Attention all AM DX-ing fans!

A. Joseph Ross
Fri Dec 4 01:12:30 EST 2009

On 3 Dec 2009 at 20:02, John Allen wrote:

> This anomalously good propagation is due to the current extended solar
> minimum combined with a short (1 day more or less) minimum, where the
> solar K index is 0 on a scale of 0 to 9, meaning that D layer daytime
> absorption is very low. Also, historically early Dec, is a time of
> very low absorption, whan stations from Japan can be contacted on 1.8
> Mhz.
Funny, I thought it was solar activity that produced better DX, not 

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