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Author Topic: Two Dog Radio 6935 USB 0110 UTC 11 OCT 2023  (Read 419 times)

Offline Shortwave_Listener

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Two Dog Radio 6935 USB 0110 UTC 11 OCT 2023
« on: October 11, 2023, 0111 UTC »
S9+20 direct.

0110 UTC-Child In Time by Deep Purple
« Last Edit: October 11, 2023, 0152 UTC by Shortwave_Listener »
Lucas Bandura
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Re: UNID 6935 USB 0110 UTC 11 OCT 2023
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2023, 0113 UTC »
0108 'Child in Time' - Deep Purple

S6  Having trouble getting a clear signal here.
Mark Taylor
Cambridge, Wi. (20 miles SE of Madison)
Perseus, Elad FDM S2, Airspy HF+ & Discovery, e1, bunch of portables; W6LVP antenna
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Re: UNID 6935 USB 0110 UTC 11 OCT 2023
« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2023, 0116 UTC »
Tuned in at 0114 utc on Brookfield WI sdr with fair/poor S7 signal, rock tune from early 1970's,
Drake R8, Kenwood R-2000, Panasonic RF-4900, Sony 2010, Realistic DX440, Grundig Satellit 500, 7mhz backyard dipole, Mt Prospect, IL 20miles (32km) NW of downtown Chicago. I have been using online receivers because of strong data hash interference in my neighborhood that I believe is caused by Uverse squeezing up to 100mb/sec through ordinary pairs of wires. I don't have Uverse but neighbors do. williamhassig@yahoo.com

 


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