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Title: Not So Angry Bahstads 6224 USB 2227 UTC 28 Jan 2020
Post by: ChrisSmolinski on January 28, 2020, 2228 UTC
2227 Good signal, mention of Marblehead
2252 "6224 where no one can probably find us" -  ;D

Said they would be back tomorrow night.  So will we.
Title: Re: Not So Angry Bahstads 6224 USB 2227 UTC 28 Jan 2020
Post by: IZS4 on January 29, 2020, 0025 UTC
Im a bit late at 00:24. Hearing voice traffic in Spanish. I wish I knew Spanish. It would improve my listening by leaps and bounds. Signal is 5/7 ,5/8
Title: Re: Not So Angry Bahstads 6224 USB 2227 UTC 28 Jan 2020
Post by: R4002 on January 30, 2020, 1532 UTC
"6224 where no one can probably find us"

Love it.  Compared to, say, 6870 kHz USB or 6095 kHz USB or any of the other out-of-band frequencies they use.  There's your proof that their radios are programmed to display frequency directly.  Per the USCG website, 6224 kHz is one of the 6 MHz marine HF SSB ship to ship simplex frequencies - "shared and are not available for the exclusive use of any station", along with 6209 kHz, 6212 kHz, 6227 kHz, 6230 kHz, 6510 kHz, 6513 kHz and 6516 kHz.