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Author Topic: CYOT 6951.2 AM 2336-2344* 13 Dec 2013  (Read 1350 times)

Offline radioguy73

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CYOT 6951.2 AM 2336-2344* 13 Dec 2013
« on: December 18, 2013, 0449 UTC »
    6951/am CYOT with FUNKY rock music and computer generated voice
       mentioning gmail address and "6.951 MHz" as well as call which
       was too down in the mud to understand, but then into the
       attached SSTV photo sent twice, and CW ID 'DE CYOT' in between the
       two images and at the end. 34443 2336-2344* 13/Dec  --Zichi DXp

(corrected log!)
« Last Edit: February 16, 2014, 0525 UTC by radioguy73 »
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Re: CYOT 6951.2 AM 2336-2344* 14 Dec 2013
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2013, 1830 UTC »
Was this actually the transmission on the 13th?
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Re: CYOT 6951.2 AM 2336-2344* 13 Dec 2013
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2014, 0523 UTC »
 :-[ whoops -- yes -- slip of the finger this should have read the 13th! .... I 'corrected' the subject here.
Thanks for the 'catch'!
DXing *either* from:
MI -- South Central Lower Michigan with a 25 m randomwire and a LOT of local noise!
or
MI2 -- the tip of Michigan's Thumb with a 100 metre longwire and much quieter conditions.  Radios can be either an SPR-4 or IC-R71A or SDRplay

QSLs appreciated! radioguy73@gmail.com