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Author Topic: TCS Relay 6876Am 0045 UTC 14 April 2014  (Read 3751 times)

Offline Zoidberg

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Re: TCS Relay 6876Am 0045 UTC 14 April 2014
« Reply #15 on: April 14, 2014, 0234 UTC »
Tried outdoors with Magnavox D2935 portable, between 0215-0230z, on 6876 AM heard Heart "Magic Man" and Bread "Guitar Man", followed by Poet's TCS Relay Network ID and Julianna Montana voice for email info.

Not bad for a barefoot portable considering the regional t-storms, around SINPO=33233.  Some fades but peaks are strong enough to copy familiar songs and IDs.  Good audio too, sounded fine.
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Re: TCS Relay 6876Am 0045 UTC 14 April 2014
« Reply #16 on: April 14, 2014, 0239 UTC »
Tuned in at 0209utc after watching Cosmos, fair/poor with static due to rain, Cher: "Gypsies tramps & thieves", song "take money & run", said "listening to 70's jukebox on TCS", song "magic man", "go your own way", tcsshortwave@gmail.com, R2000 & dipole, having internet trouble too, hope this goes thru.
« Last Edit: April 14, 2014, 0241 UTC by William Hassig »
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