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Author Topic: Red Mercury Labs, 6940 USB, 0450 UTC, 08-01-13  (Read 1059 times)

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Red Mercury Labs, 6940 USB, 0450 UTC, 08-01-13
« on: August 01, 2013, 0502 UTC »
I caught the very tail end of this broadcast, where he dedicated it to his Son who is off to Afghanistan for 14 months. I also heard mention of the new tumblr site, and that Spike seems to enjoy playing around with it.

He was off by 0453. Sorry I missed this one.  SIO 433.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs, 6940 USB, 0450 UTC, 08-01-13
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2013, 0754 UTC »
First noted around 3:47with usual S9+20 signal with Travelin' Wilburys (I think). Great show tonight
4:34  "the SDR's are running but the humans are asleep..."  losing the signal by this time but still audible here.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs, 6940 USB, 0450 UTC, 08-01-13
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2013, 1509 UTC »
SDR catch, 0347 sign on with Wilbury's End of the Line.
Good signal overall, with just some static crashes.

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