PPE Time station from Rio De Janeiro Brazil – with male announcement every 20 seconds in Portuguese. Heard under WWV on 10 Mhz. in poor band conditions.
Here’s some activity ion the 16Mhz band segment. OTH radar along with pulse type OTH radar signals as well as some weak SSB transmission. Recorded using the SDR PLAY and SDR Console v3.
Many of you have been asking about the “Mystery” signal. Fear not, as it is alive and well and can be heard every night around midnight ET. You can find it lurking between 4700-4800 kHz. Here it is invading the frequency of a navigational beacon. I was using my SDR PLAY and SDR CONSOLE software with my OCF dipole.
Captured this using my SDR Play and SDR Console V 2.3. Got an opportunity to play with the DSP a bit, which helped to clean up the audio on this transmission.
This of course is WWV on 10Mhz. Nice easy arm chair copy. Hear on January 18 @ 1420 UTC
Reception of CW marker from WLO USCG Communications Station from New Orleans, LA on 12581 kHz in USB mode with accompanying waterfall at 0125 UTC.
This Canadian VOLMET station is usually easy to hear along the east coast. They broadcast automated weather observations and reports.
This was recorded on 9.109MHz USB around 1940 UTC. Below the spectrum is an image from a portion of the decoded transmission.
This is CHU Canada on 7.850Mhz USB The first is the Panadapter view. Below is a spectrum view displaying the 2.0Khz second “chirp” followed by the 1Khz second “tick”.
This is NMN Coast Guard communications station. This is an automated weather broadcast on 4.426Mhz USB under poor band conditions. This video only displays the spectrum window. Notice the audio echo. My apologies about the small “blip” at the start of the video.