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Author Topic: UNID 11980 USB 22:44z-23:10 06-03-14  (Read 1223 times)

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UNID 11980 USB 22:44z-23:10 06-03-14
« on: June 04, 2014, 1459 UTC »
11980 (rx in USB using 2.4 khz filter)

Came across this signal yesterday and not sure if it's a jammer or a strange sounding UTE.  Signal was strongest with antenna facing south & by 23:05z signal nosedived.  At around 23:01z signal sounded like it paused for just a split second & then restarted with a slightly different pattern.

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Re: UNID 11980 USB 22:44z-23:10 06-03-14
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2014, 0118 UTC »
Totally heard the same thing! Reminds me of some QRM my neighbors microwave makes. I can actually hear it go on that's how loud his microwave is.
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Re: UNID 11980 USB 22:44z-23:10 06-03-14
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2014, 1558 UTC »
11980 (rx in USB using 2.4 khz filter)

Came across this signal yesterday and not sure if it's a jammer or a strange sounding UTE.  Signal was strongest with antenna facing south & by 23:05z signal nosedived.  At around 23:01z signal sounded like it paused for just a split second & then restarted with a slightly different pattern.

22:44z-23:10z Audio

Very curious sound. Obviously -- it's propagating. Looks like it's real strong, too. Cuba?

No idea why it would fade like that. 25 Meters is pretty much a night time friendly band. Everything south of you would have been in darkness.
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