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Shortwave Data Decoding Discussions regarding decoding digital signals on the HF bands, including HFDL, ALE, RTTY, CW, and others.

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Old 11-04-2011, 12:13 PM
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Default FAX ZKLF New-Zeland

I receive this morning ZKLF from New-Zeland in FAX 120/576 of twoo frequencies, is very difficult to receive ZKLF in France :

9457,1 at 10H15 UTC signal wath poor S1 to S2 :


13548,6 at 10H30 UTC signal little better S2 to S3 :


I have receive ZKLF to better condition then 25 October 2011 of 9457,1 :


And 25 September 2011 of 13548,6 I can see write Wellington, dammage but QRM to end to picture :
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Old 11-05-2011, 5:17 PM
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Good stuff!

ZKLF uses the higher frequencies all the time where some stations tailor their frequencies for the local coverage only. I get Tokyo and Hawaii very well here in the late evening, but I must get up very early to get Hamburg - one day perhaps! Northwood with his Afghanistan coverage comes in quite well here during the winter but now that it's getting light in the evenings he's lost in the noise.
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