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About an S5 here in N. Alabama w/ high QRN.  UNID Rock MX at 0136 UTC, but nice "Mix Radio" ID by female announcer at 0139 UTC.  Starting to peak at 0142. Was able to ID song as Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" at 0144., followed by "Eternal Flame" by The Bangles.    PSE QSL.

Frequency ?


North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6927 AM 1436 UTC 3 Nov 2018
« on: November 03, 2018, 1447 UTC »
S6 here in N. Alabama w/ Alt Rock that sounded somewhat like Green Day.  Suddenly off at 1447.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: X-FM 6975 AM 0002 UTC 1 Nov 2018
« on: November 01, 2018, 0158 UTC »
Called the XFM phone number of (408) 800-6925 and left a message.  Signal starting to peak here at 0150 UTC in N. Alabama.  Thanx for all the great shows, XFM !!


North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: X-FM 6975 AM 0002 UTC 1 Nov 2018
« on: November 01, 2018, 0023 UTC »
Fair here in N. Alabama.  Lots of QRN, due to impending storm front.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6930 AM 22:55 Oct 31 2018
« on: October 31, 2018, 2305 UTC »
S7 here in N. Alabama.  Monologue by man w/ Brit accent.

North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6950 AM 2214 UTC 31 Oct 2018
« on: October 31, 2018, 2216 UTC »
UNID Halloween station w/ sound fx, Halloween-themed songs.  Loud.  Audio periodically cuts out.  Songs included "Shock The Body", "I'm The Cat They Call Monster Mouth".  Off at 2244.

Solid S8 signal here in N. Alabama at 0145, but mod seems a bit low.  UINID Smooth Jazz and R&B music.  "Mix" ID by female at 0150.  Signal starting to peak around 0155, when I heard the same female w/ ID that sounded like "Thank you for tuning to Mix".  More Smooth Jazz, another "Mix Radio" ID by same announcer at 0210.  More Smooth Jazz/ R&B, a quick "The Mix" ID by female at 0217, followed by return to music.  Began to fade a lot around 0225, but still there w/ the same music.

PSE QSL info below.


Solid S8 w/ great mod and vey little fading here in N Alabama at 0040 w. VORW relay, UNID song "The First Time", followed by Talking Heads "Road To Nowhere", into more VORW dialogue.

PSE QSL below.


Sold S7 here in North Alabama at 0330 w/ The Doors "Been Down So Long", "Not To Touch The Earth".  Robotic female voice ID w/ "Seventrees" at 0336, then off

PSE QSL to below.  73

QSLs Received / Re: Relay Station eQSL
« on: May 28, 2018, 0328 UTC »
Same here - thanx and 73 to the Relay Station for the great show and speedy e-QSL !

Very good signal, but low mod here in N. Alabama w/ pop (Fleetwood Mac, England Dan & John Ford Coley).  "This Kiss" by Faith Hill, followed by UNID dance music.  PSE QSL to below address.

73 de JD Stephens

Very strong here in N. Alabama w/ dance music (all UNID artists, to me).  Frequent "Wild 100" and "Generation Wild" IDs.  PSE QSL to below address.

73 de JD Stephens

Good signal at 0001, but tons of T-Storm QRN.  Country music by female artists.  ID at 0010, into monologue by Johnny Cash, then song by Toby Keith andanother by Johnny Cash. Signal getting stronger at 0015.  Nice strong ID at 0021, followed by John Conlee.  Aother ID at 0024, then "God Bless America" by Martina McBride and more patriotic Country music by Charlie Daniels, Bocephus and other.  ID and QSL info at 0041, followed by SSTV.  SSB at 0043, ID, then off at 0045.

73 de J.D. Stephens

S8 here in N. Alabama at 0200 w/ lots of UNID music, station ID by man w/ "r-o-c-k" in the name.  0212 UTC - All For Love" by Rod Stewart/Sting/Bryan Adams, "If You Don't Know Me By Now" by Simply Red.  "Big Yellow Taxi" by Joni Mitchell at 0220, followed by "Both Sides Now" by Judy Collins.  Acoustic guitar cover of Elton's "Tiny Dancer" by UNID male vocalist at 0226.  Bluegrass cover of GNR's "Sweet Child of MIne" by Thunder and Rain at 0234. Music audio very good, announcement/ID was not as strong.  Could not copy.

PSE QSL to below.


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