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Author Topic: Hola Hola Hola Radio Testing? 6920.4 kHz LSB 2310 UTC 26 June 2017  (Read 364 times)

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6.920.4 MHz 6.9204 MHz 6920.4 kHz Portuguese/Spanish speakers (switching languages, as a couple words of English have also been heard) freebanders pescadores etc - Seems like only one station right now. 

Sounds like somebody doing radio checks, OM keeps repeating "Hola hola 1..2...3...Hola! Hola!"

Possibly somebody trying out a new radio, frequency is 6920.4 kHz LSB, but it may be closer to 6920.37 kHz.  Hearing some off-frequency SSB QRM down in the noise underneath the transmissions on 6920.4 LSB

I logged into a remote SDR at 2317 UTC and tuned back in and am still able to hear only the OM saying "hola one two hola one two" and "what?"  Not exactly sure what I'm hearing here...
« Last Edit: June 26, 2017, 2319 UTC by R4002 »
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