PO Box 222, Hilversum!
When I was a few years beyond third grade, they were on 800 Khz mediumwave from Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles.
They covered the confederacy very well at night, and they were my favorite international programmer.
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- Tue Feb 11, 2014 9:43 pm
- Forum: Ham Radio
- Topic: Ham Engineers, sign in please!
- Replies: 103
- Views: 44091
Greetings from the High Tech corridor of Okeechobee County, FL !!!! WYFR Shortwave, 73 Dennis W4FSI I visited the place while they were still re-"Scituate"ing their first few transmitters. When plantations are sold, the slaves are included, so are you with the new WRMI? A lways I tching 4 I t the f...
- Tue Feb 04, 2014 10:51 am
- Forum: SW Radio
- Topic: Dream DRM software "receiver"
- Replies: 12
- Views: 5527
Here is the solution to using DRM on your AM station and without losing your analog listeners: Do it with one of the many many AMs whose listeners are all listening to the station's 250w FM translators on TV towers. The DRM transmitter, if the AM day and night signals are acceptable at the translato...
- Tue Feb 04, 2014 10:31 am
- Forum: SW Radio
- Topic: WYFR Still here and barely kicking !!!!!!!
- Replies: 17
- Views: 7486
Nice article, except I would make one correction, that we are now allowed to venture down into the tropical bands. I visited the station while they were still in the process of relocating some transmitters from Scituate. One antenna caught both my eyes, a forty-nine meter something-or-other beam wit...
Well, the noise floor (picket fencing) drops to zeroChris from Milwaukee wrote:I must be an odd ball because I can always hear the improvement in the audio quality in my vehicles.
What it seems to come down to is that the best sounding streams will be the HD2's on stations that only run a main and a 2. We have some great sounding 2's where I live, at least compared with standard FM, although I love to hear a station (second school of thought) pop from analog into brilliant HD...
Two schools of thought on this. Set the HD-1 to perfectly match the analog in every way or set it to match the analog in time, and peak volume. We hate to hear a station fade between analog and HD with no improvement: the same roll off to 15 KHz and the same heavy processing even though there is no ...
- Mon Nov 01, 2010 3:19 pm
- Forum: Digital Radio
- Topic: Considering putting AM HD back online thoughts?
- Replies: 7
- Views: 3275
I certainly hope that does not include skywave.Deep Thought wrote:Basically, the new technical facility must be mutually-exclusive with the licensed facility (they interfere with each other on paper)
Nah, they must mean both day and night.
We have experienced the following on stations, usually right after a major change is made such as returning to HD service or adding an HD2 or 3. It goes on for a few days or weeks until the engineer in charge figures out that something is wrong and probably gets on the horn with the manufacturer. Ou...
Thanks everyone, this says it all: "In addition to these separations, applicants or petitioners for Channel 253 (98.5 MHz) must also meet the I.F. spacing with respect to TV Channel 6 stations." My next question would have been about channels 201, 223, and 231 (as, many radios can easily be fixed to...