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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Speaking QSO 6895 kHz LSB 1400 UTC 21 March 2017  (Read 502 times)

Offline R4002

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OM talking about the "traffico en la frecuencia" and saying hello to other operators on frequency this morning.  Primary (?) station is loudest, station he's talking to are barely readable.  Sounds like an impromptu net of some sort (similar to 6900 kHz LSB and 6905 kHz LSB).  Discussion of radio propagation conditions, how much traffic is on what frequencies, etc.  Sounds like freebanders to me.  Station ID as "43" and other numerical callsigns all reminds me of freeband CB-like communications.  All three of these frequencies (6895 kHz, 6900 kHz and 6905 kHz) are more or less the same amount of activity.  Stronger signals but heavy QRN this morning making listening difficult. 
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