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Author Topic: X-FM via Mix Radio International 6865 USB 0109 UTC 10 JUL 2023  (Read 909 times)

Offline Markokpik

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Re: X-FM via Mix Radio International 6865 USB 0109 UTC 10 JUL 2023
« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2023, 0250 UTC »
0233 Redhat talking at t/in - problems with messing up order of songs, ID and thanks MRI (here), Illuminati (5185 AM - not audible here), and 2 Dog (12035U) for relays, Went through HFU logs, talked about his mission with the station (20 years), 'What do I have to do?' - Stabbing Westward, X- FM followed by TRI IDs, 'If You Could Only See' - Tonic, X- FM followed by TRI IDs, 'On My Knees' - RUFUS DU SOL.

Very nice S8 signal.
Thanks to all involved 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.

Offline nitroengine

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Re: X-FM via Mix Radio International 6865 USB 0109 UTC 10 JUL 2023
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2023, 0321 UTC »
Pushing S9 here in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area. Good high fidelity wideband single sideband signal. Sounds nice.
Receiver: Unlisted KiwiSDR configured to 3-channel wideband mode.
Ant: Homemade "Wellgood" 1m amplified loop normally kept in a fixed position (NNW/SSE) to keep 1500 KSTP in the null.

 


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