[A-DX] 1224 NL unid

tom df5jl
So Okt 8 12:39:12 CEST 2017

Hier übrigens zwei RMS-Audio-Beispiele:

http://realmonitor.com/sdo_examples/1604271110@BEIJ11825VOACHIN.MP4 - 20
second sample from Remote Monitoring System (RMS) in Beijing of a VOA
Chinese broadcast on 11825 kHz at 1110 UTC on April 27, 2016 from
Philippines relay station. Fair signal [note the VOA jingle] spoiled by
multiple, time-offset, co-channel CNR jammers.

http://realmonitor.com/sdo_examples/1604291702@RANG_9940RFABURM.MP4 - 20
second sample from Remote Monitoring System (RMS) in Rangoon, Burma of
Iranawilla, Sri Lanka relay station on 9940 kHz in Burmese at 1702 UTC
on April 29, 2016. Scary loud signal heavily processed as it leaves the

73 Tom DF5JL

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Am 08.10.2017 um 12:21 schrieb tom df5jl:
> welche übrigens auch schon RFE/RL bzw. dem IBB in den 80ern nutzen, damals noch per Telefonleitungen, später über das Internet: "IBB operates a network of almost 70 remote monitoring systems in order to determine and demonstrate the audibility of its own and others' broadcasts. Each RMS consists of an antenna, a radio and a computer attached to the internet. A simple text file script is used by the computer to collect and encode sound samples and bandscan information from the radio. Data collected by each RMS is then sent to one or more servers and made available...."
>  73 Tom DF5JL