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Author Topic: 6560 KHz USB Korean QSO 7/29/2013 0044 UTC+  (Read 1735 times)

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6560 KHz USB Korean QSO 7/29/2013 0044 UTC+
« on: July 29, 2013, 0046 UTC »
Have a couple of (presumed, but pretty sure) Koreans in QSO on 6560 KHz USB at 0044 UTC. Signals are about S5. Not sure how many guys are on this little net; if it's just 2 or there might be a couple of more.
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Re: 6560 KHz USB Korean QSO 7/29/2013 0044 UTC+
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2013, 1647 UTC »
Have a couple of (presumed, but pretty sure) Koreans in QSO on 6560 KHz USB at 0044 UTC. Signals are about S5. Not sure how many guys are on this little net; if it's just 2 or there might be a couple of more.

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