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6185 AM oddities
« on: May 29, 2010, 0945 UTC »
6185 kHz AM
0940z: Assuming this is Radio Amazonas, logged here before on this freq.  For past half hour hearing some odd, random vocalizations, sing-song nonsense, counting, repetitive chanting.  A bit of a departure from the usual jazz and other structured programming heard here before.
1002z: At top of hour, switched to more conventional programming, Spanish ID as Mexican station, presumably XEPPM Radio Educación.  Whatever it was between 0900-1000z, it was... interesting.
« Last Edit: May 29, 2010, 1015 UTC by Lex »
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