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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Language 6900 kHz LSB 0000 UTC 11 July 2017  (Read 352 times)

Offline R4002

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Spanish language freebander net 6900 kHz
Spanish voices 6.900 MHz LSB
Spanish speaking two way traffic 6900 kHz LSB

starting at around 0000 UTC on 11 July 2017

Hearing faint Spanish language traffic on the "home channel" for 43 meter freeband activity, 6900 kHz.  Noticed activity on several other frequencies at the same time, including 6915 kHz LSB, 6960 kHz LSB, and I have a feeling there are others I haven't come across yet.
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Re: UNID Spanish Language 6900 kHz LSB 0000 UTC 11 July 2017
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2017, 0025 UTC »
Tuned back in to 6900 kHz - 6.900 MHz - LSB mode this time (Yes, I know, I logged traffic on 6900 USB, but 6900 kHz USB is now quiet).

Tuned back in at 0023 UTC.  Hearing two or three stations (at least) talking about various things.  Seems to be another one of these "roundtable" ragchew like nets with the QSO being controlled by a net control station, even if its just an informal one.  Talking about conditions on other bands, specific mention of 11 meters being open earlier.  Haven't heard any names or locations in the past few minutes.  Minor summer season static crashes.  Somebody whistling into their mic at 0025 UTC. 
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers