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6704.2 LSB Spanish QSO
« on: June 14, 2008, 1217 UTC »
6704.2 kHz LSB
1200 UTC, Saturday - Spanish language, sounds like informal QSO rather than Mexican military or police comms, whistling, several numbers mentioned (all series of single digits "quatro, ocho, dos," etc.), possibly related to maritime positions not codes.  Hearing at least three men, one said "OK, OK, sabe..." another said "...caliente..."

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