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Author Topic: Red Mercury Labs 6940 USB 8/4/13 0240z  (Read 3882 times)

Offline Dxcan

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6940 USB 8/4/13 0337-0356*
« Reply #15 on: August 04, 2013, 1343 UTC »
6940USB  Noted up here in Alberta with a strong (s4-s5) signal from 0337 tune-in with a great program. Dr. Strangelove with comments about the 80's program,pirate radio, Hollywood Bowel, Kristi Hand(?) gave a e-mail address ..something @yahoo.com ( but sort of missed that) Played a favorite form 80's by Simple minds 'Don't Fool..don't forget about Me' @ 03:48 hrs.  He also mentioned that this might be a QSL for this Show and went off the air @ 0354, then came back on and made a comment about all the reports posted, again mentioning the a 'QSL Show' gave Popular/Intensity Labs mention, and went the air @03:56 hrs.  Signal was massive but the audio was somewhat clipper on the voice but no problem on the mmusical side. otherwise a nice program and hope to heard more from RML at this hour ( propagates good to the western regions) TNX again Dr. StrangeLove!
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6940 USB 8/4/13 0240z
« Reply #16 on: August 04, 2013, 1556 UTC »
SDR catch, 0233 sign on with an S8 signal. Low static levels tonight, so very good reception.
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