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Author Topic: 5111.020 Khz AM Radio Jamba ??  (Read 1415 times)

Offline bryan24230

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5111.020 Khz AM Radio Jamba ??
« on: June 26, 2009, 0240 UTC »
5,111.020 Khz AM Radio Jamba I believe is the radio ID

tuned in at 10:17 am east cost time US to hear house of the rising sun
after that something about commander bunny
heard Criss the pirate radio critic
after that a tune by SuperTramp I believe, not sure on the group.
10:39 PM eastern Time some sort of song about most illogical
and as of right now the show is still on 10:40 Eastern Time, US

just gave radio ID again , pretty sure hes saying Radio Jamba International, gave an email addy aslo that I didnt make out will play back the recording later

below is a pic of what the broadcast looked like with my SDR-IQ software defined radio, im really loving that little radio, its simply amazing.

« Last Edit: June 26, 2009, 0552 UTC by bryan24230 »

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Re: 5111.020 Khz AM Radio Jamba ??
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2009, 0559 UTC »
5110 is WBCQ, a licensed broadcaster in Monticello, Maine.  They run a pirate segment called "Area 51", which features pirates from the U.S. and occasionally from Europe, such as the Radio Jamba International segment you heard.  Occasionally realtime or near-realtime simulcasts can be heard on 5110 AM and on one of the popular shortwave pirate frequencies between 6800-6955 kHz, usually in USB.
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