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Offline The Web

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6930 AM UNID
« on: December 18, 2009, 0923 UTC »
Very weak music being heard just above noise floor here in Orlando. Just to weak to make out any content but can see strong carrier. Heard an UNID last night on same frequency and saw carrier till around 1230z or so. XRay maybe?

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Re: 6930 AM UNID
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 0944 UTC »
12/18/09, 6930 AM
0939z: "Torn Between Two Lovers"
0944z: "Mack the Knife"
0945z: "Mother In Law"
0948z: Sounds like radio ad, man and woman talking
0949z: Partial URL, only heard "www... dot net"
0952z: Some classic 1950s-'60s R&B, can't recall title
0958z: Faded out, barely audible, just a carrier now

SINPO - 34212, audio seems pretty good, rapid fluttering fades to local noise level.

If this is X-Ray Radio it'll be my first catch here in Texas on my own receiver.

Received eQSL confirming my e-mailed signal report that this was indeed X-Ray Radio.  Station op said this was their first signal report from Texas.
« Last Edit: December 19, 2009, 0301 UTC by Lex »
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