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Author Topic: Liquid Radio 6925.3 AM 2:18 utc July 27 2014  (Read 991 times)
Rockpicker
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« on: July 27, 2014, 0249 UTC »

6925.3 khz AM S6 - S7 audio about the same level as the storm static here.
~ 2:18 utc signal came up on top of RFW broadcast - occasional peskies in the lower side band
2:36 utc male OP made an ID  - could not make it out
2:39 utc  Another short ID - no luck this time...
2:43 utc playing what sounds like a dance tune - possible female vocals?
2:49 utc Male op talking - only woeds I think I made were "I'm sorry" ?? back to dance tune
2:50 utc  another Id - heard the word "Radio" the rest was in the static.
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3:04 utc  ID  80% sure I heard "We're Liquid Radio"  
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3:40 utc Dance music continues, signal to noise was better earlier,
not another clear Id heard since 3:04 utc.

Thanks for the confirmation!
Using headphones but the old ears just ain't what they used to be - static burnout now - over and out....

DC waterfall image captured at 2:54 utc



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« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2014, 0323 UTC »

I also heard the unidentified station on 6925.32 kHz here in PA in the 0242-0251 UTC time period, 27 July 2014.  Here's a link to my reception.  First some music, then an unreadable announcement.  Anyone know who this was?Huh?  Tough copy due to the weak signal and very noisy conditions.  Here's the link to the video;

http://youtu.be/O73XT5bTViY
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« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2014, 0340 UTC »

Extremely weak here, decent carrier but weak modulation.
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« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2014, 0352 UTC »

0352 Liquid Radio ID
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« Reply #4 on: July 27, 2014, 0425 UTC »

Slight am signal on 6.925.4. Barely heard some mx.
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« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2014, 1547 UTC »

Very weak on the SDR recording. Carrier, some traces of audio. That's about it.
The carrier went off at 0403.
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