Pattern Changes, etc

A. Joseph Ross
Sun Feb 19 01:17:52 EST 2006

On 18 Feb 2006 at 14:48, Dan Strassberg wrote:

> "Kaimbridge" can give you the REAL lowdown, but I believe that we are
> in a minimum in the ~11-year sunspot cycle, which means that we are in
> an 11-year high in AM DX reception. That could completely explain your
> observations. Certainly the anecdotal reports on the AM DX mailing
> lists support the impression that DX reception is unusually good this
> winter. Reports of TAs and TPs (trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific
> reception) abound.
How is it that AM DX reception is highest at sunspot minimum?  I 
would have thought it would be the other way around.

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