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Author Topic: Undercover Radio KIPM relay 6925 USB 0203 August 26  (Read 6298 times)

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Re: 6925 USB KIPM 0203 August 26
« Reply #15 on: August 26, 2013, 0240 UTC »
Excellent signal into Oklahoma tonight. S6-7 with little fading or noise. Exceptional audio quality.
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Re: 6925 USB KIPM 0203 August 26
« Reply #16 on: August 26, 2013, 0240 UTC »
Just tuning in at 0240z. Same great signal and audio as others have logged.
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Re: 6925 USB KIPM 0203 August 26
« Reply #17 on: August 26, 2013, 0251 UTC »
10-20 over here

0245z Major rise/fade so band may be shifting here...
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Re: 6925 USB KIPM 0203 August 26
« Reply #18 on: August 26, 2013, 0254 UTC »
Listening since about 0140.  Polyhedron from space.  Nearing end now - 0155.

Massive S9 + signal.

Thanks for the show Dr. Benway!
« Last Edit: August 26, 2013, 0302 UTC by Markokpik »
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Re: 6925 USB KIPM 0203 August 26
« Reply #19 on: August 26, 2013, 0301 UTC »
Bravo! Excellent story. Good signal, excellent audio for ssb. Just signed on to internet, was busy listening to story. At end of bcst Dr Benway made announcement. Edit: I thought the box 69 Elkorn NE 68022 address was no longer valid.
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Re: 6925 USB KIPM 0203 August 26
« Reply #20 on: August 26, 2013, 0312 UTC »
I had them in about S-5 with QRN, unfortunately not strong enough for an I.D. Hopefully I'll get another chance as conditions improve.
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Re: 6925 USB KIPM 0203 August 26
« Reply #21 on: August 26, 2013, 0317 UTC »
That was so cool!  The polyhedron in space was way out there.  The signal & audio were stellar here in Wisconsin.  Best audio I've ever heard on sideband.  

This is only the 2nd SW pirate logged, since a new friend introduced me to tuning for pirates, about a week ago.  Thank you for opening my ears.

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Re: Undercover Radio KIPM relay 6925 USB 0203 August 26
« Reply #22 on: August 26, 2013, 1226 UTC »
Recorder catch:

6925 USB

Great signal & audio with little fading - Dr. Benway relaying KIPM's 'The Accursed Galaxy'

02:02z-02:59z Undercover Radio KIPM relay

Audio (complete show): http://archive.org/download/ShortwavePirateRadioCont/UndercoverRadio_kipmRelay6925Usb0202z-0259z08-26-13.mp3

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Re: Undercover Radio KIPM relay 6925 USB 0203 August 26
« Reply #23 on: August 26, 2013, 1331 UTC »
SDR catch. Strapping S9+20 signal throughout. Dr. Benway at 0259 UTC talking about being inspired by KIPM and developing his own theater of the mind, then "goodnight".
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Re: Undercover Radio KIPM relay 6925 USB 0203 August 26
« Reply #24 on: August 26, 2013, 1359 UTC »
That was difficult reception in Kiev. Very strong side QRM from utility station. SINPO=32442. Some slow music and speech, c/d at about 0300 UTC. Thank you very much for the show.
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Re: Undercover Radio KIPM relay 6925 USB 0203 August 26
« Reply #25 on: August 26, 2013, 1413 UTC »
That was difficult reception in Kiev. Very strong side QRM from utility station. SINPO=32442. Some slow music and speech, c/d at about 0300 UTC. Thank you very much for the show.

Kiev?  Nice catch ulx2 & congrats to Dr. Benway!
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Re: Undercover Radio KIPM relay 6925 USB 0203 August 26
« Reply #26 on: August 27, 2013, 1158 UTC »
SDR recording catch, S9+10 here, great to hear KIPM again!
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Re: Undercover Radio KIPM relay 6925 USB 0203 August 26
« Reply #27 on: August 27, 2013, 1756 UTC »
First post ever: Excellent signal here in southern AZ. Signal sounded like the KIPM of old, which is praise indeed.
Impressed at the Kiev log above. This is what pirate radio can be.
QSO at 258, a combo of a 90's show and a 2003 show? "Our own version"?
The ICF2010 has always loved KIPM for some reason. And Red Mercury labs. Or maybe it loves broadcasters
with the strength and timing to make it to AZ. Cheers to all.
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