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Author Topic: 'Old Time Radio' on new frequency, 0841 UTC, 6 September 2014  (Read 2794 times)

Offline DaveJV

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'Old Time Radio' on new frequency, 0841 UTC, 6 September 2014
« on: September 06, 2014, 0925 UTC »
Found 'Old Time Radio' on a new 3194.71 kHz this morning at 0841 UTC, 6 September 2014.  It was sandwiched between WWRB and WWCR.  Here's what it looked and sounded like;

http://youtu.be/YkoGk2-Es60

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Re: 'Old Time Radio' on new frequency, 0841 UTC, 6 September 2014
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2014, 1149 UTC »
This is interesting. This could open up some interesting opportunities to more accurately identify the region or area it's broadcasting from... I believe I see an *extremely* faint line there right now at 1149 UTC.
« Last Edit: September 06, 2014, 1151 UTC by Beerus Maximus »
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Re: 'Old Time Radio' on new frequency, 0841 UTC, 6 September 2014
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2014, 1428 UTC »
Thanks for finding it I didn't know where they went!
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