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Offline Kilokat7

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UNID 1270 Spanish ID
« on: November 05, 2016, 0051 UTC »
Can anyone ID the Spanish station under the dominant domestic?  Colombia, Venezuala, etc. were coming in strong during the same time.  Possible ID in this clip:

1270_Khz_UNID_28OC16_0157_UTC.mp3
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Re: UNID 1270 Spanish ID
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2016, 1243 UTC »
at 0:08 "...en La Cariņosa"
HJAR La Cariņosa, Cartagena, Colombia.

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Re: UNID 1270 Spanish ID
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2016, 0042 UTC »
Patrick, many thanks for listening to this clip and picking out the ID.  That's a new one for the logbook and has to be the lowest powered Colombian I've heard here (WRTH lists HJAR at just 2kw).  I'm blown away - thank you again!!
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