An Exceptional Weather Map
Norwegian Meteorological Institute
A Good Afternoon for Weather Data
I felt exceptionally lucky today to have received a really outstanding weather map from the Far North. The Ice-Service of the Norwegian Meteorological Institute distributes its cartographic data via the German Weather Service on 7880kHz. I currently have a JRC NRD-345 here, and I thought, "let's see how it does on RRTY and Weather Facsimile (WEFAX)."
As you can see, it did very well, indeed. I was well impressed with this reception result, which arrived here at around 15:47 on Wednesday, 9th February 2022. The equipment I used was:
- Wellbrook ALA1530 Loop
- JRC NRD-345 HF Receiver
- 7878.1kHz USB, Wide Filter
- U-PHORIA UMC202HD Soundcard
- Zorns Lemma 11.42 Software
It was an exceptionally clear afternoon today, after a damp and cloudy start, so I am remaining at my editor's desk for a while longer today, hoping that this result can be repeated.
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