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HF Beacons / Re: Russian Beacon
« on: June 29, 2009, 1737 UTC »
Has anyone heard the "V V V" beacon on 7002 kHz for a while? I don't believe I've heard it in a few years now.

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HF Beacons / Re: TR on during field day weekend
« on: June 29, 2009, 1735 UTC »
Wish I'd looked at this in advance. I would've listened for it.

Storms put a halt in our FD operations from about 9:30 pm CDT to 2 am, when it finally stopped raining, but everyone who was still there had been napping and we didn't feel like firing the generator up again!
:-(

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HF Beacons / Re: Beacons Heard here in NUT
« on: June 29, 2009, 1732 UTC »
OK on 3449 has been loud here in east central Illinois most of the time (S4 or better). I haven't listened for a while but over the winter the TMP beacon was pretty consistent copy in and out of the noise. Sometimes getting up to S4 or S5.

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID Station 6940 kHz
« on: June 29, 2009, 1252 UTC »
I don't think it was Dead Cat Radio.  I did hear "This is Radio <huge static crash>".

Zack

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Shortwave Pirate / UNID Station 6940 kHz
« on: June 28, 2009, 2341 UTC »
I took a break from ham radio Field Day operations last night just before the thunderstorm hit us and heard a station on 6940 AM. This was at 0214Z on June 28.

The station was playing old Shirley Temple songs - Animal Crackers In My Soup, When I Grow Up, etc. I couldn't get an ID.

Statis crashes were horrific. Had to pull the plug at 0220Z before the lightning took out the rig.

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