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Shortwave Broadcast / VORW- 6115 khz AM- 4/18/20 2212 Z- WWCR
« on: April 18, 2020, 2214 UTC »
Good signal inPA, rock & pop music

Amateur Radio / Chirp download --- Windows 7?
« on: April 03, 2020, 1953 UTC »
I recently dug my little qrp Luiton LT898UV  out and was messing with it. I decided to add some repeater frequencies via Chirp and had no luck. I downloaded it and it shows up in my programs list in Control Panel but the usual desktop icon was nowhere to be found. Help! I am too stubborn to get Windows 10 and still have a lot of luck on Windows 7 and will stay there until I can no longer use it. Could it be that Chirp does not recognize Windows 7 any longer? Suggestions? Comments? Thanks


Spy Numbers / 9155 KHz AM numbers in Spanish
« on: November 28, 2018, 1052 UTC »
11/28/18-First tuned in 9155 KHz  at 1015 z-Spanish female voice- signal- S9+10dB  went silent.  Came back on 1029 z. Signal went off the air 1050 z


Peskies / Net on 4.875 USB?
« on: October 28, 2018, 1051 UTC »
I just learned about this forum through Youtube. Very interesting.

On October 7, 2018, at 1200 Z, while scanning for something to listen to, I picked up a bunch of guys on a net at 4.875 MHz., upper sideband. None of them were using a recognizable U.S. callsign. I could only write down what I took to be the net control operator. He signed- "AFS4FL". Nothing showed on a QRZ search. The topic of the net escaped me. They did seem to be talking about computer software at one point. I have heard other such nets which occurred just above the 80 meter band. They also used callsigns which were untraceable. Has anyone heard these guys around 4 MHz?

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