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Offline Paul B. Walker, Jr.

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Reactivated Saudi Transmitters
« on: April 02, 2024, 2008 UTC »
I havent heard 9675 or 9885 in over a year, havent heard 11820/1191.. whatever... in over 2 years.

11820 has been heard on sporadically in the last month or so.

I heard 9675 and 9885 twice since A24 started, but both are missing today.  I havent Heard Yemen, via Riyadh in months.. and a transmitter with a bad hum had been on 11860, the transmitter popped up on 11820 for a bit... Yemen appears to have come bac k on 11935

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Offline Paul B. Walker, Jr.

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Re: Reactivated Saudi Transmitters
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2024, 2141 UTC »
9675 and 9885 from Saudi have been missing again for several days
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
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Program Director: KSKO 89.5 McGrath, Alaska www.kskopublicradio.com

Afternoon Air Talent: Hits 106 KLMI Laramie, WY 3 to 7pm Mon-Sat www.myhits106.com

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