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Author Topic: Peskies / Pescadores / Freebanders Loggings 9 April 2017 2200++ UTC  (Read 450 times)

Offline R4002

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After 2200 UTC or so, the band started to wake up...rapidly.

6792 kHz LSB - Portuguese (considerably stronger than traffic heard on 6792 USB)
6792 kHz USB - Portuguese
6800 kHz USB - Spanish (weak)
6848 kHz LSB - Spanish
6850 kHz USB - Spanish [rather unfortunate frequnecy choice with WRMI being on 6855 kHz AM]
6858 kHz USB - Unknown language, likely Portuguese, but too weak to know for sure (at 2226 anyway)
6868 kHz USB - Portuguese, weak
6888 kHz USB - Spanish
6900 kHz LSB - Spanish - as usual for this frequency (and 6900 USB)...strong signals and busy frequency, freebanders or outbanders
6919 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6925 kHz LSB - Portuguese, our usual friends on 6925 LSB
6950 kHz USB - Spanish - sporadic signal
« Last Edit: April 09, 2017, 2245 UTC by R4002 »
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