Fwd: RE: Fwd: WFXT 'Been QRP; WODS 'Gone Jingle Bellin'

wftn@comcast.net wftn@comcast.net
Wed Nov 26 21:39:42 EST 2003

I've been catching some weird things happening on the AM dial the last two nights.  I travelled Rt. 4 from Concord(NH) to Andover(NH) the last two evenings and I've got 1290 out of Keene, 1270 out of Dover, 1510(i think - the station out of Nashua) and WFEA 1370 as clear as a bell during the whole trip.  Tonight I was able to receive 1350 out of Laconia clearly.  Must be some type of atmospheric conditions.

Gary Ford
> Paul Hopfgarten wrote:
> >I think the nighttime singal improvement may be solar storms(?)
> >
> >I'm also receiving DXable signals from 1200-WKOX and 1260-WMKI, which are
> >usually unlistenable after dark.
> I've been hearing a dx'able signal on WSNH/Nashua in Concord (N.H.) after 
> dark lately.  What kind of a night authorization do they have?  Signal 
> isn't all that great in Concord even in the daytime.  I also get an 
> occasional stereo indication from them, but only at a distance...is there 
> someone else on 900 broadcasting in stereo?

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