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Hearing them here on 7350 and 9890, 9890 is coming in the best but I'm getting a little interference from 9885, 5965 is occupied by another station at the moment.

6925 AM

3:22 ut tuned in to Pink Floyd
Variable S7 - S9+10 sig - awesome audio
4:03 ut  thanks for the shout out -
Too bad for the static tonight - not worth recording - BUT - I'm listening in stereo by mixing the audio from two of the tuners on the Excalbur,
Using AMS - with USB on one and LSB on the other..
5:20 ut - Ending tonights show - sig down a bit average S8 now -
I see the auroral activity is up to level 9 right now - have to go out and check the skies.

As always - Excellent broadcast - Thanks X

That's interesting, because he was saying he was using C-QUAM and as far as I know, the Kahn stereo method was the only one that did the stereo channels on the seperate sidebands thing.

Coming in good here in south central PA despite the noise.

0250z-"Land of Confusion" Genesis

0300z-"Limelight" Rush (I requested that one)

Propagation just sucks tonight, I'm hearing him but there's some pretty horrible static here plus the signal is doing a lo of rapid fading.

0207z-Audio cuts out then carrier drops

Other / Re: Odd happenings on 7180 khz; 0321 UTC, 6/17/13
« on: June 20, 2013, 1547 UTC »
Sounds just like the upper end of 80 meters, around 3870. Yesterday heard a group of idiots on 7200 in an argument about who owned the frequency, evidently someone was on there first then someone else decided they wanted on, and I'm just laughing at them the whole time.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6920 kHz
« on: June 20, 2013, 0332 UTC »
Off suddenly at 0332z.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6920 kHz
« on: June 20, 2013, 0246 UTC »
I'm hearing it here too, appears to be on AM.

Was picking it up in the backyard with the E100, coming in strong in south central PA on the FT-101 (s meter is broke so I can't tell how strong).

0204z- "Addicted" Saving Abel

10/11 meters / Re: Different Language QSO'S on 25.845 LSB
« on: June 18, 2013, 2050 UTC »
Sounds like some freebanders using CBs with the extra channels.

Spy Numbers / Re: XP Polytone? 7096 kHz LSB 2226UTC 17JUN13
« on: June 18, 2013, 1235 UTC »
Pretty sure that's some ham radio digital mode, especially if it was in LSB (I would think that if would be anything else it would've been in USB, since hams are about the only ones who use LSB). And 7096 would be in 40 meters, not 80.

Tuned in just in time to catch the tail end of it after my girlfriend sent me a message that her dad said to listen to 6925, I didn't hear an ID and she said he didn't either.

S8 to S9 here in south central PA.

Other / Re: RTTY (?) on top of WWV, 10mHz
« on: April 22, 2013, 0150 UTC »
I'm hearing it here too, I think I've heard the same thing before on that same frequency.

Hearing the same thing here in south central PA, just barely above the noise.

0017z: Heard a male announcer, but can't make out any ID, plus the whistling is still going on.

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