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Author Topic: 26110 FM KOVR Sacramento, CA. 1724z 4/20/2013  (Read 1897 times)

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26110 FM KOVR Sacramento, CA. 1724z 4/20/2013
« on: April 20, 2013, 1727 UTC »
FM audio fading in and out from a television show, presumed from the KOVR-TV STL in Sacramento, CA.  No other STL's noted right now here.  It's amazing the BOGs pick up anything this high in frequency :-)

1732z: Sacramento weather forecast given, I guess this confirms it!
« Last Edit: April 20, 2013, 1751 UTC by Kilokat7 »
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Re: 26110 FM KOVR Sacramento, CA. 1724z 4/20/2013
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2013, 1917 UTC »
Nice catch! I have tried for this one but never heard it, just the three on 25910/25950/25990.
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Re: 26110 FM KOVR Sacramento, CA. 1724z 4/20/2013
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2013, 2328 UTC »
Nice.  I've never seen a STL outside of the usual 25910, 25950 and 25990 either. 

Next time you hear STLs around the top of 25MHz and the bottom of 26MHz, look for taxicab dispatchers in AM as well.  I've seen them as low as 25.615 MHz.
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Re: 26110 FM KOVR Sacramento, CA. 1724z 4/20/2013
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2013, 2356 UTC »
Next time you hear STLs around the top of 25MHz and the bottom of 26MHz, look for taxicab dispatchers in AM as well.  I've seen them as low as 25.615 MHz.

Unless they speak English, I wouldn't know the difference.  I catch a lot of Spanish comms between 26-28 mHz but I've forgotten most of my high school Spanish :-)
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