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Author Topic: Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013  (Read 2644 times)

Offline OldSeaRock

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Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« on: November 09, 2013, 0512 UTC »
OM - "Who's out there - 6925"....

05:15 UTC - OP - "6925 , the manliest of modes, who's out there?  Let's hear you."
05:18 UTC - keying up
05:19 UTC - short blast of music, then silence
05:20 UTC - unid music as the show begins - strong 5-9 into Tejas
05:26 UTC - Thanks for the shout-out, Mr. Op
05:25 UTC - OP/ID - "Red Mercury Labs....Spike has been working on the tumblr account...check it out"
05:28 UTC - Big Time - Peter Gabriel - 5-9+ and nice audio
05:32 UTC - OP/ID - "The manliest of modes - are we really doing this?"
05:33 UTC - Breaking The Law - Judas Priest
05:36 UTC - Dance of Death - Iron Maiden
05:45 UTC - I Can Feel it Coming Back Again - Pearl Jam
05:50 UTC - Mexican Radio - Wall of Voodoo - 5-7 signal into Tejas
05:54 UTC - Transmission stops - then some music starts back again, qsb into the noise floor?

Thanks for the great show, Spike & Crew!
« Last Edit: November 09, 2013, 0558 UTC by OldSeaRock »
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Re: Unid 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2013, 0523 UTC »
Ah...sounds like a Yoshi xmitter.  All you Zombies at 05:20.  Thanks Spike!       S7 here, sounding great as usual, well above the high noise floor here tonight.                                                                                       
« Last Edit: November 09, 2013, 0532 UTC by Dr. Strangelove »
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2013, 0553 UTC »
S-7 in western NY
Western New York - Buffalo - Niagara Falls.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2013, 0557 UTC »
Red Mercury Labs (presumed) on 6925 kHz USB late night transmission,

"Mexican Radio" at 0551 UTC.

Signal peaking S-7, average S-4 usable in USB. Haven't heard any peskie interference at this hour.

Thanks for the late show!

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2013, 0603 UTC »
now, QRT.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2013, 1448 UTC »
Recorder Catch on 6925

Very nice signal here with details as noted above.  0553 the Red Mercury must have sailed into some magic fog bank because it just disappeared here.

Thanks for the show RML!
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« Reply #6 on: November 09, 2013, 1500 UTC »
Recorder catch:

6925 USB *05:19z-06:01z*

Overall good signal with a bit of fading at times, but good tunes as usual

Audio (complete show): https://archive.org/download/Httparchive.orgdetailsShortwavePirateRadioCont2/RedMercuryLabs6925Usb0519z-0601z11-09-13.mp3

Thanks RML! :)

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6925 USB 05:12 UTC 9 Nov 2013
« Reply #7 on: November 09, 2013, 1759 UTC »
Good signal here on the SDR recording.
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