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Offline ka1iic

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unkn 25057 khz AM 1600 utc 03/10/2016
« on: March 10, 2016, 1658 UTC »
unkn 25057 khz AM 1600 utc 03/10/2016

Sound clip here:

http://www117.zippyshare.com/v/595x430Y/file.html

I recorded this in the AM mode because more of the sound could be heard in that mode but I suspect it isn't really AM.  In the USB mode it sounded more like a fast tick tick sound.

The signal was quite strong with occasional fading but it never dropped any wheres near the noise level.  Any ides?

BTW  Some of the sounds I have been hearing that sound like OTHR but remain on one frequency remind me of the sound of an MRI machine.  I know all too well the sound of an MRI and I will be getting a refresher course in about a weeks time <sigh>

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