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Author Topic: 6900 kHz LSB Spanish Speaking Freebander Net 0200+ UTC 1 July 2017  (Read 341 times)

Offline R4002

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6.900 MHz LSB 6900 kHz LSB 6.900 LSB 6900 LSB Spanish language Spanish voices Spanish pirates 6900 LSB 30 June 2017 - 1 July 2017

These guys have probably been going since before 0000 UTC on 1 July, but since I first turned in at 0200 UTC, that's the time I'm putting.  Hearing several good-sounding stations having a roundtable QSO, pretty standard operating procedure for this frequency.  At 0208, one of the operator requested a change / QSY to "6 9 0 5" and he and another station moved up to 6905 kHz LSB and continued chatting.  This also matches up with the operating procedures previously heard, as 6900 kHz LSB is used as the "calling" or "primary" frequency, and then stations QSY, usually in 5 kHz steps, just like on 11 meters, for more long-winded or personal QSOs.

« Last Edit: July 01, 2017, 0705 UTC by R4002 »
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