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Author Topic: 1810 kHz Beacon - CW Marker (Tropical wave band 160 meters band)  (Read 1134 times)

Offline Daniel Wyllyans

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1810 kHz Beacon - CW Marker (Tropical wave band 160 meters band), Unid CW received here 00:17 UTC 05 December 2016
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Re: 1810 kHz Beacon - CW Marker (Tropical wave band 160 meters band)
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2016, 1315 UTC »
This is not a Beacon or CW marker, this is ham radio operators, amateur radio operators, on the 160 meter band communicating in Morse code.  You will find this traffic regularly from 1800 to about 1830 kHz.

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