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Station just signed on. The op said no one else was on so he fired up.

ID via a SSTV image. Had to reboot the computer and couldn't save the image.


Good signal with some type of a story.

Story about a dog-man in Michigan. 

Weak spacey music in the noise.

Many ids at 2051z sign on. Good signal.

Good signal relaying Gilles live from his You Tube channel.

Weak music

Just tuned to a good signal with music.
Of course right after I hit enter the signal droped into the noise.
Good id at 0016z.

Signal is back up.


Between SSTV images there are two station ids sent in morse code.

Signed off at 0058z.

Music in the noise with some QRM.
Seems off at 2318

Moved to 6955 at 2318 probably to get away from the noise on 6950.





Fair to good signal here. Reported as WDOG, no id heard yet.
Good id as WDOG at 0037z.

North American Shortwave Pirate / unid 6925 USB 2320 03 September 2020
« on: September 03, 2020, 2324 UTC »
Nice signal with music on 6925 USB.

Seems off at 2335z, no id.

Weak signal with talk. Has an Undercover Radio sound to it. Seems to be a Damn Skippy relay:


Not sure what to make out of this. Very strong and fast CW signal on 6950, I was using USB for the mode with fldigi for the decode. For what its worth here is what I got:

E :ESIIE TR5IGIT ET E **S <VE>LPSL <KN>E IE H EISDO *T6 T S E E EAI EE IVA *H X 7OE774 T EITXT *ENE N*75 8 1E 9 J E N IINTNF E T EU EI AES TTID*  S3S UT SS W5TGET 99E63 EH7641 3 UN 28 42669 73372 4639OE 32ET * 488* 6 72878 68EE 56
EOIM9 88 *74 *FTEOE 78378 TFTT25 V4631 38*8E M 77124 G TTNIT 74481 Z4T5D 68M E94 T9NT1 2T1IEH 1ON28* 2233SA 2TL13S T 4AMB DETI 4J*54 4753* 48 T: :NSO1 *5W 9 917O O 6 27A A J2TII4 4TMI G W3H 3* B8 DT27 45854 92 8I455 1 * B48
TIAE55 TT365 7UA TET 8A E1 8D *1 V 26VE2<VE> <VE>S91 J2U T83 483NS 32SA7T 9B 23H 3T1TEI8 *M E588 II1163 6EMTA 2T E 3EUS I I E E E EET E SE*EE *MEAST T ENNE YAIO8 *3T53 213 BT 5655T 39185 8T71 AW9642 1J634 W2887 7TT1O 82224
IT33WA9 323* 8 7I E5T6 Z 4699 5T175 75T88 2TL92 5118 *32T1 E EAEE E EV T T T T T

MW Loggings / WCSZ 1070 AM DX Test 0429 UTC 22 August 2020
« on: August 22, 2020, 0432 UTC »
At 0429  WCSZ sent a CW station id on 1070 AM. Station is running a DX test.

I heard two blues songs not sure of the titles but one mentioned New Orleans several times. After the two songs there was a series of SSTV images which was followed by another blues song. That was followed by a message repeated four times which sounded like "this is the kind of rap you don't get used to" or something like that. Off at 0228z.



I actually had my receiver tuned to 6936 AM and set the recorder. I put 6935.5 in my title because that was the frequency reported on HFU Rocket Chat.

I'm modifying my original post of an unid station to WORK, I received this email today and was given permission to share it on HFU.

  The unidentified station you reported with SSTV images on 6935.5 khz at
0:208 UTC on 22 August was WORK broadcasting with 55 watts AM.

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