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Author Topic: XPA2, 14828 USB, 03 NOV 2017, 1440 UTC  (Read 903 times)

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XPA2, 14828 USB, 03 NOV 2017, 1440 UTC
« on: November 03, 2017, 1445 UTC »
Very good signal copied in Colorado. The earlier transmission at 1400 (17462 USB) wasn't heard at all, while the 1420 transmission (16114 USB) was heard, but weak. Null message sent.

05012 00001 00000 10140
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