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Author Topic: UNID 1690 kHz August 4, 2013 1905-1931Z  (Read 2543 times)

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UNID 1690 kHz August 4, 2013 1905-1931Z
« on: August 04, 2013, 2018 UTC »
UNID Real Oldies Channel is back. Don't know what time they came on, but found them around 1905Z. Went off abruptly at 1931Z.

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Re: UNID 1690 kHz August 4, 2013 1905-1931Z
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2013, 0545 UTC »
I've logged into your server a couple of times hoping to catch it.
Radios -- Perseus SDR // SDRPlay RSPdx // Icom IC-7300 // Tecsun PL-660 // Panasonic RF-5000A --Antennas-- Pixel Pro 1B loop - 82' fan-dipole at 40' - tuned MW/BCB 40" loop and 100' receive only dipole
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1710/KHz the MW Pirate Clear Channel (not so much anymore "sigh")

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Re: UNID 1690 kHz August 4, 2013 1905-1931Z
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2013, 0314 UTC »
If on MW, be sure to use 10 db attenuation or it'll clip.

Heard it the other evening as well, as the sun was setting and DX stations starting to come in. That was a first that I've heard it that late in the day.
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Re: UNID 1690 kHz August 4, 2013 1905-1931Z
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2013, 0336 UTC »
If on MW, be sure to use 10 db attenuation or it'll clip.


Oh yes I know. Caught on to that on your server and a couple others out there with the same issue
Radios -- Perseus SDR // SDRPlay RSPdx // Icom IC-7300 // Tecsun PL-660 // Panasonic RF-5000A --Antennas-- Pixel Pro 1B loop - 82' fan-dipole at 40' - tuned MW/BCB 40" loop and 100' receive only dipole
-Brian--North of Detroit--MI-
1710/KHz the MW Pirate Clear Channel (not so much anymore "sigh")