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Author Topic: Radio Flying Dutchman: 6285, 2/17/13, 0045+  (Read 2543 times)

Offline Andrew Yoder

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Radio Flying Dutchman: 6285, 2/17/13, 0045+
« on: February 17, 2013, 0058 UTC »
Others in NA are hearing this a lot better than I am, but I have the carrier, with occasional peaks of audio.
Maybe some other people can tune in & hear it, too.
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Re: Radio Flying Dutchman: 6285, 2/17/13, 0045+
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2013, 0103 UTC »
Good solid carrier, but not much more than a hint of audio here and there.

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Re: Radio Flying Dutchman: 6285, 2/17/13, 0045+
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2013, 0127 UTC »
Not a sign of either Euro station currently reported here.  Darn!  :( 
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