SLC
Recorded DX signals

DX Signals Recorded at the
Salt Lake City Receiving Site

Recorded samples of signals received by remote users of the Kenwood R-5000 receiver at the Salt Lake City receiving site

160 Meters
1818 kHz, LSB, February 26, 2005, 0743 UTC, NP4A (Puerto Rico)

75/80 Meters
Numerous DX stations often can be heard in the DX window between midnight and sunrise, Salt Lake City time. These are some recorded examples (wait for audio stream buffering the first time each player is started):

3790 kHz, LSB, January 28, 2005, 1239 UTC, VK3DZM (Australia), VK1GG (Australia) & VE2EZV (Canada). (Don, VK3DZM, became a silent-key Saturday, June 4th, 2005, when he suffered a major coronary attack on his way home from an overseas trip.)

3790 kHz, LSB, January 28, 2005, 1158 UTC, VK1GG (Australia) & VE2ENM (Canada)

3793 kHz, LSB, February 27, 2005, 1307 UTC, JE1DNL (Japan)

3793 kHz, LSB, February 27, 2005, 1455 UTC, BA4DW (China)

3793 kHz, LSB, March 6, 2005, 1331 UTC, HL3AMO (Korea)

3793.5 kHz, LSB, February 25, 2005, 1404 UTC, JA3CZY (Japan)

See JA3CZY's antennas and shack

3793.5 kHz, LSB, February 25, 2005, 1408 UTC, JA3CZY (Japan) & VE7IX (Canada)

3794 kHz, LSB, February 25, 2005, 1416 UTC, YC2MXV (Indonesia)

3794 kHz, LSB, March 6, 2005, 1318 UTC, JI2ZJS (Japan)

3794 kHz, LSB, September 6, 2005, 0954 UTC, K7C (Kure Atoll, the northernmost Hawaiian atoll. Only one side of conversations can be heard, because K7C was transmitting and receiving on different frequencies.)

3795 kHz, LSB, January 27, 2005, 1450 UTC, HL2IFR (Korea) & DU1HBC (Philippines)

3796 kHz, LSB, January 27, 2005, 1353 UTC, JA3CZY (Japan)

3797 kHz, LSB, December 29, 2004, 1341 UTC, JA3CZY (Japan)

3797 kHz, LSB, January 16, 2005, 1321 UTC, XF1K (Isla Pelicano) & J01WK? (Japan)

3797 kHz, LSB, January 31, 2005, 1056 UTC, HL3IUA (Korea)

3798.65 kHz, LSB, January 28, 2005, 1249 UTC, VK3DZM (Australia)

3799.7 kHz, LSB, January 30, 2005, 0940 UTC, VK3DZM (Australia)

40 Meters
The 7039.3 kHz Russian Navy CW "K" Cluster Beacon in Petropavlovsk Kamchatskiy (beacon information) provides a good indication of propagation conditions to north-east Asia. This example was recorded January 25, 2005, at 1418 UTC when conditions were rather poor. The beacon often is stronger than this throughout much of the night and into the early morning hours.

7083 kHz, LSB, March 6, 2005, 1321 UTC, JR7VHZ (Japan)

7086 kHz, LSB, March 6, 2005, 1317 UTC, JA8RWU (Japan)

7092.25 kHz, LSB, March 6, 2005, 1307 UTC, JI2ZJS (Japan)

20 Meters
14184.75 kHz, USB, January 21, 2005, 1601 UTC, ZS1E (South Africa)

14195 kHz, USB, October 17, 2006, 0525 UTC, ZL8R (The Microlite Penguins DXpedition team station on Raoul, Island, Kermadecs, New Zealand) Only one side of conversations can be heard, both because of skip conditions and because ZL8R was transmitting and receiving on different frequencies.

14190 kHz, USB, October 20, 2006, 2156 UTC, XF4DL (The Revillagigedo Dxpedition 2006 to Socorro Island, Mexico) Only one side of conversations can be heard, both because of skip conditions and because XF4DL was transmitting and receiving on different frequencies.

14200 kHz, USB, January 20, 2005, 2103 UTC, LU1YNE (Argentina)

15 Meters
21309 kHz, USB. March 19, 2005, 2330 UTC, JA7NVF (Japan)

See Naomi Araya's antennas and shack

10 Meters
28189 kHz, CW. The XE1SRF 20-watt CW beacon in Mexico City, Mexico, has been heard many times in recent weeks. This is a January 20, 2005, 2103 UTC, example.

28209 kHz, CW. The KH6AP 20-watt CW beacon in Maui, Hawaii, has been heard many times in recent weeks. This is a January 8, 2005, 2034 UTC, example.

28340 kHz, USB, February 6, 2005, 2010 UTC, AY8A (Argentina)


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