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Shortwave Pirate / Unid 6950 AM 0219 UTC 31 OCT 2020
« Last post by Davep on Today at 02:21 »
0219 Primus. Coattails of a dead man
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At 0207utc I hear nothing but normal background noise.

It's still online. Woman's voice
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At 0207utc I hear nothing but normal background noise.
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S7 on 3480 @ 0157 with "Welcome To My Nightmare"
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Shortwave Pirate / Unknown 6970 AM 1:55 UTC 31 October 2020
« Last post by tsalisbury0 on Today at 01:55 »
Unknown Pirate on this frequency
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Unknown music pirate on this frequency. Very distorted.
Spanish Music and Talk
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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Radio Nova 4970 USB 0055- 31 Oct 2020
« Last post by JohnS on Today at 01:53 »
Finally picked up around 0140.  Difficult copy because of static.
Around 0148 man singing about "brave new world."
Man talking between music but unable to understand what is being said.
Lost station in the muck at 0205.
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Weak signal, sometimes fading up above the noise. Signal improving & I'm hearing a lot of '50s/'60s B movie-type sounds & dialogue.

I remember when Radio Rumbos used 4970 kHz. Too bad these stations are gone, but I'm glad to see people making good use of the frequency
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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Radio Nova 4970 USB 0055- 31 Oct 2020
« Last post by Bali_Frank on Today at 01:50 »
signal S5-6 on the SDR in Westminster, MD
something like a radio play
01.47 song "Brave New World"
02.03 music "Dead London"
02.05 ID (a woman)
02.10 song "The Spirit of Man"
02.13 ID + email (a woman)
          cw
          ID (a man)
02.14 SSTV
02.15 off



All was "Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of The Worlds "
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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Radio Nova 4970 USB 0055- 31 Oct 2020
« Last post by ka3jjz on Today at 01:46 »
Still going at 0145 using the N4TVC Kiwi. Another interesting choice of frequency...Mike
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