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Peskies / UNID Spanish Language 6930 kHz LSB 2130 UTC 28 Feb 2018
« on: February 28, 2018, 2135 UTC »
It's a little early for the pescadores, fishing fleet radio chatter and freebanders to be popping up on the 43 meter band, but they're there...just barely.  6930 LSB, 6.930 MHz LSB active with Spanish language traffic, at least 3 different stations heard...SIO 222 at best though.

722
Hearing bits and pieces of Spanish on 6900 kHz LSB, the usual watering hole for 43 meters.  Of course, it is 6:30am on the East Coast so I'm surprised I'm hearing anything at all (could be coming from the West Coast of course).

723
Peskies / 6950 kHz LSB vs. 6950.5 kHz USB 11 Feb 2018
« on: February 11, 2018, 2251 UTC »
UNID 6950 kHz LSB
UNID 6950.5 kHz USB

6950 is the new 6925 apparently.  Hearing QSOs in progress on 6950 LSB and 6950.5 USB at 2250 UTC Feb 11 2018

724
Peskies / 6919 LSB Music and Chatter Portuguese 2245 UTC 11 Feb 2018
« on: February 11, 2018, 2246 UTC »
Heard some music at 2244 UTC tune in...music stop and the frequency went back to the usual Portuguese fishing fleet chatter.  Possibly pescadores playing music over the radio at each other...lots of stations on frequency

725
Peskies / UNID Portuguese Language 6905 kHz USB 2240 UTC 11 Feb 2018
« on: February 11, 2018, 2244 UTC »
While I usually hear Spanish on frequencies close to 6900 kHz (-/+ 5 kHz channel steps), I am hearing what sounds like Portuguese on 6905 USB.  There's a strong ute transmission nearby which is making copy difficult.

726
Peskies / UNID Portuguese Language 6950 kHz LSB 2230 UTC 11 Feb 2018
« on: February 11, 2018, 2243 UTC »
Suspected fishery radio net 6.950 MHz 6.95 MHz 6950 kHz 6950 LSB

Hearing some very strong Portuguese language chatter on 6950 kHz, which is a common pirate radio frequency.  SIO 333 to SIO 444 coming in nicely.  Lots of other pescadore activity on various frequencies popping up tonight but 6950 seems to be the strongest at the moment..

727
EDIT:  corrected sign-on time per logs below reflecting 1854 UTC sign on

Noted slightly-FMing carrier on 6925.74 or 6925.75 with slight drift down in frequency

Seems to be increasing in strength at 1907 UTC, Steely Dan heard

1910 UTC - carrier has settled on 6925.7 kHz
1911 UTC - heard an OM talking, maybe an ID?  then back to Steely Dan
1912 UTC - Steely Dan - Deacon Blues
1914 UTC - lots of QSB / fading, some points it sounds really good...then it dives back into the mud
1922 UTC - hearing an OM talking, mention of "SDR" ....can't make too much else out
1923 UTC - sounds like music again

Going by the other logs - please do do a Super Bowl broadcast!  I'd much rather listening to it on pirate radio than watch it on TV :D

728
North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6955 AM 2357 UTC 3 Feb 2018
« on: February 03, 2018, 2359 UTC »
Hearing "Misunderstanding" by Phil Collins with lots of fading...modulation seems a little low but its also quite noisy.  Some QRM from pescadores/freebanders chatting away on 6955 kHz LSB

0001 UTC - REO Speedwagon - Time For Me To Fly
0004 UTC - Bruce Springsteen with QRM from 6960 kHz LSB - lots of Spanish language traffic coming in tonight....but also lots of pirates!
0011 UTC - thought I heard SSTV underneath Cyndi Lauper - Girls Just Want To Have Fun
0014 UTC - Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs - Lil' Red Riding Hood
0018 UTC - bits and pieces of various songs, skipping around
0022 UTC - Jimi Hendrix - Manic Depression
0024 UTC - OFF rather suddenly

729
North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6939 USB 2204 UTC 3 Feb 2018
« on: February 03, 2018, 2205 UTC »
Strong signal, pieces of songs, then off, then back on again...

