Radio Kribati 1440 Khz aircheck

Kiribati – Sharing this post from Paul:
“As a bit of a holiday gift to everyone, I want to share 3 one hour long airchecks I got of Radio Kiribati 1440. They were recorded in the studio by the station, at a cost to me of $10AUD for each one. Very worth it, if you ask me.
http://www.onairdj.com/RadioKiribati.mp3 (Encoded at 128K/44hz stereo, 60 mins 59 seconds long)
http://www.onairdj.com/RadioKiribatiAM1440_June2013.mp3 (Encoded at 56K/22hz, 58 minutes 35 minutes long)
http://www.onairdj.com/RadioKiribati_1440Khz_August2013.mp3 (Encoded at 96k/44hz, 49 minutes 36 seconds long)
Feel free to share these links or post them elsewhere, just give me credit for them and link to my website, http://www.onairdj.com if possible.
Happy Holidays! Paul”

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Global Perseus WAV Files for Download

From 2007 to 2010 I operated the *Five Below* blog for Perseus SDR
enthusiasts, I also hosted Perseus WAV recordings sent in by DXers around
the world.

Although the blog is history (but available in a 36mb archived ZIP
form http://realmonitor.com/Five_Below.zip)
the Perseus WAV files live on. There are currently 91 files freely
available for download at:

*http://www.mediafire.com/?1shbad73mby1c *This folder includes the
recently uploaded Hawaii recordings made by Dave Aichelman.

If you do not own a Perseus SDR, you can still explore the MW band (and
often LW too, depending on the file) by downloading and installing the demo
Perseus software http://microtelecom.it/perseus/Perseusv21hDemo.zip or
using the free HDSDR software http://www.hdsdr.de/.

Because these WAV files contain “IQ” data representing a swath of RF
spectrum that Perseus can play back, the files can be very large. The
reward for your downloading patience, however, is gaining access to the MW
band as heard in other parts of the world than your own. This can be a
great way to access local programming, check IDs, or simply vicariously DX
from another location.

In most cases there are comments on the WAV files, notes on antennas used,
etc. found in my archived Perseus blog http://realmonitor.com/Five_Below.zip.
You’ll just need to cross-reference the dates of the WAV file uploading to
the articles/entry date in the blog.

Thanks to all the Perseus owners who shared their Perseus WAV files with
other DXers via *Five Below*.

73,

Guy Atkins

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