oe=5CD6A55D
     
  2. K8JD

    K8JD Ham Member QRZ Page

    I just checked today's list of SWBC stations, on 7295.
    Listed; Turkey, China, France, Taiwan, and Japan operating now , transmitting from 50 KW to 500 Kw signals there.
     
  3. WA3VJB

    WA3VJB Ham Member QRZ Page

    There's quite a lot of AM activity among ourselves at night from 7285 on up, to get around any international b'cast AM. Also check 7160 for AM among licensed radio hobbyists, the band has had some good nighttime paths across North America.

    If you want to see how your "AM" mode works on your transceiver, the W1AW voice bulletin is on AM on 7290 during its regular weekly schedule. The station now runs an Orban Optimod audio processor and it packs a nice level of modulation on AM, considering it's a Kenwood of some kind, not a purpose-built AM transmitter like the "Super Senior," the old Harris commercial transmitter W1AW previously ran, or a retuned broadcast transmitter.

     

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