Archive for tag: SWL

10 more minutes of “The Cuban Lady” on 5.883 Mhz

January 23, 2010 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

I was bored, tuning around when someone on the #hamradio IRC channel mentioned that the “Cuban lady” numbers station was audible around 5.883Mhz. I was bored. I recorded 10 minutes of her. Now you can be bored too. The Cuban Lady, V2A recorded 1/22/2010, around 11:15PM PST

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Digital Radio Mondiale, recorded on the SDR-IQ, decoded with GNU Dream

January 7, 2010 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

Digital Radio Mondiale is a new digital broadcasting standard that is being used on shortwave. Sadly, its one of those annoying standards that relies on all sorts of patented technology, which makes experimentation really difficult and annoying. But I heard that Sackville Canada echoed Radio Chinas DRM broadcasts here to the U.S. for an hour […]

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