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Vostochnaya Zvezda 4015 USB 0135 UTC 21 MAR 2023
« on: March 21, 2023, 0135 UTC »
Very unusually strong S7 with the KFS SE KiwiSDR.

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Re: Vostochnaya Zvezda 4015 USB 0135 UTC 21 MAR 2023
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2023, 0152 UTC »
0146-There is something there, just not enough humph to get it past the noise out my way. Sounds like a lady talking/singing??
RTTY going next door at 4010.00 very strong S20+ not helping any.
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