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Author Topic: Red Mercury Labs 6935 USB Oct. 12, 2013 0212Z  (Read 5211 times)

Offline Sealord

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6935 USB Oct. 12, 2013 0212Z
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2013, 1806 UTC »
6935 USB

Good signal with little fading - great tunes as usual from RML!

Audio (02:26z-03:56z): https://archive.org/download/Httparchive.orgdetailsShortwavePirateRadioCont2/RedMercuryLabs6935Usb0226z-0356z10-12-13.mp3

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They followed up the broadcast with two SSTV transmissions. By the time I'd missed the 1st one entirely, and only got a partial decode of the 2nd one.

Let's just say that what has been seen cannot be unseen...  :o

Did anyone else get these? Is that what I think it is?? No, nevermind, I don't want to know. 

Yep, also copied both of the Scottie DX SSTV images - I am skeptical of their titled origin though.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6935 USB Oct. 12, 2013 0212Z
« Reply #16 on: October 12, 2013, 2010 UTC »
Hmmm....not my SSTV, but now I'm curious as well.  Someone please email if possible... :-\

Maybe I will do some SSTV again, now that the topic is fresh.

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6935 USB Oct. 12, 2013 0212Z
« Reply #17 on: October 12, 2013, 2310 UTC »
They followed up the broadcast with two SSTV transmissions. By the time I'd missed the 1st one entirely, and only got a partial decode of the 2nd one.

Let's just say that what has been seen cannot be unseen...  :o

Did anyone else get these? Is that what I think it is?? No, nevermind, I don't want to know. 


No, the 2 SSTV images sent on 6935 kHz USB after RML left the air were probably not RML, the signals looked pretty different.  The pictures may have been labeled Red Mercury Labs, but this appears to be the same station that transmitted SSTV images over a couple of pirates last night.  At one point this same transmitter was used to ID as PPVR, but I have no idea if it was the real PPVR or not.  This also appears to be the same transmitter that sent an SSTV at 0439 UTC on top of Pirate Radio Boston, on 6925 kHz.

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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6935 USB Oct. 12, 2013 0212Z
« Reply #18 on: October 13, 2013, 0048 UTC »
I heard that happen several times last night during various broadcasts
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6935 USB Oct. 12, 2013 0212Z
« Reply #19 on: October 13, 2013, 2017 UTC »
I think somebody shot a torpedo at us.
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Re: Red Mercury Labs 6935 USB Oct. 12, 2013 0212Z
« Reply #20 on: October 13, 2013, 2025 UTC »
Plying the uncharted waters that you ply beyond the known Seven Seas, you have undoubtedly had to avoid numerous terrors in your quest to perform research to better mankind, be it Screeching Eels, the Maelstrom, and possibly even rogue schools of mermaids gone feral.

And now torpedoes?

Hmm.  As I think of it, those feral mermaids sound kind of interesting...
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