I've just checked 1476kHz.
The carrier is S5,5 and the 1kHz beeps are clearly audible (R4).
Slightly above 1476kHz a second carrier is visible which is probably IRIB.
Distance: 186.45 km
>From: [email protected]
>[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Markus Vester
>Sent: Friday, November 9, 2018 10:36 AM
>To: [email protected]
>Subject: Re: LF: 1476 kHz AM
>Hi Alex, Benoît, and Horst,
>thanks for the interest! The transmission is on air
>continuously 24/7. At my location 16.8 km away I can of course
>hear it well day and night.
>Note that there is also an active Iranian station in the same
>channel (IRIB Radio Kordestan) but their carrier is ~ 250 Hz
>Von: Horst Stöcker <[email protected]>
>An: rsgb_lf_group <[email protected]>
>Verschickt: Fr, 9. Nov. 2018 9:19
>Betreff: Aw: LF: 1476 kHz AM
>Yes, I remember the Donebach activation so I will take the
>challenge oh 1476khz. Just blown the dust off my Präcitronic
>MV62 :D and waiting for the night.
>Best 73, Horst DO1KHS
>Gesendet: Freitag, 09. November 2018 um 00:39 Uhr
>Von: "Markus Vester" <[email protected]>
>An: [email protected]
>Betreff: LF: 1476 kHz AM
>After the sad demise of all LW and MW broadcasts in Germany, a
>handful of pioneers came up who are operating legal
>low-powered medium wave stations in the context of a radio
>museum or for educational purposes. One of them is Ralph
>(DL2NDO, one of the participants in the legendary Donebach 137
>kHz activation in 2002). He has obtained a transmitting
>license for 1476 kHz (former frequency of Vienna Bisamberg),
>built a 3 Watt AM transmitter, and with the help of a small
>team raised a quarterwave antenna on the Fraunhofer premises
>south of Erlangen (JN59MN21HF).
>Yesterday they got on air for the first time, running a
>preliminary test transmission consisting of switched 1000 Hz
>beeps (one second on, one second off, audio frequency locked
>to the RF carrier). This pattern will be continued for a few
>days, before they will eventually.take over the audio from the
>local DAB student radio "funklust".
>The current test pattern is relatively easy to make out in the
>noise so it may be a good chance for some DX detections. At
>night we've actually heard the beeps on Twente SDR and a
>couple of German Kiwi-SDRs. But I guess using narrowband
>signal processing techniques, the carrier and coherent tones
>could make it much further. The carrier frequency is derived
>from an OCXO and is currently at 1476000.411 Hz.
>Will anyone in the group take the challenge?