African medium wave: SRTC Al-Barnameg al-Aam, the state broadcaster from Sudan can also be heard in Salzburg via the Khartoum/Soba station at about 18.15 UT on 765 kHz. Caution, Saudi Arabia also broadcasts in Arabic here.
A visible note for outdoor antenna users: Use CMCCs! These Common-mode current choke are absolutely worth their money, especially with longer coax feed lines in receive mode. As an example here is a screen of the Solomon Islands on 5020 kHz at my Asia Beverage, to see and hear the signal from the Pacific Ocean only with S3/S5, but the noise floor below (!) – 140 dBm makes listening possible. I use CMCCs from remoteqth.com and Bonito.
Southeast Asia! Myanma Radio from Naypyidaw confirmed today the mediumwave reception of the broadcast on 594 kHz with his QSL card. After many attempts in autumn last year, I was able to listen to the local morning broadcast from the “Republic of the Union of Myanmar” in mid-October around 23.25 UT here in Salzburg. Very happy about that QSL.
In November I was able to hear a new US state in the mediumwave band with my Beverage Array, which is very rare in central Europe: KRND – Jota Mexicana from Cheyenne in Wyoming could be heard on the X-Band frequency 1630 kHz at 05:00 UT with Mexican music and several station announcements in Salzburg. After many attempts I managed to get an answer from the station and thus to have confirmed my 40th US state on mediumwave.