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Author Topic: CoolAM via RTN relay 6935v AM 0100 13-Jan-14  (Read 3278 times)

Offline Evil Elvis

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CoolAM via RTN relay 6935v AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« on: January 13, 2014, 0106 UTC »
S7 signal in western TN. Peskies started up 7 or 8 minutes into the show, having to listen on the USB

0100: Cool AM ID
0101: Stones - Time is on My Side
0103: Stones - The Last Time
0107: Stones - Get Off My Cloud
0113: Stones - Let Spend the Night Together
0118: Stones - No Expectations
0121: Stones - Can't Always Get What You Want (well, the peskies cleared out...)
0129: Stones - Sympathy
0135: Stones - Street Fighting Man
0138: Cool AM Radio promos
0139: Stones - Let It Bleed
0144: Stones - Tumbling Dice
0148: Stones - Happy
0151: Stones - Heartbreaker, signal up to S8 but band is noisy
0209: Stones - Shattered, signal now bouncing between S6-S7
0240: Sign off announcements into RTN Op

Thanks for the show and the QSL! Thanks to RTN also!
« Last Edit: January 13, 2014, 0242 UTC by Evil Elvis »
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Re: CoolAM via RTN 6934.9 AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2014, 0108 UTC »
S5 here . Rolling Stones  Get off my Cloud
Signal way down at 0121 Thanks RTN for the relay of Cool AM
Thanks  Cool Am Radio for the fastest QSL I ever received 10 minutes
« Last Edit: January 13, 2014, 0244 UTC by hsmith61 »
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Re: CoolAM via RTN replay 6934.9 AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2014, 0109 UTC »
Very weak here, and I suspect they just came here from 6960?

0111 Let's Spend the Night 2gether - spun the loop a bit and getting slightly better reception now
0117 solid ID, back to Stones
0121 Can't Always Get What U Want
0128 Cool AM IDs, Sympathy 4 the Devil, Street Fightin Man
0144 Tumblin Dice
0151 That great RTN audio just starting to be heard here during Heartbreaker - sig up to S8 on peaks
0200 Sig has been on the decline for last few minutes; thought I heard an RTN ID here, and the mx no longer seems to be Stones?  Very tough copy now
0212 Emotional Rescue

Thanks Cool AM and RTN; hoping the signal picks up here.
« Last Edit: January 13, 2014, 0216 UTC by jFarley »
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Re: CoolAM via RTN relay 6934.9 AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2014, 0112 UTC »
Clear CoolAM ID at 0110 UTC. Peaking to S4-ish.
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Re: CoolAM via RTN relay 6934.9 AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2014, 0116 UTC »
CoolAM, presumed Radio True North relay per others' postings, 1-13-14, 0109-0202, 6.935.06 AM, signal buried under the static but i can hear programming.  at 0128 announcer mention of USA and ID.....Rolling Stones, "please allow me to introduce myself..." at 0129.  just not getting much stronger here...buried under the static again at 0145 but can hear music.  Hearing "tumbling dice" at 0146.  At 0148 "i need love to make me happy."  Hearing "heartbreaker" at 0152.  "CoolAM Radio" ID at 0154.  back down under the noise at 0202.  would appreciate your qsl.  thanks.
« Last Edit: January 13, 2014, 0246 UTC by S. McArdle »
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Re: CoolAM via RTN relay 6935v AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2014, 0122 UTC »
Had him on 6.960 them he moved to 6.935

a fair signal tonight 35355

Thanks Cool and RTN!
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Re: CoolAM via RTN relay 6935v AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2014, 0127 UTC »
0122 UTC
Can't alway get what you want

The noise is too high now. Sun just went down so hopefully it will improve.

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Re: CoolAM via RTN relay 6935v AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #7 on: January 13, 2014, 0133 UTC »
About an S8 here at 0133z.
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Re: CoolAM via RTN relay 6935v AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #8 on: January 13, 2014, 0203 UTC »
Got them about S-7 with QRN and QSB in northern Canada. Thanks, RTN for the relay. It's always great to hear you!
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Re: CoolAM via RTN relay 6935v AM 0100 13-Jan-14
« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2014, 2352 UTC »
Yeah I heard this one. Thought it was a relay. Left me notes @ home.

 


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