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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Language 6767.7 kHz USB 0019 UTC 14 Sept 2017  (Read 273 times)

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UNID Spanish Language 6767.7 kHz USB 0019 UTC 14 Sept 2017
« on: September 14, 2017, 0024 UTC »
Frequency: 6767.7 kHz 6.7677 MHz
Language: Spanish
Presumed Source: UNID
Mode: USB

As Old Time Radio / OTR on 6770 kHz AM comes in stronger and stronger, I noticed some SSB QRM that didn't seem to go away.  Turns out there's two QSOs going on at once...both of them near 6770 kHz.  There's a Spanish language QSO going on on frequency 6767.6 kHz or 6767.7 kHz (its possible that one radio is on 6767.7 USB and the other on 6767.6 USB or I really can't tell the difference due to a combination of Spanish accents and extreme QRM from the Old Time Radio pirate now (0022 UTC) coming in nicely on 6770 kHz AM. 

All I can tell is it sounds like the "phone patch" traffic I've heard in the past on similar frequencies.  At 0024 UTC, OTR was coming in even stronger and my attempts to copy the two-way communications traffic on 6767.6 kHz USB or 6767.7 kHz USB were abandoned. 
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers