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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Speaking QSO 6777.5 kHz / 6777.7 kHz USB 1500+ UTC 5 April 2017  (Read 534 times)

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Two Spanish-speaking OMs chatting away on another "offset frequency".  One of them seems a bit off frequency (perhaps 6777.7 kHz USB?) but the stronger of the two is on 6777.50 kHz USB.  Similar accents, signal strengths and operating practices to the stations usually heard a little higher in frequency.  Very informal chatter (as is the norm).  After listening for 10 minutes or so, no callsigns, ID, names or "handles" heard.  
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers