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Author Topic: EXP (Radio Experience) 6305 KHZ AM 2253 UTC APRIL 10, 2015  (Read 1414 times)

Offline Skipmuck

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Music fading in and out here amidst atmospherics with strong peaks and deep fades.
2253 UTC "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"-Diana Ross
Playing pop tunes, with signal settling down to S3 peaks at 2315 UTC
(Thank you to the ghostly presence who very kindly filled in the missing ID in the header :))
« Last Edit: April 10, 2015, 2321 UTC by Skipmuck »
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Re: EXP (Radio Experience) 6305 KHZ AM 2253 UTC APRIL 10, 2015
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2015, 2340 UTC »
2330z Finally got an EXP ID - He left the house and forgot to shut down the transmitter and ID'ed when he returned and found it running.  Signal has been good for the hour and a half or so I've been listening, S5 at first but now peaking S7-S8. Strong RTTY signal just above so listening in LSB.

0000z Off, Thanks for the show EXP
« Last Edit: April 11, 2015, 0002 UTC by DimBulb »
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Re: EXP (Radio Experience) 6305 KHZ AM 2253 UTC APRIL 10, 2015
« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2015, 2349 UTC »
S9 on peaks here, but static from t-storms to the south.
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