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Offline RIVER RAT

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Wolverine Radio 6925.0 usb
« on: February 12, 2010, 0404 UTC »
0336 utc Tuned in to music, wolverine ID @0339, more music, ID w/echo SSTV @ 0349 then off.. signal was S1-S2 with good audio getting splater from 6915 but still had a fair copy. EQSL?
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6925.0 usb
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2010, 0610 UTC »
Wolverine Radio jussst barely audible here on 6925 USB since 0320z, heard George McCrae "Rock Your Baby", then faded out for several minutes.
0339z: Wolverine Radio ID
0347z: John Mayer "Waiting On The World To Change"
0350z: SSTV, Scottie 1, looks like test pattern, very weak and fuzzy
0352z: Second SSTV, Scottie 1, another test pattern, this one with CBC logo and Wolverine Radio logo visible through fuzz.  Will post later.

Only occasionally audible, very weak, long fades to inaudible.


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