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Messages - OK_Mike

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Weak but audible here in the center of the US (OK, sort of the center).  About SIO 343.

Happy Halloween!

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0038Z "The broadcast will begin in three minutes" Solid s9 AM signal into central Oklahoma. Audio sounds great.

73, OK Mike

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S5-S7 in Okie land.  Bandwidth sounds narrow for music.  Thanks to the storms today, quite a bit of atmospheric noise. ID: Twangy Radio

73 and thanks for the show!

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0110 Z - IDed: XLR8; signal still solid here

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0102 Z - S7 in central Oklahoma; nice audio.  Very solid signal: listening on a Tecsun PL-880 on whip antenna while sitting on the patio.

Thanks much for the show and 73

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0201 z - S9 signal into central Oklahoma; excellent audio with no QSB.  Big band music, Hank Williams, great programing!  Thanks very much!

73, OK Mike

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S1-S6 here in Oklahoma - quite a bit of QSB and noise.

2308 - "As Time goes by"
2310 - Woman vocal
2312 - "Smoke gets in your eyes"

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S5-S7 in central Oklahoma but very good audio; little fading and only minor atmospheric noise.  The frequency and mode I copy here is 6050.65 kHz AM.

ID - The Crystal Ship
2346z - Yummy, yummy, yummy, I've got love in my tummy

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S5-S7 here in central Oklahoma.  Nice audio on the music for LSB.

Radio: CommRadio CR-1

73, OK Mike

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Unfortunately, the signal is just barely above the noise here in central Oklahoma.

73, OK Mike

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The signal is just audible beneath the noise in Okie-land.

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HF Beacons / Re: F beacon 7.039.25
« on: November 13, 2014, 1427 UTC »
"F" beacon also heard here in central Oklahoma this morning at 1422 z (13/Nov/2014).  It's generally pretty steady at RST 429.  I'm using a Yaesu FT-857 and attic dipole at 35 feet.  There seems to be a second on a nearby frequency, but with QSB I can't quite copy its weak signal (maybe "T"?).

73 and thanks for alerting us to this beacon,

Mike W5RST
EM15

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North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: unID 6925 USB 0230z 11/10/14
« on: November 10, 2014, 0252 UTC »
Weak but clearly readable here in Oklahoma (S1-S2).  Noise not too bad tonight; little QSB (fading).  

0246 z- Speech in German (presumably Hitler)
0249 z - Militaristic chorale music with band (orchestra)

73, OK Mike

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0031 z - S8 here in Okie land - good audio but lots of atmospheric noise tonight.

73, OK Mike

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North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6925 AM 0203 UTC 1Nov14
« on: November 01, 2014, 0208 UTC »
Very weak here in OK; if I use USB and tune off frequency I can copy the carrier... not much else.

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