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Wolverine heard here in central Florida at 0040 UTC. Signal strong on an Sangean ATS-909 and 110 foot end fed wire.

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Some weak music here, SIO 222 or so.

I'm hearing WRRI here in Lakeland in central Florida. They are as strong as S8 and fade back to S4.

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North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6925.0 USB 02:22 UTC 9/4/15
« on: September 04, 2015, 0233 UTC »
ID at 0225 UTC Amphetamine Radio on 6925.0 kHz. SIO 444 in central Florida.

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I have Captain Morgan Shortwave on 6924.260 kHz AM. Audio is a bit over driven. First heard at 0030 UTC 12 July 2015. SIO 555. Variety of blues tunes. ID at 0040 UTC.

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I have North Woods Radio on 6935.000 kHz USB. SIO 544. Found them at 0002 UTC Sunday July 12, 2015 playing a variety of rock/blues music. ID at 0007 UTC with some barn yard type sounds included.

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At 0146 UTC I here you in Lakeland, FL on 6876.040 kHz and slowly drifting down in frequency. You are S9 with some fading and lightning static.

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XLR8. ID's at 0113 and 0116 UTC. S7 on Inverted L, S9 on loop in central Florida.

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From here in Lakeland, FL I have MAC Shortwave on 6950.45 kHz beginning at 2313 UTC. 2324 UTC playing Star Spangled Banner then abruptly disappeared. SIO 444 on horizontal loop and 344 on vertical.

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