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Author Topic: Peskies / Pescadores / Freebanders Loggings 14 April 2017 0000+ UTC  (Read 390 times)

Offline R4002

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Another list of frequencies instead of making a new thread for each logging.  I'll still continue making threads for unique/interesting catches.  Odd propagation this evening, WRMI 6855 kHz is nowhere to be found.  

6623 kHz LSB - Spanish
6639 kHz LSB - Spanish
6763 kHz USB - Spanish - very strong signal SIO 555.  Likely freebanders.  Talking about radio equipment, whistling into microphone, etc  
6770 kHz USB - Spanish, with minor QRM from OTR / Old Time Radio on 6770 kHz AM
6771.5 kHz USB - Spanish
6792 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6858 kHz LSB - Spanish
6883 kHz USB - Spanish, S9 level signal, OM doing radio checks
6892 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6905 kHz LSB - Spanish
6900 kHz LSB - Spanish - strong signals - common 43m freeband frequency with FSK utility QRM
6900 kHz USB - Spanish, much weaker than 6910 LSB and 6900 LSB
6910 kHz LSB - Spanish, very busy
6919 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6925 kHz LSB - Portuguese (of course  ;D)
6930 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6945 kHz LSB - Portuguese, weak
6950 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6960 kHz USB - Spanish, weak with lots of fading
6965 kHz LSB - Spanish - OM saying "Hola! Hola!" over and over again
6985 kHz USB - Spanish, interfering with MARS net on 6986.5 kHz USB
6995 kHz LSB - Unknown language (too weak to tell for sure, probably Spanish or Portuguese)
« Last Edit: April 14, 2017, 0122 UTC by R4002 »
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers