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UNID 10024 kHz @ 0727 UTC 18 July 2016
« on: July 18, 2016, 0859 UTC »
Video with a snippet of audio: https://youtu.be/e6rt81_-HKs

The only reference to this frequency seems to be for HF air comms in South America (North West and South West sectors). I don't think I was hearing air comes from there since I wasn't hearing any other South American broadcasts — not even RN Amazonia on 11780 this evening.  As is evident in the video, the half of the conversation I could hear was quite strong.

The audio is a bit too boomy and muffled for me to make out but I bet some of you can decipher what's being said.  I hear numbers and what sounds like "American" at one point but beyond that, I'm at a loss.
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Re: UNID 10024 kHz @ 0727 UTC 18 July 2016
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2016, 0338 UTC »
This does sound like air comms to me.  Could you have been getting air traffic control somewhere? 
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Re: UNID 10024 kHz @ 0727 UTC 18 July 2016
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2016, 0438 UTC »
I sent the link to someone else who has better ears than me.  There was a reference to "squawk" and American, so it was definitely airline comms.  I just would have never expected to hear them so well on the South American frequencies.  The only frequencies I hear traffic on normally are New York and San Francisco.  I've heard what seemed to be Shanwick, Piarco and Santa Maria once or twice each.  But nothing else. 
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Re: UNID 10024 kHz @ 0727 UTC 18 July 2016
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2016, 1147 UTC »
Hi !

Itīs air traffic communication of "Cenamer Radio" Tegugicalpa. Difficult to understand but ID at 0:20 and 0:39 in video.

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Re: UNID 10024 kHz @ 0727 UTC 18 July 2016
« Reply #4 on: July 23, 2016, 2212 UTC »
Tegucigalpa!  OK.  That's really just across the Gulf of Mexico from me, ha ha.  I will definitely keep an eye on this frequency in the future to see if I can hear more here.
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