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Author Topic: UNID 7615 KHz AM 15May13 0202  (Read 1563 times)

Offline Grizz489

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UNID 7615 KHz AM 15May13 0202
« on: May 15, 2013, 0214 UTC »
UNID station, weak to North America, technic-type music.  No ID to 0212.

S3, fading modulation.

Now a male ID at 0213, cannot understand it.  More music.
-Listening in NW Ohio-
Icom R8500 on a 260' longwire // Icom R-71A
RTLSDR dongle and a Ham-It-Up upconverter through a Stridsberg multicoupler
...and a bunch of FM stuff.

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Re: UNID 7615 KHz AM 15May13 0202
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2013, 0035 UTC »
Possibly Lightning Radio from Hungary http://lightningradio.co.nr/

At this time, they normally are relaying Flex FM, a London based pirate which broadcasts on 99.7 MHz http://www.flexfm.co.uk/

If this is who you heard, it is an excellent catch.

Terry

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Re: UNID 7615 KHz AM 15May13 0202
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2013, 0121 UTC »
At about 0215, there was a lot of talk with British accent.  I just couldn't make it out very well.  Your info is probably spot on, thanks for the help.

-Listening in NW Ohio-
Icom R8500 on a 260' longwire // Icom R-71A
RTLSDR dongle and a Ham-It-Up upconverter through a Stridsberg multicoupler
...and a bunch of FM stuff.

 


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