I'm finally getting around to some decent NDB dx again. It comes in waves but I
have been busy updating my REU logs

Here are some logs these
past two weeks

2012-11-06 22:07 420  INN  Innsbruck, AUT (New)

2012-11-06 22:15 418 ORA Oradea, ROM (New)
2012-11-06 22:22 418 L Tallin EST (New)
2012-11-06 22:41 413 BOA Bologna IT (New)
2012-11-06 12:50 361    ZWH  UNID, XOE (New)
2012-11-07 2151 360 ULV Ylvingen Br. sund NOR (New)
2012-11-07 0412 421 GE Madrid E (New)
2012-11-07
01:08 333.5 VOG Voghera, IT (New)
2012-11-07 01:14 343 KUS Kaunas, Lithuania
(New)
2012-11-07 01:07 348 TPL Topola, SRB (New)

A few old logs
just found.
2011-01-23 0109 330 LEN Leon / Virgen Del Camino. E (New)

2011-01-23 0206 331 TUR Tours / Val De Loire F (New)
2011-01-23 0310 335
BER Bern - Switzerland  (New)
 





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    NDB Dx

    Non Directional Beacons or  as it is known NDB dxing is something that I only began when I moved to Europe. 

    It is used to provide navigation to aviators and mariners.

    It is best heard in CW mode and can be found between 190 and 535 khz.


    I use ARGO software to view signals. With the Perseus I often use a filter as low as 20hz and with the Icom R75 the best I can do is 1.9 khz

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