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Amphetamine Radio 6925 USB 2330 UTC 12/13/16
« on: December 13, 2016, 2330 UTC »
2330- music  S1-2
2332- unid music OM vocals, sounds slowed down
2333- OM with Amphetamine Radio ID
2335- "How's It Gonna Be" Third Eye Blind
2339- Frank Zappa song
2342- "The Jack" AC/DC
2356- "Night Prowler" AC/DC
2359- OM with ID as "You're listening to Amphetamine Radio, sixty nine twenty five upper side band"
0000- "Uncle Albert" Paul McCartney
0005- song by Ozzy Osbourne
0010- CW then SSTV
0013- SSTV
0016- AR ID into "Cruel To Be Kind" Nick Lowe
0019- OM with AR ID into "Live and Let Die" Paul McCartney
0026- "Drive" The Cars
0030- CW then SSTV
0034- CW and SSTV
0036- ID, live time check
0037- Star Spangled Banner and off.

 Thanks for the broadcast AR!  8)
« Last Edit: December 14, 2016, 0038 UTC by JoeFLIPS »

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Re: UNID 6925 USB 2330 UTC 12/13/16
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2016, 2333 UTC »
2332 UTC unid kinda spooky music at just above the noise floor here, then a deep fade
2334 UTC Fade back up to S5 here with "How's It Going To Be"-Third Eye Blind
2338 UTC "Wowie Zowie"-Frank Zappa  ;D (Signal is varying widely)
2341 UTC "Jack"-AC/DC (Killer signal now at S9 peaks with moderate fades towards the noise)
2346 UTC CW followed by OM with "Amphetamine Radio" ID, into "The Distance"-Cake
2350 UTC "Roxanne" Police
2355 UTC "Night Prowler"-AC/DC
2359 UTC OM with ID, into "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey"-Paul McCartney
(Interesting prop this evening....sounds like the band can't decide whether to go long or not  ???)
0004 UTC OM with ID and frequency, into "Breaking All the Rules"-Ozzy Osbourne
0010 UTC CW
0012 UTC Scottie1 SSTV (A second SSTV but only partial copy here
0015 UTC "Cruel to be Kind"-Nick Lowe
0019 UTC OM with ID, into "Live and Let Die"-Paul McCartney
0023 UTC "Police On My Back"-The Clash
0026 UTC "Drive"-Cars
0034 UTC SSTV, OM with ID and "signing off", into Star Spangled Banner
« Last Edit: December 14, 2016, 0037 UTC by Skipmuck »
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Re: Amphetamine Radio 6925 USB 2330 UTC 12/13/16
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2016, 2344 UTC »
  6925 USB 2339 Z: Frank Zappa. Terrible QRM from co-frequency LSB peskies and loud
                              scraping/sizzle digital sounding QRM. SINPO: 2,2,3,2,2.
                 2342 Z: OM talking? or next song, AC/DC?
                 2346 Z: Weak CW message.
                 2347 Z: Signal up over QRN/QRM with music (don't know the song).
                 2350 - 2353 Z: The Police "Roxanne". SINPO: 2,3,3,2,2+. Halfway through Greyline now.
                 2354 Z: Sounds like amp being tuned up QRM....
                 2356 Z: Music being played.
                 2358 Z: AC/DC song being played, can tell by the guitar licks....
                 0000 Z: Music being played (can't ID the song).
                 0002 Z: Okay its Paul McCartney Uncle Albert.
                 0004 Z: Then Om with brief talking. Into Ozzie song.
                              Smoke break and back at 0014 Z to signal gone or off.
                              No ID heard here... Thanks though!  :o.
                 0019 Z: Very weak something, at imagination level.
                 0022 Z: A few tune up swooshes.
                 0030 - 0031 Z: Very faint CW (can't copy) and SSTV tones.
                 0032 Z: A blast of OTHR sounds.
                 0034 Z: Very weak CW (can't copy).
                 0035 Z: Very weak SSTV tones ???. Great pics caught by Joe F!
                 0040 Z: Nothing at all now... Thanks again AR  :o !
« Last Edit: December 14, 2016, 0041 UTC by Yankee Charlie »
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Re: Amphetamine Radio 6925 USB 2330 UTC 12/13/16
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2016, 0008 UTC »
Amphetamine Radio 6925 USB S1 in NY

0004: Amphetamine Radio 6925 USB I.D. into Ozzy
0010: CW then SSTV then CW then SSTV
0019: I.D. again then some spanish into "Live And Let Die"
0027: The Cars "Drive"
0030: CW then SSTV then CW then SSTV then voice I.D.
0036: Star Spangled Banner
0038: Off the air
« Last Edit: December 14, 2016, 0041 UTC by PirateSWL »
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Re: Amphetamine Radio 6925 USB 2330 UTC 12/13/16
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2016, 0022 UTC »
0021 extremely faint music audible at times.
0030 faint CW
0032 faint SSTV
« Last Edit: December 14, 2016, 0032 UTC by MDK2 »
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