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Author Topic: UNID Spanish Language 14909 kHz USB 1430 UTC 14 Sept 2017  (Read 380 times)

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UNID Spanish Language 14909 kHz USB 1430 UTC 14 Sept 2017
« on: September 14, 2017, 1439 UTC »
UNID two way voice communications
Date: 14-SEPT-2017
Time: 1430 UTC (log start and tune in time)
Frequency: 14909 kHz 14.909 MHz 14,909 kHz
Mode: USB
Language: Spanish
Presumed Users/Remarks:  Strong (SIO 444) Spanish language traffic heard starting at 1430 UTC (tuned from 14992 kHz at 1430 UTC).  Two OMs talking, both with quality audio and strong signals.  Rate both stations at SIO 444.  Clear frequency, no QRM.  Unfortunately, it looks like I missed the majority of the QSO...that, or it was a very short QSO and I just happened to catch it.

After listening to the Spanish language traffic on 14992 kHz USB, I came across another QSO in Spanish, however both these stations were much stronger than the stations that were on 14992 USB. 

1434 UTC - mentioning a fleet of boats
1435 UTC - counting from 1-25...then from 1-10..."Cali for you" "did you copy that?" "okay I copy clearly"
1438 UTC - nothing heard since 1435 UTC transmissions
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers