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6928.5 kHz USB Spanish Language 1445 UTC + 25 Jan 2017
« on: January 25, 2017, 1453 UTC »
Informal Spanish language QSO on what I originally thought was a MARS net (judging by the frequency offset choice).  Very chatty, similar to the pescadore traffic heard later on in the day (usually on LSB).  Logging this since its earlier in the day, they're using USB, and its a "point-five" frequency choice instead of the usual 3/5 kHz steps observed by the pescadores and freebanders that hang around these bands. 

Either distortion or overmodulation on the signals making it a bit difficult to understand.  S4 or so signal levels.  Haven't listened to it enough to gather what they're talking about (with my somewhat limited Spanish comprehension skills).
« Last Edit: January 25, 2017, 1458 UTC by R4002 »
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