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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Speaking QSO 6900 kHz USB 1500+ UTC 5 April 2017  (Read 491 times)

Offline R4002

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Much weaker than usual Spanish language traffic on 6900 USB this morning with very heavy QSB.  Hearing one OM talk locally, checked a couple remote receivers and signal is better further in-land (the midwest US SDRs hearing the QSO much better than east coast US SDRs - and I'm on the east coast so that makes sense).

Similar to the many other logs I've made on 6900 kHz LSB and 6900 kHz USB.  I have a feeling these are some of the operators who use the mode switch as a way to escape QRM.
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers