ID: ca471711-a823-40b8-856f-b8f1cb18317b

Lynneberg, Dene

Low level signal strength on all frequencies. Not sure what mode you were transmitting in, but reception was made in the AM mode with bandwidth of 9.8 kHz apart from 2 brief periods when in CW mode while tuned to 3.3 MHz. 3.3 MHz had modulation patterning but I did not know how to decode or interpret this modulation so I could not compare it to any of the movements you had listed in your movement space dropdown menu.
In your country of reception, I could not change from Canada to Alaska as it wasn't on your dropdown menu list, so I had to leave it as Canada. Where you not expecting or wanting any reports from Alaska. I also tried the Kiwi SDR operated by the New Zealand Radio DX League at Mangawhai in the upper part of the North Island of New Zealand but couldn't receive any of your signals on this Kiwi sdr. I hope my reports may be of some use to you and look forward to receiving your QSL if my reports are considered to be correct

Reception Reports

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Alaska, United States
Date Movement Media
Expand XIII. Mixing Moving Pictures (NBTV)
06:05:30 – 06:12:00
Frequency (MHZ)
200 foot Beverage antenna south 20dB attenuation
Kiwi SDR: Wl7NO SDR No.2
2 5 4 4 3

Signal strength was S3.5 on the S0 to S9+60dB signal strength scale.
Reception was in the AM mode. This time only minor modulation patterning observed.
Perhaps this group of frequencies 9.5 and 3.3 MHz was displaying the Luxembourg effect. Not sure which was the primary frequency but believe it may have been 3.3 MHz and the 9.5 MHz signal created by the Luxembourg effect.
Whereas with the 4.85 and 5.4 MHz grouping 5.4 MHz being the primary or main frequency and 4.85 supposedly the signal due to the Luxembourg effectm 4.85 was not observed. No Luxembourg effect happening with this pair of frequencies.