Author Topic: Red Mercury Labs 6945 USB 0325 UTC 14Nov13  (Read 1152 times)

jFarley

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Red Mercury Labs 6945 USB 0325 UTC 14Nov13
« on: November 14, 2013, 0344 UTC »
0325 musical mix
0341 RML ID, T/C, talk about crew on the RM not pulling their weight
0352 ID, T/C, addy, Cars - "Just What I Needed", Simple Minds - "Don't You"
0406 Hooters - "All You Zombies"
0412 Heard shoutouts (Thanks!) as the band was in the process of crapping out here.
0414 RML just abt gone here

Abt S4 here; not great props, but we hear ya; thanks RML!
« Last Edit: November 14, 2013, 0415 UTC by jFarley »
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6945 USB 0325 UTC 14Nov13
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2013, 0405 UTC »
04:00
Nice reception! Its good considering its far away.
I mean I can tell what song it is (but I don't know its name).

And to think of how many hours I spent reading about better antennas today.  This random wire isn't bad.

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04:10
Woo hoo, mentions of Joe Farley and me as well as other interesting pertinent info... Like how random wires are regarded by some as magical and akin to things such as reading tea leaves. Lovin' it.
 I hear ya, my 4 year old was wondering why I was so excited :)  Its hard to explain to a kid.  

04:30
Thanks for the show, you slowly faded out.  Hoping for a fade in.
« Last Edit: November 14, 2013, 0513 UTC by Antennae »
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6945 USB 0325 UTC 14Nov13
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2013, 0418 UTC »
S4 when I first tuned in to an ID at 0412z. Improving a little bit to S6 with Gordon Lightfoot's "Edmund Fitzgerald".

0422z - Thanks for the shout.
0426z - Iron Maiden  S7
0440z - Clapton - "Wonderful Tonight" S8

Who was the last song dedicated to? You faded some and it wasn't clear.

Props didn't start great, but the noise wasn't too bad. Like Joe sez "We hear ya".
Thanks for the show.

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« Last Edit: November 14, 2013, 0445 UTC by Zane »
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6945 USB 0325 UTC 14Nov13
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2013, 0431 UTC »

Sounds good into Indiana w/ S-4 to S-8 sigs, no QRN, just some local powerline noise. Recording it in mp3 now.

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6945 USB 0325 UTC 14Nov13
« Reply #4 on: November 14, 2013, 1314 UTC »
SDR recording catch. 0326 sign on with a nice S8 signal. Last song heard here was "Wonderful Tonight"
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6945 USB 0325 UTC 14Nov13
« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2013, 1522 UTC »
I heard RML as I walked the hound, but I had my Tecsun PL380 as the radio du jour & was unable to do the whole SSB thing. The signal was coming in strong though as I didn't have the antenna extended at the time I did a scan of the pirate band at about 4:30z.
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