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Author Topic: UNID 6990 LSB 0033 UTC 18 Jun 2014  (Read 1208 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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UNID 6990 LSB 0033 UTC 18 Jun 2014
« on: June 18, 2014, 0037 UTC »
Hearing some faint music, could be a pescadore?
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Re: UNID 6990 LSB 0033 UTC 18 Jun 2014
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2014, 0135 UTC »
I have noticed in the last several weeks there have been numerous Spanish-language hams heard in the 6800-7000 kHz range.  Usually they broadcast in LSB mode. 
Also noticed an increase in what may be MARS-affiliated nets operating around 6913, 6880, and tonight on 6972.
The 43-metre pirate band is getting crowded.
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