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Posted: 9/10/2005 11:20:43 PM EDT
New Orleans radio station WWL (870 on the AM broadcast dial for local listeners) is also simulcasting on the shortwave bands, at 5.835 MHz - The battle to save the city can now be heard nationwide...
Link Posted: 9/10/2005 11:26:30 PM EDT
They aren't putting out much of a signal on 5.835.0 . I can't get them in KY....but there is a lot of solar shit going on right now.

Are they mentioning the confiscations?
Link Posted: 9/10/2005 11:41:20 PM EDT
All shortwave simulcasts originate in South Carolina, courtesy of World Harvest Radio International:

Monday-Friday

* 12-6am             5.835
* 7-9am              11.785
* 9am-3pm          15.285 (Interrupted 10am-1pm for maintenance, as required)
* 5-7pm              9.840

Saturday

* 12-7am              5.835
* 9am-12pm        15.285
* 6-7pm              9.840
* 7-9pm              5.835
* 10pm-12am      5.835

Sunday

* 12-7am             5.835
* 9am-12pm        15.285
* 1-4pm              15.285
* 9pm-12am        5.835

Link Posted: 9/10/2005 11:54:40 PM EDT
I had to resolder a connector on my co-ax...I have them loud and clear now in KY. Thanks for the freq.!
Link Posted: 9/10/2005 11:59:55 PM EDT
They just said the American Red Cross needs 40,000 volunteers! Damn!
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 12:02:23 AM EDT

Originally Posted By pcsutton:
They just said the American Red Cross needs 40,000 volunteers! Damn!



I need a free country with good people who work hard and a minimalistic government that assigns low taxes.
We have all needs.
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 12:09:11 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Specop_007:

Originally Posted By pcsutton:
They just said the American Red Cross needs 40,000 volunteers! Damn!



I need a free country with good people who work hard and a minimalistic government that doens't confiscate firearms in violation of the social contract AND assigns low taxes.
We have all needs.



Fixed it for ya
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 12:11:54 AM EDT
tag
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 12:20:29 AM EDT

Originally Posted By pcsutton:
They just said the American Red Cross needs 40,000 volunteers! Damn!



And the media complains about the job that FEMA is doing, with 2000 people...
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 12:30:21 AM EDT
Any way to listen to these station on the Intarpacketsendingthingie?
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 12:41:33 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Specop_007:
Any way to listen to these station on the Intarpacketsendingthingie?



Do you mean to say you are without coms that use the AIRWAVES? No shortwave or HAM rig?
Damn...you never been to the survival forum? Get some coms, man!

Seriously, I couldn't find a link. I looked with an intrapacketsendingthinge link in mind for you'ns what aint GOT NO COMS!
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 12:47:03 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Specop_007:
Any way to listen to these station on the Intarpacketsendingthingie?



In a perfect world, the "Listen Live" link on WWL's website might get you streaming audio. It's not happening for me right now, but you might have better luck...
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 1:10:17 AM EDT
Their SW signal is faint.
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 1:33:00 AM EDT

Originally Posted By jkstexas2001:
Their SW signal is faint.



Space Weather News for Sept. 10, 2005
http://spaceweather.com

Solar activity remains very high and shows no signs of abating. Sunspot 798/808 has unleashed seven X-class solar flares since Sept. 7th. Forecasters say there's a 75% chance of more X-flares during the next 24 hours, possibly causing radio blackouts and radiation storms.

Coronal mass ejections hurled into space by these explosions could hit Earth's magnetic field in the days ahead. Sky watchers, particularly in northern places like Canada and Alaska, should remain alert for auroras. The best time to look is local midnight.

The sun's 27-day rotation is slowly turning sunspot 798 to face Earth. Explosions in the coming week will be increasingly Earth-directed, raising the possibility of geomagnetic storms and auroras over the continental United States, Europe and Australia.

Visit http://SpaceWeather.com for updates.

That's why.
Link Posted: 9/11/2005 2:23:44 AM EDT

Originally Posted By pcsutton:

Originally Posted By jkstexas2001:
Their SW signal is faint.



Space Weather News for Sept. 10, 2005
http://spaceweather.com

Solar activity remains very high and shows no signs of abating. Sunspot 798/808 has unleashed seven X-class solar flares since Sept. 7th. Forecasters say there's a 75% chance of more X-flares during the next 24 hours, possibly causing radio blackouts and radiation storms.

Coronal mass ejections hurled into space by these explosions could hit Earth's magnetic field in the days ahead. Sky watchers, particularly in northern places like Canada and Alaska, should remain alert for auroras. The best time to look is local midnight.

The sun's 27-day rotation is slowly turning sunspot 798 to face Earth. Explosions in the coming week will be increasingly Earth-directed, raising the possibility of geomagnetic storms and auroras over the continental United States, Europe and Australia.

Visit http://SpaceWeather.com for updates.

That's why.



Cool! Might get some auroras next week! You guys with 10M ham rigs should be able to work most of the world, mobile! Right before I lost interest in ham radio years ago, I worked South Africa on 10M on the way to work one morning.

Also, tag for SW sched. Thanks!!
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