My interference situation: what my reception would look like without @DXEngineering NCC1 & 2 ALA1530s @SWLingDotCom pic.twitter.com/7w2kx6AvCU— London Shortwave (@LondonShortwave) 28 April 2016
A beautiful set of qawwalis and ragas from All India Radio Urdu service, recorded on May 23rd, 2016 at 0055 UTC. I especially like the song at 5 minutes 30 seconds into the recording:
I have also been fortunate to catch some more distant transmissions, such as Radio Thailand on 13/06/2016 at 1900 UTC:
A nice bonus that I didn't expect to show up in the spectrum recordings was the Voice of Turkey's English language broadcast on 04/06/2016 at 0300 UTC:
Finally, propagation from Cuba hasn't been great lately and I certainly have much clearer recordings of it from indoors than the one below, but the SDR# software did a fine job of pulling it out from the noise:
Overall, this has been a fun little project and given that I can make these recordings regularly (unlike the trips to my local park), there is a steady stream of gems to be extracted from the radio static and explored.
Archiving a small spectrum window on 31m indoors (Greece,India,Turkey,Romania,S.Arabia,Morocco). Good reception pic.twitter.com/l57h9prKda— London Shortwave (@LondonShortwave) 1 June 2016