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2259 hearing mx, poss blues, very weak and having difficulty finding proper tuning - maybe -0.080
2304 another song
2306 YL vocal - rappish?
2311 seems off now

S4 at best, and tough copy, but thanks!
TY 4 ID BOR


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North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 AM 2005 UTC 8Dec15
« on: December 08, 2015, 2008 UTC »
Seeing an intermittent S4 carrier here

108
Other / Pips 6920 kHz 1428 UTC 7Dec15
« on: December 07, 2015, 1452 UTC »
Noting pips on 6920.  Period seems to be 3 seconds.  Either props are sucky, or there are gaps in the timing.

No time to chase //s as I have to head out to work.

Seems to have gone off  around 1448 as I write this.
And back on at 1454.

109
North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 AM 1300 UTC 7Dec15
« on: December 07, 2015, 1310 UTC »
Noting some activity here, mostly an S4 carrier, no audio noted

110
QSLs Received / WABC eQSL
« on: December 07, 2015, 0105 UTC »


Thank you Russ; that was one helluva fun show!

111
0035 just signing on with IS from a SWBC stn, but I can't remember which
0038 blues - 10YA thanks for the id guys!
0043 OM ment a buch of dates, and a poss ID?  Audio was somewhat distorted and hard to follow, then the signal plunged to the floor
0046 the carrier is no longer visible here

Very weak with choppy fading

I listened to the audio recording several times and there definitely was an ID, "This is Radio <2 syllables?> Shortwave" ??
The initial IS is not from a SWBC; it's Ronin's "Shogun" mx
This is Radio Ronin I think

Thanks for the relay!

112
North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 AM *0006 UTC 7Dec15
« on: December 06, 2015, 0014 UTC »
Has been intermittent since *0006.  Low level audio which I can't make out.
0013 off for the most part

S6 w/ LSB pesk QRM

113
A massive S9+10 signal here now with great audio

DJ Rush Night playing Top 40 hits on WABC

0112 Bud Light "Real Men of Radio" commercial - signal down to around S9ish now
0115 OP; a ute just fired up in your LSB
0116 the ute is gone now
0117 on 6955 AM now
0118 weather forecast, and into The Brothers Gibbs
0124 "Daddy Drinks Because You Cry" - ROFL!
0125 "Let's climb back into the WayBack Machine"
0128 The Rush Night Psychiatric Hot Line spot, "Green Onions"
0132 "Chickenman" - Chickenman wins the Midland City Lottery
0139 T/C and ID for "WABC, where the good guys are!"
0146 "Hot Stuff" commercial, weather from the WABC Eye in the Sky
0152 "...no one ever died from a flat heinie"
0154 OP DJ with "shake your booty, girl!" over "Play That Funky Music"
0156 "From our house to your house", commercial for NoAssAtAll diet aid
0200 Rush Night gonna get you all shakin' from your nose to your toes, or something vaguely resembling that
0209 "8 minutes after 8" T/C, "Sunny Boy" soft drink ad, "WABC another hour of fun fun fun" ID
0211 "My Boomerang Won't Come Back"
0217 "From our house to your house, every Saturday night, from Asheville, Alabama"
0223 Real Men of Radio: "...you cover the city of license, the county of license, the state of license, and the entire eastern seaboard"
0227 "Nothing" commercial; guaranteed to drive the men wild when you put this on, ladies (more than a poodle skirt?  I wonder)
0230 OnStar spoof, then another adventure of the most fantastic crime fighter the world has ever known
0238 "...go to the fridge, cause the more you drink, the better I sound"
0242 "...remember every Saturday from 7 to 10 'cause that's the only night they give us we rock your box, baby!"
0259 Corrine's Biscuit Making Class commercial
0301 "Let's Hang On"
0307 DJ talking abt a friend that worked at a country station, and if you play the country mx backwards, everything turns out OK
0330 "Hang on to your girdle, Gertie, 'cause Chickenman is coming up."
0338 Microsoft Brew  commercial, "Welcome Back"
0345 An up to the minute report from the Ionospheric Weather Center
0346 "WABC, where you're hearing things" ID
0353 John Holmes Pizza commercial, coming soon on a table near you
0403 "My time is up", "WABC on the GoGo" ID, closing ann and tune
0406 off after "Happy Trails"

+- Thanks for this extremely entertaining show!

