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Fansome

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Captain Morgan 6925a
« on: August 21, 2010, 0104 UTC »
Captain Morgan 6925a 8/21/10 01:05 sio222, very weak and a lot of static, music that I can't name, "Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon", "You Really Got Me", deep fading at 01:11, soul music, id at 01:15, "Jumping Jack Flash", "Brown Sugar", id at abou 01:22, "Do You Know What I Mean"
« Last Edit: August 21, 2010, 0122 UTC by Fansome »

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S2 - S3 carrier at 6924.0
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2010, 0112 UTC »
0111z Found carrier at 6924.0 kHz or so, peaks to S2, even S3 at times.

Some pgm content can be heard as well.

0137z Carrier up to S2 at times (CW FIlter, 250 Hz BW), QRN peaks (static crashes) in AM mode over S7 however!

0154z Carrier peaks to S2 ...
« Last Edit: August 21, 2010, 0155 UTC by SW-J »
o Icom IC-756ProII, ProIII, Alinco DX-70, Kenwood TS-680s
o WinRadio G303e, Degen/Kaito 1103/DE1103, Stoddart NM-25
o 1/2 wave 80m Dipole used with several tuners
o Tuned loops from 2' thru 16' diam. capable of 160m thru 10m

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Re: Captain Morgan 6925a
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2010, 0119 UTC »
0119Z Not hearing him here in Minneapolis. 
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