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Author Topic: 6905 kHz LSB Spanish Speaking Freebander "Ragchew" Net 0000 UTC+ 24 April 2017  (Read 482 times)

Offline R4002

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Similar to traffic heard on 6900 LSB, 6950 USB, and several other frequencies.

Signal reports and general chatter.  OM complimenting other operator for a very "rich" signal (literal translation).  Enrique, Carlos in Matamoros, Semprano in Tejas (Texas), Julio and other stations talking.  Likely same group heard on 6900 kHz LSB.  Similar "net-like" traffic net QSO roundtable ragchew fashion

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At 0327 UTC, I tuned from 6900 LSB back up to 6905 LSB and started listing to this net:

Very similar format to net on primary frequency (6900 LSB)
« Last Edit: April 24, 2017, 0328 UTC by R4002 »
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Interesting that these stations gave their QTHs. It really does sound like the 43m version of 11m freebanders, with general QSOs.
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