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Peskies / Re: Chanting Pesky 6990 LSB 2100 UTC 2 Jan 2018
« on: January 04, 2019, 1412 UTC »
I dunno, I always thought arigato was Japanese, guess I'm wrong.

Where in that clip did you hear arigato? I'm not disbelieving, I just didn't catch it.

Peskies / Re: Chanting Pesky 6990 LSB 2100 UTC 2 Jan 2018
« on: January 02, 2019, 2212 UTC »
I'd also vote to move this to the HF Mystery Signals because I don't quite think it fits the pesky profile.

Peskies / Re: Chanting Pesky 6990 LSB 2100 UTC 2 Jan 2018
« on: January 02, 2019, 2205 UTC »
Getting a strong American Indian or Canadian indigenous vibe from this. I don't think it's Asian language.

Rippin' huge S9+10 signal here in the Boston burbs, nice audio. Fast paced Euro style show with voice spots and music. Very interesting!

Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6875 AM 1614 UTC 31 December 2018
« on: December 31, 2018, 1632 UTC »
Radio Illuminati ID at 1630. Really excellent S9+10 signal in the Boston burbs. Montage of songs, op wants people to list the song titles as a sort of contest.

Shortwave Pirate / Re: Amphetamine Radio 6925 USB 1505 UTC 31 Dec 2018
« on: December 31, 2018, 1508 UTC »
I also have the B52's at 1508 UTC. Nice S7-S8 signal. ID, then into U2 New Years Day at 1509 UTC.

Tune-in at 2020 UTC with an R&B kind of song I don't recognize. Very nice S8-S9 signal with some minor fading. Very nice signal and interesting choice of frequency, seems to work well for a lot of listeners!

Shortwave Pirate / Re: Relay Station 6880 AM 1532 UTC 24 Dec 2018
« on: December 24, 2018, 1630 UTC »
Just flipped a switch, did you? Went straight to S9+10 from almost nil at around 1628 UTC.

Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6955 AM 1600 UTC 24 Dec 2018
« on: December 24, 2018, 1617 UTC »
Huge signal in the Boston burbs, peaking to S9+10 on the RSP2.

Partial India Radio announcer with Christmas wishe at 1622 UTC then into Merry Christmas & Happy New Year on sitar.

Henley The End of Innocence. Excellent S9+5 signal at 1925 UTC, automated YL voice ID.

General Radio Discussion / Re: 4085 KHz, good choice or not?
« on: December 20, 2018, 1623 UTC »
My opinion: we have it so easy these days to get the word out about a broadcast on a new/unusual frequency so that others can tune in almost instantly. HFU forum log posts, as well as the very excellent HFU Rocket Chat system (which hopefully everyone here is using!) plus the fantastic capability for SDRs to 'spot' signals where radios with knobs aren't looking.

I remember in the 90s there being quite a sense of crisis when the old favorite pirate frequency of 7415 became crowded by strong SWBC stations and then eventually WBCQ took the frequency. Where would pirates go, and how would listeners find them? Maybe some enterprising DXer would be spinning the knobs enough to stumble over a new frequency, and report it to the A*C*E, where other readers might find out about it... 45 days later. Eventually 6925 became the new 7415 but it was not an easy time for pirate DXers during that transition.

We're a lot better off these days with tools on the listener side (SDR) and lines of communications in real time between listeners, and listeners and ops, at no cost. I'd also mention that we are a fairly tight community, and fortunately a lot of trust issues (to say things diplomatically?) that festered over the last decade or so have more or less dissipated as certain individuals have dropped out of the scene; pirate operators can feel reasonably comfortable dropping by the forums, or the chat, and mentioning that they are on the air. Hey, don't even tell us what frequency, maybe finding you would be part of the fun... so in other words, the chicken/egg problem Chris describes can be fairly safely overcome with some careful communication by the operator. 

The nice thing about 4085 is that a lot of people are going to have antennas already for 75m and will be well suited to receive your signal, and perhaps even join in on the fun.

Shortwave Pirate / Re: Toynbee Radio 6925.5 AM 2024 UTC 1 Dec 2018
« on: December 01, 2018, 2030 UTC »
Elastica "Stutter" (a perfect 90's alt-rock song) to open, listening via the Westminster MD KiwiSDR.

Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 7731 AM 2030 UTC 25 Nov 2018
« on: November 30, 2018, 2038 UTC »
Wait, you've heard tales, or did you mean to say tails?

MW Free Radio / Re: UNID 1720 AM 2224 UTC 28 Nov 2018
« on: November 30, 2018, 1713 UTC »
English station list again at noon. One of the stations we picked out of the audio on the chat was WNYG in Medford NY. The Wikipedia page states this is an affiliate of "Radio Cantico Nuevo". Sure enough a stream with that audio has been found:


Doesn't bring us closer to where this TX is yet, but some clues.

MW Free Radio / Re: UNID 1720 AM 2224 UTC 28 Nov 2018
« on: November 30, 2018, 1657 UTC »
I was listening to the COMMSIGMA SDR at around 11 AM Eastern today and there was clearly an English speaking voice running down a list of stations, with a mention of one in Jersey City. I couldn't really hear anything else and I searched the Jersey City angle, and there's 2 stations that are licensed there, but I didn't really get the sense that they were necessarily related.

Listening for a noon TOH repeat of that, maybe, which could yield more clues.

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