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Peskies / Re: UNID 13560.5 USB 1200 UTC 18 May 2018
« on: May 25, 2018, 0221 UTC »
R4002,

Thank you a lot for your words, give me a few days for make a list where I've logged RRTSs.

73!

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Peskies / Re: UNID 13560.5 USB 1200 UTC 18 May 2018
« on: May 21, 2018, 2312 UTC »
Many RRTSs on 22 metre band. Also chilean gendarmeria operates on that segment.

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Josh,

High powered transmission don't disturb me, but when they don't calibrate well their own rigs:  >:(.

73.

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R4002,

Very nice to see new logs of RRTS, I got cheated with the SDR that I bought on eBay so I keep without SSB receiver for all the bands, only my CB radio and a tecsun pl380 for listening to AM stations.

73.

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ChrisSmolinski,

Yes, here in Chile is quite difficult to get audio from Lupo because of bad propagation at this moment. It transmitts 24/7  so we only must keep trying.

73.

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Latin American Pirate / Re: UNID 6934.9 AM 0118 UTC 4 May 2018
« on: May 05, 2018, 0153 UTC »
Also it plays Argentinian 80s - 90s music but the signal seems to be from other country.

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Latin American Pirate / Re: UNID 6934.9 AM 0118 UTC 4 May 2018
« on: May 05, 2018, 0151 UTC »
Here in Chile no one knows who is it, but the signal doesn't come from Argentina or Chile, probably from Brazil or countries closer to the Ecuador. Also it seems to have a really big transmitter and antenna.

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Yes, It was Lupo, I was listening to it at that hour here in Chile, I love tangos, zambas and milongas!

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Matt_B,

It's the name that receives CB channel 6 where a lot of folks transmit in AM mode with overmodulation and SUPER HIGH POWER in antenna.

73!

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R4002,

Thank you very much for this information, the CB it's a very interesting band, many things for listen to... Thank you again for the given frequency recommendations and 73.

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10/11 meters / CH 6 superbowl channel received in Latin America
« on: April 03, 2018, 2323 UTC »
A catch of the superbowl channel here in Latin America (Chile), I don't know if they operate with 50 KW or if they use super high gain antennas...

How do they solve the problem with silence zones?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldl5Xf7S68Q

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A lot of qrm from near broadcast station. It sounded like a radiotelephone conversation but it seems that they could be just peskies hiding form ham radio operators between AM 41 meters broadcast stations.

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Broadcast Announcements / 6940-6950 kcs, In a facebook group...
« on: December 29, 2017, 1656 UTC »
A guy from the FANATICOS DEL AM facebook group said that he is built a PWM transmitter with 20 W of power for transmitting rock music on the mentioned frequency segment.

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Today the civil defense of Chile had a very intense activity on their main frequency on 6951 during presidential elections in the country.

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Latin American Pirate / Re: UNID 6954.8ish USB 2351 UTC 1 DEC 2017
« on: December 05, 2017, 2258 UTC »
Probably Dontri. Sometimes I hear SSTV and music, but I must say that anyone who transmitt music over SSB is an idiot, there is no way to make the recepciot comfortable.

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