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Author Topic: UNID 7300v AM 0300 UTC 24 SEP 2023  (Read 229 times)

Offline Shortwave_Listener

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UNID 7300v AM 0300 UTC 24 SEP 2023
« on: September 24, 2023, 0356 UTC »
S9 with the KT4RS KiwiSDR.

0300 UTC-Religious program
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Re: UNID 7300v AM 0300 UTC 24 SEP 2023
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2023, 0425 UTC »
Very good reception via the k9dxi SDR in Wisconsin at 0425 UTC. Tried SDRs on East Coast and in Northern Utah first, but the signal there is very weak. Man reading chapters of the Bible over background music; sounds like the Old Testament so far.

Update: I think he's jumping around a bit, because he's definitely reading from the New Testament now.

Signal signed off suddenly without any ID at 0504 UTC.

Well, now there's a guy preaching on this frequency when I checked back around 0555 UTC. Different guy than the guy who was reading the Bible over music earlier. Also, this signal is much stronger on the East Coast than the earlier signal. So, I'm wondering if this is the same station. Like earlier, the signal is slowly drifting upward over time.
« Last Edit: September 24, 2023, 0602 UTC by Treehouse SWL »
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