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Author Topic: Spanish Speaking Peskies 6925 LSB 0140 UTC 21 MAR 2023  (Read 550 times)

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Spanish Speaking Peskies 6925 LSB 0140 UTC 21 MAR 2023
« on: March 21, 2023, 0146 UTC »
Good signals direct but the Portuguese Peskies that normally use this frequency are not normally heard here. Not sure if propagation is good for them tonight or these the the 6880/6890/6900 LSB west coast Peskies checking out a new frequency.

Someone confirmed these guys speak Spanish (not Portuguese) and occasionally broken English.
« Last Edit: March 21, 2023, 2116 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
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Re: Spanish Speaking Peskies 6925 LSB 0140 UTC 21 MAR 2023
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2023, 0045 UTC »
From what I've been able to gather from other people on this board is 6900 is the home frequency for folks from Mexico in the States to ragchew with the folks back home, especially in Western and South-West Mexico. It's mostly saltwater path from where you're at to that part of Mexico. 


 

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