I have been recording the 0500 UTC top-of-the-hour each morning for a week and have logged the following new stations.
- CMLA on 640 kc from Las Tunas, Cuba, transmitting 10 kW, 1447 miles to the south
- Europe 1 on 183 kc from Felsberg, Germany, transmitting 2000 kW, 2771 miles to the northeast
- Rikisutvarpid Ras on 189 kc from Gufuskalar, Iceland, transmitting 300 kW, 2482 miles to the east-northeast
- PTD navigational beacon on 400 kc from Potsdam, NY, transmitting 25 watts, 235 miles to the north-northwest
- WSJW on 550 kc from Pawtucket, RI, transmitting 500 watts, 82 miles to the east-northeast
- WCSS on 1490 kc from Amsterdam, NY, transmitting 1000 watts, 112 mils to the north-northwest
- WNBP on 1450 kc from Newburyport, MA, transmitting 1000 watts, 135 miles to the northeast
- WGAW on 1340 kc from Gardner, MA, transmitting 1000 watts, 83 miles to the north-northeast
Equipment used was an ELAD FDM-S2 with an 80-meter inverted Vee.