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Author Topic: brazilian/portuguese net 6919 trolled by EE OM 2253 UTC February 22, 2017  (Read 732 times)

Offline aquabat

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3 or 4, maybe 5 guys conversating, then some troll comes in and runs them off. I didnt catch an id, but I think its  "276 worldwide"  from the first post in this subboard. how rude. I was trying to collect info on the operators. now its ruined.
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276 worldwide just called me out on 6919, make me famous, how about a qsl card?
sdr with horizontal loop antenna, 20 feet up, 250 feet all around. wellbroke loop for amdx and tropdx, very very lucky reception.

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Hehe I heard him call to you as well!  Now I want a QSL also  ;D
Chris Smolinski
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I posted the recording of him first, I want a QSL card !
Brian D. - PirateSWL
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