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Author Topic: UNID 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 JAN 2023  (Read 374 times)

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UNID 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 JAN 2023
« on: January 29, 2023, 0352 UTC »
Very good reception into Masset, with Always on my Mind, by Loverboy at 03:51.  An unusual frequency selection, but it's working well! 
And off after this song at 03:55 UTC.  Whoever you were, many thanks!

 QSL PSE    Walt
« Last Edit: January 29, 2023, 0456 UTC by Skipmuck »
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Re: UNID 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 JAN 2023
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2023, 0358 UTC »
My guess would be B Side Radio testing.
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Re: 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 Jan 2023
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2023, 0405 UTC »
I'll have to try one of the Western SDR's. With Indy Radio rolling in semi-decently from Europe on 6931, it's going to be a het fight if the station on 6932 is audible back here.

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Re: UNID 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 JAN 2023
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2023, 0410 UTC »
My guess would be B Side Radio testing.

Right, Lucas.  I figured likely him.  So much for QSLs, though!  73!
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Re: 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 Jan 2023
« Reply #4 on: January 29, 2023, 0411 UTC »
SINPO=24232

308- "Tarig Ash-shoag" by Abdel Aziz El Mubarak here, so obviously an international broadcast station, with some kind of spur, harmonic or other shortwave weirdness.
309- OM and YL in Arabic, alternating, with music in between.

Clearly can't hear the same operator here in Northeast.
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Re: 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 Jan 2023
« Reply #5 on: January 29, 2023, 0427 UTC »
I tried a handful of West Coast SDR,s and heard nothing but a couple of guy's blabbing in LSB. 40 meters is right up the dial, fella's. Go play there.

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Re: 6932 AM 0349 UTC 29 Jan 2023
« Reply #6 on: January 29, 2023, 0438 UTC »
I tried a handful of West Coast SDR,s and heard nothing but a couple of guy's blabbing in LSB. 40 meters is right up the dial, fella's. Go play there.

Thatís what I want to tell every single Peskie. Most of them are known to be amateur radio ops anyway. The Mexicans on 6900 LSB are known to be and I believe the Brazilians on 6919 LSB are as well, and Iím sure many others are too. To me it just begs the question, if you have a license to do something legally, why go out of your way to do it the illegal way and achieve the same result? Music broadcasting pirates have a purpose because they have no legal alternative, but what are the Peskies trying to achieve?
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