Radiovibrations - Offset DX

1476 KHz

waterfall diagrams received in Handewitt, Germany on 17/12/2014 , 18/12/2014

by Peer-Axel Kroeske, DL2LBP by the end of 2014 a totally free DX frequency dominated by off-stepper-Iran (1476.26v not in scope) and two Egyptian 10 KW transmitters. Among those are probably AZE, TKM, CHN (12tx up to 10 KW), J (3 tx) and Thailand (50 KW). Some signals show strong propagation effects like on shortwave. Calibration drifting a little due to temperature changes. I'm referring to the marks at 20UTC.
KHz+/-timesfadestrengthstationremarks
1475.993v41430-0600+rapidly drifting at 1920 and 0050 UTC
1475.993v1w2150-161013-01oTHA
1475.9935v1w1650-2200o
1475.99701340-1505oNZL?looks like fade out, not s/off. NZL theoretically reaches maximum 15-17 UTC
1475.99780.5-23101530-of/out or s/off at 2310?
1476.0003013-00-
1476.0007014-17 2030-2230-
1476.000902150--04?--
1476.00150.5w2040-170513-03-CHN?
1476.002v300-2214-07+EGY?
1476.0025v1-2214-o
1476.01440.2-201430-o

f=fast drift, p=propagation effects, : interrupted by night break, w=only at warm up/switch on
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