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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Language 6905 kHz LSB 1500+ UTC 19 March 2017  (Read 530 times)

Offline R4002

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Hearing two-way communications in Spanish on 6905 LSB, sounds like two OMs talking.  One of them in quite long-winded.  Also heard a couple radio tests on this frequency.  SIO 222 at best (just above the noise floor at 1500 UTC).  At 1508 UTC, heard two stations talking over each other.  No callsigns/names/handles/identifiers heard so logging this as a pure UNID.

Conversation seems pretty informal.  Hearing one of the ops laughing at what the other op said.  Kind of early for these sort of logs (usually these guys don't show up until the afternoon/evening East Coast of USA time).

Given the proximity to 6900 kHz LSB and the fact that that seems to be the "standard" frequency for Spanish-speaking stations (as opposed to 6925 kHz LSB for Portuguese-speaking stations), I would venture a guess that these operators simply QSYed from 6900 LSB to 6905 LSB. 
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers