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North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: Family Radio
« on: October 21, 2011, 0004 UTC »
Off at 0004z (10/21/2011).

North American Shortwave Pirate / Family Radio
« on: October 20, 2011, 2348 UTC »
Family Radio up on 6924.75 AM at 2347 UTC (10/20/2011). Extremely strong S9+ signal and excellent audio. Family Radio identifications and music. I saw this logged the other day; this is my first logging.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: Radio True North 6925AM
« on: October 15, 2011, 0338 UTC »
Thanks RTN for playing my Utah Saints request!! Sounding great at 0338 UTC in the Boston burbs.

Heard it here as well. About S8, competing with some local QRN.

S9+30 and even higher here in the Boston burbs from 0000z (8/29) on. Ultraman (young announcer) and into Elvis at 0007z.

Utility / Bandscanning 8/28/2011
« on: August 28, 2011, 2244 UTC »
I was bored so here's some logs from tuning around this afternoon.

6709 USB. 2202z. Some kind of Asian language QSO. Fishermen? Moderate signal.
6577 USB. 2203z. Alitalia 603, others with New York Radio and the usual selcal checks. New York Radio very loud here.
6519 USB. 2205z. WLO with automated weather announcements.
6501 USB. 2206z. USCG (probably NMN Chesapeake) with automated weather. Strong.
6855 USB. 2209z. QSO in French (??) language.
6960 LSB. 2211z. Some foreign language chatter, plus an AM signal underneath?
6604 USB. 2213z. NYC area airport weather.
6977 USB. 2215z. MARS net? KIW509 is one of the calls.
8957 USB. 2221z. Shannon Volmet with weather.
8917 USB. 2221z. Unknown language QSO. Heavily QRMing New York Radio on 8918.
8918 USB. 2222z. Thomson 587 calling New York Radio for selcal check.
8894 USB. 2223z. Heavily accented civil aircaft activity.
8734 USB. 2228z. Olympia Radio (SVU) marine radio services, Athens, with announcements in EE and Greek.
8376 USB. 2231z. Russian (??) QSO.
8345 USB. 2233z. Spanish QSO.
7980 USB. 2235z. QSO in UNID language.
7880.4 AM. 2236z. Dead carrier.
7811 USB. 2243z. AFN with news.

That is all..

General Radio Discussion / Re: Toynbee Radio QSL
« on: August 28, 2011, 2008 UTC »
Have you read about Toynbee tiles? It's kind of fascinating. The wikipedia article even has a shortwave radio tie-in:



North American Shortwave Pirate / Mustang Radio 8/16
« on: August 17, 2011, 1248 UTC »
I'm a little late posting this log and I'm going on memory. When I got home yesterday afternoon I flipped the radio onto 6925 and was surprised to hear a very strong AM signal playing music. Thought it was a stateside station but it turns out it was Mustang Radio from Holland! He was S9+10 with excellent audio. Email address of mustangradio@live.nl. Announcements in English. The operator hangs out in Iann's Pirate Chat and will acknowledge reception in real time. The time was about 2225z through at least 2240z I believe. Music from Whitesnake, U2, Dire Straits and others. Reception was on a TS-480 with a 40m dipole. Hopefully we will have more persistent conditions like this as we go into the fall.

Utility / Some 11175 logs.
« on: July 31, 2011, 1802 UTC »
I'm spending this beautiful summer day inside with the radios because I screwed up my back.  >:(

Here's a few logs from 11175 KHz earlier this morning.

1430z BRIGHT WARRIOR calling ANDREWS MOBILE and then any station for a radio check; no joy on either.

1457z KING 76 calling MAINSAIL for a radio check. He refers to the frequency as "One-One Upper". Puerto Rico responds, KING 76 has him 5x5.

1511z TEN FOOT (?) calling OFFUT several times. OFFUT finally responds after several minutes. OFFUT requests QSY to 11220 KHz.

I also have it here in the Boston area with a signal that varies between S3 and S7. Very significant band noise tonight. The music sounds pretty clear but I am also foiled every time I have heard an ID.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: Unid 6925 2305z (Channel Z?)
« on: April 15, 2011, 2348 UTC »
Positive Channel Z ID at 2345z. Solid S9 signal here in the Boston burbs. Summer themed music.

2322z - Wings "Maybe I'm Amazed". S7-S8 but a lot of local QRN from the plasma screen TV...

North American Shortwave Pirate / WBOG 6925 AM
« on: March 20, 2011, 2058 UTC »
WBOG 6925 AM from at least 2015z. Various music of a wide different type and then "WBOG" ID that sounds like a HFGCS EAM at 2057z.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: Unid 6925 U
« on: March 12, 2011, 0143 UTC »
This has been S9 since about 0030z in the Boston area. At one point it was briefly off the air, and someone asked for an additional ID which the op granted - then immediately back into metal.

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: KARR 6925U
« on: February 26, 2011, 0100 UTC »
Ridiculously huge signal here in the Boston burbs, S9+60. Alice and Chains at 0100z 2/26.

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