Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Jeff (KJ7LTU), who writes:
I was wondering if you, or your readers, know if Radio Tamazuj and Radio Dabanga are coordinating their broadcasting efforts? This last Sunday I picked up their transmission on 15550 kHz. Radio Tamazul signs off at 15:57 UTC and Radio Dabanga signs on at 15:59 UTC.
Some quick research indicates that this is the intended broadcast schedule. The times, and shared frequencies, seem to allude to a joint effort. Other than these are both Sudanese broadcasters, I can’t seem to find any additional evidence to support this. Wondering if you might be willing to put this out there to see if anyone has any information to satisfy my curiosity.
Here’s a link to the transmission for reference: Radio Tamazuj & Radio Dabanga
Again, appreciate your many contributions to our listening community!
Thank you, Jeff!
Readers: Please feel free to comment with any insight!
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Jeff Cooper (KJ7LTU), who writes:
First thank you for continuing to update your blog and website. It is such a great resource for those of us still tuning in to those distant waves.
I was doing some listening this morning [December 27, 2022] and checked your blog only to find out the HAARP experiment was underway. I quickly tuned to 9600 kHz and managed to pick up the signal twice in Southern Idaho. I made recordings of the capture and posted them on YouTube:
Please note: To be very clear, these are recordings of the transmitted sweep signals from HAARP. These are not recordings of the actual bounced signal from the asteroid. HAARP and NASA would need an extraordinarily high-gain antennas and radio astronomy-grade low noise receivers to detect a signal at this distance.
1752 – 1810 UTC:
-Jeff Cooper (KJ7LTU)
Thank you so much for sharing these recordings with us. I think HAARP is going to get reports from across the globe. Seems these sweep signals were widely received. I’m very curious if HAARP met any success hearing one of the signals bounced back to earth from the target asteroid. Hopefully, we’ll soon learn!