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  • 2022 DTV Es: Two New Logs

    Analog K03FB Snowflake AZ was received here after my local analog KTBS-3 left the channel in 2009.

    However, I never really expected to receive this: 300 watt DTV K03FB-D Snowflake. Yet, persistence paid off.

    KVOA Tucson translator K04QP-D Casas Adobes AZ is received here a few times every summer. Often when K04QP decodes, a weakish signal is indicated by the STBs on channel 3. This has been going on for years.

    On July 2, the channel 3 briefly decoded. The PSIP ID reads: "8-1 AZ PBS."

    Another AZ PBS is on 3 in western AZ, far from Casas Adobes, and it has only 21 watts.

    I don't like these either/or-guessing situations, so I asked Christopher Dunne for his input. Thanks, cd.

    The distance to K03FB-D is 940 miles.

    For a couple of years, I've been watching for WNGH-DT 4/18 Chatsworth GA. WNGH decoded on August 14. The distance is 544 miles. WNGH is my fourth DTV via Es from GA.

    Thankfully, I had the opportunity to DX another Es season.

    Best DX to everyone.​
    Last edited by Danny; 10-27-2022, 03:18 PM.
    Danny

    North Louisiana

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    Wow, nice logs Danny!

    I had several new Es DTV logs this season...

    3/33 WJLP Middletown Twp., NJ (399 miles over my local WGGN) 6/27/22
    4/3 WMDF-LD Miami, FL (1,058 miles) 5/7/22
    5/50 WDTO-LD Orlando, FL (861 miles) 6/3/22
    5/2 WGBH Boston, MA (542 miles) 6/27/22

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    • #3
      Andrew, thank you.

      Your short Es is outstanding.

      Those are nice logs.

      Any DTV via Es from FL would be welcome here. I have been trying, but Cuba analogs are part of my problem.

      South and east FL analogs were among my most-frequent logs via Es during the analog days.​
      Danny

      North Louisiana

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