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A place to discuss the HF and Shortwave listening side of the radio hobby. Discuss equipment, frequencies and antenna systems etc. Anything HF!
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- Super Member
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- Joined: 28 Apr 2010, 16:15
- Location: Teesside
I get a continuous transmission I receive on 30.629mhz pretty strong signal its pretty distorted but its befo on the fm mode possibly wide fm which my radio doesn't do to receive It better it sounds like a u.k news service a lot of politics etc
- Radio Addict
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- Call Sign: GW6RRL
- Location: In a valley in a hole in mid Wales
Compare it with a normal FM radio, most likely you will find its radio4 or similar, and it will be an image from internal mixing.
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If you are using an SDR, it becomes obvious if you change frequency, as the image moves in the wrong direction :-O
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