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Author Topic: UVB-76 or S28 made it into the US  (Read 1859 times)

Offline atrainradio

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UVB-76 or S28 made it into the US
« on: April 28, 2014, 1747 UTC »
Heard the buzzer last night, barley there but could hear it on 4625 USB.
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Re: UVB-76 or S28 made it into the US
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2014, 1918 UTC »
Nice catch! I rarely hear it in New York, so I rely on the twenty websdr when I monitor that station.
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Re: UVB-76 or S28 made it into the US
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2014, 2146 UTC »
It is about a 50/50 shot here in California.  If conditions are decent I hear it right after sundown for about an hour or so, with les sthan good conditions there is no chance.

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