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Author Topic: Spanish Speaking YL and OM 6850 kHz LSB 0240+ UTC 7 June 2017  (Read 260 times)

Offline R4002

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Via Montana remote SDR / KiwiSDR. 

6850 kHz LSB / 6.850 kHz LSB

Hearing a QSO between a Spanish speaking YL (who has a CB-style roger beep at the end of her transmissions) and an OM (with a much weaker, barely readable signal) on 6850 kHz LSB.  The YL is speaking very fast and sounds sort of upset at the OM, who is speaking considerably slower.  At 0245 UTC, the OM's side of the QSO has completely faded away. 
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers