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SWL Logs for the week of 2021-01-02

2021-01-03 – 19:45 – Radio National da Amazonia – 11910kHz DRM A very good music program in Poruguese broadcast using DRM (Mode B) from Parque do Rodeador, Braslia, Brasil. Heard via SDR in Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic. Nearby AM signal … Continue reading

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Starting my GridMaster after a long hiatus from the birds

It’s been a while since I’ve been active on the birds. So long that when I started adding my grids to the Grid Master map many of them are from paper cards! I mean, who does that now days?! Going … Continue reading

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On the air from Charleston, SC (EM92, FM02, and FM04)

We stayed in quarantine for much of November to make the trip down to Charleston to see family we haven’t seen in more than a year. It was a small affair but good for the soul. What else is good … Continue reading

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Creating content again

I once had a site that I used for collecting information around radios and communications. I’m now recreating it here. Please stay tuned as the old articles will likely start showing up once I have had a chance to go … Continue reading

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Coastal Linking Network: A thought experiment in replicating the Coastal Linking System for data.

John, KE4TZN, and I were discussing the idea of replicating the Coastal Linking System in DMR. The difference being that the existing network uses audio linking where DMR, and other digital modes, use an IP-based network for routing the links. … Continue reading

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