Seems to be gone by 2207 UTC or so

730
While listening to OTR on 6770 kHz AM, I can hear several conversations (often both sides of the conversation at once) on the following frequencies:

6760 kHz USB, 6789 kHz LSB, 6790 kHz USB, 6801 kHz USB

6790 kHz USB has been logged several times in the past, and is likely part of the Rural Radiotelephone Service (RRTS).  6789 kHz LSB is also extremely active as is 6760 kHz USB

731
Lots of fading but I am getting bits and pieces of audio, mostly audience laughter and OMs and YLs talking, pieces of words and phrases heard including "behind you!" at 2151 UTC but there is a carrier on 6770 kHz


2153 UTC - "get a tattoo" "that one you sell it"
2154 UTC - lots of audience laughter, signal up to S5 "okay I'll get it removed in the morning" OM and YL talking
2159 UTC - signal dropped significantly...can barely hear any audio
2200 UTC - bits and pieces of audio coming up, carrier still there at S3 signal level

732
Most of the stations sound better on 6918.8 kHz USB, but are also pretty well readable on 6919 kHz USB.  6919 LSB is a commonly used Portuguese language frequency...but I think this is the first time I've logged 6919 kHz USB (or 6918.8 kHz, for that matter).

Unlike 6930 USB, these stations are coming in very strong.  SIO 333 to SIO 444

733
Peskies / UNID Spanish Language 6930 kHz USB 2130 UTC 31 Jan 2018
« on: January 31, 2018, 2132 UTC »
A bit early in the evening for these guys, but 6925 LSB is also waking up...so maybe not.  SIO 111 is giving them more credit than they deserve.

Perhaps there will be some Latin American pirate broadcasters logged tonight.

734
Peskies / UNID Italian Language 5125 kHz USB 2135 UTC 30 Jan 2018
« on: January 30, 2018, 2138 UTC »
Strong Italian two-way chatter - sounds very much like freebanders or ham operators on 5125 kHz USB.  SIO 333 with good copy and some very minor fading.  Still going strong at 2137 UTC

735
keywords: 43 meter pirate radio band pirate frequencies Spanish on 6900 LSB 6.900 MHz 6800-7000 kHz 6765 kHz to 7000 kHz fixed mobile allocation SSB nets Latin America DX below 40 meters 7 MHz intruders illegal out of band operation what is freeband radio outbanders freebanders 6900 LSB 6925 LSB 6933 LSB 6935 LSB 6925kHz peskies pescadores fishing boat radio fishery radio fisheries radio HF-SSB marine out of band 41 meters Spanish ragchew net 6900 LSB 6955kHz 6950kHz 7000kHz 6666.6 kHz


6996 kHz LSB - Spanish language (weak)
6990 kHz USB - Spanish, likely freebanders or outbanders (land based stations, not fishing fleets)
6987 kHz LSB - Spanish language
6975 kHz LSB - Spanish language (sporadic signals, but sometimes quite strong)
6965 kHz LSB - Spanish language
6955 kHz LSB - Spanish language, active
6950 kHz LSB - Portuguese language, active with strong signals
6950 kHz LSB - Spanish language heard underneath the strong Portuguese
6940 kHz LSB - Spanish
6935 kHz LSB - Portuguese, very strong
6933 kHz LSB - Portuguese, another commonly heard pescadore frequency, like 6925 kHz LSB
6925 kHz LSB - Portuguese language (likely fishing fleets)
6920 kHz USB - Spanish, getting QRMed badly by 6925 LSB
6915 kHz LSB - Spanish, mixing with and causing QRM to 6914 LSB and vise-versa
6914 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6911 kHz LSB - Portuguese (similar to 6925 LSB)
6910 kHz LSB - Spanish (see 6900 LSB, 6905 LSB, 6895 LSB, etc)
6905 kHz LSB - Spanish, common freebander or outbander frequency
6900 kHz LSB - Spanish, busy as usual, several extremely strong signals heard
6895 kHz LSB - Spanish, freebanders that QSYed from 6900 LSB
6888.8 kHz USB - Spanish, another commonly logged frequency
6874 kHz LSB - Spanish
6867 kHz USB - UNID language (too weak to tell for sure)
6863 kHz USB - Spanish, weak
6825 kHz LSB - Portuguese language (likely fishing fleets)
6819 kHz USB - Spanish, OM and YL talking

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