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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Language 6933 kHz LSB 0100 UTC 23 August 2017  (Read 359 times)

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Frequency:  6933 kHz 6.933 MHz
Mode: LSB
Language: Spanish

Similar to the traffic heard on 6930 kHz LSB, hearing two operators having a casual ham radio like QSO, ragchewing, in other words.  Only two stations heard on this frequency as well.  At 0101 UTC, a third station "broke in" the QSO and signal reports were given, then the usual discussion about operating conditions and radio equipment.  Sounds like radio amateurs or freebanders (or radio amateurs operating out of band)  Sounds like the Spanish speaking freebanders often heard on 6900 kHz and other frequencies.    Heavy radar buzz QRM making copy very very difficult.  OTH radar QRM obliterating signals by 0102 UTC.
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers