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Author Topic: Red Mercury Labs / 6.925 MHz / 0321 UTC / SIO: 444-443 / 03-04-2013  (Read 2758 times)

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Signal between S5-S7...
0321: Leonard Cohen "Everybody Knows"
0326: Ozzy Osbourne "Killer of Giants"
Signal looks cool on the waterfall display...like braided steel cable
0331: Iron Maiden (thanks Evil Elvis)
0339: The Fixx "Red Skies at Night"
0343: The Cars "It's All I Can Do"
0346: ID as RV Red Mercury
0349: Iron Maiden
0355: More heavy metal...
0400: Another ID and shout-outs to SWL's; e-mail address as redmercurylabs@yahoo.com; DJ said on the Red Mercury Zodiac.
0403: The Clash "Rock the Casbah"
0407: "something...something in a Dream"...didn't catch entire title.
0416: Coldplay "The Scientist"
0420: Creedence Clearwater Revival "Run Through the Jungle"
0423: ID & closing anmts.
Excellent show!!
« Last Edit: April 06, 2013, 1758 UTC by vhavrilko »

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Re: 6.925 MHz / 0321 UTC / 03-04-2013
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2013, 0340 UTC »
Nice signal here in Disgraceland. Iron Maiden at 0338 tune in, followed by Fixx.
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Re: 6.925 MHz / 0321 UTC / SIO: 444-443 / 03-04-2013
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2013, 0344 UTC »
Tuned in to Red Skies at Night.  Nice S7 signal.  Getting great reception and audio here RML!!   04:05 Rock the Caspah,  signal is up to S9 and steady here in north Alabama.  Please play more!!!  Thank you for the shoutouts and the great music!  Science is always better with high voltage and Jaegermeister!
« Last Edit: April 04, 2013, 0419 UTC by Dr. Strangelove »
R-390a, WJ-8718, Rohde & Schwarz EK07 and EK56, Siemens E311, 51-J4, R8B, R8, bunch of ham stuff, tons of glow in the dark radios.  I might have a problem, Lol!  Please QSL to morrisgarage770@msn.com   Northwest AL

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I like your radio collection Dr. Strangelove!

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Just caught tail end with CCR tune, station ID and sign off.
Good signal and modulation.
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Thanks vhavrilko!  I've got more radios than sense.  And cents!!!!
R-390a, WJ-8718, Rohde & Schwarz EK07 and EK56, Siemens E311, 51-J4, R8B, R8, bunch of ham stuff, tons of glow in the dark radios.  I might have a problem, Lol!  Please QSL to morrisgarage770@msn.com   Northwest AL

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They had a S7 signal here with good modulation.  Audio sounded a little narrower than normal.
Thanks for the show.
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Also heard here in NW Florida.  Clear signal with very slow fading, varying between S1 & S4.  Thanks for the show!

-Clarke
« Last Edit: April 04, 2013, 1132 UTC by Clarke »
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SDR recording. 0320z sign on with a really solid signal. S8 with just a trace of some occasional noise.
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