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Author Topic: wideband "noise" ~6200 - 7200 kHz ~2155 11jul16  (Read 1831 times)

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wideband "noise" ~6200 - 7200 kHz ~2155 11jul16
« on: June 11, 2016, 2252 UTC »
I usually leave the SDR on 6925 kHz if I'm not using it for anything else That was the case this afternoon as I was monitoring the
50, 144, and 432 mHz ham bands when I looked over at the monitor and saw this pattern. Since VHF was dead at the time, I
searched around a bit and I could see the signal(?) ~6200 - 7200 kHz. I could hear a buzz whenever it was in the detector passband
(AM or FM). The signal, or whatever, appears to be gone at this time - 2240. Rcvr is RFSpace SDR-IQ. Sorry, the video file is way too
large to post...
Thanks, Paul 
SDR-IQ / IC-R70 / IC-735 / FT-817ND / FT-991A, RSPduo,5 band vertical
Near Music City, TN

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Re: wideband "noise" ~6200 - 7200 kHz ~2155 11jul16
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2016, 0100 UTC »
An audio recording or a screen shot would go a long way towards identification.  Other than that your description is far to vague for me to hazard a guess.

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