These are my personal logs from my home QTH mostly compiled by season.
Summer 2007 Trans-
Fall 2007 Trans-
November 4th of 2008. (PDF) That night was just outstanding with an open window towards Central Europe. In my short DX experience, that was the first time I had so much new stations at the same time. Of course, without the Perseus, I wouldn't have been able to collect all those IDs. All came from a 1600 KHz recording and the beauty is that many stations had their peak at the top of the hour making them easier to ID. I would like to thank everybody at RealDX and MWDX YG who helped me identify some languages and stations. The 35° beverage was the one in service along with Perseus and the RPA-
Spring of 2009 Trans-
How impressive a Summer night can be? Here is what I've heard on a single night in July of 2009.
Summer of 2009 Trans-
Fall of 2009 Trans-
Spring of 2010 loggings. All I could say is thanks to the auroral conditions we had in April. If it wouldn't have been for those, I can tell you that only with TA loggings, the page would have been almost empty. This is one of the worst Spring I've been through CX wise. Therefore, you'll find many Latin American instead of the usual Trans-
Fall of 2010 loggings. It has been a correct season DX wise. The highlight was certainly the Chinese station on 1098 Khz caught in late Fall at my sunset.
Winter of 2010-
Spring of 2011 loggings. Nothing spectacular that Spring thus resulting in a brief report. I guess that there was nothing too exciting which led in a decrease of the motivation level leaving as a result, this small amount of logs.
Summer of 2011 loggings. A bit more action in the logs than the previous season but nothing that worth mention.
Fall of 2011 loggings. A more diversified harvest this time showing that there has been at least some interesting DX sessions. Based on my previous reports, Italy 567 and Romania 1530 were newcomers.
Winter of 2011-
Spring of 2012 loggings. Not a stellar Spring conditions wise. Only regulars and apparently, nothing more...
Summer of 2012 loggings. My first ever Argentineans on 590 & 870 and first ever Uruguayan in CW1 Radio Colonia 550, all caught during the same solar storm. Undoubtedly, this made my Summer.
Fall of 2012 loggings. With a good harvest of new Iranian stations along with some other interesting re-
Winter of 2012-
Spring of 2013 loggings. A mix of lower than average conditions and inactivity brought that short list of loggings which include some shortwave entries up to the 49m band.
Summer of 2013 loggings. Not much to report here except for mid-
Fall of 2013 loggings. Middle-
Winter of 2013-
Spring of 2014 loggings. Besides the Vesti-
Summer of 2014 loggings. If it wouldn’t have been for a couple of Brazilians logs especially, it was business as usual. I even took the time to explore the lower shortwave bands of which logs were added to my listing.
Fall of 2014 loggings. Definitely, a season to forget. As the sun was already active during the previous seasons, it hasn’t stop playing yo-
Since that last publication of my loggings, I decided not to compile anymore of them unless it worth the amount of work behind those. What I mean is that maybe only under exceptional propagation, I might motivate myself to write more of them but at the moment as I am writing this note (November 2016), most of catches became routine due to execrable propagation undergoing since the last two years or so. New and exceptional catches will however continue to appear in the form of audio clip under the DX Audio Files pages within this website.
|Receiving Station Setup|
|Line / Antenna switchers|
|Asian audio files|
|African audio files|
|European audio files|
|Middle-East audio files|
|Latin American-Caribbean audio files|
|2015 St-Patrick' solar storm audio files|
|August 2007 bandscan|
|August 2014 bandscan|