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Author Topic: 6895 kHz LSB Busy Spanish Speaking Freebander Net 6 June 2017  (Read 450 times)

Offline R4002

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6.895 MHz LSB / 6895 kHz LSB 43 meter pirate two way bootleg Spanish language

Quickly tuned around the 6-7 MHz region starting at 0220 UTC.  6900 kHz LSB appears to be active, but it looks like 6895 LSB is the busy frequency for tonight.  Lots of Spanish language traffic going basically nonstop on this frequency.  Also hearing some Portuguese on 6888 kHz USB with heavy QRM from a MARS net or another net that's using a hybrid of SSB voice and data bursts.  Perhaps a MARS operator is having fun jamming the peskies?  
« Last Edit: June 06, 2017, 0244 UTC by R4002 »
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