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Author Topic: Borderhunter Radio 6305 AM 2247 UTC 1 Aug 2014  (Read 759 times)

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Borderhunter Radio 6305 AM 2247 UTC 1 Aug 2014
« on: August 01, 2014, 2249 UTC »
S7 signal here. Not bad, as it is not yet dark.
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Re: Borderhunter Radio 6305 AM 2247 UTC 1 Aug 2014
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2014, 2345 UTC »
Fading in above the noise floor with some really nice S5 peaks since 2313 UTC tune in. Lots of static bursts from local T-Storms though. Mixed bag of polkas, European dance/pop tunes. No announcer heard until 2342 UTC just before an UNID folk/pop tune. Nice to hear you again Borderhunter! It's been awhile...  :)
Fairly steady S5 here since with regular talk between tunes. Ahhh, one I recognize at 2357 UTC..."Ring of Fire"-Johnny Cash!
As darkness descends here in Western Massachusetts, the signal is pushing S7 now with great audio at 0002 UTC (Men at Work-"The Land Down Under)....ahhh, now we are back to polka time!!! ;)
OFF at 0011 UTC
« Last Edit: August 02, 2014, 0012 UTC by Skipmuck »
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