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Author Topic: Brazilian ham testing? 7180 AM 2235 UTC 2 Sep 2022  (Read 548 times)

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Brazilian ham testing? 7180 AM 2235 UTC 2 Sep 2022
« on: September 02, 2022, 2247 UTC »
S9+10 with the PY2GN KiwiSDR in São Paulo, Brazil. Possibly a ham testing but a very long time to be transmitting and no call signs heard.

2235 UTC-Repeating “Hello hello hello olá olá olá” and Portuguese numbers
2245 UTC-Still going doing the same thing
2254 UTC-Sounds like he has walked away with the mic still open, sounds like putting coins in a vending machine?
2254 UTC-Back to “Hello hello hello olá olá olá” and Portuguese numbers
2208 UTC-Finally OFF
« Last Edit: September 02, 2022, 2308 UTC by Shortwave_listener »
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