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0303 UTC SIO 344, s7 into my SDR direct. Lots of deep fades.
0303 Blues or jazz
0306 "Shufflin' The Blues" T-Bone Walker
0309 "Silver Spoon" Kirk Fletcher
Thanks for the program.
0320 "You're Breaking My Heart" B. B King
0324 "Wild Horses" The Rolling Stones
0331 Off
0334 Station back on
0334"Champagne & Reefer" Muddy Waters
0338 SSTV
0340 "When You Got A Good Friend " Robert Johnson
0344 "Got A Man In The 'Bama Mines" Merline Johnson
0346 "Vampire Women" Spark Plug Smith
0347 SSTV
0350 "Down The Line" Robert Nighthawk
0354 ID "Outhouse Radio
0354 "I Can't Quit You Baby" Willie Dixon

North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 USB 2048 UTC 6 FEB 2022
« on: February 06, 2022, 2052 UTC »
2048 SIO 333 into north central North Carolina. SDR RSP2
2048 UTC music " Superstition" Stevie Wonder
2050 UTC music " Don't Stop till you get Enough" Michael Jackson
2055 UTC music "Word Up" Cameo
2106 UTC male voice. Only picked out one word "politics"
2109 UTC music 'Super Freak" Rick James

S8 into North Central North Carolina with some fading.
2102 UTC music "Dreams" Allman Brothers
2110 UTC "Layla"
2118 UTC Big Bang  Xbox 1 comedy

S6 at 2154 UTC 6925 "Ding Dong The Witch IS Dead" The Fifth Estate
2156 UTC Halloween 365 repeated several times. Fading signal.
2204 SSTV signal but no decode of S3 signal

North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 AM 2145 UTC 26 Nov 2021
« on: November 27, 2021, 0259 UTC »
S7 UNID 2145 UTC "Black Friday" Steely Dan


Equipment / audio recorder
« on: December 30, 2018, 1657 UTC »
Hi. Great site. I'm not new to radios but only dabbled in SW/pirate listening. How does one monitor, say 6925 mhz for extended periods? I'm thinking some kind of software digital audio recorder or is analog recording equipment preferred? Also how do you manage the time stamp? I can see how that would be easy with a software audio recorder?


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