DRM on HF

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I'm looking for current information blogs etc on DRM especially in English language on HF. Able to be received in ITU 2. Google Groups perhaps?
 
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I don't have an answer, but who would be interested in implementing DRM in that medium?
 
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I have a pre compiled Dream 2.2 for Windows.
Radio Marti has a strong sig. beamed towards Cuba.
I've listened to the BBC in the past. Not sure if they even are using DRM or shooting this way.
The whole Sourceforge project went stagnant.
 
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I have a pre compiled Dream 2.2 for Windows.
Radio Marti has a strong sig. beamed towards Cuba.
I've listened to the BBC in the past. Not sure if they even are using DRM or shooting this way.
The whole Sourceforge project went stagnant.
Where are you located? Is there very much DRM on HF bands able to be intercepted here in the SouthEastern US?


I have a pre compiled Dream 2.2 for Windows.
Radio Marti has a strong sig. beamed towards Cuba.
I've listened to the BBC in the past. Not sure if they even are using DRM or shooting this way.
The whole https://rnz-ressh.cloudinary.com/im...g_auto,q_auto,w_1050/4OJ0OQP_image_crop_26409 using? The 455Kc IF from my Icom R70 has high phase noise but I did get Vatican radio using that radio and a 455kit with dream on a PC.

What is YOUR hardware? Will a USB dongle go into the sw HF region and work?
 
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If your radio can dip into the HF range and you can receive 7345 kHz. And open your IF bandwidth to 10 kHz.
Radio Marti would be your best bet. Although in Spanish, it would get your feet wet. The signal is strong when broadcast. I only replied because I have received BBC and Radio Marti. BBC was "spotty" most nights.
Search DRM schedules and hunt around for a signal.
Here's what you're listening for:

 

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