Topband: Unknown Pulse Signal Wiping out 1900-1925 kHz

Tony K1AMF k1amf at
Sun Dec 7 22:08:26 EST 2014

S9+ right now at 03:07UTC near NYC.

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From: Topband [mailto:topband-bounces at] On Behalf Of Don Kirk
Sent: Sunday, December 7, 2014 9:29 PM
To: John Kaufmann
Cc: Topband
Subject: Re: Topband: Unknown Pulse Signal Wiping out 1900-1925 kHz

John W1FV,
You and I are in very close agreement on heading because you are 73 degrees
from me and we are both saying approximately 75 degrees.
I can hear it on numerous web SDR receivers that are located in Europe
(England, etc.). Will be interesting to see what time of day we can no
longer hear it in the US versus when it is no longer heard in Europe.
Would be great to get a heading from someone in Europe.

Don wd8dsb

On Sunday, December 7, 2014, John Kaufmann <jkaufmann at> wrote:

> It peaks at a heading of about 75 degrees from eastern MA, as best as 
> I can determine on a Hi-Z 8 circle array.  I made a video of its 
> spectrum as captured on my Elecraft P3 and posted it on YouTube:
> Mystery signal on 1900-1925 kHz
> <>.
> 73, John W1FV
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