"Rush Night" could be and more likely is "Russ Knight"; I just left it the way I initially heard and first posted it.

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North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 USB *2258 UTC 4Dec15
« on: December 04, 2015, 2259 UTC »
2258 hearing OM talking w/ pianny mx (My Country Tis of Thee...) - weak w/ fading
2304 Still hearing OM talk over mx
2310 an AM carrier noted about +0.030

jDog needed a walk NOW...

2329 thought I heard Scottie 1 tones, but no cap here


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Other / Ditter Network 12025 kHz 1739 UTC 4Dec15
« on: December 04, 2015, 1746 UTC »
6 second period w/ length of .125 second

Was trolling the 25M SWBC Graveyard band

Seeing also:

13325
11300
11225
11025
10575

off some time around 1810z



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General Radio Discussion / Baby, if you've ever wondered...
« on: December 04, 2015, 1329 UTC »
A license for the call letters WKRP has been issued.

http://www.radiosurvivor.com/2015/12/03/lpfm-watch-real-wkrp/

Without any doubt, my favorite radio-related sitcom of all time.


117
General Radio Discussion / Tis the Season
« on: December 03, 2015, 2028 UTC »
We had fairly mild weather in the weekend following Turkey Day, and everyone in the 'hood got their holiday decorations out, including myself.  Probably not coincidentally, I have been noting a new QRN in the 43M band which commenced last Sunday.

It appears to be related to 60 Hz mains, but doesn't have the raspy spastic nature that I have observed when something goes bad on a power pole.  It is a kinder gentler background buzz which raises my normally S2-3 noise floor to S3-4.  The software noise blanker easily handles the audible noise, but when rendered it does obscure very weak signals in the SDR waterfall.  All in all, not a major problem.

For the most part, the shielded Wellbrook loop is effective against this.  The unshielded resonant loop I prefer to use can see it, but since that loop is on a rotator, I can get pretty good suppression on the noise.  I can also get a pretty good idea of where it is, and the null points pretty much right at a neighbor's house, and possibly a lighted tree.

So, just wondering: anybody else seeing any new noises now that the Holiday Lighting Season is upon us?


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Other / Ditter Network 6920 kHz 1933 UTC 3Dec15
« on: December 03, 2015, 1935 UTC »
Dits with a 3 second period and ~63 mSec width being noted around S5.

I have not checked for //s yet.

Seeing also:

6060
6240
6720
6820
7020
7240
7460
7570
7680
7800
7920
8040
8160
8280
8400
8530
8660
9190
9330
9610
9900
10200
10510
10670
10830
10990

The net seems to have shut down at 2009 UTC

119
North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 AM *2257-2305* UTC 2Dec15
« on: December 02, 2015, 2307 UTC »
unid mx heard weakly during this period.

120
North American Shortwave Pirate / UNID 6925 AM 1213 UTC 1Dec15
« on: December 01, 2015, 1214 UTC »
1213 Stones - Ruby Tuesday, Brown Sugar
1220 Dylan - Don't Think Twice  --  now right at the noise floor
1224 Linda Ronstadt - You're No Good
1233 Seger - Turn the Page
1244 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody, ABB - Whipping Post
1302 some talk (I think) swept tone, then off

Fair but fady signal initially, but reception tailed off here.
Sounds like great audio!

I cannot get an ID from the audio recording.
The robust bass and distinctive swept tone at the end suggests this may have been THX1138.
see  http://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,24788.0.html  

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