Author Topic: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013  (Read 3094 times)

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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #15 on: November 24, 2013, 0244 UTC »
Hey, this is Terry Provance. Been away from the hobby for several years. just turned on the Drake R8A here in Spring Valley, CA and heard this station on 6935 USB. First started listening at 0204, an R&B jump type song, followed by a similar song. Went to an old country-western type/western swing maybe? Also heard some early rockabilly/doowop. Word
"mama" where I could hear words. No song IDed. No station ID heard. at 0232 heard a dixieland song. The station peaked at an S3 around 0205 and then very gradually faded. Barely audible now at 0242 UTC, 11/24/13.  I think this is probably the station reported here by others - Wolverine Radio. Amazingly I'm using an HF Engineering H-800 active antenna with the Drake R8A. No other enhancements. PSE QSL.

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3825 Settineri Lane
Spring Valley, CA 91977-1043
Drake R8A with LF Engineering H-800 active antenna

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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #16 on: November 24, 2013, 0301 UTC »
Hey Terry! Welcome back to the hobby. Nice catch from out there on the west coast.
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #17 on: November 24, 2013, 0305 UTC »
Welcome Terry! 
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #18 on: November 24, 2013, 0313 UTC »
Anyone capture the Wolverine sign off message?
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #19 on: November 24, 2013, 0314 UTC »
Wolverine signed with an appropriate SSTV pic:

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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #20 on: November 24, 2013, 0317 UTC »

Yes, Momma Wolverine  :)

Signal was down tonight, S8 or so but still good copy.  Thanks for the show
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #21 on: November 24, 2013, 0530 UTC »
Who wants to pet that cute little baby wolverine?
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #22 on: November 24, 2013, 1330 UTC »
0240z
Wolverine Radio on 6935 live hr in Argentina, s2-3, some noise but audible.
Momma, this is DX! ~5000 miles, better on the vertical antenna. 0257z SSTV then off. Great show. TNX
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6935 USB 0145 UTC 24 Nov 2013
« Reply #23 on: November 24, 2013, 2225 UTC »
Who wants to pet that cute little baby wolverine?

Not Me!      Caught sign-on of Wolverine Radio @ 0146gmt., sounds like '40's +/- band music with female vocal, "Mamma, Oh Mamma".
Signal fair with slow fading, no qrm.  8)