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Offline N3TRX

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what ami hearing?
« on: April 02, 2024, 0845 UTC »
10059 khz usb. sounds japanese has any body heard this? heard in maryland icom ic 7300 cushcraft ar 10 vert at 8:40 utc 04/02/24. sorry i posted in wrong forum....newbie
« Last Edit: April 02, 2024, 0905 UTC by N3TRX »

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Re: what ami hearing?
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2024, 1434 UTC »
The 10-11 MHz band is used extensively in Asia for communications. Probably "village radio" type stuff (people using HF like a long distance phone line) or maybe some business coms as well.
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Re: what ami hearing?
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2024, 0705 UTC »
I've heard what sounds like Malay or Tagalog in the 30 meter ham band, around 10123-10124 kHz, USB, around 0820 UTC. Weak and undecipherable, but sounds like those languages during fade-ups, with 2-3 guys talking. And I'm in the PNW US -- we get decent reception from Asia here.

So I think what Shortwave_Listener is probably accurate.
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