What is This Signal Centered on 7.238 Mhz ?

Discussion in 'General Technical Questions and Answers' started by K2WH, Nov 25, 2021.

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  1. K2WH

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    Very wideband and was wondering what it might be.

    Seems to be at least 10 khz wide or more.
     

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  2. KM8V

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    Sounds like a DRM shortwave broadcast signal
     
  3. N3RYB

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    And we're supposed to avoid QRMing them :)
     
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  4. KM3F

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    Yes that is Digital.
    First time I've heard on 40m in that part of the band.
    At 7 pm eastern standard time on 3965 is a French Digital for about an hour. Look it up.
    Other countries don't respect our frequency assignments or have Ham bands the same in allocation so it's free for all.
     
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  5. KD2BD

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    Most likely Radio Romania International using DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) on 7235 kHz.

    I believe this is a Mode B transmission that is 10 kHz wide. Despite having a spectral density that is much higher than that of AM, it is actually no wider than the bandwidth of a standard AM radio broadcast.

    The Global DRM Transmission Schedule can be found here: http://www.hfcc.org/drm/

    73 de John, KD2BD
     

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