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Author Topic: BallSmacker Radio 6960 AM 0057 UTC 27 MAY 2023  (Read 651 times)

Offline blw

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Re: BallSmacker Radio 6960 AM 0057 UTC 27 MAY 2023
« Reply #15 on: May 27, 2023, 0149 UTC »
Great sounding oldies tonight. Ballsmacker Radio sounding really good. Thanks for the great tunes tonight!
All logs made from my own SDRs, boatanchors, and antennas
QTH: vicinity of Auburn, Alabama

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Re: BallSmacker Radio 6960 AM 0057 UTC 27 MAY 2023
« Reply #16 on: May 27, 2023, 0212 UTC »
0209 UTC SIO 544, S9 into my SDR direct
0210 female ID and QSL info
0210 Green-Eyed Lady by Sugarloaf
0213 Single Ladies by Beyonce
Thanks for the program.
« Last Edit: May 27, 2023, 0214 UTC by Sky Waves »
Paul Patterson
Stoneville, NC
RSPduo, FT-2000,ocf 260ft dipole, 4-el 10- 40m & 12/17m yagies up 60 ft.
eQSLs appreciated. Please QSL to rtpman1953@yahoo.com
amateur radio call: N4CE

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Re: BallSmacker Radio 6960 AM 0057 UTC 27 MAY 2023
« Reply #17 on: May 27, 2023, 0254 UTC »
0101  'The Lady' - Isley Brothers, 2 more unid songs, ID, 'Luck be a Lady' - Frank Sinatra, into a program of "Lady" themed songs w/ frequent IDs and periodic offers of e-QSL for correct theme, e.g. 0125 0246 ID, e-QSL offer, SSTV (didn't decode here), ID and e-QSL offer, "thanks for listening", 'Wildfire' IS, off 0249, 0250 signal drops.

S7 in noisy conditions.

Thanks for the show.
Mark Taylor
Cambridge, Wi. (20 miles SE of Madison)
Perseus, Elad FDM S2, Airspy HF+ & Discovery, e1, bunch of portables; W6LVP antenna
Music identified with help from Shazam.

 


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