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Shortwave Pirate / Radio Ronin Shortwave 6925 AM 2300 UTC 17 SEPT 2019
« on: September 17, 2019, 2307 UTC »
2300 Music playing, OM talking into rock tune. Some good S9 peaks but a lot of fade and noise. Sounding good.
2310 Radio Ronin Shortwave ID? Tough copy. Thanks for the correction Skip!
2317 Blues tune. Some sideband chatter, "Hola...Hola".
2324 Down in the noise now.   >:(

Thanks for the tunes.

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Shortwave Pirate / Skunkhole Radio 6936 LSB 2237 UTC 28 AUG 2019
« on: August 28, 2019, 2238 UTC »
2237 Great signal, S7 or so. Music playing.
2241 ID Skunkhole Radio.
2245 ID
2246 OFF

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Other / UNID 6975 kHz CW 2120 UTC 1 MARCH 2019
« on: March 01, 2019, 2128 UTC »
2120z CW


 
PLETX GDFSQ BWCXV SDARF STYUI QLOMA YTGDF NTGSR ZCWVS QNHNB VCGFT PMAIK NCVXG G ESIH KAUER SQFZR ATGDT
45273 KQLAP MOAUJ BCNGY KEHTGF DJSUY RTZWX QCAVB 20197 HNDVX RYEGH DKJBD CNBVX WJQUW YHDGE ZUSHQ WNBX A
ZUJAI KQLAP MQNHJ WKJIU YDHGF ETSFZ WMAPL YHUGF XBWHZ QJAHU WKQLM 37265 WVSDA BWNJK QLAPM OLQJH NWJIO
TGETS WVDECQ AMPJU WNLQI KQLHJ 46276 WCXVD QGBNH AZUJK QLAMP PMLKEU NWBVF CHERZ AYHSF WNBJU YHSDQ E E E4
E E IE E H EIE EI*B CVXFE ZRSFQ AWNHJ QKALI NWBCG RTFSV 18*56 XCDVF 25472 YHDGX WNBQ W AUJGD WJNKL UMI GO LUR
KD XCWVS ZRFAT WHQJY BUHFS YUTGD SGQHA ZBWHP QMAOL KQIAH

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1216z SIO:132 Fair copy. News, commentary. Hearing lots of stations from Asia-Pacific.

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European Pirate / Laser Hot Hits 6205 AM 2249 UTC 6 March 2018
« on: March 06, 2018, 2251 UTC »
2249 ID LHH into pop music. S6 peaks, mod fade and noise.

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Latin American Pirate / Lupo Radio 6973 AM 2336 UTC 5 MARCH 2018
« on: March 05, 2018, 2337 UTC »
Carrier on 6973, maybe bits of audio. Lupo?

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Shortwave Pirate / Voice of the Yetti 6925.4 AM 2318 UTC 15 FEB 2018
« on: February 15, 2018, 2322 UTC »
2318 SSTV into music, S5 noise and fade. Getting pounded by LSB chatter.
2328 Music. Signal down a lot now, brief peaks above noise.  :(
2324 SSTV into music, Bob Dylan perhaps.
2343 Steady S6 with music playing. SSTV over music. Peskies very loud.
2346 SSTV at S1, music.
2350 SSTV, Voice of the Yetti

Thanks for tunes

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Shortwave Broadcast / Olympics coverage on Shortwave?
« on: February 13, 2018, 2327 UTC »
Haven't had much time for listening lately, but has anyone heard any coverage of the Olympics 2018? Surprised there are no posts.

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Shortwave Pirate / Clever Name Radio 6940 USB 2220 UTC 21 DEC 2018
« on: January 21, 2018, 2220 UTC »
2220 Black Sabbath S9+, blistering signal!
2228 ID Clever Name Radio.
2233 ID and email by YL.
2239 ID
2251 The Doors, great tune!
2252 ID

Thanks for the show!

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The RF Workbench / Power Supply for TX
« on: December 24, 2017, 1303 UTC »
I'm looking to replace a cheap Chinese PSU I've been using to power my Lulu TX. It was good enough I guess to get things started but I recently got a scope and it looks like I get a lot of ripple/noise from my Chinese PSU. Carrier looks terrible on scope and it may be that I don't have my scope settings correct. I'm still learning how to use the scope but I strongly suspect it's the PSU. My audio sounds good on recordings that listeners send with reports, so I don't think the PSU is affecting the audio too badly anyway, but I think I should use a better PSU. I can save the image on the scope, I still have to figure out how to do that, if anyone wants to have a look at what my carrier looks like on the scope with the cheap PSU I can send that to you.

I looked around online for a new PSU but I would like to hear about what other people are using before I spent more money. The Lulu I got from Stretchyman will run from 12-24 volts. I usually stay at 18v (12 watt carrier) so a power supply that is adjustable between 12-24 volts is what I'm looking for. PSUs I see online for Ham radio only go up to 16v. I really don't want to use battery power.

Thanks for any help!

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