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Author Topic: 6771 kHz USB Spanish Language - Possible Phone Patch 0218 UTC 7 June 2017  (Read 294 times)

Offline R4002

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Old Time Radio is very weak on 6770 kHz AM right now but I am hearing what sounds like a telephone call (in Spanish) on 6771 USB.  It's only on the upper side - this frequency, along with nearby frequencies 6771.5 kHz and 6772.5 kHz have been logged in the past with phone patch traffic so I see it as a possibility.  I'm hearing an OM talking to what sounds like a YL.  Ute data QRM and OTR's signal on 6770 kHz is making copy (at 0218 UTC) basically impossible though.
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