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Offline cheesehed

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11460 6-23
« on: June 23, 2016, 0518 UTC »
0503 UTC Female Numbers in Spanish
0511  Jammer interspersed with the announcer, but mostly the jammer!
Strong signal

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Re: 11460 6-23
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2016, 1524 UTC »
Most likely HM01 which is actually at 11462 at that time. Do you have a recording? I'm interested in if you were hearing jamming, or if it was the sound of the RDFT that occurs scores of times during a broadcast, or static from being slightly off frequency.

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