Propagation was very similar again and does not seem effected by the
latest solar events.
Thank you for providing the signal, which is much appreciated.
When I compare your signal with NDB QY, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada,
the general pattern is the same, though QY is transmitting on 263
kHz, which is quite a bit lower in frequency.
It is no problem making these plots, as I am recording the range 100
- 600 kHz every night, which includes 2200 and 630 m.
It take about 15 minutes to produce one.
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