>From eastern MA (FN42gk) the signal is very strong in the daytime and
>nighttime. This appears to indicate that the source is within groundwave
>distance of me. I tried getting a direction fix this evening with my RX
>vertical array that can switch in 8 directions. However, I see very little
>signal change with direction, which tends to indicate the propagation, at
>least after dark, is very high angle. There may be a very slight peak to the
>southwest or west, but I can't be sure because the differences are so small.
>I'll try getting a daytime fix, maybe tomorrow morning after sunrise, when the
>propagation should become predominantly groundwave and a direction fix should
>be more reliable.
73, John W1FV
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