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Huh? / Re: Radio Totse Relay 6925 USB 0109 UTC 13 Dec 2013
« on: December 13, 2013, 1002 UTC »
Totse, very very very very very very very weak here, though that is not surprising.

Signal strength is somewhat like Dak's morals

What exactly do you have against Totse?. I'm guessing you are just some limp dick tool who is easily offended.


You would be somewhat wrong there...

I'm open minded about most things, but not what was on the site.

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Huh? / Re: Radio Totse Relay 6925 USB 0109 UTC 13 Dec 2013
« on: December 13, 2013, 0212 UTC »
You're up late eh?  (Echo-One)

I freed up the remote link for you... I'm on the TS-590 about 350' away with inverted vee with apex at 100' AGL.... Booming signal now!   ;D

Music is a little tough on the ears though. (just not my kind of yelling/screaming) lol


I only need an hour's sleep, so you'll find me on until very late.

This is the only time I've logged TOTSE as I do not care for what it represents. If you want to know, I'll PM you.

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Huh? / Re: Radio Totse Relay 6925 USB 0109 UTC 13 Dec 2013
« on: December 13, 2013, 0145 UTC »
Totse, very very very very very very very weak here, though that is not surprising.

Signal strength is somewhat like Dak's morals

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    Giving credit where credit is due, the work of RW observer and his number stations observation using the Twente WebSDR Receiver motivated me to go tinker with this site again. Presently there are over 60 receiver sites available at WebSDR.org.

     Of particular interest is the Twente general coverage Receiver of from 0-29.6 kHZ Not only do you get a high performance receiver, the chat box feature also enhances the experience (so far).

Ah, I have a fondness for that site myself. I say that because I am on nearly every day - all day!!! PA3FWM has done a great job with the website, and there is always a great number of regulars there to chat to.

By what name do you go under there?

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Shortwave Broadcast / Re: The Voice of Russia Mystery Continues…..
« on: December 11, 2013, 2250 UTC »
Did they not shut down and merge stuff to become radio Ukraine?

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SDR - Software Defined Radio / Re: $100 SDR
« on: December 11, 2013, 2248 UTC »
Anyone know if this sdr will work w/ any of the *nix flavors?

It does not work with Raspberry

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Shortwave Broadcast / Re: The Voice of Russia Mystery Continues…..
« on: December 10, 2013, 1707 UTC »
I wondered what would be the last language broadcast and at what time will they cease transmitting?

Somebody should call them up after they shut down and thank them for all the years

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Shortwave Broadcast / Re: The Voice of Russia Mystery Continues…..
« on: December 10, 2013, 0959 UTC »
I can only assume that everything has been lumped together to keep it under Putin's control - he is ex-KGB after all.

Do we know the actual time for the last Transmission? I'll raise a glass to them

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Huh? / Re: PACKET ^H^H^H^H^H^H WEATHER VIOLENCE
« on: December 10, 2013, 0954 UTC »
*Italian accent*

Are you listening to me?

Are you listening to me?

I'm the only one audible, so you must be listening to me!

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Also audible in the UK and on the Twente SDR

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and how could we forget a local in my area WDAS AM 1480 which airs- smooth jazz. Yup you read that right.


I must make a note to try and hear that one! I like smooth Jazz

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Channel Z 6925 AM 2255 UTC Dec 8 2013
« on: December 08, 2013, 2305 UTC »
ID at 2303 and into some track by the B52's

2308 - YL trying SOOOOOOOOOOO hard to be the Queen. *Echo One is not amused and wishes to register a protest*

2309 - IDs and DJ chatter

2315 - The Pescadores have turned up to ruin things

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Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6937 KHz AM 2249 UTC 8/12/2013
« on: December 08, 2013, 2250 UTC »
2250 - S8 signal into NH with the Crazy Frog version of the Axel F tune

2252 - Popcorn (Crazy Frog Version)

2254 - Sudden off

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Exactly, Cmradio.  All I usually get on AM, within the States at least, is either right-wing ranting or the same sportscast again and again


Don't forget the pirates!

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Radio Free Whatever 6925 AM 1831 UTC 8 Dec 2013
« on: December 08, 2013, 1901 UTC »
S5/6 on the NH remote

1900 - Song I don't know the name of

1902 - Another song I dont know... with female singers

1905 - Possible news audio clip from the actual event

1907 - Male version of "I don't Want To Set The World On Fire"

1910 - ID and "This Is Radio Free Whatever Time Waaaaaarp"

1910 - Instrumental of "Somewhere, beyond the sea"

1916 - News clip

1941 - ID and Dickweed and Stephen talking and speaking the email together

1942 - Sign off

1942.20 seconds - carrier off

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Greetings, Comrade Dickweed from Comrade Echo

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